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The other time him and Yuyama worked together, in the same positions even.
Wasn't that uncalled pettiness from both of them?
That anime ran on pessimism and bleakness, such incident is merely the most known case.
Most people let the bright colours and designs fool them and end up in a huge shock.
When insecurity clouds someone's judgment.
However, I know of people who said that Gou was merely pretending affliction.
Beneath it he was; either ecstatic over getting rid of Rabifutto, or satisfied for punishing it for liking those Pokemon more than him.
That is the thing, I would not aknowledge anything that happens offscreen.
Though. It is far too late for them to fix it, at least for me.
My distaste towards Gou is too strong and profuse that I am unable to see anything good in him.
I would have preferred Satoshi only using past Aces in the Masters Tournament.
Since this series has utterly failed to give me a reason to care about the current team.
They are a bunch of flat, bland, stereotyped and disjointed Pokemon.
Why should I root for them in the first place?
Here is one that I've been keeping bottled.
Satoshi shouldn't have got into the Master Class, barely missing it instead.
I do think that this twist, after winning against Kibana, would have more impact.
What is good about having the writers rigging the Masters Tournament to make him advance?
At least they tried to develop Onvern, and yeah it sucked when that went nowhere.
It is much more than whatever they are doing with the current team.
I value more the focus on team dynamics over achievements.
My take is that the characters come form different points of their stories.
With only some that share both continuity and time of origin.
Regarding Tsutaaja, I think that they messed up her development.
It should have been her that evolved instead of Pokabu, the latter was a rehash.
Mizutani Yuuko, Sora, died during Tri's production; and Fujita Toshiko, Taichi, passed away the same year it ended.
Though, the latter did manage to reprise her role of Dai for Jump Force.
My guess is that those events played a role in doing a recast for the horrible reboot.
I think that last...
To rub salt into the wound.....
Gou ended up usurping his role in the horribly rushed SwSh 'Plot-Climax'.
And that still stings/upsets some fans, and it is understandable.
Honestly, I would have preferred a more faithful adaptation of SwSh.
Over the complete and horrendous mess that Journeys is.
Hikari did bond and train her Pokemon; unlike Gou, who does almost nothing with them.
That can explain why she started getting close to Satoshi and his DP team's level in a believable way.
The only unfortunate effect of her getting that far in her first campaign.....
It is that now the only way...
It would have been felt a lot less forced and unbalanced, while more significant/healthy.
Another thing to add to Journeys' 'Pile of Interesting Plots/Elements that got wasted'.
Though, I am still not sure if I would have liked their 'friendship' in that scenerio either.
Why didn't they make Serena do Contests from the beginning, that's it after her Arc of finding a Goal?
This reminds me how much I tend to dislike 'Popularity Power' in other animes.
Cuteness, like beauty, is a very subjective concept.
For example; I think that both Dokukeiru and Megayanma are...
I was very upset, since until that moment Luke's Gobitto was beating the living daylights out of Kibago.
Then, it unbelievably learns Outrage and turns the tables so easily.....
Not helped by that I really wanted Satoshi to battle Luke, for some reason.....
And when that episode starts, it...