Gary's Electivire

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Gary's Electivire
シゲルのエレキブル Shigeru's Elekible
Poké Ball
Gary Electivire.png
Gary's Electivire
Debuts in Home Is Where the Start Is!
Caught at Sinnoh
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Gary
466
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Electivire Unshō Ishizuka (AG192-DP151)
Kenta Miyake (JN068)
Bill Rogers

Gary's Electivire (Japanese: シゲルのエレキブル Shigeru's Elekible) was a Pokémon that Gary caught in the Sinnoh region, and his only Pokémon known to have been obtained after he became a Pokémon Researcher.

In the anime

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

Electivire in its debut

Electivire was caught during Gary's journey through Sinnoh sometime during his research in this region. Its first appearance was in Home Is Where the Start Is!. It looked as if it was a wild Electivire at first because it was shooting apples by itself from a tree with its Thunderbolt. Team Rocket attempted to take it by capturing it in an electricity-proof net. It looked as if they were about to succeed until Gary showed up and told it to use Iron Tail to cut free of the net. In the end, it zapped and blasted Jessie, James, and Meowth off with Thunder Punch to finish.

Ash was impressed by Electivire, but as he looked it up on his Pokédex, there was no data on it. Ash then wanted to battle it, but Gary said to come back to the lab first. Once there, Ash sent out his Pikachu to fight Electivire. Unfortunately for him, Electivire proved too much for Pikachu to handle and he ended up losing. When Gary left for Sinnoh, he took Electivire with him.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Electivire and Gary

Electivire appeared again in Ill-Will Hunting! as it fought by Gary's side against Pokémon Hunter J and her henchmen in order to protect the Shieldon from being captured. It was called on again to sabotage J's ship, using Thunderbolt to cause explosions and then tackling J's henchmen with Umbreon to allow Ash to retrieve Shieldon.

Gary used Electivire and Umbreon to battle against Saturn's Toxicroak in The Needs of the Three!, when trying to stop Pokémon Hunter J from giving the three lake guardians to the Team Galactic Commander. However, Toxicroak had both of them under control at all times. When Electivire attempted to use Thunder to stop Hunter J, it was badly hurt by Toxicroak's Poison Jab before it could attack.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Gary used Electivire to battle against a wild Moltres in Advice to Goh!, alongside Ash's Pikachu. After landing a Thunder attack, Moltres flew off, but not before leaving a burning feather behind, allowing Gary to complete his Trial Mission and earn a token from Project Mew.

Personality and characteristics

Since its introduction, Electivire has also become one of Gary's most used Pokémon. In contrast to Paul's Electivire, Gary's Electivire seems to be more jolly and sportful, as seen in its debut and battle with Ash's Pikachu.

Moves used

Gary Electivire Protect.png
Using Protect
Move First Used In
Thunderbolt Home Is Where the Start Is!
Iron Tail Home Is Where the Start Is!
Thunder Punch Home Is Where the Start Is!
Protect Home Is Where the Start Is!
Thunder  The Needs of the Three!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Moves improvised

Picture First Used In Moves Involved Partnered With
Thunderbolt Thunder combo 1.png
Thunderbolt Thunder combo 2.png
Advice to Goh! Thunderbolt and Thunder Ash's Pikachu
Description: A combination between Thunderbolt and Thunder. Pikachu fires a Thunderbolt while Electivire uses Thunder and the two attacks combine to create a gigantic bolt of yellow electricity. This was used in a battle against a wild Moltres.

In the manga

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Electivire appears alongside Gary in JNM20.

Related articles

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


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