Or that being Ash's ace for 6 different regions means more?
Tyranitar got beat pretty easily tbh but metagross was shown as being very strong and quick.
Still laughing at when people got mad at those thinking pikachu would beat both tyranitar and metagross called it
I'm kind of expecting ash to lose here, because him winning a league would involve so many new plot twists and turns and facing off against elite four members and champions which there really isn't time for in this saga. And if Ash remains the protagonist once the show moves to the next region...
Well stated haha
Tbh I'm surprised pikachu is getting so many battles here but it is ash's first chance to win a league in the finals so I'm glad pikachu is rising to the occasion!
Lol at Alain having an unfezant, Id be very disappointed/shocked if talonflame loses to it
Pikachu should be getting multiple wins? Pikachu is ash's most experience Pokemon, and at this point should be considered his strongest too. After being here for this long if something just powered through pikachu there's a problem...
K well I really didn't like fletchinder's design until seeing it animated --- way better
Viola vs grant (is that his name?) seems to be the headliner, and looks interesting to see surskit at it again!
This makes me wonder... [Thinking Ahead]
A) If Grant wins, should ash be losing to him aswell...
Oh hey there iris!:P
The episode looks interesting... Anyone know what moves the furfrou and snorlax were using? Seemed something like hyper beam and dark pulse respectively but I don't know of they learn those.
Wow first use of overgrow in the anime since sceptile and it goes to chespin in a semi-filler-esque episode, typical...
But atleast it's getting good development right off the bat, which is good, but I'm still praying it doesn't evolve otherwise it'll take gluttoness to the next level