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|japanese = 灰の骨ばった Satoshi's Zuruggu
 
|japanese = 灰の骨ばった Satoshi's Zuruggu
 
|image = Ash Zuruggu.png
 
|image = Ash Zuruggu.png
|trainer = Ash
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|trainer = Ash Ketchum
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|ability = [[Moxie]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
 
|ability = [[Moxie]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
|hatchedin = [[BW017: Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild]]
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|hatchedin = Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild
|receivein = [[BW012: Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!]]
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|receivein = [[BW012: Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!|Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!]]
 
|caughtwhere = Near [[Nacrene City]]
 
|caughtwhere = Near [[Nacrene City]]
|location = With Ash (in rotation)
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|location = Professor Oak's Laboratory
 
|episodesuntilevolved = Spent '''5 episodes''' in its egg.
 
|episodesuntilevolved = Spent '''5 episodes''' in its egg.
|evolvesin = Not yet evolved|type2 = fighting|debut = BW017: Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild}}'''Ash's Scraggy''' is the fifth [[Pokémon]] obtained by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] during his travels in [[Unova]]
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|type2 = fighting|debut = [[BW017: Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild|Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild]]}}
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'''Ash's Scraggy''' is a {{type|dark}}/{{type|fighting}}-[[type]] [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] owned by [[Ash]]. It is the fifth [[Pokémon]] obtained by [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] during his travels in [[Unova]]
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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The following day, Scraggy went to get revenge on the Galvantula, but was outmatched by them and was rescued by Ash and his other Pokémon. Seeing their act of heroics, Scraggy began to trust his teamates and his new Trainer.
 
The following day, Scraggy went to get revenge on the Galvantula, but was outmatched by them and was rescued by Ash and his other Pokémon. Seeing their act of heroics, Scraggy began to trust his teamates and his new Trainer.
   
[[File:Scraggy_vs_Axew.jpg|thumb|Scraggy vs Axew.]]Shortly after, [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]] suggested that Scraggy battle Axew, as they were both equals in terms of strength. The battle ended when both Pokémon were knocked out. After the battle, Scraggy happily went into its Poké Ball. Scraggy and Axew had a second battle in [[BW020|BW020:Dancing With the Ducklett Trio!]], which ended after Axew attempted (and failed) to use [[Dragon Rage]]. Their [[BW030|next battle]] had the same result as the first. However, their [[BW032|latest battle]] ended in a loss for Scraggy after it was hit by a perfect Dragon Rage from [[Axew]].
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[[File:Scraggy vs Axew.jpg|thumb|Scraggy vs Axew.]]Shortly after, [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]] suggested that Scraggy battle Axew, as they were both equals in terms of strength. The battle ended when both Pokémon were knocked out. After the battle, Scraggy happily went into its Poké Ball. Scraggy and Axew had a second battle in [[BW020|BW020:Dancing With the Ducklett Trio!]], which ended after Axew attempted (and failed) to use [[Dragon Rage]]. Their [[BW030|next battle]] had the same result as the first. However, their [[BW032|latest battle]] ended in a loss for Scraggy after it was hit by a perfect Dragon Rage from [[Axew]].
   
 
In [[BW032|BW032:Cottonee in Love!]], Scraggy met a wild [[Cottonee]] and attempted to battle it, but Scraggy was distracted by the Cottonee's [[Cotton Spore]]. After the Cottonee was rejected by another Cottonee it was trying to impress, Scraggy became friends with it. In order to prove to the Cottonee's love interest that it was a strong battler, Scraggy trained with it and refused to return to its Poké Ball because it still wanted to help. At the end of the episode, as Scraggy's friend and its love interest floated away, Scraggy ran after them waving goodbye.
 
In [[BW032|BW032:Cottonee in Love!]], Scraggy met a wild [[Cottonee]] and attempted to battle it, but Scraggy was distracted by the Cottonee's [[Cotton Spore]]. After the Cottonee was rejected by another Cottonee it was trying to impress, Scraggy became friends with it. In order to prove to the Cottonee's love interest that it was a strong battler, Scraggy trained with it and refused to return to its Poké Ball because it still wanted to help. At the end of the episode, as Scraggy's friend and its love interest floated away, Scraggy ran after them waving goodbye.
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Scraggy's aggressive personality got him into trouble in [[BW035|BW035:Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open!]]. He had attacked a group of wild [[Foongus]] and they retaliated with [[PoisonPowder]], poisoning some of the gang's Pokémon.
 
Scraggy's aggressive personality got him into trouble in [[BW035|BW035:Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open!]]. He had attacked a group of wild [[Foongus]] and they retaliated with [[PoisonPowder]], poisoning some of the gang's Pokémon.
   
In [[BW043|BW043:Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!]], he helps Meowth negotiate with a wild [[Scrafty]], its evolved form in order to rescue Axew (which he had stolen earlier). The Scrafty taught Scraggy to use [[Hi Jump Kick]]. After Axew was rescued, Scraggy helped the Scrafty to get rid of a [[Mandibuzz]], (who had driven Scrafty away from its home) by using its newly-learned Hi Jump Kick to subdue it.
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In [[BW043|BW043:Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!]], he helps Meowth negotiate with a wild [[Scrafty]], its evolved form in order to rescue Axew (which he had stolen earlier). The Scrafty taught Scraggy to use [[Hi Jump Kick]]. After Axew was rescued, Scraggy helped the Scrafty to get rid of a [[Mandibuzz]], (who had driven Scrafty away from its home) by using its newly learned Hi Jump Kick to subdue it.
   
 
He fought with Axew again in [[BW057|BW057: Scraggy and the Demanding Gothita!]] where they both were equally matched. But the battle ended in a tie and allowed them both to run off to play until they run into a Gothita which fell for Scraggy. The Gothita's trainer requested a battle for Scraggy, Ash accepted. When he won the battle with his [[Ash's Pignite|Tepig]], they stayed for the night in a cabin. In the middle of the night, Scraggy went off with Gothita while Axew ran to get him back. When they faced a wild Garbodor, Scraggy did all his best until [[Ash's Snivy|Snivy]] showed up to take it down. Scraggy was happy the next day when Gothita left angrily thanks to Snivy.
 
He fought with Axew again in [[BW057|BW057: Scraggy and the Demanding Gothita!]] where they both were equally matched. But the battle ended in a tie and allowed them both to run off to play until they run into a Gothita which fell for Scraggy. The Gothita's trainer requested a battle for Scraggy, Ash accepted. When he won the battle with his [[Ash's Pignite|Tepig]], they stayed for the night in a cabin. In the middle of the night, Scraggy went off with Gothita while Axew ran to get him back. When they faced a wild Garbodor, Scraggy did all his best until [[Ash's Snivy|Snivy]] showed up to take it down. Scraggy was happy the next day when Gothita left angrily thanks to Snivy.
   
==Battles==
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==Known moves==
{| border="1" cellpadding=5" cellspacing="0" style="border-collapse:collapse;"
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{{MoveBoxTop|Type=dark|image=Ash's_Scraggy's_Focus_Blast.jpg|imageinfo=Focus Blast|Type2=fighting}}
!rowspan=2 align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Region
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Leer|BW017: Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!|othername=Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!}}
!rowspan=2 align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Contest
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Headbutt|BW017: Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!|othername=Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!}}
!colspan=2 align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Opponent
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{{MoveBoxMid|High Jump Kick|BW045: Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!|type=fighting|othername=Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!}}
!rowspan=2 align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Result
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{{MoveBoxMid|Focus Blast|BW072: The Clubsplosion Begins!|type=fighting|othername=The Clubsplosion Begins!}}
!rowspan=2 align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Episode
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{{MoveBoxEnd|Type2=fighting|Type=dark}}
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!align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Trainer
 
!align="center" style="background:#efefef; color:#000;" |Pokémon
 
|-
 
|rowspan=8|[[Unova]]||''friendly''||[[Iris]]||[[Iris' Axew|Axew]]||bgcolor="#87CEEB"|Tie||[[BW017]]
 
|-
 
|''friendly''||[[Iris]]||[[Iris' Axew|Axew]]||bgcolor="#87CEEB"|Tie||[[BW020]]
 
|-
 
|''friendly''||[[Iris]]||[[Iris' Axew|Axew]]||bgcolor="#87CEEB"|Tie||[[BW027]]
 
|-
 
|''friendly''||[[Iris]]||[[Iris' Axew|Axew]]||bgcolor="#FFCCCC"|Lose||[[BW029]]
 
|-
 
|''friendly''||[[Iris]]||[[Iris' Axew|Axew]]||bgcolor="#87CEEB"|Tie||[[BW055|BW057]]
 
|-
 
|rowspan=3|[[Clubsplosion]]||[[Angus]]||[[Simisage]]||bgcolor=#C0F0D0|Win||[[BW070|BW072]]
 
|-
 
|[[Betty]]||[[Simipour]]|| style="background-color: rgb(192, 240, 208);"|Win||[[BW072|BW074]]
 
|-
 
|[[Montgomery]]||[[Throh]]||bgcolor="#FFCCCC"|Lose||[[BW073|BW075]]
 
|-
 
|rowspan=3|Irricus Gym
 
|Icy Brycen||Vanillish|| style="background-color: rgb(192, 240, 208);"|Win||[[BW081]]
 
|-
 
|Icy Brycen||Cryogonal||bgcolor="#FFCCCC"|Lose||[[BW081]]
 
|}
 
   
==Known Moves==
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===Improvised Move===
{{MoveBoxTop|Type = dark|image = Ash's_Scraggy's_Focus_Blast.jpg|253px|imageinfo = Focus Blast|Type2 = fighting|othermoveimages = #Moves}}
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*[[Pants Block]]
{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Leer|BW017|othername = Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Headbutt|BW017|othername = Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild|recent = }}
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==Voice actress and actor==
{{MoveBoxMid|Hi Jump Kick|BW045: Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!|type = fighting|othername = Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!}}
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*[[Akeno Watanabe]] (Japanese)
{{MoveBoxMid|Focus Blast|BW072: The Clubsplosion Begins!|type = fighting|othername = The Clubsplosion Begins!}}
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*[[Jason Griffith]] (English)
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type2 = fighting|Type = dark}}
 
   
 
==In the games==
 
==In the games==
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|LvP1 = 1
 
|LvP1 = 1
 
|AbiP1 = [[Moxie]]
 
|AbiP1 = [[Moxie]]
|ItemP1 = Muscle Band
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|ItmP1 = Muscle Band
 
|M1P1 = [[Leer]]
 
|M1P1 = [[Leer]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Low Kick]]
 
|M2P1 = [[Low Kick]]
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*Scraggy is the first {{type|Dark}}-type Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
 
*Scraggy is the first {{type|Dark}}-type Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
 
*Interestingly enough, Scraggy actually has yet to learn a Dark-type move.
 
*Interestingly enough, Scraggy actually has yet to learn a Dark-type move.
*Scraggy is Ash's fourth Pokémon that wouldn't obey Ash right away. The first three were his [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]], Primeape, and [[Ash's Charizard|Charizard]]. Though he obeyed battle commands but refused to go into a poke ball.
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*Headbutting is a gesture of greeting for Scraggy, much like [[Corphish]], whom had a tendency to hit both people and Pokémon with its pincers.
*It seems that headbutting is a gesture of greeting for Scraggy, much like [[Corphish]], whom had a tendency to hit both people and Pokémon with its pincers.
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*Like [[Ash's Donphan|Phanpy]] and [[Ash's Larvitar|Larvitar]], Ash's Scraggy was obtained as an egg.
*Ash's Scraggy seems to have a bit of friendly rivalry with [[Iris' Axew]].
 
*Ash's Scraggy's English voice actor is [[Jason Griffith]], who also plays the part of [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]].
 
*Scraggy is the third Pokémon Ash obtained via an [[egg]]. The others were [[Ash's Donphan|Phanpy]] and [[Ash's Larvitar|Larvitar]].
 
*Scraggy is currently the only one of Ash's Unova party that isn't part of a 3-stage evolutionary line.
 
 
*Scraggy's Egg was the first Egg owned by a main character, that appeared onscreen, not to be taken from its owner by another person or a Pokémon.
 
*Scraggy's Egg was the first Egg owned by a main character, that appeared onscreen, not to be taken from its owner by another person or a Pokémon.
*Scraggy is also currently Ash's only non-<u sab="673">starter</u> Unova Pokémon that is unevolved.
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*Scraggy was the last of Ash's Unova Pokémon to be used in a Gym battle, and the only one that wasn't used in at least two
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Ash Scraggy Leer.png
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Ash Scraggy Headbutt.png
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Ash Scraggy Hi Jump Kick.png
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Axew Scraggy playing.png
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Ash and Scraggy.png
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</gallery>
   
 
{{AshPokémon}}
 
{{AshPokémon}}
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[[pl:Scraggy Asha]]
 
[[pl:Scraggy Asha]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
[[Category:Dark Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Dark-type Pokémon]]
[[Category:Fighting Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Fighting-type Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Ash's Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Recurring Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 22:51, October 24, 2014

Ash's Scraggy
灰の骨ばった Satoshi's Zuruggu
Ash Zuruggu
General
Trainer: Ash Ketchum
Gender: Male
Ability: Moxie (Not yet activated)
Debut: Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild
Caught where: Near Nacrene City
Received in: Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!
Hatched in: Scraggy-Hatched to be Wild
Current location: Professor Oak's Laboratory
Details
Evolved: Spent 5 episodes in its egg.

Ash's Scraggy is a dark/fighting-type Pokémon owned by Ash. It is the fifth Pokémon obtained by Ash during his travels in Unova

BiographyEdit

As an EggEdit

AshsEgg

As an Egg.

In BW012:Here Comes The Trubbish Squad!, as a parting gift from the Day Care Owner, Ash was given a Pokémon egg. It later hatched into a Scraggy in BW017:Scraggy-Hatched to Be Wild!, after Iris' Axew accidently knocked its egg down a hill. Scraggy was shown to be very aggressive, headbutting the gang's Pokémon when they were called out to greet him. However, his attacks were not very strong, due to the fact that he was newly hatched.

Newly HatchedEdit

Later on, Scraggy wandered off and began Headbutting a tree, which turned out to be home to several wild Galvantula. He was quickly paralyzed by the Galvantula. With no Pokémon Centers nearby, Iris made a herbal remedy in order to cure the paralysis.

The following day, Scraggy went to get revenge on the Galvantula, but was outmatched by them and was rescued by Ash and his other Pokémon. Seeing their act of heroics, Scraggy began to trust his teamates and his new Trainer.

Scraggy vs Axew

Scraggy vs Axew.

Shortly after, Cilan suggested that Scraggy battle Axew, as they were both equals in terms of strength. The battle ended when both Pokémon were knocked out. After the battle, Scraggy happily went into its Poké Ball. Scraggy and Axew had a second battle in BW020:Dancing With the Ducklett Trio!, which ended after Axew attempted (and failed) to use Dragon Rage. Their next battle had the same result as the first. However, their latest battle ended in a loss for Scraggy after it was hit by a perfect Dragon Rage from Axew.

In BW032:Cottonee in Love!, Scraggy met a wild Cottonee and attempted to battle it, but Scraggy was distracted by the Cottonee's Cotton Spore. After the Cottonee was rejected by another Cottonee it was trying to impress, Scraggy became friends with it. In order to prove to the Cottonee's love interest that it was a strong battler, Scraggy trained with it and refused to return to its Poké Ball because it still wanted to help. At the end of the episode, as Scraggy's friend and its love interest floated away, Scraggy ran after them waving goodbye.

Scraggy's aggressive personality got him into trouble in BW035:Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open!. He had attacked a group of wild Foongus and they retaliated with PoisonPowder, poisoning some of the gang's Pokémon.

In BW043:Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!, he helps Meowth negotiate with a wild Scrafty, its evolved form in order to rescue Axew (which he had stolen earlier). The Scrafty taught Scraggy to use Hi Jump Kick. After Axew was rescued, Scraggy helped the Scrafty to get rid of a Mandibuzz, (who had driven Scrafty away from its home) by using its newly learned Hi Jump Kick to subdue it.

He fought with Axew again in BW057: Scraggy and the Demanding Gothita! where they both were equally matched. But the battle ended in a tie and allowed them both to run off to play until they run into a Gothita which fell for Scraggy. The Gothita's trainer requested a battle for Scraggy, Ash accepted. When he won the battle with his Tepig, they stayed for the night in a cabin. In the middle of the night, Scraggy went off with Gothita while Axew ran to get him back. When they faced a wild Garbodor, Scraggy did all his best until Snivy showed up to take it down. Scraggy was happy the next day when Gothita left angrily thanks to Snivy.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Ash's Scraggy's Focus Blast
Leer Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!
Headbutt Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild!
High Jump Kick Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!
Focus Blast The Clubsplosion Begins!
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Improvised MoveEdit

Voice actress and actorEdit

In the gamesEdit

A Japanese event distributed an in-game representation of Ash's Scraggy. It is always male and has Shed Skin as its ability.

Zuruggu Sprite
Ash's Scraggy
 Type Dark Type Fighting 
[[File:{{{P2}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P2}}}]]
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 Type 
[[File:{{{P3}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P3}}}]]
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 Type 
[[File:{{{P4}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P4}}}]]
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 Type 
[[File:{{{P5}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P5}}}]]
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 Type 
[[File:{{{P6}}}_BW.gif|link={{{P6}}}]]
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 Type 
Lv. 1 Lv. - - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? - Lv. ? -
Ability: Moxie Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown Ability: Unknown
Item: Muscle Band Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ? Item: ?
Leer - - - - -
Low Kick - - - - -
Headbutt - - - - -
Hi Jump Kick - - - - -


TriviaEdit

  • Scraggy is the first Dark-type Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
  • Interestingly enough, Scraggy actually has yet to learn a Dark-type move.
  • Headbutting is a gesture of greeting for Scraggy, much like Corphish, whom had a tendency to hit both people and Pokémon with its pincers.
  • Like Phanpy and Larvitar, Ash's Scraggy was obtained as an egg.
  • Scraggy's Egg was the first Egg owned by a main character, that appeared onscreen, not to be taken from its owner by another person or a Pokémon.

GalleryEdit

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