I'm glad the gag of Sirfetch'd doing trivial things for Ash while in his cool knight persona is a running gag apparently.
Technically Mew transformed into Tapu Koko at the beginning of the Mewtwo episode.. hopefully it's appearance won't gonna be just that XDAlso the poster shows Tapu-Koko which has yet to appear in the series. Personally, I would like an episode where Ash gets called back to defend his title.
That’s been happening with a lot of the 2 v 2 battles, like with Gengar and Farfetch’d in the Korrina and Bea battles respectively. Pretty lame.Honestly it’s not even about what counts as an OHKO or not that’s bad with vish’s part in the battle, it’s how it felt like it was only there as a ‘take away 2 pokemon’ button.
It felt like the battle the writers really want to tell was nite vs nite and nite vs haxorus, and vish was just there to facilitate it. It just immediately took angrynite out after it had it’s time, and then get immediately taken out so dragonite can fight again. It felt almost pointless on it’s own.
What would’ve been better was if they had cut down on the initial nite vs nite, so there would be more of an actual battle between vish and angrynite.
That’s been happening with a lot of the 2 v 2 battles, like with Gengar and Farfetch’d in the Korrina and Bea battles respectively. Pretty lame.
"Saikyo" as "greatest" is often used analogously to "strongest" in the series, though, from what I recall.He says she's "Isshu-chiho saikyo no Trainer", but then further clarifies that by that, he means she "holds the position of Champion", so it's just meant as a description of that title. "The top Trainer in the Isshu region" as opposed to "the strongest Trainer".