They follow different definitions of " seasons ".Since Rival Destinies is starting soon and we'll be getting a new opening, im curious to know how the tcpi gets a new opening before the Japanese raw version?
Well, that would explain why is possible to receive damage despite being "immune" in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon and in the various spin-offs...Chalk it up to a case of " your mileage will vary " depending on the writer's mood. The writers don't always enforce the weakness/resistance/immunity rule. In fact they usually don't unless it plays a vital part in why a certain Pokemon is defeated. These days they try not to even make it an issue by having our protagonists choose Pokemon that have at least some effective attacks and withdrawing Pokemon who are clearly at a disadvantage.
... but for argument's sake.
I figure it works something like this. Except for the perks of being a Ghost Pokemon there aren't any immunities. Only attacks with varying degrees of effectiveness depending on how tough your opponent is. The type of the attack hardly matters. It's been shown a handful of times that any attack that's strong enough can completely overpower a Pokemon that has a resistance / immunity to it. It's all about the strength of the attack, the strength of the attacker, and occasionally environmental occurances (weather, surroundings, abilities, friendship, whatever).
So it's not really " they receive no damage " unless it's a ghost against a Normal / Fighting attack when the writers remember. It's more of a " they receive so little damage it's superficial ". That was covered in the anime too waaay back in Kanto where it was shown you can defeat an opponent with chip damage (attacks that seem superficial) if you're persistent enough.
Generally, some tears are guaranteed in 'farewell' episodes such as Charizard's Burning Ambitions, Gotta Catch Ya Later, and Togepi's Mirage. Other emotional moments (Snow Way Out, Friend and Foe Alike) also often cause gushing.Obviously this one question will be hard to remember all of the occassions, but could anybody help tell me all of the times a character has cried?
The question sparked to me after i rewatched Pikachu's Goodbye and Ash cried at the end, i'm just curious about every other occassion. When theirs 700+ episodes of the anime it's hard to recall so if anybody can tell me a bunch (if not all which i doubt haha) it'd be appreciated.
Yes, in "The Breeding Center Secret". The episode ends with them digging a tunnel to escape the obviously not too secure cell they were put in.A question again, have Jessie, James and Meowth ever been arrested by the police in any of the Pokémon anime TV show episodes?