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|name = Chigusa
 
|name = Chigusa
 
|jname = '''チグサ''' ''Chigusa''
 
|jname = '''チグサ''' ''Chigusa''
|image = Chigusa.jpg
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|image = Chigusa.png
|age = 14
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|gender =Female
 
|family = Dojo Master
 
|family = Dojo Master
 
|class = Trainer
 
|class = Trainer
|friends = [[Ash]], [[Misty]], [[Brock]]
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|friends = [[Ash]], [[Misty (anime)|Misty]], [[Brock (anime)|Brock]]
|firstappear = Two Hits and a Miss
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|firstappear = [[JE050: Two Hits and a Miss|Two Hits and a Miss]]
|voiceact = [[Lisa Ortiz]] <small>(English)</small><br>[[Akiko Hiramatsu]] <small>(Japanese)</small>}}'''Chigusa''' is an anime character in the [[Pokémon]] episode "Two Hits and a Miss". She had a very unusual style of training {{type|Fighting}}-type Pokémon (focusing more on style and form rather than power and technique). She has a [[Hitmontop]]. Her voice actress is Lisa Ortiz.
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|voiceact = [[Lisa Ortiz]] <small>(English)</small><br>[[Akiko Hiramatsu]] <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
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'''Chigusa''' is a character appearing in [[Pokémon: Johto League Champions]].
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==Biography==
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===Season 4: Johto League Champions===
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Chigusa was a young trainer of a Dojo. The shihan of the dojo she was in, [[Kenzo]], thought her battle style was weak. A trainer named Shiro came to challenge Kenzo to become a shihan himself. Kenzo went to battle, but he had a cramp in his back, so Chigusa battled in his place. Chigusa's Hitmontop's attacks were predicted and countered by Hitmonlee and she would've lost, but Team Rocket came and interrupted the match. Kenzo had Ash train her to show how she should battle. The next day, Hitmontop managed to defeat Hitmonchan, making Chigusa win the battle.
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==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
{{AnimePokémon
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===On hand===
|type = fighting
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{{AnimePokémon|type = fighting|image = Chigusa's Hitmontop.jpg|info =Chigusa had a Hitmontop, who spinned to use offensive and defensive attacks.|nameline = [[Chigusa's Hitmontop|Hitmontop]]}}
|nameline = [[Chigusa's Hitmontop|Hitmontop]]
 
|image = Chigusa's_Hitmontop.jpg}}
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
 
Chigusa_scared.jpg|Chigusa getting scolded.
 
Chigusa_and_Hitmontop.jpg|Training results.
 
</gallery>
 
   
==Trivia==
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==Episode appearances==
*Chigusa is one of two female Pokémon anime characters voiced by Lisa Ortiz who has a Hitmontop and wish to run a fighting dojo. The other is [[Terri]] from the later episode "Pasta la Vista."
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{{EpisodeAppearMid|season=Pokémon: Johto League Champions|EP#=JE050|title=Two Hits and a Miss}}
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{{EpisodeAppearEnd|season=Pokémon: Johto League Champions}}
   
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Revision as of 16:42, June 18, 2014


Chigusa is a character appearing in Pokémon: Johto League Champions.

Biography

Season 4: Johto League Champions

Chigusa was a young trainer of a Dojo. The shihan of the dojo she was in, Kenzo, thought her battle style was weak. A trainer named Shiro came to challenge Kenzo to become a shihan himself. Kenzo went to battle, but he had a cramp in his back, so Chigusa battled in his place. Chigusa's Hitmontop's attacks were predicted and countered by Hitmonlee and she would've lost, but Team Rocket came and interrupted the match. Kenzo had Ash train her to show how she should battle. The next day, Hitmontop managed to defeat Hitmonchan, making Chigusa win the battle.

Pokémon

On hand

Pokémon Information
Chigusa had a Hitmontop, who spinned to use offensive and defensive attacks.
Hitmontop

Episode appearances

Episode Title
JE050 Two Hits and a Miss
Pokémon: Johto League Champions Pokémon - Johto League Champions
Main characters Ash Ketchum - Brock - Casey - Gary Oak - James - Jessie - Misty - Nurse Joy - Officer Jenny - Professor Samuel Oak - Tracey Sketchit
Main character's Pokémon Ash's Bayleef - Ash's Bulbasaur - Ash's Charizard - Ash's Cyndaquil - Ash's Heracross - Ash's Noctowl - Ash's Pidgeot - Ash's Pikachu - Ash's Seaking - Ash's Snorlax - Ash's Totodile
Brock's Crobat - Brock's Geodude - Brock's Onix - Brock's Pineco - Brock's Vulpix
Misty's Goldeen - Misty's Poliwhirl - Misty's Psyduck - Misty's Seaking - Misty's Staryu - Misty's Togepi
James' Weezing - James' Victreebel - Jessie's Arbok - Jessie's Wobbuffet - Team Rocket's Meowth
Gary's Umbreon
Casey's Bayleef - Casey's Beedrill
Supporting characters Andreas - Alexa - Alex Davis - Anna - Anna's assistant - Annie - Aya - Benji - Benji's father - Brad Van Darn - Bucky - Bugsy - Charmaine - Chigusa - Chuck - Chuck's wife - Cianwood City's Gym referee - Clair - Corn farmer - DJ Mary - Duplica - Ecruteak City's Gym referee - Ephraim - Ephraim's father - Ephraim's mother - Falkner - Foster - Gan Gogh - Goldenrod City's Gym referee - Goldenrod Mall clerk - Goneff - Haruno - Head of Security - Hisashi - Infernando - Jessiebelle - Jack Pollockson - Janina - Jasmine - Jeeves - Kenzo - Keegan - Koume - Lulu - Mackenzie - Mackenzie's father - Madame Muchmoney - Madison - Magikarp salesman - Malachi - Malachi's grandfather - Marcello - Marie - Marie's grandfather - Mareep farmer - Mickey - Morty - Myron - Nario - Old Man Shuckle - Peggy - Pharmacist - Phony Pokémon interpreters - Pierre - Pietra - Poké Fan - Pryce - Raiden - Ralph - Ramona - Rory - Sakura - Satsuki - Simon - Skyler - Shiro - Shonosuke - Sophia - Strussel - Sumomo - Suzie - Tamao - Timothy - Tierra - Temacu - Temacu's father - Tenma - Tetsuya - Todd Snap - Tokichi - Tsuyoshi - TV presenter - Vitzo - Whitney - Zachary Evans - Zachary Evans' father - Zane
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