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Several wild Pokémon had a recurring role in the Pokémon anime.

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Original series

Fearow

Fearow
Main article: Ash's Fearow

Fearow debuted in the first episode of the anime, where it appeared as a Spearow. It attacked Ash and Pikachu after Ash threw a rock at it. Its second and final appearance was in Pallet Party Panic, where it was shown to have evolved into a Fearow. It battled against Ash's Pidgeotto, who soon evolved into a Pidgeot. Ash attempted to capture the Fearow while riding on Pidgeot's back. Despite its weakened state, he was still unable to capture it, and he left Pidgeot behind to guard against any future attacks. This Fearow was seen in a flashback in Fighting Flyer with Fire.

Ho-Oh

Ho-Oh
Main article: Ho-Oh (anime)

Ho-Oh is the second recurring wild Pokémon in the anime, making three appearances.

After Ash and Pikachu were exhausted from fighting a flock of Spearow, Ash saw a glimpse of Ho-Oh flying over a rainbow. The Pokédex couldn't record the data of Ho-Oh, as it was unknown at the time. Since then, it would often fly around.

Haunter

Haunter
Main article: Sabrina's Haunter

Haunter first appeared in The Tower of Terror. After Ash befriended it, he attempted to use it to battle Sabrina, but Haunter decided to goof off. At the end of Haunter Versus Kadabra, Haunter decided to stay with Sabrina.

Jigglypuff

Jigglypuff
Main article: Jigglypuff (anime)

The fourth recurring wild Pokémon in the anime, and the one that made the most appearances, is Jigglypuff.

Jigglypuff's first appearance was in The Song of Jigglypuff. At first it couldn't sing, but that changed once Brock gave it a piece of fruit which soothed its throat. Jigglypuff followed the gang throughout their journey until the Advanced Generation series, and returned after a long absence in the Sun & Moon series.

Jigglypuff is perhaps best known, however, for its running gag. Whenever it saw that its song put its listeners to sleep, it would inflate angrily, making a distinctive "honk" sound, then doodle over the faces of its audience with its marker.

Slowking

Slowking
Main article: Slowking (M02)

This talking Slowking lived on Shamouti Island, and was the guardian of the shrine located there. He gave Ash advice on where to find the Ice Sphere. He later praised the Team Rocket trio, upset that no one saw them being heroes, telling them that their heroic actions did not go unnoticed.

Slowking reappeared in Slowking's Day.

Suicune

Suicune
スイクン Suicune
Recurring Suicune anime.png
Suicune
Debuts in Don't Touch that 'dile
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Johto
Suicune
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Suicune Masahiko Tanaka

Ash and his friends first encountered Suicune as they were heading towards New Bark Town in Don't Touch That 'dile. Suicune was seen standing on a small island in a lake, appearing as a mysterious silhouette of blue energy. At first, Ash did not understand what Pokémon it was and wanted to catch it. However, Suicune leaped into the fog and vanished as soon as Ash made an attempt to battle it.

Suicune appeared once again in For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!. After Team Rocket had removed the Crystal Bells from Ecruteak's Tin Tower, many Bug-type Pokémon invaded the city. They wrapped Jessie, James and Meowth in a String Shot and blocked off the entry to the Tin Tower. Suicune appeared in a mystical blue light and calmed the wild Pokémon down. Seeing the Legendary Pokémon, Jessie had Arbok launch a Poison Sting, but Suicune evaded the attack and sent Team Rocket blasting off with an Aurora Beam.

Eusine wanted to catch Suicune and sent out his Alakazam to battle it. Alakazam used Disable, but Suicune easily blocked it with a Mirror Coat. It then used Roar to send Alakazam back into its Poké Ball and fled from the area before Eusine could even react. The brief encounter led Eusine to pursue Suicune, in the hopes of seeing it again one day.

Personality and characteristics

Suicune was a calm Pokémon. It avoids direct confrontation and responds swiftly to anyone with immoral intentions. Suicune's few appearances and sudden disappearances maintain its mysterious nature and keeps it enshrouded in folklore.

Moves used

Suicune Mirror Coat.png
Using Mirror Coat
Move First Used In
Aurora Beam For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!
Mirror Coat For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!
Roar For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Pichu Posse

Pichu Brothers
Pichu Brothers and friends
Main article: Pichu Brothers

The Pichu Brothers were first introduced in Pikachu & Pichu, where they met Ash's Pikachu. Pikachu was lost after falling off a nearby building, in which Ash was planning a party celebrating the anniversary of when he and Pikachu first met. Pikachu and the Pichu Brothers went all throughout the town chased by a Houndour who eventually helped them when the local Pokémon Playhouse was collapsing.

They also have a number of friends living in Big Town that regularly take part in their adventures. They have all made appearances in various side story episodes, as well as a cameo at the beginning of Giratina and the Sky Warrior, and the gang have also received their own game for the Pokémon mini, Pichu Bros. mini.

Lugia


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Lugia
ルギア Lugia
Dr Namba Lugia.png
Lugia
Debuts in Around the Whirlpool
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Ogi Isle
Lugia
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Lugia  ???  ???

Ash and his friends first saw Lugia as a silhouette in Around the Whirlpool. After another mishap involving Team Rocket, Ash's group fell overboard and was slowly being sucked into a whirlpool. The whirlpool suddenly disappeared, however, after which Lugia passed by, all the while calling out. It then reappeared in flashbacks in Mantine Overboard! and Hi Ho Silver... Away!.

While on Ogi Isle, Ash and his friends reunited with Luka and Ritchie in The Mystery is History. They also met Oliver and his friend, a child Lugia nicknamed Silver. Silver's parent later appeared in a rage, which caused Luka's inherited Silver Wing to glow red. Ash and the others reassured Lugia of their good intentions and this managed to calm it down. Silver and its parent spent some time underwater together, but this was soon interrupted by Butch and Cassidy, who captured Silver.

In A Parent Trapped!, Lugia became frustrated by Silver's capture and summoned a destructive storm. Ash, Luka, and Ritchie eventually reached Lugia and reassured it that they will help save Silver. When Lugia found Silver, it went for the cage despite the group's warnings and was also caught as a result.

In A Promise is a Promise, Lugia was held captive in Dr. Namba's base. Jessie, James, and Meowth attempted to free it, but were interrupted by Butch and Cassidy. The two Team Rocket groups battled each other and accidentally freed Lugia in the process. Lugia went on a rampage until it reunited with Silver, and Team Rocket's base began to fall apart from the destruction. Lugia managed to protect Silver and the group from the debris with Safeguard. After escaping Team Rocket's base, Silver stayed with the adult Lugia, with Oliver saying goodbye to them both.

Personality and characteristics

Lugia is very protective and cares deeply for its child. It will respond to trauma in a destructive rage and can be incredibly difficult to reason with. Lugia prefers to live in peace and away from people, though it is willing to assist people stranded at sea.

Moves used

Silver parent Aeroblast.png
Using Aeroblast
Move First Used In
Rain Dance A Parent Trapped!
Aeroblast A Parent Trapped!
Safeguard A Promise is a Promise
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Silver

Silver
Main article: Silver (Johto)


Wynaut

Wynaut
ソーナノ Sohnano
Wynaut anime.png
Wynaut
Debuts in Fangs for Nothin'
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Wynaut
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Wynaut Megumi Hayashibara Kayzie Rogers

Wynaut is a wild Pokémon who followed Ash, his friends, and Team Rocket around Blackthorn City.

Wynaut briefly appeared in Fangs for Nothin' during one of Jessie's tirades. It stole a plate of food from Team Rocket. Wobbuffet was the first to notice, but it was blamed for the act.

In Great Bowls of Fire, Wynaut poked its arm out of the bushes while Ash, his friends, Clair, and Liza returned to the Blackthorn Gym.

Liza left some food for Charla to enjoy in Better Eight Than Never, but Wynaut quickly snatched the meal without anyone noticing.

Wynaut's only major appearance was in Why? Wynaut!. While Team Rocket was spying on Ash and his friends, Wynaut stole their snack, and Wobbuffet was once again blamed. Later, Team Rocket disguised themselves as reporters and managed to steal Ash's Badges. Wobbuffet went on to take the loot into the nearby forest while it waited for Jessie and James's return. Wynaut reappeared and went for the box containing the Badges, thinking it was food, but it was ambushed by Wobbuffet. Jessie, James and Meowth soon found Wobbuffet, causing it to lose track of Wynaut.

Despite Wobbuffet's best efforts, its teammates went on the hunt for the Badges and soon chased after a wild Wooper. Clair and Ash's group were also on the hunt for the Badges, and soon enough, Ash's Bayleef and Noctowl located Wynaut and Ash's Badges. Soon, Wooper, followed by Team Rocket, entered the scene and a battle ensued over the Badges. Wynaut jumped out, countered Arbok's Poison Sting, and went back to hiding in the scrubs. Ash arrived on the scene to find Team Rocket with his Badges in hand. They were sent blasting off and Ash's Badges were scattered into the air. Ash managed to recover seven of them, while Wynaut handed Bayleef and Noctowl the eighth Badge. Bayleef and Noctowl identify Wynaut as the one who recovered the eighth Badge, but Wynaut sailed away on a log barge before Ash could see it.

Personality and characteristics

Wynaut was a mischievous Pokemon, with a tendency to appear out of nowhere whenever a Pokémon was nearby and then disappear whenever people were around. It was an opportunistic thief driven by its appetite for food. Its small stature and extendable arms allow it to make a clean getaway. It targets people and Pokemon whenever they are distracted.

Moves used

Wynaut Counter.png
Using Counter
Move First Used In
Counter Why? Wynaut!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Larvitar

Larvitar
Main article: Ash's Larvitar

Larvitar was given to Ash and his friends as an egg in Lapras of Luxury. It hatched in Hatch Me if You Can and was given to its mother in Mother of All Battles!.

Advanced Generation series

Loudred

Loudred
ドゴーム Dogohmb
Dewford Island Loudred.png
Loudred
Debuts in A Hole Lotta Trouble
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Dewford Island
Loudred
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Loudred Kōichi Sakaguchi Darren Dunstan

Loudred first appeared in A Hole Lotta Trouble, where it ran by and stepped on Jessie as she was climbing up to the next floor of Granite Cave. In the next episode, Jessie accidentally stepped on Loudred as it was sleeping. Loudred then sent her, James, and Meowth flying with an extremely loud Screech attack.

In Turning Over a Nuzleaf, Ash's Corphish pinched Loudred's ear, which made the wild Pokémon go berserk. In its rage, Loudred caused Silcoon to roll out of May's arms and down into a cave system. The group's other Pokémon followed after Silcoon, but ended up becoming separated from their Trainers. Later, Wobbuffet emerged from its Poké Ball and stood on Loudred as it slept. It subsequently woke up and promptly sent Team Rocket flying.

Professor Birch became startled by an angry Wingull while looking at its nest and fell directly on Loudred in A Three Team Scheme!. Loudred angrily screeched at him before leaving underground.

It reappeared in a flashback in Exploud and Clear!.

Personality and characteristics

Loudred enjoys its slumber and appears to nap most of the time. When disturbed, Loudred becomes incredibly angry and goes berserk.

Moves used

Dewford Island Loudred Screech.png
Using Screech
Move First Used In
Screech Gone Corphishin'
Dig × Turning Over a Nuzleaf
An × shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Spoink

Spoink
バネブー Baneboo
Recurring Spoink anime.png
Spoink
Debuts in Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend
Gender Unknown*
Ability Unknown
Current location Hoenn
Spoink
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Spoink Miyako Itō Rachael Lillis

Ash and his friends first encountered Spoink without its pearl while having breakfast in Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend. After scanning his Pokédex, Ash learned that Spoink become tired without their pearls, so he and his friends agreed to help find its pearl. The group soon recovered the pearl, but Spoink lost it again after a confrontation with Team Rocket.

Team Rocket was blasted off with the pearl, and they later traded it to the Magikarp salesman for a rare Feebas. After learning this, Ash and his friends confronted the salesman, and Team Rocket also demanded that the pearl be returned to them after they realized their Feebas was actually a Magikarp. In the midst of the squabble, Spoink was reunited with its pearl and sent Team Rocket blasting off with several powerful Psychic-type attacks.

In Clamperl of Wisdom, Ash and his friends were sailing to Maisie Island when they spotted Spoink out at sea. A rogue wave knocked Spoink into the ocean, but the group was able use a life preserver ring to save it. While it was bouncing around on deck, Spoink tripped and lost its pearl out at sea. Despite the efforts of Torkoal and the group's Water-type Pokémon, they were unable to recover the pearl.

The group later met Isaiah, a researcher who specializes in Clamperl. Team Rocket attempted to steal Isaiah's rare blue pearl, but Spoink ended up with the item. Spoink went on to befriend a wild Clamperl and exchanged the blue pearl for Clamperl's pink pearl. Ash, his friends, and Spoink went on to defeat Team Rocket after they stole Clamperl and the blue pearl. Spoink then started to meditate and was able to recover Isaiah's blue pearl in exchange for its pink pearl. However, the kind act left Spoink without a pearl. Realizing the situation, Clamperl gave Spoink the pink pearl as thanks.

Personality and characteristics

Spoink is deeply attached to its pearl, and quickly becomes frantic and weak without it. Out of desperation, Spoink has a habit of using Psychic to place any round objects on its head in an attempt to replace the pearl. After a while, even not-so-round objects are placed on its head, including an angry Electrode, much to the dismay of those around it.

Moves used

Spoink Confuse Ray.png
Using Confuse Ray
Move First Used In
Psychic Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend
Confuse Ray Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend
Psybeam Clamperl of Wisdom
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Trivia

  • In the English dub of Clamperl of Wisdom, James refers to Spoink as male by stating "One must admire his suave movements."

Groudon

Groudon
グラードン Groudon
Monsu Island Groudon.png
Groudon
Debuts in Gaining Groudon
Gender Unknown
Ability Drought
Current location In Monsu Island's volcano
Groudon
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Groudon N/A
Activating Drought

Groudon was revealed to be in Team Aqua's possession and was shown sleeping in a containment chamber in Gaining Groudon.

In The Scuffle of Legends, Pikachu, who had become possessed by the Blue Orb, awakened Groudon. It subsequently broke out of the chamber and destroyed Team Aqua's ship. Groudon then nullified Kyogre's Drizzle with its Drought, caused Monsu Island's volcano to erupt, and stopped Kyogre's tsunami waves with its powerful Solar Beam. It was able to get the upper hand and defeat Kyogre in battle due to Brock and May's interference. Eventually, the Blue and Red Orbs left the bodies of Pikachu and Archie, respectively, and de-materialized. Afterwards, Groudon returned to Monsu Island's volcano to rest.

Personality and characteristics

Groudon's personality is unknown as it was only seen awakened once. However, Groudon may be somewhat helpful, as it awoke in order to stop Kyogre from destroying Monsu Island with a tsunami wave.

Moves used

Groudon Fissure.png
Using Fissure
Move First Used In
Solar Beam The Scuffle of Legends
Fissure The Scuffle of Legends
Mud Shot The Scuffle of Legends
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Kyogre

Kyogre
カイオーガ Kaiorga
Monsu Island Kyogre.png
Kyogre
Debuts in Gaining Groudon
Gender Unknown
Ability Drizzle
Current location In the ocean
Kyogre
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Kyogre N/A
Activating Drizzle

Kyogre first appeared in Gaining Groudon, where it was sleeping in a containment room aboard Team Magma's ship. Maxie explained that Team Magma had captured Kyogre in order to ruin Team Aqua's plans of expanding the ocean. However, Team Aqua had Groudon in their possession, so the two organizations agreed to trade the two super-ancient Legendary Pokémon on Monsu Island. Simultaneously, a counter-operation saw Team Aqua's Shelly infiltrate Team Magma's ship in disguise as a Team Magma Grunt, allowing her to free Kyogre. After being freed, Kyogre escaped Team Magma's ship and leaped into the ocean. Archie used the Red Orb to control Kyogre and ordered it to destroy Team Magma's ship with Hyper Beam. It was later seen sleeping in a containment chamber onboard Team Aqua's submarine. Kyogre once again escaped after Team Rocket failed to catch it with their electrified net.

In The Scuffle of Legends, Kyogre was swimming off the coast of Monsu Island, where its presence caused a heavy downpour and strong winds. Using the Red Orb, Archie took control of Kyogre again and had it attack Lance's Dragonite before fighting Lance's Gyarados. After Groudon appeared, which nullified the weather, Kyogre fought Groudon. May's Beautifly and Brock's Mudkip distracted Archie and Kyogre was then defeated by Groudon's Solar Beam. The two orbs separated from Archie and Pikachu, so Kyogre was no longer filled with rage. Despite Archie being saved by Dragonite, Ash and Pikachu fell into the ocean, but both were rescued by Kyogre. Meanwhile, both the Blue and Red Orbs went into the sky and disappeared. Afterwards, Kyogre returned to the depths of the ocean.

Personality and characteristics

Kyogre's personality is unknown as it was only seen under the control of Archie. However, it was shown to be immensely powerful, causing large storms and tsunami waves that almost destroyed Monsu Island. It returned to being a peaceful giant and saved Ash and Pikachu from drowning.

Moves used

Kyogre Hyper Beam.png
Using Hyper Beam
Move First Used In
Hyper Beam Gaining Groudon
Hydro Pump The Scuffle of Legends
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Deoxys


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Deoxys
デオキシス Deoxys
Solana Deoxys Speed Forme.png
Deoxys in Speed Forme
Debuts in Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Kanto
Deoxys
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Deoxys Unknown

Deoxys first appeared in Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1), where it emerged from a portal in the sky. As Max saw Deoxys, he experienced a vision as soon as it went back into another portal.

Later, Solana went into a cave that was the source of the geomagnetic disturbances she had been investigating. She went on her own originally, but ended up allowing Ash and his friends to tag along since she spotted Max behind some bushes. At the end of the cave, Deoxys emerged from a portal above a meteorite. It ended up battling Ash, his friends, and Solana. Solana tried capturing Deoxys with her Capture Styler, but the effort failed because it had to be in Normal Forme for a successful capture to be accomplished. Everyone later learned from Meowth that Deoxys was in pain. Max climbed up the meteorite that Meowth and Deoxys were standing on. Deoxys created a Safeguard around the group, during which Max found out that, during the space flight, it was cold and scared. Deoxys then teleported the two to its world.

In Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 2), Deoxys continued telling Max its story. After Ash and the others returned to the cave, Deoxys emerged from its world. Everyone evacuated the cave as the meteorite was overloading with energy while Deoxys returned to its dimension. Deoxys emerged from the portal again with Max and Meowth still inside. The group had another battle with it in an attempt for Solana to recapture it. During the battle, Meowth and Max were able to escape the alternate dimension. Sceptile battled Deoxys in order to get it to change into Normal Forme, and once it did, Solana successfully captured Deoxys. Solana then had it use Recover to heal itself and protect the group from the meteorite's strong blast of energy. With the disturbance gone, Deoxys left, hoping to visit the planet even more.

Personality and characteristics

Moves used

Normal Forme
Deoxys Psychic.png
Using Psychic
Move First Used In
Safeguard Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)
Psychic Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)
Recover Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 2)
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Attack Forme
Deoxys Psycho Boost.png
Using Psycho Boost
Move First Used In
Psycho Boost Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
Defense Forme
Deoxys Protect.png
Using Protect
Move First Used In
Protect Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Diamond & Pearl series

Lake guardians

Main article: Lake guardians (anime)

Mesprit

Mesprit

Dawn saw the projected soul of Mesprit near Lake Verity in Following A Maiden Voyage!.

A statue and silhouette of the same Mesprit appeared in A Secret Sphere of Influence.

Mesprit itself appeared in The Needs of the Three!, where it, along with Uxie, came to Lake Valor after Azelf was captured. However, it was also captured by J and Team Galactic, but before it was captured, it used Future Sight with Uxie, destroying her ship later on. It was then controlled by the team to help fulfill its goal. In The Battle Finale of Legend!, after breaking from their control with the help of Dawn's Piplup and Cynthia's Garchomp, it helped in stopping Cyrus's plot to use Dialga and Palkia.

Mesprit also appeared in PK21 with Uxie and Azelf, serving Pikachu and his friends some apples.

Azelf

Azelf

Azelf appeared in spirit form (much like Mesprit did to Dawn in Following a Maiden's Voyage!) to Ash in Pruning a Passel of Pals!.

Azelf first appeared in its physical form in The Needs of the Three!, where it was the first to be captured by J and Team Galactic. It was then controlled by the team to help fulfill its goal. In The Battle Finale of Legend!, after breaking from their control with the help of Ash's Pikachu and Staraptor, it helped stop Cyrus's plot to use Dialga and Palkia.

Azelf also appeared in PK21 with Uxie and Mesprit, serving Pikachu and his friends some apples.

Uxie

Uxie

Uxie's "soul" appeared to Brock in Uncrushing Defeat!, much in the same way those of Mesprit and Azelf appeared to Dawn and Ash, respectively.

Uxie appeared in its physical form in The Needs of the Three!, where it, along with Mesprit, came to Lake Valor after Azelf was captured. However, it was also captured by J and Team Galactic, but before that happened, it used Future Sight with Mesprit, destroying J's ship later on. It was then controlled by the team to help fulfill its goal. In The Battle Finale of Legend!, after breaking from their control with the help of Brock's Croagunk and Ash's Gliscor, it helped in stopping Cyrus's plot to use Dialga and Palkia.

Uxie also appeared in PK21 with Azelf and Mesprit, serving Pikachu and his friends some apples.

Marill


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Marill
マリル Maril
Marill PK.png
Marill
Debuts in Pikachu's Exploration Club
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Marill
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Marill Unknown N/A

A Marill with the ability to Sing appeared in Pikachu's Exploration Club, Pikachu's Ice Adventure, Pikachu's Big Sparking Search, and Pikachu's Big Mysterious Adventure. It seems to be similar to Jigglypuff in that it is offended whenever its listeners fall asleep and responds by inflating itself in anger.

Personality and characteristics

As stated before, this Marill is very similar to the recurring Jigglypuff as it loves to sing for an audience and gets furious when its audience falls asleep on it. The only difference between Marill and Jigglypuff is that Jigglypuff scribbles on the audience, whereas Marill uses Tail Whip on the audience.

Moves used

Marill PK Sing.png
Using Sing
Move First Used In
Sing Pikachu's Exploration Club
Tail Whip Pikachu's Exploration Club
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Hippopotas

Hippopotas
ヒポポタス Hippopotas
Hippopotas anime.png
Hippopotas
Debuts in Mass Hip-Po-Sis!
Gender Male
Ability Unknown
Current location Sinnoh
Hippopotas
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Hippopotas Chie Satō

Hippopotas made his first appearance in Mass Hip-Po-Sis!, where Ash, with the aid of his friends, rescued the Pokémon from being trapped upon a high ledge. Rhonda and her Sinnoh Now crew revealed that they were on assignment filming a herd of Hippo Pokémon. It was then discovered that Hippopotas was lost, having been separated from its herd. As a result, Ash and his friends helped Hippopotas find his way back. Like a few other Pokémon, Hippopotas seemed to like riding atop of Ash's head.

Team Rocket attempted to steal Hippopotas multiple time for Giovanni, but their plans were foiled each time. All the while, Jessie had trouble saying the Pokémon's species name. Hippopotas fell into a stream after one of Team Rocket's attempts to capture him. With the assistance of Nurse Joy, Ash and his friends fetched a sackful of dry sand to help Hippopotas recover. Later, the group were able to reunite Hippopotas with his herd.

Hippopotas's second and final appearance was in Sleight of Sand! with his father, Hippowdon. In this episode, Butch and Cassidy also wanted to kidnap the Hippo Pokémon, but they failed.

Personality and characteristics

Hippopotas is a happy-go-lucky Pokémon that enjoys being close to its herd of family and friends. He wags his tail when excited. Hippopotas was initially anxious and even bit down on Ash's hand when they first met in Mass Hip-Po-Sis. After he was rescued from a precarious situation and offered some food, Hippopotas became incredibly friendly towards Ash and his friends. He has a healthy appetite and can swallow a large apple whole. In Sleight of Sand, Hippopotas instantly recognized the group and happily greeted them.

Moves used

Hippopotas Sand-Attack.png
Using Sand Attack
Move First Used In
Yawn Mass Hip-Po-Sis!
Sand Attack Mass Hip-Po-Sis!
Sand Tomb Mass Hip-Po-Sis!
Sandstorm Sleight of Sand!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Trivia

  • Hippopotas's tendency to use Yawn seems to mirror Jigglypuff's love for singing.
  • Although Hippopotas weighs 109.1 pounds in the games, Ash has no problem carrying him. This is an example of anime physics.

Best Wishes series

Zekrom

Zekrom
ゼクロム Zekrom
Zekrom anime.png
Zekrom
Debuts in In the Shadow of Zekrom!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Zekrom
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Zekrom N/A

Zekrom first appeared in In the Shadow of Zekrom!, where it was hiding in a dark storm cloud. It zapped electricity at Pikachu, subsequently disabling him of using his Electric powers. This was not found out until Ash's first battle with Trip, which Ash lost thanks to this temporary loss.

In Enter Iris and Axew!, Zekrom appeared once more and caused a thunderstorm. The storm hit Pikachu again and he regained his Electric powers.

Zekrom made further appearances in flashbacks.

Personality and characteristics

Zekrom's personality remains a mystery as seen in both of its appearances where it hid in the clouds.

Moves used

Zekrom Thunder.png
Using Thunder
Move First Used In
Thunder In the Shadow of Zekrom!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Forces of Nature

Main article: Forces of Nature (anime)

Tornadus

Tornadus
Therian Forme Tornadus

A Tornadus debuted in the main series in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1. He appeared in Milos Island's legend and then attacked unexpectedly when Ash, his friends and Lewis tried to summon Landorus. Once Thundurus appeared, the two engaged in a fierce battle. He then appeared in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2, where he ultimately was calmed by Landorus.

Tornadus appeared in both of his Formes in Unova's Survival Crisis!, where he was summoned to the Abyssal Ruins by Giovanni and sent on a rampage alongside Thundurus and Landorus. Eventually, he was freed by Meloetta and departed.

Thundurus

Thundurus
Therian Forme Thundurus

A Thundurus made his TV episode debut in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1 and Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2. It appeared on Milos Island after Team Rocket destroyed its shrine, then began fighting with Tornadus. Later, when Landorus tried to stop them, they fought Landorus together, even after Jessie, James, Meowth and Dr. Zager tried to capture them.

Thundurus appeared in both of his Formes in Unova's Survival Crisis!, where he was summoned to the Abyssal Ruins by Giovanni and sent on a rampage alongside Tornadus and Landorus. Eventually, the three were freed by Meloetta and departed.

Landorus

Landorus
Therian Forme Landorus

Landorus made his debut in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1. He appeared in the legend of Milos Island related to Ash and his friends by Lewis, and later appeared at the end of the episode when called to stop the battle of Tornadus and Thundurus. He then appeared in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2, where he managed to subdue the other members of the Forces of Nature.

Landorus appeared in both of his Formes in Unova's Survival Crisis!, where he was summoned to the Abyssal Ruins by Giovanni and sent on a rampage alongside Tornadus and Thundurus. Eventually, the three were freed by Meloetta and departed.

Meloetta

Meloetta
Main article: Meloetta (anime)

Meloetta began following Ash and his friends in An Epic Defense Force!. It is the first Mythical Pokémon to follow the group, although Victini did in White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram and Celebi would have in a dropped storyline during the original series.

Reshiram

Reshiram
レシラム Reshiram
Reshiram anime.png
Reshiram
Debuts in The Name's N!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Reshiram
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Reshiram N/A

Reshiram first appeared in The Name's N! in a flashback N had during his time in his castle. It flew away when the castle was set on fire.

It reappeared in Secrets From Out of the Fog! in another flashback, following N's admission that he was once a member of Team Plasma. In this flashback, it was revealed that Reshiram was responsible for burning the castle.

Reshiram reappeared in a flashback in Ash and N: A Clash of Ideals!.

Reshiram was revived from the Light Stone in What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!. Following the revival, Colress zapped it with his machine and Ghetsis took control of it. Because of Pikachu and Reshiram rebelling against the machine, Colress and Ghetsis lost control of Reshiram. Before Reshiram flies off, N stopped it and said that he always wanted to meet it. N asked Reshiram how it felt when it saw everyone battle against evil in the ruins, and Reshiram silently responded to him by looking at him.

N also asked if it could believe in humans as they believe in Pokémon. He then told Reshiram that just like it, he will keep fighting for the ideal world that everyone can live in. Reshiram accepted N's request and flew away peacefully into the sky.

Personality and characteristics

Reshiram's personality is largely a mystery, as it was only seen in flashbacks and under the control of Ghetsis. However, it appears to have a close association with N, and it is able to effectively commune with him.

Moves used

Reshiram Fusion Flare.png
Using Fusion Flare
Move First Used In
Fusion Flare What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!
Blue Flare What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


XY series

Malamar

Malamar
カラマネロ Calamanero
Malamar anime.png
Malamar
Debuts in A Conspiracy to Conquer!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Malamar
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Malamar Kensuke Satō Marc Thompson

Malamar first appeared in A Conspiracy to Conquer!. Unlike most wild Pokémon, this Malamar is an independently evil being who conspires to change the face of the world. It hypnotized an Officer Jenny who went to investigate at a radio observatory. As a result, she became Madame X. Together, the two went to a dark cave where Team Rocket were and hypnotized them, save for Meowth, who quickly slashed up his own face with Fury Swipes. With Team Rocket in tow, Malamar found the whereabouts of Ash and his friends by a tree. It took Pikachu with them and forced him to be under their control.

By the time Ash, his friends, and Meowth arrived in the observation chamber of the radio observatory, Malamar cruelly took control of Clemont, Bonnie, and Serena. The Automatic Pikachu Retrieving Device that Clemont built earlier entered the observatory and crashed into Malamar, breaking its control over everyone it hypnotized. Officer Jenny went back to normal and explained what happened. Malamar revealed that it tricked them into believing that Madame X was a real person and it was using her as its pawn. Malamar also revealed that Madame X's goal of taking over the world was a lie and hopes to reconstruct the world using a mind control machine. Angered at Malamar's lies and dishonesty, Ash, Officer Jenny, and the gang went after Malamar who led them to a room containing the system of great significance. Since everyone saw what Malamar was doing, it destroyed the weapon that it was building and fled.

Malamar with its two fellow Malamar

Malamar reappeared in Facing the Grand Design! where it had recruited two other Malamar in a plan to distort the world using energy crystals. Malamar and the other two hypnotized the top scientists in Kalos to build the energy crystals. Afterwards, they stole three delivery trucks and recklessly drove them with the crystals to the Grace Tower to get their plan in action. When Team Rocket went to the top of Grace Tower, the Malamar trio spotted them after Inkay became furious at the one particular Malamar for what it did to them previously. Malamar was unable to find the Team Rocket trio after they fled.

Malamar discovered the trio along with Ash, his friends, and the Officer Jenny who it had hypnotized before. The three of them caught Ash, his friends (with the exception of Clemont), Jessie, and Officer Jenny by keeping them frozen in the air through Psychic, leaving Clemont, Meowth, James and Inkay to save the day. Malamar and the other two were defeated after being subdued by James's Inkay, a group of good Malamar and other wild Inkay who James and Clemont had brought to help, their crystals were deactivated by Officer Jenny's Manectric. Despite their defeat and Officer Jenny pointing it out, all of the crystals combined into one and the evil Malamar went in them as a method of escape, allowing all three of them to avoid capture and thus destroying any evidence of their plan. Before they left, they claimed they were heading into the future but swore they would return to fight once more and their plan would succeed someday.

Personality and characteristics

Unlike most Pokémon, Malamar is a cruel and evil Pokémon with a mysterious dark past. Though there have been many mischievous, manipulative and misunderstood Pokémon in the series, the wild Malamar are unique for being one of the only to seek world dominion without any known human influence. Malamar had no trouble with its plans for world domination as it hypnotized people and Pokémon to do its bidding. However, Trainers with a strong bond with their Pokémon such as Ash with Pikachu and James with Inkay are able to break free of Malamar's hypnotic control, or by pain as seen in Meowth's case, snapping out of it by scratching himself - or others such as Ash - repeatedly in the face. The three evil Malamar are shown to be psychopaths for they showed no signs of remorse, guilt, or redemption after their plans were stopped by Ash and his friends. They're also shown to be very merciless when their leader brainwashed several Pokémon, Ash's friends, Team Rocket, Pikachu and Officer Jenny and forced them to attack Ash and Meowth without any decency or mercy. They even lack a sense of honor and morality as shown when they refused to accept defeat or learn from their previous mistakes.

Moves used

Malamar Psychic.png
Using Psychic
Move First Used In
Hypnosis A Conspiracy to Conquer!
Psychic A Conspiracy to Conquer!
Dark Pulse Facing the Grand Design!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Rayquaza

Rayquaza
レックウザ Rayquaza
Recurring Rayquaza anime.png
Rayquaza
Mega Rayquaza anime.png
As a Mega Rayquaza
Debuts in Mega Evolution Special II
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location In the ozone layer
Rayquaza
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Rayquaza N/A

Rayquaza first appeared in Mega Evolution Special II, where its slumber was disturbed by Alain and the gang when they excavated a giant megalith. It appears in a fit of rage and violently attacked, fighting against Alain and Steven with their Mega Charizard X and Shiny Mega Metagross, gaining the upper hand before destroying the megalith with Draco Meteor. It then left and returned to the ozone layer.

It reappeared in Mega Evolution Special III, where it stopped a battle between Primal Kyogre and Primal Groudon.

Personality and characteristics

Not much was seen of Rayquaza's personality as it was mostly seen in a fit of rage. However, it was shown to stop the violent clash between Primal Kyogre and Primal Groudon when the two clashed.

Moves used

Mega Rayquaza Draco Meteor.png
Using Draco Meteor as
Mega Rayquaza
Move First Used In
Dragon Pulse Mega Evolution Special II
Dragon Ascent Mega Evolution Special II
Draco Meteor Mega Evolution Special II
Hyper Beam Mega Evolution Special III
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Kyogre

Kyogre
カイオーガ Kyogre
Primal Kyogre anime.png
Primal Kyogre
Debuts in Mega Evolution Special II
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Kyogre
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Kyogre N/A

Kyogre made a cameo appearance in Mega Evolution Special II, where it was shown being awakened by the presence of the Giant Rock.

It played a significant role in Mega Evolution Special III. Lysandre first alerted Alain and Steven to Kyogre's appearance off the coast of Sootopolis City, where it was shown in its primal state. It soon clashed with Primal Groudon over the Giant Rock. It also fought Steven's Mega Metagross, and was almost defeated by it until Metagross was beaten by Mega Rayquaza. Kyogre was quickly defeated by Mega Rayquaza's Dragon Ascent and reverted back to its normal forme.

Kyogre reappeared in flashbacks during Cloudy Fate, Bright Future! and The First Day of the Rest of Your Life!.

Personality and characteristics

Primal Kyogre was fixated on the Giant Rock and was prepared to attack anyone who interfered. It was heavily reliant on Origin Pulse in battle and used Sheer Cold to transform the ocean into an icy wasteland to its own advantage.

Moves Used

Primal Kyogre Origin Pulse.png
Using Origin Pulse
Move First Used In
Origin Pulse Mega Evolution Special III
Sheer Cold Mega Evolution Special III
Ice Beam Mega Evolution Special III
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Groudon

Groudon
グラードン Groudon
Primal Groudon anime.png
Primal Groudon
Debuts in Mega Evolution Special II
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Groudon
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Groudon N/A

Groudon made a cameo appearance in Mega Evolution Special II, where it was shown being awakened by the presence of the Giant Rock.

It played a bigger role in Mega Evolution Special III, where it was shown in its primal state. As it made its way to the Giant Rock it left a trail of boiling magma behind it, making the area incredibly warm. It fought with Primal Kyogre over the Giant Rock and defeated Alain's Charizard. Primal Groudon was quickly defeated by Mega Rayquaza's Dragon Ascent and reverted back to its normal forme.

The same Groudon reappeared in flashbacks during Cloudy Fate, Bright Future! and The First Day of the Rest of Your Life!.

Personality and characteristics

Primal Groudon was fixated on the Giant Rock and was prepared to attack anyone who interfered with its plans. Not much was seen of Groudon's personality as it was mostly seen in a fit of rage.

Moves Used

Primal Groudon Solar Beam.png
Using Solar Beam
Move First Used In
Precipice Blades Mega Evolution Special III
Eruption Mega Evolution Special III
Solar Beam Mega Evolution Special III
Hyper Beam Mega Evolution Special III
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Wooper

Wooper
Main article: Wooper (anime)

Prior to the events of A Slippery Encounter!, Wooper was close friends with a lone Goomy who lived in the wetlands. The two were very happy together and often played with the rest of the Pokémon in the wetlands. One day, while Wooper and Goomy were playing together in a lake, the wetlands were invaded by a Florges and her Bug-type and Poison-type army. During the chaos, Wooper became separated from its friend Goomy as Goomy landed on a fleeing Swanna.

Florges

Main article: Florges (anime)
Florges

Florges made her debut in Defending the Homeland! where she was the presumed leader of the group of Pokemon attacking Goodra's wetland. In the end she was defeated by Goodra's Ice Beam. She did this to protect a Floette, and joined forces with Team Rocket. She reappeared in Beyond the Rainbow!, where she learned of Team Rocket's deception and teamed up with Goodra to help defeat them. She reappeared in Master Class is in Session!, Performing a Pathway to the Future!, and A Diamond in the Rough!.

Zygarde

Zygarde debuted in Mega Evolution Special IV, and is a central figure in the XY&Z arc of the XY series. There are two separate Zygarde Cores, both of which were the targets of Team Flare.

Squishy

Main article: Squishy

One Zygarde Core is known by Team Flare by the code name Z1, nicknamed Squishy by Bonnie. It formerly traveled with Ash and his friends.

Z2

Main article: Z2

One Zygarde Core is known by Team Flare by the code name Z2.

Sun & Moon series

Guardian deities

The Guardian deities make several appearance in the anime, the most prominent being Tapu Koko. They play an important part in the story line, especially in the case of the Solgaleo and Lunala, their pre-evolutions, as well as the Ultra Beasts.

Tapu Koko

In the anime
Tapu Koko
カプ・コケコ Kapu-Kokeko
Tapu Koko anime.png
Tapu Koko
Debuts in Alola to New Adventure!
Gender Unknown
Ability Electric Surge
Current location Melemele Island
Tapu Koko
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tapu Koko Rikako Aikawa Erica Schroeder‎
Electric Surge activated

Tapu Koko first appeared in Alola to New Adventure!, in which it dropped a couple of Sitrus Berries on a wild Bewear, which ended up chasing after Ash and his Pikachu. Ash saw it later in the episode, but he wasn't sure what it was, until he described it to Professor Kukui and his classmates, and they told him what the Pokémon he saw was. Near the end of the episode, Ash heard some cries, which led to him meeting Tapu Koko in person. It gave Ash a Z-Ring, equipped with an Electrium Z.

In the following episode, Tapu Koko came across Ash and his classmates as they were enjoying lunch, and it stole Ash's hat. It flew off to a nearby forest, where it waited for Ash to battle it. After a couple of attacks, Tapu Koko came up to Ash and activated his Electrium-Z, leading Ash to command his Pikachu to use his first Z-Move, Gigavolt Havoc on Tapu Koko. Despite the attack creating a big explosion, Tapu Koko protected itself with its armor and did not receive any damage. After that, Tapu Koko flew off, ending its battle with Ash.

Tapu Koko reappeared in To Top a Totem!, in which Hala informed Ash about the Tapu Koko that he met earlier. Later in the episode, it watched Ash's battle against a Yungoos, a Gumshoos and a Totem Gumshoos in Verdant Cavern.

In the following episode, Tapu Koko stole the Fightinium Z which Hala was about to give Ash for defeating him in the island challenge, and replaced it with an Electrium-Z, much to Ash and Hala's surprise.

Tapu Koko reappeared in A Guardian Rematch!, in which it had a rematch against Pikachu and was able to withstand Gigavolt Havoc. The match ended with no clear winner after Pikachu fell off a cliff, which Tapu Koko helped to save Ash and Pikachu from.

Tapu Koko reappeared in A Dream Encounter!, in which it and the other guardian deities sensed the birth of a Cosmog nicknamed Nebby. The next day, it led Ash to Nebby, then flew away.

It next appeared in the Poké Problem segment of SM050, where it sensed Nebby's evolution from Cosmog into Cosmoem. In the following episode, it appeared at Poni Island together with the other guardian deities.

In Revealing the Stuff of Legend!, Tapu Koko and the other guardian deities revealed that they were the ones who took Nebby to Melemele Island, where Ash would eventually find and take care of it. At the Altar of the Sunne, the four guardian deities performed a ritual that allowed Nebby to evolve into Solgaleo. When Ash received a Solganium Z from Nebby, he found that it was unable to fit in his regular Z-Ring. Tapu Koko then took the Z-Ring, and through a dance, it and the other guardian deities upgraded the Z-Ring into a Z-Power Ring so Ash could properly use Solgaleo's Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash. The four then dispersed after seeing Nebby carry Ash and his friends through the Ultra Wormhole.

Tapu Koko made several appearances in Rise and Shine, Starship!. First, it witnessed Celesteela's discovery by Sophocles, and later watched it fly off towards the moon.

Tapu Koko reappeared in Twirling with a Bang!, watching as the Ultra Guardians helped send Blacephalon and Xurkitree home.

Tapu Koko reappeared in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where it helped defend Lunala against Necrozma. It later watched as Hala saw the sunrise during the Manalo Festival.

In Securing the Future!, Tapu Koko attacked the Matori Matrix's aircraft in order to prevent them from going through an Ultra Wormhole to chase after Necrozma. Later, it, its fellow guardian deities, and the rest of Alola helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Tapu Koko reappeared again in SM100, where it engaged Ash and Pikachu in a battle, only to transport them to another world with the assistance of a Shiny Tapu Koko.

Personality and characteristics

Tapu Koko appears to be a serious Pokémon, but despite this character trait, it didn't seem to mind Pikachu playing with its arm in Revealing the Stuff of Legend!. Tapu Koko is shown to be very interested in Ash and is often seen observing him. It has shown a strong desire to challenge Ash and test his skills, even stealing Ash's hat in order for him to follow and battle it. Tapu Koko also appears to have great faith in Ash, entrusting him a Z-Ring and an Electrium Z as well as leaving Nebby in his care. Tapu Koko also appears to not tolerate impulsive behavior from other people. For example, when Gladion arrogantly yelled at the guardian deities out of impatience, it gave him an angry stare, telling him to wait. It has shown to take an interest in the Ultra Guardian's work at helping Ultra Beasts as seen in Rise and Shine, Starship! and Twirling with a Bang!.

Moves used
Tapu Koko Discharge.png
Using Discharge
Move First Used In
Dazzling Gleam The Guardian's Challenge!
Electric Terrain The Guardian's Challenge!
Nature's Madness A Guardian Rematch!
Discharge A Guardian Rematch!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.
In the TCG

Tapu Koko is featured in the TCG. The following is a list of cards featuring Tapu Koko.

Tapu Koko
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Tapu Koko Lightning       Ash vs Team Rocket Deck Kit   007/026
 


Tapu Lele


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Tapu Lele
カプ・テテフ Kapu-Tetefu
Tapu Lele anime.png
Tapu Lele
Debuts in Partner Promises!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Akala Island
Tapu Lele
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tapu Lele Risa Shimizu‎ Unknown

Tapu Lele debuted in Partner Promises!, where Ash and Pikachu on Treasure Island. It was seen floating over the ocean, and scattered its glowing scales all over Ash to heal the wounds inflicted on him while he was rescuing a trapped Wimpod. Afterwards, it took off into the sky. After Ash returned to Professor Kukui's house, Rotom Pokédex identified it as a Tapu Lele.

Tapu Lele reappeared in The Island Whisperer!, during a flashback and a fantasy. It appeared again in Trials and Determinations!, flying over Ash, his classmates, Olivia, and Professor Kukui, after Ash's grand trial against Olivia.

Tapu Lele reappeared in Rising from the Ruins!, where it battled Ash's Rockruff and won easily. When Olivia and Gladion's Lycanroc brought it to be healed by the guardian deity. When Tapu Lele seemed to be incapable of completely healing Rockruff, it attacked the two Lycanroc until Ash arrived and stepped in to protect them. It then used Draining Kiss to drain energy from Ash and the two Lycanroc, allowing it to heal Rockruff. Tapu Lele also stayed to watch as Rockruff subsequently evolved into a Dusk Form Lycanroc in the light of the setting sun, smiling happily as it the floated away afterwards.

Tapu Lele was seen briefly in A Dream Encounter!, where it and the other Guardian deities had sensed the birth of a Cosmog nicknamed Nebby. In Family Determination!, it appeared at Poni Island together with the other guardian deities.

In Revealing the Stuff of Legend!, Tapu Lele and the other guardian deities revealed that they were the ones who took Nebby to Melemele Island, where Ash would eventually find and take care of it. At the Altar of the Sunne, the four guardian deities performed a ritual that allowed Nebby to evolve into Solgaleo. When Ash received a Solganium Z from Nebby, he found that it was unable to fit in his regular Z-Ring. Tapu Koko then took the Z-Ring, and through a dance, it and the other guardian deities upgraded the Z-Ring into a Z-Power Ring so Ash could properly use Solgaleo's Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash. The four then dispersed after seeing Nebby carry Ash and his friends through the Ultra Wormhole.

Tapu Lele reappeared in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where it watched Olivia as she observed the sunrise during the Manalo Festival.

In Securing the Future!, Tapu Lele, its fellow guardian deities, and the rest of Alola helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Personality and characteristics

As a guardian deity, Tapu Lele seems to be a kind and caring Pokémon, willingly using its scales to heal humans and Pokémon, such as Ash and a wild Yungoos, even if it doesn't know them. It also greatly enjoys battling other Pokémon that catch its interest, but its cruel sense of innocence is shown when it seemingly fails to realize that its attacks seriously hurt opponents much weaker than itself. This was demonstrated in Rising from the Ruins!, where it challenged Ash's Rockruff and defeated it easily, acting gleefully happy the whole time.

Moves used
Tapu Lele Dazzling Gleam.png
Using Dazzling Gleam
Move First Used In
Psychic Terrain Rising from the Ruins!
Dazzling Gleam Rising from the Ruins!
Draining Kiss Rising from the Ruins!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Tapu Bulu

Tapu Bulu
カプ・ブルル Kapu-Bulul
Tapu Bulu anime.png
Tapu Bulu
Debuts in A Dream Encounter!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Ula'ula Island
Tapu Bulu
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tapu Bulu Unshō Ishizuka (SM044-SM090) Sam Black

Tapu Bulu first appeared in A Dream Encounter!, where it reacted to Nebby's creation. In Family Determination!, it appeared at Poni Island together with the other guardian deities.

In Revealing the Stuff of Legend!, Tapu Bulu and the other guardian deities reveal that they were the ones who took Nebby to Melemele Island, where Ash would eventually find and take care of it. At the Altar of the Sunne, the four guardian deities performed a ritual to allow Nebby, now a Cosmoem, to evolve into Solgaleo. When Ash received a Solganium Z from Nebby, he found that it was unable to fit in his regular Z-Ring. Tapu Koko then took the Z-Ring, and through a dance, it and the other guardian deities upgraded the Z-Ring into a Z-Power Ring so Ash could properly use Solgaleo's Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash. The four then dispersed after seeing Nebby carry Ash and friends through the Ultra Wormhole.

It made its first solo appearance in Some Kind of Laziness!, where Ash and Acerola visited it at the Ruins of Abundance. Ash requested that Tapu Bulu help train his team so that he may face the Island Kahuna Nanu in a rematch. While it initially ignored Ash so it could continue sleeping, Tapu Bulu eventually agreed to help. By planting seeds and growing them into trees, Tapu Bulu helped Ash's Rowlet learn Razor Leaf. Later, it deliberately dirtied Ash's Lycanroc's fur by pushing it into the water, angering Lycanroc into its berserk state until Ash calmed it down. After seeing the bond Ash and Lycanroc shared, Tapu Bulu agreed to battle with them. Though the battle ended without a victor, Tapu Bulu was impressed when Lycanroc proved to be a powerful opponent with its newly-learned Stone Edge.

Tapu Bulu reappeared in Guiding an Awakening!, where it watched Ash's battle against Nanu and dropped two Sitrus Berries for Lycanroc to consume.

Tapu Bulu reappeared in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where it watched Nanu and Acerola as they observed the sunrise during the Manalo Festival.

In Securing the Future!, Tapu Bulu, its fellow guardian deities, and the rest of Alola helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Personality and characteristics

It appears to be more serious and subdued, compared to the more expressive Tapu Lele and Tapu Fini. In Some Kind of Laziness!, Tapu Bulu was shown to be a fairly lazy Pokémon due to the fact that it constantly like to sleep on a rock in the Ruins of Abundance. Despite this, once it saw how determined Ash was to help his Lycanroc, Tapu Bulu battled the Wolf Pokémon with everything it had. Tapu Bulu was also shown to be very happy for Lycanroc when it got over its aversion to having its fur become wet or dirty.

Tapu Bulu has been shown as being kind to Pokémon, as evident in Guiding an Awakening!, when it dropped some Sitrus Berries for Lycanroc to consume during its battle against Nanu following Lycanroc's defeat of Sableye.

Moves used
Tapu Bulu Horn Leech.png
Using Horn Leech
Move First Used In
Grassy Terrain Revealing the Stuff of Legend!
Wood Hammer Some Kind of Laziness!
Horn Leech Some Kind of Laziness!
Solar Beam Some Kind of Laziness!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Tapu Fini


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Tapu Fini
カプ・レヒレ Kapu-Rehire
Tapu Fini anime.png
Tapu Fini
Debuts in A Dream Encounter!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Poni Island
Tapu Fini
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tapu Fini Unknown Unknown

Tapu Fini first appeared in A Dream Encounter!, where it reacted to Nebby's creation. In Family Determination!, it appeared at Poni Island together with the other guardian deities.

In Revealing the Stuff of Legend!, Tapu Fini and the other guardian deities reveal that they were the ones who took Nebby to Melemele Island, where Ash would eventually find and take care of it. At the Altar of the Sunne, the four guardian deities performed a ritual to allow Nebby, now a Cosmoem, to evolve into Solgaleo. When Ash received a Solganium Z from Nebby, he found that it was unable to fit in his regular Z-Ring. Tapu Koko then took the Z-Ring, and through a dance, it and the other guardian deities upgraded the Z-Ring into a Z-Power Ring so Ash could properly use Solgaleo's Z-Move, Searing Sunraze Smash. The four then dispersed after seeing Nebby carry Ash and friends through the Ultra Wormhole.

In Securing the Future!, Tapu Fini, its fellow guardian deities, and the rest of Alola helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Personality and characteristics

While little is known about Tapu Fini's personality, it appears to be a caring Pokémon, as it was shown holding a sleeping Nebby before leaving it for Ash to find.

Moves used
Tapu terrains.png
Using Misty Terrain
Move First Used In
Misty Terrain Revealing the Stuff of Legend!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Shiny Tapu Koko

Tapu Koko
カプ・コケコ Kapu-Kokeko
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Shiny Tapu Koko
Debuts in SM100
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Ultra Ruin Melemele Island
Tapu Koko
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tapu Koko Unknown N/A

This Shiny Tapu Koko (Japanese: カプ・コケコ Kapu-Kokeko) is the guardian of the alternate world Melemele Island of the Ultra Ruin.

History

The Shiny Tapu Koko first appeared in SM100, where it assisted its regularly-colored counterpart in transporting Ash and Pikachu to the Ultra Ruin during Ash's battle with the latter. It reappeared in SM101.

Personality and characteristics
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Bewear

Main article: Bewear (anime)
Bewear

Bewear debuted in Alola to New Adventure!, where she accidentally scared off Ash and Pikachu while trying to greet the newcomers. In Loading the Dex!, she met Team Rocket and took them to her den in the forest. Since then, she has apparently appointed itself as Team Rocket's caretaker while in Alola, sharing her food with them and rescuing them every time they are about to be defeated and sent flying.

Pikipek


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Pikipek
ツツケラ Tsutsukera
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Pikipek
Debuts in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Melemele Island
Pikipek
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Pikipek Unknown Kate Bristol (SM004-SM018)
The Pikipek's Eggs

A group of Pikipek is part of a family led by a Trumbeak and a Toucannon that lives in a forest on Melemele Island. The Pikipek are bred from Pokémon Eggs by Toucannon. By mistake, a Rowlet was born into the nest of Pikipek. The Rowlet would grow up alongside the Pikipek but would never be fully accepted by them, Trumbeak, and Toucannon.

The Pikipek first appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!, taking fruit from the citizens of Hau'oli City. The people of Melemele Island allow the group of Pikipek to take their fruit so that people and Pokémon can live in harmony. The next day, the Pikipek and Trumbeak invaded Bewear's den and took the berries. Later, back at their nest, the group was attacked by Team Rocket who were trying to get Bewear's berries back. Even though having been banished from the group earlier, Rowlet saved them. They thanked it and then watched as Rowlet left the group to join Ash.

Three of them reappeared in A Seasoned Search!, where they were briefly reunited with Rowlet when Ash and Mallow visited its nest to see if its flock knew where to find Yellow Nectar. However, they didn't know where to find it.

Five of them reappeared in SM097, when Rowlet visited the group family after losing to Hau and his Dartrix.

Personality and characteristics

The Pikipek are shown to be friendly Pokémon and seem to have a good bond with Rowlet. They are usually seen together as a flock and follow Trumbeak around whenever they are collecting fruit.

Trumbeak


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Trumbeak
ケララッパ Kerarappa
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Trumbeak
Debuts in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Melemele Island
Trumbeak
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Trumbeak Unknown Michael Liscio Jr.

Trumbeak is part of a family of Pikipek led by a Toucannon that lives in a forest on Melemele Island. Its exact position in the group is unknown, although it is the second-in-command after Toucannon. By mistake, a Rowlet was born into the nest of Pikipek. The Rowlet would grow up alongside the Pikipek but would never be fully accepted by them, Trumbeak, and Toucannon.

Trumbeak first appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!, leading the Pikipek in taking fruit from the citizens of Hau'oli City. The people of Melemele Island allow the group of Pikipek to take their fruit so that people and Pokémon can live in harmony. After taking the fruit back to their nest, it was discovered that Rowlet had accidentally brought a wind chime instead of fruit. Trumbeak scolded Rowlet for this and banished it from the group.

The next day, Trumbeak led the Pikipek out once to more to get more food and invaded Bewear's den and took all the berries. Returning to the nest, Trumbeak congratulated Rowlet who had returned with a melon before the group was attacked by Team Rocket who were trying to get Bewear's berries back. With help from Ash, Rowlet managed to save them. They thanked it, with Trumbeak hugging Rowlet and then watched as Rowlet left the group to join Ash.

Trumbeak reappeared in A Seasoned Search!, where it was briefly reunited with Rowlet when Ash and Mallow visited its nest to see if its flock knew where to find Yellow Nectar. However, they didn't know where to find it.

Trumbeak reappeared in Securing the Future! alongside Toucannon, where they helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Trumbeak reappeared in SM097, when Rowlet visited the group family after losing to Hau and his Dartrix. Trumbeak used Bullet Seed alongside Toucannon, which helped teach Rowlet how to use Seed Bomb.

Personality and characteristics

Trumbeak and Rowlet

Trumbeak has been shown to be rather stern, but caring all the same. It scolded Rowlet when it failed to bring food back to the nest and became annoyed at Rowlet when it fell asleep as it was telling Rowlet off. Despite being annoyed towards Rowlet, Trumbeak praises it when it returned with a melon and is thankful, as seen when Rowlet helped save them from Team Rocket. It even gave Rowlet a hug as it left to join Ash's team. This was seen again in SM097, where it welcomed Rowlet back into its flock and helped teach it how to use Seed Bomb.

Moves used

Toucannon Bullet Seed.png
Using Bullet Seed
Move First Used In
Bullet Seed First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Toucannon


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Toucannon
ドデカバシ Dodekabashi
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Toucannon
Debuts in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Melemele Island
Toucannon
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Toucannon Unknown Marc Swint
Toucannon hatching the Pikipek Eggs

Toucannon is the leader of a group of Pikipek and one Trumbeak that lives in a forest on Melemele Island. Toucannon is responsible for hatching the Pikipek from Pokémon Eggs, while it leaves the hunt for food to Trumbeak and the Pikipek. By mistake, a Rowlet was born into the nest of Pikipek. The Rowlet would grow up alongside the Pikipek but would never be fully accepted by them, Trumbeak, and Toucannon.

Toucannon first appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!, waiting at its nest for the Pikipek, Trumbeak, and Rowlet to return with fruit. When it turned out Rowlet had accidentally brought a wind chime instead of fruit, Trumbeak gave it a scolding and banished it from the group. The next day as the Pikipek and Trumbeak were out looking for food, Toucannon was thinking back to the time where Rowlet's egg hatched among the Pikipek when Rowlet returned with a melon just as the group was attacked by Team Rocket who were trying to get Bewear's berries back. With help from Ash, Rowlet managed to save them. Ash planned to catch Rowlet, but upon seeing it happy with its family, he decided not to. Nevertheless, Toucannon successfully encouraged Rowlet to join Ash.

Toucannon reappeared in A Seasoned Search!, where it was briefly reunited with Rowlet when Ash and Mallow visited its nest to see if its flock knew where to find Yellow Nectar. However, they didn't know where to find it.

Toucannon reappeared in Securing the Future! alongside Trumbeak, where they helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of their Z-Power.

Toucannon reappeared in SM097, when Rowlet visited the group family after losing to Hau and his Dartrix. Trumbeak used Bullet Seed alongside Toucannon, which helped teach Rowlet how to use Seed Bomb.

Personality and characteristics

Toucannon is shown to have a caring personality as shown when it was looking after the young Pikipek and Rowlet. Toucannon was shown to be worried for Rowlet after it was banished from the group, as seen when it was pacing about the nest, remembering the time Rowlet accidentally hatched from an Egg. Toucannon is also shown to get annoyed if someone touches its beak, as seen when Rotom did so to see if it felt hot, making Toucannon intentionally heat up its beak to burn Rotom.

Toucannon is shown as being helpful towards Rowlet even after it left the family. This was seen in SM097, where, after Rowlet's loss to Hau and Dartrix, Toucannon helped it learn Seed Bomb, which would later be essential to Rowlet's victory in a rematch against Dartrix.

Moves used

Toucannon Bullet Seed.png
Using Bullet Seed
Move First Used In
Bullet Seed First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Stoutland


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Stoutland
ムーランド Mooland
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Stoutland
Debuts in That's Why the Litten is a Scamp!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Unknown
Stoutland
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Stoutland Unknown Marc Thompson
Stoutland and Litten

Stoutland was a friend of a Litten that wandered around Melemele Island. It was an elderly Pokémon that Litten looked out for, by giving it food, and keeping it company. Ash intended to catch Litten but he gave up when he discovered the Pokémon giving food and company to Stoutland.

Stoutland reappeared in They Might Not Be Giants!, where it and Litten moved under a canal bridge. It encountered Ash's Rowlet and Lana's Popplio when the two had become separated from their Trainers, and instructed a reluctant Litten to guide them back.

Stoutland reappeared once again in One Journey Ends, Another Begins..., visibly worse in condition and coughing constantly. It had attempted to teach Litten Fire Fang by demonstrating it, but Litten ended up hurting itself when it attempted to bite a rock. Stoutland later collapsed, and Litten ran off to get Ash's help, who proceeded to carry it to a Pokémon Center. Stoutland was taken into the center's emergency room and hooked up to an electrocardiogram as it was attended to by the center's Nurse Joy and her Blissey and Comfey. Nurse Joy came out to the waiting room to inform Ash that Stoutland was not ill or injured, and Litten rushed through the open door to check on Stoutland while the two humans agreed that they knew what was going to happen.

Stoutland later left the Pokémon Center and returned to its home under the bridge with Litten, unsuccessfully attempting to teach it Fire Fang again and falling asleep during Litten's turn. After curling up into Stoutland afterwards, Litten awoke in fear after a dream where it was unable to keep up with Stoutland and discovered it had disappeared. Stoutland's disappearance and Litten's unsuccessful search for it coincided with a heavy rainstorm. After being found by Ash, Litten chased a tree's last leaf when it was blown away by the wind after the rain stopped. It then discovered a cloud formation shaped like Stoutland smiling down upon it.

Stoutland briefly reappeared in Treasure Hunt, Akala Style! during a flashback.

Personality and characteristics

Stoutland was shown to having a caring side where it got Litten to help return Ash's Rowlet and Lana's Popplio to its Trainers, despite Litten's reluctance. Stoutland is shown to be kind and helpful as shown in One Journey Ends, Another Begins... where before it disappeared, it was helping to teach Litten how to use Fire Fang.

Moves used

Stoutland Fire Fang.png
Using Fire Fang
Move First Used In
Fire Fang One Journey Ends, Another Begins...
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Exeggutor


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Exeggutor
ナッシー Nassy
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Exeggutor
Debuts in Partner Promises!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Treasure Island
Exeggutor
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Exeggutor Unknown Unknown

A group of Alolan Exeggutor are a group of Pokémon that can be found on Treasure Island. They first appeared in Partner Promises!, when Ash and Pikachu visited the island. They allowed Ash and Pikachu to play with them before leaving. They reappeared when Pikachu requested their assistance in helping free a trapped Wimpod.

They reappeared in SM102, when Ash and Pikachu visited Treasure Island alongside his classmates and Misty.

Personality and characteristics

The Exeggutor are shown as being playful, as seen when they allowed Ash, his classmates, Misty, and their Pokémon to join them in their games. They are happy to allow people to climb on their heads or backs and then tip them into the water. At least one Exeggutor is shown to be ticklish, as seen in SM102, when Misty ticked its foot whilst underwater.

In addition to being playful, the Exeggutor are shown to be kind and helpful, as seen in Partner Promises!. At Pikachu's request, they helped to lift Ash up, allowing him to free a trapped Wimpod.

Oranguru

Main article: Oranguru (anime)
Oranguru

Oranguru debuted in Mallow and the Forest Teacher!, in which it took care of a lost and injured Mallow and later helped her and Abe reconcile.

Solgaleo

Main article: Nebby
Nebby

A Cosmog made its debut in A Dream Encounter!, in which it was found and taken by Ash. It was later nicknamed Nebby by Lillie. In Faba's Revenge!, it evolved into Cosmoem; and then, it fully evolved into Solgaleo in Revealing the Stuff of Legend!.

Stufful

Stufful
ヌイコグマ Nuikoguma
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Stufful
Debuts in A Dream Encounter!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Bewear
Stufful
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Stufful Nicole Fujita N/A

Sometime prior to A Dream Encounter!, Wicke of the Aether Foundation found Stufful trapped under a fallen tree. After freeing Stufful, Wicke took it to Aether Paradise to recover. Over time, the two became close.

Stufful first appeared in A Dream Encounter!, in a video on Professor Kukui's television. It was one of the Pokémon included in a presentation on Professor Burnet as the fifteenth recipient of the "Alola Woman on the Year" award and her workplace, Aether Paradise. It appeared again when Ash and his classmates visited Aether Paradise in Deceiving Appearances!.

During a plot by Team Rocket to steal the Pokémon at Aether Paradise in SM096, Stufful met and became attached to Jessie, although it refused to be caught. When Bewear came to pick up Team Rocket, Bewear recognized Stufful as its child and took them all back to its den. While doing so, it allowed Stufful to spin a helicopter blade that would allow them to fly.

Personality and characteristics

Stufful and Bewear together

Stufful was shown to be a carefree Pokémon, constantly walking throughout the conservation area of Aether Paradise. It is also a very affectionate Pokémon, as shown in SM096, where it grew attached to Jessie by grabbing on to the back of her hair.

Nihilego


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Nihilego
ウツロイド Uturoid
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Nihilego
Debuts in Faba's Revenge!
Gender Genderless
Ability Unknown
Current location Ultra Deep Sea
Nihilego
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Nihilego Unknown Unknown

In Faba's Revenge!, Faba created an Ultra Wormhole using Nebby's power. After appearing in the Aether Foundation basement laboratories, Nihilego promptly knocked out Faba before reaching out for Lillie. However, she was protected by Lusamine, who was captured instead and then taken through the Wormhole. After attaching itself to Lusamine, it started playing on her desires and reduced her mentality to that of a child's.

As such, when Gladion, Ash, and his classmates came to save her in Rescuing the Unwilling!, she instead ran away, releasing her Pokémon enhanced by Nihilego's power as a deterrent. Nihilego also used various other means to deter the children, but in the end was cornered by Ash, Lillie, and Gladion. When Lillie managed to get through to Lusamine, Nihilego interfered, trying to keep Lusamine to itself. In the end, Ash managed to defeat it using 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt in 10,000,000 Reasons to Fight!, allowing Lusamine to separate from it.

A Nihilego made an appearance in the past, where it attacked Lillie, and was then in turn attacked by Silvally. However, it is uncertain if it is the same one.

Personality and characteristics

Nihilego has been shown to be a very hostile Pokémon, attacking anyone on sight and even kidnapping Lusamine. According to Gladion, Nihilego might have an interest in humans, which is why it fused itself with Lusamine, in an attempt to learn more about them.

Moves used

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Using Double Team
Move First Used In
Double Team Faba's Revenge!
Venoshock Faba's Revenge!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Grandpa Forest


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Grandpa Forest
ジジーロン Jijilong
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Drampa
Debuts in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Melemele Island
Drampa
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Drampa Unknown Unknown

Drampa debuted in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!, being nicknamed Grandpa Forest. In the past, it saved a young Lana and Mallow when they fell off a cliff. It reunited with them in the present day, when it also helped Harper and Sarah. It reappeared in SM096, where it was put to sleep by Jigglypuff after hearing it sing.

Personality and characteristics

Drampa is shown to be a friendly Pokémon, as seen in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!, where it helped to save Lana, Mallow, Harper and Sarah.

Moves used

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Using Twister
Move First Used In
Twister Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Naganadel


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Naganadel
アーゴヨン Agoyon
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Naganadel
Debuts in The Shape of Love to Come!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Poipole's home world
Naganadel
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Naganadel Yoshino Ohtori Unknown

Naganadel debuted in The Shape of Love to Come! in Ash's Poipole's dream. It made its physical debut in The Prism Between Light and Darkness!, where it encountered the Ultra Guardians after they arrived in its home world with Lunala's help. After being healed, Naganadel telepathically told everyone how Necrozma lost its light saving the world from a meteor, causing everything to become a dark and barren wasteland. Afterwards, the Ultra Guardians decided to help restore Naganadel's world by sharing their Z-Power with Necrozma in order to turn it back to its former self.

In Securing the Future!, Naganadel helped Necrozma regain its true form by giving it some of its Z-Power. Once successful, Necrozma turned back into Ultra Necrozma and restored Naganadel's home world to its former glory. As the Ultra Guardians prepared to leave, Naganadel informed Ash that Poipole wished to stay behind and protect its home, much to Ash's sadness.


Voice actors in the speaking scene

Language Voice actor
Japanese 水内清光 Yoshino Ohtori


Lunala


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Lunala
ルナアーラ Lunala
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Lunala
Debuts in Filling the Light with Darkness!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Alola
Lunala
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Lunala Unknown N/A

Lunala first appeared in Filling the Light with Darkness!, where it was playfully chasing Nebby through an Ultra Wormhole. However, both of them soon found themselves being chased by Necrozma. Lunala later emerged out of the Ultra Wormhole at the Altar of the Sunne, appearing before Ash, his classmates, Gladion, Lusamine, Wicke, Faba, and Professor Burnet, with Necrozma still chasing it.

Lunala merged with Necrozma

Lunala reappeared in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where Necrozma continued to chase it around Melemele Island. Despite the best efforts of Tapu Koko, Necrozma was able to merge with Lunala, becoming Dawn Wings Necrozma. Lunala was later freed when Nebby appeared and forced Necrozma to separate from it. Lunala was subsequently taken to the Ultra Guardians base below the Pokémon School to be healed. Later, Lunala was able to recover itself by using the energy emitted from Ash, Kiawe, Lana, and Gladion's Z-Rings.

In The Prism Between Light and Darkness!, Lunala turned into its Full Moon phase and traveled through an Ultra Wormhole with the Ultra Guardians, whereupon they arrived at Poipole's home world. While the Ultra Guardians stayed back to assist Naganadel at Poipole's home, Lunala went ahead to face Necrozma. Later, Lunala was defeated by Necrozma, but was rescued by Gladion's Silvally.

In Securing the Future!, Lunala helped Necrozma by giving it some of its Z-Power. The attempt was successful in getting Necrozma to let go of Nebby, but it also angered Necrozma into attacking everyone again. After giving Gladion a Lunalium Z, Lunala and Gladion performed Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom while Ash and Nebby used Searing Sunraze Smash. The combined Z-Moves successfully gave Necrozma enough light to regain its true form and restore Poipole's home world back to normal. Afterwards, it, Nebby, and the Ultra Guardians went back to Alola.

Personality and characteristics

Lunala in its Full Moon phase

Lunala is shown to have a caring attitude towards humans, as evident in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where it saved Lillie, a girl it barely knew, from falling when she was knocked off her Ride Altaria. Lunala is also been shown as being playful, as evident by the way it was chasing Nebby through an Ultra Wormhole.

Moves used

Lunala Moongeist Beam.png
Using Moongeist Beam
Move First Used In
Moongeist Beam Full Moon and Many Arms!
Phantom Force Full Moon and Many Arms!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Z-Moves used

Picture Z-Move First Used in Base Move
Lunala Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom.png Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom Securing the Future! Moongeist Beam
Description: Lunala's Trainer turns Lunalium Z clockwise in their Z-Power Ring and strikes a series of synchronized poses to build Z-Power. Lunala then flies into it air and activates its Full Moon phase to unleash six blue beams that blast the opponent.

Necrozma


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Necrozma
ネクロズマ Necrozma
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Necrozma
Debuts in Filling the Light with Darkness!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Poipole's home world
Necrozma
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Necrozma Unknown N/A

Necrozma first appeared in Filling the Light with Darkness!, where it chased after Nebby and Lunala in an Ultra Wormhole. They emerged out of the Ultra Wormhole at the Altar of the Sunne, appearing before Ash, his classmates, Gladion, Lusamine, Wicke, Faba, and Professor Burnet.

It reappeared in Full Moon and Many Arms!, where, despite the best efforts of Tapu Koko and the Ultra Guardians, it was able to merge with Lunala and form Dawn Wings Necrozma. In this state, a special unit from Team Rocket attempted to catch it, but it was able to break through the net easily. Nebby then appeared and attacked Necrozma with Sunsteel Strike, forcing it to separate from Lunala. However, Necrozma then merged with Nebby to form Dusk Mane Necrozma, and left through another Ultra Wormhole.

In The Prism Between Light and Darkness!, the Ultra Guardians and Lunala followed Necrozma through an Ultra Wormhole and arrived at Poipole's home world. While Lunala went ahead to face Necrozma again, the Ultra Guardians stayed behind with Naganadel and were told of how Necrozma lost its light saving the world from a meteor. Afterwards, the Ultra Guardians found Lunala in the process of being defeated by Necrozma and rescued it. Intent on freeing Nebby and restoring Poipole's home world, Ash, Kiawe, Lana, and Gladion fired simultaneous Z-Moves at Necrozma, hoping that their Z-Power would restore Necrozma to its true self as the Blinding One.

In Securing the Future!, Necrozma absorbed the Z-Moves, but that wasn't enough to get it to let go of Nebby. However, with the combined Z-Power of the Ultra Guardians and their allies back in Alola, Necrozma was filled with enough light to release Nebby from its grasp. Despite their success, Necrozma was only angered by the attempt and attacked everyone so it could absorb Nebby once again. With the Z-Crystals they received from Nebby and Lunala, Ash and Gladion performed Searing Sunraze Smash and Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom, respectively. The two Z-Moves fully restored Necrozma back to its original self, Ultra Necrozma. Necrozma then used its power to restore Poipole's home world back to its previous state. Afterwards, Necrozma appeared in Alola before dissipating into light.

In the anime, the Aether Foundation, assuming that Necrozma is an Ultra Beast, gives it the codename (Japanese: UB:BLACK UB: Black).

Personality and characteristics

In its weakened, black state, Necrozma was shown to be a highly aggressive Pokémon. It had a strong desire to absorb the light emitted by Lunala, determinedly chasing it all the way to Alola. It also took out anything that stood in its way, such as Nebby when it fought to protect Lunala. According to a legend regarding Necrozma, it was once a benevolent Pokémon that gave light to the Alola region along with the other members of the Light trio. This benevolent side was first seen in a flashback in The Prism Between Light and Darkness!, where it stopped a meteor from crashing into Poipole's world.

Upon being restored to its original form, Necrozma became a benevolent being once again, using its regained power to restore Poipole's world back to its original lustrous, green state.

Forms

See also: List of Pokémon with form differences → Necrozma
Necrozma Dawn Wings Dusk Mane
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Mantine


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Mantine
マンタイン Mantain
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Mantine
Debuts in Eevee, Where Are You Going? Episode 2
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location At sea
Mantine
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Mantine Unknown N/A

Mantine first appeared in the second episode of the Eevee, Where Are You Going? shorts. It rescued Eevee after it was accidentally knocked off a boat by a passing by Wailord. In the third episode of the segment, they decided to try Mantine Surfing on a nearby wave. Eevee initially kept getting knocked off whenever Mantine did a flip, Eevee eventually learned how to time its jumps with Mantine's flips, allowing it to stay on Mantine's back. Mantine reappeared in the fourth episode of the segment, where, after arriving at Alola, it said its farewells to Eevee and headed back out to sea. It reappeared in a flashback in SM099.

It made its main series debut in SM102, where it met up with Nagisa again and helped it Mantine Surf with Lana. Later, it and several other Mantine were captured by Team Rocket before being rescued by Ash and his classmates. Afterwards, it and the other Mantine returned to the sea.

Personality and characteristics

Mantine is shown to be a kind Pokémon, as seen by its rescue of Eevee and its befriending of Lana, despite them being total strangers.

Guzzlord

Guzzlord
アクジキング Akuziking
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Guzzlord
Debuts in SM100
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Somewhere in Ultra Space
Guzzlord
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Guzzlord Shin'ichirō Miki N/A

Guzzlord first appeared in SM100, where it attacked Ash and Pikachu in the Ultra Ruin before Dia and his Zeraora intervened, driving it off. Dia later revealed to Ash that Guzzlord was the cause of the devastation of his home world. In SM101, Ash and Dia sent Guzzlord through an Ultra Wormhole and back to its home world, with the help of the Shiny Tapu Koko, who made it possible for Z-Moves to be used again in the Ultra Ruin.

Personality and characteristics

Guzzlord is shown to be a strong Pokémon, managing to stand the attacks of five different Pokémon at once. Guzzlord is also a ruthless Pokémon, attacking people and Pokémon without mercy, and is capable of causing mass destruction. Unlike other Ultra Beasts in the anime, Guzzlord resisted being sent through an Ultra Wormhole; it was either unable to understand its significance, or simply refused to return to its home world.

Recurring Pokémon that have been caught

Nine Pokémon that recurred in the anime were later caught, six by Ash, one by Clemont, one by Jessie, and one by Lana.



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