Spearow (Japanese: オニスズメ Onisuzume) is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon.
It evolves into Fearow starting at level 20.
Spearow is a brown avian Pokémon that is very small. It has rough plumage on its head, with a beak shape similar to that of raptors, being short but hooked. Spearow’s underside is beige in coloration, with a patterning of two thin stripes. Spearow’s light-pink feet have three talons, and its wings are a pinkish-red with lighter edges. Spearow’s back is black in coloration, and it has three brown-colored tail feathers.
Although inept at other aspects of its flying, such as height and distance, Spearow is still capable of flying quickly to protect its territory. Spearow is described as being frail, but still allegedly capable of being a tough Pokémon due to its ability to use Mirror Move.
Spearow are easily angered and very protective of their territory, and may chase after foes in large flocks. Spearow is required to flap its wings at incredibly high speeds to stay airborne, and thus is inept at flying high or for long distances. However, it is still capable of flying very quickly to protect its territory, and while doing such, it makes a high-pitched cry. Spearow’s cry is very loud and can be heard half a mile (one kilometer) away, and if the cry is heard echoing all around, it is a sign that they are warning each other of danger. Spearow is also depicted to see in black and white.
Spearow are hardy and are usually found in rough terrain, such as desolate wastelands and fields. It is found in Kanto, Johto and Sinnoh.
Spearow usually eat weak bug-like Pokémon such as Caterpie and Weedle. They have also been known to eat Dunsparce and Pidgey eggs.
Ash was attacked by a large flock of Spearow in Pokémon – I Choose You! after he hit one Spearow on the head with a rock to weaken it, thinking it was a Pidgey, (because Pikachu refused to obey and battle). The flock of Spearow returned, with the leader, the very same Spearow that Ash had hit in the first episode, as a Fearow in Pallet Party Panic!. The flock reappeared in flashbacks in Pokémon Emergency!, Challenge of the Samurai, Pikachu’s Goodbye, Historical Mystery Tour! and Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.
Ash’s Charmander was attacked by a flock of Spearow in Charmander – The Stray Pokémon.
A Spearow appeared in Mewtwo Strikes Back.
A Spearow made an appearance in The Breeding Center Secret.
A Spearow was among the Pokémon seen at Professor Oak’s Laboratory in Showdown at the Po-ké Corral.
A flock of Spearow appeared in Pallet Party Panic where they attacked flock of http://www.monstermmorpg.com/Games-For-Girls Pidgey and Pidgeotto.
A Trainer that attacked a Lapras had a Spearow in The Lost Lapras. In the same episode, one appeared in a flashback.
A Spearow under the ownership of an unnamed Trainer was treated by Nurse Joy in The Joy of Pokémon.
A flock of Spearow appeared in Fighting Flyer with Fire where they attacked Team Rocket.
A Spearow was one of the Pokémon stolen by Butch and Cassidy in The Fortune Hunters.
Multiple Spearow also appeared in The Power of One, Celebi: Voice of the Forest and Pokémon Heroes.
Five Spearow appeared in A Better Pill to Swallow as part of Brock’s fantasy.
Skyler mentions in The Big Balloon Blow-Up of training multiple Spearow in the past, helping them grow and evolve, but they were never seen during the entire episode.
A small flock of Spearow attacked Orville in Fly Me to the Moon.
Several Spearow were among the inhabitants of the Dragon Holy Land in Great Bowls of Bottin Fire!.
A Spearow appeared under the possession of a Coordinator in Hi Ho Silver Wind!
It also appeared in Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! Part One.
Another flock of Spearow appeared in Historical Mystery Tour!, similar to the first episode.
A Spearow made a brief appearance under the ownership of a Trainer in the Lily of the Valley Conference in An Old Family Blend!.
Like in the first episode of the anime, Ash defended his Pikachu from a violent herd of wild Spearow in Pikachu, I See You!. In the manga, he also captures their leader, Fearow.
Professor Oak had a Spearow in Pokémon Adventures. It was powerful enough to take down even a powerful Blastoise with its Mirror Move, and later evolved into a Fearow prior to the FireRed & LeafGreen chapter.
Tomio has a Spearow in the Pokémon Get da ze! manga.
One Spearow figure has been released.
It has been suggested that Spearow resembles a falcon of some sort rather than a sparrow. Its stocky appearance is more sparrow-like, however.
Onisuzume is a combination of 鬼 oni (demon) and 雀 suzume (sparrow).
Hollywood (Japanese: ハリウッド Hollywood) is an anime-exclusive location in Western Kanto (in the dub it is stated to be in California) that appeared in Go West Young Meowth. It is based on the real-world city Hollywood. However, no famous landmarks from the real-world Hollywood are seen.
Cleavon Schpielbunk invites Ash, Brock, Misty, and Delia to come to the premiere of his movie Pokémon in Love due to helping him produce it.
It made a cameo appearance in a flashback in A Hole Lotta Trouble, when Max asked Meowth how he can talk. When Meowth starts to tell his history, a flashback of him with Meowzie on the windowsill is shown.
In the past it was a vibrant, bustling city, and Ash and his friends imagine it as such; however, in the present day, it is virtually deserted with almost all buildings boarded up and closed, apart from Schpielbunk’s theater. Occasionally trucks pass through the city.
When he was young, Meowth came here from the east thinking it was a paradise, only to find that he was nothing but a stray. Meowth joined a gang of stray Meowth, led by a Persian, and they stole food together. Meowth fell in love with Meowzie, the pet of a local rich woman, and learned to walk on two legs and talk to impress her; however, she saw him as a freak and rejected him.
The only building seen in Hollywood that is not in ruins in the present day, other than the skyscrapers in the distance, this is the theater where Cleavon Schpielbunk’s Pokémon In Love premieres. It was not seen in Meowth’s flashbacks.
A restaurant that was popular when Meowth was young. They advertised that they had the best hamburgers and hotdogs in Hollywood. They also sold ice cream, fried chicken, coffee, and milk. In the present day it has closed down.
Tinyany was a fancy store decorated with pink when Meowth was young. Meowth first saw Meowzie sitting on the windowsill of the outside of the store. Meowzie’s owner got diamond studs for her Poké Ball here. In the present day it has closed down.
In Hollywood there is a large mansion. When Meowth was young, ballet and speech classes were held there, and he learned to walk on two legs and talk by observing these classes from the attic. In the present day it is home to a bickering couple.
A gang of stray Meowth live here, led by a Persian. They take in any Meowth in need, and work together to steal food. When Meowth of Team Rocket was young, he was a member of the gang; however, when he found out that Meowzie thought he was a freak, he left Hollywood, and thus, the gang. When Meowzie’s owner abandoned her on the street, the Meowth gang welcomed her.
In the present day, Meowth of Team Rocket encountered them again, but refused to join again due to being part of Team Rocket, and proclaimed that he would take Meowzie with him. Angered by this, the Persian dueled Meowth, but lost. However, Meowzie went and licked the Persian’s wounds and called Meowth a freak, choosing to stay with the gang.
The gang has a total fake pokemon Raloud of five Meowth, discounting Meowth of Team Rocket and Meowzie, and one Persian.
Rayquaza (Japanese: レックウザ Rayquaza) is a dual-type Dragon/Flying legendary Pokémon.
It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
Rayquaza is the version mascot of Pokémon Emerald, appearing on the boxart of Slow Worm Nest F2 the game. It serves to end the conflict between Kyogre and Groudon when Team Magma’s leader Maxie and Team Aqua’s leader Archie awakened them.
Along with Kyogre and Groudon, Rayquaza is a part of the Weather trio, serving as its trio master.
Rayquaza is a large, mostly green, serpent-like creature with red-tipped, rudder-like wings on its shoulders and down its body, and similarly-patterned fins on the tip of its tail. Yellow ring-like symbols run across the length of Rayquaza’s body and it has an additional yellow ring on top of its head. Rayquaza has two limbs with three-clawed carpals, and two long, flat, horn-like structures on its head, with two smaller horns below them. Rayquaza has a prominent gumline, with only two discernible fangs on the tip of its upper snout; the other teeth seem to be covered completely by gum tissue. It has small, yellow eyes with black pupils, which resemble those of both Kyogre and Groudon.
It is notable for its ability to soothe the other members of the Weather trio if they ever fight. Rayquaza is capable of shooting various elemental attacks from its mouth, which are incredibly destructive in power. Because of its slim and coiling structure, Rayquaza can also fly at blinding speeds and maneuver with ease despite its large size. It is also noted for its ability to fly so high into the atmosphere that it can become completely invisible from the ground. Also, since Rayquaza is a Dragon-type Pokémon, it can learn Draco Meteor. It can also learn Hyper Beam naturally, and learn Giga Impact via the TM.
Rayquaza constantly flies around the globe in the ozone layer, stopping and descending only on certain locations to rest. It is extremely territorial and will attack any intruders of its home, going to great lengths to destroy them. Due to the fact that it can calm the other members of its trio, it can be seen to be considered a leader.
Rayquaza usually lives high in the ozone layer, but may come to rest on the Sky Pillar, Sky Tower Summit, Sky Stairway, or in the Embedded Tower. Its favorite air component is ozone, and it is known to discharge the component when it hibernates.
Rayquaza consumes water particles in the atmosphere.
Rayquaza first appears in Destiny Deoxys. It fights against Deoxys, believing it to be invading the Sky High Pokémon’s territory when Deoxys was in fact looking for its friend, another Deoxys.
Rayquaza made its anime episode debut in outer space in Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!, where it used Hyper Beam on the rocket ship Ash and his friends and Team Rocket were on, presumably protecting its territory.
A Rayquaza had a cameo appearance at the beginning introduction of Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, where it ended up captured by Team Rocket operatives.
A Rayquaza had a cameo appearance at the beginning of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, The Rise of Darkrai fake pokemon game map Reptile Valley and Zoroark: Master of Illusions.
In Malice In Wonderland!, a Rayquaza appeared under ownership of Cynthia, but as an illusion created by Mismagius. When Mismagius fuses with Rayquaza, it becomes the same color http://www.monstermmorpg.com/Sealice-Monster-Dex-709 as the Mismagius, making it look like a Shiny Rayquaza.
To stop the battle between Kyogre and Groudon, Wally and Norman trained at the Sky Tower and woke up Rayquaza. Five years earlier, Ruby’s victory over a Salamence was the reason Norman was banned from the Gym Leader test as the wounded Salamence rampaged in a lab, accidentally letting Rayquaza, who was in captivity at that time, free. Having been ordered to recapture Rayquaza in the five years he was prohibited from attaining a Gym Leader position, Norman attended the Mossdeep Space Center and scrutinized its tracks, finally discovering that it slumbered atop the Sky Pillar when it wasn’t scouring beyond Earth’s atmosphere. With Wally’s help, he was able to awaken and take command of Rayquaza, using it to calm Groudon and Kyogre in conjunction with Ruby’s Red and Blue Orbs. When Norman fell under the strain of controlling Rayquaza without a proper medium, it escaped once again, and has not been seen since.
Rayquaza appears in The Subspace Emissary mode as a boss. After Diddy Kong lands on the lake portion of the Smash World, Rayquaza lunges out of the water and snatches him, furious at being disrupted. Just as it is about to eat him Fox ejects out of his ship, which had already crashed and been destroyed by Rayquaza, and rescues Diddy Kong. Enraged, Rayquaza attacks Fox with Dragon Pulse, but Fox reflects its attack back at it, sending it reeling back into the water. Rayquaza soon launches back out and engages in battle against Fox and Diddy Kong.
Later, it is fought in the Great Maze level again and can be fought in the Boss Battles mode after the storyline is beaten. Its attacks in battle include ExtremeSpeed, Thunder, Dig, Iron Tail, and Fly.
A Sky High Pokémon. It normally resides high up in the ozone layer where it flies endlessly, so it is rarely seen. However, when Groudon and Kyogre began to fight, it appeared to calm them down. It has the ability Air Lock, which blocks all weather-condition effects. It has exceedingly strong abilities, and its attack power is especially remarkable.
Rayquaza is most likely based on the Hebrew legends of Ziz, the unconquerable primal master of the sky. Its counterparts were Behemoth and Leviathan. Rayquaza’s appearance also draws inspiration from other creatures of myth such as the Asian dragon and lindworm. Alternatively, Rayquaza matches the description of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, who was depicted as a flying serpent, and created the boundary between the earth (including the oceans) and the sky.
Rayquaza most likely refers to Raqiya, the Hebrew word for “firmament”. It also may be a combination of ray and quasar. Alternatively, it may be a combination of 烈 retsu (violent or furious), 空 kū (sky), and 座 za (seat or location), which can be taken to mean “one that sits in the ferocious heavens”.
In The Shadow of Zekrom! (Japanese: イッシュ地方へ！ゼクロムの影！！ To the Isshu Region! Zekrom’s Shadow!!) is the first episode of the Best Wishes series, and the 658th episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan, as part of a one-hour special along with Enter Iris and Axew!, on September 23, 2010, and in the United States on February 12, 2011, alongside Enter Iris and Axew! as a one-hour special.
The episode begins as Zekrom and Reshiram make their appearance. Their black and white colors swirl and fade into the shape of the Earth, and the narrator begins to explain about the world of Pokémon.
Ash is a ten-year old Pokémon Trainer who aims to become a Pokémon Master. He lives in Pallet Town, which resides in the Kanto region, alongside Pikachu, his partner. He runs into his bedroom, grabs his backpack, and hurriedly runs out. As he returns to retrieve his hat, he expresses his excitement to Pikachu about his upcoming journey. Ash’s mother then walks into the room, informing him that Professor Oak has arrived to pick them up, whilst proceeding to adjust his hat with a smile.
Professor Oak is waiting outside in a beige open-roofed vehicle, sporting a colorful collared shirt with Pinap Berry printings. Ash jokingly questions Professor Oak on his style of clothing, but he simply expresses his wish to “have a feel of being on vacation”. Ash’s mom then inquires about Professor Oak having to work in Unova, but he tells her that he has quite a bit of free time when he is not attending seminars. Ash and his mom then join him in the car.
Meanwhile, within one of Team Rocket’s bases, Giovanni questions Jessie, James, and Meowth about Team Rocket’s goals: to obtain strong and rare Pokémon, and to form a formidable army of Pokémon to take over the world. He then tells the trio that the Unova region will be strong foothold for their world domination plans, and has given them the important mission of infiltrating the region. He also adds that for now, the trio will be entering the region alone. The trio accepts the mission.
After the reception is cut, Giovanni leans back in his chair and tends to his Persian. His secretary appears by his side and informs him about the operations of a mysterious organization in Unova, but Giovanni does not flinch. He is, after all, confident that Jessie, James and Meowth will force this organization in question to reveal their identities and operations, allowing them to strike at the opportune moment. He just leans back and takes a drink, smiling.
Ash, together with his mother and Professor Oak are now on board a plane heading to Unova. Unbeknownst to them, Jessie, James and Meowth are on board the same plane as well. Dressed in dark coats and speaking in hushed voices, they spot Ash and his Pikachu and decide, on the spot, to capture Pikachu as their first objective once they land.
Meanwhile, Ash is reading a brochure on the Unova region. Professor Oak tells him that the Pokémon native to Unova cannot be found in any of the other regions, namely Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh, and Ash becomes extremely excited.
Emerging from the clouds, the plane finally arrives at the Unova region. It makes a gradual turn, slowly descends into the sea and docks near a pier. Ash expresses relief after landing and together with his mother and Professor Oak, they make their way out of the pier. Pikachu suddenly detects something, stops, and turns to face the sea. After a while, he runs forward and scans his surroundings, his attention now focused on the dark spiraling cloud looming overhead. Ash, witnessing Pikachu’s odd behavior, turns back to question him. However, an Alomomola near the edge of the pier jumps out and draws his attention, and Ash, together with Pikachu, rushes towards the edge. The Team Rocket trio then appears behind them, grinning with evil intentions.
Ash reaches the end of the pier and searches for the Alomomola, but it seemed to have disappeared. He then notices the same ominous black cloud that Pikachu had previously spotted, surging with erratic bolts of electricity and moving even closer towards the pier.
Suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere, a metallic frame reaches out behind Pikachu, expands, and cages him within its sturdy confines. Pikachu is now trapped! As fast as he could, Ash grabs the cage and tries to pry it open. He then caught sight of Pikachu’s captors: three figures dressed in black coats topped with dark hats and sunglasses. Upon asking who the three of them were, they replied with two lines that would signal the start of their motto, and revealed themselves: Team Rocket!
Ash tells Pikachu to use Thunderbolt, but it fails to shock the trio as they open a shield to deflect the electric attack. At the same time, the swirling black cloud draws even closer, threatening to engulf the sky in darkness. As increasing amount of blue lightning bolts shot downwards, people nearby begin to notice. A central glowing core shone through the clouds, its blue light gleaming in magnificent contrast to the stark blackness around it. Suddenly, a large bolt of lightning descends, shattering Team Rocket’s Pikachu-capturing contraption and sending them flying. Ash and Pikachu were sent spiraling towards to the ground.
Meanwhile, electronic equipment Pokemon Youtube and visual displays around the area start to malfunction.
Ash lies sprawled on the ground, his eyes trying to recover from the shock that had just happened. Amidst the shining flecks of blue and white light surrounding him, he gets up and spots Pikachu being zapped by a bolt of blue lightning. Curious, he looks up at the blue core, and notices it shining even brighter than before, radiating both light and electricity. While Team Rocket backs off slowly, Pikachu aims a bolt of lightning at the central blue core. However, the electricity appeared to have been absorbed by the clouds and dissipated away entirely, seemingly doing nothing of significant importance.
The silhouette of a large, mysterious figure is seen within the clouds, its eyes glowing red with apparent fury. Seemingly enraged by Pikachu’s attack, it summons forth more lightning, causing the core to glow an exceedingly intense blue.
Amidst the broad daylight, a girl and her Axew pop out from a tree and notice the dark swirling clouds at a distance. Curious, she leaps from the tree and grabs a vine, swinging her way towards the disturbance. At the same time, Ash’s mom became concerned about her son, and heads off with Professor Oak to see if he is all right.
The dark clouds are now intense with lightning as raw steaks of electricity pour out from the sides into the surrounding area. With Ash and Pikachu trapped in the middle of the violent storm, the mysterious figure henceforth musters it strength and summons a gigantic bolt of blue lightning with its tail, shocking the Pokémon Trainer and his companion before disappearing. Immediately, the dark clouds cleared to make way for the bright blue sky above, and electronic equipment in the area mysteriously regain power.
Ash wakes up to find Pikachu exhausted from the ordeal. Joined by his mother and Professor Oak, he assures them that he is all right, but suddenly notices Pikachu’s cheeks randomly and spontaneously emitting sparks. Pikachu, however, assures Ash that he’s fine and climbs onto his shoulder. Ash’s mom then starts talking about the thunderstorm. Even though Ash told them that he saw a Pokémon’s shadow from within the clouds, they were not able to confirm nor argue otherwise; from their point of view, they only saw a large black thundercloud.
Professor Juniper soon arrives, apologizing for being late. Professor Oak introduces her as a young, but very important Pokémon Researcher in Unova. Professor Juniper then drives the group back to her laboratory in a red SUV. On the way, Ash expresses his sheer excitement as he spots a herd of Deerling, a flock of Pidove and a scurry of Patrat within the area. All of a sudden, Pikachu’s cheeks start emitting sparks, and Professor Juniper suggests giving Pikachu a check-up at her lab. Ash agrees. At that moment, Professor Juniper became curious about Pokémon in the Kanto region, and requests Professor Oak to tell her more later. Ash interrupts her conversation and asks if Pikachu are rare in Unova, and she replies by saying that they have never been encountered in the wild. The SUV makes a gradual turn to the right near a lake, and Ash watches a flock of Swanna fly across the water.
Eventually, the group arrives at Nuvema Town. Driving past a group of children playing in the streets with their Minccino, Professor Juniper heads straight for her lab. Over there, Pikachu’s condition is being monitored on a screen and a few tests have already been performed. After being told that the numerical data do not show any discrepancies, Ash and Pikachu express their delight. However, as more tests will have to be conducted to gather more data, Pikachu became slightly disappointed at the thought of having to go through more of them. In a short moment, a lab assistant enters the room, announcing the arrival of a new Trainer that was scheduled to meet Professor Juniper on this day. Professor Oak then explains that Professor Juniper has the duty of giving new Trainers in Unova their starter Pokémon, just as he does for the new Trainers in Kanto. This makes Ash excited.
In the waiting area, a young boy is taking pictures with his camera. Addressing him as Trip as she approaches, Professor Juniper breaks into a conversation with him about the Pokémon World. Ash interrupts the conversation, talking about how excited he was the night before he became a Pokémon Trainer. Professor Juniper then introduces him to Trip. Upon learning that Ash came from Pallet Town, he smirks and passes it off as some mediocre town from the countryside, which Ash took to offense.
As Professor Juniper tries to calm the two Trainers and prevent them from fighting, she sends out the three starter Pokémon, first starting with the Fire-type Tepig. Ash told it that it was ‘cool,’ but the Fire Pig Pokémon ignored him and ran to the side of the waiting area, blowing a small puff of fire from its snout. Next, the Water-type Oshawott was sent out, and Ash calls it, to the Sea Otter Pokémon’s amusement, ‘cute’, causing the Sea Otter Pokémon to blush. Lastly, the Grass-type Snivy was sent out. The three Pokémon then assembled in front of Trip, allowing him to decide which one he wanted to take along with him. After a moment of deliberation, Trip takes out his camera, snaps a quick picture of the three, and then announces that he would choose Snivy. The Grass Snake Pokémon smirks, leaving Tepig slightly annoyed and Oshawott extremely shocked.
Trip was also given a Pokédex, to which he used to check the data of his new partner. He was also given five Poké Balls, along with Snivy’s Poké Ball. After recalling Snivy into its Poké Ball, he thanks Professor Juniper and takes his leave.
While Trip walks away from the lab, Ash catches up to him and questions him about Gym matches. Similar to Kanto, a Pokémon Trainer in Unova has to collect eight Gym Badges before he or she can compete in the Unova League. At that moment, Pikachu runs out from the lab (after the tests are complete) and rejoins Ash. Completely shocked by Pikachu’s appearance, Trip checks his Pokédex and starts snapping pictures. Trip then realizes that Pikachu is Ash’s partner and decides to test the Electric Mouse’s strength by challenging Ash to a Pokémon battle.
In a clearing near the lab, Trip sends out Snivy, and Ash calls on Pikachu. Trip then starts taking pictures, so as to document his journey and his first ever Pokémon battle. Meanwhile, Oshawott curiously peeks at the two Trainers from behind a nearby tree.
Pikachu begins the battle with a Quick Attack, which hits Snivy squarely on its body. Snivy quickly recovers on its feet, its eyes brimming with determination. Quickly, Trip commands it to use Tackle, but Pikachu dodges it skilfully. With another leap, he then dodges another Tackle attack from the opposite direction.
Ash then tells Pikachu to use Thunderbolt. However, Pikachu, unable to do so, was hit by Snivy’s Tackle and was sent rolling across the ground. For a second time, Pikachu was told to use Thunderbolt, but the move fails once again. Trip then taunts Ash. Taking the bait, he asks Pikachu to use Volt Tackle, but Pikachu grows weary; he loses momentum and stops in the middle of the field, panting. Ash panics for a moment, allowing Trip to taunt him even further. He then realizes that Pikachu is unable to use Electric-based attacks, and instead commands him to use Iron Tail, which was successful. Pikachu’s tail hardens into a gleaming slate of metal and slams it earthward, but Snivy nevertheless dodges it once again.
With a bout of confidence, Trip tells Snivy to use Leaf Tornado, and a cyclone of grass and leaves comes forth from Snivy’s tail, pulling and trapping Pikachu in the center of the vortex. Ash and Oshawott both gasp simultaneously. Pivoting its body, Snivy slams its tail to the ground, whipping up a smokescreen of dust that spread across the field, preventing the outcome of the attack from being seen. Oshawott watches attentively.
As the dust settles, a long, wide hole is seen on the ground, and Pikachu lies sprawled at the end and on his belly, unconscious. Ash quickly runs to Pikachu’s side and picks him up, while Trip compliments his Snivy and recalls it into its Poké Ball. He then proceeds to taunt Ash again, but the defeated Trainer merely runs off towards Professor Juniper’s lab, the injured Pikachu held tightly in his arms.
Professor Juniper, after another analysis, tells Ash that Pikachu is ‘overloaded’ after receiving a massive amount of electrical energy during their ordeal under the mysterious black cloud. As a result, Pikachu was unable to use Electric attacks. Ash then expresses his concern over Pikachu being unable to use Electric attacks ever again.
At that moment, the lab’s electronics started receiving a lot of interference, and the black cloud that was spotted previously at the pier was now moving over Professor Juniper’s lab. The equipment Pikachu is hooked up to begins discharging, shocking the Electric Mouse Pokémon.
Meanwhile, the girl and her Axew which had appeared before now stands quietly within the leafy branches of a tree, observing the black cloud forming above Nuvema Town.
A bolt of lightning suddenly strikes the lightning rod at the top of the lab, and the building blacks out. Excessive current from the lightning bolt channels to Pikachu through the electronic device, causing the streaks of electricity to discharge from his body. Professor Juniper asks the assistant in the room to restore the power, and he runs out of the room, forcing the automatic door open in his wake (Oshawott peeps through the door). Meanwhile, gazing at the black cloud through the window, Professor Juniper talks about the legendary Pokémon Zekrom, a guardian that is said to protect both people and Pokémon in the area. The huge cloud represents its watchful eye as a divine being, and the lightning bolts, which also acts as supports for the sky, represent the hammer of judgment.
Within the cloud, the wings of the mysterious figure began glowing a bright blue, and numerous large bolts of electricity began to snake out into the lab through Pikachu, causing the Electric Pokémon much pain and suffering. Meanwhile, the large storm cloud had already washed the city in darkness, and Zekrom’s eyes, gleaming through the surrounding darkness in bright red, stood out against its curled-up silhouette like a jewel in the night sky.
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