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Watt

Watt (Japanese: ワット Watt) is a minor recurring character in the Pokémon anime. He is the assistant to Wattson at the Mauville Gym.

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History

Watt first appeared was in Watt's with Wattson?. He more or less stood aside and let Wattson do everything, although he did serve as the referee in Ash's Gym battle for the Dynamo Badge. Watt realized something was amiss when Wattson took off following his defeat, and he later led the group to a nearby abandoned power plant. After Team Rocket's defeat, Watt was relieved that Wattson decided to resume his role as Mauville Gym Leader.

When Ash and the others returned in Manectric Charge, Watt was featured much more prominently. He battled May and her Skitty with his Ampharos. Skitty proved to be stronger and defeated his Ampharos. Watt later informed May that a Pokémon Contest was taking place in Verdanturf Town.

Character

Watt is an overly anxious and concerned individual, mainly because Wattson's jokes can go too far. Even so, he and his boss are a fantastic team with Watt's responsible nature assisting Wattson in running the Mauville Gym.

Pokémon


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This listing is of Watt's known Pokémon in the anime:

Watt's Ampharos
Ampharos
Ampharos is Watt's only known Pokémon Watt. It first appeared in Manectric Charge, where it used Iron Tail to break Team Rocket's net and release Ash and his friendss' Pokémon. Then, its Thunder Shock, combined with Ash's Pikachu using Thunder and Wattson's Electrike using Thunder Wave, was able to send Team Rocket blasting off.

Later in the Mauville Gym, after seeing how well May had trained her Skitty, Watt used his Ampharos to test her skills in a battle. Skitty was having a hard time, but was able to fight back in the end, defeating Ampharos.

Ampharos's known moves are Iron Tail and Thunder Shock.

Debut Manectric Charge

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 櫻井孝宏 Takahiro Sakurai
English Maddie Blaustein
Finnish Saku Mäkynen
Polish Dariusz Błażejewski
Brazilian Portuguese Sérgio Corcetti (AG040)
Tatá Guarnieri (AG059)
European Spanish Álex Saudinós

Trivia

  • Watt's name comes from "watt", which is the SI measurement of power.


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