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{{Character undubbed}}
 
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[[File:Oluolu.png|thumb|250px|ʻOluʻolu]]
 
[[File:Oluolu.png|thumb|250px|ʻOluʻolu]]
(Japanese: '''オルオル''' ''ʻOluʻolu'') a [[character of the day]] who appeared in [[SM028]].
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(Japanese: '''オルオル''' ''ʻOluʻolu'') a [[character of the day]] who appeared in [[SM028]]. He is a famous [[Baseball|Pokébase]] player of the '''{{p|Magikarp}}s''' (Japanese: '''コイキング''' ''Koikings''). He's also a graduate of the [[Pokémon School]].
   
He is a famous [[Baseball|Pokébase]] player of the '''{{p|Magikarp}}s''' (Japanese: '''コイキング''' ''Koikings'') that inspired {{Ash}} to start a Pokébase game with his {{ashfr|classmates}}.
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When [[Professor Kukui]] saw {{Ash}}'s excitement from following a game of Pokébase on [[television]], he and [[Samson Oak|Principal Oak]] arranged a Pokébase match for the {{ashfr|students}} of the Pokémon School and their Pokémon, with the three adults commentating the match. When {{TRT}} arrived, with [[Jessie]] wanting ʻOluʻolu's autograph, he agreed to participate in a game between the students and the evil trio. Just when it seemed like Team Rocket was about to win, ʻOluʻolu had his {{p|Snorlax}} perform the [[Z-Move]] {{m|Pulverizing Pancake}}, allowing the school team to win the match. Despite Team Rocket losing, ʻOluʻolu still offered Jessie his autograph as a thanks for the good game, but before she could take it, {{an|Bewear}} showed up and carried the trio away.
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Much like Samson Oak, ʻOluʻolu has a habit of making Pokémon gags, accompanied by a visual imitation of the Pokémon in question.
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
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|img=Oluolu Snorlax.png
 
|img=Oluolu Snorlax.png
 
|epnum=SM028
 
|epnum=SM028
|desc={{p|Snorlax}} is ʻOluʻolu's only known Pokémon.
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|desc={{p|Snorlax}} is ʻOluʻolu's only known Pokémon. He used it during the Pokébase match between the Pokémon School team and Team Rocket.
   
 
None of Snorlax's moves are known.<br>
 
None of Snorlax's moves are known.<br>

Revision as of 10:38, 26 May 2017

Undubbed character This article is about a character featured in the Pokémon anime who has not yet debuted in the English language dub.
As such, their information may contain romanized Japanese names, rather than dub names.
ʻOluʻolu

(Japanese: オルオル ʻOluʻolu) a character of the day who appeared in SM028. He is a famous Pokébase player of the Magikarps (Japanese: コイキング Koikings). He's also a graduate of the Pokémon School.

When Professor Kukui saw Ash's excitement from following a game of Pokébase on television, he and Principal Oak arranged a Pokébase match for the students of the Pokémon School and their Pokémon, with the three adults commentating the match. When Team Rocket arrived, with Jessie wanting ʻOluʻolu's autograph, he agreed to participate in a game between the students and the evil trio. Just when it seemed like Team Rocket was about to win, ʻOluʻolu had his Snorlax perform the Z-Move Pulverizing Pancake, allowing the school team to win the match. Despite Team Rocket losing, ʻOluʻolu still offered Jessie his autograph as a thanks for the good game, but before she could take it, Bewear showed up and carried the trio away.

Much like Samson Oak, ʻOluʻolu has a habit of making Pokémon gags, accompanied by a visual imitation of the Pokémon in question.

Pokémon

This listing is of ʻOluʻolu's known Pokémon in the anime:

ʻOluʻolu's Snorlax
Snorlax
Snorlax is ʻOluʻolu's only known Pokémon. He used it during the Pokébase match between the Pokémon School team and Team Rocket.

None of Snorlax's moves are known.
Snorlax can perform the Z-Move Pulverizing Pancake.

Debut SM028

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 古谷徹 Tōru Furuya


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