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Misty (anime)

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She also made three more appearances in this series; from ''[[AG132|The Scheme Team]]'' to ''[[AG134|A Real Cleffa-Hanger]]'', as well as ''[[The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon]]''. She later appeared in flashbacks in ''[[AG189|Gathering the Gang of Four]]''. She was mentioned by Ash in the English dub of ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]''.
 
It was revealed in ''[[SS002HS02|Cerulean Blues]]'' that Misty feared {{p|Gyarados}}, having climbed into one's mouth as a baby, and that she doubted her own ability to run Cerulean Gym alone. It wasn't until she selflessly protected her {{TP|Misty|Gyarados}} from a {{m|Poison Sting}} assault that she was not only able to conquer her fears but regain the confidence to run the Gym with a now obedient Gyarados.
 
===={{series|Diamond & Pearl}}====
Misty never physically appeared in the {{series|Diamond & Pearl}}, but she was referenced a couple of times. [[Misty's special lure|Her special lure]] appeared in ''[[DP034|Buizel Your Way out of This!]]'', and she appeared in a picture on {{an|Brock}}'s memory wall in the side story episode [[SS025DPS02]].
 
===={{series|Best Wishes}}====
Her goals are not as clear as those of the other main characters, but her main interest is {{pkmn|training}} {{type|Water}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in aim of becoming Water [[Pokémon Master]]. Misty aggressively defends the Water-type against critics as seen in ''[[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]]'' and when she first met {{t|Fire}} enthusiast [[Macy]]. She considers all members of the Water-type to be "cute", though her positive opinion on {{p|Tentacool}} in ''[[EP019|Tentacool and Tentacruel]]'' divided Ash and {{an|Brock}}. [[Fishing]] is one of her hobbies, and she even has a {{TP|Misty|special lure}}, which she designed to look like herself. In ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing!]]'', she sent one to Ash as a gift. Sometime before she left for Kanto at the end of ''[[SM103|Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!]]'', Misty gave Lana another one as thanks for inviting her and Brock to visit Alola.
 
Misty's battle style was first showcased in ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'', where she challenged Ash. She had her {{TP|Misty|Staryu}} dive into the water to wash off {{AP|Butterfree}}'s [[Status condition|status]]-inducing [[move]]s. Misty has developed a more rounded battle strategy since becoming the full-time Cerulean Gym Leader, mirroring many of Ash's own methods. During the {{series|Advanced Generation}}, Misty was shown to become increasingly confident and focused on her role as the Cerulean [[Gym Leader]]. ''[[SS002HS02|Cerulean Blues]]'' saw her overcome her fear and help calm a raging {{TP|Misty|Gyarados}} which now serves as her one of her main Pokémon, while Misty learned about the Gym Badge-making process and began to appreciate her role in ''[[SS005HS05|The Blue Badge of Courage]]''. She continues to improve her Pokémon as seen with {{TP|Misty|Psyduck}}'s mastery of {{m|Water Gun}} and her {{TP|Misty|Corsola}}'s strong defenses make for a tireless battle.
 
The one Pokémon [[type]] that Misty cannot stand are {{type|Bug}}s, as shown in ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon!]]'' and more recently in ''[[SM102|Alola, Alola!]]''. The only Bug-type Pokémon Misty is not afraid of are the kinds that she deems "cute" or "pretty", like {{p|Ledyba}} and {{p|Butterfree}}, some belonging to her friends, like [[Tracey's Venonat]], or ones that don't look like bugs, such as {{p|Pineco}}. However, Bug Pokémon are only one of three things Misty strongly dislikes, the other two being {{wp|carrots}} and {{wp|peppers}}.