I'm surprised that they decided to bring back Luke, and even more surprised that the writers didn't evolve his Zorua, as I was expecting him to have a Zoroark by the time he returned, and honestly, I don't want Luke's Zorua to evolve at all, she's too cute, and the fact that 90% of the time in the anime, when Pokemon evolve they completely lose their personality and basically become emotionless battle machines that only obey their trainer and nothing more.
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Charizard, Bayleef, Sceptile, Swellow, Mamoswine, Sudowoodo, Gliscor, Donphan, Leavanny, and many, many others would disagree to that percentage.
As for Luke appearing, I thin it's awesome. I really liked Luke. Maybe because I was a lot like him at that age. (And to make him more like me, I suggest we smash his camera.)
I'm guessing the port city they mention is going to be the one in the South West B2W2 area where Homika has been assumed to be.
I wish they took some more time to develop the main characters or rivals instead of bringing back minor characters who will just leave again....
If they were brought back, what makes you think they're intended to be minor characters?
You don't see them bringing back rivals that Ash has only met at the Pokemon League either. Just because Luke isn't battling, doesn't mean they can't develop his character.
Also, BW2 feature a new mechanic that seem to replace Musicals, where the PC will be featured in movies.
Iris is still very underdeveloped after 82 episodes. Cilan's not really going anywhere either. Many supporting characters who have been seen have incomplete plots. I'd like to see more Burgundy before I see more Luke personally because they have already established a storyline for her. I have no problem with Luke reappearing, but I hope they bring something new to the table.
And who's to say you can't develop characters simply because another one is being focused on? In-game example here: Flint's character development revolves around Volkner, and much of Candice and Maylene's development revolve around each other's interaction. Just because an episode focuses on one character, doesn't mean they can't develop another. The problem here isn't that Luke is being focused on, the problem is with the writers.