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  • sure he's gotta catch em all.

  • But he caught these.

  • This is Ashley with watch Mojo.

  • And today we're gonna be counting down our picks for the top 10 Pokemon.

  • You forgot Ash courts for this list will be going over the Pokemon the ash Ketchum captured, traded for or traveled with that you probably forgot about as always.

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  • Number 10 A.

  • Palm.

  • While many viewers have probably familiar with Dawn having her own a palm on later and by Palm, it's easy to forget that she got the monkey like normal type from Ash who traded it to dawn in exchange for hip weasel.

  • That's weird.

  • I never would have thought of something like that.

  • This a Palm was first introduced as a wild Pokemon that pursued ash and company, frequently stealing his hat and getting into other mischief before eventually being caught extra.

  • Now go broke it.

  • Mhm.

  • While it's still maintained a love for trickery under ashes care.

  • It also helped him win contests and even a gym battle number nine palpitating owed.

  • It can be tough to remember that this dippy looking tadpole Pokemon even exists, much less.

  • The ash has one all right, only appearing for a mere nine episodes, mostly during the black and white portion of the anime ashes Pal Vetoed actually sees plenty of time in battle, especially during his clashes in Jim's Alberto.

  • I choose you, however, it's not often seen outside of battle, which doesn't give it a chance to leave much of an impression that along with its long gaps between its few appearances on it's No wonder fans forget about it.

  • Help it.

  • Oh, use much shot Quick God Number eight Lap press.

  • Come on, get up and get moving your stupid love.

  • Those who have seen the Orange Islands are during the early part of the anime.

  • Probably remember Lap Arras being a major aspect.

  • It was in the opening, after all.

  • Give it a few seasons, however, and the Pokemon ash used is little more than a blue dinosaur shaped water taxi.

  • Here's a little harder to recall.

  • Initially separated from its herd, it served as ashes main source of transportation, becoming involved in the occasional battle and even a race.

  • Thanks, slappers.

  • Nice catch.

  • It would have made for a killer edition in later journeys if it hadn't shoveled off back to its fellow lab.

  • Chris, Come the end of ashes Gap year around the islands.

  • Be happy elaborates.

  • At least you won't have me on your back anymore.

  • What was that Number seven?

  • Primate?

  • Yeah, Mhm, Yes.

  • Given that it appeared in a whopping two episodes, it's pretty easy to overlook this fluffy ball of rage.

  • First encountered as a wild hand, especially aggressive manky this fighting type Pokemon spends its first appearance attacking and pranking ash team rockets and just about anyone else nearby before finally being captured.

  • I choose you while it's unruly.

  • Nature makes Ash hesitant to used in battle.

  • Primate eventually proved useful during a tournament for fighting types, although Ash ultimately decided to leave it behind to be trained, which she apparently never followed up on.

  • You keep on training and winning primate, and I'll always be grateful and proud that I knew a really be one champion.

  • Okay, Number six, glacially for how uncommon they are, you'd think that ice types would be more memorable.

  • That glacially is just one of those Pokemon that faded into the background post heroin region as short it's pre evolution snow rent before evolving it where it retained its frequent quick for freezing him.

  • Solid way.

  • My snow runt Good.

  • Despite using lately in some double battles on in the Evergrande, a conference ash shelves this somewhat scary floating face shortly afterwards, even after bringing glacially bank for the lily of the Valley Conference.

  • Due to its strength, Ash doesn't end up using it.

  • Kudos to ash foreign for Nate Learning Flare Blitz so it appears, will be facing off against the team of infer nape, Tortora and glacially number five mock.

  • Most of ashes Pokemon tend to be either cute or tough lugging monkeys, Let's say, Well, less than photogenic.

  • All right, welcome, All go.

  • It's a purple blob of poisonous slime that may explain why Ash didn't keep it around after catching it.

  • Either that's or he just couldn't stand the horrendous odor.

  • Despite smelling gross ashes, Muck is very affectionate and is happy to hug it's trainer and pretty much anyone it could get.

  • It's blobby frame around.

  • Look, it's great to see you.

  • Yeah, its role in the Siri's after its capture is usually to provide comic relief by interacting with Professor Oak, although it does get a few prominent battles here and there.

  • E o Number four Toros Toreros gets a second chance from the challenger in The Wild Bull.

  • Pokemon looks rested and ready.

  • Oh, let's shake him up.

  • Most of the Boca Monash catches are singular.

  • In other words, he doesn't catch multiples of a single species.

  • However, there is one notable exception.

  • Toros.

  • He has 30 of these a thing.

  • Fans outside of Japan were extremely confused by this, and rightfully so since the episode when Ash caught them all was never add.

  • In most countries, it's likely that they're uncertain.

  • Origins as well as that old adage about quality over quantity, has kept ashes touristed from sticking out among the rest of his roster, which is pretty odd considering the literally stampeded in before.

  • Come on, Toros, let me dio one.

  • Enough is enough.

  • Number three La Vita Larita Iraq Skin Pokemon.

  • Larita generally had deep within the Earth and take a long time before coming to the surface.

  • While ash didn't technically catch this spoken on, it does travel with him and his friends for a while An infant that hatches from a random egg ash and companies seek to return this cute but tough Pokemon to its home given that it waas initially taken by poachers while this trusting of humans, La Vita eventually comes to be friends with Ash during its brief travels with him.

  • Even joining the esteemed ranks are those who have made team rocket blast off again.

  • Alright troops, Let's roll right!

  • Mhm!

  • After reuniting with its mother, this La vita hasn't been seen again except in flash bags.

  • Hey, listen, Larvae Tarin Tyrann itar saying goodbye to goodbye Larvae tar will miss you Number to eradicate.

  • All right, they're having a battle.

  • Stop!

  • Radic eight Super Flying Attack.

  • Now Ash has made very few Pokemon trades on his first might be.

  • Why, while aboard the ST on or S s an ash fights a gentleman who uses eradicate that proves challenging for his butter free.

  • Despite ash nearly beating him, the guy tries to play it off like a draw and asks to trade for ashes clearly stronger on Well, that's all it is to it.

  • Eradicate is your new Pokemon.

  • After getting some bad advice from Brock Ash goes through with it, though he quickly regrets it and trades back in the same episode, though, he briefly uses Radic.

  • Eight in battle, huh?

  • Ask you Traded it, Remember?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Ready, But er free way.

  • Just glad the ash realized that the evolved form of a rat he could catch by tossing a poker ball out of his window in Pallet Town was a poor exchange for his beloved butter free.

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  • Number one B drill.

  • As forgettable as our last entry, Waas, this one takes the cake for a reason.

  • It just barely qualifies.

  • Theory.

  • National Park In Joe Toe, Ash participates in a bug catching contest.

  • While there, he gets into the spirit of things and ultimately wins the competition by capturing a B drill.

  • Despite being allowed to keep it for himself, Ash gives his newly acquired pocket monster to the equally forgettable side character Casey, since it fits her color theme team of yellow and black.

  • I think you should be the one to have this be drill Casey.

  • After all, you and Bay Leaf got me out of team rockets batting cage.

  • And I know how much you love yellow stripe.

  • Poke him on.

  • So not only does ashes be drill only appear in one episode, but he gives it away just like that.

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Top 10 Pokémon You Forgot Ash Caught

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/10/23
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