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They soon find them all evolving into Butterfree, pleasing the heroes they saw this wonderful Ash comes back and seeing Caterpie still asleep, he wakes it up . and it seems in a future episode Ash might be meeting Butterfree again. As soon as Ash got all the starter Pokémon he started ignoring. No, Ash never did meet back with Pidgeot or Butterfree nor did he go back Every time Ash gets good Pokemon early on in the show, he just.
It wakes up and got terrified of them, then runs to the higher point of the tree. However, it hangs on a branch, which snaps. Caterpie falls down, but Ash rescues it, but bashes himself into the tree. Ash tells Caterpie he had the latter before and cannot ignore it. Instead, he asks it for a training, which Caterpie agrees to. They come to a bush, where Caterpie eats some leaves, then takes a nap. Seeing Caterpie taking naps all the time, Ash, Pikachu and their friends do the same.
After some Altaria and Swablu pass by, Caterpie wakes up. Ash has an idea, for a training - he, Pikachu and Caterpie climb trees. Caterpie uses String Shot and swings from tree to tree.
Iris does this with the vines, so Ash and Pikachu do it as well, but miss a vine and fall down. Caterpie uses String Shot and binds Ash and Pikachu, saving them from the fall.
The next day, Ash has another day with Caterpie before falling asleep at night. Team Rocket watched this and see Caterpie is taking too much time to evolve. They don't care much for it, as their real target is Pikachu. The next day, the heroes go with Caterpie to harvest berries. Ash and Iris see a claw mark, symbolizing someone's territory. That someone is Ursaring, who chases them down. Seeing Caterpie eating its berries, Ursaring strikes, but Ash saves Caterpie in time and hides.
Ursaring passes by and is accidentally shot by Caterpie's String Shot, from the hiding Caterpie and Ash was.
The latte runs away with the former from Ursaring. Caterpie starts releasing smell from its antenna, angering Ursaring even more, cornering them both to the end of a cliff.
Caterpie Tackles Ursaring and binds it with String Shot. Despite Ursaring freeing itself, it got hit by Pikachu's Thunderbolt and runs off. Ash thanks Pikachu and Caterpie, the latter evolving into a Metapod. However, it retains its napping issue. Ash is not certain, since Metapod naps more than it trains.
Next day, the heroes run with Metapod and when they take a break, they notice the Butterfree flying to them. Iris suspects they used Tailwind, since they came here a week earlier. Ash wakes Metapod up to conduct the special training, else it may not evolve and leave with Butterfree.
At the end of the day, Metapod still hasn't evolved and takes a nap. Ash tries to get it to train, but Pikachu and Metapod get captured by Team Rocket.
The latter, after performing their motto, did not count to catch Metapod, but they take it anyway and place Pikachu in a cage, who can't get out even when using Thunderbolt. Ash runs and goes to their balloon, so James sends Amoonguss, who uses Body Slam on him. Now that I look at it, it doesn't even look like Ash's old Butterfree.
Characters that never show up are often used in opening clips Max and Misty have all been in openings for Sinnoh. Now yes it's obviously Ash's old Butterfree in that clip, but isn't that part of Spurt, where the entire point is to highlight all of Ash's Pokemon?
Kirbychu March 26th, It looks like the writers might have originally planned for Pidgeot to appear in the 10th movie. Either way, it was cut. Vernikova March 26th, Right, which is why I said in an opening.
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Right below that sentence I clealry gave the answer no that he hadn't. In an opening he did. I don't know if you people just can't read but really now.
The Pikachu Company produces the movies. The anime ongoing series is a completely different company.Goodbye Butterfree!
They probably share some staff of course, the voice actorsbut they generally act as two different bodies. The people who made up the theory that this is Ash's Pidgeot are the same idiots who thought Ash and Brock were leaving the series just because ONE poster only featured Dawn and no one else. AmitieFan March 27th,5: I've felt so sorry for Butterfree in that episode when it leaves. That might be the reason why in the games, I don't get rid of Butterfree.
Unlike many others, Butterfree was released.
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Pidgeot has a specific goal of protecting the flock. Many of the others often marked as releases are just "in training" and can be called upon at any time. AmitieFan March 27th, Well, that makes sense. I haven't watched the older episodes for a long time, so I pretty much forgot that Butterfree was released. So does that mean Butterfree may not come back in the show? Dreadnought March 27th, ,