Misty is a character whose first appearance was in the very first episode of the anime series. In the first episode, she first meets Ash after fishing him out of the water when he was trying to get away from a flock of Spearow. Ash then takes Misty's bike from her in order to escape the Spearow which is then inadvertently wrecked by Pikachu's Thunder Shock. Misty then tracks down Ash and follows him around on his adventures until he can pay her back, although she eventually forgets about the bike and becomes one of Ash's closest friends in the process. However, at the end of their journey through the Johto Region, Misty's bike has been fully repaired, and she departs to return home to Cerulean City to resume her duties as a Gym Leader. Misty has short, orange hair tied into a side ponytail. She has green eyes and fair skin.
She gives the Cascade Badge to trainers that defeat her. Because of her popularity, Misty has been featured in every type of media the franchise has been in. This includes the anime, manga series, toys, music and others. She has ranged from being a main character to being one of the minor characters depending on the storyline. She shares some similar experiences with her anime version in "The Electric Tale of Pikachu". Her bike is also destroyed by Pikachu 's Thundershock , and she occasionally tags along with Ash in his travels, though it is not as constant as it is in the anime. There are some differences though, including her outfit, and age 12 , while she is 10 in the animated series, and the fact that she is not always traveling with Ash.
Eventually, she decided to return home to preside over her family's Gym. Not much is known about Misty's early childhood other than her technically being one of the Gym Leaders alongside the three sisters. When she was very young, an encounter with a Gyarados at the Cerulean Gym led to her being frightened of them. In No Big Woop! Misty often received hand-me-down toys and clothes from her older sisters, who seemed to have been favored in their family, as seen during flashbacks in Princess vs.
It began broadcasting on TV Tokyo in Ash is usually joined by his electric mouse partner Pikachu , and a regularly changing line-up of human friends. Recurring antagonists of Ash and his friends throughout the show are the frequently comedic thieves from Team Rocket, made up of the humans Jessie and James, a talking Meowth , and later, a Wobbuffet. Their goal is to raise the level of all the world's oceans with the power of Kyogre. They are a group of experts in the fields of geology and plate tectonics.
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