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|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|ability = [[Overgrow]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
 
|ability = [[Overgrow]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
|debut = IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
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|debut = [[IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]
 
|episodecaught = [[IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]
 
|episodecaught = [[IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]
 
|caughtwhere = Hidden Village
 
|caughtwhere = Hidden Village
 
|location = At [[Professor Oak|Prof. Oak]]'s Laboratory
 
|location = At [[Professor Oak|Prof. Oak]]'s Laboratory
|episodesuntilevolved = Not evolved}}'''Ash's Bulbasaur''' was the fourth Pokémon obtained by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] in [[Kanto]].
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|episodesuntilevolved = Not evolved}}
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'''Ash's Bulbasaur''' is a {{type|grass}}/{{type|poison}}-[[type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] owned by [[Ash]]. He was the fourth Pokémon obtained by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] in [[Kanto]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
[[Ash]]'s [[Bulbasaur]] resides at [[Professor Oak]]'s Pokémon Lab, and constantly acts as peacemaker between the rest of the [[Pokémon]].
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[[Ash]]'s [[Bulbasaur]] resides at [[Professor Oak]]'s Pokémon Lab, and constantly acts as a peacemaker and an ambassador between the rest of the [[Pokémon]] who were Grass-type and Water-type.
   
It was raised in the Hidden Village by Melanie, who cared for sick, injured, and abandoned Pokémon. Bulbasaur acted as the village's bodyguard, but after Ash helped defend the Hidden Village from an attack by [[Team Rocket]], Melanie encouraged it to join Ash, explaining that its growth was being stunted by staying too long in the village. Although Bulbasaur initially appeared to distrust Ash, it agreed to join him. In Island of Giant Pokémon, it alone assumed that Ash had abandoned it and the others. Its views on Trainers were presumably colored by all the abandoned Pokémon in the Hidden Village. Over time Bulbasaur grew to trust its new Trainer.
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===Kanto===
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Bulbasaur was raised in the Hidden Village by Melanie, who cared for sick, injured, and abandoned Pokémon. Bulbasaur acted as the village's bodyguard, but after Ash helped defend the Hidden Village from an attack by [[Team Rocket]], Melanie encouraged it to join Ash, explaining that his growth was being stunted by staying too long in the village. Although Bulbasaur initially appeared to distrust Ash, he agreed to join him. In Island of Giant Pokémon, he alone assumed that Ash had abandoned him and the others. His views on Trainers were presumably colored by all the abandoned Pokémon in the Hidden Village. Over time Bulbasaur grew to trust his new Trainer.
   
Bulbasaur is extremely stubborn, surly, and eager to battle. It had the opportunity to evolve after battling a powerful Rhyhorn with a very strong Take Down attack in Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden, but refused to do so despite facing a mass of Ivysaur as well as a Venusaur who were angry at it for ruining the Bulbasaur evolutionary festival. This allowed it to learn the powerful SolarBeam technique earlier than if it had evolved. It has the heart of a fighter and it never gives up in a battle. It has the determination to keep fighting even if the odds are against it, defeating such varied opponents as an Exeggutor, a Venonat, a Beedrill and a Scyther despite the type disadvantages. On one occasion Bulbasaur, along with Pikachu, was briefly lent to Misty to allow her to compete in the Princess Day Festival with a more balanced team, Bulbasaur single-handedly winning her first match by defeating a Kingler, Pinsir, Cubone and Raticate on its own. During a visit to a garden full of exotic plants run by Florinda Showers, Bulbasaur developed a certain affection for her Gloom, but nothing apparently came of it.
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Bulbasaur is extremely stubborn, surly, and eager to battle. Although his surliness has lessened. He battled against Erika's Tanglea and lost, but redeemed himself when battling against Aya's Venonat, where he sent Stun Spore back at it with Whirlwind and beat it with Leech seed. He had the opportunity to evolve after battling a powerful Rhyhorn with a very strong Take Down attack in Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden, but refused at a mass of Ivysaur as well as a Venusaur because he doesn't want to evolve at the Bulbasaur evolutionary festival. This allowed him to learn the powerful Solar Beam technique. Venusaur finally understand, but he say Bulbasaur will be evolved if he wants to.
   
Bulbasaur is the only member of Ash's original team, save for Pikachu, to remain in his care. It stayed with him until midway in the Johto adventures, when it was sent back to Professor Oak's to keep the Pokémon there from quarreling with each other. Bulbasaur later returned in Hokey Poké Balls! to meet May's Bulbasaur, and again alongside Charizard and Squirtle to battle Brandon at the Battle Pyramid, where it defeated Brandon's Dusclops and Solrock (defeating Dusclops after its impressive defeat of Charizard, and taking Solrock down with it after a dual SolarBeam).
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He has the heart of a fighter and he never gives up in a battle. He has the determination to keep fighting even if the odds are against him, defeating such varied opponents such as a herd of Exeggutor, despite the disadvantage. He also beat Jeanette Fisher's Beedrill with Tackle, and went on to battle Scyther despite the type disadvantages. After some trouble, he used Vine Whip to hit every Double Team clone and then hit the real Scyther with both vines knocking it out. Ash tried for the sweep with Bulbasaur, but he fell to her surprisingly strong Bellsprout. On one occasion Bulbasaur, along with Pikachu, was briefly lent to Misty to allow her to compete in the Princess Day Festival with a more balanced team, Bulbasaur single-handedly winning her first match by defeating a Kingler, Pinsir, Cubone and Raticate on its own.
   
Bulbasaur is frequently viewed as the responsible leader of Ash's Pokémon, especially due to its actions at Professor Oak's lab. It is also a Pokémon Ash values more than most of his other Pokémon, possibly because he always wanted to catch one, as explained in Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village. It also formed a bond with Pikachu and Squirtle while they fought together while part of Ash's team. Oddly, when Squirtle was leaving Bulbasaur looked away while shaking hands. Also at the start he disliked trainers as shown in island of the Giant Pokémon where he said, "Maybe Ash has forgotten about us,"
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Bulbasaur was also used to battle against Drake, the Orange League Champion, and his Electribuzz. Bulbasaur is undamaged by Thunder Shock and hits it with Razor Leaf. Bulbasaur then lands a Tackle, but is knocked out by ThunderPunch.
   
It reappears in DP182 in Professor Oak's Laboratory, where Heracross is sucking sap from its bulb, much to Bulbasaur's annoyance. It used Vine Whip to shove Heracross away.
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===Johto===
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Bulbasaur was used to capture Heracross, who started sucking sab from his bulb, much to his annoyance. Bulbasaur became the only member of Ash's original team, save for Pikachu, to remain in his care, while he watched his best friend Squirtle and companion Charizard leave.
   
It will reappear along with all of Ash's Pokemon in an upcoming episode of Best Wishes Season 2.
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It battled against a wild Chikorita that Ash wished to capture. He was also used to fight Team Rocket, but was annoyed by Heracross, who was sucking the sap from his bulb. It was also used to battle Misty to decide who gets to keep Totodile. Bulbasaur looked set to beat her Poliwag with Razor Leaf, but it evolved into Poliwhirl and hit him with Bubble. Bulbasaur then flattened Poliwhirl with SolarBeam, winning the match for Ash. He also had a rematch with Aya and crippled it with Leech Seed once more, but this time, Venonat came back and almost won with Supersonic and Tackle, but Bulbasaur knocks it out with Body Slam. 
   
==Known moves==
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Bulbasaur had stayed with him until midway in the Johto adventures, when he was sent back to Professor Oak's to keep the Pokémon there from quarreling with each other. He saved an Oddish from a falling boulder, and stopped the grass and water type Pokémon from quarreling by ordering the construction of a new lake.
{{MoveBoxTop
 
|Type = grass
 
|Type2 = poison
 
|image = Ash Bulbasaur SolarBeam.png
 
|imageinfo = SolarBeam}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Tackle|IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|othername=Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village}}
 
   
{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Vine Whip|IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|othername=Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|recent = yes}}
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Bulbasaur came back alongside his friend Squirtle in the Johto League, where Squirtle was mocked by Jackson's Azumarill, as well as being slapped in the face. Bulbasaur calmly restrains them, but the better half of the duo joins the fray when Jackson's Meganium mocks him. He battles against Jackson's Magneton, who had defeated two of Ash's Pokémon in the 3-on-3 match. Bulbasaur learned from Pikachu and Cydaquil's mistakes, and despite being the most disadvantaged one out of the three, he takes the win with Leech Seed and Vine Whip. He then battled against Meganium, who he still had a bitter rivalry. Despite Bulbasaur being tired from the previous battle while Meganium is healthy, Bulbasaur dodges Body Slam an lands a Razor Leaf, while being hit by Meganium's Razor Leaf. He reverses it's Body Slam by usiong Vine Whip around its neck and pelts it with Razor Leaves and Vine Whips, before a double SolarBeam takes them both out, resulting in a tie for the two trainers, and Ash advancing to the next round.
{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Razor Leaf|IL025: Primeape Goes Bananas|othername=Primeape Goes Bananas|recent = yes}}
 
   
{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Leech Seed|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown|recent = yes}}
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===Hoenn===
{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|SolarBeam|IL051: Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden|othername=Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden|recent = yes}}
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Bulbasaur later returned in [[AG074: Hokey Poké Balls|Hokey Poké Balls]] to meet [[May's Venusaur|May's Bulbasaur]], and the two hit it off. When Jame's Cacnea proves too strong for May's Bulbasaur, Bulbasaur defeats both Cacnea and Jessie's Serviper with Vine Whip. In The Right Place and the Right Mime, May decides to leave her Bulbasaur with Oak so she can learn from Ash's.
{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Sleep Powder|OI022: Misty Meets Her Match|othername=Misty Meets Her Match}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Take Down|JL062: The Grass Route|othername=The Grass Route}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|type=ground|Dig|JL109: Bulbasaur...the Ambassador|othername=Bulbasaur...the Ambassador|usable = no}}
 
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = grass|Type2 = poison}}
 
   
==Episode appearances==
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He returns again alongside Charizard and Squirtle to battle Brandon at the Battle Pyramid, and battled against Brandon's Dusclops. Although Dusclops managed to bring down Charizard, Bulbasaur was able to endure the unavoidable Shadow Punch and land a hit with Leech Seed, but struggled to overcome the Confuse Ray/Mean Look combo. Ash snapped him out of the confusion and defeated it with Solar Beam. Solrok's Psychic attacks were tougher to overcome, but in the end, both Pokémon were knocked out with a double Solar Beam.
{{EpisodeAppearTop
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|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}{{EpisodeAppearMid
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===Sinnoh===
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
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Bulbasaur reappears in [[DP182: An Old Family Blend!|An Old Family Blend!]] in Professor Oak's Laboratory, where Heracross is sucking sap from his bulb, much to Bulbasaur's annoyance. He used Vine Whip to shove Heracross away.
|EP# = IL010
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|title = IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
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===Unova===
|titleothername = Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village}}{{EpisodeAppearMid
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Bulbasaur reappeared in a flashback in [[BW118: The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion!|The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion!]] He reappeared in [[BW144: The Dream Continues!|The Dream Continues!]], where he greeted both Ash and Pikachu and summoned his Unova Pokémon using [[Solar Beam]].
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
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|EP# = IL012
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==Personality==
|title = IL012: Here Comes the Squirtle Squad
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Bulbasaur is frequently viewed as the responsible leader of Ash's Pokémon, especially due to his actions at Professor Oak's lab. He is also a Pokémon Ash values more than most of his other Pokémon, possibly because he always wanted to catch one, as explained in Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village, although he was his second choice as a starter, after Squirtle. He also formed a bond with Pikachu and Squirtle while they fought together while part of Ash's team. But, at the start he disliked trainers as shown in island of the Giant Pokémon where he said, "Maybe Ash has forgotten about us."
|titleothername = Here Comes the Squirtle Squad}}
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{{EpisodeAppearEnd
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Bulbasaur's best friend in the group is Squirtle, who's immature, fun loving personality contrasts with Bulbasaur's serious, mature one. Nonetheless, all of Bulbasaur's immature acts have something to do with Squirtle, such as Bulbasaur beating up Squirtle after he ate his cookie, or using Squirtle as a sled after witnessing other Pokémon enjoying themselves on actual sleds. When Squirtle was leaving Bulbasaur looked away while shaking hands/vines, sad to see his friend go.
|season = Pokémon: Indigo League}}
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==Known moves==
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{{MoveBoxTop|Type=grass|Type2=poison|image=Ash Bulbasaur SolarBeam.png|imageinfo=Solar Beam}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Tackle|IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|othername=Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Vine Whip|IL010: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|othername=Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Razor Leaf|IL025: Primeape Goes Bananas|othername=Primeape Goes Bananas|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Leech Seed|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Solar Beam|IL051: Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden|othername=Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=grass|Sleep Powder|OI022: Misty Meets Her Match|othername=Misty Meets Her Match}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Take Down|JE062: The Grass Route|othername=The Grass Route}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=ground|Dig|JE109: Bulbasaur... the Ambassador!|othername=Bulbasaur...the Ambassador!|usable=no}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|Type=grass|Type2=poison}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
* Bulbasaur is the first [[starter Pokémon]] Ash ever captured.
 
* Bulbasaur is the first [[starter Pokémon]] Ash ever captured.
* Bulbasaur was the first {{Type|Grass}}-Type pokemon that Ash has owned.
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* Bulbasaur was the first {{Type|Grass}}-Type Pokémon that Ash has owned.
* He is the second [[Pokémon]] Ash owns that chose not to [[evolve]], the first being Pikachu, but he is the first Pokemon that Ash caught that chose not to evolve.
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* Bulbasaur is the second [[Pokémon]] Ash owns that chose not to [[evolve]], the first being Pikachu, but he is the first Pokémon that Ash caught that chose not to evolve because Bulbasaur was not ready to evolve yet. Pikachu wants to prove that he can defeat stronger Pokémon without evolving.
 
* Bulbasaur is possibly the de-facto leader of Ash's [[Pokémon]] that are at Prof. Oak's lab.
 
* Bulbasaur is possibly the de-facto leader of Ash's [[Pokémon]] that are at Prof. Oak's lab.
* Bulbasaur is the only one of Ash's original six pokemon, (other than Pikachu since Pikachu is always with Ash,) that he still has. Although he still owns [[Ash's Charizard|Charizard]] and [[Ash's Squirtle|Squirtle]], and can summon them whenever he chooses, neither of them live at Professor Oak's lab, unlike Bulbasaur.
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* Bulbasaur is one of Ash's original six Pokémon, now also counting Charizard (other than Pikachu since Pikachu is always with Ash,) that he still has.
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* Despite being part Poison-type, Bulbasaur does not know any Poison-type moves.
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*Bulbasaur, after Pikachu, is the Pokémon Ash has owned for the longest time period. It is the only member of Ash's original team, besides Pikachu, to remain in his care, and the only one to reside at Oak's lab.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="180" position="center">
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position="centre" widths="180px">
 
BulbasaurOpening.png|Ash's Bulbasaur seen in the [[Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All)]].
 
BulbasaurOpening.png|Ash's Bulbasaur seen in the [[Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All)]].
 
Bulbasaur and squirtle 1.jpg|It's hard to say Goodbye.
 
Bulbasaur and squirtle 1.jpg|It's hard to say Goodbye.
 
Bulbasaur and squirtle 2.jpg|They fight together!
 
Bulbasaur and squirtle 2.jpg|They fight together!
</gallery>
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bulbasaur vs starmie.jpg|Ash's Bulbasaur V.S Misty's Starmie
}}
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Ash_Bulbasaur_illusion_Venusaur.png|Bulbasaur Gets Scared Of Venusaur
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Ash_Bulbasaur_Razor_Leaf.png|Bulbasaur Using Razor Leaf
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Ash_Bulbasaur_Sleep_Powder.png|Bulbasaur Using Sleep Powder
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Ash_Bulbasaur_Whirlwind.png|Bulbasaur Using Whirlwind
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</gallery>}}
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==References==
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{{AshPokémon}}
 
{{AshPokémon}}
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
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[[pl:Bulbasaur Asha]]
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[[Category:Ash's Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Grass Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Grass Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Poison Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Starter Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Male Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 19:56, July 25, 2014

Ash's Bulbasaur
Satoshi's Fushigidane
Ash Bulbasaur
General
Trainer: Ash
Gender: Male
Ability: Overgrow (Not yet activated)
Debut: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
Episode captured: Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
Caught where: Hidden Village
Current location: At Prof. Oak's Laboratory
Details
Evolved: Not evolved


Ash's Bulbasaur is a grass/poison-type Pokémon owned by Ash. He was the fourth Pokémon obtained by Ash in Kanto.

BiographyEdit

Ash's Bulbasaur resides at Professor Oak's Pokémon Lab, and constantly acts as a peacemaker and an ambassador between the rest of the Pokémon who were Grass-type and Water-type.

KantoEdit

Bulbasaur was raised in the Hidden Village by Melanie, who cared for sick, injured, and abandoned Pokémon. Bulbasaur acted as the village's bodyguard, but after Ash helped defend the Hidden Village from an attack by Team Rocket, Melanie encouraged it to join Ash, explaining that his growth was being stunted by staying too long in the village. Although Bulbasaur initially appeared to distrust Ash, he agreed to join him. In Island of Giant Pokémon, he alone assumed that Ash had abandoned him and the others. His views on Trainers were presumably colored by all the abandoned Pokémon in the Hidden Village. Over time Bulbasaur grew to trust his new Trainer.

Bulbasaur is extremely stubborn, surly, and eager to battle. Although his surliness has lessened. He battled against Erika's Tanglea and lost, but redeemed himself when battling against Aya's Venonat, where he sent Stun Spore back at it with Whirlwind and beat it with Leech seed. He had the opportunity to evolve after battling a powerful Rhyhorn with a very strong Take Down attack in Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden, but refused at a mass of Ivysaur as well as a Venusaur because he doesn't want to evolve at the Bulbasaur evolutionary festival. This allowed him to learn the powerful Solar Beam technique. Venusaur finally understand, but he say Bulbasaur will be evolved if he wants to.

He has the heart of a fighter and he never gives up in a battle. He has the determination to keep fighting even if the odds are against him, defeating such varied opponents such as a herd of Exeggutor, despite the disadvantage. He also beat Jeanette Fisher's Beedrill with Tackle, and went on to battle Scyther despite the type disadvantages. After some trouble, he used Vine Whip to hit every Double Team clone and then hit the real Scyther with both vines knocking it out. Ash tried for the sweep with Bulbasaur, but he fell to her surprisingly strong Bellsprout. On one occasion Bulbasaur, along with Pikachu, was briefly lent to Misty to allow her to compete in the Princess Day Festival with a more balanced team, Bulbasaur single-handedly winning her first match by defeating a Kingler, Pinsir, Cubone and Raticate on its own.

Bulbasaur was also used to battle against Drake, the Orange League Champion, and his Electribuzz. Bulbasaur is undamaged by Thunder Shock and hits it with Razor Leaf. Bulbasaur then lands a Tackle, but is knocked out by ThunderPunch.

JohtoEdit

Bulbasaur was used to capture Heracross, who started sucking sab from his bulb, much to his annoyance. Bulbasaur became the only member of Ash's original team, save for Pikachu, to remain in his care, while he watched his best friend Squirtle and companion Charizard leave.

It battled against a wild Chikorita that Ash wished to capture. He was also used to fight Team Rocket, but was annoyed by Heracross, who was sucking the sap from his bulb. It was also used to battle Misty to decide who gets to keep Totodile. Bulbasaur looked set to beat her Poliwag with Razor Leaf, but it evolved into Poliwhirl and hit him with Bubble. Bulbasaur then flattened Poliwhirl with SolarBeam, winning the match for Ash. He also had a rematch with Aya and crippled it with Leech Seed once more, but this time, Venonat came back and almost won with Supersonic and Tackle, but Bulbasaur knocks it out with Body Slam. 

Bulbasaur had stayed with him until midway in the Johto adventures, when he was sent back to Professor Oak's to keep the Pokémon there from quarreling with each other. He saved an Oddish from a falling boulder, and stopped the grass and water type Pokémon from quarreling by ordering the construction of a new lake.

Bulbasaur came back alongside his friend Squirtle in the Johto League, where Squirtle was mocked by Jackson's Azumarill, as well as being slapped in the face. Bulbasaur calmly restrains them, but the better half of the duo joins the fray when Jackson's Meganium mocks him. He battles against Jackson's Magneton, who had defeated two of Ash's Pokémon in the 3-on-3 match. Bulbasaur learned from Pikachu and Cydaquil's mistakes, and despite being the most disadvantaged one out of the three, he takes the win with Leech Seed and Vine Whip. He then battled against Meganium, who he still had a bitter rivalry. Despite Bulbasaur being tired from the previous battle while Meganium is healthy, Bulbasaur dodges Body Slam an lands a Razor Leaf, while being hit by Meganium's Razor Leaf. He reverses it's Body Slam by usiong Vine Whip around its neck and pelts it with Razor Leaves and Vine Whips, before a double SolarBeam takes them both out, resulting in a tie for the two trainers, and Ash advancing to the next round.

HoennEdit

Bulbasaur later returned in Hokey Poké Balls to meet May's Bulbasaur, and the two hit it off. When Jame's Cacnea proves too strong for May's Bulbasaur, Bulbasaur defeats both Cacnea and Jessie's Serviper with Vine Whip. In The Right Place and the Right Mime, May decides to leave her Bulbasaur with Oak so she can learn from Ash's.

He returns again alongside Charizard and Squirtle to battle Brandon at the Battle Pyramid, and battled against Brandon's Dusclops. Although Dusclops managed to bring down Charizard, Bulbasaur was able to endure the unavoidable Shadow Punch and land a hit with Leech Seed, but struggled to overcome the Confuse Ray/Mean Look combo. Ash snapped him out of the confusion and defeated it with Solar Beam. Solrok's Psychic attacks were tougher to overcome, but in the end, both Pokémon were knocked out with a double Solar Beam.

SinnohEdit

Bulbasaur reappears in An Old Family Blend! in Professor Oak's Laboratory, where Heracross is sucking sap from his bulb, much to Bulbasaur's annoyance. He used Vine Whip to shove Heracross away.

UnovaEdit

Bulbasaur reappeared in a flashback in The Fires of a Red-Hot Reunion! He reappeared in The Dream Continues!, where he greeted both Ash and Pikachu and summoned his Unova Pokémon using Solar Beam.

PersonalityEdit

Bulbasaur is frequently viewed as the responsible leader of Ash's Pokémon, especially due to his actions at Professor Oak's lab. He is also a Pokémon Ash values more than most of his other Pokémon, possibly because he always wanted to catch one, as explained in Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village, although he was his second choice as a starter, after Squirtle. He also formed a bond with Pikachu and Squirtle while they fought together while part of Ash's team. But, at the start he disliked trainers as shown in island of the Giant Pokémon where he said, "Maybe Ash has forgotten about us."

Bulbasaur's best friend in the group is Squirtle, who's immature, fun loving personality contrasts with Bulbasaur's serious, mature one. Nonetheless, all of Bulbasaur's immature acts have something to do with Squirtle, such as Bulbasaur beating up Squirtle after he ate his cookie, or using Squirtle as a sled after witnessing other Pokémon enjoying themselves on actual sleds. When Squirtle was leaving Bulbasaur looked away while shaking hands/vines, sad to see his friend go.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Ash Bulbasaur SolarBeam
Tackle Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
Vine Whip + Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village
Razor Leaf + Primeape Goes Bananas
Leech Seed + The Ninja Poké-Showdown
Solar Beam + Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden
Sleep Powder Misty Meets Her Match
Take Down The Grass Route
Dig - Bulbasaur...the Ambassador!
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

TriviaEdit

  • Bulbasaur is the first starter Pokémon Ash ever captured.
  • Bulbasaur was the first Grass-Type Pokémon that Ash has owned.
  • Bulbasaur is the second Pokémon Ash owns that chose not to evolve, the first being Pikachu, but he is the first Pokémon that Ash caught that chose not to evolve because Bulbasaur was not ready to evolve yet. Pikachu wants to prove that he can defeat stronger Pokémon without evolving.
  • Bulbasaur is possibly the de-facto leader of Ash's Pokémon that are at Prof. Oak's lab.
  • Bulbasaur is one of Ash's original six Pokémon, now also counting Charizard (other than Pikachu since Pikachu is always with Ash,) that he still has.
  • Despite being part Poison-type, Bulbasaur does not know any Poison-type moves.
  • Bulbasaur, after Pikachu, is the Pokémon Ash has owned for the longest time period. It is the only member of Ash's original team, besides Pikachu, to remain in his care, and the only one to reside at Oak's lab.

GalleryEdit


ReferencesEdit


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