I think it’s the conclusion of the Guzzlord plot and I think that they are hiding the title is because Dia and his Zeraora are coming back to help Ash and company defeat it.It's to early to tell at this point. It could be anything from the masked royal or conclusion of the guzzlord plot to the awards ceremony and post league celebrations.
Why hide that though? It's either to do with sword and shield or more likely the title references the name of the league winnerI think it’s the conclusion of the Guzzlord plot and I think that they are hiding the title is because Dia and his Zeraora are coming back to help Ash and company defeat it.
They might have Ash bring back Pokémon they also have plan for him take with him to Galar because they line receives a Regional Variant and it's own Obstagoon.His first option is to use one of his reserve members to fill the 6th slot. But the question is which Pokémon does he use? He has 6 regions worth of Pokémon, not to mention his herd of 30 Tauros. How can he choose one of them without making the others feel left out? And no, I don't think that he should just go with Pikachu, Torrecat, and 4 reserves. It wouldn't be right to leave out Rowlet, Lycanroc, and Melmetal, just to hope that he can win with his reserve team. So I think that it would be unlikely for him to use any reserves.
Or the middle form of a three stage evolutionary line which of course means they won't get an evolution like Obstagoon but either way Ash older Pokémon that fall under both categories.It would have to be a pokemon in its first form Pokémon to be that possibility
Luck? This is not real life we're dealing with. This is the series that can and will give Ash a convenient way to reunite with his old Pokémon that we haven't seen for a long time. And we have to ask ourselves... what is the point of bringing back Guzzlord right as the League ended? If it's going to be resolved in the reintroduction episode, why did the writers want to bring it here now rather than say after the Exhibition Match? It's a BLAM episode that would not move the plot forward... unless the events lead up to this episode.His second option is to bring back Poipole. However, Ash would have to rely on luck to have Poipole come back in the previous episode, as part of their attempt to take out Guzzlord. If Ash and his friends take out Guzzlord without Poipole coming back, then if Ash wants to get Poipole, then he would have to find Solgaleo, convince him to open up an ultra wormhole to Poipole's ultra space, find his Poipole from the entire group of Poipole (though that may be easy if Poipole remembers Ash), and convince it to join Ash's team just this one time, go back, have his full battle, then reopen the Ultra wormhole, and return Poipole back to its Ultra Space. So if Poipole doesn't return in episode 140,then it will not be likely for Ash to use Poipole for the full battle.
Not really, while you might not like it Poipole could come back and even evolve and participate in the battle against the Masked Royal and possibly get a win. Also in regards to Larvitar, Ash was just taking care of it until he got it back to it's mother, and it was only around for like 7 episodes before permeantly leaving so it's kind of ridiculous to call Larvitar useless when it was never intended to be a actual part of Ash's team.
Bevenom didn't really get that many chances to battle, but given that it's an Ultra Beast and has the potential to return to Satoshi's team [possibly even in this episode for all we know], I'd say that it could easily evolve and redeem itself against Kukui-hakase in the exhibition match.KenzeyEevee said: