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==In the anime==
===History===
====In ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' and ''[[M22]]''====
While {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} were having lunch at the beginning of the movie, Raymond approached them and asked Ash for a {{pkmn|battle}}. Although Ash had just told his friends that he was too weak to work, he jumped up, ready to battle. In the Japanese version, he stated that he was just going to have a quick battle before lunch.
 
Despite Raymond's eagerness, Ash successfully knocked out all five of his {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in rapid succession. In fact, {{AP|Pikachu}} took out three of those Pokémon in one {{m|Thunderbolt}} when Raymond tried to unfairly gang them up on him. Raymond was stunned by the defeat, such that in the Japanese version, he exclaimed ''"Oh my God!!!"'' in English. The match also caught the attention of {{OBP|Mewtwo|original series}}'s {{p|Fearow}}, and this led to Ash being invited to [[New Island]].
 
Notably, Raymond had a then-unknown (at the time of the original movie) [[Generation II]] Pokémon when he appeared: a {{p|Donphan}}.
 
=====Pokémon=====
This listing is of Raymond's known {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the {{pkmn|anime}}. His team is mainly identical between the original movie and its remake, with one exception:
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Raymond
|epnum=M01
|epname=Mewtwo Strikes Back
|desc={{p|Venomoth}} was seenamong battlingthe final three Pokémon Raymond sent out in a last-ditch attempt to defeat Ash, but was quickly defeated by [[Ash's Pikachu]] and was quickly defeated with {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
None of Venomoth's moves are known.}}
|epnum=M01
|epname=Mewtwo Strikes Back
|desc={{p|Pinsir}} was seenamong battlingthe final three Pokémon Raymond sent out in a last-ditch attempt to defeat Ash, but was quickly defeated by [[Ash's Pikachu]] and was quickly defeated with {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
None of Pinsir's moves are known.}}
|epnum=M01
|epname=Mewtwo Strikes Back
|desc=In the original movie, {{p|Golem}} was seenamong battlingthe final three Pokémon Raymond sent out in a last-ditch attempt to defeat Ash, but was quickly defeated by [[Ash's Pikachu]] andwith {{m|Thunderbolt}}. In the remake, Golem was quicklyreplaced defeatedby witha {{mp|ThunderboltDrowzee}}.
 
None of Golem's moves are known.}}
 
====In [[M22]]====
Raymond appeared in M22, a remake of ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]''. He played the same role as in that movie.
 
=====Pokémon=====
This listing is of Raymond's known {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in the {{pkmn|anime}}:
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Raymond
|pkmn=Donphan
|type1=Ground
|img=Raymond Donphan M22.png
|epnum=M22
|epname=
|desc={{p|Donphan}} was seen battling [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] and managed to land two successive hits with Rollout, but was then defeated by Bulbasaur's {{m|Solar Beam}}.
 
Donphan's only known move is {{m|Rollout}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Raymond
|pkmn=Machamp
|type1=Fighting
|img=Raymond Machamp M22.png
|epnum=M22
|epname=
|desc={{p|Machamp}} was seen battling [[Ash's Squirtle]] and was quickly defeated by Squirtle's {{m|Bubble Beam}}.
 
None of Machamp's moves are known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Raymond
|pkmn=Venomoth
|type1=Bug
|type2=Poison
|img=Raymond Venomoth M22.png
|epnum=M22
|epname=
|desc={{p|Venomoth}} was seen battling [[Ash's Pikachu]] and was quickly defeated with {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
None of Venomoth's moves are known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Raymond
|pkmn=Pinsir
|type1=Bug
|img=Raymond Pinsir M22.png
|epnum=M22
|epname=
|desc={{p|Pinsir}} was seen battling [[Ash's Pikachu]] and was quickly defeated with {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
None of Pinsir's moves are known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=M22
|epname=
|desc=In the remake, {{p|Drowzee}} was seenamong battlingthe final three Pokémon Raymond sent out in a last-ditch attempt to defeat [[Ash's, Pikachu]]replacing and{{p|Golem}}, but was quickly defeated by [[Ash's Pikachu]] with {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
None of Drowzee's moves are known.}}
** In the manga adaptation, Raymond instead appears as a direct caricature of his voice actor.
* In [[The Art of Pokémon The First Movie]] and the [[Pokémon the First Movie (graphic novel)|Ani-Manga adaptation of the film]], he is simply named "Pirate Trainer".
* In ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'', {{AP|Pikachu}} defeated the part {{type|Ground}} {{p|Golem}} with {{m|Thunderbolt}}, which should have had no effect. This error is likely the reason Golem was replaced by a {{p|Drowzee}} in the [[M22|remake]].
 
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