You'd think they'd just use the ruins, but I guess the writers prefer a temple.
Note: Undersea Temple is similar to the Abyssal Ruins' Japanese name. The key difference is "Temple" instead of "Ruins".
Yet, like the Celestial Tower, they aren't using it for some reason.
I wouldn't be surprised if this IS an episode involving Manaphy, to be honest.
We haven't had a random Legendary episode in all of Isshu, whereas Sinnoh was filled with them.
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Considering this is the place the Rockets investigated last month, it's obviously the start of the big Rocket episodes.
I was about to ask is this the episode we were seeing in the preview? The next ep might bring back the Kami trio legends.
Last edited by Silktree; 23rd August 2012 at 01:40 AM.
The ordering of the episodes seems odd here - I'd have thought that Marlon would have a bit of an involvement with an episode about an undersea temple, but there's that nursery school filler in between the two. I wonder how they will go about engineering the reason for Ash going down there, something that would be far easier to do if they had Marlon there to take them down to sightsee. I suppose that's needed to avoid having him there for the Team Rocket episodes, but it still seems odd to go undersea two episodes after a water Gym.
Since we're going underwater, can Palpitoad and Stunfisk finally get some screen time together again?
Meloetta, leading Ash and co. to follow them to the temple.
Wonder if Manaphy will stop by from the temple down the road?
Though it would be kinda neat if Walker, Pokemon Ranger, showed up to help.
Thank you. Everyone needs to remember that the Pokemon creative staff are the most spineless people in the entire anime industry (outside of 4Kids (inrony!)).
Last edited by SammyW27; 24th August 2012 at 03:02 PM.
Why is Palitoad and Stunfish in this episode?
We have no idea who's in this episode aside from the regular cast and Rockets.