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|episodesuntilevolved = '''78''' episodes as Pidgeotto
 
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|evolvesin = [[IL081: Pallet Party Panic]]|releasein = [[IL081: Pallet Party Panic]]|episodecaught = IL003: Ash Catches A Pokémon|caughtwhere = [[Viridian Forest]]|type2 = flying}}'''Ash's Pidgeot''' was caught in the episode, [[IL003: Ash Catches a Pokémon|''Ash Catches a Pokémon'' as]] a [[Pidgeotto]] in the [[Viridian Forest]]. Then when he was heading to Orange Island to bring the [[GS Ball]] back to [[Professor Oak]] as requested on the way, there a bunch of [[Pidgey]] and [[Pidgeotto]] did not get along with some [[Spearow]]s and a [[Fearow]] leading them then it appeared that the [[Fearow]] was the [[Spearow]] that [[Ash]] threw a stone at the start of his journey. Then [[Ash]] asked his [[Pidgeotto]] to convince the [[Pidgey]] and [[Pidgeotto]] that he wants to help them. When [[Ash]]'s [[Pidgeotto]] was fighting against the [[Fearow]] and [[Spearow]], [[Pidgeotto]] was hurt he suddenly evolved into a [[Pidgeot]]. When the [[Fearow]] was weak, [[Ash]] tried to catch it, but failed to do so. So with the help of [[Ash's Pikachu]], they were able to chase the [[Fearow]] away. Then [[Ash]] released his [[Pidgeot]] to protect the [[Pidgeotto]] and [[Pidgey]] promising to come back for it after he delivered the GS Ball, a promise he hasn't yet fulfilled.
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|evolvesin = [[IL081: Pallet Party Panic]]|releasein = [[IL081: Pallet Party Panic]]|episodecaught = IL003: Ash Catches A Pokémon|caughtwhere = [[Viridian Forest]]|type2 = flying}}'''Ash's Pidgeot''' was caught in the episode, [[IL003: Ash Catches a Pokémon|''Ash Catches a Pokémon'' as]] a [[Pidgeotto]] in the [[Viridian Forest]]. Then when he was heading to Orange Island to bring the [[GS Ball]] back to [[Professor Oak]] as requested on the way, there a bunch of [[Pidgey]] and [[Pidgeotto]] did not get along with some [[Spearow]]s and a [[Fearow]] leading them then it appeared that the [[Fearow]] was the [[Spearow]] that [[Ash]] threw a stone at the start of his journey. Then [[Ash]] asked his [[Pidgeotto]] to convince the [[Pidgey]] and [[Pidgeotto]] that he wants to help them. When [[Ash]]'s [[Pidgeotto]] was fighting against the [[Fearow]] and [[Spearow]], [[Pidgeotto]] was hurt he suddenly evolved into a [[Pidgeot]]. When the [[Fearow]] was weak, [[Ash]] tried to catch it, but failed to do so. So with the help of [[Ash's Pikachu]], they were able to chase the [[Fearow]] away. Then [[Ash]] released his [[Pidgeot]] to protect the [[Pidgeotto]] and [[Pidgey]] promising to come back for it after he delivered the GS Ball, a promise he hasn't yet fulfilled. {{clear}}
   
[[File:EP3310.jpg|thumb|Pidgeot as a Pidgetto]]
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==Known moves==
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Note: Season 1 means Generation 1 as well. This is before some moves went through Type changes.
==Known Moves==
 
Note: Season 1 means Generation 1 as well. This is before some moves went through Type changes.
 
 
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*Pidgeot is Ash's first Bird-type caught at the beginning of his journey.
 
*Pidgeot is Ash's first Bird-type caught at the beginning of his journey.
 
*Megumi Hayashibara who plays Team Rocket's Jessie in the Japanese-language version voices Pidgetto and Pidgeot in both the Japanese and English versions of the anime.
 
*Megumi Hayashibara who plays Team Rocket's Jessie in the Japanese-language version voices Pidgetto and Pidgeot in both the Japanese and English versions of the anime.
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==Gallery==
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PidgeottoOpening.png|Ash's Pidgeotto seen in the [[Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All)]].
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EP3310.jpg|Pidgeot as a Pidgetto
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Revision as of 06:01, October 5, 2012

Ash's Pidgeot
Satoshi's Pigeot
General
Trainer: Ash
Gender: Unknown
Ability: Unknown
Debut: Ash Catches a Pokémon
Episode captured: IL003: Ash Catches A Pokémon
Caught where: Viridian Forest
Current location: Viridian Forest
Released In: IL081: Pallet Party Panic
Details
Evolved: 78 episodes as Pidgeotto
Evolves In: IL081: Pallet Party Panic
Ash's Pidgeot was caught in the episode, Ash Catches a Pokémon as a Pidgeotto in the Viridian Forest. Then when he was heading to Orange Island to bring the GS Ball back to Professor Oak as requested on the way, there a bunch of Pidgey and Pidgeotto did not get along with some Spearows and a Fearow leading them then it appeared that the Fearow was the Spearow that Ash threw a stone at the start of his journey. Then Ash asked his Pidgeotto to convince the Pidgey and Pidgeotto that he wants to help them. When Ash's Pidgeotto was fighting against the Fearow and Spearow, Pidgeotto was hurt he suddenly evolved into a Pidgeot. When the Fearow was weak, Ash tried to catch it, but failed to do so. So with the help of Ash's Pikachu, they were able to chase the Fearow away. Then Ash released his Pidgeot to protect the Pidgeotto and Pidgey promising to come back for it after he delivered the GS Ball, a promise he hasn't yet fulfilled.

Known moves

Note: Season 1 means Generation 1 as well. This is before some moves went through Type changes.

Move Episode
Ash Pidgeot Quick Attack
Gust + Ash Catches a Pokémon
Quick Attack + Ash Catches a Pokémon
Sand-Attack Challenge of the Samurai
Whirlwind Clefairy and the Moon Stone
Wing Attack The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Double-Edge The Battle of the Badge
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Trivia

  • Pidgeot is the first one of Ash's Pokémon that learned all of its moves in the evolution stage that he caught it in, and evolved later, the other one is Glalie.
  • Pidgeot is Ash's first Bird-type caught at the beginning of his journey.
  • Megumi Hayashibara who plays Team Rocket's Jessie in the Japanese-language version voices Pidgetto and Pidgeot in both the Japanese and English versions of the anime.

Gallery

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