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Revision as of 20:33, 28 January 2013

Johanna's Glameow
アヤコのニャルマー Ayako's Nyarmar
Poké Ball
Johanna Glameow.png
Johanna's Glameow
Debuts in Following A Maiden's Voyage!
Caught at Sinnoh
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Johanna
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Glameow Chinami Nishimura

Johanna's Glameow (Japanese: アヤコのニャルマー Ayako's Nyarmar) is a Pokémon owned by Johanna.

In the anime

Glameow and Johanna

Glameow appears to be the family's pet. However, when Johanna was a Pokémon Coordinator, she used it in her Contests and also won the Grand Festival with it. It is seen in many of the pictures at Dawn's house competing in Contests alongside Johanna and accepting Contest trophies. It is also seen with Johanna when she watches Dawn compete in Contests.

Johanna has a specific Poffin recipe for Glameow which Dawn has assisted her in making, mentioned in Oh Do You Know The Poffin Plan!. Dawn, however, did not realize that this recipe was only made with Glameow in mind, which tasted horrible to her first three Pokémon. Meowth, on the other hand, found it to be delicious.

Glameow's first shown battle appearance was against Lila's Delcatty in a flashback in Battling the Generation Gap!. It was revealed to have lost the match by points.

It battled alongside Johanna's Umbreon against Dawn's Piplup and Pachirisu in a Double Battle in Strategy Begins at Home!. Johanna's Pokémon eventually won the match.

It made a brief appearance with its owner in Teaching the Student Teacher! at a Trainer's School.

Glameow also appeared alongside Johanna during the credits of Zoroark: Master of Illusions.

Its latest appearance was in SS024 where it battled Dawn's Piplup and Cyndaquil alongside Umbreon. It was able to do some dazzling combinations with Umbreon, but when Piplup and Cyndaquil unleashed their Whirlpool-Flame Wheel combination; the battle was stopped due to them fighting.

Personality and characteristics

From Glameow's debut in Following A Maiden's Voyage!, it showed many characteristics of a common house cat. Appearing quite lazy and docile. It appeared to like Dawn, its Trainer's daughter, even watching her as she rode off on her journey.

Later in Strategy Begins at Home!, Glameow, along with Johanna's Umbreon, acted very distant with Dawn's Piplup, not accepting the new member of its family. Johanna later mentioned that it and Umbreon are usually very picky eaters, while they ate the food that Brock made. This reflects their initial response to meeting Piplup, not being too accepting of the new.

Moves used

Johanna Glameow Iron Tail.png
Using Iron Tail
Johanna Glameow Umbreon Quick Attack.png
Using Quick Attack
Move First Used In
Iron Tail Battling The Generation Gap!
Shadow Ball  Strategy Begins at Home!
Swift  Strategy Begins at Home!
Attract Strategy Begins at Home!
Quick Attack Strategy Begins at Home!
Shadow Claw  SS024
Fake Out  SS024
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the manga

Glameow and Johanna

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Glameow first appeared as a cameo in Perturbed by Pachirisu, when Lady Berlitz was watching recordings of past Super Contests featuring Johanna and Glameow. It also appeared in VS. Sableye, VS. Quagsire and VS. Grimer, in which it can be seen in Diamond's house, acting much like the family's house pet, besides being one of Johanna's Contest Pokémon.

Related articles

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

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