The following is a list of Pokémon currently owned by Goh. As his goal is to catch every Pokémon that he meets on his way to catch Mew, Goh owns a multitude of Pokémon species, many of which he keeps at the Cerise Laboratory. Read more
Yes, that Suicune. This makes Goh the first protagonist in history to have officially caught a Legendary Pokemon. I don't mean to take too much away from Ash. ... Goh, on the other hand, actually catches Suicune, a non-evolving Legendary Pokemon who isn't just a tiny baby having a little nap when he encounters it.
Ash, shocked by this, was hesitant as he knew Goh had a dream to capture Mew, but Mew stated she had already completed his goal, so with no problems with the request, Ash captured Mew with a Cherish Ball she had given him, adding the New Species Pokémon to his family.
Episode 46 of Pokemon Journeys: The Series sees Ash and Goh investigate the mysterious Cello Island after an energy signature matching Mew is discovered there. But upon heading to the island in search of Mew, they instead find Mewtwo. Of course, it's not long before the two of them challenge the legendary to a battle.
Goh starting his goal of catching every Pokémon. After catching Scorbunny, Goh decided to capture every single Pokémon, hoping to fill his Pokédex, and work his way back to Mew. Goh started his goal by catching a bunch of Bug-type Pokémon in the Kanto region as he and Ash went to a nearby forest to do just that.
Golurk debuted in Raid Battle in The Ruins!, where Goh and Ash visited the Unova region to explore the Colossus Ruins in the Desert Resort. ... Golurk was eventually able to stop Aerodactyl's rampage, after which Goh was able to convince Aerodactyl to let him catch it.
Many of Go's catches were on weak Pokémon or Pokémon caught unaware of the incoming ball, so it makes sense that he could catch them without a battle. Some of the exceptions include Go's Scyther, which he had to battle, and his Dewgong, which he finally caught after throwing his entire stock of balls at it.
Goh catches a Suicune and a Drowzee. Goh attempts to release his Suicune, but it chooses to remain his Pokémon while roaming the world.
He wants everyone to realize that he's an equal rather than just a bystander looking onto Ash's journey much like the companions of series' past. ... Declaring to Kiawe and the others in Alola, Goh states that Ash isn't his rival. He's his friend and fellow research partner.
Character. Goh is a stylish city boy who prefers to stay calm and collected, in contrast to the more instinctive and adventurous Ash. His overconfidence has left him isolated from other people, with the exception of his friends Chloe and Ash.
Admiring the camaraderie between Ash and Pikachu, he decides to catch a Pikachu of his own. ... When they arrive, Goh catches a female Pikachu, whose friends are digging Thunder Stones out of the nearby rocks. But Team Rocket arrives, and they manage to round up not just the wild Pikachu, but Ash's Pikachu, too!
In PJ038, Chloe seems to have developed feelings for Goh, as she blushed at him, after he was able to calm down and bond with the Aerodactyl, after it was restored and went on rampage.
After the hunters were defeated and arrested, Goh decided to release Suicune, but it chose to remain his Pokémon, after seeing how it care for when it injure and protect from hunters.
Despite Goh's unique and impressive skill, Pokémon training is a multi-faceted discipline, meaning Ash beats Goh hands down in a straight match-up. In Pokémon Master Journeys, Ash acts as Goh's mentor, actively teaching him all he knows about the world of Pokémon.
Grookey is the only Galar Starter that Goh caught in its debut episode, and the only one he caught that wasn't in its home region Galar, as it was caught in Kanto instead. Grookey is also the first regional Starter Pokémon that was previously owned by a villainous team, being Team Rocket.
In the episode 9 of the first series (The School of Hard Knocks) Ash met Giselle, the most beautiful girl in the school, for which he developed a crush along with Brock.
It is possible, up until now Ash was the protagonist of the anime for 22 seasons. But now Even Goh is a protagonist. The fact that they both have different dreams and they will do their very best to fulfill it makes it Possible, Ash wants to challenge Leon the Monarch.
In Part 4 Episode 4 of Pokémon Journeys, Ash and Goh raid battle with Team Rocket against a Zapdos. This is the first instance we get of Goh actively trying to catch a Legendary Pokémon, however, Zapdos breaks free and flies off before he can catch it.
Goh caught a Pidgey while out on a Pokémon Orienteering expedition for Professor Cerise. Captured in episode: Dreams are Made of These! Goh caught a Nidoran Male while out on a Pokémon Orienteering expedition for Professor Cerise. Captured in episode: Dreams are Made of These!
Mewtwo was a Pokémon Ash caught when the final battle with Team Rocket ended.
Goh calls for another Double Kick, but Raboot learns a new move in its determination and instead strikes Zapdos down with a Blaze Kick. Zapdos hits the rooftop hard while Raboot lands on the ground. ... Goh throws another Poké Ball, seemingly catching Zapdos.
Goh was very happy to see that Magikarp had returned safely, previously assuming that it had been lost in space forever.
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This Raichu is an Electric-type Pokémon owned by Goh.
One of the most common criticisms of Goh is how he catches Pokémon. Up until Pokémon Journeys, every series of the anime has hammered home the point that a Pokémon must be weakened in battle before you can catch it. ... There's also controversy around the sheer volume of Pokémon that Goh has been catching.