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Ash Ketchum
サトシ Satoshi
Ash SM
Ash Ketchum in the Sun & Moon series
Age 10
Gender Male
Eye color Brown
Hair color Black
Hometown Pallet Town
Region Kanto
Relatives Anime: Delia (mother)
Unnamed father (EP002)
Unnamed grandfather (EP002, Japanese version only)
Manga: Mother
Trainer class Trainer
Game counterpart Red
Anime debut Pokémon - I Choose You!
English voice actor Veronica Taylor
(EP001-AG145)

Sarah Natochenny
(AG146-present, MoMP re-dub)

Jamie Peacock
(MoMP original dub)
Japanese voice actor Rica Matsumoto
Manga counterpart(s) Red, Red, Template:Adv, Red, Ash Ketchum, Satoshi, Shu

Ash Ketchum (Japanese: サトシ Satoshi) is the main character of the Pokémon anime. He is also the main character of various manga based on the anime, including The Electric Tale of Pikachu, Ash & Pikachu, and Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl.

He is a Pokémon Trainer from Pallet Town whose goal is to become a Pokémon Master. He shares his Japanese name with the creator of the Pokémon franchise, Satoshi Tajiri. His English surname is a pun of the English motto, "Gotta catch 'em all!."

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In the animeEdit

CharacterEdit

FamilyEdit

PokémonEdit

Ash with his Pokémon

Ash with all his Pokémon as of The Dream Continues! (except for Squirtle and Primeape) at Professor Oak's lab

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Ash's full Alola party as of Rising from the Ruins!

As a Trainer, Ash has caught and befriended a sizable number of Pokémon over the course of the anime. His philosophy on training is that Pokémon are individuals and that a combination of trust, friendship and hard work are needed to overcome adversity. In fact, several of Ash's Pokémon were caught because they allowed him to, after he befriended them. He seems to battle best with Pokémon that are similar to Pikachu: ones that are speedy and maneuverable, yet able to perform high-powered attacks; however, he is willing to work with any Pokémon that comes into his care.

Ash's battle style is generally spontaneous and fairly unorthodox, and his Pokémon often reflect these traits. He has been shown to use unusual strategies. For instance, during the Diamond & Pearl series, he incorporated a twisting-spinning type maneuver in his Pokémon's offensive and defensive techniques, which eventually lead to him creating the original technique, Counter Shield. Also, sometimes he would use someone else's battle strategies as shown with Paul and Tierno, though when using the latter, Ash stated that his own unique strategy is the one he can truly count on, instead of simply mimicking others.

Ash is very attached to his Pokémon, and prefers to fight and train with them personally. Furthermore, he cares for their opinion, even giving them the option of whether they should evolve or not. As such, the majority of his Pokémon also share Ash's stubborn and reckless nature, persistently attempting to rise and continue the battle, even after receiving great amount of damage and being at the end of their rope. However, if it is by their own wish, or if he believes it is best for them, Ash will (if sometimes reluctantly) trade or release them, and in some cases, leave them with experienced individuals so that they could get stronger.

Though Ash normally catches five or more Pokémon per region (not including when he traveled through the Orange Archipelago and challenged the Battle Frontier in his second tour of Kanto), he rarely ever switches the Pokémon in his current party with those in storage at Professor Oak's Laboratory. He usually only did so when he participated against powerful opponents (such as Trainers in the Pokémon League Conferences, and Frontier Brains), or when attending certain events that requires a specific Pokémon (like Tauros at the Pokémon Swap Meet or Snorlax at the Sumo Conference). However, during the Best Wishes series, Ash actively cycled through the nine Pokémon he managed to catch in Unova, although these Pokémon, when not in his party, were instead kept in storage at Professor Juniper's lab in Nuvema Town. Near the end of his journey in Unova, Professor Juniper transferred all of Ash's Pokémon to Professor Oak's lab. Ash did not use this system of training in the following series.

Ash currently has ownership of 70 Pokémon, including all 30 of his Tauros. Including pre-evolutions, traded, released and given away Pokémon (and not including the additional Tauros), in total, Ash has currently officially owned a total of 84 different Pokémon species.

On handEdit

Ash Pikachu
Pikachu
Ash Rowlet
Rowlet
Ash Lycanroc
Rockruff → Lycanroc
Ash Litten
Litten

Travel withEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash currently travels with, but has not caught.

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Rotom Pokédex

With Professor OakEdit

This section shows the Pokémon that Ash keeps at Professor Oak's Laboratory.

Ash Bulbasaur
Bulbasaur
Ash Charizard
Charmander → Charmeleon → Charizard
Ash Kingler
Krabby → Kingler
Ash Muk
Muk
Ash Tauros
Tauros (×30)
Ash Snorlax
Snorlax
Ash Heracross
Heracross
Ash Bayleef
Chikorita → Bayleef
Ash Quilava
Cyndaquil → Quilava
Ash Totodile
Totodile
Ash Noctowl
Noctowl ShinyVIIStar
Ash Donphan
Egg → Phanpy → Donphan
Ash Swellow
Taillow → Swellow
Ash Sceptile
Treecko → Grovyle → Sceptile
Ash Corphish
Corphish
Ash Torkoal
Torkoal
Ash Glalie
Snorunt → Glalie
Ash Staraptor
Starly → Staravia → Staraptor
Ash Torterra
Turtwig → Grotle → Torterra
Ash Infernape
Chimchar → Monferno → Infernape
Ash Buizel
Buizel
Ash Gliscor
Gligar → Gliscor
Ash Gible
Gible
Ash Unfezant
Pidove → Tranquill → Unfezant
Ash Oshawott
Oshawott
Ash Pignite
Tepig → Pignite
Ash Snivy
Snivy
Ash Scraggy
Egg → Scraggy
Ash Leavanny
Sewaddle → Swadloon → Leavanny
Ash Palpitoad
Palpitoad
Ash Boldore
Roggenrola → Boldore
Ash Krookodile
Krokorok → Krookodile
Ash Talonflame
Fletchling → Fletchinder → Talonflame
Ash Hawlucha
Hawlucha
Ash Noivern
Egg → Noibat → Noivern

In trainingEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash still owns but are in the care of another Trainer.

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Squirtle
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Primeape

ReleasedEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash formally released into the wild.

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Caterpie → Metapod → Butterfree
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Pidgeotto → Pidgeot
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Lapras
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Froakie → Frogadier → Greninja ↔ Ash-Greninja
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Goomy → Sliggoo → Goodra

Traded awayEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash traded away.

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Raticate
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Aipom

Given awayEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash gave to another Trainer to keep for themselves.

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Beedrill

UnofficialEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash had bonded with over the course of several episodes but never officially caught.

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Haunter
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Egg → Larvitar
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Nebby

Ride PokémonEdit


This article is missing information on this character's English voice actor and Japanese voice actor.
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This section is for the Ride Pokémon Ash used.

A Poké Ride Sharpedo
Sharpedo
Ash was first seen riding a Poké Ride Sharpedo around Melemele Island.

None of Sharpedo's moves are known.

Debut Alola to New Adventure!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Bill Rogers
A Poké Ride Tauros
Tauros
Ash was first seen riding a Poké Ride Tauros around the Pokémon School.

None of Tauros's moves are known.

Debut The Guardian's Challenge!
A Poké Ride Lapras
Lapras
Ash was first seen riding a Poké Ride Lapras around Melemele Island.

None of Lapras's moves are known.

Debut Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!
A Poké Ride Pelipper
Pelipper
Ash was first seen riding a Poké Ride Pelipper around Alola.

None of Pelipper's moves are known.

Debut Young Kiawe Had a Farm!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Laurie Hymes
A Poké Ride Stoutland
Stoutland
Ash used a Poké Ride Stoutland around Akala Island.

None of Stoutland's moves are known.

Debut Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!

TemporaryEdit

This section is for the Pokémon that Ash temporarily partnered with, many of which were rented and belong to another Trainer, or were wild Pokémon that Ash temporarily teamed up with.

A Trainer's Pidgey
Pidgey
When Team Rocket attacked the Viridian City Pokémon Center, Ash, in an attempt to defend the Pokémon from Team Rocket's Ekans and Koffing, utilized a Pidgey, but their Ekans managed to intimidate it and force it to flee.

Because Pidgey fled before Ash could even attack, none of its moves are known.

Debut Pokémon Emergency!
A Trainer's Rattata
Rattata
When Team Rocket attacked the Viridian City Pokémon Center, Ash, in an attempt to defend the Pokémon from Team Rocket's Ekans and Koffing, utilized a Rattata, but their Ekans managed to intimidate it and force it to flee.

Because Rattata fled before Ash could even attack, none of its moves are known.

Debut Pokémon Emergency!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Jimmy Zoppi
Lara Laramie's Ponyta

Lara Laramie's Rapidash
Ponyta → Rapidash
Ash borrowed Rapidash from Lara Laramie when it was a Ponyta after Lara was injured and could not ride it in the race. It evolved into Rapidash while racing against Dario's Dodrio. Thanks to the speed gained through the evolution, Ash and Rapidash were able to win the race.

Rapidash's only known move is Stomp.

Debut The Flame Pokémon-athon!
Dr. Akihabara's Porygon
Porygon
Porygon was lent to Ash by Dr. Akihabara to help stop Team Rocket from stealing Pokémon from the Pokémon Center's PC system. After they escaped the computer world, Porygon was returned to Akihabara.

Porygon's known moves are Conversion, Tackle, and Sharpen.

Debut EP038
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
EP050
Egg → Togepi
Main article: Misty's Togepi

Ash found Togepi's Egg in Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon. When it hatched, Ash, Brock, Misty and Meowth fought when Togepi was born to decide who would get to raise it. Ash eventually won the four-way miniature tournament, but Togepi decided to stay with Misty instead.

Debut Who Gets To Keep Togepi?
Voice actors
Japanese Satomi Kōrogi
English Satomi Kōrogi
Pokémon League entrance exam instructor's Weezing
Weezing
The Pokémon League entrance exam instructor gave Ash a Weezing by having him choose his own set of Poké Balls provided by the instructor. It was used during the Pokémon League exam by battling the Instructor's Flareon and won.

Weezing's known moves are Smog, Smokescreen, Tackle, and Explosion.

Debut The Ultimate Test
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Eric Stuart
Pokémon League entrance exam instructor's Arbok
Arbok
The Pokémon League entrance exam instructor gave Ash an Arbok by having him choose his own set of Poké Balls provided by the instructor. It was used during a Pokémon League exam by battling the Instructor's Jolteon and lost.

Arbok's known moves are Glare and Wrap.

Debut The Ultimate Test
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Unshō Ishizuka
Pokémon League entrance exam instructor's Meowth
Meowth
Meowth was the final Pokémon used by Ash during the Pokémon League exam. It was up against the Instructor's Vaporeon in which Vaporeon froze the Meowth causing Team Rocket's Meowth to interfere with the battle by kicking the frozen one free. It was accidentally blasted off along with Team Rocket, but the temporary switch was fixed in the next episode.

Meowth's only known move is Fury Swipes.

Debut The Ultimate Test
Voice actors
Japanese Chiyako Shibahara
English Adam Blaustein
Hagatha's Hoothoot
Hoothoot
Ash, Brock and Misty borrowed Hoothoot from Hagatha in order to navigate the haunted forest. It was returned to her sister, Nagatha after they were able to find the exit.

Hoothoot's known moves are Foresight and Peck.

Debut Illusion Confusion!
Misty's Staryu
Staryu
Main article: Misty's Staryu

Ash borrowed Staryu from Misty for the Fire and Rescue Grand Prix in The Fire-ing Squad!. However, he did not win the contest and returned Staryu to her around the end of the episode.

Debut Clefairy and the Moon Stone
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Shin'ichirō Miki
Misty's Psyduck
Psyduck
Main article: Misty's Psyduck

Ash borrowed Psyduck from Misty for the Fire and Rescue Grand Prix in The Fire-ing Squad!. However, he did not win the contest and returned Psyduck to her around the end of the episode.

Debut Hypno's Naptime
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
English Michael Haigney
Ash's Seaking
Seaking
Ash hooked a Seaking during a Seaking fishing contest. It was released under park rules.

None of Seaking's moves are known.

Debut Hook, Line, and Stinker
Voice actors
Japanese Katsuyuki Konishi
English Eric Stuart
Arcky
Arcky
When Ash and Keegan were separated from Misty, Brock and Ramona, Keegan hurt his arm, so Ash took his place by riding Arcky.

Arcky's known moves are Take Down, Fire Spin, and Extreme Speed.

Debut The Stolen Stones!
Voice actors
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
English Shin'ichirō Miki
Officer Jenny's Pidgeot
Pidgeot
Ash flew on Officer Jenny's Pidgeot in order to catch up with a boat that was leaving to Littleroot Town.

None of Pidgeot's moves are known.

Debut Hoenn Alone!
Ash's Flygon
Flygon
Ash commanded Flygon and rode it throughout the sky while protecting Jirachi from Groudon.

Flygon's only known move is Hyper Beam.

Debut Jirachi: Wish Maker
Brock's Lombre
Lombre
Main article: Brock's Lombre

Ash commanded Brock's Lombre during the battle with Team Rocket since Brock stayed behind in a stadium to perform with Corphish while Ash and the others went after Team Rocket after they took Lombre instead of Mawile.

Debut The Lotad Lowdown
Voice actors
Japanese Miyako Itō
English Dan Green
Master Hamm's Hitmonlee
Hitmonlee
Ash borrowed Hitmonlee from Master Hamm to battle May with Hitmonchan after Master Hamm injured himself inadvertently.

Hitmonlee's known moves are Rolling Kick, Hi Jump Kick, Jump Kick, and Focus Punch.

Debut Pasta La Vista!
Voice actors
Japanese Unshō Ishizuka
English Michael Haigney
Dawn's Piplup
Piplup
Main article: Dawn's Piplup

Ash was the first to find Piplup in A Maze-ing Race!, when everyone was separated by Graveler's and Golem's Rollout. Piplup was commanded to use Bubble Beam to take care of various problems that happened in the maze.

Piplup went with Ash in Expedition to Onix Island! after getting separated from his Trainer on the island of Onix. Ash commanded Piplup to use Bubble Beam to fight a trio of them.

Debut Following A Maiden's Voyage!
Voice actors
Japanese Etsuko Kozakura
English Michele Knotz
Brock's Sudowoodo
Sudowoodo
Main article: Brock's Sudowoodo

Ash encountered Brock's Sudowoodo when the group was separated by Graveler and Golem. After stopping a fight, Ash went with Sudowoodo to get out of the maze and find Dawn and Brock. When they were found, Ash had Sudowoodo Mimic Pachirisu's Discharge to break a hole in the maze wall after finding them from the other side.

Debut From Cradle to Save
Voice actors
Japanese Daisuke Sakaguchi
English Bill Rogers
Dawn's Pachirisu
Pachirisu
Main article: Dawn's Pachirisu

Ash encountered Dawn's Pachirisu along with Piplup, Buizel and Sudowoodo when the group was separated by Graveler and Golem. It mostly worked with Sudowoodo's Mimic when it used Discharge.

Debut Twice Smitten, Once Shy
Voice actors
Japanese Chinami Nishimura
English Chinami Nishimura
The Pokémon Summer Academy's Raichu
Raichu
During the first day of the summer school academy, Ash was given a Raichu to train. It was called to battle Angie's Monferno and was able to put up a great fight. It had a very timid personality, digging into the ground when Ash first talked to it.

Raichu's known moves are Dig, Thunderbolt, Focus Punch, and Double Team.

Debut Camping It Up!
The Pokémon Summer Academy's Spoink
Spoink
Ash was given a Spoink in the first leg of the Pokémon Triathlon. He returned it after he was finished with the first part of the race.

None of Spoink's moves are known.

Debut One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!
Voice actors
Japanese Chie Satō
English Kayzie Rogers
The Pokémon Summer Academy's Mantyke
Mantyke
Ash was given a Mantyke for the second leg of the Pokémon Triathlon to ride across the lake. It was returned after the event was finished.

None of Mantyke's moves are known.

Debut One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!
A wild Luxio
Luxio
Ash temporarily helped a Luxio save a lost Wailmer from getting lost in the sewers.

Luxio's known moves are Discharge and Iron Tail.

Debut Leading a Stray!
A wild Cottonee
Cottonee
Ash temporarily commanded a wild Cottonee in order to help him win over a love interest. With Ash's assistance, he was able to learn to dodge attacks and aim his own attacks better.

Cottonee's known moves are Cotton Spore, Cotton Guard, Razor Leaf, and Energy Ball.

Debut Cottonee in Love!
Voice actors
Japanese Naomi Shindō
English Michele Knotz
A wild Cobalion
Cobalion
Main article: Swords of Justice (M15)

After Keldeo's battle against Kyurem, Ash temporarily rode on Cobalion when the Full Court was collapsing.

Debut Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice
Voice actors
Japanese Kōichi Yamadera
English H.D. Quinn
A wild Metapod

A wild Butterfree
Caterpie → Metapod → Butterfree
This Butterfree was found on Wayfarer Island as a Caterpie, where its lazy tendencies caused it to not evolve and be left behind by its swarm. To help it, Ash temporarily trained the wild Caterpie in order to help it evolve all the way to Butterfree so it wouldn't be left behind. Caterpie evolved into Metapod after it and Pikachu fended off a wild Ursaring. To save Pikachu from Team Rocket, it evolved into a Butterfree and teamed up with Pikachu to blast the trio away. Afterward, it shared a tearful goodbye with Ash as it returned to its swarm.

Butterfree's known moves are String Shot, Tackle, Confusion, and Psybeam.

Debut Butterfree and Me!
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa
English Rikako Aikawa (as Caterpie and Butterfree)
A borrowed Rhyhorn from Odyssey Village
Rhyhorn
Ash temporarily commanded a borrowed Rhyhorn, in order to participate at the Rhyhorn race held at Odyssey Village. In the beginning, it was difficult for Ash to handle Rhyhorn, but the two gradually learned to work together.

None of Rhyhorn's moves are known.

Debut Giving Chase at the Rhyhorn Race!
A wild Spewpa

A wild Vivillon
Scatterbug → Spewpa → Vivillon
This Scatterbug was stolen by Dolan and locked in a cage. The cage fell off the truck while Dolan was on the run from Officer Jenny, whereupon Ash and his friends found Scatterbug and prevented it from being recaptured by Dolan. It evolved into a Spewpa later on and when it had a battle with Dolan's Diggersby, it evolved into a Vivillon with an Elegant Pattern. Vivillon was then able to defeat Dolan and Diggersby.

Vivillon's known moves are Tackle, Protect, String Shot, Safeguard, and Stun Spore.

Debut To Catch a Pokémon Smuggler!
Voice actors
Japanese Rikako Aikawa (as Scatterbug and Spewpa)
English Eileen Stevens
Baa de Mer Ranch's Skiddo
Skiddo
Ash was riding a Skiddo, when he took part in Template:Kal's racing training. Later, he used it to chase after Team Rocket.

None of Skiddo's moves are known.

Debut A Race for Home!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Kayzie Rogers
A wild Florges
Florges
Main article: Florges (anime)

This Florges is the leader of a Bug-type and Poison-type Pokémon army, and was responsible for the invasion of Goodra's homeland, due to her wanting the spring water for her Floette, as the water had healing properties. She battled Goodra, but lost after Goodra learned Ice Beam. She then cooperated with Team Rocket to kidnap Pikachu, Dedenne and a Wooper, believing the lie that Team Rocket would help heal Floette. However, after Team Rocket betrayed Florges and stole all the water from the wetlands, along with the three kidnapped Pokémon, Florges and her army switched allegiances and worked with Ash and Goodra to set them free. She then worked with Goodra to restore the wetland, using Grassy Terrain in conjunction with Goodra's Rain Dance to restore all of the water and vegetation.

Debut Defending the Homeland!
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara (XY069-XY070)
Hitomi Nabatame (XY123)
English Aurora Bea
Serena's Pancham
Pancham
Main article: Serena's Pancham

After a group of Pangoro caused Ash, his friends, their Pokémon, and Team Rocket to scatter, Ash found himself alone with Serena's Pancham. The two set out to find Fletchinder, who was bound to be looking for them. After reuniting with Fletchinder, Hawlucha, and Luxray, Ash and the four Pokémon soon found Serena, Chespin, and Frogadier, reuniting Pancham with its Trainer.

Debut Dreaming a Performer's Dream!
Voice actors
Japanese Noriko Shitaya (XY047-XY109, XY124-present)
Yuka Terasaki (XY114)
English Erica Schroeder
Clemont's Luxray
Luxray
Main article: Clemont's Luxray

After a group of Pangoro caused Ash, his friends, their Pokémon, and Team Rocket to scatter, Luxray found himself with Hawlucha and Fletchinder. Luxray and Hawlucha followed Fletchinder, who eventually found Ash and Pancham. Ash and the four Pokémon soon found Serena, who was with Chespin, and Frogadier, and later, Clemont, Pikachu, Braixen, and Bunnelby, reuniting Luxray with his Trainer.

Debut A Campus Reunion!
Voice actors
Japanese Kensuke Satō
English Billy Bob Thompson
Hoopa's Latios

Hoopa's Mega Latios
Latios ↔ Mega Latios
When Ash was involved in a battle against the shadow Hoopa Unbound, he commanded a Latios that Hoopa summoned. Latios was shown being able to Mega Evolve.

Latios's known moves are Dragon Pulse and Psychic.

Debut Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michele Knotz
Hoopa's Latias

Hoopa's Mega Latias
Latias ↔ Mega Latias
When Ash was involved in a battle against the shadow Hoopa Unbound, he commanded a Latias that Hoopa summoned. Latias was shown being able to Mega Evolve.

Latias's known moves are Dragon Pulse and Psychic.

Debut Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
Voice actors
Japanese
English Michele Knotz
Hoopa's Rayquaza

Hoopa's Mega Rayquaza
Rayquaza ↔ Mega Rayquaza ShinyVIIStar
When Ash was involved in a battle against the shadow Hoopa Unbound, he commanded a Template:Shiny Rayquaza that Hoopa summoned. Rayquaza is capable of Mega Evolving.

Rayquaza's known moves are Hyper Beam, Dragon Ascent, Dragon Pulse, and Twister.

Debut Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
Voice actors
Japanese Kiyotaka Furushima
English Kiyotaka Furushima
A rented Mamoswine
Mamoswine
Ash temporarily rode on a Mamoswine, along with Serena, to cross the snowy mountains and through the Frost Cavern.

None of Mamoswine's moves are known.

Debut Over the Mountain of Snow!
Voice actors
Japanese Kensuke Satō
English Marc Thompson
A wild Litleo
Litleo
Ash first protected Litleo from Pyroar's Flamethrower and later on help Litleo become independent and return to its pride.

Litleo was confirmed to be male in the dub only.

Litleo's only known move is Flamethrower.

Debut A Fiery Rite of Passage!
Voice actors
Japanese Yuka Terasaki
English Michael Liscio Jr.
Sophocles's Chargabug
Charjabug
Main article: Sophocles's Charjabug

Ash captured this Charjabug in a cage, which he then gave to Sophocles, in order for him to catch it, which he did.

Ash later commanded Sophocles's Chargabug during the Charjabug race.

Debut So Long, Sophocles!
Ash with Snowy
Snowy
Main article: Snowy

In The Ol' Raise and Switch!, Professor Kukui tasked everyone with switching their partner Pokémon with somebody else and Ash was given Snowy. At first, Snowy didn't warm up to Ash. However, with help and encouragement from Litten, Snowy soon warmed to him and was used in a battle against Pikachu, who was under Lillie's command.

Debut Racing to a Big Event!
Voice actors
Japanese
English Emily Jenness

Badges ObtainedEdit

Indigo LeagueEdit

Orange LeagueEdit

Johto LeagueEdit

Hoenn LeagueEdit

Battle FrontierEdit

Sinnoh LeagueEdit

Unova LeagueEdit

Pokémon competitionsEdit

Pokémon League rankingEdit

Pokémon championship battlesEdit

Miscellaneous competitionsEdit

Voice actorsEdit

In the mangaEdit

In the Ash and Pikachu mangaEdit

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu mangaEdit

In the Magical Pokémon Journey mangaEdit

In the movie adaptationsEdit

PokémonEdit

In the TCGEdit

TriviaEdit

NamesEdit

Related articlesEdit

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