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List of Pokémon temporarily owned by the Team Rocket trio

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Several Pokémon have been temporarily owned by the Team Rocket trio in the Pokémon anime.

Pokémon temporarily owned by James

James's second Weepinbell

James's second Victreebel
Weepinbell → Victreebel
In the episode Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid, James was forced into trading his old Victreebel for a Weepinbell by Jessie and Meowth after the Magikarp salesman cons them by saying they can use its Sweet Scent to capture Pokémon.

Later in the episode, this Weepinbell evolves into Victreebel (incorrectly without a Leaf Stone), and it tries to gobble Jessie (much like the previous Victreebel did with James). This causes her to command her Arbok to send the Flycatcher Pokémon flying. At the same time, the Magikarp salesman realizes that James's original Victreebel does not obey him, and he kicks it away. The two Victreebel later meet, fall in love, and skip off into the forest.

Victreebel's known moves are Sweet Scent, Razor Leaf, and Vine Whip.

Debut Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid
Voice actors
Japanese Kōichi Sakaguchi
English Eric Stuart
James's Hoppip
Hoppip
James bought Hoppip from the Magikarp salesman in Who's Flying Now?. It was painted to look like a Chimecho, which James had wanted since he was a child. James recognized the salesman, but he was able to convince James that he had turned over a new leaf and is now an honest person. Believing him, James bought the Hoppip in disguise.

When he showed it to Jessie and Meowth, they were less than impressed with the Chimecho. Meowth immediately realized it was a fake, and when it started falling apart, James rubbed it with a rag. All the paint came off, and the Chimecho was revealed to be a fake. Before James could attempt to capture it, the Hoppip floated away, never to be seen again.

None of Hoppip's moves are known.

Debut Who's Flying Now?
Voice actors
Japanese
English Kayzie Rogers

Controlled only

James's Pikachu
Pikachu
Pikachu is one of the Pokémon owned by the Pokémon League entrance exam instructor. Its appearance was during the final portion of the exam.

James sent it out to battle the instructor's Graveler, at which James was overjoyed, exclaiming that he had been destroyed by Ash's Pikachu's attacks so many times that he knew them all by heart. However, Pikachu's Thunderbolt had no effect on the Graveler, at which James sent out Ivysaur and Charizard, and subsequently was expelled on the spot. He later used Pikachu to attack the instructor with Thunder, but the instructor told Ivysaur, Charizard, and Pikachu to attack Team Rocket instead.

Pikachu's known moves are Thunderbolt and Thunder.

Debut The Ultimate Test
James's Ivysaur
Ivysaur
Ivysaur is one of the Pokémon owned by the Pokémon League entrance exam instructor. Its appearance was during the final portion of the exam.

James sent it out along with Charizard to battle the instructor's Graveler. However, since two against one was against the rules, James was expelled on the spot. He later used Ivysaur to attack the instructor, but the instructor told Ivysaur, Charizard, and Pikachu to attack Team Rocket instead.

Ivysaur's only known move is Vine Whip.

Debut The Ultimate Test
Voice actors
Japanese
English Tara Jayne
James's Charizard
Charizard
Charizard is one of the Pokémon owned by the Pokémon League entrance exam instructor. Its appearance was during the final portion of the exam.

James sent it out along with Ivysaur to battle the instructor's Graveler. However, since two against one was against the rules, James was expelled on the spot. He later used Charizard to attack the instructor, but the instructor told Ivysaur, Charizard, and Pikachu to attack Team Rocket instead.

Charizard's only known move is Flamethrower.

Debut The Ultimate Test
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Shin'ichirō Miki
James's Venusaur
Venusaur
In the episode One Trick Phony!, Jessie and James use the final forms of the three Kanto starter Pokémon, belonging to the Battle Park. This Pokémon was used by James to battle against Ash's Cyndaquil. The team had it taken away shortly before being blasted off.

Venusaur's known moves are Razor Leaf, Tackle, Vine Whip, and Solar Beam.

Debut One Trick Phony!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Eric Stuart
James's Aggron
Aggron
In Grating Spaces!, Delibird gave Jessie and James two Poké Balls containing a Charizard and an Aggron. Excited at having two strong Pokémon, they decided to use them to attack the Pewter Gym and steal the Poké Balls in the Gym. When they entered, they challenged Brock and Ash to a Double Battle.

Using their Donphan and Steelix, the two friends tried to defeat Team Rocket's newly acquired Pokémon. However, the Aggron and Charizard were stronger and gained an early advantage. The battle was ended when Max discovered that the two Trainers were indeed Team Rocket in disguise. With the help of Forrest, Team Rocket were sent blasting off and Pewter Gym was safe.

At the end of the day, Delibird returned and took the two Pokémon back, as the Charizard and Aggron were originally intended for Cassidy and Butch, respectively. Before Team Rocket could question what it was doing, it was gone, and Aggron and Charizard haven't been seen since.

Aggron's known moves are Mega Punch, Hyper Beam and Water Pulse.

Debut Grating Spaces!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Billy Beach
Borrowed from Jessie
Jessie's Dustox
Dustox
Main article: Jessie's Dustox

James borrowed Jessie's Dustox for a PokéRinger Contest in Crossgate Town. She was able to defeat May's Beautifly, Shane's Swablu and many other opponents, sending her and James to the finals where it went up against Ash's Taillow. Although Dustox was able to get an early lead, Ash's Taillow evolved into Swellow and was able to defeat them, winning the competition.

Debut That's Just Swellow
Voice actors
Japanese Chinami Nishimura
English Amy Birnbaum
Jessie's Yanmega
Yanmega
Main article: Jessie's Yanmega

James borrowed Jessie's Yanmega for a PokéRinger Contest in Squallville. During the Contest, she lost to Steveland's Skiploom, eliminating James out of the competition.

Debut Pursuing a Lofty Goal!
Voice actors
Japanese Kiyotaka Furushima
English Kiyotaka Furushima

Pokémon temporarily owned by Jessie

Jessie's Shellder

Jessie's Shellder
Shellder
Shellder's only appearance was in The Evolution Solution. Giovanni had ordered Jessie and James to dig for clams on the beach of Seafoam Islands. James hit something with his shovel, and yanked it out of the ground, revealing it to be a Shellder. James sent out his Weezing to battle it. Shellder hit hard with Ice Beam, while Weezing knocked it out with Haze. James was going to throw a Poké Ball at it, but Jessie beat him to it, capturing Shellder. James complained about this, as it was his Weezing that weakened the Shellder. Later on, Jessie and James attempted to steal all the Pokémon at Professor Westwood V's lab, but found that all he had was a Slowpoke. In the hopes that a Slowbro would prove more valuable to Giovanni, Jessie sent out Shellder and ordered it to clamp down on Slowpoke's tail. However, Westwood's Slowpoke avoided the Shellder with a truly surprising amount of speed. After some misdirected Clamps (including Psyduck's head and tail, the former enabling Psyduck to remove the Bivalve Pokémon with Confusion), Shellder finally clamped down on Slowpoke's tail, causing it to evolve into Slowbro. Team Rocket tried to steal it, but Slowbro sent them blasting off with Mega Punch (after using Amnesia to temporarily forget it). After this episode, neither Shellder nor the Slowbro were seen again.

Shellder's known moves are Ice Beam and Clamp.

Debut The Evolution Solution
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Michael Haigney
Jessie's Magikarp
Magikarp
Magikarp's only appearance came in Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend. After stealing Spoink's pearl, Team Rocket came across the Magikarp salesman who convinced Jessie to trade the pearl for what he claimed to be a Feebas. Jessie was reluctant at first until the salesman explained to her that Feebas evolve into Milotic, after which Jessie eagerly made the trade, despite the protests of James and Meowth.

Later, Team Rocket was seen at a lake letting Jessie's "Feebas" swim around in a stream. The paint started to run, and soon it was revealed that the Feebas was actually a Magikarp. This discovery infuriated Jessie, and Team Rocket sought out the salesman to demand a refund. When they found the salesman, Ash and his friends were already there. A battle between Cacnea and Dustox against Pikachu and Spoink ensued, during which the salesman escaped, and Magikarp was completely lost track of. Team Rocket was defeated in the end and the pearl was returned to Spoink. The Magikarp has never been seen again so it is believed Jessie never had time to capture it.

None of Magikarp's moves are known.

Debut Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Maddie Blaustein

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Giant's Hitmonlee
Hitmonlee
Hitmonlee is a Pokémon that belongs to a man known only as "Giant", and is his only known Pokémon. It was seen walking with Giant before Jessie tied him up and used Hitmonlee during the tournament. Hitmonlee's first match in the tournament was against Brock's Geodude, but due to it taking a lot of damage, Brock threw in the towel. Hitmonlee later defeated a Machoke and Anthony's Hitmonchan, though unfairly. Hitmonlee, however, got defeated by Primeape under Ash's and Anthony's guidance. It is unknown if Hitmonlee was returned to Giant.

Hitmonlee's known moves is Mega Kick* or Hi Jump Kick*.

Debut The Punchy Pokémon
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michael Haigney
Giovanni's Kingler
Kingler
Giovanni loaned his Kingler to Jessie as he leaves for an important mission. She used it in her Gym battle against Ash. She used it to battle against Ash's Bulbasaur, but lost.

Kingler's known moves are Crabhammer, Harden, and Bubble.

Debut The Battle of the Badge
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
English Rikako Aikawa
Giovanni's Machamp
Machamp
Giovanni loaned his Machamp to Jessie as he leaves for an important mission. She used it in her Gym battle against Ash. It battled against Ash's Squirtle, but lost.

Machamp's only known move is Karate Chop.

Debut The Battle of the Badge
Voice actors
Japanese
English Eric Stuart
Giovanni's Rhydon
Rhydon
Giovanni loaned his Rhydon to Jessie as he leaves for an important mission. She used it in her Gym battle against Ash. It was defeated by Ash's Pidgeotto's Double-Edge.

None of Rhydon's moves are known.

Debut The Battle of the Badge
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Katsuyuki Konishi
James's Victreebel
Victreebel
Main article: James's Victreebel

Victreebel was the first Pokémon controlled by Jessie when she donned the mask and scepter. She did so in order to test the power of both artifacts.

Debut Control Freak!
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
English Rikako Aikawa
Jessie's Pikachu
Pikachu
Main article: Ash's Pikachu

When Ash and his friends were battling Team Rocket, Jessie took control of Pikachu as he was about to attack them. When the trio left the temple, Pikachu returned to normal.

Debut Control Freak!
Voice actors
Japanese Ikue Ohtani
English Ikue Ohtani
Jessie's Onix
Onix
Main article: Brock's Onix

When Ash and his friends were battling Team Rocket, Jessie took control of Onix and had it cause a cave-in for the trio to retreat with their treasure. It returned to normal after they left the temple.

Debut Control Freak!
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Unshō Ishizuka
Jessie's Geodude
Geodude
Main article: Brock's Geodude

When Ash and his friends were battling Team Rocket, Jessie took control of Geodude. Jessie commanded Geodude to fight Brock's Golbat. After leaving the temple, Geodude broke out of the control of the scepter.

Debut Control Freak!
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Michael Haigney
Jessie's Charizard
Charizard
In the episode One Trick Phony!, Jessie and James use the final forms of the three Kanto starter Pokémon, belonging to the Battle Park. The team had it taken away shortly before being blasted off.

Charizard's known moves are Dig, Iron Tail, Scary Face, and Flamethrower.

Debut One Trick Phony!
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Shin'ichirō Miki
Jessie's Blastoise
Blastoise
In the episode One Trick Phony!, Jessie and James use the final forms of the three Kanto starter Pokémon, belonging to the Battle Park. This Pokémon was used by Jessie to battle against Ash's Pikachu. The team had it taken away shortly before being blasted off.

Blastoise's known moves are Skull Bash, Bubble, Withdraw, and Hydro Pump.

Debut One Trick Phony!
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Eric Stuart
Jessie and Jubei's Mankey
Mankey
During Jessie's days in the Team Rocket training academy, she was partnered up with a man named Jubei, whom she shared a Mankey with. Mankey was seen with Jubei in Training Daze, lowering Jessie into a vault containing an Articuno statue, but due to the rope getting stuck, they had to pull Jessie and the statue up, proving to be too heavy that they dropped it, triggering the alarms and resulted in injuring Mankey and Jubei.

None of Mankey's moves are known.

Debut Training Daze
Voice actors
Japanese Hiroshi Ōtake
English Hiroshi Ōtake
Harley's Cacturne
Cacturne
Main article: Harley's Cacturne

In New Plot, Odd Lot!, Harley lent Jessie his Cacturne to help her get a Ribbon in the Mulberry City Contest, in an effort to keep May from seizing her last chance to enter the Kanto Grand Festival. When Harley introduced it to Jessie, Cacturne instantly fell in love with her. Harley explained this happened because he (Harley) and Jessie were soul-mates. Jessie and Cacturne's performance in the appeals round allow Jessie to advance.

Cacturne was returned to Harley the following episode.

Debut New Plot, Odd Lot!
Voice actors
Japanese Yūji Ueda
English Billy Beach
Harley's Banette
Banette
In Going for Choke!, Jessie used Harley's Banette for the second round of the Mulberry City Contest. Because it was unfamiliar with her, Jessie continued to tell Banette to use Frustration. This eventually resulted in Jessie's loss to May.

Banette was returned to Harley at the end of the episode.

Debut New Plot, Odd Lot!
Voice actors
Japanese Ikue Ohtani
English Darren Dunstan
Jessie's Charizard
Charizard
Jessie obtained Charizard in Grating Spaces!, when Delibird gave her and James two Poké Balls. When they learned the Poké Balls contained a Charizard and an Aggron, they decided to use them to take over Pewter Gym and steal the Poké Balls in the Gym.

Using their disguises, they challenged Brock and Ash to a Double Battle. Team Rocket sent out their newly acquired Pokémon, while Brock and Ash sent out their Steelix and Donphan, respectively. Unfortunately, Team Rocket got an early advantage and appeared to be winning. The victory was short-lived when Max discovered Meowth stealing all of the Gym's Poké Balls. It was then revealed that the two were indeed Team Rocket. With the help of Forrest, they were sent blasting off.

At the end of the day, Delibird returned to take the Poké Balls back, as the Charizard and Aggron were originally intended for Cassidy and Butch, respectively. Before Team Rocket could plead with Delibird to return them, it had flown away.

Charizard's known moves are Flamethrower and Fire Spin.

Debut Grating Spaces!
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Shin'ichirō Miki
Brock's Croagunk
Croagunk
Main article: Brock's Croagunk

Croagunk was following Meowth to the fake Gym in Gymbaliar. Since Jessie was losing horribly with her Dustox, she used Croagunk to take Dustox's place. It has won every battle on-screen in the Gym except for Ash's Aipom. He was left behind after Team Rocket blasted off.

Debut Gymbaliar
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Bill Rogers
Ash's Aipom
Aipom
Main article: Ash's Aipom

In Borrowing on Bad Faith!, Jessie heard of a Pokémon Contest (however, was informal), as well as its grand prize of a year’s supply of fresh fruits. She asks for James's Carnivine, but he refuses. The trio then hears Aipom crying and rush to find it, not realizing it belongs to Ash. Spotting the Pokémon atop a precipice, Jessie decides to save the monkey Pokémon. Upon seeing how she helped his Pokémon, Ash reluctantly thanked Jessie. Jessie decided to use the situation to her advantage, and asked the twerp if she could use Aipom in the Contest. Ash believed Aipom didn't want to, but Aipom actually did, which Meowth seconds. Ash decides to let it happen, though reluctantly. The duo eventually win the Contest, besting Dawn's then-inexperienced Pachirisu.

When the Team takes off in the Meowth balloon, Aipom takes off with them, hoping to grab the fruit for herself. After Team Rocket unsuccessfully tries to stop her, Ash tells Aipom to use Swift on the balloon, blasting them off. Aipom then returns to her Trainer, and the episode ends.

Debut Borrowing on Bad Faith!
Voice actors
Japanese Miyako Itō
English Miyako Itō
Jessie's Smoochum
Smoochum
Jessie trained a Smoochum in the Pokémon Summer Academy during Camping It Up!.

Smoochum's only known move is Sweet Kiss.

Debut Camping It Up!
Jessie's Hippowdon
Hippowdon
Jessie used a Hippowdon in the Pokémon Summer Academy Triathlon during One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!.

Hippowdon's known moves are Sand Tomb and Dig.

Debut One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Billy Beach
Jessie's Magikarp
Magikarp
Jessie used a Magikarp in the Pokémon Summer Academy Triathlon during One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!.

None of Magikarp's moves are known.

Debut One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Billy Beach
Borrowed from James
James's Weezing
Weezing
Main article: James's Weezing

In Princess vs. Princess, Jessie borrowed Weezing to use in the Princess Festival where it lost to Pikachu.

Debut Princess vs. Princess
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Eric Stuart
James's Cacnea
Cacnea
Main article: James's Cacnea

Jessie borrowed Cacnea to use in a Pokémon Contest located in Saffron. Cacnea was only used in the appeals round.

Debut The Saffron Con
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Lindsey Warner
James's Chimecho
Chimecho
Main article: James's Chimecho

Jessie borrowed Chimecho for the Contest in Lilycove. It lost to Combusken after Jessie took it too far by commanding Chimecho to use Double-Edge.

Debut Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry
Voice actors
Japanese Natsuki Yoshihara
English Bella Hudson
James's Mime Jr.
Mime Jr.
Main article: James's Mime Jr.

Jessie borrowed Mime Jr. for various Contest reasons. It was able to pass the appeal rounds in all of them it participated in.

Debut Spontaneous Combusken!
Voice actors
Japanese Ikue Ohtani
English Kayzie Rogers
James's Carnivine
Carnivine
Main article: James's Carnivine

Jessie borrowed Carnivine for use in the Pokémon Contests in Sinnoh. It has been used in many of them including the Grand Festival where it lost to Dawn's Buneary and Cyndaquil.

Debut Mounting a Coordinator Assault!
Voice actors
Japanese Daisuke Sakaguchi
English Billy Beach

Pokémon temporarily owned by all members of Team Rocket

Controlled only

Porygon Zero
Porygon Zero
This Porygon, also called "Porygon Zero", was a prototype created by Dr. Akihabara and stolen by Team Rocket. Ash and his friends borrowed a non-prototype Porygon to go inside the computer world to find it. When they encountered the trio, Team Rocket sent out Porygon to battle Ash and his friends, complete with its own "TR" flag on its tail.

Sadly, when the vaccine was released by Nurse Joy, one of them hit Team Rocket, knocking Porygon unconscious. When fleeing Dr. Akihabara's ruined house, they left Porygon behind for reasons unknown.

Because its only appearance was in an episode that aired only once in the world, it is the only Pokémon owned by a main character at some point that virtually no longer exists even in Japan, and the only Pokémon owned by a main character to have never been seen officially outside of Japan.

Porygon's only known move is Sharpen.

Debut EP038
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
Team Rocket's Delibird
Delibird
Main article: Delibird (Team Rocket)

Delibird first appeared in Dues and Don'ts under the ownership of a Rocket Scout. She claimed that she and the Delibird were trying to recruit new members for Team Rocket. When Jessie and James told her that they were Team Rocket members, she said that they weren't in the system. James pulled out his membership card, and the scout informed them that because they hadn't paid any of their dues, they had been kicked out of Team Rocket.

The scout then told them that if they defeated a Trainer, they would be allowed back in. Using Delibird, Team Rocket battled Ash, and despite the fact that he won, the scout allowed them to rejoin. But she also told them that her Delibird would be following them around to collect their dues that they had still not paid.

While it appears the Delibird has stopped pestering the trio for their dues, it still appears from time to time as a courier, as seen in Grating Spaces! and The Thief That Keeps on Thieving!.

Debut Dues and Don'ts
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Katsuyuki Konishi
Anthony's Pelipper
Pelipper
Team Rocket stole Anthony's Pelipper, along with his other Pokémon, in You Said a Mouthful!. Ash rematches a disguised Team Rocket, and as precaution, Jessie and James place more Poké Balls inside Pelipper's mouth, and put Meowth inside Pelipper as a "tactical controller".

Meowth has Anthony's Bellsprout, Magby and Magnemite use their attacks, under the guise of Pelipper using these attacks, against Ash, but due to the lack of a Water Pokémon, he chooses to instead use Pelipper to fire a Water Gun. However, this causes Pelipper to shoot water everywhere, exposing Team Rocket, the Poké Balls, and Meowth, inside Pelipper's mouth.

Pelipper is returned to Anthony and turns on Team Rocket, who are sent blasting off.

Pelipper's known moves are Wing Attack and Water Gun.

Debut You Said a Mouthful!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Kayzie Rogers
Anthony's Bellsprout
Bellsprout
Team Rocket stole Anthony's Bellsprout, along with his other Pokémon, in You Said a Mouthful!. Meowth had Bellsprout use its attacks, under the guise of Pelipper using these attacks, against Ash. It was returned to Anthony at the end of the episode.

Bellsprout's known moves are Vine Whip and Razor Leaf.

Debut You Said a Mouthful!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Kayzie Rogers
Anthony's Magby
Magby
Team Rocket stole Anthony's Magby, along with his other Pokémon, in You Said a Mouthful!. Meowth had Magby use its attacks, under the guise of Pelipper using these attacks, against Ash. It was returned to Anthony at the end of the episode.

Magby's known moves are Flamethrower and Smokescreen.

Debut You Said a Mouthful!
Anthony's Magnemite
Magnemite
Team Rocket stole Anthony's Magnemite, along with his other Pokémon, in You Said a Mouthful!. Meowth had Magnemite use its attacks, under the guise of Pelipper using these attacks, against Ash. It was returned to Anthony at the end of the episode.

Magnemite's known moves are Thunder and Thunderbolt.

Debut You Said a Mouthful!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Eric Stuart
Ash's Pikachu
Pikachu
Main article: Ash's Pikachu

In A Scare to Remember!, an explosion caused by the destruction of Team Rocket's "Mean and Nasty, Grumpy Grabber Mark One" machine causes Pikachu to fly far away from Ash and his friends with Meowth. The resulting impact causes Pikachu to lose his memory. Meowth seizes the opportunity, telling the Mouse Pokémon that he belongs to Team Rocket and has since the day he was born. The amnesiac Pokémon believes him and the duo rendezvous with Jessie and James.

By the end of the episode, Ash manages to reverse Pikachu's amnesia, bringing him back to the side he belongs to.

Debut A Scare to Remember!
Voice actors
Japanese Ikue Ohtani
English Ikue Ohtani
Team Rocket's Emolga
Emolga
Main article: Iris's Emolga

After Iris got into a disagreement with Emolga, Emolga flew off and landed where Team Rocket was. When she defeated their Woobat, Yamask, Amoonguss, and Frillish, Team Rocket got her into joining them. With Emolga on their side, they were able to get Axew. However, during a fight with Ash and his friends, Emolga accidentally woke up an Exploud which went on a rampage. The same Exploud fought her and Axew while inside a giant box but Dragonite and Charizard were able to free them after many tries. As Iris made up with Emolga, Emolga was able to return to Iris.

Debut Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!
Voice actors
Japanese Mika Kanai
English Mika Kanai
Team Rocket's Exploud
Exploud
Team Rocket got this Exploud to join them after they told it that Ash and his friends were responsible for waking it up earlier. When the trio caught Pikachu and Axew, they trapped Axew and Emolga inside a giant box where Exploud was and it battled the two Pokémon. After Dragonite freed them, Exploud got out but Charizard was able to defeat it with Dragon Tail, which resulted it and Team Rocket to blast off. Seeing that their plans failed, Exploud used Thunder Punch on them as they continued their blast off.

Exploud's known moves are Flamethrower, Hyper Beam, and Thunder Punch.

Debut Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!



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