Bea was referred to as a Gym Leader in one of her appearances though. But it's very much possible that Allister is a stand-in Gym Leader (similar to Visquez) while she's traveling the world and competing in the PWC.I think the Galarian Yamask 1) proves that the Stow-on-Side Stadium is a Ghost-type Gym in the anime (i.e. not Bea's Gym), and 2) probably belonged to Allister.
I was more thinking of Bea's Gym being located somewhere else in the anime.Bea was referred to as a Gym Leader in one of her appearances though. But it's very much possible that Allister is a stand-in Gym Leader (similar to Visquez) while she's traveling the world and competing in the PWC.
@PkmnTrainerV, you called it lmao.
If "Gou can catch legendaries now he got Eternatus" is ever presented as a viable argument I'll lose faith in humanity.
Sucks that Eternatus must spend the rest of its life in a Poke Ball. At least Go was the one to catch it
Leon was hurt badly.
Behold the image of purity
From what I’ve learnt about the anime, just because you have captured a Pokemon, does not mean it will obey you. Excadrill, Charizard, Iris’ Dragonite, Mamoswine, etc.Sucks that Eternatus must spend the rest of its life in a Poke Ball. At least Go was the one to catch it
Just to let you know, Goh actually did tell Raboot to use Quick Attack when Ember wasn't working, but Raboot didn't listen cause it was so determined to make it's Ember attack more powerful. trying to prove it can win with it's specialty. It's kinda like when Scorbunny first evolved. So Raboot evolved from mastering it's specialty.I just want to speak about Rose and Oleana’s battles.
Lucario throwing Copperajah, and also Ferrothorn, was awesome as hell. I would honestly say that’s one of the most impressive things I’ve seen from any of the Pokemon in this series. This made me really excited for Ash’s battles coming up. Not only that, seeing Rose impressed and surprised by Ash shows just how strong he really is - the dude made the guy who constantly watches tournaments every year, actually shocked. Ash is one hell of a trainer, and this reflects that.
Cinderace’s moment to shine was pretty bad if I’m being honest. What the hell was Oleana doing? Why was Goh spamming the same move over and over? Why did Oleana wait for Goh to think and change tactics?
Come to think of it, I said before that Goh is still an inexperienced trainer, and I still believe this. Whilst knocking out Milotic and G-Max Garbodor is good for a beginner, he really lacks any form of diversity with his battling. It’s just spam kick rocks towards the opponent. I like how they addressed this, and hopefully we’ll see Goh come up with new tactics later down the line.
Finally, last thing I noticed - I’m assuming Bea actually isn’t the gym-leader at Stow-on-Side, and just holds the title of a Gym Leader (doesn’t act like one, as she constantly travels, like Ash not being a Battle Frontier Brain). I think this as that Galarian Yamask was probably a reference to Allister, and it appeared to be hovering over the gym at Stow-on-Side.