No matter just how long Ash is on his Pokemon adventure, fans need to remember that he or she is still a kid. His age and immaturity have resulted in some questionable making decisions in his time as a Pokemon trainer. As a battler, an associate, and also a trainer, Ash is reaching the possible a main Pokemon protagonist ought to have. Still, though, he's prone to some remarkable errors.
First. This does not reflect upon the changing times he used Charizard after it respected him. For most people, Buy Shiny Pokemon is a good habit. After Ash's Charmeleon evolved to Charizard, it immediately exuded arrogance and disrespect. It would battle in the event it felt like, take naps gets hotter felt to enjoy it, and completely ignore Ash.
Several battles, such as the Pokemon League battle against Ritchie, saw Ash throw Charizard into the mix. Naturally, Charizard would begin its own business and lose the battle for Ash. This happened too often.
Second. Palpitoad vs. Elesa. Gym's battle against Elesa will be one of the greatest battles of the Ash era in the "Black and White Series". After devising a combat strategy all night and all night, Ash did something suspicious. Ash believes that the obvious way to defeat Elesa should be to use Palpitoad only. Literally, this is the only real Shiny Pokemon he brings to your Gym battle. After defeating Zebstrika, Palpitoad fell into Emolga. Ash really must quit the battle, go to the Pokemon Center, and find out which partners he hopes to bring back.
Third. Breaking into Celadon Gym. This is a highly questionable decision that sees Ash's partner track of his truest enemies, Team Rocket. In some parts, Ash Ketchum was banned from entering the Celadon Gym. Team Rocket saw this in order to take advantage of the young Pokemon protagonist. They all dress up from the patented Team Rocket disguise, with Ash stating the duo are his parents. They make it into the Gym and, naturally, things go awry. Team Rocket accidentally set the Gym racing. Great making decisions, Ash.