Imo you can just tell which pokemon the writer's were invested in this series and which ones were forced upon them by the Marketing Department
Yes, Dracovish is pretty popular actually. I mean heck there were some people that didn’t want Ash get a Lucario, but that change the point that Lucario is a extremely popular Pokémon.Is Dracovish that popular? I thought it and the other Galarian Fossils weren't all that well liked due to some fans not wanting Ash to get one
Yeah, the missions of Project Mew will no doubt get more and more difficult with each mission completed which makes me wonder what other Project Mew missions Goh will have to successful complete.I'm confident that's the actual reason. If they are as "elite" as they seem to be sold as, then they are probably just testing potential members.
Still it’s better then not appearing at all, I mean it’s the same argument that some on here made after Goh caught Flygon, who hasn’t done anything since the Zapdos episode. Some on here mentioned that they rather see Flygon appear in the lab every once in a while instead of having to not battle as often under Ash’s care. Now we hardly see the Pokémon nor does it do anything, when it was presented as a counterpart to Ash’s Dragonite just based on the two openings and calendar. For a Pokémon that is suppose to be a really popular dragon type, they don’t seem to market it that much.Just standing there. It could've not shown up and the episode would've been (exactly?) the same...
I can only hope it get focus because of BDSP.
If it doesn't, this series showrunners are even bigger fools than I EVER could have imagined...O.O
I'd hope so. Seems odd they'd choose to integrate one into the anime now rather than when y'know, Lillie was around?Gou says "I want to return you to where you belong" to the Ninetales so yeah they're aware that an Alolan one being in Sinnoh is weird, I'd imagine returning it to Alola is the purpose of the mission rather than catching it just for the sake of it.