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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* Aaron does not possess a Beautifly in {{game|Platinum}}, but this episode first aired after Platinum's Japanese release. This is similar to the case of {{DL|Cynthia|In the anime|Cynthia's Gastrodon}}, which also premiered after the release of Platinum despite being replaced with {{p|Togekiss}}.
 
* Aaron does not possess a Beautifly in {{game|Platinum}}, but this episode first aired after Platinum's Japanese release. This is similar to the case of {{DL|Cynthia|In the anime|Cynthia's Gastrodon}}, which also premiered after the release of Platinum despite being replaced with {{p|Togekiss}}.
* Oddly, Beutifly's wings in the anime suggest that it is a female, however, in the games, it is a male.
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* Oddly, Beautifly's wings in the anime suggest that it is a female, however, in the games, it is a male.
   
 
==Related articles==
 
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Aaron's Beautifly
リョウのアゲハント Ryou's Agehunt
Poké Ball
Aaron and Beautifly.png
Aaron and Beautifly
Debuts in A Trainer and Child Reunion!
Caught at Sinnoh
Evolves in Prior to A Trainer and Child Reunion!
Prior to A Trainer and Child Reunion!
Gender Female
Ability Unknown
Current location With Aaron
Wurmple Silcoon Beautifly
This Pokémon spent an unknown number of episodes as Wurmple and an unknown number of episodes as Silcoon.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Wurmple Kiyotaka Furushima Michele Knotz
As Silcoon Not shown
As Beautifly N/A Michele Knotz

Aaron's Beautifly (Japanese: リョウのアゲハント Ryou's Agehunt) was the first Pokémon obtained by Aaron when he was a child.

In the anime

As a Wurmple, with Aaron as a child

As a Wurmple, it was voiced by Kiyotaka Furushima in the Japanese original.

Beautifly first appeared in a picture as a Wurmple in A Trainer and Child Reunion!. Aaron explains that when he was younger, he loved going in the forest. One day he climbed up the tallest tree in the forest, but then, it was too tall to climb down. A wild Wurmple helped him climb down the tree and they then became best friends since then. However, Aaron lost his temper at it when they lost a battle, claiming that Wurmple was too weak, and he left Wurmple at the park. Aaron began to regret doing this and then went back to the park at night to see if Wurmple was still there, but it wasn't. Aaron regrets doing this.

In the same episode, when Aaron and the other's Pokémon were stolen by Team Rocket near the tree where they met, it came to their rescue in its fully evolved form by using SolarBeam. They were unsure where the attack came from until Beautifly appeared. After looking at it, Aaron realized that it was his Wurmple. It just wanted to be more powerful for Aaron, so Wurmple evolved into Silcoon, then Beautifly. It then remained with Aaron and the rest of his Pokémon.

In Aiding the Enemy!, Beautifly, along with Aaron and his Drapion, was seen again at a television from a Pokémon Center battling Cynthia's Garchomp and Gastrodon where it was defeated by Gastrodon's Stone Edge.


Moves used

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Using Whirlwind
Move First Used In
SolarBeam  A Trainer and Child Reunion!
Whirlwind A Trainer and Child Reunion!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Beautifly is one of Aaron's Pokémon in the games. It has only appeared in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.

Diamond and Pearl

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Types:
Bug Flying
Ability:
Swarm
Held item:
None
Beautifly Lv.53
Bug Buzz
Bug Special
Psychic
Psychic Special
Energy Ball
Grass Special
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special

Trivia

  • Aaron does not possess a Beautifly in Pokémon Platinum, but this episode first aired after Platinum's Japanese release. This is similar to the case of Cynthia's Gastrodon, which also premiered after the release of Platinum despite being replaced with Togekiss.
  • Oddly, Beautifly's wings in the anime suggest that it is a female, however, in the games, it is a male.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Wurmple, Silcoon, and Beautifly.