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* The Japanese title of this episode is very similar to the Japanese title for ''[[M04|Celebi: The Voice of the Forest]]''.
 
* The Japanese title of this episode is very similar to the Japanese title for ''[[M04|Celebi: The Voice of the Forest]]''.
** The plot of the episode also has similar elements to the {{pkmn|movie}}, with {{Ash}} meeting a young version of a {{an|Professor Oak|Professor}} and their {{p|Charmeleon|Fire-type starter}} due to the actions of a {{p|Celebi}}. The episode also focuses on Kukui's book on Pokémon [[move]]s, as it did with Sam's sketchbook to identify the past and present versions of the Professor as one and the same.
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** The plot of the episode also has similar elements to the {{pkmn|movie}}, with {{Ash}} meeting a young version of a {{an|Professor Oak|Professor}} and their {{p|Charmeleon|Fire-type starter}} due to the actions of a {{p|Celebi}}. The episode also focuses on Kukui's book on Pokémon [[move]]s, as it did with [[Sam]]'s sketchbook to identify the past and present versions of the Professor as one and the same.
 
* This episode marks the first use of the move {{m|Ice Ball}} since ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]'', 680 episodes earlier. This is also the first time the move has been used by a Pokémon outside of the {{p|Spheal}} evolutionary line in the {{pkmn|anime}}.
 
* This episode marks the first use of the move {{m|Ice Ball}} since ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]'', 680 episodes earlier. This is also the first time the move has been used by a Pokémon outside of the {{p|Spheal}} evolutionary line in the {{pkmn|anime}}.
 
* This is one of the rare times in which a Pokémon is shown as deceased, with the {{pkmn2|Totem}} {{p|Trevenant}} now resembling an old ordinary tree.
 
* This is one of the rare times in which a Pokémon is shown as deceased, with the {{pkmn2|Totem}} {{p|Trevenant}} now resembling an old ordinary tree.

Revision as of 21:37, 9 June 2019

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SM124
Sun & Moon series
SM126
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SM125   EP1064
サトシ、時を超えた出会い!
Satoshi, Encounter Beyond Time!
First broadcast
Japan June 9, 2019
United States
English themes
Opening
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening キミの冒険
Ending 心のノート
Credits
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 毛利和昭 Kazuaki Mōri
Assistant director 毛利和昭 Kazuaki Mōri
Animation directors 安田周平 Shūhei Yasuda
八田木瀧 Taki Yatagi
No additional credits are available at this time.

(Japanese: サトシ、時を超えた出会い! Satoshi, Encounter Beyond Time!) is the 125th episode of the Sun & Moon series, and the 1,064th episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on June 9, 2019.

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Plot

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Major events

For a list of all major events in the anime, please see the timeline of events.

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

Characters

Humans

Dare da?

Pokémon

Who's That Pokémon?: Trevenant (Japan)

Trivia

Errors

  • When the wild Pokémon are about to watch Ash and Kukui's battle, the three Diglett have a lighter mound of stone underneath them than in the wide shot before they rush towards the two, where the mound is black.

Dub edits

In other languages


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