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==History==
 
==History==
 
===As a wild Pokémon===
 
===As a wild Pokémon===
Meltan first appeared in [[SM111]], where it was seen arriving on [[Melemele Island]] along with a large group of {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Meltan}}. Whilst investigating the sewers, the Meltan became seperated from each other and this Meltan ended up at the [[Ultra Guardians]] base beneath the [[Pokémon School]], where they encountered [[Lusamine's Clefable]]. The Meltan all ended up at the Pokémon School where they encountered {{Ash}} and {{ashcl}}. The other Meltan all scattered except for this one where it came across [[Ash's Rowlet]]. Meltan lost its Nut Head which Rowlet saved from a {{p|Murkrow}} and Rowlet invited Meltan into Ash's backpack, which resulted in Ash unknowingly taking Meltan home with it.
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Meltan first appeared in [[SM111]], where it was seen arriving on [[Melemele Island]] along with a large group of {{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Meltan}}. Whilst investigating the sewers, the Meltan became seperated from each other and this Meltan ended up at the [[Ultra Guardians]] base beneath the [[Pokémon School]], where they encountered [[Lusamine's Clefable]]. The Meltan all ended up at the Pokémon School where they encountered {{Ash}} and {{ashcl}}. The other Meltan all scattered except for this one where it came across [[Ash's Rowlet]]. Meltan lost its Nut Head which Rowlet saved from a {{p|Murkrow}} and Rowlet invited Meltan into Ash's backpack, which resulted in Ash unknowingly taking Meltan home with him.
   
 
In [[SM112|the next episode]], its nut head was stolen by another Murkrow which landed in the van belonging to {{TRT}}. Rowlet tried to help find a replacement with little success. After finding the van, [[James]] who wasn't happy on seeing Meltan when a group of them had eaten his bottle cap collection and had {{MTR}} attack Meltan. Rowlet protected Meltan, and when it was injured in the process, Meltan stepped in to protect Rowlet. Ash arrived soon after and brought both Rowlet and Meltan to the Pokémon School. Seeing how Meltan had taken a liking to Rowlet, Ash offered it a chance to join his [[party|team]], and it accepted.
 
In [[SM112|the next episode]], its nut head was stolen by another Murkrow which landed in the van belonging to {{TRT}}. Rowlet tried to help find a replacement with little success. After finding the van, [[James]] who wasn't happy on seeing Meltan when a group of them had eaten his bottle cap collection and had {{MTR}} attack Meltan. Rowlet protected Meltan, and when it was injured in the process, Meltan stepped in to protect Rowlet. Ash arrived soon after and brought both Rowlet and Meltan to the Pokémon School. Seeing how Meltan had taken a liking to Rowlet, Ash offered it a chance to join his [[party|team]], and it accepted.

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Ash's Meltan
サトシのメルタン Satoshi's Meltan
Poké Ball
Ash Meltan.png
Ash's Meltan
Debuts in SM111
Caught in SM112
Caught at Pokémon School
Gender Genderless
Ability Unknown
Current location With Ash
Meltan
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Meltan Unknown N/A

Ash's Meltan (Japanese: サトシのメルタン Satoshi's Meltan) is the fifth Pokémon that Ash caught in the Alola region, and his fifty-first overall.

History

As a wild Pokémon

Meltan first appeared in SM111, where it was seen arriving on Melemele Island along with a large group of Meltan. Whilst investigating the sewers, the Meltan became seperated from each other and this Meltan ended up at the Ultra Guardians base beneath the Pokémon School, where they encountered Lusamine's Clefable. The Meltan all ended up at the Pokémon School where they encountered Ash and his classmates. The other Meltan all scattered except for this one where it came across Ash's Rowlet. Meltan lost its Nut Head which Rowlet saved from a Murkrow and Rowlet invited Meltan into Ash's backpack, which resulted in Ash unknowingly taking Meltan home with him.

In the next episode, its nut head was stolen by another Murkrow which landed in the van belonging to Team Rocket. Rowlet tried to help find a replacement with little success. After finding the van, James who wasn't happy on seeing Meltan when a group of them had eaten his bottle cap collection and had Meowth attack Meltan. Rowlet protected Meltan, and when it was injured in the process, Meltan stepped in to protect Rowlet. Ash arrived soon after and brought both Rowlet and Meltan to the Pokémon School. Seeing how Meltan had taken a liking to Rowlet, Ash offered it a chance to join his team, and it accepted.

With Ash

Personality and characteristics

Rowlet with Meltan

Meltan is shown to be close to Ash's Rowlet after it protected it from Meowth's Fury Swipes. Meltan is shown to be easily scared, as seen in SM111 where it was reluctant to follow its fellow Meltan into the sewer, only following when the others forced it to follow. Despite being scared, Meltan will help to defend its friends. Like many of its species, Meltan is shown to eat anything made of metal, as seen in SM112 when Professor Burnet discovered a frying pan partially eaten. Meltan has been shown to get very upset when it loses its nut.

Moves used

Ash Meltan Flash Cannon.png
Using Flash Cannon
Move First Used In
Flash Cannon SM111
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Trivia

  • Meltan is Ash's first Steel-type Pokémon.
  • Meltan is the first Mythical Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
  • Ash's Meltan has a darker-colored nut than the other Meltan, a result of the nut being used in Team Rocket's car for a short while.

Related articles

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




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