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PG10 : The Old Chateau
Pokémon Generations
PG12 : The Magma Stone
The New World
The New World
First broadcast
Japan December 22, 2016
United States November 4, 2016
English themes
Opening N/A
Japanese themes
Opening N/A
Ending N/A
Animation Team Kato
Screenplay 冨岡淳広 Atsuhiro Tomioka
Storyboard 川越崇弘 Template:Romanizations/川越崇弘
Assistant director 川越崇弘 Template:Romanizations/川越崇弘
Animation director 西村郁 Template:Romanizations/西村郁
No additional credits are available at this time.

The New World (Japanese: 新しい世界 The New World) is the eleventh episode of Pokémon Generations. It was first released on The Pokémon Company International's official English YouTube channel on November 4, 2016. It was uploaded to The Pokémon Company's official Japanese YouTube channel on December 22, 2016.

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With the beginnings of a new universe laid out before him, Cyrus of Team Galactic faces extreme opposition. But aid arrives in an unusual form.


At the top of Spear Pillar, Team Galactic's leader, Cyrus, summons the legendary Pokémon Dialga and Palkia, who appear though their portals. As they appear, the two legendary Pokémon are tangled in a red chain, and as the two struggle, while Mars and Jupiter watch from afar, Cyrus begins to reveal his plan about the creation of a new world, one that will have a new beginning, bringing the current world to an end.

At the Team Galactic HQ, Saturn is watching. Cyrus then addresses Dialga and Palkia, ordering them to give him their power in order to create a new world, and as the chains around them begin to tighten, they glow, releasing their energy to create cracks in the stone pillars and ground beneath them, causing the Glameow to dart back, surprised. As the world around them begins to end, Mars and Jupiter compliment Cyrus as they're closer to achieving Team Galactic's goal, but an angry voice orders them to stop. Turning around, they notice that Cynthia, the Sinnoh League Champion, has arrived in order to prevent Team Galactic from continuing with their plan as she orders Cyrus to release Dialga and Palkia immediately.

Strange shadow spots cover the ground, growing larger and larger, creating vibrations that reach the Team Galactic HQ, until everything instantly comes to a stop. Everyone watches, waiting, but Cyrus smirks for a moment before watching a Pokémon emerge from the shadows, with Saturn watching on the screen, completely stunned. As the Pokémon fully emerges, Cyrus refers to it as the "Pokémon that comes from shadows", before Dialga and Palkia attack it for interfering. Easily dodging the attacks, the Pokémon then retaliates with Shadow Ball, destroying the chains trapping Dialga and Palkia, allowing them to escape as Saturn watches, again, completely stunned. The Pokémon then turns its attention on Cyrus, attacking him. Once the smoke clears, Mars and Jupiter are screaming for Cyrus as the find that he has disappeared, along with the strange Pokémon. Back and the HQ, Saturn desperately tries to make contact with Cyrus.

Laying on the ground, Cyrus comes around, noticing the Pokémon from earlier staring blankly at him. He begins commenting on the world he is now in and sarcastically asks the Pokémon if it is now satisfied after ruining his plans for a new world. Getting to his feet, Cyrus looks around at the strange world, realizing that there is nothing to the world, nor is there anything there, and that the world he desired is exactly like this one. Turning to the Pokémon, he smirks as he ponders.

Still attempting to make contact with Cyrus, Saturn finally picks up a signal and hears Cyrus makes it clear he doesn't want them to look for him, before the signal gets cut off while Saturn continuously asks for his location. Finally, he lets go, revealing that he understands his wishes.

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In other languages

PG10 : The Old Chateau
Pokémon Generations
PG12 : The Magma Stone
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