9th January 2015, 3:51 AM
Man, Dawn's lucky having her Cyndaquil being born with moves like Flame Wheel and Swift.
13th May 2016, 3:07 AM
I like the little rivalry with Piplup and Cyndaquil. I like how Lyra was hinting a relationship between Dawn and Ash.
2nd June 2016, 12:56 AM
Piplup was such a jerk to Cyndaquil here and I guess he was so used to stealing every one's screen-time that he didn't want Cyndaquil to get any either. 6/10
10th September 2016, 4:33 AM
Cyndaquil and Piplup not getting along was funny, even tho it was mostly Piplup who acted bratty. Lyra interacting with Dawn was cool as well, but I wasn't excited about seeing Valley Windworks again. ^^;
11th September 2016, 8:09 AM
The more I think about it, the more Pochama's actions seemed extremely uncalled for in this episode. His spat with Hinoarashi was ridiculous in the sense that Hinoarashi wasn't rude or offensive to Pochama at all, yet Pochama felt threatened just because Hinoarashi was the "baby" of Hikari's team. How asinine.
4th December 2016, 9:53 PM
The Piplup/Cyndaquil rivalry was funny, Team Rocket with Afros was hilarious, and the old man was funny also. Best part was Lyra. I'm really glad that she made an appearance with Ash co. and that she's a trainer who collects badges.~
23rd December 2016, 3:00 AM
Piplup did seem kind of extreme in his dislike of Cyndaquil, tho in his defense Cyndaquil kept snubbing him in the start of the episode and since we know how Piplup likes attention, I figure that that hurt his pride a bit hee hee.
Originally Posted by datdimfb
23rd December 2016, 9:05 PM
Huh, I just realized something: Valley Windworks looked radically different here than it did in the Drifloon filler episode. :/
24th December 2016, 2:07 AM
I noticed that as well since the Valley Windworks here was between two mountains while the Valley Windworks from before was surrounded by forest only. The lack of Paige and Karstan's dad makes me think this was a different Valley Windworks.
Originally Posted by Wednesdayz
24th December 2016, 4:01 AM
Good, so I'm not just seeing things then lol. Idk why it was changed, though. It would've been so much more consistent to keep the original Valley Windworks here...
Originally Posted by Mrs. Oreo
26th January 2017, 3:27 AM
A below-average episode for me. This episode only serves two purposes: 1) To better introduce Dawn's new Cyndaquil. 2) Have Lyra and Khorey adjust themselves into the group. This explains why separating the humans from their Pokemon is an essential plotline.
6th February 2017, 2:48 AM
Decent episode, don't have much to say. I liked Piplup's and Cyndaquil's rivarly, it's nice not to have the main casts Pokemon being friendly to each other all of the time. The supposed Pearlshipping stuff...yeah, I didn't really see it either.