An old friend returns to put Ash in his place.
Ash and Pikachu have left a great legacy to the followers of this iconic series
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Throughout these 25 years since the premiere of the Pokémon anime, Ash Ketchum has been the protagonist of countless jokes, such as that he does not grow, but between memes, the most famous neighbor of Pallet Town finally won the Pokémon League and was crowned world champion. Still, Ash Ketchum seems to be the same as always and lost in his reunion with one of the most beloved characters in the entire series.
Is about Misty, Ash’s inseparable red-haired companion in the first seasons of the anime and trainer at the Ciudad Celeste gym, in Kanto. Specializing in water-type Pokémon, Misty defeated Ash in a battle… of fishing.
In the second episode of Pokémon – Aim To Be a Pokémon Master, Ash meets a powerful Clauncher and decides to try to capture it, but is stopped by Misty, who is also chasing the creature. The only possible solution they find to this dispute is to decide who tries it first through a fishing competition, where Ash hopelessly loses to Misty. In the pokemon fight that follows, Ash was able to show that he is the world champion and defeated the pokemon without too many complications. Politoed de Misty.
Undoubtedly, one more anecdote in the history of Ash Ketchum and a more than special reunion for fans of the Pokémon anime by bringing back Misty, Ash’s first partner. Misty was Ash and Pikachu’s first partner., they met in the second chapter of the Pokémon series, and soon after they meet Brock. The most famous leading trio of these 25 years in which the anime has been broadcast.
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After saying goodbye to Ash Ketchum definitively shortly, the Pokémon anime will return with new protagonists, stories, and adventures to discover in the Pokémon universe. A new generation of protagonists for a new generation of fans who may have first entered the franchise through games like Pokémon Legends: Arceus or Pokémon Scarlet and Purple, now available for Nintendo Switch.
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