The Tenno PokéRap
A video created and sung by my brother to commemorate the 100th episode of Cosmic Quest. This is just a sample of what a full Tenno PokéRap could someday be.
For more music from Cosmic Quest, check out the Team Rocket Movie Soundtrack page.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Cosmic Destiny Background
A background dedicated to both the return of Mystery Dungeon games and the premier of the Cosmic Destiny series.
The Team Rocket Movie Background
The biggest summer blockbuster of the year is here, and what better way to celebrate than with this background based off of the movie poster?
Detective Pikachu Evidence Board Background
A movie, a game, a story. Detective Pikachu is on the case, and it’s all connected. Contains various callbacks to the Detective Pikachu game.
Detective Pikachu Case File Background
Two versions of Detective Pikachu and Cosmic Quest are featured in this background made to celebrate the upcoming live-action Pokémon movie.
The Ultra Sun and Moon/Sol Version Background
This background honors both my recent focus on Sol Version as well as the upcoming releases of Ultra Sun and Moon Versions. It’s a third version mash-up.
The Anime 20th Anniversary Background
The Sun and Moon/Luna and Sol Background
Let’s get ready for Sun and Moon with this background that celebrates them and their connections to Luna and Sol Versions.
1280×800 Resolution Version
The Special Pokémon 20th Anniversary Background
As tribute to Pokémon’s 20th anniversary, I present you with a special desktop background to commemorate this momentous occasion. Train on!
1280×800 Resolution Version
Retro Cosmic Quest Background
For the lovers of the original Red and Blue Versions in all their retro glory, here’s a 20th anniversary present for your desktop.
The Official Cosmic Quest Desktop Background
I made this image to serve as a background on my computer. I figured I might as well let you guys get it if you want it as your own desktop background. This image features all of Tenno Pokémon revealed so far, as well as Tenno Mega Evolutions, new forms of old Pokémon, and several characters important to the series. The image will be updated as new Pokémon are revealed.
1280×800 Resolution Version (Out of Date)
Instructions For Backgrounds: Click the image to get a full-size view of it. Right click the enlarged image and click “Save image as…” Give the file a name and click save. Once it is saved to your computer, find the image in the file you saved it and right click it. Select the option “Set as desktop background” and then you should have your official Cosmic Quest background.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate Custom Content:
The Smash Bros Ultimate Team Rocket DLC Pack:
If you’re a fan of the Pokémon Anime and of Smash Bros, then the Team Rocket DLC Pack is for you! This free* DLC package comes with not one, but two new fighters, Jessie and James of Team Rocket, fresh off of their appearance in The Team Rocket Movie. In addition, it includes a new stage based on their famous balloon. Team Rocket blasts off at the speed of light, surrender now or prepare to fight!
To get this free* DLC for yourself, all you have to do is enter three download codes. Go to the Shared Content section of the Online hub and search for the following codes:
Team Rocket’s Balloon: K8S39NTB
*Disclaimer: While the characters themselves are free, in order to properly use them, you have to first buy the $0.75 Team Rocket Grunt Mii Costume DLC. In addition, a paid subscription to the Nintendo Online Service is required to download this DLC.
But that’s not all. Jessie and James have also gotten their own Palurena’s Guidance. Below is a slideshow showing off the entire conversation about Team Rocket. Be sure to start this slideshow on an image with no text box. If there is a text box, go back in the images until you find an image without one.
Solar Peak Ruins (Majorly Updated as of 9/24/19)
If Cosmic Quest were real, this stage would be how Tenno is represented in Smash Bros. This stage is based off the ruins where you would encounter Heliosol in Luna, Terra, and Sol Versions. Heliosol appears in the background and summons waves of fire which sweep across the stage.
To play this stage, go to the Online section of Smash Bros Ultimate and then to Shared Content. Press the X button to open a search query and select Search by ID and enter this code: 0RW0LVTB
Temporal Tower (Major Aesthetic Updates as of 9/24/19)
It’s the Temporal Tower, from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky, the site of the fight to the finish against Primal Dialga. The two Time Gears can be stood on, and will spin.
To play this stage, go to the Online section of Smash Bros Ultimate and then to Shared Content. Press the X button to open a search query and select Search by ID and enter this code: CRHY3GCQ
Pokémon Go (Minor Aesthetic Update as of 9/25/19)
This is Pokémon Go in Smash Bros stage form. The background is an accurate recreation of what the map in Pokémon Go could look like, given the area your in. It includes three PokéStops, one open, one closed, and one closed and cooling down as well as a Team Mystic (the team I’m on) gym.
To play this stage, go to the Online section of Smash Bros Ultimate and then to Shared Content. Press the X button to open a search query and select Search by ID and enter this code: LTX0TJP2
The Sky Pillar, as seen in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Rayquaza wraps itself around this stage, and its head can even be stood on. Rayquaza has summoned a powerful gust of wind that blows across the top of the stage above its head.
To play this stage, go to the Online section of Smash Bros Ultimate and then to Shared Content. Press the X button to open a search query and select Search by ID and enter this code: MMGRXKCL
For more Smash Bros Ultimate stages (that aren’t Pokémon-themed) see here.
The Pokémon Cosmic Quest Theme Song
FanFiction.Net user MajorBrony95 was kind enough to create an original theme song for Cosmic Quest, as well as a description of its accompanying animation and an extended movie version.
Normal Version (Animation Description in Parenthesis):
(Launch voice) “3…” (Ash is in a bright lit stadium. We are given a close up of his face as he gives a confident smirk)
“2…” (Ash enlarges a Pokéball and holds it up to his face, determination written all over.)
“1…” (We pan out and Ash throws the ball at the screen with all his might.)
“Blastoff!” (The ball opens up with a bright light at the screen.)
(Crowd voice) “Pokémon!”
(Male singer (think singer from “Advanced Battle”)) “Launching off into new frontier.”
(All scenes are fast-forwarded) (A rocket ship is launching off a pad and lifting off into the blue sky. A downward pan-around shows Ash is running after it on the ground, staring up at it with an amazed smile on his face. Pikachu is at his feet, also with a big smile.)
“I’m not afraid knowing that you’re here.”
(Ash then looks to his right and sees Brenda running alongside him. He looks to his left and sees Brock also by his side. Both have large smiles on their faces. A change to the front shows all of them facing the front. As Ash’s face gets close the scene changes.)
“Reach for the stars, planets, Moon and Sun.”
(We now see a beautiful outer space background with stars and galaxies. Heliosol rises up from the bottom left of the screen as, in a quick switch, Seluna rises from the right bottom. They then blast a Solar and Lunar Beam attack respectively at each other, resulting in an explosion and a cloud of dust. Ryusei and Gravisaac then shoot out of the cloud.)
“It’s my goal to be…” (Crowd voice) “Number One!”
(Ash points out a command to Pikachu, who leaps into the air and, on “Number One,” performs Hallowed Lightning in an impressive display.)
“Through foes and rivals, we’ll pass our test.”
(In front of a black hole background, Sirius, Cygnus, and Orion stand with evil grins with Cosmo in front of them with a impassive, yet nasty look at the camera. Then it shows a glaring Ryu ordering Dragonair to use Dragon Rush at the screen.)
“To be the very best!”
(Jesse, James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet are shot into the air, silently shouting in a blast off.)
“All to complete our cosmic quest!”
(Ash and company are looking up at the sky and a pan-around shows us going out into an above shot of the Earth, displaying the Cosmic Quest logo above it, as a shooting star speeds toward the screen.)
(Crowd voice) “Pokémon!”
(Cue title after flash from shooting star.)
3…2…1… Blast off!
Launching off into new frontier.
I’m not afraid knowing that you’re here.
Reach for the stars, planets, Moon and Sun.
It’s my goal to be NUMBER ONE!
Straight toward our target like meteorite.
With your help, I’ll win the ultimate fight.
I don’t need to wish on a shooting star.
With my friends by my side my WISH’LL GO FAR!
Through foes and rivals, we’ll pass our test, to be the very best.
All to complete our cosmic quest!
Faster than Neptune’s winds or Mercury.
And stronger than Jupiter is what I’ll be.
I’ll shine like Venus in the night time sky.
And I’ll win that big battle if I JUST TRY!
Though others may try,
To bring down our dreams.
We’ll show them,
We’re so much more than we seem!
(Repeat refrain at a slight higher pitch)
My Omega Ruby Super Secret Base QR Code
It is a Dragon-Type Gym located north of the Meteorite Falls on Route 115 (requires Surf to reach). It is located in a cave that is said to have been inhabited by the ancient Draconid people. The Pokémon used are my three favorites in all of Pokémon. I’d be interested in hearing any feedback that any of you might have. Enjoy.