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'''The Final Showdown VI''' (Japanese: '''大決戦VI''' ''The Final Battle VI'') is the 330th round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga.
'''The Final Showdown VI''' or '''The Eye of Truth''' (Japanese: '''大決戦VI''' ''The Final Battle VI'' or '''真実の瞳''' ''The Eye of Truth'') is the 330th round of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga.
Revision as of 19:07, 24 March 2013
| The Final Showdown VI
The Final Showdown VI or The Eye of Truth (Japanese: 大決戦VI The Final Battle VI or 真実の瞳 The Eye of Truth) is the 330th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.
|Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details.|
Having bought time for them, Gold asks if Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald have mastered the Ultimate Moves yet. Guile Hideout, riding on top of his monster Kyogre, tells it to attack the Battle Frontier once again. The wave engulfs the Battle Frontier, causing it to begin sinking once more. Guile laughs at the power the monster Kyogre possesses. He notices Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald trying to learn the Ultimate Moves while being protected by Mr. Mime's solidified air room. He dares his opponents to face one that has become one with the sea.
Angered at what he did to Crystal, Emerald sends his other Pokémon to attack. Guile easily smacks them away with his sword, and begins stepping on Mr. Mime's head to taunt Emerald. Emerald tells Guile to stop it, but Guile notes that Emerald stated that he didn't like Pokémon, but battling. Guile calls states that Pokémon that cannot battle are nothing more than useless garbage that should be trashed. He moves over to the statue of Silver, stating that the same applies to humans as well. Guile asks Emerald if he agrees with what he said.
Emerald tells Guile that he's wrong, and that he always wished that he had friends to have bonds with. Emerald reveals that it's not the Pokémon battles he likes, but the Pokémon themselves and those who like them. Suddenly, Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire, Gold, and Crystal's Pokédexes begin beeping. They assume the five Pokédexes are resonating with each other, but Sapphire notes that there are more sounds coming from elsewhere. As the statues begin chipping away, Sapphire reveals that there are actually ten locations where the beeping is coming from.
The wish slip on Jirachi's head forms words as its third eye fully opens and glows. The five statues of Red, Blue, Green, Yellow and Silver break open, turning the four Trainers back to normal. Gold congratulates Emerald for shouting his feelings and meeting his eyes with Jirachi's Eye of Truth. The five Pokédex holders then rush to their formerly petrified teammates.
- Jirachi grants Emerald's wish.
- The Pokédex holders are freed from their petrification.
- The monster Kyogre floods the whole Battle Frontier.
- Dome Ace Tucker
- Arena Tycoon Greta
- Factory Head Noland
- Pike Queen Lucy
- Pyramid King Brandon
- Salon Maiden Anabel
- Palace Maven Spenser
- Robot King (fantasy)
- Reporter (fantasy)
- Guile Hideout
- Sceptile (Emerald's)
- Sudowoodo (Emerald's)
- Dusclops (Emerald's)
- Snorlax (Emerald's)
- Mr. Mime (Emerald's)
- Mantine (Emerald's)
- Blaziken (Chic/Toro; Sapphire's)
- Swampert (Mumu/Zuzu; Ruby's)
- Mantine (Tibo/Mantaro; Gold's)
- Salamence (Tucker's)
- Seviper (Lucy's)
- Lapras (Spenser's)
- Kyogre (Guile Hideout's)
- Jirachi (Guile Hideout's)
- Surskit (Guile Hideout's)
- Mawile (Battle Factory's)
- Tangela (Battle Factory's; stolen)
- Hypno (Battle Factory's; stolen)
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