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The creators of the initial 151 Pokémon characters treated each design equally and allowed the fans to decide which creature would become the official mascot. The fans chose Pikachu, which led to its appearance in the anime alongside Ash. Pikachu appeared as the starting character for players in Pokémon Yellow: Special Edition. In the early Pokémon video games, all Pokémon were portrayed by two-dimensional sprites, but in later releases appearance has been conveyed by 3D computer graphics. Throughout the games, Pikachu has been portrayed with no spoken dialogue. Pikachu are small, mouse-like Pokémon that have short, yellow fur with brown markings covering their backs and parts of their tails. They have black-tipped, pointy ears and red circles on their cheeks, which are said to contain "electrical sacs". Their tails are shaped in the form of a lightning bolt. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, gender differences were introduced for some Pokémon; a female Pikachu now has an indent at the end of its tail, giving it a heart-shaped appearance. Pikachu (Pokemon) (Picture 2). Pikachu (Pokemon) cartoon images gallery 2. Pikachu (Pokemon) cartoon pictures collection 2. The Pokédex, in the series, states that Pikachu forage for berries, roasting them with their electrical attacks before eating. For already fallen berries and apples they use their electricity to roast and tenderize them. They are said to store electricity in their cheeks, and by simply squeezing them they can discharge sparks, lightning bolts, or other forms of electricity. Discharging sparks and thunderbolts may be a sign of wariness from the Pokémon. An inability to discharge electricity, as occurs in the presence of a strong magnetic field, causes an illness with flu-like symptoms. Pikachu tend to gather in areas with high amounts of thunderstorm activity. When threatened, a group of Pikachu can generate an intense electrical output, and the electro-magnetic forces exerted by the resulting field can even produce short-lived, localized thunder and lightning storms. They occasionally use an electric shock to recharge a fellow Pikachu that is in a weakened state. Pikachu evolves into Raichu via the use of a Thunder Stone; however, it is somewhat common for trainers to choose not to evolve their Pikachu. In the Pokémon Yellow game, using a Thunder Stone on a Pikachu makes it cry and refuse to evolve. From the second generation of the Pokémon games onward, Pikachu has an evolutionary predecessor, Pichu, which evolves into Pikachu after establishing a close friendship with its trainer. Pikachu (Pokemon) (Picture 2). Pikachu (Pokemon) cartoon images gallery 2. Pikachu (Pokemon) cartoon pictures collection 2.



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