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|tmtrainername=Satoshi
|tmpokemonname=Pikachu
|image=[[File:Ash Pikachu.png|250px]]<br><small>Ash's Pikachu</small><br>[[File:Ash Pikachu Gigantamax.png|250px]]
|caption=Ash'sAs a Gigantamax Pikachu|
|gender=Male<ref>First confirmed in ''[[DP142|Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!]]''.</ref>
|ability={{a|Static}}
====[[New series]]====
In [[SS007]], Ash used Pikachu as his second Pokémon in his battle against [[Houji]] in the [[Battle Frontier Flute Cup]] finals, where he faced Houji's {{p|Mightyena}}. Pikachu was fairly evenly matched against his opponent, but eventually, he was able to defeat Mightyena, ending the battle and giving the victory to Ash.
 
In [[SS013]], Ash used Pikachu to battle a [[Gigantamax]] {{p|Drednaw}} that was rampaging outside [[Wyndon Stadium]]. His attacks did nothing against the giant Pokémon, forcing Ash and Pikachu to run, but unexpectedly, they stumbled upon glowing cracks on the ground, from which [[Dynamax]] energy poured out and caused Pikachu to Gigantamax too. Initially, Pikachu had trouble moving around in his new, giant form, but soon got used to it. Following an advice from [[Leon]], Ash told Pikachu to use {{m|G-Max Volt Crash}}, defeating Drednaw and causing it to revert to normal. Afterwards, Pikachu returned to normal as well. Later, Ash used Pikachu in a battle against Leon and his {{p|Charizard}}. Thanks to the [[Dynamax Band]] that Ash had received from Leon, Pikachu was able to Gigantamax again. Despite this, however, Pikachu was soon defeated by Charizard's {{m|G-Max Wildfire}}.
 
===Personality and characteristics===
|- style="background:#FFF"
| colspan="3" style="text-align:left" |'''Description:''' Pikachu strikes a series of synchronized poses with his Trainer to build Z-Power. He then jumps into the air and spins around rapidly, turning into a yellow drill that strikes the opponent with full force.
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====[[Max Move]]s and [[G-Max Move]]s used====
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! {{color|FFF|Picture}}
! {{color2|FFF|Max Move}}{{color|FFF|/}}{{color2|FFF|G-Max Move}}
! {{color|FFF|First Used in}}
! {{color|FFF|Base Move}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Ash Pikachu Max Steelspike.png|150px]]
| {{m|Max Steelspike}}
| [[SS013]]
| {{m|Iron Tail}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
| colspan="3" style="text-align:left" | Gigantamax Pikachu's tail glows white and it slams it into the ground, creating a series of grey spikes of energy that extends forward and strikes the opponent.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Ash Pikachu G-Max Volt Crash 1.png|150px]]<br>[[File:Ash Pikachu G-Max Volt Crash 2.png|150px]]
| {{m|G-Max Volt Crash}}
| [[SS013]]
| {{m|Thunderbolt}} or {{m|Electroweb}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
| colspan="3" style="text-align:left" | Gigantamax Pikachu fires a bolt of yellow electricity from its body into the clouds above it. Moments later, several giant lightning bolts shaped like Gigantamax Pikachu's tail strike down from the clouds and hit the opponent.
|- style="background:#FFF"
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Ash Pikachu Max Strike.png|150px]]
| {{m|Max Strike}}
| [[SS013]]
| {{m|Quick Attack}}
|- style="background:#FFF"
| colspan="3" style="text-align:left" | Gigantamax Pikachu jumps into the air, creating yellow glowing cracks on the ground as it lands. The cracks spread towards the opponent, and as they reach them, a burst of yellow energy erupts from the ground underneath the opponent.
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* Pikachu appears as a figure in the [[MC Sixth Generation|sixth generation]] of [[Monster Collection]].
* Pikachu was the first Pokémon belonging to a main character to activate their [[Ability]] in the anime.
<!--** Pikachu was also the first Pokémon belonging to a main character to [[Dynamax]]/[[Gigantamax]] in the anime.-->
** Additionally, Pikachu is the first Pokémon in the anime to have both used Z-Moves and Dynamaxed.
 
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