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Lost at the Stamp Rally! (712)

Discussion in 'Pokémon Black & White - Rival Destinies' started by Serebii, Oct 6, 2011.

  1. Mrs. Oreo

    Mrs. Oreo Banned

    I agree with that cuz even tho Musicals are a side quest in the games, they were still a new concept and I was expecting more focus on them here. I know that time was limited here, but I'd rather have seen more of the Musical than the Axew plot. :[
     
  2. Wednesdayz

    Wednesdayz Banned

    You'd think that since Musicals were the 5th Gen's version of Contests, we would've gotten more scenes for that. Was Axew really more integral than the Musicals? :/
     
  3. Shayuin

    Shayuin Banned

    The girl's Axew getting lost was annoying, but did we need to see more of the Musicals when they seemed so boring?
     
  4. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    The fact that we saw a lost Kibago in Raimon City here was ironic since this one belonged to someone else, not simply Iris again.
     
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2018
  5. FullmetalJackie

    FullmetalJackie Red & Green

    I thought that this was an okay episode. I would have enjoyed it more if the battle was the main focus of the episode, and didn't just take up the last ten minutes. I think that the missing Axew subplot took up way too much time. It was pretty predictable with both sides constantly missing each other and neither the female Axew or its trainer were interesting.
     
  6. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    I wish we had seen more of Satoshi's Battle Subway visit than just his match against Kudari and Nobori. A whole episode dedicated to this facility would've been better than watching a Kibago subplot.
     

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