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Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2014-05-31 Pokémon: Mega Evolution Special I
  • Japan 2014-04-03 ポケットモンスター XY 特別編 最強メガシンカ ~Act I~
  • Japan 2014-04-03 Pocket Monsters XY tokubetsu-hen - Saikyō Megashinka ~Act I~
  • Japan 2014-04-03 Pocket Monsters XY Special: The Strongest Mega Evolution ~Act I~
Staff List
Japan Screenplay 冨岡淳広 (Atsuhiro Tomioka)
Japan Episode Director 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)
Japan Storyboard 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)
Japan Animation Director 岩根雅明 (Masaaki Iwane)
Japan Assistant Executive Animation Director 松永香苗 (Kanae Matsunaga)
Summary

Characters

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  • United States Professor Sycamore
  • Japan プラターヌ博士
  • Japan Platane-hakase
  • Japan Professor Platane
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  • United States Professor Sycamore's Garchomp
  • Japan プラターヌ博士のガブリアス
  • Japan Professor Platane no Gablias
  • Japan Professor Platane's Gablias
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  • United States Nurse Joy (Kalos)
  • Japan ジョーイ (カロス地方)
  • Japan Joy (Kalos-chihō)
  • Japan Joy (Kalos Region)
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  • United States Nurse Joy's Wigglytuff
  • Japan ジョーイのプクリン
  • Japan Joy no Pukurin
  • Japan Joy's Pukurin
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  • United States Sophie
  • Japan ソフィー
  • Japan Sophie
  • Japan Sophie
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  • United States Astrid
  • Japan アヤカ
  • Japan Ayaka
  • Japan Ayaka
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  • United States Alain
  • Japan アラン
  • Japan Alan
  • Japan Alan
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  • United States Siebold
  • Japan ズミ
  • Japan Zumi
  • Japan Zumi
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  • United States Remo
  • Japan ルイ
  • Japan Louis
  • Japan Louis
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  • United States Mairin
  • Japan マノン
  • Japan Manon
  • Japan Manon
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  • United States Lysandre
  • Japan フラダリ
  • Japan Fleur-de-lis
  • Japan Fleur-de-lis
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  • United States Alain's Charmander
  • Japan アランのヒトカゲ
  • Japan Alan no Hitokage
  • Japan Alan's Hitokage
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  • United States Alain's Charizard
  • Japan アランのリザードン
  • Japan Alan no Lizardon
  • Japan Alan's Lizardon
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  • United States Astrid's Absol
  • Japan アヤカのアブソル
  • Japan Ayaka no Absol
  • Japan Ayaka's Absol
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  • United States Louis' Garchomp
  • Japan ルイのガブリアス (ガブの字)
  • Japan Louis no Gablias (Gabunoji)
  • Japan Louis' Gablias (Gabunoji)
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  • United States Mairin's Flabébé
  • Japan フラちゃん (マノンのフラベベ)
  • Japan Fla-chan (Manon no Flabebe)
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  • United States Mairin's Chespin (Chespie)
  • Japan ハリさん (マノンのハリマロン)
  • Japan Hari-san (Manon no Harimaron)
  • Japan Manon's Harimaron (Hari-san)
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  • United States Siebold's Blastoise
  • Japan ズミのカメックス
  • Japan Zumi no Kamex
  • Japan Zumi's Kamex

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Venusaur
  • Japan フシギバナ
  • Japan Fushigibana
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  • United States Charizard
  • Japan リザードン
  • Japan Lizardon
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  • United States Alakazam
  • Japan フーディン
  • Japan Foodin
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  • United States Gengar
  • Japan ゲンガー
  • Japan Gangar
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  • United States Kangaskhan
  • Japan ガルーラ
  • Japan Garura
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  • United States Pinsir
  • Japan カイロス
  • Japan Kailios
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  • United States Gyarados
  • Japan ギャラドス
  • Japan Gyarados
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  • United States Aerodactyl
  • Japan プテラ
  • Japan Ptera
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  • United States Mewtwo
  • Japan ミュウツー
  • Japan Mewtwo
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  • United States Ampharos
  • Japan デンリュウ
  • Japan Denryu
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  • United States Marill
  • Japan マリル
  • Japan Maril
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  • United States Scizor
  • Japan ハッサム
  • Japan Hassam
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  • United States Heracross
  • Japan ヘラクロス
  • Japan Heracros
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  • United States Houndoom
  • Japan ヘルガー
  • Japan Hellgar
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  • United States Smeargle
  • Japan ドーブル
  • Japan Doble
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  • United States Tyranitar
  • Japan バンギラス
  • Japan Bangiras
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  • United States Blaziken
  • Japan バシャーモ
  • Japan Burshamo
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  • United States Zigzagoon
  • Japan ジグザグマ
  • Japan Ziguzaguma
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  • United States Linoone
  • Japan マッスグマ
  • Japan Massuguma
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  • United States Gardevoir
  • Japan サーナイト
  • Japan Sirknight
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  • United States Azurill
  • Japan ルリリ
  • Japan Ruriri
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  • United States Mawile
  • Japan クチート
  • Japan Kucheat
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  • United States Aggron
  • Japan ボスゴドラ
  • Japan Bossgodora
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  • United States Medicham
  • Japan チャーレム
  • Japan Charem
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  • United States Manectric
  • Japan ライボルト
  • Japan Livolt
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  • United States Banette
  • Japan ジュペッタ
  • Japan Juppeta
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  • United States Combee
  • Japan ミツハニー
  • Japan Mitsuhoney
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  • United States Garchomp
  • Japan ガブリアス
  • Japan Gablias
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  • United States Lucario
  • Japan ルカリオ
  • Japan Lucario
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  • United States Abomasnow
  • Japan ユキノオー
  • Japan Yukinooh
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  • United States Gallade
  • Japan エルレイド
  • Japan Ellade
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  • United States Scatterbug
  • Japan コフキムシ
  • Japan Kofukimushi
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  • United States Helioptile
  • Japan エリキテル
  • Japan Erikiteru
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Special First-Airing Segment Data Broadcast Boardgame

Data Broadcast Pokémon: Kamex (カメックス)

A new lottery period players could collect and submit lottery entries for started with this episode. The lottery period lasted from April 3rd to June 26th, and the lottery drew 20 winners who each received a Pokémon Mega Ring & Mega Lucario Set.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:01 聖剣士復活!
Japanese (Romanized): Seikenshi fukkatsu!
Japanese (Trans): The Sacred Swordsmen Revive!
Movie 15 BGM - The opening sequence plays and the title screen appears (the music begins 18 seconds through).
Japan 01:30 修行 テラキオン
Japanese (Romanized): Shugyō Terrakion
Japanese (Trans): Training with Terrakion
Movie 15 BGM - Alan and Mayaka battle with their Pokémon.
Japan 02:36 BW M47A タイトル
Japanese (Trans): Title
Ayaka's Absol Mega Evolves.
Japan 04:31 岩石砲発射!
Japanese (Romanized): Ganseki-hō hassha!
Japanese (Trans): Go, Rock Wrecker!
Movie 15 BGM (with slight changes) - Manon watches the battle between Alan and Mayaka.
Japan 11:17 出会い
Japanese (Romanized): Deai
Japanese (Trans): The Encounter
Movie 15 BGM (with slight changes) - Alan receives a call from someone.
Japan 11:48 タイトルテーマ2012
Japanese (Romanized): Title thema 2012
Japanese (Trans): Title Theme 2012
Movie 15 BGM - Manon is rescued by her Harimaron from a near fall (the music starts 27 seconds through).
Japan 11:57 メガV
Japanese (Romanized): Megavolt
Japanese (Trans): Megavolt
Sponsor Message
Japan 12:28 ホワイトキュレム
Japanese (Romanized): White Kyurem
Japanese (Trans): White Kyurem
Movie 15 BGM (with slight changes) - Alan finds a Mega Stone in ruins.
Japan 13:12 地上最強のドラゴンポケモン
Japanese (Romanized): Chijō saikyō no Dragon Pokémon
Japanese (Trans): The Strongest Dragon Pokémon on Earth
Movie 15 BGM - Louie stops Alan and battles him to get the Mega Stone.
Japan 14:18 XY M31 ジム
Japanese (Trans): Gym
Louie's Gablias Mega Evolves.
Japan 17:33 XY M12 戦闘!ともだち
Japanese (Trans): Battle! Friend
Manon's Harimaron battles Flabebe and Manon captures it.
Japan 18:33 Movie 15 Unused BGM - Something Odd Movie 15 Unused BGM - Maron runs towards the Battle Chateau.
Japan 20:06 XY M06A 戦闘!トレーナー
Japanese (Trans): Battle! Trainer
The battle between Alan and Zumi commences.
Japan 21:22 XY M39 戦闘!四天王
Japanese (Trans): Battle! Elite Four
The second half of Alan and Zumi's battle.
Japan 22:42 この少年 マサラタウンのサトシ
Japanese (Romanized): Kono shōnen Masara Town no Satoshi
Japanese (Trans): This Boy is Satoshi from Masara Town
Movie 15 BGM - Manon approaches Alan again after his defeat to Zumi.
Japan 23:14 メガV
Japanese (Romanized): Megavolt
Japanese (Trans): Megavolt
Ending Theme for Japanese Version

Dub Music:

Time Track Notes
United States 02:36 BW M47A タイトル
Japanese (Trans): Title
Astrid's Absol Mega Evolves.
United States 14:11 XY M31 ジム
Japanese (Trans): Gym
Remo's Garchomp Mega Evolves.
United States 17:26 XY M12 戦闘!ともだち
Japanese (Trans): Battle! Friend
Mairin's Chespin battles Flabébé and Mairin captures it.
United States 19:59 XY M06A 戦闘!トレーナー
Japanese (Trans): Battle! Trainer
The battle between Alain and Siebold commences.
United States 22:35 この少年 マサラタウンのサトシ
Japanese (Romanized): Kono shōnen Masara Town no Satoshi
Japanese (Trans): This Boy is Satoshi from Masara Town
Movie 15 BGM - Mairin approaches Alain again after his defeat to Siebold.

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 16
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 5
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A new protagonist makes his debut! A young man named Alan journeys ever onward in an attempt to master Mega Evolution, engaging in intense battles between mega evolved Pokémon using his partner Lizardon!
Also, even more extravagant giveaways this week too!

Summary:
Mega Evolution: A new form of evolution that has spread through the Kalos region. However, is Mega Evolution something all Pokémon are capable of? This story is centered around a young Trainer named Alan and his partner Lizardon. "To master Mega Evolution, to defeat all mega evolved Pokémon and stand on top as the strongest": That is the goal of Alan's journey.

As they travel around, Alan and Lizardon engage in a Mega Evolution Battle against a Mega Absol and a Mega Gablias. And then, they battle Zumi of the Elite Four. Does Zumi have a mega evolved Pokémon as well...? Why is Alan so obsessed with Mega Evolution? And what is the true purpose of Alan's journey?

Voice Cast:
Kensho Ono: Alan
Mikako Komatsu: Manon
Koichi Yamadera: Louis
Hiroyuki Yoshino: Zumi
Miyuu Sawai: Ayaka
Kensuke Sato: Lizardon
Yuka Terasaki: Harimaron
Hitomi Nabatame: Absol
Shinichiro Miki: Gablias
Kiyotaka Furushima: Hitokage
Hiroshi Tsuchida: Platane
Chinatsu Akasaki: Joy
Hideaki Tezuka: Narration
Last edited 12 Apr 2014 02:40 AM by Adamant