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Aside from the main games, Squirtle appears in Hey You, Pikachu!
Squirtle appears in Super Smash Bros. In Super Smash Bros.
Ultimate for Nintendo Switch , once again linked with Ivysaur and Charizard, although the removal of the fatigue mechanic means that an entire match can be played effectively using Squirtle alone.
They first appear as delinquents, but their interactions with Ash and Co. The leader of the gang, however, chooses to go with Ash and battle for him; throughout Ash's journey through the Kanto region, it is an invaluable member of Ash's team, and proves its strength without ever evolving.
Eventually, the Squirtle parts ways with Ash in order to lead its old gang, who were suffering a lack of proper guidance.
Despite returning to its hometown, Squirtle will happily aid Ash whenever he requests it. Whenever Squirtle appears he puts on a pair of black pointed sunglasses. Ash's second female companion, May received her own Squirtle from Professor Oak.
In addition, its normal form appears as a playable character. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch. After Mewtwo destroys the laboratory where it was born, Team Rocket's leader, Giovanni , convinces Mewtwo he can help it control its powers, instead using Mewtwo as a weapon.
After escaping Giovanni, Mewtwo questions its reason for existence and declares revenge on its creators. Once it does so, Mewtwo forces the originals to battle their clones in an effort to determine which set is superior, while Mewtwo faces its own original, Mew. Ash sacrifices himself to stop the fighting, though he is later revived. Mewtwo, Mew, and the clones then leave to find a sanctuary, erasing all memory of the events from those gathered. Created by scientist Dr.
Fuji, Mewtwo is one of several cloning attempts, which also include a clone of Fuji's deceased daughter. The young Mewtwo befriends her, communicating telepathically; however, the cloning process proves unstable, and she dies.
To save the traumatized Mewtwo, Fuji erases its memories and puts it under sedation until its body finishes developing, leading to the events of the film. The CD drama was later adapted into a short anime, and was included with Japanese home releases and broadcasts of Mewtwo Strikes Back and later in North America in December as part of Mewtwo Returns. Mewtwo as a child is voiced in Japanese by Fujiko Takimoto for the CD drama and Showtaro Morikubo for the anime, while in the English localization the voice actor is uncredited.
Voiced by Dan Green in English with Ichimura reprising the role in Japanese, Mewtwo and the clones have since found peace in another region. However, Giovanni, whose memories were left intact after the first film, locates and pursues Mewtwo.
Assisted by Ash and his companions, Mewtwo comes to terms with its existence and defeats Giovanni, removing any memory of itself from his and his soldiers' minds, while leaving the others unaffected.
As everyone departs, Mewtwo sets out on its own. In it, Mewtwo faces a robotic replica of itself, MechaMew2, created by Giovanni and able to learn any attacks used against it.
However, after learning compassion from Mewtwo, the machine rebels and self-destructs.