And Emerald, who through the teacher know the child in the beginning.
He give Pro. Birch 3 dexs might just pure forgotten......yes.
Gold has two months time ready to the armor (attack on Prof. Oak, Archie is Guile Hideout already.)
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And one flaw in your theory there. Not sure if this applied in the games, but in the manga Ghetsis started gathering followers and setting the background for Plasma three years before the events of BW. I'm not sure what the time span is between HGSS and BW but the time span between FRLG and BW is definitely more than three years (three years between FRLG and HGSS and unknown amount of time between HGSS and BW do the math). Meaning Sird's first appearance as a Rocket elite was before Ghetsis started planning for Plasma (or at least saying them out loud). Making that theory impossible.
Enter the world of imagination:
We know the manga has brought extra admins for Aqua and Magma, and thus they could put extra members in Team Plasma (have they ever brought any member that wasn't in the games yet?), which could be an Eighth Sage: Saque.
Also, it can't. A satisfactory ending can NOT fit in HGSS specially because Saque hasn't even been mentioned yet. You don't pull the final villain of an arc during the climax. If Kusaka finishes Saque in HGSS, no matter how he does, it WON'T satisfy the readers, and Kusaka won't head for an unsafisfactory ending unless he's forced to. There's nothing forcing him to wrap up her now.
While it seems pretty obvious that Saque is somehow involved in HGSS's plot, I can't see her being finished here. I think her true intention here was to catch Arceus, but I don't what purpose this can serve to the plot.
But there's one thing that is definitely, inarguably, undeniably a plothole: The whole "hey, I found out there are more Pokémon in the world than I thought there were". The first arc says there are only 151 Pokémon in the world. The second one shows there is more (with Ookido explicitly saying there were only 150 Pokémon known in the world), the third arc shows the 251, and so on. However, here's the thing: Some flashbacks show that some characters had "recently discovered" Pokémon as children, and it's implied that everyone living in that region knows about that Pokémon. But if there were people who knew about this Pokémon, then how come it was still unknown? Unless the globalization in the Pokémon world is very screwed, this is a plothole.
Who would partcipate in the World Tournament? The best trainers in the world (this includes come of the Zukan/Dex owners). If G-Cis steals their Pokémon, then the other regions become more vulnerable along with Isshu. So we can have G-Cis sending saque to infiltrate in the World Tournament, then Handsome (Looker) comes to investigate a rumor about, dunno, some conspiration in the World Tournament, and one thing leads to another but saque would be finished in BW2.
Man, that theory sounded better in my head, specially because I don't know how exactly I should word it.
but now that I re-read it, the sword belonged to the human who attacked the pokémon, not the pokémon itself so...
Okay and something that I should add is that Sird's affiliations with Galactic was hinted in the Gen 3 chapters. If one looked closely during that time, he would notice that Sird has affiliations with lots of Pokemon from space. And then at the end of the Emerald chapter, it was confirmed. There are no hints as of now that Sird is in cahoots with Team Plasma, in any of the Gen 4 chapters or the released BW chapters. I'm pretty sure that there would be small hints in the later parts of Platinum or HGSS but there aren't. There are no hints in BW either. If Sird is indeed with Plasma then I think we should have seen her by now but we didn't. And just think, what in Plasma would benefit Sird? First they are out to liberate Pokemon and now they are trying to take over the world (like all the other villainous teams). From what we've seen of her, Sird is simply a hunter working for Galactic. Since Sird had connections to all space-related legendary Pokemon so far, I would think that she would be connected to Arceus and the Creation trio in HGSS. Even if it's just a mere mention or a cameo, I am pretty confident that Sird will be tied in with the plot. But no matter what happens, I still don't think that Sird is connected with Plasma. If she is, then Kusaka is taking the "connected with every villainous team known to mankind" thing way too far.
I got a feeling we wont be seeing more of Sird until more volume-exclusive content comes out. (I.E volume 43..or maybe later)
Think about it.. First she appeared at the end of the Emerald chapter which was exclusive content for the volumes, then she appeared in the DP chapter when volume 37 came out showing her in her Galactic costume..and then the small cameo and references to her in the Platinum chapter, which again were content not showed in magazines.
I could see Sird mentioned in passing, but having her appear for a major role so suddenly would involve some serious rushing and asspulling. With Giovanni, Pryce, and Lance joining the fray Vol. 43 is going to be busy enough.
This. I do admit that it was kind of neat that he created a character literally glues all four generations together, but I can't see him putting her with Team Plasma she had an epiphany, was brainwashed, or somehow became amnesic-but-still-evil.If she is, then Kusaka is taking the "connected with every villainous team known to mankind" thing way too far.
It would be neat if Kusaka does B2W2 with all of the Plasma storyline that he has planned, and then do an extra arc for the World Tournament. Dexholders would have a reason to be there, Sird could appear, they could finish her and then there would be a way to bow out gracefully if TPTB or Kusaka decide to end the series.
As I said a million times before, Sird is "the Big Bad" of PokeSpe and I don't expect her to be finished off until the series is near the end.
EDIT: Disregard the crossed-out stuff, I really shouldn't post after being awake for 20 hours straight.
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Also, memorize what I say: SPECIAL won't end as long as Kusaka lives and the Pokémon franchise or the manga makes money. And even if Kusaka dies, they can replace him with another writer.
Wow, I totally don't remember posting last night. Sleep deprivation leads to some weird things. :<
I keep forgetting that Achroma is involved with the World Tournament. I really should play B2W2 before making assumptions.
I guess that's wishful thinking on my part. Some things need to end before they get too stale. I guess the series isn't quite to the stale point, but I can see it happening quite soon. But that's just my opinion.Also, memorize what I say: SPECIAL won't end as long as Kusaka lives and the Pokémon franchise or the manga makes money. And even if Kusaka dies, they can replace him with another writer.
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And that's PokeSpe's only saving grace. I guess what I was trying to say is that Sird would make a good ending point to the series, be it in one generation or in however many generations it takes before Pokemon as a franchise is unmarketable and the manga is unprofitable. For all we know, the franchise and PokeSpe could outlive any of us.
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I think it is very obvious thing, if Sird not appear in HGSS said she would hook has been with Team Plasma (whether espionage or any forms).
I'm actually wondering what Sird did with Entity One because she did say at one point she "Trashed" it but I'm curious on whether she meant threw it away like she did with Darkrai or kill it and bury it in a trubish dump.
Pokemon Leaf Green:
Holy...okay I just realized something. In Volume 38 Round 414 we see Sird about to battle Riley. That's the last time we see her as of now. Riley appears in future rounds so we know he didn't lose (or at least he wasn't killed or severely injured). So...what if...Sird actually LOST the battle (that actually wouldn't be surprising since her injured leg sets her at a disadvantage) and she was either arrested or "eliminated"? We don't see her with the other commanders in Platinum so if she was loyal to Cyrus, then this could be a plausible explanation. I would have realized this a lot sooner but it said on Bulbapedia that Sird escaped, which made me (and apparently a lot of us) assume that Sird is still off somewhere waiting to make another appearance years later, potentially extremely random this time.
I just realize that I'm getting everyone mixed up. I thought Sird died during the FR/LG chapter but it was someone else (don't remember their name)
Wasn't Sird there at the end of the FR/LG chapter when the Dex holders were turned into stone? She never made an appearance during the Emerald chapter, did she? I don't actually remember, I should probably go back and read all the chapters.