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  1. Catilena1890's Avatar
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    *hugs* Poor thing, I'm so sorry ;3;
  2. HumanDawn's Avatar
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    I agree with Karamazov(brofist). You told us what happened instead of telling us your thoughts on the episode.

    Krokorok dodged Oshawott's Razor Shell, and then used a new animation of Sandstorm to surround the battlefield. With the battlefield being made up of rocks and a sandy surface, this new Sandstorm animation made sense. The Sandstorm itself came from large vibrations on the ground, as sand is whipped up in the air to hit Oshawott. Oshawott had sand in his eyes, so when he attacked he would keep missing. Krokorok took advantage by hitting Oshawott with attacks. Sandstorm was consistently used as it is normally used for in the games. It lasted several turns and the accuracy of Oshawott was lowered because of it. Ash used some creativity by having Oshawott use Water Gun to put an end to Sandstorm and used Water Gun to send Krokorok out from under the ground to be able to defeat it.
    Did you find the strategy used to be entertaining? Did you like the battle between Oshawott and Krokorok? Which part of the battle did you like the least?(or didn't like at all?) What do you think could have made the battle better?

    He told Ash that Clay's Pokémon were very powerful.
    Who told Ash that Clay's Pokemon were very powerful? I'm going to assume that it was Cilan. You see, you have to be clearer. There's also a thing about giving the reader too much details regarding as to what happened. Sometimes it's good to cut it short.
  3. G50's Avatar
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    Thanks for the advice. I will make adjustments to make it sound less like a Summary/Synopsis.
  4. Karamazov's Avatar
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    The thing is, it's not so much as a review. For the most part, it's more of a synopsis, with only a few comments on what was going on. It's not bad, but maybe you could talk about how you felt about the episode and what was going on, rather than just summarizing.