Home / Episode Guide / ルカリオ!怒りのはどうだん!!/Lucario! Wave Bomb of Anger!!/Lost Leader Strategy!
Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2008-07-19 Lost Leader Strategy
  • Japan 2008-02-07 ルカリオ!怒りのはどうだん!!
  • Japan 2008-02-07 Lucario! Ikari no Hadō-dan!!
  • Japan 2008-02-07 Lucario! Wave Bomb of Anger!!
  • Germany 2009-03-09 Erfolg ist ein hartes Geschäft!
  • France Une Championne en proie au doute
  • Spain 2009-05-02 Estrategia de Líder derrotado
  • Sweden 2009-09-13 Förlorad ledarestrategi!
  • Italy 2009-04-05 Strategia da Capopalestra perduta
  • Mexico 2009-04-02 ¡La Estrategia Del Líder Perdido!
  • Finland Johtajatason ratkaisu!
  • Taiwan 路卡利歐!憤怒的波導彈!
  • Poland 2009-02-08 Zagubiona liderka
  • Netherlands Strategie van een lijdende leider
  • Brazil 2009-04-06 Animando Uma Líder Derrotada!
  • Israel אסטרטגייה של מנהיגה אבודה
  • Czechia 2009-03-24 Strategie ztracené trenérky
  • Norway 2009-03-01 Tapt lederstrategi
  • Denmark 2009-03-01 Ledelsesstrategi på lavpunkt!
  • South Korea 루카리오! 분노의 파동탄!
  • Portugal 2010-11-12 A Estratégia do Líder Vencido!
  • Russia 2009-03-10 Стратегия проигравшего лидера
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Japan Screenplay 冨岡淳広 (Atsuhiro Tomioka)
Japan Storyboard 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)
Japan Animation Director 岩根雅明 (Masaaki Iwane)
Japan Episode Director 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)

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Summary
Ash and co. have finally reached Tobari City where the Tobari Gym awaits Ash's arrival. Suddenly, a blue sphere flies at Ash and co. They nearly dodge it in time. More spheres begin to fly out everywhere, and Ash suddenly realizes that it's a Pokémon attack, Aura Sphere. Ash and co. decide to find out where the attacks are coming from, so Ash leads the way behind a fence. One of the Aura Spheres blasts through the fence leaving an opening. Ash and co. take a look, and they see a Lucario. Ash looks up Lucario in his Pokédex. Lucario fires an Aura Sphere at its trainer, but the trainer kicks the attack right back at Lucario. Ash finds it amazing that Lucario's trainer is able to do that. Lucario's trainer wants Lucario to stop, but Lucario ignores her commands. It uses Bone Rush on its trainer, but the trainer dodges Lucario's attack. Lucario suddenly stops its attack. Dawn notices that Lucario is acting up in a weird way.

Suddenly, an electric attack is fired at Ash and co. It came from an Electabuzz, who was hiding behind a tree. Piplup gets angry at Electabuzz. It charges straight towards Electabuzz and tackles it, but the attack isn't powerful enough to bring Electabuzz down. Electabuzz uses its body to take Piplup down, and Piplup ends up knocking into Pikachu. This gets Pikachu angry, too, so both Pokémon attack Electabuzz. Ash and Dawn order Pikachu and Piplup to stop fighting, but the Pokémon ignore them. Lucario and its trainer hears the commotion from Ash and co. Lucario's trainer asks Lucario to help them out. Lucario fires an Aura Sphere at Electabuzz, Pikachu, and Piplup, and the fighting stops. Lucario's trainer realized that the attack was too powerful, and she runs over to Ash and co. and apologizes. She wants Lucario to apologize too, but Lucario just turns its head away.

A man named Reiji runs over to Lucario's trainer, Sumono, and asks her if she is all right. Electabuzz slowly tiptoes away, but Reiji catches it. Ash asks Pikachu if the Electabuzz could be Paul's, and Pikachu nods its head. Reiji is surprised that Ash and co. knows Paul, but he believes them as soon as he sees Pikachu, the Pokémon who can use Volt Tackle. Reiji introduces himself as Paul's older brother. Reiji explains that the Electabuzz belongs to Paul, and that he is busy raising it now. Ash introduces himself as a trainer who is looking for the Tobari Gym. Reiji tells Ash that Paul won his gym battle, and that the gym leader is the Lucario trainer, Sumono. Ash is excited that he will be facing a Lucario, and he asks Sumono to have a battle with him. Sumono isn't in the mood for a battle and wants to change the topic. Lucario ends up attacking Sumono with its Aura Sphere. Reiji explains to Ash that Lucario made a mistake earlier in the morning due to Sumono not being reliable, and now Lucario doesn't trust Sumono.

Team Rocket is hiding behind the bushes. They want to capture Lucario for themselves. Sumono recovers from the attack and tells Lucario to stop attacking her. Three men that appear to be gym assistants tell Sumono that Lucario thinks that she is a nuisance. Sumono tells them that she doesn't want to go back to the gym, but then she would be setting a bad example for other trainers. Reiji explains that the Sumono is under control of the three men because she doesn't have enough experience to become a gym leader. Sumono pleas to the men to not let her become the gym leader anymore. Lucario attacks Sumono again, but Sumono deflects the attack away. Reiji asks Sumono if it's Paul's fault that she has this attitude. A flashback of Sumono's match with Paul occurs. Paul was able to use his Pokémon to defeat all of Sumono's Pokémon including Lucario. Sumono didn't learn about Paul's behavior and fighting style until after the battle. Sumono realizes that she needs to work harder, so she decides to run off into the forest. Lucario wants to follow her, but Sumono tells it not to follow her. Reiji tells Kuroda, one of the three men, that him and Lucario will handle the situation. Reiji apologizes to Ash and co. for having to put them in this mess. Ash doesn't mind, knowing that he will eventually be able to batlte Lucario. Dawn decides to run out and comfort Sumono. Lucario leads the way to where Sumono is at, and Ash wonders what Dawn plans to do.

Sumono is sitting near a river. Dawn and Lucario walk up to her. Meanwhile, Ash and the others have gone back into the house. Reiji explains that Sumono and Lucario are well known for their martial arts skills, and that's why she became the gym leader. However, Sumono isn't experienced enough in battling. Brock knows that it is normal for a gym leader who is constantly under pressure. Back with Sumono and Dawn, Dawn tells Sumono that she constantly faces challenges and obstacles when it comes to Pokémon contests. So, every once in a while, Dawn takes breaks from contests because she doesn't want to think about them all of the time. Sumono explains that she has realized the challenges in being a gym leader as soon as she lost the gym battle to Paul, but Sumono is scared to face the challenges. That's why she doesn't want to become a gym leader anymore. Sumono knows that it's no fun to lose, and Dawn agrees.

Suddenly, Team Rocket pops out of the bushes, and they say their motto. Dawn warns Sumono about Team Rocket and about how they may try to steal Lucario. Jessie quickly states that that's not their intentions. She wants Lucario to become Team Rocket's scout. Meanwhile, Ash, Brock, and Reiji continue their discussion on battling. Ash states that he thinks Paul's battling style is wrong. Meanwhile, Team Rocket is hoping that Lucario will join their team. Lucario ends up using its Bone Rush attack on Team Rocket, and they blast off again. Sumono thanks Lucario for getting rid of Team Rocket. Dawn knows that Lucario still likes Sumono even though it's still angry at her. Dawn then challenges Sumono to a battle, and Sumono and Lucario agree.

Reiji wants Ash to battle with him as a replacement of the Tobari Gym battle because Reiji wants to see Ash's battling style and how he would do against Paul. Ash agrees to a 3-on-3 battle. Ash heads outside to prepare for his battle. Brock notices a badge collection sitting on the fire place. He asks Reiji if they all belong to Paul, and Reiji tells Brock that they are his. Brock notices that Brock won badges from Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and the Battle Frontier. Reiji and Brock head outside as well. Dawn and Sumono then meet up with them, and Brock tells Dawn that Ash and Reiji will be battling each other. Ash sends out Gligar. He tells Gligar to keep up with his actions so that it can battle well in future battles. Ash then sends out Turtwig as his first Pokémon for the battle. Reiji sends out Bibarel.

Turtwig starts the battle off with Energy Ball. Bibarel counters with Super Fang, and then it uses Secret Power, a special attack that puts Turtwig to sleep. Brock explains that the effect of Secret Power all depends on the battle field. Ash shouts out Turtwig's name, but Turtwig doesn't wake up. Then Bibarel uses its Take Down on Turtwig. The attack wakes Turtwig up. Reiji is surprised that Turtwig woke up so soon. Nevertheless, he orders Bibarel to use Super Fang. Turtwig dodges the attack and fires a Razor Leaf at Bibarel, scoring a direct hit. Turtwig charges up for another Energy Ball. Bibarel counters with Ice Beam, but Turtwig jumps and doges the attack. Then it fires the Energy Ball at Bibarel, and Bibarel faints. Ash congratulates Turtwig for perfecting its Energy Ball attack. Dawn tells Sumono that Ash never gave up hope in perfecting Turtwig's Energy Ball, and now they both have succeeded. Sumono is excited now, and she wants to teach Lucario all sorts of new attacks.

Reiji sends out Swalot as his second Pokémon for the battle. Ash returns Turtwig back into its Pokéball, and then he looks up Swalot in his Pokédex. Ash sends out Staravia, and it immediately uses Quick Attack. Reiji commands Swalot to use Stockpile. Swalot endures Staravia's attack, and then it charges up with Stockpile. Staravia uses Wing Attack next. The attack hits Swalot, and Swalot uses Stockpile a second time. Dawn wonders why Swalot isn't attacking. Brock explains that Stockpile will increase Swalot's power, and it can cause some serious damage if it hits Staravia. This time Staravia uses Aerial Ace. Staravia charges towards Swalot with blazing speed. Reiji orders Swalot to use Spit Up. The energy stored in Swalot all gets released onto Staravia. Staravia is damaged by the attack, but it still stands in the end. Staravia uses Aerial Ace again, but Swalot counters with Sludge Bomb. The Sludge Bomb hits Staravia, resulting in a win for Reiji.

The battle is tied. Reiji is impressed with Ash's Staravia. He thinks that Ash's Staravia can learn a new ability, so Reiji sends out Staraptor. Ash looks up Staraptor in his Pokédex and finds out that Staravia evolves into it. Ash tells Staravia to pay close attention to the battle. He then sends Pikachu into battle. Pikachu starts off with Thunderbolt. Reiji orders Staraptor to use Brave Bird. Staraptor dodges Pikachu's attack, and then it charges towards Pikachu with full power. Pikachu gets hit by the attack. The attack damages Pikachu, but it hurts Staraptor, too. Pikachu and Staraptor both are still willing to fight. Staraptor's next attack is Steel Wing. Pikachu uses Iron Tail to leap itself into the air, and then it charges towards Staraptor with Volt Tackle. Staraptor counters with Wing Attack. Both Pokémon collide into each other. Pikachu falls to the ground and so does Staraptor, but at the end Pikachu is the one who is left standing. Ash wins the battle.

Reiji congratulates Ash for winning the battle. He has decided to teach Ash's Staravia the move, Brave Bird. Reiji has confidence that Staravia will be able to learn the move since it has mastered the Aerial Ace attack. Reiji then asks Sumono if she is willing to battle Ash. Before Sumono can state her answer, Dawn declares that she wants to battle Sumono. This will be Dawn's first gym battle.

English Official Summary

Just as they reach Veilstone City, Ash and his friends spot a nearby commotion and track it down to the source: Gym Leader Maylene and her Lucario, locked in an intense sparring session! Pikachu and Piplup see Paul's Electabuzz and get in a fight, which is sorted out with the help of Maylene and Paul's pleasant older brother, Reggie, who's taking care of Paul's Pokémon. Something strange is afoot, however: Maylene is cornered by both Lucario and the Gym's students, and she refuses to accept Ash's Gym challenge. The truth is that ever since she was rudely defeated by Paul, she's lost all confidence in herself as a Gym Leader. When Maylene runs off, Dawn follows her to have a candid one-on-one conversation about her doubts and fears. This encourages Maylene to open up about her own misgivings. Team Rocket spoils the moment by showing up and offering Lucario the chance to join their team instead, but Lucario isn't interested. After Lucario blasts Team Rocket, Dawn reminds Maylene that Lucario still wants to battle together. And now, when Dawn challenges Maylene to a battle, Maylene uncertainly accepts. Back at Reggie's place, Reggie—an experienced Pokémon breeder—wants to see Ash in action, so he challenges Ash to a friendly match. Dawn and Maylene return just in time to watch as Ash's Turtwig gets the better of Reggie's Bibarel, although Reggie's Swalot then defeats Ash's Staravia. Reggie then brings out his Staraptor, which demonstrates the Brave Bird move while battling against Pikachu. Pikachu wins the round, and Reggie offers to help Ash teach Brave Bird to Staravia. But just as Reggie asks Maylene if she might be interested in battling Ash after all, Dawn steps in and puts her foot down: she's going to have a Gym Battle with Maylene first!

French Official Summary

Arrivés à Voilaroc, nos héros font face à plusieurs défis importants, mais le combat d'Arène tant attendu de Sacha n'est pas l'un d'eux !

German Official Summary

Als Ash und seine Gefährten endlich Schleiede erreichen, erwarten sie mehrere Herausforderungen, aber Ashs Arenakampf gehört nicht dazu!

Italian Official Summary

Non appena raggiungono Rupepoli, Ash e i suoi amici sentono un gran trambusto e si dirigono in tale direzione: la Capopalestra Marzia e il suo Lucario sono impegnati in un'intensa sessione di allenamento!

Portuguese Official Summary

Ao chegar na Cidade de Veilstone, nossos heróis enfrentam vários desafios importantes – mas a tão aguardada Batalha de Ginásio de Ash não é um deles!

Finnish Official Summary

Saapuessaan Veilstone Cityyn sankarimme kohtaavat joukon tärkeitä haasteita, mutta Ashin kauan odotettu saliottelu ei ole yksi niistä!

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

Cuando llegan a Ciudad Veilstone, nuestros héroes enfrentan muchos retos importantes, ¡pero la muy esperada batalla de Gimnasio de Ash no es una de ellas!

Spanish Official Summary

Justo cuando llegan a Ciudad Rocavelo, Ash y sus amigos ven un alboroto cercano y van hasta donde está: La Líder de Gimnasio Brega y su Lucario, ¡se encuentran inmersos en una intensa sesión de lucha!

English Great Britian Official Summary

Just as they reach Veilstone City, Ash and his friends spot a nearby commotion and track it down to the source: Gym Leader Maylene and her Lucario, locked in an intense sparring session! Pikachu and Piplup see Paul's Electabuzz and get in a fight, which is sorted out with the help of Maylene and Paul's pleasant older brother, Reggie, who's taking care of Paul's Pokémon. Something strange is afoot, however: Maylene is cornered by both Lucario and the Gym's students, and she refuses to accept Ash's Gym challenge. The truth is that ever since she was rudely defeated by Paul, she's lost all confidence in herself as a Gym Leader. When Maylene runs off, Dawn follows her to have a candid one-on-one conversation about her doubts and fears. This encourages Maylene to open up about her own misgivings. Team Rocket spoils the moment by showing up and offering Lucario the chance to join their team instead, but Lucario isn't interested. After Lucario blasts Team Rocket, Dawn reminds Maylene that Lucario still wants to battle together. And now, when Dawn challenges Maylene to a battle, Maylene uncertainly accepts. Back at Reggie's place, Reggie—an experienced Pokémon breeder—wants to see Ash in action, so he challenges Ash to a friendly match. Dawn and Maylene return just in time to watch as Ash's Turtwig gets the better of Reggie's Bibarel, although Reggie's Swalot then defeats Ash's Staravia. Reggie then brings out his Staraptor, which demonstrates the Brave Bird move while battling against Pikachu. Pikachu wins the round, and Reggie offers to help Ash teach Brave Bird to Staravia. But just as Reggie asks Maylene if she might be interested in battling Ash after all, Dawn steps in and puts her foot down: she's going to have a Gym Battle with Maylene first!

Russian Official Summary

Добравшись до города Вейлстоун, Эш и его друзья замечают какое-то волнение и выясняют его причину. Это напряженный спарринг между лидером спортзала Мейлин и её Лукарио!

Dutch Official Summary

Als ze net bij Veilstone City zijn aangekomen, merken Ash en zijn vrienden dat er in de buurt iets gaande en gaan ze na waar die commotie vandaan komt: het zijn Gym Leader Maylene en haar Lucario, die helemaal opgaan in een intensieve trainingssessie!

Norwegian Official Summary

Når de kommer fram i Veilstone City, får våre helter flere viktige utfordringer - men Ash sin Gym-kamp som han har ventet så lenge på, er ikke en av dem!

Swedish Official Summary

När de kommer fram till Veilstone City ställs våra hjältar inför flera viktiga utmaningar—fast Ashs länge efterlängtade Gym-strid är inte en av dem!

Danish Official Summary

Da vore helte ankommer til Veilstone City, møder de adskillige vigtige udfordringer – men Ashs længe ventede Salkamp er ikke blandt dem!

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Brock
  • Japan タケシ
  • Japan Takeshi
  • Japan Takeshi
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Jessie
  • Japan ムサシ
  • Japan Musashi
  • Japan Musashi
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  • United States James
  • Japan コジロウ
  • Japan Kojirō
  • Japan Kojiro
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  • United States Dawn
  • Japan ヒカリ
  • Japan Hikari
  • Japan Hikari
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  • United States Ash's Gligar
  • Japan サトシのグライガー
  • Japan Satoshi no Gliger
  • Japan Satoshi's Gliger
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  • United States Ash's Turtwig
  • Japan サトシのナエトル
  • Japan Satoshi no Naetle
  • Japan Satoshi's Naetle
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  • United States Ash's Chimchar
  • Japan サトシのヒコザル
  • Japan Satoshi no Hikozaru
  • Japan Satoshi's Hikozaru
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  • United States Ash's Staravia
  • Japan サトシのムクバード
  • Japan Satoshi no Mukubird
  • Japan Satoshi's Mukubird
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  • United States Dawn's Piplup
  • Japan ヒカリのポッチャマ
  • Japan Hikari no Pochama
  • Japan Hikari's Pochama
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  • United States Paul
  • Japan シンジ
  • Japan Shinji
  • Japan Shinji
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States Paul's Electabuzz
  • Japan シンジのエレブー
  • Japan Shinji no Eleboo
  • Japan Shinji's Eleboo
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  • United States Reggie
  • Japan レイジ
  • Japan Reiji
  • Japan Reiji
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  • United States Reggie's Staraptor
  • Japan レイジのムクホーク
  • Japan Reiji no Mukuhawk
  • Japan Reiji's Mukuhawk
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  • United States Maylene
  • Japan スモモ
  • Japan Sumomo
  • Japan Sumomo
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  • United States Connally
  • Japan クロダ
  • Japan Kuroda
  • Japan Kuroda
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  • United States Maylene's Machoke
  • Japan スモモのゴーリキー
  • Japan Sumomo no Goriky
  • Japan Sumomo's Goriky
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  • United States Maylene's Lucario
  • Japan スモモのルカリオ
  • Japan Sumomo no Lucario
  • Japan Sumomo's Lucario
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  • United States Maylene's Meditite
  • Japan スモモのアサナン
  • Japan Sumomo no Asanan
  • Japan Sumomo's Asanan
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  • United States Reggie's Bibarel
  • Japan レイジのビーダル
  • Japan Reiji no Beadull
  • Japan Reiji's Beadull
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  • United States Reggie's Swalot
  • Japan レイジのマルノーム
  • Japan Reiji no Marunoom
  • Japan Reiji's Marunoom
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  • United States Paul's Honchkrow
  • Japan シンジのドンカラス
  • Japan Shinji no Donkarasu
  • Japan Shinji's Donkarasu

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Starly
  • Japan ムックル
  • Japan Mukkuru
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  • United States Bidoof
  • Japan ビッパ
  • Japan Bippa
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  • United States Kricketot
  • Japan コロボーシ
  • Japan Koroboshi
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  • United States Shinx
  • Japan コリンク
  • Japan Kolink
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  • United States Cherubi
  • Japan チェリンボ
  • Japan Cherinbo
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08:25

Eyecatch Diamond and Pearl Eyecatch

Fourth variation of the Diamond and Pearl Intro and Return Eyecatches featuring Hikari, Satoshi and Takeshi.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:03 1997-1998-M41 All's Well That Ends Well The group arrives into Tobari City.
Japan 00:24 Together <TVバージョン>
Japanese (Romanized): Together <TV Version>
Japanese (Trans): Together <TV Version>
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 01:51 2006-2010(DP)-Subtitle Diamond & Pearl Title Card
Japan 02:09 Movie 8 BGM - Aaron Leaves Lucario Movie 8 BGM - Lucario trains (with) Sumomo.
Japan 03:54 2006-2010(DP)-M14 The group gets to know Sumomo and Reiji.
Japan 05:21 ミュウ~はじまりの樹2
Japanese (Romanized): Mew ~ Hajimari no ki 2
Japanese (Trans): Mew ~ The Tree of World's Origin 2
Movie 8 BGM - Reiji explains the situation with Lucario and Sumomo.
Japan 06:31 Movie 3 BGM - Checking E-Mail Movie 3 BGM - Sumomo tells about her defeat with Shinji.
Japan 08:05 Movie 9 BGM - Haruka Calls for Manaphy Movie 9 BGM - Hikari offers to help Sumomo and goes with Lucario.
Japan 08:26 2006-2010(DP)-Eyecatch C Eyecatch Break
Japan 08:31 2006-2010(DP)-M21 210ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 210-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 210 (Day)
Sponsor Message
Japan 08:42 2006-2010(DP)-Eyecatch A Eyecatch Return
Japan 09:29 2006-2010(DP)-M06B ~君のそばで(ヒカリのテーマ)~ (BONUS-TRACK) 君のそばで〜バラード・インストVER.〜
Japanese (Romanized): Kimi no soba de (Ballad/Instrumental VER.)
Japanese (Trans): By Your Side (Ballad/Instrumental VER.)
Hikari tries to relate Sumomo's ongoing crisis with her own.
Japan 10:33 2006-2010(DP)-M17 Rocket Gang's Diamond & Pearl Motto
Japan 11:53 ロケット団のテーマ
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan no Theme
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang Theme
Movie 5 BGM - Rocket Gang tries to persuade Lucario to join them, but it blasts them off.
Japan 12:47 友情~はじまりの樹へ2
Japanese (Romanized): Yuujou ~ Hajimari no ki e
Japanese (Trans): Friendship ~ To the Tree of World's Origin
Movie 8 BGM - Hikari offers a battle to Sumomo.
Japan 13:51 Together
Japanese (Romanized): Together
Satoshi battles Reiji.
Japan 16:41 光の戦士サトシ
Japanese (Romanized): Hikari no Senshi Satoshi
Japanese (Trans): Soldier of Light, Satoshi
Movie 9 BGM - Reiji sends out Marunoom next against Satoshi, who in turn replaces Naetle with Mukubird.
Japan 19:30 ポケモン シンフォニック メドレー(TVバージョン) ~Pokémon Symphonic Medley~
Japanese (Romanized): Pokémon Symphonic Medley (TV Version)
Japanese (Trans): Pokémon Symphonic Medley (TV Version)
Reiji orders a Brave Bird to Mukuhawk.
Japan 21:23 劇場版ポケットモンスター2002タイトルテーマ
Japanese (Romanized): Gekijouban Pocket Monsters 2002 Title Theme
Japanese (Trans): Theatrical Edition Pocket Monsters 2002 Title Theme
Movie 5 BGM - Reiji agrees to let Satoshi's Mukubird learn Brave Bird. Hikari then announces she's going to battle Sumomo first.
Japan 21:54 風のメッセージ
Japanese (Romanized): Kaze no Message
Japanese (Trans): Message of the Wind
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:14 2006-2010(DP)-M22 206ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 206-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 206 (Day)
Professor Okido's Pokémon Encyclopedia
Japan 23:19 2006-2010(DP)-M08 201ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 201-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 201 (Day)
Okido explains the characteristics of Eteboth.
Japan 24:03 Okido's Senryū Theme Okido recites a Senryū.
Japan 24:14 2006-2010(DP)-M05 ~君のそばで(ヒカリのテーマ)~ (BONUS-TRACK)
Japanese (Romanized): Kimi no soba de (Hikari no Theme)
Japanese (Trans): By Your Side (Hikari's Theme)
Diamond & Pearl Episode 67 preview
Japan 24:44 2006-2010(DP)-M01 けんきゅうじょ(オープニング)
Japanese (Romanized): Kenkyūjo (Opening)
Japanese (Trans): Laboratory (Opening)
Sponsor Message

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 25
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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