History Anime / Pokemon

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* SupremeChef: In nearly every cast ensemble in each of the series, at least one of Ash's friends handles the cooking duties, and they're frequently very talented in that respect, so the main cast doesn't go hungry.
** Before joining Ash on his journey, Brock was forced to the main caregiver to his brothers and sisters (all 10 of them) so naturally his domestic skills are above par, including cooking.
** The Striaton Gym has a restaurant theme. Naturally this means that Cilan, Chili and Cress are all dressed as waiters and presumably know a thing or two about cooking.
** ''X and Y'' has a twist in that Clemont is the one that handles most of the cooking. He approaches cooking in the same way that he handles inventions, gather the appropriate ingredients and plan accordingly. Serena is also decent at cooking, but she prefers to make desserts. She's also very good at making Poképuffs.
** Since Mallow's family owns a local restaurant, she's naturally that group's cook. One of her goals is to add a signature dish to her restaurant's menu.
11th Dec '17 8:59:15 AM PDL
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** Absolutely every main character has been shocked by Pikachu at least once. No exceptions.
11th Dec '17 8:55:58 AM PDL
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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Most trainers in the series, male and female, suffer a fair amount of slapstick abuse or awkwardness, usually caused by their Pokémon. Jessie in particular is assaulted indiscriminately with the the rest of her Team Rocket buddies each and every time.

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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: SlapstickKnowsNoGender:
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Most trainers in the series, male and female, suffer a fair amount of slapstick abuse or awkwardness, usually caused by their Pokémon. Jessie in particular is assaulted indiscriminately with the the rest of her Team Rocket buddies each and every time.time.
** Burgundy in the ''Black and White'' series got a bit of slapstick and humiliation. In her debut episode she inadvertently insulted each of Ash's Pokémon, and each responded by attacking her.
11th Dec '17 6:07:56 AM Adenav
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* AskAStupidQuestion: In the episode "Dues and Don'ts" Team Rocket tries to catch a Delibird which throws snow at them. Jessie says "It's a Blizzard attack!". James says "How do you know it's a Blizzard attack?". Jessie replies "Maybe because we're in a blizzard?". James says "Oh. That makes sense."

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* AskAStupidQuestion: In the episode "Dues and Don'ts" Team Rocket tries to catch a Delibird which throws snow at them. Jessie says "It's them.
--> '''Jessie:''' It's
a Blizzard attack!". James says "How attack!\\
'''James:''' How
do you know it's a Blizzard attack?". Jessie replies "Maybe attack?\\
'''Jessie:''' Maybe
because we're in a blizzard?". James says "Oh.blizzard?\\
'''James:''' Oh.
That makes sense."
9th Dec '17 6:44:19 AM PDL
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** Guzma and Plumeria, Team Skull's leaders, are complete no-shows for much of the ''Sun/Moon'' series. In fact, the series even adapts the climax of ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' before Guzma's even mentioned -- and at that point in the games, [[spoiler:he's TheDragon to Lusamine]]!
8th Dec '17 3:10:35 PM toregg
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* AndroclesLion: In "A Chansey Operation", when Team Rocket tries to take the Pokemon at the hospital, Chansey stands in the way. Arbok and Weezing refuse Jessie and James' orders to attack because Chansey treated their injuries earlier in the episode.
7th Dec '17 8:27:22 AM SpinAttaxx
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** Ilima is a complete no-show, with Hala acting as the de-facto Normalium Z Trial Captain instead. Also, Hau is completely absent thusfar despite being Hala's grandson and living on Melemele Island.
** While Kiawe, Mallow, Lana, and Sophocles are present, they are not Trial Captains and the concept of Trial Captains has seemingly done away with altogether, with both of Ash's trials thusfar being overseen by the Kahunas.

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** Ilima is a complete no-show, with Hala acting as the de-facto Normalium Z Trial Captain instead. Also, Hau is completely absent thusfar thus far despite being Hala's grandson and living on Melemele Island.
** While Kiawe, Mallow, Lana, and Sophocles are present, they are not Trial Captains and the concept of Trial Captains has seemingly done away with altogether, with both of Ash's trials thusfar thus far being overseen by the Kahunas.Kahunas.
** Guzma and Plumeria, Team Skull's leaders, are complete no-shows for much of the ''Sun/Moon'' series. In fact, the series even adapts the climax of ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' before Guzma's even mentioned -- and at that point in the games, [[spoiler:he's TheDragon to Lusamine]]!
6th Dec '17 8:35:55 AM PDL
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* WalkingTheEarth: Except when returning to Pallet Town.

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* WalkingTheEarth: Except when returning to Pallet Town.Town, most series of the anime follows this. The ''Sun and Moon'' anime is the main exception as Ash and most of his friends stay in Hau'oli City and attend the Pokemon School on Melemele Island. They occasionally visit other locations such as the other Islands of Alola and even Kanto.
3rd Dec '17 4:58:31 PM DaFlabbagasta
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* PantsPullingPrank: At one point, Sabrina's father psychically pulls Ash's pants down.
2nd Dec '17 1:06:58 AM Theharbo
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* FlamingMeteor: The move 'Draco Meteor' is depicted as the user summoning dozens of flaming boulders from the sky. This is in contrast to the [[VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} games]] where the same move calls down a number of non-flaming blueish-green meteors.
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