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Professor Oak (anime)

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replaced: SS026 → ''Mewtwo — Prologue to Awakening'', SS004 → HS04 (3), SS014 → HS14 (7), SS015 → HS15 (2)
|vaen2=Michele Knotz
|vaen2note=<small>[[AG189]]-present</small>
|desc=In ''[[SS004HS04|Showdown at the Oak Corral]]'', Professor Oak used Bulbasaur to help stop [[Butch]] and [[Cassidy]] from stealing the Pokémon at his lab.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|vajp=Yūji Ueda
|vaen=Kayzie Rogers
|desc=In ''[[SS004HS04|Showdown at the Oak Corral]]'', Professor Oak used Cyndaquil to help stop [[Butch]] and [[Cassidy]] from stealing the Pokémon at his lab.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|vajp=Chinami Nishimura
|vaen=Kayzie Rogers
|desc=In ''[[SS004HS04|Showdown at the Oak Corral]]'', Professor Oak used Totodile to help stop [[Butch]] and [[Cassidy]] from stealing the Pokémon at his lab.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|type1=Water
|img=119Seaking.png
|epnum=SS015HS15
|epname=Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl!
|desc=In the [[dub]]bed version of ''[[SS015HS15|Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl!]]'', Professor Oak told {{Tracey}} that when he was a young {{pkmn|Trainer}}, he owned a {{p|Seaking}}, which he met in a creek near [[Vermilion City]].
 
None of Seaking's moves are known.}}
|desc={{p|Bulbasaur}} is a Pokémon that Professor Oak gives to new Trainers. Bulbasaur was mentioned in the first episode of the anime, as one of the three [[Starter Pokémon]] new Trainers in [[Pallet Town]] can choose from. {{Ash}} dreamed of owning one, and it was his second choice of a starter, after {{p|Squirtle}}. However, when he arrived at [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]], it was too late, as an unnamed Trainer who started the same day had already taken it.
 
In ''[[SS014HS14|Journey to the Starting Line!]]'', a new Trainer called {{OBP|Gilbert|SS014HS14}} claimed a Bulbasaur. Another one appears in ''[[AG071|A Six Pack Attack!]]'', where Oak shows them to [[Max]]. Suddenly, {{TRT}} captures them along with the other Kanto and [[Hoenn]] starters. Max finds them and makes Bulbasaur and {{p|Treecko}} Tackle and {{m|Pound}} the bars away. It then helps send Team Rocket blasting off. Another one appears in ''[[AG133|The Right Place at the Right Mime!]]'' along with the other starters.
 
Various Bulbasaur's moves are {{m|Tackle}} and {{m|Vine Whip}}.}}
|desc={{p|Charmander}} is a Pokémon that Professor Oak gives to new Trainers. Charmander was mentioned in the first episode of the anime, as one of the three [[Starter Pokémon]] new Trainers in [[Pallet Town]] can choose from. {{Ash}} dreamed of owning one, although it was his last choice of a starter coming after {{p|Squirtle}} and {{p|Bulbasaur}}. However, when he arrived at [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]], he found out it was too late, as another Trainer who started the same day had already taken it.
 
In ''[[SS014HS14|Journey to the Starting Line!]]'', {{OBP|Gilbert|SS014HS14}} was intended to start his journey as a [[Pokémon Trainer]], but the trio of Kanto Starter Pokémon were scared off when [[Ash's Tauros]] stampeded through Professor Oak's house. Professor Oak, {{Tracey}}, {{Delia}} and Gilbert split up in order to find the three missing Pokémon. The Charmander was the first one to be found.
 
Another one appears in ''[[AG071|A Six Pack Attack!]]'', where Oak shows them to [[Max]]. Suddenly, {{TRT}} captures them along with the other Kanto and [[Hoenn]] starters. Max is able to find them and then has {{p|Torchic}} and Charmander heat the cage with Ember until finally they are free. It then helps send Team Rocket blasting off. Another one appears in ''[[AG133|The Right Place at the Right Mime!]]'' along with the other starters.
|desc={{p|Squirtle}} is a Pokémon that Professor Oak gives to new Trainers. Squirtle was mentioned in the first episode of the anime, as one of the three [[Starter Pokémon]] new Trainers in [[Pallet Town]] can choose from. {{Ash}} dreamed of owning one, and it was his first choice of a starter. However, when he arrived at [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]], he found out it was too late, as another [[Gary Oak|Trainer]] who started the same day had already taken it.
 
In ''[[SS014HS14|Journey to the Starting Line!]]'', a set of the three Kanto starter Pokémon in which a boy named {{OBP|Gilbert|SS014HS14}} was supposed to choose from as his starting Pokémon were scared off by [[Ash's Tauros]]. Professor Oak, {{Tracey}}, {{Delia}}, and Gilbert had to split up and find the three missing Pokémon. Squirtle was the second one found. The Tiny Turtle Pokémon was stuck in a tree that was hanging over a cliff. [[Ash's Bulbasaur]] managed to catch the Squirtle before it could fall off the cliff.
 
Another one appears in ''[[AG071|A Six Pack Attack!]]'', where Oak shows them to [[Max]]. Suddenly, {{TRT}} captures them along with the other Kanto and [[Hoenn]] starters. Max finds them and asks {{p|Mudkip}} and Squirtle to cool the bars with Water Gun which eventually frees them. It then helps send Team Rocket blasting off. Another one appears in ''[[AG133|The Right Place at the Right Mime!]]'' along with the other starters, in the end {{an|May}} claims {{TP|May|Squirtle}}.
| {{InactivePoké|Gary|Squirtle|Gary Squirtle.png|Water|disp=Gary's Squirtle}}
| {{InactivePoké|Ash|Pikachu|Ash Pikachu.png|Electric|disp=Ash's Pikachu|size=200px}} ♂
| {{InactivePoké|Gilbert|Bulbasaur|Gilbert Bulbasaur.png|Grass|Poison|link=Gilbert (SS014HS14)|disp=Gilbert's Bulbasaur}}
| {{InactivePoké|May|Squirtle|May Squirtle.png|Water|disp=May's Squirtle}}
|}
|is=Arnar Jónsson ([[M03]])
|id=Dadan Sundana (Johto saga)<br>Frenddy J.H. Pangkey ({{series|Diamond & Pearl}})<br>Turi Sandos ([[BW001]]-present)
|it=Riccardo Rovatti<br>Federico Danti ([[BW109]], ''[[SS026Mewtwo — Prologue to Awakening]]'')
|ko=구자형 ''Gu Jahyeong'' (original series)<br>장광 ''Jang Gwang'' (AG, DP series)<br>신용우 ''Shin Yongu'' (BW series onward)
|no=Even Rasmussen<br>Simen Sand<br>Trond Teigen