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|season = Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl
 
|season = Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl
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|prev = DP012: Arrival Of A Rival!
 
|prevnum = DP012
 
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|name = A Staravia is Born!
 
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|guest = [[Rosebay]]
 
|guest = [[Rosebay]]
 
|jnum = 479
 
|jnum = 479
|machars = [[Ash]], [[Dawn]], [[Brock]]
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|machars = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Dawn (anime)|Dawn]], [[Brock (anime)|Brock]]
 
|jair = December 21, 2006
 
|jair = December 21, 2006
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]]
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]]
 
|uair = June 25, 2007
 
|uair = June 25, 2007
 
|songs = Diamond and Pearl (song)
 
|songs = Diamond and Pearl (song)
|michars = [[Rosebay]], [[Giovanni]] (flashback)
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|michars = [[Rosebay]], [[Giovanni (anime)|Giovanni]] (flashback)
|pchars = [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Team Rocket's Meowth]], [[Jessie's Wobbuffet]], [[Ash's Staraptor|Ash's Staravia (evolves from Starly)]], [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Brock's Bonsly]], [[Brock's Croagunk]], [[Jessie's Dustox]], [[Jessie's Seviper]], [[James' Cacnea]], [[James' Carnivine]]|image = DP013.png|major = Ash's Starly evolves into Staravia and learns Aerial Ace.}}
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|pchars = [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Team Rocket's Meowth]], [[Jessie's Wobbuffet]], [[Ash's Staraptor|Ash's Staravia (evolves from Starly)]], [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Brock's Bonsly]], [[Brock's Croagunk]], [[Jessie's Dustox]], [[Jessie's Seviper]], [[Gardenia's Cacnea]], [[James' Carnivine]], [[Pidgey]], [[Pidgeot]], [[Spearow]] (colony), [[Fearow]] (colony), [[Hoothoot]], [[Natu]] (colony), [[Taillow]] (colony), [[Swellow]] (colony), [[Swablu]] (colony)
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|image = DP013.png
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|major = Ash's Starly evolves into Staravia. Ash's Starvaria learns Aerial Ace. Brock's Bonsly learns Mimic. Jessie's Dustox knows Gust.}}
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{{nihongo|A Staravia is Born!|ムックルがんばる!|Good Luck, Starly }} is the 13th episode of [[Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl]].
   
==Synopsis==
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==Episode Plot==
Ash is traveling through the forest on his way to Oreburgh City, where he hopes to win his first Gym Badge in Sinnoh. But first he's helping Starly practice using Aerial Ace, a process that doesn't go entirely smoothly. Our heroes also catch the attention of Rosebay, a woman who monitors the Pokemon that live in the forest. Lots of Pokemon have been disappearing lately and she's not sure why, but it doesn't take long for Ash and his friends to decide they should help her out!
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Ash practices with Starly to use Aerial Ace. It almost hits the target, but it failed. Brock gets his potion and treats Starly's injured leg. The heroes notice something in the bush - it is a woman. She introduces herself as Rosebay. Brock flirts with her and gets attacked by Croagunk. Rosebay was watching over the Pokémon in the area and would like them to be near with her. She sees (through her binoculars) a nest and Ash sees it, too. They do not see the Swablu that should be there and Rosebay orders them to go with her. They go on a higher ground and Rosebay does not see the Swablu colony, as they should have returned by now. Rosebay tells the problem is that many Pokémon somehow left for reason.
   
Meanwhile, Team Rocket have set up a trap in the Valley Path, an area which Flying-type Pokemon often pass through. All it takes some netting and soon Team Rocket is happily snagging lots of avian Pokemon for their Boss. When Ash sends Starly out to look for clues, Starly is swept up by Team Rocket's criminal plans as well--but Starly isn't about to sit back and wait to be rescued! Jessie and James leave Meowth to guard their ill-gotten Pokemon, and Starly is ready to stage a jailbreak together with help from a captured Hoothoot.
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The heroes offer her help with this. They wander and see no Hoothoot that should've been there. Ash's Starly reports nothing and goes back to scouting. A bunch of Swablu and Taillow fly and got caught in a net, then fall down in a pit. Team Rocket made this trap to get the Flying Pokémon. The spot is perfect, as many Flying Pokémon use the valley to go back to their nests. They already plan to get the birds to Giovanni, so they would carry him in the skies and he'd reward them generously. Starly goes with some Taillow and Swellow and gets caught in Team Rocket's net, too. Meowth taunts the Pokémon.
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Ash, Dawn and Brock wait for Starly to come. Ash worries that something happened to Starly. Rosebay thinks something is in the valley the Pokémon fly through, so they go to check. Starly talks to other Pokémon, while Team Rocket relaxes. Jessie orders to "pack" the Pokémon up, but Meowth refuses and plays with her and James "rock, paper, scissors" and Meowth gets picked, while Jessie and James relax. The heroes see now who is taking the Pokémon. A Pidgeotto is caught, but Piakchu quickly releases it before it got caught. Ash orders Pikachu to go with Pidgeotto and rally all Pokémon to get that net cut. The heroes go to rescue the captured ones.
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Meowth goes to get the Pokémon. He captures a Starly and sees Hoothoot, who used Hypnosis on him. Meowth sets Swablu free and frees each and every Pokémon captured, as Hoothoot controls him. The heroes sneak and enter the house where Team Rocket are, while the Pokémon dig to get out. The heroes see on a monitor Starly commanding the Pokémon and Team Rocket. Team Rocket hears something - it is a big flock of Pokémon, who use Quick Attack to cut through the net. The Pokémon that dug a tunnel left and Meowth re-gains his control, then surrounds Starly with Cacnea, Carnivine and Seviper. The heroes see them and the tunnel the Pokémon dug, while Jessie and James activate the robot.
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Meowth, Seviper, Carnivine and Cacnea climb the ladder and are inside the robot. Meowth explains he left the Pokémon because he was hypnotized. Jessie brings out the nets and starts getting the Pokémon back. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, but the robot is too sturdy. The robot goes to squish the heroes, but they run away and the robot leg falls down an opening and the rest of the robot falls, as some of the Pokémon dug the tunnel. Starly uses Wing Attack, but Dustox uses Gust to blow it away. Cacnea uses Pin Missie, but Pikachu uses Quick Attack to dodge. Brock sends Bonsly, who gets attacked by Gust. For some reason, Bonsly's balls on its head glowed. Dustox uses Gust and Bonsly counters it with its own - it used Mimic to copy the move.
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Dustox uses Psybeam, but Bonsly dodges and uses Mimic, which turns to Gust, which defeats Dustox. Team Rocket charge and the heroes do as well. Suddenly, Starly comes and evolves to Staravia. This proves fruitful, as it blasts Team Rocket off with Aerial Ace. Rosebay thanks Staravia and sees the Flying Pokémon are returning to their nests. Staravia and Hoothoot wave goodbye to each other. The heroes go and wave goodbye to Rosebay.
   
Hoothoot hypnotizes Meowth into letting the Pokemon go, but when Meowth snaps out of his trance, he calls for backup from Team Rocket's other Pokemon. However, Ash and his friends came across a Pidgeot trapped in Team Rocket's net and realized what's going on, and they show up looking for Starly! Jessie and James return to try and stop our heroes, only to discover that Brock's Bonsly can use Mimic to send their Pokemon' moves right back at them. Then Starly evolves into Staravia and pulls off a terrific Aerial Ace--which is also the term that describes Team Rocket as they go blasting off again. The trapped Pokemon are freed, Rosebay is happy, and now it's onward to Oreburgh City!
 
 
==Debuts==
 
==Debuts==
 
===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
 
*Staravia
 
*Staravia
   
{{Anime-stub}}
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==Trivia==
{{Incomplete-plot}}
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*When flirting with Rosebay, Brock opened his eyes.
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==Gallery==
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{{Gallery Box|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="180" position="center">
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DP013 1.jpg|Starly getting treated
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DP013 2.jpg|Brock flirts
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DP013 3.jpg|The Bird Pokémon got caught
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DP013 4.jpg|Meowth's fantasy
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DP013 5.jpg|Meowth lost
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DP013 6.jpg|Hoothoot uses Hypnosis
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DP013 7.jpg|The Bird Pokémon attack
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DP013 8.jpg|The machine gathers the escaped Pokémon
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DP013 9.jpg|Bonsly uses Mimic
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DP013 10.jpg|Staravia uses Aerial Ace
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</gallery>}}
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[[Category:Episodes written by Masashi Sogo]]
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[[Category:Episodes storyboarded and directed by Hiroyuki Yamada]]
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[[Category:Episodes animated by Makoto Shinjō]]

Latest revision as of 02:11, December 12, 2014

← DP012 | Episode | DP014 →
A Staravia is Born! (ムックルがんばる!)
DP013
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Char. of the Day: Rosebay
Episode №: #479 Main: Ash, Dawn, Brock
Aired: JapanFlag December 21, 2006 Recurring: Jessie, James
UnitedStatesFlag June 25, 2007
Opening Theme: Diamond and Pearl (song) Minor: Rosebay, Giovanni (flashback)
Badge(s): Setting: Unknown
Pokémon: Ash's Pikachu, Team Rocket's Meowth, Jessie's Wobbuffet, Ash's Staravia (evolves from Starly), Brock's Bonsly, Brock's Croagunk, Jessie's Dustox, Jessie's Seviper, Gardenia's Cacnea, James' Carnivine, Pidgey, Pidgeot, Spearow (colony), Fearow (colony), Hoothoot, Natu (colony), Taillow (colony), Swellow (colony), Swablu (colony)
Major event(s)
Ash's Starly evolves into Staravia. Ash's Starvaria learns Aerial Ace. Brock's Bonsly learns Mimic. Jessie's Dustox knows Gust.
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl

A Staravia is Born! (Japanese: ムックルがんばる! Good Luck, Starly ) is the 13th episode of Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl.

Episode PlotEdit

Ash practices with Starly to use Aerial Ace. It almost hits the target, but it failed. Brock gets his potion and treats Starly's injured leg. The heroes notice something in the bush - it is a woman. She introduces herself as Rosebay. Brock flirts with her and gets attacked by Croagunk. Rosebay was watching over the Pokémon in the area and would like them to be near with her. She sees (through her binoculars) a nest and Ash sees it, too. They do not see the Swablu that should be there and Rosebay orders them to go with her. They go on a higher ground and Rosebay does not see the Swablu colony, as they should have returned by now. Rosebay tells the problem is that many Pokémon somehow left for reason.

The heroes offer her help with this. They wander and see no Hoothoot that should've been there. Ash's Starly reports nothing and goes back to scouting. A bunch of Swablu and Taillow fly and got caught in a net, then fall down in a pit. Team Rocket made this trap to get the Flying Pokémon. The spot is perfect, as many Flying Pokémon use the valley to go back to their nests. They already plan to get the birds to Giovanni, so they would carry him in the skies and he'd reward them generously. Starly goes with some Taillow and Swellow and gets caught in Team Rocket's net, too. Meowth taunts the Pokémon.

Ash, Dawn and Brock wait for Starly to come. Ash worries that something happened to Starly. Rosebay thinks something is in the valley the Pokémon fly through, so they go to check. Starly talks to other Pokémon, while Team Rocket relaxes. Jessie orders to "pack" the Pokémon up, but Meowth refuses and plays with her and James "rock, paper, scissors" and Meowth gets picked, while Jessie and James relax. The heroes see now who is taking the Pokémon. A Pidgeotto is caught, but Piakchu quickly releases it before it got caught. Ash orders Pikachu to go with Pidgeotto and rally all Pokémon to get that net cut. The heroes go to rescue the captured ones.

Meowth goes to get the Pokémon. He captures a Starly and sees Hoothoot, who used Hypnosis on him. Meowth sets Swablu free and frees each and every Pokémon captured, as Hoothoot controls him. The heroes sneak and enter the house where Team Rocket are, while the Pokémon dig to get out. The heroes see on a monitor Starly commanding the Pokémon and Team Rocket. Team Rocket hears something - it is a big flock of Pokémon, who use Quick Attack to cut through the net. The Pokémon that dug a tunnel left and Meowth re-gains his control, then surrounds Starly with Cacnea, Carnivine and Seviper. The heroes see them and the tunnel the Pokémon dug, while Jessie and James activate the robot.

Meowth, Seviper, Carnivine and Cacnea climb the ladder and are inside the robot. Meowth explains he left the Pokémon because he was hypnotized. Jessie brings out the nets and starts getting the Pokémon back. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, but the robot is too sturdy. The robot goes to squish the heroes, but they run away and the robot leg falls down an opening and the rest of the robot falls, as some of the Pokémon dug the tunnel. Starly uses Wing Attack, but Dustox uses Gust to blow it away. Cacnea uses Pin Missie, but Pikachu uses Quick Attack to dodge. Brock sends Bonsly, who gets attacked by Gust. For some reason, Bonsly's balls on its head glowed. Dustox uses Gust and Bonsly counters it with its own - it used Mimic to copy the move.

Dustox uses Psybeam, but Bonsly dodges and uses Mimic, which turns to Gust, which defeats Dustox. Team Rocket charge and the heroes do as well. Suddenly, Starly comes and evolves to Staravia. This proves fruitful, as it blasts Team Rocket off with Aerial Ace. Rosebay thanks Staravia and sees the Flying Pokémon are returning to their nests. Staravia and Hoothoot wave goodbye to each other. The heroes go and wave goodbye to Rosebay.

DebutsEdit

PokémonEdit

  • Staravia

TriviaEdit

  • When flirting with Rosebay, Brock opened his eyes.

GalleryEdit

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