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|name = Misty's Starmie
 
|name = Misty's Starmie
|japanese = Kasumi's Starmie
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|japanese = カスミのスターミー Kasumi's Sutaamii
|image = IL007- The Water Flowers of Cerulean City 19.png
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|image = Misty Starmie anime.png
|trainer = Misty
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|trainer = Misty (anime){{!}}Misty
 
|gender = Genderless
 
|gender = Genderless
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|debut = [[IL007: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]
|debut = IL007: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
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|location = With Misty}}
|episodecaught = Prior to ''The Water Flowers of Cerulean City''
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This '''Starmie''' is a {{type|Water}}/{{type|Psychic}}-type Pokémon owned by [[Misty (anime)|Misty]].
|caughtwhere = [[Kanto]]
 
|location = With Misty
 
|episodesuntilevolved = }}'''Misty's Starmie''' is one of Misty's Pokemon that see used during her travels through [[Kanto]]. It was not used nearly as often as [[Misty's Staryu|her Staryu]] and is implied to be weaker in battle, despite being Staryu's evolved form. Starmie is used more for transport than for battle, often carrying Misty across water, although it is unknown if it is capable of actually using Surf (in the anime a Pokemon need not know Surf in order to carry their trainer across water). She later gave it away to the Cerulean Gym to preform in underwater shows.
 
==Known Moves==
 
{{MoveBoxTop
 
|Type = water
 
|Type2 = psychic
 
|image = Misty Starmie.jpg
 
|imageinfo = Tackle}}
 
   
{{MoveBoxMid|type = normal|Tackle|IL007: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City|othername = The Water Flowers of Cerulean City}}
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==Biography==
{{MoveBoxMid|type = water|Water Gun|IL009: The School of Hard Knocks|othername = The School of Hard Knocks}}
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It was not used nearly as often as [[Misty's Staryu (anime)|her Staryu]] and is implied to be weaker in battle, despite being Staryu's evolved form. Starmie is used more for transport than for battle, often carrying Misty across water, although it is unknown if it is capable of actually using [[Surf]] (in the anime a Pokémon needs does not need to know Surf in order to carry their trainer across water).
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = water|Type2 = psychic}}
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In ''The Water Flowers of Cerulean City'', Starmie was used to battle against [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]'s [[Pidgeot (anime)|Pidgeotto]]. Starmie uses the water enviorment to its advantage by diving into the water and resurfacing when the Pokémon least expected it. It got blown into a wall by Pidgeotto's [[Gust]] attack. Before any further action could be made, the battle was stopped because of the intervenance of [[Team Rocket]].
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In ''[[IL009: The School of Hard Knocks|The School of Hard Knocks]]'', Starmie's gem gets broken during its fight with [[Giselle]]'s [[Giselle's Graveler|Graveler]] when it pushed itself passed Starmie's [[Water Gun]] by spinning at an incredible pace and smashing onto Starmie. Its gem however regenerates at some point because in its next episode appearance, its gem is fully restored.
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In ''[[IL061: The Misty Mermaid|The Misty Mermaid]]'', Misty leaves Starmie at the [[Cerulean City Gym|Cerulean Gym]] to perform in underwater shows until she returns.
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==Known moves==
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{{MoveBoxTop|type=water|type2=psychic|image=Misty Starmie Water Gun.png|imageinfo=Water Gun}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Tackle|type=normal|IL007: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City|othername=The Water Flowers of Cerulean City}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Water Gun|type=water|IL009: The School of Hard Knocks|othername=The School of Hard Knocks}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|type=water|type2=psychic}}
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==Voice actress==
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[[Ikue Ōtani]] (Japanese and English)
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Misty_Starmie_Tackle.png|Using Tackle
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</gallery>
   
 
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[[pl:Starmie Misty]]
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[[Category:Water-type anime Pokémon]]
[[Category:Psychic Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Genderless Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 20:01, April 28, 2016

Misty's Starmie
カスミのスターミー Kasumi's Sutaamii
Misty Starmie anime
General
Trainer: Misty
Gender: Genderless
Debut: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Current location: With Misty
Details

This Starmie is a Water/Psychic-type Pokémon owned by Misty.

BiographyEdit

It was not used nearly as often as her Staryu and is implied to be weaker in battle, despite being Staryu's evolved form. Starmie is used more for transport than for battle, often carrying Misty across water, although it is unknown if it is capable of actually using Surf (in the anime a Pokémon needs does not need to know Surf in order to carry their trainer across water).

In The Water Flowers of Cerulean City, Starmie was used to battle against Ash's Pidgeotto. Starmie uses the water enviorment to its advantage by diving into the water and resurfacing when the Pokémon least expected it. It got blown into a wall by Pidgeotto's Gust attack. Before any further action could be made, the battle was stopped because of the intervenance of Team Rocket.

In The School of Hard Knocks, Starmie's gem gets broken during its fight with Giselle's Graveler when it pushed itself passed Starmie's Water Gun by spinning at an incredible pace and smashing onto Starmie. Its gem however regenerates at some point because in its next episode appearance, its gem is fully restored.

In The Misty Mermaid, Misty leaves Starmie at the Cerulean Gym to perform in underwater shows until she returns.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Misty Starmie Water Gun
Tackle The Water Flowers of Cerulean City
Water Gun The School of Hard Knocks
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Voice actressEdit

Ikue Ōtani (Japanese and English)

GalleryEdit

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