And that's precisely why I never wanted them to appear again. Could have done Giratina and/or Arceus as they've yet to properly appear in the anime itself, just movie roles thus far.This episode raised a bunch of questions related to Sinnoh's lore that I'm really not sure the writers will actually pay off. Like how did the red chain get rebuilt. Did they somehow recover the data from Team Galactic and kidnap the lake trio again? And why is Giratina still being excluded from being referenced all these years later? I get the remakes are for DP bit come on, this is just lazy exclusion when you know good and well disrupting the balance of time and space causes Girantina to appear.
Maybe it's just me being overprotective because Sinnoh is my favorite reason and I love the lore behind its legendaries, but I really don't feel like this episode accomplished much at all. With only one other episode left to this arc, these writers have a lot to explain and resolve and they've repeatedly dropped the ball with past arcs when faced with similar situations. For now I can only give the episode a 5.5/10 until I see how they follow it up.
Even in another universe, these main characters get screwed up.So the other Hikari was the runner-up in the Sinnoh League, not the winner.
Hey. Making those anti-gravity battlefields ain't cheap!Where the hell was Ash's Kalos League runner up trophy?
Pikachu is arrogant and overconfident in his relationship with PiplupYou know there's something very wrong when Grookey shows more concern for Piplup than Pikachu does and Grookey doesn't even know Piplup
you know there's something wrong when the characters barely have a noseYou know there's something very wrong when Grookey shows more concern for Piplup than Pikachu does and Grookey doesn't even know Piplup lol