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* Togetic is the first anime Pokémon hatched from an egg that could evolve twice (later followed by [[Ash's Larvitar]], [[Brock's Happiny]], and [[Dawn's Cyndaquil]]), though it was not able to do so when it was last seen, as Togekiss was not introduced until Generation IV.
 
* Togetic is the first anime Pokémon hatched from an egg that could evolve twice (later followed by [[Ash's Larvitar]], [[Brock's Happiny]], and [[Dawn's Cyndaquil]]), though it was not able to do so when it was last seen, as Togekiss was not introduced until Generation IV.
 
* It is currently the only Pokémon that officially belonged to a main character despite never having been placed in a Poké Ball.
 
* It is currently the only Pokémon that officially belonged to a main character despite never having been placed in a Poké Ball.
* Togetic is so far the only [[walking Pokémon|out-of-Ball Pokémon]] in the anime that has evolved.
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** Togetic is so far the only [[walking Pokémon|out-of-Ball Pokémon]] in the anime that has evolved.
 
* As a Togepi, it was the second [[Generation II]] Pokémon seen in the anime. As a Togetic, it is the most recent to make its anime debut, and would become the second most recent if {{p|Porygon2}} ever makes its own [[EP038|unlikely]] episodic debut.
 
* As a Togepi, it was the second [[Generation II]] Pokémon seen in the anime. As a Togetic, it is the most recent to make its anime debut, and would become the second most recent if {{p|Porygon2}} ever makes its own [[EP038|unlikely]] episodic debut.
   

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Misty's Togetic
カスミのトゲチック Kasumi's Togechick
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Misty's Togetic
Egg obtained in Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon!
Hatches in Who Gets To Keep Togepi?
Hatched at Kanto
Evolves in A Togepi Mirage!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Released in A Togepi Mirage!
Current location Togepi Paradise
Egg Togepi Togetic
This Pokémon spent 4 episodes in its Egg and 269 episodes as Togepi.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Togepi Satomi Kōrogi
As Togetic Satomi Kōrogi

Misty's Togetic (Japanese: カスミのトゲチック Kasumi's Togechick) was the sixth Pokémon Misty obtained in the Kanto region. Its voice actress as both a Togepi and Togetic was Satomi Kōrogi.

History

File:Togegg.jpg
Togepi's egg

Togepi was found as a Pokémon egg by Ash in Grampa Canyon in Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon. Ash, Misty, Brock, and Meowth fought over the egg and competed to determine who would be the eventual owner. When the egg hatched into Togepi, the first thing it saw was Misty, and it chose her as its Trainer, thinking that she was its mother.

Although Togepi appeared harmless, it sometimes used Metronome to get out of dangerous situations. The first time it happened was in Pikachu Re-Volts. Butch and Cassidy's Drowzee was using Metronome to attack Ash and his friends. Misty's Togepi began using it, causing an explosion that sent Butch and Cassidy flying. It happened again in In the Pink. A Rhyhorn was about to charge the group when Togepi used Metronome to use Teleport. It also used the move later in the episode to stop a Hyper Beam attack by a Nidoking by using Reflect.

Despite the fact that Misty knew Togepi could battle, she only used it one time to battle Ash. In The Totodile Duel, Ash was using his Pikachu to battle Misty for ownership of a Totodile. Misty used Togepi, because she knew Pikachu would never attack it, as Pikachu would often babysit it. Using Charm, she ended up defeating Pikachu.

As a Togepi, it was sometimes mischievous. Despite being a baby, it would often wander away from the group and get itself and Pikachu into dangerous situations, usually resulting in Pikachu getting hurt but Togepi walking away unharmed. It was also very friendly towards other Pokémon, particularly ones that were small, young, and/or wild. The most notable were a Voltorb in The Underground Round Up, a Sentret in Tanks a Lot!, and, much to Misty's dislike, a Caterpie in The Bug Stops Here.

As a Togepi
File:MistyTogeBye.png
Misty and Togetic saying their farewells

As Ash, Brock, May, and Max met Misty near the gate to the Mirage Kingdom in The Princess and the Togepi, it was kidnapped again by Jessie, James, and Meowth, who were temporarily working for Colonel Hansen, a crooked Mirage Kingdom official. Colonel Hansen wanted to get his hands on Misty's Togepi so he could rule the Mirage Kingdom. Since Colonel Hansen is an impure-hearted person, his taking over the Mirage Kingdom would destroy the Togepi Paradise.

Togepi later evolved into a Togetic in A Togepi Mirage! in order to protect the other Togepi. When Togetic was injured by Colonel Hansen, Misty promptly sent out her Gyarados and defeated Hansen's Shedinja with a Flamethrower attack. After seeing the damage Hansen had done trying to reach the Mirage Kingdom, Misty respected her Togetic's decision to stay behind and released it, so it could protect the Kingdom, the Togepi Paradise, and the Togepi who lived there.

Moves used

Using Safeguard Move First Used In
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Metronome Pikachu Re-Volts
Charm The Totodile Duel
Safeguard A Togepi Mirage!
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

In the games

Pokémon Stadium 2

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Types:
Normal Flying
Held item:
None
Togetic Lv.50
Rain Dance
Water
Encore
Normal
Metronome
Normal
Double-Edge
Normal

Trivia

  • Before Misty hatched her Azurill, Togetic was the only Pokémon she owned that was not of the Template:Type2. However, Azurill evolves into a Water-type Pokémon.
  • Togetic is the first anime Pokémon hatched from an egg that could evolve twice (later followed by Ash's Larvitar, Brock's Happiny, and Dawn's Cyndaquil), though it was not able to do so when it was last seen, as Togekiss was not introduced until Generation IV.
  • It is currently the only Pokémon that officially belonged to a main character despite never having been placed in a Poké Ball.
  • As a Togepi, it was the second Generation II Pokémon seen in the anime. As a Togetic, it is the most recent to make its anime debut, and would become the second most recent if Porygon2 ever makes its own unlikely episodic debut.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Togepi and Togetic.

External links



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