He wanted Gliscor to scout out what was ahead of them. It flew right into the battle between Scizor and the girl's Chimecho.Does anybody know y Ash sent out Gliscor at the beginning?
A Pokemon's worth isn't measured by how many battles it's won or lost. It's just a small factor. Gliscor was loved more for its personality then its ability to win battles. Buizel's in the same boat. No doubt Buizel has lost more battles then its won but it still has appeal because of its personality. Another Example: Team Rocket's Meowth is the second most popular Pokemon behind Pikachu but he's only won about five battles in over 500 episodes.Second. Stop treating Gliscor like it was Ash's best Pokemon ever caught. It lost almost every battle it was in.
There's no promise that Gible will be any better then Gliscor was. There's no promise he'll get a Garchomp, either.With a soon to be Garchomp, along with Charizard, Sceptile, and all his other powerhouses, Ash could be considered worthy of a Championship title. But with a Gliscor that constanly loses, how can he possibly accomplish that?
Buizel doesn't have Grovyle / Sceptile's personality. Even if he is undoubtedly a jerk Buizel seems more open to the idea of being friends with the other Pokemon on the team then Sceptile was. He was strictly a loner.And Buizel is nothing like Grovyle, Grovyle had the personality by default. Buizel just fakes having Grovyle's personality.
It's true. The entire episode is centered around Gliscor, the training, and the two battles. Team Rocket wasn't even up to their usual antics which I thought was very unusual. They're usually given at least something to do on the side as filler during most episodes.anyways, the basic premise of the episode has been posted before, aside from Gliscor being given away I really don't see anything ripe for discussion.