That's about right, yeah. But Eriko's totally misinterpreting the situation.Sebok said:I can tell I'm gonna love this! I can tell this girl clearly thinks May is trying to steal her boyfriend and is eager to outdo her so the she can have him all to herself; am I right? But then, I guess you can't blame this girl for being jealous.
If you look at Koratta's original Sugimori art, it was always purple. As for Ruujura, Joe has the Japanese sprites of her in GSC. The change was originally made for the US version until Japan started doing it in the games starting with RuSa. The official artwork, however, has changed her skin to purple since the TCG was released in Japan.frednmethod said:Really? But the face of the one in Serebii's pokedex (the G/S/C one) looks black. Either you're wrong, I'm color blind, or Serebii has the wrong pictures. Same with rattata. Its sprite in R/B/Y is kinda gray, but it turns purple in G/S/C. And I don't think it's because they didn't have the color purple back in the first generation, as pokemon like Arbok and Weezing were clearly purple.
Wooohooo! May's Super Skitty! XDDDWierdo said:As cool as a Meowth-Skitty fight would be, there is no way that a Meowth could beat a Jynx. Besides, it always ends up being a fight between May and Coordinator of the episode if May wins the contest, which she obviously will. And since she's fighting Toshi in the first round, the second round battle is rather obvious.
And it looks like next episode is the return of super Skitty. Lovely.
If you look at Koratta's original Sugimori art, it was always purple. As for Ruujura, Joe has the Japanese sprites of her in GSC. The change was originally made for the US version until Japan started doing it in the games starting with RuSa. The official artwork, however, has changed her skin to purple since the TCG was released in Japan.
...you haven't been paying much attantion to how the Pokémon Contests work in the animé I'm assuming?jynx said:What grand festival?
You meant that this is not the final?
You're right Never knew where to download AG episodes...Gravy said:...you haven't been paying much attantion to how the Pokémon Contests work in the animé I'm assuming?
The Grand Festival is basically the Contest equivelent to the Pokémon League. You need 5 Contest ribbons to be able to participate and compete to win the Robbon Trophy and title of expert Coordinator~
Thats all there is to it really.
Agree!Alfonso said:Just finished watching the episode. Very interesting, and there were quite a few points that I would have expected those who have seen it to bring up. XD I guess I'm the only one who things little things are important. Anyway, Bad Points first:
1) The animation and drawing style of the episode. Indeed, the Roxanne Episodes Team is back. >.> And it looks like they are doing the next episode too. I mean, seriously. They should save the Best Animation for episodes like these.
2) Toshiko. Or whatever the HELL his name was. I hate him. He's just... such a wimp. I don't see how Eriko-hime could be interested in such a guy. And he's hardly handsome. And what dress sense! Someone get Harley here on the DOUBLE.
Geodude said:Another point, the frozen Razor Leaf that we saw in this ep's preview was actually part of Skitty's appeal. Skitty used Assist, which came up with Razor Leaf, then used Blizzard to freeze the leaves, then used Doubleslap to break the pieces of ice.
Dogasu said:You guys have the Coordinators' names all wrong. They're Eriko and Toshiki, not Erika and Toshi.
What I noticed during the Contest was that Haruka's reaction to Eneko's neko no te attack. She said "Razor Leaf, huh? In that case...", leading me to believe that she's considered every possible attack that neko no te could produce, and has developed strategies around these attacks.
Other random thoughts:
-I'm getting really sick of hearing Ready Go! used in every other episode.
-I love Satoshi's strategy for teaching Yukiwarashi how to perfect its Ice Beam attack. It just consists of him telling Yukiwarashi to use the attack, the pokemon obeys, the attack goes wrong, and then Satoshi says something like "Ah, you still can't control your Ice Beam." He just repeats this process several times throughout the episode, and toward the end I was like "Why don't you try something ELSE!?"