- Jul 17, 2013
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If you actually did this that's hillariousIf Ash last appearance, they be no see getting any more Pokémon such as...
Weedle → Kakuna → Beedrill ↔ Mega Beedrill
Nidoran♀→ Nidorina→ Nidoqueen
Nidoran→ Nidorino→ Nidoking
Zubat→ Golbat → Crobat
Oddish→ Gloom→ Vileplume/Bellossum
Poliwag→ Poliwhirl→ Poliwrath/Politoed
Abra→ Kadabra → Alakazam↔ Mega Alakazam
Machop→ Machoke→ Machamp
Bellsprout→ Weepinbell→ Victreebel
Geodude→ Graveler→ Golem
Gastly→ Haunter→ Gengar↔Mega Gengar
Mewtwo↔Mega Mewtwo X↔Mega Mewtwo Y
Cleffa→Clefairy → Clefable
Larvitar→Pupitar→Tyranitar↔ Mega Tyranitar
Mime Jr.→Mr. Mime
Riolu→ Lucario↔Mega Lucario
Skorupi → Drapion
Snover→ Abomasnow↔Mega Abomasnow
I even never seen Pikachu gets inflated into a balloon what I sent a letter to studio.
I can't believe he's gone. (Crying)
Figured it'd count as part of Journeys for the dub. I'd guessed it might be called Final Journeys if they gave it it's own name. I assume they will change the OP though, as the footage featuring Goh will be obsolete.Technically, yes or close to that amount. TPCi said that this mini series will be dubbed as being "11 very special episodes" of Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series.
In addition with what the others said, if we remove from these 16 episodes the 4 clip-show that the dub will skip, we have 12 episodes which amounts to this mini-series + JNS05, so the numbers match up.So does this mean whoever said JN had 16 more episodes left was correct?
Honestly, I'm still not sure if even Ash defeating Leon was planned from the start. The dub emphasizing that his goal was to battle against Leon, not defeat, always felt like they were providing themselves some wiggle room. Granted, I don't know if that was accurate to the Japanese version, but I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't initially plan this to be Ash's last series as the main lead. Journeys itself just doesn't feel well planned enough for that to be their goal from the start. It most likely wasn't a last minute change since planning out a new series, new character designs and even getting this mini series off the ground would take time and planning, but I wouldn't be surprised if that only started to take form around halfway through the series.
Yeah the moment Ash's first captures were a fully evolved Dragonite and Gengar, I think they always had a plan of giving him a powerhouse teamI think the biggest indication to where Journeys was heading lied with the very first Pokémon that Ash caught in the series: Dragonite. Not a Galar Starter or a Galar bird. It was a pseudo-legendary Pokémon and fully evolved to boot. And it's not even a Galar promotional Pokémon, so the only reason why Ash caught a Dragonite this early was to beef up Ash's team to Champion level. And Ash caught Dragonite in JN010, two episodes before Leon's debut and the introduction of the World Coronation Tournament in JN012. Then four episodes later, Ash caught Gengar.
I don't think they would be giving Ash all these powerful and popular Pokémon early on if they weren't planning for Ash to beat Leon.
I think it's unlikely, but nothing is 100% impossible at this point.So do you think they'll finally address the GS Ball. This is the last chance to pull that trigger.
No, if they have Ash catch a Legendary in these episodes, I bet it's going to be Ho-Oh, in the very last one. Like, the very last scene of the last episode will be of Ho-Oh allowing itself to be caught in one of Ash's Poke Balls, having judged him worthy of being its Trainer after following him around all this time.As I'm personally looking forward to the Latias encounter, if it really is the same one from Pokémon Heroes, I am having a small, teeny bit of hope that Ash could catch her. Based on the scene in the preview, I wouldn't be surprised if Latias was there to save Ash from something.
I'm surprised it's still an Azurill at all! I mean, I get they were going for the whole Togepi replacement thing when it first debuted, but that was well over 15 years ago at this point. Plus, Azurill evolves into the type Misty's all about, the Water type. You'd think it would have been a no-brainer for Azurill to have evolved by now considering that. But, I guess not. Oh well.I'm surprised they remembered her Azurill.
Definitely. They've never really been villains anyway, and since Ash is leaving, I'd say there's a very strong chance the TRio is too.This is the moment to finally let team rocket end and go after their own goals. Like that episode in which Meowth was working at a restaurant and Jessie was going full coordinator.