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{{Ash}} and {{an|Go}} have arrived in the [[Unova]] [[region]]. A digital billboard reveals that a new ruin site, [[Ruins of the Titan]], have just been discovered at [[Desert Resort]]. The boys immediately set off for the ruins in the hopes of finding titan-sized Pokémon. As they arrive at the large Desert Resort, Ash admits he doesn’t know the way to the ruins and is even more surprised that Go hasn't got a plan in mind. After {{AP|Pikachu}} and {{TP|Go|Scorbunny}} step foot on the hot sand, the boys realize the desert is too hot to cross on foot.
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Behind them, {{OBP|Keira|SS014}} admits they shouldn't underestimate Desert Resort. She asks if they have any {{t|Flying}} Pokémon. Ash responds by calling out his rather affectionate {{AP|Dragonite}}, while Go's {{p|Beedrill}} goes the attack with its stinger. Keira sends out {{p|Braviary}}, and with a rope and board, it easily takes Keira and her {{p|Meditite}} across the hot deserts sands. Ash and Go follow suit, though things quickly get competitive after Beedrill deliberately cuts in front. Dragonite responds by speeding up and flying Ash and Pikachu high into the sky. While Ash and Pikachu try to regain their breaths, Go announces they have arrived at the Ruins of the Titan. Pikachu takes notice of the odd statues outside, and one quickly reveal itself to be {{p|Darmanitan}}. As it prepares to attack with {{m|Overheat}}, Go throws a {{i|Poké Ball}} and makes a successful catch. The [[Rotom Phone]] immediately updates its [[Pokédex]] information with Darmanitan's data.
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Suddenly a voice takes Ash and Go by surprise. Ash assumes it came from the {{p|Litwick}} standing in front on them, but Go points out that its {{pkmn|Trainer}}, the [[Group leader]] actually spoke. The Group leader reveals that he is leading the excavation of the ruins, which were once an ancient city. He shows them a stone tablet, explaining that the ancient city created a giant titan to protect their civilization. A swirl symbol is of interest to the excavators, and Go admits it looks familiar somehow. Another excavator announces they've just discovered another chamber. Scorbunny and Pikachu eagerly rush down the stone steps to investigate further. However Scorbunny accidentally steps on a tail belonging to a {{p|Sandile}}. Go is particularly excited and checks Sandile out on his Pokédex. The Desert Croc Pokémon starts snapping its jaws, so Pikachu uses an {{t|Electric}} attack which does nothing to dissuade the {{t|Ground}} Pokémon. Go calls for a more effective {{m|Double Kick}}, knocking Sandile down. He then proceeds to catch Sandile, which Ash congratulates him on.
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Another Pokémon, this time a {{p|Woobat}} swoops the boys. Ash decides he'll catch it, but he steps on hidden panel and sets off a sand dump trap in his act of carelessness. Scorbunny is equally reckless and triggers a stone boulder, forcing them to run. They leap onto the walls for safety, only for Go to press down on another trap panel which sets off a series of stone pillars. The boys take a moment to catch their breaths, but a passing {{p|Yamask}} catches Ash's attention. Ash pursues after it, only to step on another hidden panel leading the floor underfoot to open up. As Go prepares to help his friend, Keira arrives on the scene and has Meditite use {{m|Psychic}} to pull Ash to safety. Afterwards, Keira officially introduces herself, revealing she travels around for mysteries and adventures. She explains that she is also interested in the identity of the "Titan". Keira admits that she was prepared for this expedition unlike the boys, and points out that she was able to avoid all the traps which are clearly marked with symbols. The remarks leave Ash and Go feeling embarrassed.
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Keira suddenly hushes her companions, aware that something is approaching. Two {{p|Cofagrigus}} then appear, and Go confidently declares this will be his third Unova catch. Keira stops him, warning that something was inside the Cofagrigus. Scorbunny, however, leaps into action with an ineffective Double Kick despite the advice. Ash has Pikachu attack with a {{m|Thunderbolt}}, which frees [[Karabari]] and his {{Shiny}} {{p|Psyduck}} from the Cofagrigus. Karabari is grateful, and reveals that he wants to fill his dex with only Shiny Pokémon. While Karabari shows off his progress, Go remarks that he seems to had little success. Ash then asks how Keira knew someone was trapped in the Cofagrigus, and she notes that the Cofagrigus were walking in a stooped way because of the increased weight.
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While everyone tries to examine the large chamber for clues, Psyduck trips onto one of the panels. Keira is surprised to see the central floor spin seemingly into place like a puzzle, and calls for everyone to find more of the emblem panels. They soon find another four throughout the room. Keira deduces that with five switches in all, each must correspond to the five circles on the floor pattern. She orders everyone to press the other panels, and this causes the floor display to rearrange into the same familiar emblem as one on the panels and ancient tablet. A large egg-like structure emerges from the floor and breaks open to reveal a {{pkmn2|giant}} {{p|Golurk}}. Go announces that Golurk are normally 2.8 meters tall, while this one is over five meters. The Group leader suddenly rushes into the chamber having finally solved the stone tablet, and his twinkle at the sight of the giant Golurk.
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Golurk suddenly attacks with a flash of light, blasting everything in sight. The Group leader notes that the tablet detailed that Golurk was a defence mechanism and was only capable of attacking. While everyone shelters from Golurk's power, Go remarks that it is still a Pokémon. He suggests they fight Golurk in a [[Raid Battle]]. Ash is immediately in, while Keira, the Group leader also agree to help. Karabari tries to scamper away, though Keira holds him back, even promising to introduce him to one of her friends who has a Shiny Pokémon. Hearing this, Karabari and Psyduck join in. Ash makes the first move, but Pikachu's Thunderbolt is ineffective against the part Ground-type. Go is unimpressed by the amateur tactic and reminds Ash to settle down. He is equally unimpressed by his impulsive Scorbunny, which tries a Double Kick, a {{t|Fighting}} move that is useless against a Ghost Pokémon. Scorbunny is infuriated by this and kicks Golurk in a fury, only to be flicked into a wall by Golurk. Golurk is also able to withstand a {{m|Fire Spin}}, {{m|Psyshock}} and {{m|Hydro Pump}} combo effort from Karabari and the others. Golurk fires off another attack which forces Keira and Karabari to [[recall]] their Pokémon. Ash has Pikachu strike Golurk on the head with an {{m|Iron Tail}}. While the titan kneels down, it delivers a powerful punch that knock Pikachu out as well.
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Next, Ash calls on his Dragonite. It uses a {{m|Dragon Claw}} to block an oncoming fist attack. Go follows suit, sending out his Beedrill for a fury of {{m|Twineedle}}s. However it is soon struck down. Keira and the Group leader have their Braviary and {{p|Lampent}} attack with {{m|Air Slash}} and {{m|Flame Burst}}, but they are quickly defeated by a mighty punch each. Go makes his next selection, his newly caught Darmanitan. Golurk suddenly transforms by withdrawing its hands and legs into its body. The Group leader fears this is the ultimate attack described in the ancient tablet. Ash and Go are unfazed, and opt for an equally devastating {{m|Hurricane}} and Overheat combination. The attacks collide, with the force blasting everyone aback. As the dust clears, Keira notices that Golurk is seemingly paralyzed from the blow and collapses to the ground. Go takes the chance and tosses a Ball towards it. The Ball stops moving soon after, meaning Go has now caught the giant Golurk. Everyone congratulates Go while Dragonite and Darmanitan exchange a fist bump. The stone walls unexpectedly fall away to reveal a golden corridor behind. The tour guide is thrilled by the important archaeological discovery, while Karabari hopes he’ll discover some golden Pokémon and Keira looks forward to the adventure ahead.
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Later, Go and Ash have since returned to the [[Sakuragi Institute]]. Inside the Sakuragi Park, Ash rushes inside, only to told to keep quiet by Go. Go points up to a hill, noting Darmanitan, in its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Darmanitan|Zen Mode}}, and Golurk are quickly making themselves at home as the guardians of the Park. Meanwhile, a [[SS011|familiar]] {{p|Gengar}} is watching from a distance.
   
 
==Major events==
 
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* [[Karabari]]
 
* [[Karabari]]
 
* [[Group leader]]
 
* [[Group leader]]
* Newscaster
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* Announcer
 
* Residents
 
* Residents
* Research group members
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* Excavators
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* {{pkmn|Trainer}}s
   
 
===Pokémon===
 
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* {{p|Beedrill}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Beedrill}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Venonat}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Venonat}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
* {{p|Scyther}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
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* {{p|Scyther}} ({{OP|Go|Scyther}})
 
* {{p|Taillow}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Taillow}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Tentacool}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
 
* {{p|Tentacool}} ({{an|Go}}'s)
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* {{p|Munchlax}} (Trainer's)
 
* {{p|Munchlax}} (Trainer's)
 
* {{p|Growlithe}} (Trainer's)
 
* {{p|Growlithe}} (Trainer's)
* {{p|Gengar}} ({{DL|Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime|Gengar|anime}})
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* {{p|Gengar}} ([[Ash's Gengar|anime]])
 
* {{p|Cofagrigus}} (×2)
 
* {{p|Cofagrigus}} (×2)
 
* {{p|Darmanitan}} ({{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Darmanitan|Zen Mode}}; ×5)
 
* {{p|Darmanitan}} ({{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Darmanitan|Zen Mode}}; ×5)
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** {{p|Slakoth}}, who last appeared in ''[[XY002|Lumiose City Pursuit!]]'', 298 episodes ago.
 
** {{p|Slakoth}}, who last appeared in ''[[XY002|Lumiose City Pursuit!]]'', 298 episodes ago.
 
** {{p|Woobat}}, who last appeared in ''[[XY092|Cloudy Fate, Bright Future!]]'', 208 episodes ago.
 
** {{p|Woobat}}, who last appeared in ''[[XY092|Cloudy Fate, Bright Future!]]'', 208 episodes ago.
* The scene where [[Karabari]]'s {{p|Psyduck}} hugs [[Ash's Pikachu]] is a small reference to a scene from ''{{mov|Detective Pikachu}}''.
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* This episode features the most [[Shiny Pokémon]] in the {{pkmn|anime}}, with a total of five, though only four of them solely appeared as images.
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* The scene where [[Karabari]]'s {{p|Psyduck}} hugs [[Ash's Pikachu]] is a [[List of cross-canon references|reference]] to a similar scene from ''{{mov|Detective Pikachu}}''.
 
* The shot of Go's {{p|Golurk}} at the [[Sakuragi Institute]] is a [[List of references to popular culture in Pokémon|reference]] to a scene involving the rusted robot in ''{{wp|Castle in the Sky}}''.
 
* The shot of Go's {{p|Golurk}} at the [[Sakuragi Institute]] is a [[List of references to popular culture in Pokémon|reference]] to a scene involving the rusted robot in ''{{wp|Castle in the Sky}}''.
* Ash, Go, Go's parents, a {{p|Cubone}}, and Pikachu narrate the preview for the [[SS015|next episode]].
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* Ash, Go, [[Kurune]], [[Ikuo]], a {{p|Cubone}}, and Pikachu narrate the preview for the [[SS015|next episode]].
   
 
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SS014   EP1099
初イッシュ地方!遺跡でレイドバトル!!
First in the Isshu Region! The Raid Battle at the Ruins!!
First broadcast
Japan February 23, 2020
United States
English themes
Opening
Ending
Japanese themes
Opening 1・2・3
Ending ポケモンしりとり(ピカチュウ→ミュウVer.)
Credits
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 尼野浩正 Hiromasa Amano
Assistant director 徐恵眞 Seo Hye-Jin
Animation directors 新城真 Makoto Shinjō
夏目久仁彦 Kunihiko Natsume
No additional credits are available at this time.

(Japanese: 初イッシュ地方!遺跡でレイドバトル!! First in the Isshu Region! The Raid Battle at the Ruins!!) is the 14th episode of the new series, and the 1,099th episode of the Pokémon anime. It first aired in Japan on February 23, 2020.

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Plot

Ash and Go have arrived in the Unova region. A digital billboard reveals that a new ruin site, Ruins of the Titan, have just been discovered at Desert Resort. The boys immediately set off for the ruins in the hopes of finding titan-sized Pokémon. As they arrive at the large Desert Resort, Ash admits he doesn’t know the way to the ruins and is even more surprised that Go hasn't got a plan in mind. After Pikachu and Scorbunny step foot on the hot sand, the boys realize the desert is too hot to cross on foot.

Behind them, Keira admits they shouldn't underestimate Desert Resort. She asks if they have any Flying Pokémon. Ash responds by calling out his rather affectionate Dragonite, while Go's Beedrill goes the attack with its stinger. Keira sends out Braviary, and with a rope and board, it easily takes Keira and her Meditite across the hot deserts sands. Ash and Go follow suit, though things quickly get competitive after Beedrill deliberately cuts in front. Dragonite responds by speeding up and flying Ash and Pikachu high into the sky. While Ash and Pikachu try to regain their breaths, Go announces they have arrived at the Ruins of the Titan. Pikachu takes notice of the odd statues outside, and one quickly reveal itself to be Darmanitan. As it prepares to attack with Overheat, Go throws a Poké Ball and makes a successful catch. The Rotom Phone immediately updates its Pokédex information with Darmanitan's data.

Suddenly a voice takes Ash and Go by surprise. Ash assumes it came from the Litwick standing in front on them, but Go points out that its Trainer, the Group leader actually spoke. The Group leader reveals that he is leading the excavation of the ruins, which were once an ancient city. He shows them a stone tablet, explaining that the ancient city created a giant titan to protect their civilization. A swirl symbol is of interest to the excavators, and Go admits it looks familiar somehow. Another excavator announces they've just discovered another chamber. Scorbunny and Pikachu eagerly rush down the stone steps to investigate further. However Scorbunny accidentally steps on a tail belonging to a Sandile. Go is particularly excited and checks Sandile out on his Pokédex. The Desert Croc Pokémon starts snapping its jaws, so Pikachu uses an Electric attack which does nothing to dissuade the Ground Pokémon. Go calls for a more effective Double Kick, knocking Sandile down. He then proceeds to catch Sandile, which Ash congratulates him on.

Another Pokémon, this time a Woobat swoops the boys. Ash decides he'll catch it, but he steps on hidden panel and sets off a sand dump trap in his act of carelessness. Scorbunny is equally reckless and triggers a stone boulder, forcing them to run. They leap onto the walls for safety, only for Go to press down on another trap panel which sets off a series of stone pillars. The boys take a moment to catch their breaths, but a passing Yamask catches Ash's attention. Ash pursues after it, only to step on another hidden panel leading the floor underfoot to open up. As Go prepares to help his friend, Keira arrives on the scene and has Meditite use Psychic to pull Ash to safety. Afterwards, Keira officially introduces herself, revealing she travels around for mysteries and adventures. She explains that she is also interested in the identity of the "Titan". Keira admits that she was prepared for this expedition unlike the boys, and points out that she was able to avoid all the traps which are clearly marked with symbols. The remarks leave Ash and Go feeling embarrassed.

Keira suddenly hushes her companions, aware that something is approaching. Two Cofagrigus then appear, and Go confidently declares this will be his third Unova catch. Keira stops him, warning that something was inside the Cofagrigus. Scorbunny, however, leaps into action with an ineffective Double Kick despite the advice. Ash has Pikachu attack with a Thunderbolt, which frees Karabari and his Shiny Psyduck from the Cofagrigus. Karabari is grateful, and reveals that he wants to fill his dex with only Shiny Pokémon. While Karabari shows off his progress, Go remarks that he seems to had little success. Ash then asks how Keira knew someone was trapped in the Cofagrigus, and she notes that the Cofagrigus were walking in a stooped way because of the increased weight.

While everyone tries to examine the large chamber for clues, Psyduck trips onto one of the panels. Keira is surprised to see the central floor spin seemingly into place like a puzzle, and calls for everyone to find more of the emblem panels. They soon find another four throughout the room. Keira deduces that with five switches in all, each must correspond to the five circles on the floor pattern. She orders everyone to press the other panels, and this causes the floor display to rearrange into the same familiar emblem as one on the panels and ancient tablet. A large egg-like structure emerges from the floor and breaks open to reveal a giant Golurk. Go announces that Golurk are normally 2.8 meters tall, while this one is over five meters. The Group leader suddenly rushes into the chamber having finally solved the stone tablet, and his twinkle at the sight of the giant Golurk.

Golurk suddenly attacks with a flash of light, blasting everything in sight. The Group leader notes that the tablet detailed that Golurk was a defence mechanism and was only capable of attacking. While everyone shelters from Golurk's power, Go remarks that it is still a Pokémon. He suggests they fight Golurk in a Raid Battle. Ash is immediately in, while Keira, the Group leader also agree to help. Karabari tries to scamper away, though Keira holds him back, even promising to introduce him to one of her friends who has a Shiny Pokémon. Hearing this, Karabari and Psyduck join in. Ash makes the first move, but Pikachu's Thunderbolt is ineffective against the part Ground-type. Go is unimpressed by the amateur tactic and reminds Ash to settle down. He is equally unimpressed by his impulsive Scorbunny, which tries a Double Kick, a Fighting move that is useless against a Ghost Pokémon. Scorbunny is infuriated by this and kicks Golurk in a fury, only to be flicked into a wall by Golurk. Golurk is also able to withstand a Fire Spin, Psyshock and Hydro Pump combo effort from Karabari and the others. Golurk fires off another attack which forces Keira and Karabari to recall their Pokémon. Ash has Pikachu strike Golurk on the head with an Iron Tail. While the titan kneels down, it delivers a powerful punch that knock Pikachu out as well.

Next, Ash calls on his Dragonite. It uses a Dragon Claw to block an oncoming fist attack. Go follows suit, sending out his Beedrill for a fury of Twineedles. However it is soon struck down. Keira and the Group leader have their Braviary and Lampent attack with Air Slash and Flame Burst, but they are quickly defeated by a mighty punch each. Go makes his next selection, his newly caught Darmanitan. Golurk suddenly transforms by withdrawing its hands and legs into its body. The Group leader fears this is the ultimate attack described in the ancient tablet. Ash and Go are unfazed, and opt for an equally devastating Hurricane and Overheat combination. The attacks collide, with the force blasting everyone aback. As the dust clears, Keira notices that Golurk is seemingly paralyzed from the blow and collapses to the ground. Go takes the chance and tosses a Ball towards it. The Ball stops moving soon after, meaning Go has now caught the giant Golurk. Everyone congratulates Go while Dragonite and Darmanitan exchange a fist bump. The stone walls unexpectedly fall away to reveal a golden corridor behind. The tour guide is thrilled by the important archaeological discovery, while Karabari hopes he’ll discover some golden Pokémon and Keira looks forward to the adventure ahead.

Later, Go and Ash have since returned to the Sakuragi Institute. Inside the Sakuragi Park, Ash rushes inside, only to told to keep quiet by Go. Go points up to a hill, noting Darmanitan, in its Zen Mode, and Golurk are quickly making themselves at home as the guardians of the Park. Meanwhile, a familiar Gengar is watching from a distance.

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?: Golurk (Japan)

Trivia

Errors

Dub edits

In other languages


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