Watching over Ori and Ku
- Aug 10, 2019
- Reaction score
To be fair, Team Skull and Team Yell are not your typical 'teams'. One is a close knit group of outcasts and the loser types who strive for attention by trying to be nuisances. The other is a toxic (and possibly self-appointed) fanclub.Aye, there's the rub.
The problem with going back to old regions is that the villain teams' stories are over, so whatcha gonna do for antgonism?
I for one am hoping the TRio are good as they are in SM or XY. (I prefer they be even better, but that might be asking too much). Hopefully some more Team Rocket members can show up too.
There's Team Yell, but they look even more pathetic than Team Skull. On a related note, I'm scared they'd be a copy and paste of what the show JUST did to TS...
(unless, of course, there's another villain in SwSh to be revealed later)
And, of course, the Show making its own bad guys to keep Ash-tachii busy. Let's just hope they're some good ones this time instead of just more evil COTDs...
I hope they keep building up on Team Rocket. They've been far too much in the background and shadowed through most of the anime. And as for anime original villains, why not? There was Hunter J and she was as real threat, though they should tone down future villains as bit and make them operate within anime rules. For example, Hunter J had Salamence spam Hyper Beam without the Pokemon needing to rest or tiring out from overusing as powerful attack. Making people overpowered just for the a of plot is stupid.