God I wish that were me (Misty)
If Journeys is coming to end soon and Goh's only usage of Dynamax was Dynamax Raboot in the Darkest Day Arc (which was over 2 years ago)?
Come to think of it maybe Leon isn’t going to be G-Maxing his Cinderace and will G-Max his Rillaboom instead.I did think he would be the one to use Gigantamax Cinderace and Inteleon but from the looks of it that's Leon's job. He could still Gigantamax them in final mission, though if not giving him a band was definitely a waste
He only used it vs Guzma pre-league.Didn’t he use it in this series and in this tournament? Maybe I’m confused.
Any ways, Goh got everything in this series for no reason, basically the writers pet.
Goh isn't from Galar.Do you really wanna see Goh Dynamax so bad? I mean, the guy isn't even a battler. At max you'll see him G-Max Cinderace/Dynamax the same and use G-Max Fireball and maybe a Max Knuckle once.
Dynamax/G-Max battles are already hard to choreograph given how slow paced and static they are. Having one with someone like Goh would be pointless altogether.
That said, he is a protagonist from Galar and considering this is the main Galarian thing, it made sense to have him do it once?
Journey's is tied to Galar as it's the anime connected to the Region. Goh is the protagonist.Goh isn't from Galar.
He lives in Vermilion City
Assuming we actually see some kind of battle for PM, then maybe we'll get Gmax Cinderace, there's no time for both Inteleon and Cinderace to Gmax, so if it was going to be one, I would think the writers will have Ace do it (or both do with Articuno style knockouts).If Journeys is coming to end soon and Goh's only usage of Dynamax was Dynamax Raboot in the Darkest Day Arc (which was over 2 years ago)?
I figure with those 2, they wanted to show them off as references to the games, and were willing to bend the mechanics (since neither will go into a pokeball), but they didn't want to commit to their own rule breaking.The same point of Gmax Pikachu and Meowth