I think they're a real possibility, they can't be permanently banned.
I think they're a real possibility, they can't be permanently banned.
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There's nothing that leads to this conclusion in my opinion. A couple of scenes that look similar to those that appeared in the previews for the banned episodes isn't conclusive enough. As Dogasu has pointed out before, it's more likely that the studio wants fans to forget about those episodes and want to act as if they never existed in the first place, and I agree with him. They've probably thought about the future this whole time while the fanbase (well, those at Serebii) have been stuck in the past. :x
ugh this intro was so amazing that now I'm upset because the full version probably won't come around until the genesect movie.
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Truth is though, i'll never forgive the writers if the gaping plot hole is left there. If they don't air the episodes the least I want is the narrative of both episodes so I know what was supposed to happen. I'm hoping they eventually give some answers just like the GS Ball's narrative was explained in 2008.
Your logic does not add up. It all hinges on the studio insulting the viewers' intelligence. Viewers are NEVER going to forget.
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Kids aren't stupid. Even with all the things that have happened since the postponement, it's doubtful they forgot about episodes that were so hyped up.
Y'know what the huge problem with all that you said is? It wasn't re-using animation from the episodes. Again, Dephender already said:I think they're just trying to get their money's worth in animation. There's at least 50 minutes worth of deleted scenes from the banned episodes, so why wouldn't they want to use a couple of them as fillers in the new Opening? That's essentially what the Opening was; just a bunch of scenes from previous episodes, yet it's funny that only the TR vs. TP scenes are talked about while the others have been completely overlooked.
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I think they will air with a different setting and possibly a different outcome!
whatever happens in the Team Plasma debut episode where Team Rocket somehow "Defeats" Team Plasma but Team Plasma was hiding in the rubble and finally when they see that Team Rocket returns to Unova to complete the Metonite mission that will lead them to world domination, and then Team Plasma attacks out of nowhere with almost every Team Rocket member (With the possible exception of Butch and Cassidy and Dr Namba) in the building as Team Rocket grunts get wounded and then the Genesect army appears to destroy the Metonite by Techno Blasting it by the four normal colored Genesects to blow it up with Giovonni and all the Rocket grunts being vaporized in it's wake. Ash and Co were horrified that Team Plasma killed Team Rocket with only the TRio surviving the death and disbandment of Team Rocket. Now the TRio will team up with Looker and this will mark their future.
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Alolan Krabby & Kingler
(Krabby) Strong currents carried it from Kanto to the Alolan shore and a territorial fight with Crabrawler was born. Unable to beat them due to Krabby’s small size, they retreated into the sand and became nocturnal creatures. Eventually, they developed Ghost-type abilities which made them immune to Fighting-type moves.
(Kingler) Due to their newfound Ghost-typing, Krabby lose their arms in the process of evolution. New spiritual power allows them to make their claws hover around them using some kind of ghostly tether. It is typically found in beaches with very little to no humans. It has a good relationship with Palossand to help each other protect their shared territory.
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I truly don't believe that the opening is indicating anything about the episodes. It's just a reference.
If anything, though, pay attention to the fact that the Genesect Army appears in that same city in the very next scene, then consider that the city in Movie 16 and its Pokemon Hills area are based on New York City and Central Park, just like Castelia City and the Central Plaza are (or probably are, in the latter's case.) I think that if it's indicative of anything, that entire sequence is calling Team Plasma appearing in the movie.
I think that's what going to happen. We're gonna see the edited episodes, or it won't even be edited that much, only to change the location and some of the Pokemon.
In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
I think I have the explanation for why it took so long for them to air, too: We know that episodes go into production long before they air - 8 months+. Hence, Rocket VS Plasma was being worked on before Best Wishes even premiered, which is also before Black and White were released.
Back in DP, it took almost 100 episodes for the Galaxy plot to properly start. The reason for this is pretty obvious - the writers knew there was going to be a 3rd version in gen 4 which would feature an altered villain plot, and they didn't want to do too much with the original form of the villain plot until they knew what would happen in this 3rd version. As such, we just got a few episodes to remind us the evil team existed, as the writers stalled until they knew what would happen in Platinum and could write the Galaxy plot proper around that.
They would then repeat this in Best Wishes. We know from interviews that B2W2 wasn't conceptualized until AFTER Black and White had gone on sale, meaning that everything up to at least BW30 was written with no idea of what any further games would do with Plasma. The writers would give them a short intro two-parter in BW23-24 that didn't really concern itself with their game story, and then wait until they knew what the "3rd version" would do with Plasma until they wrote their proper story.
But then BW23-24 got skipped over due to the earthquake. We were told the episodes would be aired at a later date, but not much came from that... so I think the most logical answer is that there were plans to rework (or just outright air) them before too long, but the anime writing staff was given information on B2W2 before this happened, and they decided that since B2W2 featured an entirely different Plasma, it would be more practical to just keep these episodes on hold until B2W2 came out, reanimate the grunts, and use it as part of the storyline adapting the B2W2 Plasma plot, rather than airing them right away mostly as-is, and then having to work around the entire issue with two separate Plasma teams from two separate games.
Dephender, what do you make of the plothole between BW022 and 25 if the episodes are retconned into the current storyline?
So yeah. Sucks, but what can you do? At least the episodes are going to air.
Actually, I heard about the source too but never saw anything about it, link/source please?