Hm not bad, things about to get juicy next week tho :>
I hope so. Gou vs Garbordor idk how to feel about that.Hm not bad, things about to get juicy next week tho :>
And Ash’s boss battle is pretty much Oleana, now. Your wrinkles are showing, madam (I know, it’s Rose, just saw the preview).I hope so. Gou vs Garbordor idk how to feel about that.
Ash ditched that wild drednaw months ago. No surprise here.Also can't believe Ash and Leon just ditched Coalosal, that was a prime capture moment. Well I suppose he at least has Gordie after he loses his current job.
If he even exists.
Lol Oleana glaring at Ash was just too perfect.I hope so. Gou vs Garbordor idk how to feel about that.
I think Pokemon The Series: Sword and Shield would've existed if they didn't have Ash win in SM. Since if it did exist even after the win in SM, it would just feel very regressive if you ask me.Lol Oleana glaring at Ash was just too perfect.
Honestly, while nothing really happened this episode in terms of action (aside from Ash FINALLY using Gengar again), I personally liked it since it gave the Galar characters much needed development and better insight into their personalities. Between this arc & Twilight Wings, their actions in the games are more understandable and they feel way more fleshed out.
It kind of makes me wish we still had "Pokémon the Series- Sword & Shield" for this generation, but I'm still happy with what we've got
Prob wanted to just debut it already since I don't think they even like the whole dynamax concept (like most people in the pokemon community likely I assume) and I imagine that animating them being one of those reasons due to how complex they look.Poor Coalassol. It didnt deserve to have rocks thrown at it for something that wasn't its fault.
Oleana intimidating Ash was great. Too bad they took away her signature Gardobor and gave it to some grunt
Honestly it would be easy for a hypothetical full Sword & Shield anime to justify Satoshi doing all the usual stuff. Just have him run into Beet/Bede (or some OC but honestly when you already have a guy who fits the part perfectly why not use him) and have him be all "So you're the Champion of Alola? Big deal, that League was literally only just formed! There are no truly strong trainers in that region!" only for him to then kick Satoshi's butt with ease... Or if you don't want him losing to a newbie again, have one of the Galar Gym Leaders agree to take him on and they beat him with ease instead. Thus immediately establishing that Galar is a much tougher region than Alola and so his victory there doesn't mean he has much of an advantage here at all.Not really. Lance losing to Leon pretty much shows be a regional champion doesn't mean be the best. Because "Leon is the greatest champion ever or something". Also, it's just make the Galar gym leaders into competitive competitors instead, like Raihan and Bea, and Ash basically do the gym challenge without actually need badges.