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(Trivia: Same goes for Swift. Also, it's been like... a decade since I last saw this, but were the Sneasel's ear feather really smaller (like, is there a comparison?) or can it be chalked up as animation inconsistencies?)
 
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*As with AG183, 山下恵 Megumi Yamashita was credited as 総作監補佐 general animation assistant director}}
'''Duels of the Jungle!''' (Japanese: '''襲撃!はぐれマニューラ!!''' ''Attack! The Stray {{tt|Manyula|Weavile}}!!'') is the 185th episode of the {{series|Advanced Generation}}. It was first broadcast in Japan on July 27, 2006, and in the United States on January 13, 2007.
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'''Duels of the Jungle!''' (Japanese: '''襲撃!はぐれマニューラ!!''' ''Attack! The Stray {{tt|Manyula|Weavile}}!!'') is the 185th episode of the {{series|Advanced Generation}}, and the 459th episode of the [[Pokémon anime]]. It was first broadcast in Japan on July 27, 2006, and in the United States on January 13, 2007.
   
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== Synopsis ==
 
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=== Debuts ===
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<i>On the way to Fennel Valley, Ash's Aipom scampers away and runs into a Weavile with an attitude. Aipom's up for a battle, but Weavile deals it a harsh defeat! Luckily, Ash and his friends meet a passing wilderness guardian named Kerrigan, who lets Aipom rest at his home. Kerrigan explains that the Weavile belonged to a local group of Weavile and Sneasel, but now it's alone and challenges any Trainer's Pokémon it sees. Ash resolves to help Kerrigan find the stray Weavile before anyone else is hurt.
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Team Rocket wants to find Weavile, but once they do, it's not interested in joining their gang. Ash and his friends can't seem to get through to the Weavile, either. Then a Sneasel shows up on the scene, and the truth comes out! The stray Weavile was leader of the Weavile and Sneasel group, until another Weavile came and beat it in a battle for leadership. However, the new leader turned out to be a bully, and so Sneasel left the group as well.
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That's when the Weavile leader shows up to bring Sneasel back. Ash challenges the stray Weavile to stand up for itself and help Sneasel, and both Weavile decide to battle. The stray Weavile comes out the winner and becomes leader once again. The losing Pokémon won't be left out in the cold this time, because Sneasel asks both Weavile to cooperate with each other—and they agree! Now the forest will once again be at peace, and our heroes can continue their journey to Ash's rematch with Brandon!</i>
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==Plot==
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While heading towards the [[Battle Pyramid]] for {{Ash}}'s final Frontier challenge, {{ashfr|the group}} takes a break in a forest clearing. {{AP|Aipom}}, interested in the flowers, wanders off and gets lost, coming face-to-face with a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Weavile}}. Weavile challenges Aipom to a {{pkmn|battle}}, starting with {{m|Shadow Ball}}; the explosion alerts the group that Aipom is in trouble. Rushing over, {{an|May}} scans the Weavile with her [[Pokédex]]. Ash asks if the Weavile wants to battle, to which it replies with another Shadow Ball. The gang quickly moves out of harm's way, only to be attacked by another Shadow Ball. Ash has {{AP|Pikachu}} use {{m|Thunderbolt}}, though Weavile evades and replies with another Shadow Ball. Pikachu attempts to dodge, but gets caught in the crossfire. Aipom quickly covers for Pikachu, although Weavile dodges her {{m|Swift}} attack. Ash tells Aipom to use {{m|Double Team}}, followed by Swift. Still, Weavile is able to dodge and goes straight into a Shadow Ball attack, [[Anime physics|hurting Aipom]] and knocking her out. While Weavile leaves the scene, [[Jessie]] of {{TRT}} hopes to add the aggressive Pokémon to her team. {{MTR}} advises against it, and soon leaves to fight Weavile on his own.
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Looking up after helping Aipom, the group notices Weavile has disappeared. Soon enough [[Kerrigan]], a member of the Wilderness Guard Corps, invites the group to his base to help Aipom recover. Once inside the small cabin, the group inquires about the Weavile. Kerrigan says the Weavile is a stray and that there is a gang of both Weavile and {{p|Sneasel}}. He claims that Weavile had left the group and now challenges random {{pkmn|Trainer}}s to battle it. Kerrigan decides it would be best if he went outside and searched around. The group decides to tag along, leaving Aipom to rest after her harsh battle. Kerrigan leads them to a forest location, which Weavile is known to frequent. However, Weavile isn't there, so [[Max]] suggests Pikachu track it down using its scent.
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Meanwhile, the stray Weavile glumly looks at its reflection in the river. Jessie and [[James]] watch as Meowth approaches it, dressed as a fellow Weavile. Weavile, however, doesn't seem to buy that Meowth is a fellow Weavile at all, even smacking away Moewth's hand to avoid a handshake. After Weavile threatens him, Meowth flees to the safety of his teammates. Jessie, unsatisfied with Meowth's claims, angrily threatens to do worse to Meowth if he doesn't get out and talk to Weavile. Before Meowth can react, Ash and friends show up. Pikachu runs over to Weavile and begins to talk to it. Meowth translates for Jessie and James, saying that Pikachu asked what Weavile was doing, to which Weavile replied that it didn't need to answer that question. After that, Meowth couldn't follow. Jessie angrily stands up, yelling at Meowth and revealing their position to the [[twerp]]s. After their {{motto}}, Jessie throws herself at Weavile's feet.
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Soon, a Sneasel runs over, happy to see the stray Weavile. Meowth begins to translate their conversation. Weavile asks the Sneasel why she had followed it, to which Sneasel replies that she wasn't following the Weavile, she was escaping from the rogue Weavile that the stray Weavile had fought with for leadership. However, Weavile had lost the match, ending up with a scar on its face, and also becoming a stray. Weavile explains that its motives behind attacking the random Trainers was to be tough. The female Sneasel reveals she was sick of being pushed around by the rogue Weavile, which turned out to be extremely mean, so she ran away from the group. Immediately following the speech, the rogue Weavile shows up, with three other Weavile as backup. Sneasel cowers behind the stray Weavile, to which Jessie responds that the Weavile was hers. Weavile, angered by her, easily sends Team Rocket blasting off with a Shadow Ball.
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Soon, the battle between the four Weavile and the stray Weavile ensues. The three Weavile attack first, but are in turn attacked by Pikachu. The rogue Weavile angrily attacks the stray, beginning a one-on-one battle with both Weavile running along the river bank. The rogue uses Shadow Ball which is easily dodged by the stray, who also uses Shadow Ball. The stray's Shadow Ball hits the water, splashing it up between the two. The rogue Weavile jumps through the water and tries to {{m|slash}} Weavile's face with its claws. Weavile is able to block the attack with its own claws and send the rogue Weavile flying into the water, following up with a Shadow Ball. Unfortunately, the other Weavile is able to escape, using Shadow Ball on the stray one. The stray Weavile remembers its previous battle with the rogue Weavile and realises it was planning on using the Shadow Ball as a distraction to slash at its face like before. Weavile dodges the oncoming Shadow Ball and is able to use its claws to throw the rogue away. Almost defeated, the rogue Weavile lands beside the riverbank. The stray jumps on top of it and thrusts its claws at it. The rogue braces itself, but no attack comes. Sparing the rogue Weavile, the stray has now regained its place as the leader. Both the new leader and the rogue Weavile made a truce, with Sneasel's help. After thanking Ash, Weavile walks off in peace to go back to its group with Sneasel and the others.
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Ash and his friends head back to the cabin, finding a fully recovered Aipom. With their work done, the group says goodbye to Kerrigan. Aipom happily runs on ahead, setting the pace for everyone else to catch up as they journey towards the Battle Pyramid.
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==Major events==
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* {{p|Weavile}}
 
* {{p|Weavile}}
   
== Characters ==
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==Characters==
=== Humans ===
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===Humans===
 
* {{Ash}}
 
* {{Ash}}
 
* {{an|May}}
 
* {{an|May}}
* [[Brock]]
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* {{an|Brock}}
 
* [[Max]]
 
* [[Max]]
 
* [[Jessie]]
 
* [[Jessie]]
 
* [[James]]
 
* [[James]]
* [[Kerrigan]] (Seiyū: 三宅健太 ''Kenta Miyake'')
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* [[Kerrigan]]
* {{p|Houndoom}} {{pkmn|Trainer}} (flashback)
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* Trainer (flashback)
   
=== Pokémon ===
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===Pokémon===
* {{p|Pikachu}} ([[Ash's Pikachu|Ash's]])
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* {{p|Pikachu}} ({{OP|Ash|Pikachu}})
* {{p|Meowth}} ([[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Team Rocket]])
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* {{p|Meowth}} ({{TRM}})
* {{p|Wobbuffet}} ([[Jessie's Wobbuffet|Jessie's]])
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* {{p|Wobbuffet}} ({{OP|Jessie|Wobbuffet}})
* {{p|Aipom}} ([[Dawn's Aipom|Ash's]])
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* {{p|Aipom}} ({{OP|Ash|Aipom}})
* {{p|Weavile}} (stray, seiyū: 小西克幸 ''[[Katsuyuki Konishi]]'')
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* {{p|Weavile}} (×5; a stray; a leader; three subordinates)
* Weavile (stranger, seiyū: 飛田展男 ''Nobuo Tobita'')
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* {{p|Sneasel}} (multiple; one female)
* Weavile (subordinate A, seiyū: 阪口大助 ''[[Daisuke Sakaguchi]]'')
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* {{p|Houndoom}} (Trainer's; flashback)
* Weavile (subordinate B, seiyū: 三木眞一郎 ''[[Shin'ichirō Miki]]*'')
 
* {{p|Sneasel}} (female, seiyū: 西村ちなみ ''[[Chinami Nishimura]]'')
 
* Sneasel (herd)
 
* {{p|Houndoom}} (flashback)
 
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== Trivia ==
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==Trivia==
* The instrumental version of 小さきもの ''[[A Small Thing]]'' from [[Jirachi: Wishmaker]] was used as background music.
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* An instrumental version of [[A Small Thing]] from ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' was used as background music.
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* {{AP|Aipom}} remains outside of her {{i|Poké Ball}} throughout this episode.
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* [[List of Pokémon with gender differences|Gender differences]] are shown in the {{pkmn|anime}} for the first time, as the female {{p|Sneasel}} has a smaller ear feather than males.
   
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===Errors===
* In one scene, one of the Weavile's ear feathers is blue instead of the usual red.
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* When {{AP|Pikachu}} tracks down Weavile, its right ear feather is gray instead of red.
* Meowth once pronounces Weavile's name as ''"weave-ull"''.
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** Weavile's left ear feather is gray as well just before blasting {{TRT}} off.
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* When {{Ash}} motivates {{p|Weavile}} in the English dub, he says "You let that Weavile walk all over you before", despite the fact that it stood up to and battled the rogue Weavile to defend its tribe's leadership.
   
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AG185 error.png|Weavile's ear error
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* French: '''{{tt|Duel dans la forêt|Duel in the forest}}'''
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*Italian: '''{{tt|In lotta per il territorio|Fighting for the territory}}'''
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AG184 : Strategy Tomorrow - Comedy Tonight!
Advanced Generation series
AG186 : Overjoyed!
Duels of the Jungle!
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AG185   EP459
襲撃!はぐれマニューラ!!
Attack! The Stray Manyula!!
First broadcast
Japan July 27, 2006
United States January 13, 2007
English themes
Opening Battle Frontier
Ending Pokémon Go!
Japanese themes
Opening スパート!
Ending 私、負けない! ~ハルカのテーマ~
Credits
Animation Team Iguchi
Screenplay 十川誠志 Masashi Sogo
Storyboard 秦義人 Yoshito Hata
Assistant director 渡辺正彦 Masahiko Watanabe
Animation director 志村泉 Izumi Shimura
Additional credits
  • Screenshots on Filb.de
  • As with AG183, 山下恵 Megumi Yamashita was credited as 総作監補佐 general animation assistant director

Duels of the Jungle! (Japanese: 襲撃!はぐれマニューラ!! Attack! The Stray Manyula!!) is the 185th episode of the Advanced Generation series, and the 459th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on July 27, 2006, and in the United States on January 13, 2007.

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Contents

Blurb

On the way to Fennel Valley, Ash's Aipom scampers away and runs into a Weavile with an attitude. Aipom's up for a battle, but Weavile deals it a harsh defeat! Luckily, Ash and his friends meet a passing wilderness guardian named Kerrigan, who lets Aipom rest at his home. Kerrigan explains that the Weavile belonged to a local group of Weavile and Sneasel, but now it's alone and challenges any Trainer's Pokémon it sees. Ash resolves to help Kerrigan find the stray Weavile before anyone else is hurt.

Team Rocket wants to find Weavile, but once they do, it's not interested in joining their gang. Ash and his friends can't seem to get through to the Weavile, either. Then a Sneasel shows up on the scene, and the truth comes out! The stray Weavile was leader of the Weavile and Sneasel group, until another Weavile came and beat it in a battle for leadership. However, the new leader turned out to be a bully, and so Sneasel left the group as well.

That's when the Weavile leader shows up to bring Sneasel back. Ash challenges the stray Weavile to stand up for itself and help Sneasel, and both Weavile decide to battle. The stray Weavile comes out the winner and becomes leader once again. The losing Pokémon won't be left out in the cold this time, because Sneasel asks both Weavile to cooperate with each other—and they agree! Now the forest will once again be at peace, and our heroes can continue their journey to Ash's rematch with Brandon!

Plot

While heading towards the Battle Pyramid for Ash's final Frontier challenge, the group takes a break in a forest clearing. Aipom, interested in the flowers, wanders off and gets lost, coming face-to-face with a wild Weavile. Weavile challenges Aipom to a battle, starting with Shadow Ball; the explosion alerts the group that Aipom is in trouble. Rushing over, May scans the Weavile with her Pokédex. Ash asks if the Weavile wants to battle, to which it replies with another Shadow Ball. The gang quickly moves out of harm's way, only to be attacked by another Shadow Ball. Ash has Pikachu use Thunderbolt, though Weavile evades and replies with another Shadow Ball. Pikachu attempts to dodge, but gets caught in the crossfire. Aipom quickly covers for Pikachu, although Weavile dodges her Swift attack. Ash tells Aipom to use Double Team, followed by Swift. Still, Weavile is able to dodge and goes straight into a Shadow Ball attack, hurting Aipom and knocking her out. While Weavile leaves the scene, Jessie of Team Rocket hopes to add the aggressive Pokémon to her team. Meowth advises against it, and soon leaves to fight Weavile on his own.

Looking up after helping Aipom, the group notices Weavile has disappeared. Soon enough Kerrigan, a member of the Wilderness Guard Corps, invites the group to his base to help Aipom recover. Once inside the small cabin, the group inquires about the Weavile. Kerrigan says the Weavile is a stray and that there is a gang of both Weavile and Sneasel. He claims that Weavile had left the group and now challenges random Trainers to battle it. Kerrigan decides it would be best if he went outside and searched around. The group decides to tag along, leaving Aipom to rest after her harsh battle. Kerrigan leads them to a forest location, which Weavile is known to frequent. However, Weavile isn't there, so Max suggests Pikachu track it down using its scent.

Meanwhile, the stray Weavile glumly looks at its reflection in the river. Jessie and James watch as Meowth approaches it, dressed as a fellow Weavile. Weavile, however, doesn't seem to buy that Meowth is a fellow Weavile at all, even smacking away Moewth's hand to avoid a handshake. After Weavile threatens him, Meowth flees to the safety of his teammates. Jessie, unsatisfied with Meowth's claims, angrily threatens to do worse to Meowth if he doesn't get out and talk to Weavile. Before Meowth can react, Ash and friends show up. Pikachu runs over to Weavile and begins to talk to it. Meowth translates for Jessie and James, saying that Pikachu asked what Weavile was doing, to which Weavile replied that it didn't need to answer that question. After that, Meowth couldn't follow. Jessie angrily stands up, yelling at Meowth and revealing their position to the twerps. After their motto, Jessie throws herself at Weavile's feet.

Soon, a Sneasel runs over, happy to see the stray Weavile. Meowth begins to translate their conversation. Weavile asks the Sneasel why she had followed it, to which Sneasel replies that she wasn't following the Weavile, she was escaping from the rogue Weavile that the stray Weavile had fought with for leadership. However, Weavile had lost the match, ending up with a scar on its face, and also becoming a stray. Weavile explains that its motives behind attacking the random Trainers was to be tough. The female Sneasel reveals she was sick of being pushed around by the rogue Weavile, which turned out to be extremely mean, so she ran away from the group. Immediately following the speech, the rogue Weavile shows up, with three other Weavile as backup. Sneasel cowers behind the stray Weavile, to which Jessie responds that the Weavile was hers. Weavile, angered by her, easily sends Team Rocket blasting off with a Shadow Ball.

Soon, the battle between the four Weavile and the stray Weavile ensues. The three Weavile attack first, but are in turn attacked by Pikachu. The rogue Weavile angrily attacks the stray, beginning a one-on-one battle with both Weavile running along the river bank. The rogue uses Shadow Ball which is easily dodged by the stray, who also uses Shadow Ball. The stray's Shadow Ball hits the water, splashing it up between the two. The rogue Weavile jumps through the water and tries to slash Weavile's face with its claws. Weavile is able to block the attack with its own claws and send the rogue Weavile flying into the water, following up with a Shadow Ball. Unfortunately, the other Weavile is able to escape, using Shadow Ball on the stray one. The stray Weavile remembers its previous battle with the rogue Weavile and realises it was planning on using the Shadow Ball as a distraction to slash at its face like before. Weavile dodges the oncoming Shadow Ball and is able to use its claws to throw the rogue away. Almost defeated, the rogue Weavile lands beside the riverbank. The stray jumps on top of it and thrusts its claws at it. The rogue braces itself, but no attack comes. Sparing the rogue Weavile, the stray has now regained its place as the leader. Both the new leader and the rogue Weavile made a truce, with Sneasel's help. After thanking Ash, Weavile walks off in peace to go back to its group with Sneasel and the others.

Ash and his friends head back to the cabin, finding a fully recovered Aipom. With their work done, the group says goodbye to Kerrigan. Aipom happily runs on ahead, setting the pace for everyone else to catch up as they journey towards the Battle Pyramid.

Major events

For a list of all major events in the anime, please see the timeline of events.

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

TV episode debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Trivia

Errors

  • When Pikachu tracks down Weavile, its right ear feather is gray instead of red.
    • Weavile's left ear feather is gray as well just before blasting Team Rocket off.
  • When Ash motivates Weavile in the English dub, he says "You let that Weavile walk all over you before", despite the fact that it stood up to and battled the rogue Weavile to defend its tribe's leadership.

Dub edits

In other languages



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