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{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=no|Professor Kodama|Quagsire|{{water color}}|Kodama's Quagsire.png|{{p|Quagsire}} is one of Professor Kodama's assistant Pokémon, however it seemed to have an intense dislike of Professor Kodama's other assistant, a Magnemite, a dislike that was more than mutual and as a result the two Pokémon were always arguing and would occasionally attack each other. After Professor Kodama created the machine that was designed to make [[electric-type|electric]] and [[water-type]] Pokémon inseperable, Quagsire and Magnemite were still constantly fighting as it emerged that as Quagsire was part [[ground-type]] it was immune to the machine's. Despite this, Quagsire and Magnemite were able to put their problems behind them to team up and help defeat [[Team Rocket]].
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{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=no|Professor Kodama|Quagsire|{{water color}}|Kodama's Quagsire.png|{{p|Quagsire}} is one of Professor Kodama's assistant Pokémon, however it seemed to have an intense dislike of Professor Kodama's other assistant, a Magnemite, a dislike that was more than mutual and as a result the two Pokémon were always arguing and would occasionally attack each other. After Professor Kodama created the machine that was designed to make [[electric-type|Electric]] and [[Water-type]] Pokémon inseperable, Quagsire and Magnemite were still constantly fighting as it emerged that as Quagsire was part [[Ground-type]] it was immune to the machine's. Despite this, Quagsire and Magnemite were able to put their problems behind them to team up and help defeat [[Team Rocket]].
   
 
Quagsire's only known attack is {{m|Water Gun}}.
 
Quagsire's only known attack is {{m|Water Gun}}.
 
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{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no|Professor Kodama|Magnemite|{{electric color}}|Kodama's Magnemite.png|{{p|Magnemite}} was Professor Kodama's other assistant and returned the hatred that Quagsire felt for it. Magnemite was also immune to the machine Professor Kodama developed due to being part [[steel-type]]. Despite this, it was able to team up with Quagsire to defeat Team Rocket which help resolve some of their issues with each other.
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{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no|Professor Kodama|Magnemite|{{electric color}}|Kodama's Magnemite.png|{{p|Magnemite}} was Professor Kodama's other assistant and returned the hatred that Quagsire felt for it. Magnemite was also immune to the machine Professor Kodama developed due to being part [[Steel-type]]. Despite this, it was able to team up with Quagsire to defeat Team Rocket which help resolve some of their issues with each other.
   
 
Magnemite's only known attack is {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
Magnemite's only known attack is {{m|Thunderbolt}}.

Revision as of 15:25, 7 November 2009

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Professor Kodama

Professor Kodama (Japanese: コダマ博士 Doctor Kodama) is the character of the day in DP149. He is voiced by 柴田秀勝 Hidekatsu Shibata in Japanese.

Kodama had created a machine that made Template:Type2 Pokémon and Template:Type2 Pokémon become inseparable. Two of the Pokémon affected were Ash's Pikachu and Dawn's Piplup. However, his Quagsire and Magnemite seemed to despise each other when the machine was turned on.

He had hired Team Rocket to help him work on the machine. They eventually decided to steal it along with Pikachu and Piplup. Professor Kodama attempted to stop them and managed to turn off the machine. This allowed his Quagsire and Magnemite to help him. It also allowed Pikachu and Piplup to come back to their senses and send Team Rocket blasting off.

Brock explained to Professor Kodama that perhaps the machine had the opposite effect on Magnemite and Quagsire because they were dual-typed Pokémon, with Quagsire's secondary type being Ground and Magnemite's secondary type being Steel.

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