I liked the movie art Buizeru and Perappu better. Types are revealed. Manaphy, Tamanta, and Buizeru are all Water. Perappu is Flying. I don't see secondary types, either. Could it be? o.o Lots of our familiar pokemon being seen in Ranger. It looks like Zigzagoon really moves in zigzags. Encounter with Deoxys. o.o
Last edited by Samurott; 13th March 2006 at 09:45 AM.
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Yes indeed. Somehow I have a feeling this may not be the whole picture. Only because... well, did they give us Latias and Latios' types around the release of their movie? I don't think so... I think we had to wait till the actual release of the games, which was not till about a year later. Until then, they'd just been perceived as Water.Originally Posted by Woopert
When the tweedle beetles battle with their paddles in a bottle full of water on a noodle-eating poodle, it’s a tweedle beetle noodle poodle water bottle paddle battle.
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I agree about the movie art. Buizeru looks much cuter in that pose, as does Perappu. Though "wings-open" Perappu is just as awesome.Originally Posted by Sceptile726
Concerning the revealed types, I admit, I'm a little shocked. I believed without a doubt, that Manaphy would be of the Water-Psychic type. But this to me, either suggests Nintendo is breaking trends, that is, IF Manaphy is the new Mew, etc, etc. Or Manaphy is not the new Mew, etc, etc. Which begs the question, what IS it then?
And as for the other new Pokemon, their types have proven to be as I predicted, so no surprises there. The fact we now have a pure Flying type is exciting, and I hope is suggestive of good things for Diamond and Pearl.
I'm more excited about the manga showing up in next month's issue more than anything else.
Is there any way to get CoroCoro issues in the US, anyway? Does anyone living in Japan ship them out to customers in the US?
What I'd like to know is...
What is Manaphy doing here?
Could this be some sort of glimpse at Manaphy's special power? Mew is supposedly the first Pokémon and can transform into any of the others, Celebi can travel through time, Jirachi can grant wishes... but we don't know Manaphy's special power yet, right?
I remember seeing somewhere that Manaphy is a "Voyage Pokémon". I wonder if that has something to do with what it's doing to them?
On another note, since when does Ash have blue eyes? Is that a side effect of the power as well, or is it just the artwork? I would guess the latter, but the lines around Ash's eyes appear to be the same color, and the same applies for the ranger...
I think this strikes my interest more than anything else. Mysterious, isn't it?
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