Casey's Meganium

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Casey's Meganium
ナナコのメガニウム Nanako's Meganium
Poké Ball
Casey Meganium.png
Casey's Meganium
Debuts in The Double Trouble Header
Caught at New Bark Town
Evolves in The Bug Stops Here!
Prior to Here's Lookin' At You, Elekid!
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Casey
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This Pokémon spent 45 episodes as Chikorita and at most 100 episodes as Bayleef.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Chikorita Satomi Koorogi
As Bayleef Satomi Koorogi
As Meganium Satomi Koorogi

Casey's Meganium (Japanese: ナナコのメガニウム Nanako's Meganium) is Casey's first Pokémon. She obtained it as a Chikorita the day before Ash, Misty, and Brock arrived at Professor Elm's lab.

History

As a Chikorita

Original series

Casey first appeared with her Chikorita in The Double Trouble Header. It had just helped her to catch a Rattata when she met Ash and his friends. She challenged Ash to a Pokémon battle. Ash defeated all three of her Pokémon including Chikorita with his Charizard. Later, Casey used Chikorita again to battle Ash's Pikachu and, thanks to the type advantage, Chikorita was able to resist Electric-type attacks. The battle ended without a winner being declared, however, because Team Rocket attacked both Trainers during the match and captured all of the Pokémon. In the end, Chikorita joined Pidgey, Rattata, and Ash's Pokémon to send Team Rocket blasting off.

Chikorita reappeared in a flashback in The Chikorita Rescue.

As a Bayleef

In The Bug Stops Here, Chikorita was used during the Bug-Catching Contest, despite having a disadvantage in the competition. When they were attacked by Team Rocket, Casey used her Chikorita again, and during the battle, it evolved into Bayleef and sent Team Rocket blasting off. Despite everything, Casey and Bayleef were unable to win the competition.

When Ash and his friends met up with Casey again in Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid!, her Bayleef was now fully evolved into a Meganium. During the search for Ash's Larvitar, Meganium was one of the Pokémon affected by the power of James's newly acquired Weepinbell. Casey used Meganium to defeat Jessie's Arbok, but despite its efforts, it was no match for Jessie's Pokémon. Later, Casey used Meganium in a battle against a wild Elekid. Although Elekid was powerful, it was defeated by Meganium, allowing Casey to catch it.

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

Meganium and Casey

In A Date with Delcatty, Meganium was beside Casey as she was trying to find out about a mysterious note that Misty received. Later, Meganium was used alongside Misty's Corsola in a Tag Battle against Butch's Mightyena and Cassidy's Sableye. Meganium and Corsola proved to be very powerful and easily defeated their opponents.

In Those Darn Electabuzz!, Meganium joined Casey's Beedrill and Elekid to stop a runaway Charizard from advancing. Despite their strength, the trio couldn't keep the Fire-type Pokémon from away. Meganium later appeared with the other Pokémon to cheer on and help train Corey Demario's own Pokémon.

Personality and characteristics

Meganium shares a close bond with Casey, often being seen outside of its Poké Ball. It appears to share Casey's fighting spirit and enjoys her renditions of the Electabuzz fight song. Meganium is also a fierce battler, evolving into a Bayleef just so that it could help Casey during the Bug-Catching Contest.

Moves used

Casey Meganium Razor Leaf.png
Using Razor Leaf
Casey Chikorita Sweet Scent.png
Using Sweet Scent as a Chikorita
Move First Used In
Tackle The Double Trouble Header
Vine Whip The Double Trouble Header
Sweet Scent The Double Trouble Header
Razor Leaf  The Double Trouble Header
Solar Beam  Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid
Body Slam  A Date with Delcatty
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Chikorita, Bayleef, and Meganium.



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