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Ash, Duplica and the others then turned up at Team Rocket's hiding place, where they were confronted by identical Meowths. Team Rocket tried to pass off {{MTR}} as Ditto whilst they escaped, but Duplica could tell the difference despite the transformation. Duplica threw Meowth at Team Rocket, causing Ditto to fall free. It transformed into a cannon and blasted Pikachu at the balloon, who caused Team Rocket to blast off. Now that Ditto could transform perfectly, Duplica reopened her theater for performances.
 
Ash, Duplica and the others then turned up at Team Rocket's hiding place, where they were confronted by identical Meowths. Team Rocket tried to pass off {{MTR}} as Ditto whilst they escaped, but Duplica could tell the difference despite the transformation. Duplica threw Meowth at Team Rocket, causing Ditto to fall free. It transformed into a cannon and blasted Pikachu at the balloon, who caused Team Rocket to blast off. Now that Ditto could transform perfectly, Duplica reopened her theater for performances.
   
Ditto made another appearance in ''[[EP174|Imitation Confrontation]]'', disguised as a {{p|Chansey}}. Once {{an|Brock}} caught Duplica out for impersonating [[Nurse Joy]], Duplica revealed herself and told the group that they were there for an acting competition. Once Duplica's new Ditto, Mini-Dit, was stolen, Ditto transformed into {{p|Noctowl}} to help search, but to no avail. When the group did discover Team Rocket, Ditto transformed into {{TP|Jessie|Arbok}} and used {{m|Wrap}} to keep Weezing out of the battle. It then transformed back into Pikachu and teamed up with Ash's Pikachu and Mini-Dit in the form of Pikachu to send Team Rocket blasting off with {{p|Thunder}}.
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Ditto made another appearance in ''[[EP174|Imitation Confrontation]]'', disguised as a {{p|Chansey}}. Once {{an|Brock}} caught Duplica out for impersonating [[Nurse Joy]], Duplica revealed herself and told the group that they were there for an acting competition. Once Duplica's new Ditto, Mini-Dit, was stolen, Ditto transformed into {{p|Noctowl}} to help search, but to no avail. When the group did discover Team Rocket, Ditto transformed into {{TP|Jessie|Arbok}} and used {{m|Wrap}} to keep Weezing out of the battle. It then transformed back into Pikachu and teamed up with Ash's Pikachu and Mini-Dit in the form of Pikachu to send Team Rocket blasting off with {{m|Thunder}}.
   
 
Ditto made a cameo appearance along with Duplica in Ditto in ''[[The Rivals]]'' and ''[[Pokémon World]]'', as one of the titular rivals and their Pokémon.
 
Ditto made a cameo appearance along with Duplica in Ditto in ''[[The Rivals]]'' and ''[[Pokémon World]]'', as one of the titular rivals and their Pokémon.

Revision as of 00:06, 4 January 2012

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Reason: an image of its four transformations from Pokémon Zany Cards, and an image of the Clefairy Ditto from the Game Corner.

Not to be confused with Duplica's second Ditto, Mini-Dit.
Duplica's Ditto
イミテのメタモン Imite's Metamon
Poké Ball
Duplica Ditto.png
Duplica's Ditto
Debuts in Ditto's Mysterious Mansion
Caught at Kanto
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Duplica
Ditto
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Ditto Kotono Mitsuishi Rachael Lillis

Duplica's Ditto (Japanese: イミテメタモン Imite's Metamon) is Duplica's main Pokémon.

In the anime

Duplica's Ditto first appeared in Ditto's Mysterious Mansion, in the former of a Pikachu and playing with Ash's. However, its face was different to other Pikachu, leading the others to believe that it was a new species. Excited, Ash tried to capture it, but Duplica revealed herself and that her Pokémon was in fact a Ditto. Ash doubed Ditto's ability in battle, but accepted Duplica's challenge. Ditto easily defeated Ash's Bulbasaur using Vine Whip.

Duplica revealed that unlike most Ditto, it could not change its face when it transformed into other Pokémon, which was holding them back from becoming famous, as the Ditto face disappoints her audience. Team Rocket promptly decided to steal Ditto, coax it into the shape of a Dratini and present it to Giovanni as a gift. With help from Weezing, they succeeded in stealing Ditto. However, Ditto was incapable to meet their demands, transforming into a mutation between a man and a Dratini, then into a book instead of the Dratini pictured. When forced to turn into a Meowth, Ditto was so intimidated that it rubs its face and transforms correctly.

Ash, Duplica and the others then turned up at Team Rocket's hiding place, where they were confronted by identical Meowths. Team Rocket tried to pass off Meowth as Ditto whilst they escaped, but Duplica could tell the difference despite the transformation. Duplica threw Meowth at Team Rocket, causing Ditto to fall free. It transformed into a cannon and blasted Pikachu at the balloon, who caused Team Rocket to blast off. Now that Ditto could transform perfectly, Duplica reopened her theater for performances.

Ditto made another appearance in Imitation Confrontation, disguised as a Chansey. Once Brock caught Duplica out for impersonating Nurse Joy, Duplica revealed herself and told the group that they were there for an acting competition. Once Duplica's new Ditto, Mini-Dit, was stolen, Ditto transformed into Noctowl to help search, but to no avail. When the group did discover Team Rocket, Ditto transformed into Arbok and used Wrap to keep Weezing out of the battle. It then transformed back into Pikachu and teamed up with Ash's Pikachu and Mini-Dit in the form of Pikachu to send Team Rocket blasting off with Thunder.

Ditto made a cameo appearance along with Duplica in Ditto in The Rivals and Pokémon World, as one of the titular rivals and their Pokémon.

Moves used

Duplica Ditto Machoke.png
Using Transform
Move First Used In
Transform Ditto's Mysterious Mansion
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Moves used via Transform

Duplica Ditto Transform Selfdestruct.png
Using Selfdestruct
as a Voltorb
Move First Used In
Vine Whip Ditto's Mysterious Mansion
Thundershock Ditto's Mysterious Mansion
Selfdestruct Ditto's Mysterious Mansion
Tackle × Imitation Confrontation
Thunder Imitation Confrontation
Wrap Imitation Confrontation
An × shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

File:Pokémon Zany Cards Special Seven Ditto.jpg
Duplica's Ditto in Pokémon Zany Cards

Pokémon Zany Cards

Duplica's Ditto appears in Pokémon Zany Cards, as a card in Special Seven mode. Playing this card changes the suit of the card to the player's choice.

When Ditto is used by Duplica, she will make a comment that she would not make when using any other card.

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Ditto in The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Ditto appears in The Electric Tale of Pikachu as the Pokémon of Duplica. Duplica used Ditto and its ability to transform to perform in a show in a Pokémon Center. After the show, Misty congratulates them on their great performance. Misty also showed extreme interest in catching a Ditto despite her being a Template:Type2 Trainer, much Ditto's nervousness.

While Ash, Brock, A.J., and the Samurai talk about a hidden village they plan on going to, Misty and Duplica go over to tell them that they intend on going out so Misty can catch a Ditto of her own. When Ash mocks her for wanting a Ditto, Misty has Ditto transform into a poor imitation of Ash so she can beat him up while acting like she has no idea which is which.

Moves used

Duplica Ditto Transform Machoke EToP.png
Using Transform
Move First Used In
Transform Pikachu's Excellent Adventure
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Trivia

  • Ditto's habit of not transforming its face was originally presented as an anomaly. However, likely due to the popularity of the anime, it became ascossiated as a feature of the Ditto species as a whole. Other Ditto with this trait have been seen in other media:

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Ditto.

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