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File:Recurring Fearow anime.png

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The Fearow Ash hit with a rock in the first episode when it was a Spearow, as it appears in Pallet Party Panic.


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current15:41, 18 March 2014Thumbnail for version as of 15:41, 18 March 2014623 × 480 (506 KB)Pikachu Bros. (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 16:08, 17 November 2010 User talk:Brandondorf9999#Image Edits
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