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* {{Ash}} begins his journey as a Pokémon Trainer with the goal of being a [[Pokémon Master]]. His starter is {{AP|Pikachu}}. ([[EP001]])
 
* {{Ash}} begins his journey as a Pokémon Trainer with the goal of being a [[Pokémon Master]]. His starter is {{AP|Pikachu}}. ([[EP001]])
 
* {{Gary}} also begins his journey, with {{TP|Gary|Squirtle}} as his starter. ([[EP001]])
 
* {{Gary}} also begins his journey, with {{TP|Gary|Squirtle}} as his starter. ([[EP001]])
* {{an|Misty}} follows Ash after the latter "borrows" and destroys her bike, demanding repayment. ([[EP001]])
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* [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}} follow Ash after his Pikachu demonstrates considerably advanced power for a Pokémon of its species. ([[EP002]])
 
* [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}} follow Ash after his Pikachu demonstrates considerably advanced power for a Pokémon of its species. ([[EP002]])
 
* {{an|Brock}} joins the group after {{ka|Flint|his father}} returns to become the [[Pewter City]] Gym Leader. ([[EP005]])
 
* {{an|Brock}} joins the group after {{ka|Flint|his father}} returns to become the [[Pewter City]] Gym Leader. ([[EP005]])

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Pokémon: Indigo League
Season 1
Season1 logo.png
Logo for the season
Opening Pokémon Theme
Episodes 81 (3 skipped)
(EP001 - EP081)
Region Kanto
Series Original series
Preceded by None
Followed by Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands

Pokémon: Indigo League (known at the time it was first aired simply as Pokémon) is the first dubbed season of the Pokémon anime. The season follows rookie Pokémon Trainer Ash Ketchum, his Pikachu, and his friends Misty and Brock as they travel across the Kanto region. The subtitle "Indigo League" is not used within the episodes, but was later added by the DVD boxed sets to distinguish it from the later seasons.

In Canada, the series was picked up by YTV. In the United States, the first forty episodes (excluding three) aired in syndication in 1998, with the rest of the forty episodes were ran and picked up by Kids' WB! starting with The Problem with Paras in 1999. The season began with Pokémon, I Choose You!, which originally aired on September 8, 1998, and ended with Pallet Party Panic, which originally aired on December 4, 1999.

This season was then followed by the Orange Islands arc, which was created to allow time for the development of Pokémon Gold and Silver, and when dubbed, served the same purpose for the translation of the aforementioned games.

See the list of Pokémon: Indigo League episodes for a list of episodes aired as part of this season.

Important events

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Party changes

Additions

The following Pokémon are obtained:

Evolutions

The following Pokémon evolve:

Releases

The following Pokémon are released:

Other

Gym battles

Ash defeats the following Gym Leaders:

Home video releases

North American home video releases

Main article: List of English language Indigo League home video releases (Region 1)

Australian home video releases

Main article: List of English language Indigo League home video releases (Region 4)

Trivia

  • With 80 episodes, this is the longest season of the dub yet.
    • If Japanese episodes are taken into account, this season would be 82 episodes long. EP035 and EP038 were banned outside of Japan. Also, Beauty and the Beach was initially banned but re-aired after heavy editing as a "lost episode" during Pokémon: The Johto Journeys. It was never aired again nor was it included in DVD release.
    • Holiday Hi-Jynx and Snow Way Out! are considered episodes of the season but are considered special episodes in Japan.

References


In other languages



Original series: Indigo LeagueAdventures in the Orange Islands
The Johto JourneysJohto League ChampionsMaster Quest
Advanced Generation series: AdvancedAdvanced ChallengeAdvanced BattleBattle Frontier
Diamond & Pearl series: Diamond and PearlBattle Dimension
Galactic BattlesSinnoh League Victors
Best Wishes series: Black & WhiteRival DestiniesAdventures in Unova
XY series: Pokémon the Series: XYKalos Quest

Project Anime logo.png This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.