PokémonFebruary. 19,2021 TV-Y7
Join Satoshi accompanied by his partner Pikachu, as he travels through many regions, meets new friends and faces new challenges on his quest to become a Pokémon Master.
Seasons & Episode
In Pallet Town, a young Ash Ketchum is beside himself with anticipation—he’s going to Professor Oak’s Pokémon Camp! But when the day arrives, he oversleeps, and Professor Oak and the other campers leave without him. Two of the young campers, Goh and Chloe, become separated from the group and encounter the Mythical Pokémon Mew—and Goh vows to catch it someday! Meanwhile, a once-lonely Pichu is spending its days with a group of friendly Kangaskhan, but when the time comes for it to set off on its own, it suddenly evolves into Pikachu! After some time, Pikachu ends up at Professor Oak’s lab…and the rest is history!
Ash is attending the opening of Professor Cerise’s new research laboratory in Vermilion City, but the day’s events take an unexpected turn when the Legendary Pokémon Lugia appears nearby! Ash rushes to battle it, but when he jumps onto the massive Pokémon’s back, he finds he’s not alone! A boy named Goh is there, too, documenting everything he can about Lugia. The Pokémon takes Ash and Goh on an amazing adventure, with Goh capturing it all on camera. Professor Cerise is so impressed with the results, he offers Ash and Goh positions as research fellows at the lab—which they both gladly accept!
Ash and Goh are embarking on their first full day as research fellows at Professor Cerise's Laboratory, and the excitement starts right away! There’s an outbreak of Ivysaur and Bulbasaur in Vermilion City, and armed with their new Rotom Phones, our heroes set out to investigate. It turns out the Pokémon are trying to reach a favorite sunbathing spot, but the land is now a construction site for a Gym. Ash and Goh follow as the Pokémon climb the Gym tower—but Team Rocket isn’t far behind! Ash, Pikachu, and the Ivysaur send the trio packing…and then our heroes watch in awe as the triumphant Ivysaur evolve into Venusaur!
Ash and Goh head to the Galar region to see a phenomenon where Pokémon grow giant-sized, but it’ll be a while before their train departs. Making the best of the layover, they grab a snack, but a mischievous Scorbunny and a trio of Nickit distract them and make off with their food—along with Ash’s backpack! Our heroes pursue the Pokémon, but when Scorbunny gets caught by an angry shopkeeper, Goh tries to help the Pokémon by claiming to be its Trainer! The shop keeper knows the truth, but he lets the Pokémon go, and Ash and Goh eventually return to the train…with Scorbunny secretly trailing close behind!
It’s time for research fellows Ash and Goh to explore the Galar region’s Wild Area, known for Dynamax—a phenomenon in which Pokémon can grow to many times their normal size. Our heroes’ train ride there is filled with anticipation…and that mischievous Scorbunny has secretly come along for the ride. They come across a Snorlax who suddenly grows to gigantic size and sprawls across a railroad crossing, still fast asleep! As the train speeds toward them, Scorbunny shows up to help. Working together, they get the Dynamax Snorlax out of the way in the nick of time—and Scorbunny convinces Goh to become its Trainer!
After catching Scorbunny and learning about his Pokédex, Goh is determined to catch lots more Pokémon! But it’s slow going at first when Scorbunny becomes overly excited, causing Pokémon after Pokémon to flee the commotion. Goh’s luck changes when he focuses on Bug-type Pokémon that live in Kanto, and he catches a Caterpie, Metapod, and Venomoth, followed by a Paras, Parasect, and Butterfree. After several more catches, he has just two Bug-type Pokémon to go: Venonat and Scyther. Goh and Scorbunny battle it out with both, and they succeed! Along with Ash and Pikachu, they return to the Cerise Laboratory, where all of Goh’s new Pokémon settle right in!
Ash and Goh are off to the Hoenn region to compete in the Battle Frontier Flute Cup, and when they arrive, Goh catches a Taillow! They soon meet Hodge, an imposing Trainer who’s confident he’ll win the competition—and sure enough, his Mightyena quickly defeats Goh’s Scyther and Scorbunny. But it’s a different story in the final round, when Ash and Mimey face off against Hodge and his Hariyama. Mimey’s calm battling style results in a victory, but when it declines to battle Mightyena, Ash sends in Pikachu—who uses a unique strategy to land the final blow and clinch the grand prize for Ash!
Ash and Goh are checking out some Tentacool when a Pokémon races toward them from across the sea—it’s an exhausted, ravenous Piplup! They learn that its Trainer, Lauren, has been searching for it after it swam away from her in the Sinnoh region. It turns out the proud Piplup is engaged in a fierce rivalry with Lauren’s other Pokémon, a Croagunk who loves being spoiled. Back in Sinnoh, Piplup challenges Croagunk to a Pokémon Iceberg Race, but Team Rocket throws the event into chaos! When Lauren finds herself in danger, the two Pokémon set aside their differences to save their Trainer—and they become good friends as a result!
Ash and Goh head to Ecruteak City in Johto to investigate rumors of a Ho-Oh sighting, and when they arrive, they see something that looks like Ho-Oh flying in the sky! But it’s actually an imitation created by a boy named Chad, whose grandfather Jaye has been unsuccessfully searching for the Legendary Pokémon for years. Jaye has become convinced that Ho-Oh isn’t real, but Ash knows otherwise. Our heroes accompany Chad and Jaye to the top of Bell Tower, where they call out for Ho-Oh. Nothing happens, but just as Ash, Goh, and Chad start to leave, Jaye takes one last look toward the sky…and finally sees Ho-Oh for himself!
After Professor Cerise tells Ash and Goh about a rumor of an island inhabited by Dragonite, our heroes set out to find it. But they get caught in a storm, only to be rescued by a group of Dragonite who take them straight to Dragonite Island! While exploring, they come across a Dragonair who’s having trouble learning how to fly. Determined to help, Ash does some training with Dragonair, and soon it’s flying high. When Team Rocket attacks, it springs into action, evolving into Dragonite to rescue Ash—and then it happily joins his team!
It’s a typical morning as Professor Cerise and his family prepare for their day, and Yamper is excitedly waiting—it won’t accept food from anyone but Chloe, much to her surprise! Later, at the Cerise Laboratory, an aggressive Gengar is up to no good! As Chloe thinks about her own future, Gengar wreaks havoc in the lab, and no one seems to be able to stop it. When Chloe gets home from school, Gengar turns its attention to her, but Yamper is ready to battle!
The World Coronation Series is here, and Ash and Goh have tickets to watch the final match! In a thrilling battle, Lance of the Kanto Elite Four and his red Gyarados go up against Leon, the undefeated Champion of the Galar region, and his Charizard. The action kicks into high gear when Gyarados becomes Dynamax Gyarados and Charizard becomes Gigantamax Charizard. The two Pokémon trade overwhelming attacks, but Charizard’s G-Max Wildfire stops Gyarados in its tracks, giving Leon yet another victory!
After the World Coronation Series finals and the crowning of Monarch Leon, an aggressive Gigantamax Drednaw threatens the stadium! Our heroes spring into action, and Pikachu suddenly Gigantamaxes, saving the stadium and everyone in it! Leon is impressed, and he’s also amazed that Ash doesn’t have a Dynamax Band. When Ash and Goh finally meet the Monarch, Ash challenges him to a battle…and Leonagrees! He lends Ash a Dynamax Band, and the battle between Pikachu and Charizard begins. With both Pokémon Gigantamaxing, the excitement reaches a new level! Leon wins, but Ash is grateful for the opportunity, and he looks forward to a rematch someday…in an official tournament!
Upon arriving in the Unova region, Ash and Goh hear about a place they just have to explore: Colossus Ruins! First, they must cross the fiery-hot Desert Resort, which seems impossible. But an explorer named Kira shows them how to glide across it, and soon they land at their destination. After a perilous journey through the ruins, they discover the identity of the Colossus: a giant Golurk! Designed to protect an ancient city at all costs, the awakened Golurk attacks with devastating power, but Ash, Goh, and the other explorers take it on in a Raid Battle—and Goh succeeds at catching it!
Snowy weather forces Professor Cerise to temporarily close the lab for repairs, so he asks Ash and Goh to return to their homes in the meantime. Goh is happy to see his grandma again, but his parents are busy working elsewhere, so he decides to go meet up with them. Walking through a park, he encounters a Cubone being teased by a trio of Mankey. The Mankey steal Cubone’s bone, and the poor little Pokémon’s despair prompts Goh to help. Ash eventually arrives, and with some help from their Pokémon, our heroes successfully return the bone. The formerly lonely Cubone is so thankful, it insists on joining Goh’s team!
Gengar has resumed its pranks on the Cerise Laboratory…giving our heroes another opportunity to catch it! But when Ash suddenly comes down with a case of bad luck, Goh says it could be Gengar’s curse. Ash goes for a jog to try to snap out of it, and he runs into Gengar’s former Trainer—prompting Gengar itself to emerge from Ash’s shadow! Gengar is furious because its Trainer abandoned it long ago, but after helping Ash and Pikachu battle Team Rocket, it makes it clear that it now wants to join Ash’steam. Ash is happy to oblige—and Gengar’s anger finally subsides!
When Goh’s Darmanitan challenges Scorbunny to use a Fire-type move, Scorbunny tries as hard as it can but comes up short. It begins training hard so it can use the move Ember, but Goh sees things differently and thinks Scorbunny should focus on the moves it already knows—much to Scorbunny’s sadness and anger. Later, during a run-in with Team Rocket, Goh devises a way for Scorbunny to use its own version of Ember. The move works, and Scorbunny defeats Team Rocket…and also evolves into Raboot! Goh is thrilled, but Raboot seems aloof and walks past its Trainer. What could be wrong?
Ash has entered the World Coronation Series so he can have a rematch with Leon! But first, he needs to challenge a strong Trainer with a high ranking so he can work his way up the competitive ladder. Luckily for him, the acting Vermilion Gym Leader, Visquez, is hoping to challenge someone, too! Each Trainer can use two Pokémon, so Ash chooses Pikachu and Gengar, while Visquez teams up with Raichu and Electrode. Visquez has outstanding battle skills, but as always, Ash is thinking outside the box when it comes to strategies. He wins the match, immediately raising his rank to 3,763! On to the next challenge!
Ash and Goh are excited to watch a movie being made! They meet one of the stars, a Ditto who’s developed a fear of performing. Fleeing the movie set, it ends up with Team Rocket. As a self-proclaimed actress, Jessie finds a soft spot in her heart for Ditto, and together they work on conquering its fears. That’s when Ditto learns how to snap out of it—by giving itself a brisk slap on the face! Back at the movie set, Ditto knows what to do: a quick slap on the face, and it’s a huge success! Meanwhile, Jessie wistfully wishes her new friend luck…from one actor to another.
It’s time for Professor Cerise’s Pokémon Orienteering session! Three teams of young kids will head to Vermilion Port, and the team that arrives first (while spotting the most Pokémon en route) wins! Ash and Goh serve as guides: Goh’s team marvels at how many Pokémon he’s caught, and Ash’s team is delighted when he shows off his battling skills. But when Team Rocket threatens to steal everyone’s Pokémon, Ash and Goh come up with a combination move that sends the villains blasting off again! The kids are full of admiration for Ash and Goh, and the professor declares this Pokémon Orienteering session a rousing success!
As Professor Cerise discusses Pokémon Eggs, Goh reveals he’s never seen one before, so he and Ash set off to find one! Along the way, Ash wins another World Coronation Series battle, but Pikachu needs to visit the Pokémon Center to recover. There, our heroes learn that Nurse Joy is caring for a Pokémon Egg that won’t hatch. Feeling a connection with the Egg, Ash agrees to care for it. It finally hatches into a Riolu, who runs off and ends up in over its head in battles with wild Pokémon. After Ash arrives and helps it battle, a bond forms, and Riolu becomes a part of Ash’s Pokémon family!
Our heroes are in Hoenn to research the migration of Beautifly—the window of time to do this is small, so when a north wind appears, Ash and Goh must be ready! Meanwhile, Raboot has been sneaking away at night, and Goh is frustrated with its attitude. Looking for answers, Goh and Ash follow Raboot…and they discover that it’s been helping the local Pokémon secure their home by way of a dance battle! Goh decides Raboot will be happier without him, but just as he’s about to leave, he panics. Right on time, though, Raboot appears—and although it’s still a bit aloof, Goh is happy to be reunited!
It’s a beautiful day in Cerise Park, and Goh sets out to feed the resident Pokémon. Suddenly, our heroes realize that every tray of Pokémon food is empty, and the Pokémon are still hungry! Accusations fly, and a huge brawl erupts, so Ash and Goh are determined to solve the mystery of the missing food. Even Golurk goes on a rampage, but when Goh’s trio of Cascoon are put in a perilous situation, the park Pokémon join forces to help them evolve! As peace returns to Cerise Park, Ash and Goh finally discover the culprit—cheeky little Skwovet has been hiding all the food for itself!
Team Rocket’s Matori has a big mission coming up, and she does not want any incompetence! The solution? Send Jessie, James, and Meowth (and Wobbuffet) on a vacation! They’re happy for a break, but just as they get settled in, the Twerps appear! Ash and Goh are searching for a giant Pokémon who’s rumored to live in a nearby lake—it turns out to be a Magikarp, who Goh catches with the disguised Team Rocket trio’s help! Then, Matori suddenly attacks, but the trio can’t stand seeing her get the upper hand, so they help Ash and Goh defeat her! Perhaps she’ll think twice before excluding them again?
Ash and Goh arrive in the Kalos region, where Goh wants to catch new Pokémon, while Ash wants to raise his World Coronation Series ranking by competing in the Battle Festival Challenge! Ash discovers that his friend Korrina, the Gym Leader of Shalour City, is also competing with her partner Lucario. Both Trainers are one win away from ranking up to the Great Class, so they decide to have a battle! Korrina’s Lucario defeats Ash’s Gengar, but when Ash sends out Dragonite, an unusual strategy takes shape. Even through Lucario Mega Evolves, one final attack gives Ash the win—and a spot in the Great Class!
The Magikarp high jump competition is here, and Goh and his Magikarp want to beat Kasukarp and his partner, Shinegoldie! After some intense training, Goh’s Magikarp leaves Shinegoldie in its wake—but it jumps so high that it enters the stratosphere and doesn’t come back, leaving it disqualified. Then, our heroes visit Slowpoke Island, where they meet lots of Slowpoke and a Slowking! Goh wants to catch Slowking, but the Shellder on its head comes off, and one by one, our heroes find it on top of their heads, resulting in some strange behavior! When the chaos clears, the Shellder ends up back on Slowking’s head—along with Goh’s Magikarp!
With tickets to see Leon battle Galar’s Dragon-type Gym Leader Raihan in the World Coronation Series, our heroes couldn’t be more excited! Both competitors are strong, but the undefeated Leon wins again! Then, after hearing about a young hero who once saved Galar from the effects of a devastating storm, Ash and Goh come across a Galarian Farfetch’d. Although it’s similar to Goh’s Farfetch’d from Kanto, this regional form carries a huge leek that it uses in battle. The Galarian Farfetch’d has been challenging any Trainer who crosses its path—and after battling it and being impressed by its tenacity, Ash welcomes it as the newest member of his team!
Continuing their Galar region trip, Ash and Goh are perplexed when their food disappears in front of their eyes! It’s the work of a timid Pokémon named Sobble, who becomes invisible whenever it touches water. And when it cries, everyone cries! Goh catches it, but when he sends it into battle, Sobble becomes overwhelmed and runs away. It gets captured by Team Rocket, who can’t resist crying along with it. Luckily, Goh thinks of a way to block the effects of Sobble’s tears, so he and Ash send Team Rocket blasting off again! Goh apologizes to Sobble, and the little Pokémon is once again overwhelmed—this time with joy!
A terrified Pidove flees at rapid speed, crashing into Chloe’s window with a thud! Then, to Chloe and her family’s surprise, Yamper drags the injured Pidove inside! The Cerise family wants to help the Pokémon recover, but Yamper becomes jealous of the attention Pidove receives, especially from Chloe. Meanwhile, Pidove is content to stay perched on Yamper’s back—which annoys Yamper even more! But when a menacing Fearow attacks, Chloe draws upon her bond with Yamper to defeat it in battle. Soon after that, Pidove’s Trainer arrives to take his beloved Pokémon home. The Cerise family will never forget Pidove…and Chloe’s appreciation for Pokémon has grown just a bit more!
Ash and Riolu are training hard for the World Coronation Series…perhaps a bit too hard, as Pikachu ends up feeling lonely and jealous. When Delia comes for a visit, her love for Pikachu is abundantly clear, and Pikachu cheers up a bit. After she leaves, Pikachu decides to follow her to Pallet Town. Mimey tries to get Pikachu to return to Ash, but Pikachu refuses, so the two Pokémon begin their journey. Although it’s perilous at times, they finally arrive—and who should suddenly appear but Ash and Goh! Ash apologizes to Pikachu for making it feel lonely, and all returns to normal as Delia welcomes everyone with a meal.
Parker calls Chloe with a problem concerning his friend Jinny: Jinny’s other friends are making fun of her Feebas, saying it’s not cute. Our heroes take Jinny and Feebas to visit Cerise Laboratory, where Chrysa suggests the pair enter a special competition for kids and Water-type Pokémon. The problem is, Jinny can’t swim…but after some hard work and training, Jinny and Feebas put on a fabulous performance! Meanwhile, Team Rocket is after all the Pokémon they can steal. Just in time, Feebas evolves into a beautiful Milotic, and it sends the trio blasting off! Jinny and Milotic receive a special award, and Chloe’s appreciation for Pokémon continues to grow!
Goh’s family is vacationing in Azalea Town for the first time in three years! But when Goh thinks about the last time, he remembers a boy named Horace. Goh and Horace became fast friends, sharing their knowledge of Pokémon as they searched for a shrine where Celebi was sighted. But after promising to meet up again, Horace didn’t return. This time, Goh finds the shrine—and a note from Horace. In the note, Horace apologizes and explains that he couldn’t meet up again because he got sick. As Goh finishes reading, he hears a voice—it’s Horace! As the two start to catch up, a pair of Celebi fly overhead…
It’s an exciting day for our heroes: Goh visits his first Pokémon trading event, and Ash has an official battle against a Bug-type Trainer named Kricketina. Kricketina wants to trade her Heracross for Goh’s Pinsir, but Goh can’t bring himself to do it. Trying to lure a wild Pinsir, Kricketina sets out a batch of homemade treats, but the food ends up attracting a ravenous Team Rocket instead! When Team Rocket gets caught, they try to steal our heroes’ Pokémon—but Heracross steps in and saves the day! Then, after Goh catches a wild Pinsir, he’s ready to trade with Kricketina, and Heracross is happy to join his team!
Ash and Goh are visiting the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City, where the Karate Master has just suffered a rough defeat at the hands of Bea, a stoic Fighting-type Gym Leader from the Galar region. Eager to raise his World Coronation Series ranking and continue his winning streak, Ash challenges Bea to an official battle. Ash’s Pokémon have trained hard, but Bea and her Pokémon prove to be an unexpected challenge. After Bea’s Hawlucha takes down Ash’s Farfetch’d, Riolu is eager to jump in; however, Bea’s intimidating Grapploct overwhelms it and wins…handing Ash his first Pokémon World Coronation Series loss!
After seeing the bond and strength between Ash & Pikachu, Goh decides it's time for him to get his own Pikachu. Ash & Pikachu decide to go to a valley where lots of Pikachu live. Ash's Pikachu befriends some of them, however when they learn what the Pikachu are doing there; mining for Thunder Stones, Ash's Pikachu becomes nervous. The friendly Pikachu it encountered offer Pikachu a Thunderstone, but when Pikachu refuses, a chase is made. After Pikachu goes behind a rock, the signs of evolutions are shown and a Pikachu evolves into a Raichu. Has Ash's Pikachu finally evolved?
After his loss against Bea, Ash has been on a losing streak in battles for the World Coronation Series. However, Ash & Goh soon learn of a sandstorm blowing in Mauville City in Hoenn. This sandstorm lures people inside it so Ash & Goh investigate it to see if it's the work of a Pokémon. When they enter the sandstorm they find the Pokémon Flygon. While Ash tries to face it, Goh unveils a surprising tactic to stop it
Ash & Goh have gone to the Alola Region. It has been a while since Ash was last there so he takes the time to catch up with his old friends, Pokémon and his mentor, Professor Kukui. With his old friends throwing a party for him, Goh gets a bit nervous and eventually, Kiawe challenges Goh to a battle to see if Goh is a fitting rival for Ash. Goh accepts. Will Goh manage to win?
Ash & Goh have decided to attend the Great Fossil Pokémon Exhibit and Chloe has decided to go with them for her school research project. The three of them decide to join an activity where they'll be able to restore fossils into Pokémon if they find ones in good condition. Goh hunts like crazy until he finds an Old Amber, the fossile that can be restored into the Fossil Pokémon, Aerodactyl...
After his prior defeat against Bea, the Gym Leader from the Galar Region, Ash wants a rematch. Hearing she is in Cianwood City in Johto, training at the gym, Ash decides to go there to challenge her again. Bea accepts, with Cianwood's Gym Leader Chuck watching over. Ash & Riolu are wanting to truly overcome her Grapploct's power, but will he be able to get a win?
When a nearby Zapdos is charging in a power plant, a power outage occurs in the Cerise Laboratory. Ash wants to battle Zapdos while Goh wants to catch it. Beginning the search for the legendary bird.
This episode comes in two small parts: Meowth comes down with a cold and as Jessie & James have been relying on him to understand what Ash's Pikachu talks about, they decide to watch footage of Pikachu they've recorded and dub over it in order to try and understand Pikachu In their travels, Ash & Goh encounter some Marshtomp that are stuck in the ground. While trying to help them, a Ludicolo soon appears...
After seeing his Dynamax Band glow on its own, Ash & Goh decide to go to Galar where Pokémon have been Dynamaxing at random times. Deciding to go see Professor Magnolia, they eventually get lost in Slumbering Weald and encounter a mysterious pair of Pokémon...
Ash and Champion Leon work together to take down rampaging Dynamax Pokémon. Meanwhile, Goh and Sonia explore deeper in to the history of the Galar Region.
Goh and Sonia have been accosted by some suspicious men when in Stow-on-Side. After a Dynamax Battle, the mural collapses and leads them to find a statue of some Pokémon behind it. Goh informs Ash of the legend they've uncovered but a massive shockwave goes across Hammerlocke with a red light. The Legendary Pokémon Eternatus has finally been restored and Chairman Rose is responsible. Can Ash stop it?
Chairman Rose has unleashed the Pokémon Eternatus to help solve a future energy crisis. However, with Eternatus unleashed, Pokémon have been Dynamaxing at random across Galar. While Leon has gone to try and stop Eternatus, Ash is trying to stop Chairman Rose. With Goh, Raihan and Sonia joining in to help, will they be able to stop the crisis from overwhelming Galar?
Cerise Laboratory begin to detect psychic energy coming from the isolated island of Cello, this energy is said to belong to Mew. Ash and Goh find the legendary Pokémon Mewtwo on the island and our heroes battle Mewtwo
Ash and Goh enter the Pokémon eating contest at Vermilion City. They face champion eaters like Snorlax and Blaziken along with Team Rocket and thier Morpeko. Team Rocket endured fasting so Morpeko could compete on an empty stomach.
Having had enough of failing to capture Pikachu. Team Rocket make a robot copy to fool Ash, Lucario and Cinderace try to stop Team Rocket, but the two Pokémon end up getting stuck to each other.
Chloe catches an Eevee (her first capture) and becomes a trainer. This Eevee cannot evolve no matter what method people use. Meanwhile. Goh goes back to school so he can do his tests like he promised to his teacher.
Ash, Goh and Chloe meet Gasattsu, who is on a dig to excavate fossils. Our heroes find The Fossil Restoration Machine, which they use to restore the fossils.
Ash has gone to the Rock Tunnel in order to train with Farfetch'd for the Pokémon World Coronation Series. When there, they meet a trainer partnered with Gurdurr and decide to have a match. Will Ash and Farfetch'd manage to get through and beat this trainer?
Ash, Goh and Chloe go visit a former student of Professor Cerise who has become a farmer. He's recently been having issues with Diglett and Dugtrio coming into his fields and causing issues so it's up to Ash, Goh and Chloe to find out what the cause is. Will they be successful?
News has come that the Legendary Pokémon Suicune is staying at a specific lake rather than travelling across the world. Goh is excited and he and Ash go off so that Goh can try and catch Suicune. However, when they get to the lake, they see it is under attack from Pokémon Hunters and Suicune is there trying to protect the lake and the wild Pokémon around. The hunters try to stop Suicune and take it. Will Ash & Goh stop them?
A shocking true story that leaves all of Kanto in tears.
Chloe finds a book about Galarian Ponyta and Rapidash, given her an image of an injured Rapidash.
Ash goes to the Kalos Region to further train Galarian Farfetch'd, while also growing a stronger bond. Wikstrom challenges Ash to a Pokémon battle with an Aegislash. Goh's Scyther evolves into a Scizor.