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|name = Ash's Muk
 
|name = Ash's Muk
 
|japanese = Satoshi's Betbeton
 
|japanese = Satoshi's Betbeton
|image = Betobeton.png
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|image = Ash's Muk.png
|trainer = Ash
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|trainer = Ash Ketchum
|debut = Sparks Fly for Magnemite!
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|debut = [[IL030: Sparks Fly for Magnemite|Sparks Fly for Magnemite!]]
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|caughtwhere = [[Gringey City]]
 
|location = At Professor Oak's laboratory
 
|location = At Professor Oak's laboratory
 
|caught = [[Gringey City]]
 
|caught = [[Gringey City]]
|gender = Male
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}}
|ability = Unknown
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|evolvesin = Prior to Capture
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'''Ash's Muk''' is a {{type|poison}}-[[type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] owned by [[Ash]]. It was the ninth [[Pokémon]] caught by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] in [[Kanto]].
}}'''Ash's Muk''' was the ninth [[Pokémon]] caught by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] in [[Kanto]].
 
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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===Original Series===
 
Ash and [[Brock (anime)|his]] [[Misty (anime)|friends]] were traveling through [[Gringey City]], which was in the middle of a blackout. The reason for this is due to the power plant being over run by a gang of [[Grimer]]. After the Grimers were defeated, the gang's leader, a [[Muk]], challenged Ash who used [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] and a wild [[Magnemite]] who had been following Pikachu do to an electrical build-up. After Muk was weakened by [[Magnemite]] and [[Magneton]], Ash managed to catch it. However, since its smell could be smelt even through the Poké Ball, Ash sent Muk straight to [[Professor Oak]].
 
Ash and [[Brock (anime)|his]] [[Misty (anime)|friends]] were traveling through [[Gringey City]], which was in the middle of a blackout. The reason for this is due to the power plant being over run by a gang of [[Grimer]]. After the Grimers were defeated, the gang's leader, a [[Muk]], challenged Ash who used [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] and a wild [[Magnemite]] who had been following Pikachu do to an electrical build-up. After Muk was weakened by [[Magnemite]] and [[Magneton]], Ash managed to catch it. However, since its smell could be smelt even through the Poké Ball, Ash sent Muk straight to [[Professor Oak]].
   
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Ash returned Muk to his team for a brief period in [[OI021: The Mystery Menace|The Mystery Menace]], where it was used to find a large [[Bulbasaur]] that was residing in the sewers.
 
Ash returned Muk to his team for a brief period in [[OI021: The Mystery Menace|The Mystery Menace]], where it was used to find a large [[Bulbasaur]] that was residing in the sewers.
   
During the [[Silver Conference]], Muk battled [[Gary's Blastoise]] and [[Scizor]], however it did not get a single win and was knocked out.
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During the [[Silver Conference]], Muk battled against [[Gary Oak|Gary]]. It actually caused probems for [[Gary's Blastoise|Gary's Powerful Blastoise]], as it was able to endure all of his attacks with ease, but it was a stalemate, as even it's strongest attack Sludge Bomb was deflected by Rapid Spin. Muk was also able to tank all of his Scizor's attacks as well, but it was thrown into the air and was hit with Swift, which was a 1 hit KO.
   
 
Muk has appeared in several of the special episodes. It was shown to crush [[Butch]] and [[Cassidy]] and the Poké Balls they had stolen. It also crushed [[Tracey Sketchit|Tracey]] when he opened the door for [[Delia Ketchum|Delia]].
 
Muk has appeared in several of the special episodes. It was shown to crush [[Butch]] and [[Cassidy]] and the Poké Balls they had stolen. It also crushed [[Tracey Sketchit|Tracey]] when he opened the door for [[Delia Ketchum|Delia]].
   
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===Sinnoh===
 
Muk was transferred to Ash for a brief reunion in ''An Old Family Blend'', where it smothered Ash upon meeting him again. Muk was not seen on-screen to participate in the [[Sinnoh Pokémon League]].
 
Muk was transferred to Ash for a brief reunion in ''An Old Family Blend'', where it smothered Ash upon meeting him again. Muk was not seen on-screen to participate in the [[Sinnoh Pokémon League]].
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===Unova===
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In [[BW111]], Ash called Professor Oak to inform him of his loss at the Vetress Conference. However, Muk smothered him in mid-call. Ash was happy to see one of his old friends, but Professor Oak was not happy being crushed.
   
 
==Known moves==
 
==Known moves==
{{MoveBoxTop|image=Betobeton Sludge Bomb.png|Type = poison|type = poison|imageinfo = Using Sludge Bomb}}
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{{MoveBoxTop|image=Ash's Muk Sludge Bomb.png|type=poison|imageinfo=Sludge Bomb}}
{{MoveBoxMid|Body Slam|IL077: The Fourth Round Rumble|othername=The Fourth Round Rumble|type = normal}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Body Slam|IL077: The Fourth Round Rumble|othername=The Fourth Round Rumble|type=normal}}
{{MoveBoxMid|Poison Gas|OI034: A Tent Situation|othername=A Tent Situation|type = poison}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Poison Gas|OI034: A Tent Situation|othername=A Tent Situation|type=poison}}
{{MoveBoxMid|Sludge Bomb|IL154: Can't Beat the Heat!|othername=Can't Beat the Heat!|type = poison}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Sludge Bomb|JE154: Can't Beat the Heat!|othername=Can't Beat the Heat!|type=poison}}
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type=poison}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|type=poison}}
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==Voice actors==
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*[[Unshō Ishizuka]] (Japanese)
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*[[Michael Haigney]] (English 4Kids dubbed)
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*[[Tom Wayland]] (English PUSA dubbed)
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Ash's Muk has used less moves than any of Ash's other Pokemon, having only used three attacks on screen.
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*Ash's Muk has used less moves than any of Ash's other Pokémon, having only used three attacks on screen.
 
*Ash's Muk has only one win on-screen victory so far, against a Bellsprout.
 
*Ash's Muk has only one win on-screen victory so far, against a Bellsprout.
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*Muk was Ash's first non-Unova Pokémon (excluding Pikachu) to appear in the Best Wishes Series.
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*Muk is Ash's first Pokémon, aside from Pikachu, to appear at least once in every series.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Ash Muk Poison Gas.png
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Ash Muk Body Slam.png
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</gallery>
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{{AshPokémon}}
 
{{AshPokémon}}
[[Category:Character Pokémon that have evolved]]
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[[pl:Muk Asha]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Poison-type Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Recurring Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 20:26, December 5, 2014

Ash's Muk
Satoshi's Betbeton
Ash's Muk
General
Trainer: Ash Ketchum
Debut: Sparks Fly for Magnemite!
Caught where: Gringey City
Current location: At Professor Oak's laboratory
Details


Ash's Muk is a poison-type Pokémon owned by Ash. It was the ninth Pokémon caught by Ash in Kanto.

BiographyEdit

Original SeriesEdit

Ash and his friends were traveling through Gringey City, which was in the middle of a blackout. The reason for this is due to the power plant being over run by a gang of Grimer. After the Grimers were defeated, the gang's leader, a Muk, challenged Ash who used Pikachu and a wild Magnemite who had been following Pikachu do to an electrical build-up. After Muk was weakened by Magnemite and Magneton, Ash managed to catch it. However, since its smell could be smelt even through the Poké Ball, Ash sent Muk straight to Professor Oak.

During his stay at the lab, Muk developed an attachment to Prof. Oak and would constantly smother him whenever Ash would make a call to the lab. Muk has been used in only two major battles since it was captured; the first of which was in IL077: The Fourth Round Rumble where it defeated Jeanette Fisher's Bellsprout in the fourth round of the Indigo League.

Ash returned Muk to his team for a brief period in The Mystery Menace, where it was used to find a large Bulbasaur that was residing in the sewers.

During the Silver Conference, Muk battled against Gary. It actually caused probems for Gary's Powerful Blastoise, as it was able to endure all of his attacks with ease, but it was a stalemate, as even it's strongest attack Sludge Bomb was deflected by Rapid Spin. Muk was also able to tank all of his Scizor's attacks as well, but it was thrown into the air and was hit with Swift, which was a 1 hit KO.

Muk has appeared in several of the special episodes. It was shown to crush Butch and Cassidy and the Poké Balls they had stolen. It also crushed Tracey when he opened the door for Delia.

SinnohEdit

Muk was transferred to Ash for a brief reunion in An Old Family Blend, where it smothered Ash upon meeting him again. Muk was not seen on-screen to participate in the Sinnoh Pokémon League.

UnovaEdit

In BW111, Ash called Professor Oak to inform him of his loss at the Vetress Conference. However, Muk smothered him in mid-call. Ash was happy to see one of his old friends, but Professor Oak was not happy being crushed.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Ash's Muk Sludge Bomb
Body Slam The Fourth Round Rumble
Poison Gas A Tent Situation
Sludge Bomb Can't Beat the Heat!
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Voice actorsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Ash's Muk has used less moves than any of Ash's other Pokémon, having only used three attacks on screen.
  • Ash's Muk has only one win on-screen victory so far, against a Bellsprout.
  • Muk was Ash's first non-Unova Pokémon (excluding Pikachu) to appear in the Best Wishes Series.
  • Muk is Ash's first Pokémon, aside from Pikachu, to appear at least once in every series.

GalleryEdit

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