It taunts it for not being able to do fire moves even though it’s a fire type and shows off its ability to spit out fire. Scorbunny tries to respond, stretching, popping its neck and trying its hardest to spit out Ember….. Only for a spark to come out its mouth, causing Scorbunny to feel Ashamed and send the Darumaka laughing.
Now, you might not think that that’s that big a deal. And you would be right in any other situation. But in this case, it’s a subtle showing that she trusts her pokemon to do moves that she doesn’t think it could pull off, more than Go trusts his Scorbunny to do the same.
I really enjoyed this episode. It fixed a lot of issues I had with the show and started a new plot that I hope will take more than just a single episode to fix. Based on the next episode preview, it looks like that might be the case, but even if it’s not, for this episode, I thought it was great. Go ahead and check it out!
Ash catches up to Go and they have a 2 v 2 battle. And this battle is also great because of the themes involved here. So, when they get their Chewtle, Jesse is skeptical it can battle since it’s such a tiny pokemon but she still tries to use it the best she can by calling out water gun.
When Go tries to get it to high five, it walks away, not even looking at Go… and that’s where we end the episode.
But anyways, that’s it for my review of episode 17 of the new pokemon Anime. Thank you so much for watching! If you liked this video, like, share and subscribe. Let me know what you think of this episode in the comments down below. You can follow me on twitter @therealpdgaming, and that’s it, I’ll talk to you guys later. Peace!!
It could also be the charmeleon syndrome. It evolved and had a change of personality. And, that is what most people seem to think it is, but I don’t know, judging by what happened all throughout this episode, I’m not convinced. Now, it did evolve in episode 17, which is the level it almost evolves at in the game . Does that mean that at level 35 it’s going to evolve into a cinderace? Does that mean Go doesn’t have the required badge for it to listen to it? Probably not but Who knows? But, since raboot will be the mascot to Go’s team, I think this may be it in terms of evolution for it.
When Team Rocket try to call in their vending machine, we see that the pelipper didn’t come from the sky this time, but rather, from the phonebooth which explains the reason why Go even went inside the phonebooth. And, when they do eventually get their vending machine, they also finally get back the Chewtle they caught in episode 13 as well as a poliwrath.
And in universe, this doesn’t make much sense. Ash is still 10 from the start of his journey so technically technology shouldn’t have changed that much. But, the fact that in real life, it has and kids nowadays may not know what a phone booth is, makes this hilarious.
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So much to the point where even when Scorbunny has noticed a Peliper thats behind that Go could potentially catch, Go still ignores it.
Anyways, while Go and Scorbunny are chasing the Pelipper, here is an entirely different portion of the episode that doesn’t really connect to the episode in any way, but I still loved it. So, we see James sneaking around a phone booth with a bag. He enters the base through the phone booth like a villain.
Actually, here is a small thing you probably didn’t think about. Team Rocket is entering their base, similar to how the ultra guardians entered their base last series. A nice callback. Once he enters the base, it’s like a mob setting. Everyone, meaning Jesse, Mewoth and Wobbofett are sitting around in a bar with a pool table and everything.
While eating breakfast, Ash and Go discuss catching Pokemon and Koharu asks if catching pokemon is fun. She ultimately declines when Ash asks her to come too, but I like that its subtly showing that she is starting to be more interested in Pokemon.
Again, similar to his training method, Go is shown to be very inexperienced. Yee, he is someone who wants to catch Pokemon. That has been clearly established. But, he hasn’t ever been shown to be someone who ignores his Pokemon. It’s actually quite the opposite. He was super excited to see his wurmple evolve and even though they all ended up being cascoon, he didn’t care. Two episodes ago, he took time from giving his parents food to help out a pokemon. So, it is strange to me that he is ignoring his own pokemon now for really no reason.
Finally, when go does notice it, all it sees is Scorbunny trying to use ember on it and it flying away due to go being loud. It yells at Scorbunny for trying ember and tells him to go after it while they chase it.
After dodging a bite and getting the Chewtle on its back, Go has scorbunny run in place with quick attack and kick the rock. It causes the rock to catch fire and shut down the water gun that Chewtle used.
Again, small little things that are adding up.. Instead of trying to help it by encouraging it, Go is too stubborn and only wants to do things his way, which ,as we will see later on, ultimately causes the issue it does, but I think it’s all fantastically done.
While Scorbunny is outside training, it finally gets one decent ember and is excited to show Go, so it catches up to Ash and Go who are looking for Pokemon to catch. But, everytime it tries, Go ignores it.
And that is really the final straw as Scorbunny kicks go and runs away. And Go decides not to go after it.
So anyways, while Go is looking for the pelipper, he stumbles upon their phone booth and accidentally falls on Team Rocket as they try to get out of the phone booth. There is even a hilarious bit here with a meta joke where they lament the fact that kids, and specifically, go, doesn’t know what a phone booth is since he has a smartphone.
So, like I said before, there were small things leading up to this moment. Go’s refusal to help train it. Go trying to tell it what it can and cannot do. Go discouraging it. It all lead up to this moment. And, it makes sense. Scorbunny probably feels like it did all the training on its own and Go only did a little bit. Not only that, but it showed Go that he was wrong. So I can understand its feelings.
Even though I was expecting it, scorbunny evolves anime I legitimately laughed out when Scorbunny failed. The build up to that moment was fantastic. And what’s more is that I am so glad that some of Go’s other pokemon besides Scorbunny are getting some personality development. I mean, it was a trickster pokemon from the start, pretending to be a zen mode darumaka to attack Ash and Go when it was first caught, but I am glad that it’s not without causing trouble to its own friends. Because that’s what makes a Pokemon with personality really shine.
Again, a bit out of character for Go, but understandable since he has just become a trainer and has never really tried developing pokemon. It’s not until Ash convinces him that he and scorbunny haven’t been on the same page and that him and scorbunny should stick together until they figure it out.
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So Scorbunny tries to use ember even though go tries to have it use double kick, causing it to get knocked out. Remember, it never got to show off its ember progress that it made to Go so it’s desperately trying to show Go that it can do it. And it tried to do so here and failed. And while Team Rocket celebrate their Chewtle being so powerful, they get blasted off by Pikachu, who they forgot was there.
When James finally reveals what he was hiding……… LIMITED EDITION CHIPS! And so Team Rocket eat the chips and after filling themselves, play Nasty Move Shitori.
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So, we see scorbunny desperately practicing ember and failing. What does happen though is that Go notices that when scorbunny rubbed its feet together and kicked a rock, it caused the rock to heat up. When he tries to tell scorbunny this, scorbunny runs away, most likely fearing that Go was going to shut him down again.
Yes ladies and gentleman, episode 17 of the new pokemon anime titled, “Scorbunny Use Your Flaming Kick! Face Tomorrow!!“, just dropped, and in this episode, Go’s Scorbunny learns a new fire move and evolves! How? Let’s find out!!
I can see his thought on why he wouldn’t want Scorbunny to use ember, but his other behaviour seems irrational at best.
That is until it stumbles upon team rocket again. A second fight ensues, but this time, Go assures scorbunny that it will use a fire move so the scorbunny seems to listen to it more.
When Koharu comes up to try to figure out why they haven’t had breakfast, Go tells her that Scorbunny can’t pull this off. He says that you should practice what you are good at and shouldn’t try that hard at things you can’t do. This ultimately leads to a point where Go tries to get Scorbunny to stop, but because Darumaka is still mocking it, it runs off to practice it some more.
Besides Go, the one thing I loved about this episode, and I already mentioned it, is team rocket. They are finally set up and their more goofy side is starting to come out. Not only that, but chewtle is back, and I really hope that it’s going to permanently be a part of their team. It’s such a great contrast pokemon to team rocket. Small, unassuming, but powerful. And the fact that this time, its Jesse who is getting bit by the pokemon, and not james, is a wonderful contrast.
The episode begins with Ash and Go battling against each other training. Scorbunny is keeping up well with Pikachu’s quick attack and both Go and Scorbunny seem to be proud of that. That is until the darumaka that Go caught a few episodes ago walks up to Scorbunny.
The next episode, Ash begins his journey of getting to the top of the rankings to face Leon. His first opponent? A substitute gym leader for the vermillion gym. How will that go? Well, I will say that the animation looks fantastic in the preview so I hope well. But I guess we will have to wait and find out.
And this feels like they did that. We now have a dedicated Team Rocket base. It’s probably going to move as we later see them accidentally reveal it to go, but the fact that they have a location is wonderful. Not only that, but we got to see them act like normal human beings. After they ate, they played shitori to try to sharpen their minds and when Jesse lost, she got upset. Those are things normal people do and it feels great that they were allowed this moment this episode.
After this bit here, we see Scorbunny desperately trying to use ember, but not being able to, while the darumaka stands there smugly. While Ash is trying to teach it ember, Go is just standing there.
And, we will see later on in this episode how this mindset is going to backfire on Go, but honestly, I sympathize with him here. Remember, he just became a Pokemon trainer relatively recently. Remember, he took his first loss really hard. For most of his trainer journey, he has just caught pokemon just to get up to mew. He hasn’t really tried to develop any pokemon. And that really shows. There is a fantastic contrast between Ash who doesn’t even own Scorbunny, trying really hard to help it out, and Go just standing around and trying to discourage it. I think it really shows the difference between the two trainers and their philosophy.
After it gets up from being Ko’d, it tries and tries again to show Go that it can do it, but Go shuts it down, telling it that there are certain things that it just can’t do.
Basically, Ash is talking about chemistry here. And really, he is right. Aside from the episode where Go caught scorbunny, they haven’t really had much of a relationship besides Pokemon and Master. Sure, there are moments when they work together well, but nothing to the extent of Ash and Pikachu. Think about it, besides helping Go capture pokemon, what is the relationship between Go and Scorbunny?
And like I said, nothing really significant happens here. Jesse messes up during the shitori and she tries to make up a word and gets violent during it. Typical behaviour. But, the reason I love this, and I think maybe the writers felt the exact same way, is that it gave Team Rocket some more personality for this series.
I called it! I said last episode that Scorbunny would evolve!
Excited from using this “ember” , scorbunny evolves into a raboot!!! And one more pyroball causes Team Rocket to blast off.
I swear, this episode is fixing all of my issues with Team Rocket in this series.
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Remember, I’d complained last episode about Team Rocket, saying, “Also, Team Rocket was back. So, while I like that they aren’t there every episode like they used to be, I am also a bit disappointed that they are back into their token roles. They are the “ best romance anime series 2019 s