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Japanese Episode AG 076: "Yajiron to Kiri no Naka no Iseki!"
Orchid-Hakase Pokemon Lecture: Ohtachi
Japanese Air Date: May 13th, 2004
American Air Date: April 30th, 2005
Important Characters: Kuruyo (Calista)
Important Places: Kiri Kiri Yama (Kiri Kir Mountains)
and his friends are traveling through a mist-filled area when the young
trainer from Masara Town gets separated from his friends. As he
tries to find a way back, he hears a hooded woman singing an eerie
lullaby before she mysteriously vanishes. He then spots a Yajiron
who, in the thick mist, is about to walk right off the side of a
cliff! Satoshi saves it, and afterwards the pokemon's trainer
appears; a young girl named Kuruyo. Kuruyo is busy searching for
a treasure, so Satoshi decides to help her out. The two go back
to the tree where the mysterious woman is and find the entrance to a
set of Yajiron-themed ruins. Satoshi and Kuruyo, now joined by
the mysterious woman from before, use their pokemon to help remove some
rubble that had prevented the older woman from uncovering the ruins'
secrets. After an attack by the Rocket-Dan, the older woman
reveals herself to be a future version of Kuruyo, and that the treasure
she was looking for was "time." After Mirai Kuruyo returns to her
own time, Satoshi and Kuruyo part ways. He is able to rejoin his
friends and continue on their journey through Houen.
Touryan se touryan se
think I was able to get most of the English version down, but I'll hold
off on typing it up until I can confirm it.
the Japanese version, Satoshi just says that because Yajiron is part
ground-type, Pikachu's electric attacks won't damage it.
a second is cut from the TO BE CONTINUED... screen.
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