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|type = water
 
|type = water
 
|name = Misty's Psyduck
 
|name = Misty's Psyduck
|japanese = Kasumi's Koduck
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|japanese = カスミのコダック Kasumi's Kodakku
|image = Misty's Psyduck.png
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|image = Misty Psyduck anime.png
|trainer = Misty
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|trainer = Misty (anime){{!}}Misty
|gender = Male (Dub only)
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|gender = Male (dub only)
|ability = Unknown
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|debut = [[IL027: Hypno's Naptime|Hypno's Naptime]]
|debut = Hypno's Naptime
 
 
|episodecaught = ''Hypno's Naptime''
 
|episodecaught = ''Hypno's Naptime''
 
|caughtwhere = [[HopHopHop Town]]
 
|caughtwhere = [[HopHopHop Town]]
|location = With Misty
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|location = With Misty}}
|episodesuntilevolved = Not yet evolved}}
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This '''Psyduck''' is a {{type|Water}}-type Pokémon owned by [[Misty (anime)|Misty]].
'''Misty's Psyduck''' is a pokémon caught by [[Misty]] in [[Kanto]]. It was the fifth Pokémon she caught. It is still with her in the Cerulean Gym. [[Psyduck]] is almost useless, except for his Psychic Attack. [[Psyduck]] almost constantly escapes it's Poké Ball during every battle that Misty is in.
 
   
She caught it by accidentally dropping her Poké Ball and Psyduck touching the button. Although it can sometimes annoy Misty, she and Psyduck have a good bond and Misty refused to trade it for any Pokémon no matter what.
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==Biography==
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Although it can sometimes annoy Misty, she and Psyduck have a good bond, seeing how Misty refused to trade it for any Pokémon no matter what. Psyduck also can be quite useless at times because of it's oblivious nature and random headaches. Though it rarely fights, it has shown to be able to handle it's own when it gets serious.
   
In one episode it was close to evolving and thought to have evolved into a Golduck, but it was later revealed to be a wild Golduck that liked to impress girls.
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===Original series===
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In ''Hypno's Naptime'', Misty accidentally dropped her [[Poké Ball]] and Psyduck, being curious, touched the Poké Ball, and got caught. During the journey, Psyduck often releases itself from it's Poké Ball out of the blue, which would cause Misty to return it to it's ball in annoyance.
   
It is set to reappear in the Pikachu short airing with the 15th Pokemon movie.
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===Orange Islands===
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In ''[[OI010: Bye Bye Psyduck|Bye Bye Psyduck]]'', [[Marina (Orange Islands)|Marina]] pointed out that Psyduck was close to evolving after seeing it's glowing tail. Misty thought Psyduck had evolved into a [[Golduck]] after it's Poké Ball had fallen in the water and a Golduck resurfaced straight afterwards, but it was later revealed to be a wild Golduck.
   
==Moves==
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===Johto===
{{MoveBoxTop|Type = water|image = Psy-Psyduck!.png|imageinfo = Psychic}}
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In ''[[JE101: The Perfect Match!|The Perfect Match!]]'', Psyduck released itself from its Poké Ball during the [[Whirl Cup]] tournament, forcing Misty to use it. Psyduck was pitted against a [[Kingler]]. Kingler used [[Vice Grip]], clutching onto Psyduck's head which caused it get a headache but gave it that push to finish Kingler off with [[Confusion]].
{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Disable|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername = The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Scratch|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername = The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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In ''[[JE140: Just Add Water|Just Add Water]]'', when [[Team Rocket]] captured Misty and her battler [[Dorian]]. This angered Psyduck and it was determined to rescue Misty. During it's battle with [[Jessie]]'s [[Jessie's Arbok|Arbok]], it learns [[Psychic (move)|Psychic]], and with its new learned move, blasts Team Rocket off into the sky.
{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Tail Whip|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername = The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type = psychic|Confusion|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername = The Ninja Poké-Showdown|recent = yes}}
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==Known moves==
{{MoveBoxMid|type = water|Water Gun|IL040: The Battling Eevee Brothers|othername = The Battling Eevee Brothers}}
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{{MoveBoxTop|type=water|image=Misty Psyduck Disable.png|imageinfo=Disable}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type = psychic|Psychic|JE140: Just Add Water|othername = Just Add Water|recent = yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Disable|type=normal|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = water}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Scratch|type=normal|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Tail Whip|type=normal|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Confusion|type=psychic|IL032: The Ninja Poké-Showdown|othername=The Ninja Poké-Showdown|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Water Gun|type=water|IL040: The Battling Eevee Brothers|othername=The Battling Eevee Brothers}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Psychic (move)|type=psychic|JE140: Just Add Water|othername=Just Add Water|recent=yes}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|type=water}}
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==Voice actor and actress==
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*[[Rikako Aikawa]] (Japanese)
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*[[Michael Haigney]] (English)
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==Trivia==
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*Ironically, despite being a {{Type|Water}}-type, Psyduck seems to be somewhat aquaphobic and can't swim. It's willing to go into water if it's wearing some kind of flotation device.
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*Like all the Trainer's Pokemon in ''[[MS001: Pokémon The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'', Psyduck was cloned. However, unlike the other clones in the movies, Psyduck's clone was exactly like it and was just as dimwitted, if not more so.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Misty and Psyduck.png|[[Misty]] mad at Psyduck.
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Misty Psyduck Scratch.png|Using Scratch
Misty's Psyduck and Clone Psyduck.png|Psyduck in the first movie.
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Misty Psyduck Tail Whip.png|Using Tail Whip
Psyduck 3.png|Psyduck Dancing.
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Misty Psyduck Confusion.png|Using Confusion
Psy-Psyduck!.png|Psyduck using its true power
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Misty Psyduck Water Gun.png|Using Water Gun
Drowning Psyduck.png|Psyduck in the water.
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Misty Psyduck Psychic.png|Using Psychic
Misty's Psyduck.png
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Trivia==
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==References==
*Ironically, though being a {{Type|Water}}-type, it is the only Pokémon on Misty's team that can't swim.
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{{Reflist}}
   
 
{{MistyPokémon}}
 
{{MistyPokémon}}
[[Category:Articles needing more information]]
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[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
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[[pl:Psyduck Misty]]
[[Category:Water Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Water-type anime Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Gym Leader's Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 02:34, April 20, 2016

Misty's Psyduck
カスミのコダック Kasumi's Kodakku
Misty Psyduck anime
General
Trainer: Misty
Gender: Male (dub only)
Debut: Hypno's Naptime
Episode captured: Hypno's Naptime
Caught where: HopHopHop Town
Current location: With Misty
Details

This Psyduck is a Water-type Pokémon owned by Misty.

BiographyEdit

Although it can sometimes annoy Misty, she and Psyduck have a good bond, seeing how Misty refused to trade it for any Pokémon no matter what. Psyduck also can be quite useless at times because of it's oblivious nature and random headaches. Though it rarely fights, it has shown to be able to handle it's own when it gets serious.

Original seriesEdit

In Hypno's Naptime, Misty accidentally dropped her Poké Ball and Psyduck, being curious, touched the Poké Ball, and got caught. During the journey, Psyduck often releases itself from it's Poké Ball out of the blue, which would cause Misty to return it to it's ball in annoyance.

Orange IslandsEdit

In Bye Bye Psyduck, Marina pointed out that Psyduck was close to evolving after seeing it's glowing tail. Misty thought Psyduck had evolved into a Golduck after it's Poké Ball had fallen in the water and a Golduck resurfaced straight afterwards, but it was later revealed to be a wild Golduck.

JohtoEdit

In The Perfect Match!, Psyduck released itself from its Poké Ball during the Whirl Cup tournament, forcing Misty to use it. Psyduck was pitted against a Kingler. Kingler used Vice Grip, clutching onto Psyduck's head which caused it get a headache but gave it that push to finish Kingler off with Confusion.

In Just Add Water, when Team Rocket captured Misty and her battler Dorian. This angered Psyduck and it was determined to rescue Misty. During it's battle with Jessie's Arbok, it learns Psychic, and with its new learned move, blasts Team Rocket off into the sky.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Misty Psyduck Disable
Disable The Ninja Poké-Showdown
Scratch The Ninja Poké-Showdown
Tail Whip The Ninja Poké-Showdown
Confusion + The Ninja Poké-Showdown
Water Gun The Battling Eevee Brothers
Psychic (move) + Just Add Water
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Voice actor and actressEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Ironically, despite being a Water-type, Psyduck seems to be somewhat aquaphobic and can't swim. It's willing to go into water if it's wearing some kind of flotation device.
  • Like all the Trainer's Pokemon in Mewtwo Strikes Back, Psyduck was cloned. However, unlike the other clones in the movies, Psyduck's clone was exactly like it and was just as dimwitted, if not more so.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

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