My bad again, it wasn't "Seting off", but "The Matter is Settled". My point remains since it's from the same original series soundtrack, so it's older than the Giratina movie music. It played exactly one couple of episodes ago (BW130), when Satoshi was training with Trancell at sunrise.Do you remember which episode? I can't imagine something like that escaping my notice.And also the "Seting off" original series BGM played a couple of episodes ago.
It doesn't matter if you aren't going to reach the goal, as long as you're still happy doing the trajectory.
Pikachu with Body Slam back at the beginning of Episode N. Once Kibago and Pikachu were healed they managed to defeat Morobareru and Pururiru easily.
Which is weird considering they just have so many different versions to use, then again I guess I could write off quite a few of the Black and White motto animations due to the words not matching the scenery.Agreed. Though I think what they're doing now is treating the Rocket-Dan mottos like those transformation sequences from one of those magical girl shows and will probably keep recycling the same animation until the end of the series.
I'm confused...is the comet in this episode the Millenium Comet? Also, are any M06 references made in this episode whatsoever? (Other than Chiisaki Mono)
I cried sooo much!!! what an ending!! and that song!!! ehhhhhhhhhrghhh
i think i'm in love with this saga, and beautiful episodes like this reminds me off it
I'm sort of torn. I liked the episode and its outcome. I liked Holly and her determination. But I also liked having Jirachi only in the movie. (That movie is in my top 5 Pokemon ones; might even be #1.)
Well, because that can't happen anymore, I have to say I liked it.
I was unaware the original seiyuu died. Rest in peace.
I don't even like fruit smoothies. Give me a double-tall half-caf latte with foam any day.
I think I may have found my favorite DA! episode so far - and all because of the ending and the insert song from Movie 6 that played.
I was both surprised and unsurprised to hear Chiisaki Mono being played. I was half expecting some movie 6 music to be used, but at the same time...I didn't think they'd actually play that song there. It felt good to hear it.
A very enjoyable filler. I'm not expecting TPCi to use "Make A Wish / A Small Thing" but it would be nice if they could either use the dubbed or Japanese version. They could probably use the instrumental or orchestral versions which would be a nice fit. I'm more on the side of them using one of their MIDI tracks but all that said, I think that Follow Your Star would be a nice fit, the Alex Nackman version would fit nicely.
When Ash's Charizard gives you a thumb's up, you know that he'll be back soon!
Lovely episode and a great way to honour not only the 10 years anniversary for the Jirachi movie but also Jirachi's deceased voice actor. The soundtrack went right in the emotions, dang! ;A;
Although the episode felt really rushed once TR barged in. The first half had a decent pace, I think, but then everything happened kinda at once. Jirachi attacks, faints, TR blasts off, DADDY APPEARS, save Jirachi, water yay, bye bye Jirachi, the end. Could've been evened out a bit more, maybe? But this is minor nitpicking, still a really nice episode with good feelings all around.
The animation and art is quite nice this episode!
Da! as a whole has been kind of lackluster, animation-wise, especially compared to a lot of Episode N, so this was nice to see. I really liked Holly's design.
The inclusion of a second facet to her wish, in the form of wanting to reunite with her father, helped make this episode less of a rehash/condensed version of the Jirachi and Reshiram/Zekrom movies (the former for obvious reasons, the latter for the restoration of her land's former glory).
The lovely art and excellent music choice (Chiisaki Mono as an insert song!) made the finale have more emotional impact.
"Get better, Jirachi. Forget my wish from before! If you'll be okay again, that's enough. That's my one wish!"
I just really liked that scene. Fittingly dramatic and moving, I think.
... and this Jirachi is clearly different. ^^;; That movie's Jirachi needed a child to bond with to wake up. This Jirachi is so shy that it took Holly practically the whole week to even be able to approach it without frightening it! Moreover, this one's quieter and only uses human language once (and we don't hear its voice, just see it mouth "arigatou"/"thank you" as has been mentioned). And the most obvious difference?
This Jirachi is green-eyed. Movie Jirachi is blue-eyed.