Megaree

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Megaree
メガぴょん Megapyon
Poké Ball
Megaree.png
Crystal's Meganium
Debuts in Murkrow Row
Caught in Three Cheers for Chikorita
Caught at Route 30
Evolves in Lively Larvitar
Lively Lugia III
Gender Male
Ability Overgrow
Nature Hardy
Current location With Crystal
Chikorita Bayleef Meganium
This Pokémon spent 44 rounds as Chikorita and 13 rounds as Bayleef.

Megaree (Japanese: メガぴょん Megapyon), known as Mega in Chuang Yi's translations, is one of the Pokémon owned by Crystal in the Pokémon Adventures manga. Megaree debuted as a Chikorita in Murkrow Row as a cameo. He officially debuted in Three Cheers for Chikorita. As of With a Little Help From Hitmonchan, he is level 80 and his Characteristic is "very patient."

History

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

As a Chikorita

Megaree first appeared as a Chikorita in Murkrow Row, and was left on his own after Silver stole Totodile and Gold took Cyndaquil. He wanted to go on adventures with a Trainer. However, Crystal had no plans of adding new Pokémon to her team, and in Three Cheers for Chikorita he ran away from the lab to convince her. He soon finds her on Route 30 and is grabbed by a Victreebel as a shield against Crystal's Archy. Crystal then tells Chumee to use Mean Look and captures them both. Crystal then tells Chikorita that she is going to send both of them to Professor Oak. Chikorita shows discontent from this and signals he wants to join her. Crystal decides to test Chikorita by having him battle Monlee. Chikorita uses Razor Leaf and is shocked when Monlee punches the leaves away. Monlee then uses Mega Punch and breaks the ground. Chikorita manages to stay there while the ground starts to give way. When it stops, Crystal smiles and tells Chikorita that no Pokémon had ever taken Monlee's Mega Punch in the face before. She tells him that he has mega watts of courage and names him Megaree, adding him to her team. Since all of Crystal's team members have a star theme, Chumee gave him her star pendant.

In Lively Larvitar, Megaree battled against the Larvitar that injured Archy in the past. Megaree instantly jumped into the battle after Archy was defeated out of rage from what Larvitar did and tackles it. Larvitar quickly gains the advantage, but is knocked out and captured once Megaree evolved into Bayleef.

As a Bayleef

In Lively Lugia II, Megaree fights against a wild Lugia and meets back up with Exbo and Croconaw. After a tiring battle with Lugia the three starters evolve into their final form due to the stress of the battle and the encouragement of the others. Gold then attempts to capture Lugia, but it escapes.

In The Last Battle XIV, Megaree is used alongside the other starters to try and stop Pryce from capturing Celebi.

Emerald chapter

Crystal and Megaree

Prior to The Final Battle I, Megaree was revealed to have mastered Frenzy Plant from Ultima. In The Final Battle VIII, Megaree teamed up with Saur and Emerald's Sceptile to attack with Frenzy Plant to help destroy Guile Hideout's fake Kyogre.

HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter

In All About Arceus V, Megaree teams up with Exbo and Feraligatr to use their ultimate attacks against the incomplete forms of Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina. While the attack managed to slow them down it ended up failing.

Personality and characteristics

Megaree is a very brave Pokémon and is described by Crystal as someone with "mega watts of courage". He wastes no time jumping into difficult battles and refuses to give up. Megaree also has a strong sense of justice and hates seeing the strong prey off of the weak.

Moves used

Megaree Bayleef Razor Leaf.png
Using Razor Leaf as a Bayleef
Move First Used In
Razor Leaf Three Cheers for Chikorita
Frenzy Plant The Final Battle VII
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese メガぴょん Megapyon From メガニウム Meganium
English Megaree* From Meganium
Mega* From Meganium
Spanish Mega From Meganium
Korean 메가뿅 Megappyong From 메가니움 Meganium
Chinese (Mandarin) 大菊蹦跳 Dàjúbèngtiào
百萬蹦跳 Bǎiwànbèngtiào*
From 大菊花 Dàjúhuā (Meganium)
From 百萬 bǎiwàn (one million)
Vietnamese Megapyon Transliteration of his Japanese name

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Chikorita, Bayleef, and Meganium.


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