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Fangs for Nothin' (フスベジムのりゅうのきば!)
JE136
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon: Master Quest Char. of the Day: None
Episode №: #252 Main: Ash, Misty, Brock
Aired: JapanFlag June 13, 2002 Recurring: Jessie, James
UnitedStatesFlag June 7, 2003
Opening Theme: Believe in Me Minor: Clair, Kaburagi
Badge(s): Zephyrbadge Hivebadge Plainbadge Fogbadge Stormbadge Mineralbadge Glacierbadge Setting: Blackthorn City, Blackthorn City Gym, Dragon Holy Land
Pokémon: Ash's Pikachu, Team Rocket's Meowth, Misty's Togepi, Jessie's Wobbuffet, Jessie's Arbok, James' Weezing, Clair's Gyarados, Clair's Dragonair, Wynaut, Ash's Noctowl, Ash's Totodile, Misty's Politoed, Misty's Staryu, Butterfree, Sentret, Furret, Jigglypuff, Venonat, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Stantler, Bellsprout, Dragonite (Holy Land Guardian), Ash's Charizard (Shadowed)
Major event(s)
Pokémon: Master Quest

Fangs for Nothin' (Japanese: フスベジムのりゅうのきば! Blackthorn Gym's Dragon Fang!) is the 43rd episode of Pokémon: Master Quest.

Synopsis

The time has come for the last time. Ash has his Gym Battle with Clair, the final Gym Leader in all of Johto. While Ash manages to beat Clair's Kingdra with his Noctowl, something happens. The Dragon Fang is stolen so the match will have to be called off. Who would do such a thing, where would they go to hide, will Ash ever earn his final Johto Gym Badge And what is that flying in the distance?

Episode Plot

Ash has his battle with Clair. Misty worries about Ash, but Brock knows even if this is Ash's toughest Gym battle, he hasn't come with seven badges to lose. Clair starts by sending a Kingdra, so Ash sends Pikachu, whose Thunderbolt electrocutes Kingdra. However, Kingdra does not seem very hurt and retaliates with twister, controling it and affecting Pikachu with that attack. Pikachu uses Thunder on Kingdra, who does not seem severly hurt. Ash wants to know why electric attacks are not injuring Kingdra. Clair responds Kingdra is also a Dragon-type Pokémon as well as a Water-type.

Clair admits that Pikachu survived Kindgra's Twister, which is worty of respect. Clair's Kingdra uses Hydro Pump, so Pikachu collides that move using Thunderbolt. As Ash tries to figure out to defeat Clair, Jessie daydreams about Dratini. James offers her favorite doughnuts, which Jessie gladly eats. Jessie is still angry about Clair for having Dratini evolve into Dragonair and does not want it anymore. However, james shows her a picture of Dragon Fang, an artifact that could be stolen. Jessie agrees with that plan and goes to eat more doughnuts. However, they are stolen and blame Wobbuffet for taking them.

Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but Kingdra seems unaffected. Brock and Misty remind Ash he can switch Pokémon, so Ash calls Piakchu back and sends Noctowl. Team Rocket sneaks before the building, so Meowth goes to use his claws to unlock the door. Ncotowl dodges Kindgra's attacks and retaliates with Confusion. However, Kingdra softens its fall using Hydro Pump. Noctowl uses Hypnosis, so Kingdra responds by using Agility, so it does not fall asleep. Team Rocket goes into the building and notices the box containing Dragon Fang. James stops Jessie and Meowth, putting some goggles and seeing a security system. James uses a robotic arm and takes the box, even if it might be empty.

Kingdra uses Hydro Pump on Noctowl. Clair tells Ash he should've expected this last battle wouldn't be easy. Kingdra goes to defeat Noctowl with a Hydro Pump. Team Rocket sees the Dragon Fang, but Wobbuffet comes out and knocks them down, triggering the alarm. Clair, the old man and the heroes come out and see Team Rocket has the Dragon Fang. Team Rocket escapes in their boat, so Clair sends Dragonair, so she and the old man ride it to track them. Ash sends Totodile and Misty her Staryu and Politoed to join in. Team Rocket is annoyed, so James rides the boat into the cave; the Dragon's Den.

Clair and the old man explain to the heroes the cave is a maze, made by dragons hundreds of years ago and promise Team Rocket will not defile it. The cave gets darker, so Dragonair brightens the path. Clair also knows Team Rocket took to the path where the flow of water is different. Seeing the twerps are not following them, Team Rocket plans its next step. James thinks they should sell the Dragon Fang to the collector who would give the most money for it. Suddenly, their boat falls down and crashes onto a rock, causing Team Rocket to be swept away. The heroes continue and the old man sees Dragonair pointing at the way of Holy Land.

Team Rocket falls out of the cave, but get saved by a Dragonite. Team Rocket thanks Dragonite, who smells the Dragon Fang. Meowth sees it is quite friendly, so he tells they are protecting the Dragon Fang from a bunch of bad people. They want its help, as those people would attack this peaceful land. Dragonite sees their cause and agrees to help them. The heroes, Clair and the old man, arrived at the Holy Land. They go to search for Team Rocket. Dragonite sees the heroes and uses Hyper Beam on them. The heroes see Dragonite is with Team Rocket, who get carried away by Dragonite. The old man knows this is the first Gym Leader's Dragonite, who seems to be lonely. As the heroes go to chase Team Rocket, they see a shadow in the sky approaching them.

Debuts

Pokémon

Trivia

  • This episode is Part 2 of the Blackthorn City Arc.
  • The English episode name is a pun on the sentence "Thanks for nothing!"
  • The "Who's that Pokémon?" is Octillery.

Mistakes

Dragonair used Flash to brighten the way, even if it couldn't learn that move.

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