It has been just a few days since the airing of Pokemon Horizons episode one and two, and fans all over the world have already expressed their admiration for the new series. Many viewers agree that it’s a breath of fresh air for the franchise, and they couldn’t be more excited about what’s to come.
Pokemon Horizons First and Second Episodes
The first two episodes of Pokemon Horizons have already shown us how unique and mature the writing for the series is. The storyline feels deeper, the characters have more personalities and bonds, and the significant emphasis on dialogue-heavy scenes really expresses the emotions and relationships between the characters.
In episode one and two, we meet protagonist, Liko, and her friend and Pokemon partner, Sprigatito, who sets out on an adventure in search of the mysterious gemstone, the Pendant. The episodes show Liko and Sprigatito being chased relentlessly by Emethio, an explorer on a search for the Pendant.
Pokemon Horizons is Fresh and Promises a Dynamic Series
What sets Pokemon Horizons apart from the rest of the franchise is the fact that the first two episodes are linked and tie into each other. It’s not just your average episodic show where the plot resets every week. The series promises a structured plan for the story, characters, and arcs that are sure to keep audiences intrigued and entertained.
One highlight of the show that fans have already expressed their love for is Professor Freed’s Pokemon Seminar. This segment is similar to Poke TV and Poke Problem in other Pokemon series. However, Pokemon Horizons’ Professor Freed’s Pokemon seminar is unique in the way that it educates viewers about the Pokemon universe and does this in the most charming way possible.
Professor Freed and Captain Pikachu
The panel of Professor Freed and Captain Pikachu asks viewers questions about the show, and the answers revealed during the segment often lead fans into a short bonus scene focusing on the main cast or their Pokemon partners.
Moving forward, fans can expect an unrelenting storyline that will keep them on the edge of their seats. The preview trailer for episode three only adds to the already high anticipation.
Liko and Freed Saving Sprigatito in Episode 3
In episode three, we see Liko and her friend, Freed, chasing down Emethio, who kidnapped Sprigatito; we also see that Liko is separated from Sprigatito, indicating that the pair’s bond needs to bond to perform their best. This new development is what fans were hoping for in previous Pokemon series, namely Pokemon Journeys, which suffered because of its focus on episodic episodes.
Pokemon Horizons appears to be heading in the right direction by having consistent story arcs and continuity that culminates to a satisfying climax. Liko and Sprigatito’s bond will play a crucial role in the show and will be tested along the way, adding to the characterization and depth of the series.
Overall, the first two episodes of Pokemon Horizons have promised a fantastic journey for the viewers, and we can’t wait to see what’s coming next. The show manages to add something new and fresh to the Pokemon universe, which will undoubtedly keep audiences entertained and invested in the show.