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Meowth is a small, feline Pokémon with cream-colored fur that turns brown at the tips of its hind paws and tail. Its ovoid head features four prominent whiskers, wide eyes with slit pupils, two pointed teeth in the upper jaw, and a gold koban coin embedded in its forehead. Its ears are black with brown interiors and are flanked with an additional pair of long whiskers. Meowth is a quadruped with the ability to walk on its hind legs; while the games always depict Meowth on two legs, the anime...
A Meowth appeared in The Purr-fect Hero, where it was revealed to have saved Timmy from a Beedrill in a flashback. For most of the episode, Timmy believed Meowth was the same Meowth that had saved him. However, this was proven wrong when the real Meowth appeared to save Timmy again.A Meowth appeared in Mewtwo Strikes Back, where it was cloned from Team Rocket's Meowth. It was the only cloned Pokémon who didn't join its brethren in battling their progenitors. Unlike Team Rocket's Meowth, this...
1. Pokémon Pinball: A Meowth appears in a bonus stage that is accessible from the Blue Table. The player must hit the Meowth and get it to drop gold coins which must be collected.
1. Niue released a one-dollar coin featuring Meowth as part of a commemorative promotion for the Pokémon franchise, with Meowth on one side and the nation's coat of arms on the other. 2. In the Pokémon anime episode Go West, Young Meowth, it was stated that Meowth of Team Rocket had to learn and practice standing on his hind legs like a human, implying that Meowth as a species are not naturally able to stand on their hind legs. However, almost all sprites in the games and the Pokédex in the...
1. Meowth (Team Rocket) 2. Cent 3. Meowzie 4. Tyson's Meowth 5. Matori's Meowth 6. Partner Pokémon (Mystery Dungeon)
Meowth is a Normal type Pokémon introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the Scratch Cat Pokémon. Meowth has a new Alolan form introduced in Pokémon Sun/Moon. Meowth Alolan Meowth Galarian Meowth
These daring Pokémon have coins on their foreheads. Darker coins are harder, and harder coins garner more respect among Meowth. Living with a savage, seafaring people has toughened this Pokémon’s body so much that parts of it have turned to iron.
Meowth (/ miːˈaʊθ / or / ˈmjaʊθ /, known as Nyarth (ニャース, Nyāsu) in the original Japanese version) is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak 's Pokémon franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, Meowth first appeared in the video games Pokémon Red and Blue and subsequent sequels.
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- English, Maddie Blaustein (Seasons 1–8; Pokémon Channel), Jimmy Zoppi (Season 9–present), Japanese, Inuko Inuyama, Masami Toyoshima (Meowzie, ep. 70), Yasuhiro Takato (Tyson's), Korean, Choi Weonhyeong (original series, all original movies up to M09), Park Jihoon (Advanced Generation series), Oh Inseong (later Advanced Generation series - present, and all redubbed movies)
Meowth is one of several Pokémon that have Region Forms. If caught or bred from a parent that originates in Alola, it will have its Alola Form and if caught or bred from a parent from Galar, it will be in its Galarian Form
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Meowth is a small, bipedal, feline Pokémon. It has two white whiskers on each side of its oval-shaped face and two hairs sticking up on either side of the coin-like gem on its forehead, and highly resembles a cat. Meowth's tail and feet are cream-colored like the rest of it, but they are brown at the end. It has small paw pads on the undersides of its heels and toes. It is much like a Maneki Neko, a toy of Japanese descent known for bobbing its arm and hand up and down.
Meowth is also a member of Team Rocket in the anime and in the Pokémon Yellow version. What is special about Team Rocket's Meowth is that he can talk (making him one of the few non-legendary to do so) with his special ability but because he used so much energy into learning how to talk, he is unable to learn Pay Day. However he is also extremely intelligent, capable of building and operating robots, rockets, etc. His 'original trainer' was Team Rocket's Boss Giovanni, who replaced him with a...
1. It's never explained why Meowth doesn't have a nose. 1. This is also shown in the anime to where Meowth from Team Rocket often breaks the 4th wall and states that \\"The artists didn't draw him with a nose\\". 2. Meowth is one of the 16 Pokémon to be made into a puppet in Japan. 3. In Super Smash Bros., Meowth is one of the Pokémon that can be freed from Poké Balls. During this time, it uses the move Pay Day. 4. In Sun & Moon and Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, Alolan Meowth evolves with friendship....
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1. Meowth was released with the game launch on July 6th, 2016. 2. Shiny form of Meowth was released on Team GO Rocket Leaders Disruption on November 7th, 2019. 3. Shadow form of Meowth was released on November 7th, 2019. 3.1. Shadow Meowth can be shiny.
1. Alolan Meowth was released with the release of Friends System on June 21st, 2018. 2. Shiny form of Alolan Meowth was released on the 3rd Anniversary on June 28th, 2019.
During the Pokémon GO Park event in Yokohama, Meowth was a 4th tier level Raid Boss, its CP was 9,079. Meowth's maximum capture CP in Bonus Challenge was 364.
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In a flashback in Go West Young Meowth, Meowth's earliest memory is being alone at Camp Pokéhearst. With no food, he was always starving and once tipped over a basket of baseballs believing it was food. As punishment for tipping the basket over, the baseball coach hung him from a tree; from this tree, he was able to see a movie called That Darn Meowth!, which depicted a Meowth in Hollywood being given delicious food by its family. Meowth instantly decided to go to Hollywood, which he believed...
Meowth appears as part of Jessie and James's team each time they appear in Pokémon Yellow, alongside Ekans, Koffing, and their evolved forms. However, unlike in the anime, Meowth resides in a Poké Ball instead of traveling around with Jessie and James. He reappeared in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, which is based on Yellow. Unlike Yellow, he is no longer a part of the battles that Jessie and James have against the player. Also, unlike the anime, he does not speak the human...
In Ash & Pikachu, based on the anime, Meowth appears along with the rest of the Team Rocket trio, Jessie and James.
Meowth is featured in the TCG as one of Team Rocket's Pokémon and as a Pokémon . The following is a list of cards featuring Meowth. 1. Meowth also appears in the card Here Comes Team Rocket! (Team Rocket 15), Wobbuffet (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 8), Team Rocket's Mimikyu-GX (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 10), Bewear (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 18), Jessie & James (Sky Legend 48), and Jessie & James (Hidden Fates 58).
1. Meowth is the first talking Pokémon in the anime. He is also one of the few talking Pokémon that do not do so telepathically. 2. While Meowth is able to interpret most Pokémon speech, he cannot understand the \\"space talk\\" spoken by some extraterrestrial Pokémon like the Deoxys featured in Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! Part 1 and Part 2, as well as Ash's Poipole. 3. Meowth claims that he is unable to learn Pay Day as a trade off for learning to speak. He claims to have \\"used up all his...
1. For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Meowth. 2. Talking Pokémon 3. Episodes focusing on Team Rocket 1. Episodes focusing on Meowth 4. Images on the Bulbagarden Archives
Meowth is both selfish and prideful. Let's Go, Pikachu! Highly intelligent and prideful, it’s famously difficult to handle—but that’s also a reason for its popularity.
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Meowth fits in perfectly with his human comrades of Team Rocket as he is conniving, prideful, greedy, and mischievous. His ability to speak like a normal human only makes him equally outspoken. He sometimes views himself as the boss and the leader of the trio, reason being, he builds all the contraptions and thinks of all the plans, though he is rarely taken seriously (and like James, Meowth can be rather submissive to the domineering Jessie). For all his faults however, he is loyal to Jessie...
Before joining Team Rocket, he was just a normal Meowth living on the streets of Hollywood (AKA \\"Tinseltown\\"). He had been abandoned as a kitten and was left to provide for himself, often violently rejected by people for trying to steal food.He joined a gang of street Meowth led by a Persian. They annoyed people of Tinseltown in a typical alley cat fashion, such as stealing food and rummaging through trash cans. Eventually he met a female Meowth named Meowzie, who he fell in love with. Howeve...
1. Fury Swipes of Love: When smitten by a Glameow in For The Love Of Meowth!, Meowth used an extremely powerful variant of Fury Swipes made of heart shaped claw marks. 2. Tickle: Used on a Rhydon in Bound For Trouble!. However, Tickle was not an official attack until Generation III. 3. Scratch Fake Out: Used on a Bulbasaur in The Grass Route!. Meowth claps his hands to startle Bulbasaur and then kicks it. Worked similarly to Fake Out, however, Fake Out also was not an official attack until G...
1. Inuko Inuyama (Japanese) 2. Nathan Price (English; IL002-IL017 & IL019-IL031)* 3. Maddie Blaustein (1997-2007) (English; IL018 & IL032-AG145, Movies 1 - 8, Pokémon Chronicles, Mewtwo Returns) 4. Jimmy Zoppi (2008-present) (English; AG146-Present, Movie 9 - present, The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon) 5. Charis Grigoropoulos (Greek) 6. Jan Nonhof (Dutch; IL002-AG104) 7. Bas Keijzer (Dutch; AG092-present) 8. Damandeep Singh Baggan (Hindi;Cartoon Network dub) 1. Sandeep Karnik (Hindi; Cartoon...
1. Meowth, Gastly, and Slowking are currently the only Pokémon that can talk without using telepathy. 1. Meowth is currently the only self-taught talking Pokemon. 2. Because Meowth used up so much energy into learning how to speak human language and walk on his hind legs, he is unable to learn his species' signature move Pay Day. 3. Team Rocket's Meowth represented his species in both of their \\"Who's That Pokemon?\\" appearances in the US dub. Curiously it took until Capacia Island UFO!, the 7...