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Why doesn't Ash's Charizard listen to him?

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asked May 12, 2013 by scytherzilla
edited May 14, 2013 by Pokemaster
it grew up and became a teen :P
Please don't comment on old questions. Necro-posting is not encouraged on the site.
Trachy you always find out what I comment on please stop!

Your just a user pokemaster owns it stop acting like you own it!

And stop following every last thing i do and what does it matter?

You made it so that there was more after my comment than there origanaly was!
And this is not old!

Just a  couple months ago!
Maybe if you stopped breaking the rules I wouldn't have to say anything. >_>

A couple of months on a resolved question is considered old. As to how I found out that you commented on it, your comment was flagged. I removed the flag.

And, are you expecting Pokemaster to do all the work on this site? Hiding, removing flags, converting to comments, banning, kicking? All of that is grunt work. Pokemaster does indeed own the site, meaning his time here is spent on improving the site. Pokemaster knows that he doesn't have the time for all that is needed to properly maintain a community, so he relegates the task to the moderators, which I am. So while Pokemaster isn't the one telling you to not necro-post, the person he gave the powers to tell you not to necro-post is telling you not to necro-post.

It should also be noted that since your necro-posting has brought this question back into the spotlight, we had a person answer this question. Why we don't allow necro-posting.
Ok trachy but we should talk about what I have been breaking the rules and how i can have better posts say wensday at 9:00?
:-)
when the email told me there were 11 comments on my question i expected more than one of them to be about the question

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Charizard is one of the few Pokémon Ash owns that temporary disobeyed him (albeit only after evolving into Charizard due to rapid evolution), the others being Pikachu and Primeape.

Charizard didn't listen to Ash because it felt like it was too powerful and to good to listen to a trainer with Ash's skill (at the time). The same thing happens in the games (if you play them). If you were to trade over a Pokemon that is at too high a level it may disobey its trainer. That's basically what happened to Charmeleon/Charizard.

answered May 12, 2013 by Viking Jofly
selected May 12, 2013 by scytherzilla
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it all started when ash got his charmander which he "adopted" but never actually caught, so he was always too high of a level so he would always disobey ash. like in the games when the gym leaders say, now traded Pokemon up to lvl. 30 will obey.

answered May 12, 2013 by Ein
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You could say that charmeleon evolved too early and at the time ash wasn't skilled enough to control such a high leveled Pokemon at the time.

answered May 12, 2013 by luke777
Because he didn't have enough badges for Pokemon over level thirty to obey him XD
Even when he had eight it was still a pain.... Because by then it was level one million! lol
lol...
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Ash never actually caught carmander and is considered a traded Pokemon

answered May 14, 2013 by Spheal_dude