Chinchou debuted in Pikachu And Pichu. Two Chinchou appeared in The Legend of Thunder!. One was swimming in a lake, while the other one was swimming in a pool in a Pokémon Center. Chinchou is one of the Electric-type Pokémon that was seen in the lake with crystal in As Clear As Crystal.
Pichu is a chinchilla rat (debatable), Pikachu is based on a mountain viscacha or a pika, Raichu is a springhare (debatable); Plusle and Minun are rabbits (debatable); Pachirisu is a earth squirrel, Emolga is based on a flying squirrel, Dedenne is a Woodland jumping mouse and Togedemaru is a ryukyu spiny rat (debatable).
Eelektrik is a vigorous carnivore and has a good appetite. Upon spotting prey, it immediately attacks and paralyzes it, then coils around it and shocks it with electricity from its circular electricity-generating organs before eating it.
Eelektross is an eel-like Pokémon that resembles a lamprey, with a long tentacle-like, finned limb extending from its head. It has red eyes, dark blue body, and possesses clawed, paddle-like arms with yellow spots and yellow-and-red palms.
An Electabuzz appears in Pocket Monsters HeartGold & SoulSilver Go! Go! Pokéathlon. In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga. Giovanni's Electabuzz appears in Good-Bye, Pikachu?!. Another Electabuzz appears in I Want to Become Popular!! In the Pokémon Zensho manga. Electabuzz is Lt. Surge's only known Pokémon.
Gary Oak used an Electivire to battle against Ash's Pikachu in Home is Where the Start Is!. It appeared again in Ill-Will Hunting!, where it helped Gary protect four Shieldon. It reappeared in The Needs of the Three!, where Saturn's Toxicroak defeated it when it tried to stop Team Galactic from capturing the lake guardians.
Electrode, an electric Ball Pokémon, is the evolved form of Voltorb. It has the tendency to explode with even the slightest provocation, which has earned it the nickname "Wrecking Ball." Electrode is the quickest Pokémon found to date, and its distinctive white-over-red coloring is the opposite of Voltorb's.
Emolga (Japanese: エモンガ Emonga) is an Electric/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. Emolga is a mammalian flying squirrel-like Pokémon that resembles Pichu, Pikachu, Plusle, Minun and Pachirisu. It has white fur on its face and the front side of its body. The back of Emolga's head is...
Flaaffy's wool quality changes so that it can generate a high amount of static electricity with a small amount of wool. The bare and slick parts of its hide are shielded against electricity. Flaaffy's wool quality changes so that it can generate a high amount of static electricity with a small amount of wool.
A Galvantula appeared in Team Plasma's Pokémon Power Plot! as a test specimen of Colress. A Galvantula appeared in Meowth, Colress and Team Rivalry! A Galvantula appeared in Cilan and the Case of the Purrloin Witness!, under the ownership of Teaque.
Pikachu was able to defeat Magnemite with Quick Attack. A Magnemite appeared in Watt's with Wattson?, under the ownership of Wattson. Much like Jasmine's Magnemite, this Magnemite battled Pikachu during Ash's Gym battle against Wattson. It was defeated when Pikachu became overpowered. Multiple wild Magnemite also appeared later on in the episode.
Manectric is constantly discharging electricity from its mane. The sparks sometimes ignite forest fires. When it enters a battle, this Pokémon creates thunderclouds. Alpha Sapphire : Manectric discharges strong electricity from its mane. The mane is used for collecting electricity in the atmosphere. This Pokémon creates thunderclouds above its head.
Mareep is a sheep-like Pokémon with fluffy cream-colored wool covering its entire body, as well as a curly tuft of wool in the middle of its head. Its head is blue, and it has black eyes. Its four feet are blue and have two digits on each foot, and it appears to be on tiptoe at all times.
A Minun appeared in Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad. A Minun appeared in Party Dancecapades!, under the ownership of a Pokémon Performer participating in Monsieur Pierre's dance party. A Minun appeared in Battling With a Clean Slate! alongside a Plusle; both were under the ownership of an unnamed Trainer.
It looks like Pikachu was the better choice overall! Ha, take that you squirrel thing! *bonks Pachirisu with newspaper* Anyways, that is true. Pikachu does get better stats when it holds the Lightball. Pachirisu might be cute enough for contests, but not good enough for battling.
Pikachu, the yellow Pokemon that Ash Ketchum typically carries with him, is listed on the official Pokemon website as a "Mouse Pokemon," though anatomically, Pikachu is probably more remniscent of a hamster or a pika. The similarity between the names pika and Pikachu has led to speculation that ...
A Plusle appeared in Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad. A Plusle appeared in Party Dancecapades!, under the ownership of a Pokémon Performer participating in Monsieur Pierre's dance party. A Plusle appeared in Battling With a Clean Slate! alongside a Minun; both were under the ownership of an unnamed Trainer.
Although if Pikachu holds a Light Ball, its Special Attack will be double and therefore making it higher than Raichu's, even though all of its other stats will still be lower than Raichu's so if you use a Light Ball you should have Thunder Bolt, Thunder, Surf, and Substitute or something.
Raikou's number in the National Pokédex and the Johto Pokédex is the same: 243. Origin Raikou may be particularly based on the Thunder and Lightning gods of most cultures surrounding the world, mostly the 雷獣 raijū (lit. thunder beast), a thunder demon of Japanese lore and is said to be Raijin's companion.
Rotom is tied with Tynamo as the lightest Electric-type Pokémon. Rotom was the first Pokémon mentioned to be genderless in the anime. Rotom and each of its forms were designed by different designers: Normal Rotom was designed by Ken Sugimori. Heat Rotom was designed by Lee HyunJung. Wash Rotom was designed by Hiroki Fuchino.
While holding an Air Balloon, Stunfisk is the only dual-typed Pokémon that is immune to both of its types. Stunfish is the only non-legendary Ground-type Pokémon with no evolutionary relatives. Origin. Stunfisk seems to be based on a flounder or dab combined with an electric ray.
A Voltorb appeared in Pikachu Re-Volts, where it was among the Pokémon controlled by Cassidy and Butch. A Voltorb appeared in The Power of One. A Voltorb appeared in Tricks of the Trade as one of the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Swap Meet in Palmpona.
Zapdos is a legendary bird Pokémon that has the ability to control electricity. It usually lives in thunderclouds. The Pokémon gains power if it is stricken by lightning bolts. Sapphire; Emerald : Zapdos is a legendary bird Pokémon that has the ability to control electricity. It usually lives in thunderclouds.
Zebstrika, the Thunderbolt Pokémon and the evolved form of Blitzle. Zebstrika can be dangerous when angry, shooting lightning in all directions from its mane. It is lightning fast and when running at full gallop, thunder echos through the air. BW106: Zebstrika: Ash's Pokédex Zebstrika, the Thunderbolt Pokémon and the evolved form of Blitzle.
Zekrom is the heaviest Pokémon introduced in Generation V and the heaviest Electric-type Pokémon. Zekrom, as well as Reshiram, made an appearance alongside Pikachu and a Poké Ball in 2010's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Zekrom is Ken Sugimori's favorite Pokémon from Pokémon Black and White.