New Pokémon series without Ash and Pikachu, but with a new protagonist and Felori
The Pokémon anime ends Ash and Pikachu’s journey after 25 years. Now that Ash has finally become a champion, he has eleven final episodes before a new adventure with a new protagonist begins.
This is how the Pokemon series continues
On January 13th, the final part of the anime will be aired, making way for the protagonists Riko and Roy, who will be shown in the trailer with the three starts from the Paldea region – Felori, Krokel and Quaks. You know, the three that you can also train in the new Pokémon games Crimson and Crimson.
An all-new Pokémon series has been announced!
Join 2 new characters and 3 Paldea starter Pokémon as they adventure through the Pokémon world! Plus, commemorate Ash’s journey with special episodes including Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series.
Coming soon in 2023 and beyond! pic.twitter.com/2lrM6W1dgW
— Pokemon (@Pokemon) December 16, 2022
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When exactly the new heroes go on the journey is not yet certain. For this we see in the video a few clues as to what will happen in the last eleven episodes.
From the looks of it, Ash is going to meet some old acquaintances. Including his loyal friends Misty and Rock and even Team Rocket. These are just guesses based on the material shown.
It makes you a little nostalgic. The anime about Pokémon accompanied me in my childhood. The series first aired in the United States in 1998 and features Ash and Pikachu in nearly 1,300 episodes.
A long way to the champion title, but that’s life sometimes. The Pokémon Company also says that they wanted to show that it’s okay to lose or take longer to achieve your goals. The path is the goal and at some point you will make it.
How do you like the new trainer who will soon be appearing in the anime instead of Ash?