The Pokémon Horizon The series is on its way to a brave new world in Paldea, an area Ash Ketchum has never set foot in. However, a mysterious crew member on the spaceship wants Riko and Roy to prove themselves before their approval, and the mysterious character has some connection to their favorite streamer, Nidothing.
When will Pokémon Horizons Episodes be released?
Episodes of Pokémon Horizons are currently airing only on Japanese TV, on Tokyo TV, at 6:55 p.m. Japan Time, which equates to 5 a.m. on the east coast of the United States and 2 a.m. on the coast. West. These broadcasts do not have any form of subtitles, so viewers will need to have a certain level of Japanese fluency to watch. While the localization of Pokémon Horizons has been announced, it’s currently only known to have a “2023” release date, meaning it could be released in English any time of year – but it’s possible It wasn’t long before Ash Ketchum’s final Pokémon episode was released.
What happened in episode 7 of Pokémon Horizons?
Episode 7 of Pokémon Horizons is set on a spaceship and mainly focuses on Riko and Roy doing some real Pokémon training for the first time. Riko and Roy fought each other, spamming attacks and exhausting their Pokémon. They asked Friede for help, so he arranged for them to have a training session with Captain Pikachu, who proceeded to mop the floor along with two newcomers. However, it’s all for a reason – Riko and Roy need to understand that it’s important to watch their opponent’s moves in battle and that their orders should be to react to their opponent, rather than attack. blindly. Their efforts during this training have earned them the respect of the mysterious crew member, asking for their help in finding the shocking crystallized shiny Rayquaza that escaped from the ancient Poké Ball. Roy’s greatness in episode 6.
Pokémon Horizons introduces the final protagonist in episode 8
This mysterious crew member appears to be the secret identity of Nidothing, or “Gurumin” in Japanese. They are shown editing a video about Nidothing and wearing costumes at both the beginning and end of the episode. Friede mentioned this castmate to Riko and Roy, and called her Dot, saying she was Murdock’s daughter, the same age, and that she could be a little grumpy at times. The preview for episode 8 better shows her purple hair with pink highlights, but the reveal of Dot’s face will have to wait for the episode itself. Nidothing/Dot seems to be Quaxly’s spaceship partner, which could mean she’ll take on the same role as the main character alongside Riko and Roy, who team up with other members of the starter trio. first, Sprigatito and Fuecoco. How important the role of Dot is will hopefully be unraveled in this episode. Episode 9 is supposed to see the crew’s arrival in Paldea, so this episode will also likely be set exclusively on the airship.
episode 8 of Pokémon Horizon will be the last before the show kicks off a new installment in the Paldea region, and it looks like the final pieces are being sorted to give that installment the biggest boost it can get.