Classification: The Asteroid Pokémon
Description: According to myth, this Pokémon was originally a piece of rock in the asteroid belt that was given life by the Cosmic Architect. Now it serves the Architect by watching over the solar system.
Does not Evolve
Trivia: The name Showakusei comes from the Japanese word for asteroid. Showakusei lives deep beneath Tenno Minor in the Crater Cave, a recently discovered extension of the Crater Gate, where it guards a Grand Meteoric Shard, just like the other Cosmic Guardians.
First off, I’d just like to apologize for the wait. First I had to deal with finals in school, and now I’m on summer break, which readers from last year may remember is a very inactive time for me as a writer. I will strive to write as much as possible this summer, but don’t expect more than an episode a month, possibly less. Sorry.
Anyways, this episode honestly doesn’t have too much to talk about. It served to set up the coming episode more than anything else. Once again, this is a direct translation of an event from my game concepts. Just as Team Planetary captured Ryusei before, they have now moved onto the second Cosmic Guardian, Showakusei. However, the capture of Showakusei isn’t even the biggest event going on here. But to see what the bigger event is, you’ll just have wait until the next episode.
One thing that is of note from the episode is Braydon’s reappearance. Despite his serious and competitive side, Braydon is also a bit of a conspiracy theorist and has a personal issue with Team Planetary. This side of him was shown briefly in the Chapter 2 of the Cosmic Chronicles, but this is the first showing of this side in Cosmic Quest.