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"Indigo League" is where it all began as the first season of the long-running "Pokémon" animated series. Young Ash Ketchum is just beginning his Pokémon training as he reaches his 10th birthday. Things don't go as expected for the youngster, who gets a Pikachu instead of a standard first Pokémon. Winning gym badges is also tougher than Ash thought it would be. He's not alone in his quest for the badges, though, as former gym leaders Brock and Misty are by his side, along with some new friends.

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Ash Ketchum's journey takes him and his friends to a new location, the Alola region, where they embark on new adventures and encounter new Pokémon. While there, Ash becomes a student at the Pokémon School on Melemele Island and is given a Z-ring, which is activated when certain Z-moves are performed. Along the way, the Pokémon learn new techniques called Z-moves, which can be upgraded using Z-stones.
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Ash and his friends are off for their first assignment: they need to form a bond with a Stoutland.
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Ash and the others go to Akala Island; they meet Kahuna Olivia, who is accompanied by her Lycanroc.
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As part of a class assignment, each of the students must take care of each other's Pokémon partner for the weekend; Pikachu gets to stay with Lillie at her mansion; Lillie is determined to try and overcome her fear of getting close to Pokémon.
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Ash and his friends go camping in the forest; they cook and play in the river, but then collapse.
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Ash and Pikachu get Pokebase fever when they catch a game of the unusual sport on TV.
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Ash seeks out a mysterious trainer of wolf-type pokemon in the hope of challenging him to a battle.
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When Sophocles learns that his parents plan to move away, Ash and his friends hope to cheer him up with a farewell party.
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As Ash and his friends learn more about Z-Moves, Team Rocket butts heads with rivals Team Skull.
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It's the Open House day at the Pokémon School, and a group of people has gathered for all the fun.
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A major force in Alolan popular music is on the verge of collapse.
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A day at the beach offers much more than bargained for.
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The ending of one chapter in the life of a determined Pokémon ushers in the beginning of a new one.
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Ash and Pikachu travel to Treasure Island where they encounter an odd Pokemon in trouble.
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Having watched Ash's progress in the Alola region, Tapu Koko returns to challenge him.
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Ash offers to help Mallow track down the rare yellow nectar needed to make a special stew, but Team Rocket has other plans.
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Ash's Electrium Z-crystal goes missing and Rotom, a big fan of an Alolan detective TV show, feels prompted to try and find it with Pikachu as his assistant.
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Team Rocket traps our heroes' Pokemon inside a balloon.
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Ash and Kukui offer to train Rockruff when they find the pokemon injured following a battle with a Magmar.
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The time comes for Lillie to address her fears, and having a new friend is a good way to do it.
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Ash's classmate, Mallow, tells him about a race where Pokémon work with Pokémon trainers to carry pancakes to the goal; Ash becomes interested in the challenge and decides to participate together with Pikachu.

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