On their way to Cosm City, Ash, Brock, and Brenda hear a cry for help from an old lady. Her friend, Muttnik, has been trapped in a burning building, but it’s impossible for anyone to get in or out, anyone normal that is. A squad a very special Pokémon appearing in time to save the day.
Also, the Pokédex page has been updated accordingly.
What’s this!? A second episode posted in under a week!? It’s true, another episode is here!
About to set off on the next leg of their journey, Ash, Brock, and Brenda encounter Alistair, a Pokémon doctor-in-training, just like Brock. But at the same time, he’s not anything like Brock. The two are just about as different as you can get.
Also, the Character Guide has been updated accordingly.
The next Cosmic Quest movie has its title, it’s called Nemex Unleashed. This is the final version of the movie’s poster. It would seem that new cover Pokémon of Sol Version has taken Heliosol’s spot on the poster. And what’s the deal with the menacing Pokémon in the background? Could it be the titular Nemex? Nemex Unleashed will be coming soon. Stay tuned.
And if you haven’t seen the anniversary post about Sol Version yet, be sure to scroll down a little and check it out.
Braydon has spotted Team Planetary, and knows they’re up to no good, so he enlists the help of Ash, Brock, and Brenda to stop them. But he’s not the only one wanting to enlist their help. Soon they’re dragged into a battle to protect one of the Legendary Cosmic Guardians.
Also, the Tenno Pokédex page has been updated accordingly.
And don’t forget to vote for which Tenno Starter Pokémon you would pick on the right side of the home page. As of writing this post, Turcell is the most popular choice.
This episode is of note because it was the longest episode written for Cosmic Quest so far. Most episodes average between 4,000-5,000 words, with some of the lager episodes, normally the specials, having a word count in the low 6,000s. This episode had nearly 7,000 words. It could have been split into two small episodes if I wanted. The reason it was so long is because I had to cram in three independent battles with two Pokémon each plus a battle against Team Rocket. That’s a whole lot, but I couldn’t cut any of it out, as all three battles had some sort of importance to them. Brock and James was James’ Astro Camp finale, to which he has been so dedicated, as well as a rare chance for Brock to battle. Brenda and Michelle’s was the true beginning of the next part of Brenda’s story arc. And Ash and Braydon’s battle was the start of their rivalry, which will continue on into the future, as well as Elgyem’s finale.