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Ursaring was again seen in ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'' where Paul used it to save Chimchar from [[Team Rocket]]. It next appeared in ''[[DP052|Glory Blaze]]'' where Paul used it in training Chimchar.
 
Ursaring was again seen in ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'' where Paul used it to save Chimchar from [[Team Rocket]]. It next appeared in ''[[DP052|Glory Blaze]]'' where Paul used it in training Chimchar.
   
Its latest appearance was in ''[[DP081|Chim - Charred!]]'' where it was used in a battle against [[Ash's Chimchar]]. With its brute strength and power, it almost defeated {{AP|Chimchar}} but after Chimchar lost control of its ability, {{a|Blaze}}, it defeated Ursaring.
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Its was next used in ''[[DP081|Chim - Charred!]]'' where it was used in a battle against [[Ash's Chimchar]]. With its brute strength and power, it almost defeated {{AP|Chimchar}} but after Chimchar lost control of its ability, {{a|Blaze}}, it defeated Ursaring.
   
 
It was used against [[Brandon's Regice]] in [[DP128]]. It attacks Ursaring with {{m|Zap Cannon}} which stuns it. {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}} eventually recalls Regice and sends {{TP|Brandon|Regirock}}. Paul gives up on Ursaring and doesn't command it to attack. It then gets knocked out by Regirock's {{m|Stone Edge}}.
 
It was used against [[Brandon's Regice]] in [[DP128]]. It attacks Ursaring with {{m|Zap Cannon}} which stuns it. {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}} eventually recalls Regice and sends {{TP|Brandon|Regirock}}. Paul gives up on Ursaring and doesn't command it to attack. It then gets knocked out by Regirock's {{m|Stone Edge}}.

Revision as of 02:53, 19 June 2009

Paul's Ursaring
シンジのリングマ Shinji's Ringuma
Poké Ball
Paul Ursaring.png
Paul's Ursaring
Debuts in Different Strokes for Different Blokes
Caught at Bewilder Forest
Gender Unknown
Ability Guts
Current location With Paul
Ursaring
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Ursaring Kenta Miyake

Paul's Ursaring (Japanese: シンジのリングマ Shinji's Ringuma) is the fifth Pokémon that was shown to be owned by Paul. He captured it in Different Strokes for Different Blokes. Ursaring is voiced by Kenta Miyake in both Japanese and English.

Ash and his friends had gotten lost in Bewilder Forest in Different Strokes for Different Blokes. While looking for a way out, they encountered an angry Ursaring, which started chasing them. After getting out of the forest, the group encountered Paul. Using his Chimchar, Paul weakened Ursaring and captured it. After using his Pokédex to scan its attacks, Paul decided to keep it.

Ursaring was again seen in Top-Down Training! where Paul used it to save Chimchar from Team Rocket. It next appeared in Glory Blaze where Paul used it in training Chimchar.

Its was next used in Chim - Charred! where it was used in a battle against Ash's Chimchar. With its brute strength and power, it almost defeated Chimchar but after Chimchar lost control of its ability, Blaze, it defeated Ursaring.

It was used against Brandon's Regice in DP128. It attacks Ursaring with Zap Cannon which stuns it. Brandon eventually recalls Regice and sends Regirock. Paul gives up on Ursaring and doesn't command it to attack. It then gets knocked out by Regirock's Stone Edge.

In DP132 it was used in the full battle Paul and Ash had. It easily defeated Ash's Buizel and Staraptor. During the battle with Pikachu, it activated its Guts ability to gain extra power and defeated it. It was eventually brought down by Chimchar.

Moves used

Using Focus Blast Move First Used In
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Hyper Beam Different Strokes for Different Blokes!
Hammer Arm Glory Blaze!
Focus Blast Glory Blaze!
Secret Power Chim-Charred!
Bulk Up DP132
Slash DP132
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.


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