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Jul 10

Movie 22 Website Updates with Report from Sachiko Kobayashi's Appearance at Adult-Only Pre-Screening

Posted by Adamant | July 10th 2019 at 11:28 PM EDT
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The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

Sachiko Kobayashi Descended to the Adult-Only Pre-Screening to Great Surprise!!




An adult-only pre-screening was held in Tokyo Monday July 8th.

Opportunities to buy tickets were available via lottery, and this time we got an incredible 10 times as many people signing up for it as there were tickets!
Some of the fans lucky enough to win could be seen crying from the point the movie started, presumably due to all the memories of their childhood that were coming at them.
It looked like especially many were holding handkerchiefs and tissues against their eyes as "Kaze to issho ni" played alongside the end credits, looking overcome by emotions.

And believe it or not, but on this day, guest voice actor and theme song performer Sachiko Kobayashi was actually watching the movie from the audience alongside the fans...!
When a surprise stage appearance by Sachiko Kobayashi was announced after the screening, she was pressing her hands against her eyes as she made her descent on the stage, saying "I was crying from the very beginning of the movie too..."!
The audience received her warmly and with thunderous applause.



When Kobayashi started singing Kaze to issho ni with the line "Aruki tsuzukete...", the audience could be heard quietly singing along as if they knew the lyrics by heart.
Sobbing voices could also be heard alongside them, the audience breaking out in tears of gratitude.

Sachiko Kobayashi's comment:
The first thing that came to mind as I watched this year's movie was how wonderful the visuals were. And just like when I watched the first movie, I couldn't stop crying when I saw the movie's bonds between Pokémon and Pokémon, and between Pokémon and humans, that depicted our world's "eternal theme": "The desire for a world without conflict".
There were people tearing up from the start of the second half all the way until the end credits...
Once again I feel how this movie, and its theme song, is filled with the memories of many many people.
Those of you who were children in 1998 grew up, became members of society and started working. I felt like your mother as I sang this song with all my heart, hoping to reach you.
When I was singing the song right now, there were people sitting right in front of me, crying... and I got worried I wouldn't be able to sing properly because I'd start crying along with them. (laughs)


"Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" finally premieres Friday July 12th!!

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3776

Article edited on 2019-07-11 12:29:56 by Adamant
Jul 08

Movie 22 Website Updates with Report from LA Premiere, Pokémon GO Event and Special Promo Video

Posted by Adamant | July 8th 2019 at 12:41 PM EDT
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The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

"Mewtwo Strikes Back"'s LA Premiere was a Huge Success! We Also Release the Latest News on Pokémon GO, as Well as a Special Video That Features Rita Ora's Singing!!


The Enthusiastically Received LA Premiere
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"Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" was invited to the largest anime convention in North America, "Anime Expo 2019" in Los Angeles, USA, where it had its LA premiere Thursday July 4th (local time)!

This first international screening was attended by the person indispensable to Pokémon, Satoshi's voice actress Rica Matsumoto, as well as Director Kunihiko Yuyama and Director Motonori Sakakibara.

The day before the premiere, the three of them visited the entrance of TCL Chinese Theatre, where the premiere of the first Pokémon movie, "Pocket Monsters the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back", had taken place.
As they were standing at this spot that had become "the Pokémon movies' first step towards the world", they talked about their thoughts towards the next day's screening, which was going to be this movie's overseas debut.

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Matsumoto:
There's going to be so many people watching the movie with us I get goosebumps at the mere mention of the premiere. All kinds of people continue to love the Pokémon World, including both the video games and the movies, and I would love if it could connect them and form a circle of happy faces. Let's get smiles!

Director Yuyama
I came to America to see an actual screening of the first movie back when it was in theaters here, and it was a very novel experience to witness the audience yelling "Yay!" during the opening and when Satoshi made his appearance. Now I'm back in America again after 21 years, and I'm really excited to see how the movie will be received this time.

Director Sakakibara
3DCG animation is mainstream in America, so I'm looking forward to seeing how the movie will be received. I was working on a movie back when the first Pokémon movie premiered, and when I saw with my own eyes that a movie like that, a product of the Japanese entertainment industry, became such a massive blockbuster, I was thinking how I really wanted to make a movie like that myself one day. Though I'm still astonished I got to work on one now, 20 years later.

On the day of the LA premiere itself, Anime Expo hosted an autograph session, a screening of the Japanese version of the feature film with English subtitles, as well as stage greetings.
At the autograph session, we got both fans cosplaying Satoshi taking photos with Matsumoto and fans that wanted their personal Pokémon memorabilia autographed.
Some fans had even been waiting in line all night, and they exploded with joy when they got their autograph, showing just how much it meant to them.

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When the screening finally begun, the audience burst out in loud cheers.
Adults and children displayed a variety of emotions as they were taking in the movie; One moment they were watching the opening scene where Mewtwo swears revenge on the humans with their eyes glued to the screen as they sat there in complete silence, the next they were roaring with laughter as the Rocket Gang made their appearance, and at the end they were watching the exchange between Satoshi and Pikachu with their cheeks wet with tears.

And when the post-screening stage greetings began, Matsumoto, Director Yuyama and Director Sakakibara received a warm welcome by the local fans, who greeted them with loud cheers and thunderous applause.

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Matsumoto:
I'm seeing the earliest days of Pokémon flash before my eyes, and I really wish I could've told everyone back then that a day like this would come. Seeing your reactions, like how you cheer loudly out of love for Pokémon, brings tears to my eyes.

Director Yuyama:
I've made more than 20 Pokémon movies so far, but this is the first 3DCG one, so this time I was watching your reactions to it with the same excitement as if this was my debut movie. What did you all think of it? (the audience applauded loudly)

Director Sakakibara:
I could feel the Pokémon love in your cheers, and it made me really happy we made this movie. This is an amazing feeling.

When Matsumoto performed "Mezase Pokémon Master", the enthusiasm from the audience hit its absolute peak.
The phrase "Pokémon is a universal language" truly fits this situation, and Matsumoto, Director Yuyama and Director Sakakibara all got caught up in the whirlpool of enthusiasm the LA premiere had turned into!
They truly had a blast as the event concluded with a commemorative photo taken with roughly 2800 Pokémon fans.
After the highly successful LA premiere had concluded, Matsumoto commented "All kinds of things were coming to my mind and I got deeply moved, thinking about how it's really been 21 years now. I'm really grateful I've had all this, it's something very few people will ever be able to feel or experience. I'm happy to have shared my song and thoughts with all you LA fans."

The movie and Pokémon GO are having a crossover! Armored Mewtwo makes its appearance!
A Pokémon GO promotion video that utilized various scenes from "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution", a crossover between the two, premiered at Anime Expo.
Armored Mewtwo, the restrained form from the movie that suppresses Mewtwo's power, will appear in Pokémon GO between Thursday July 11th and Wednesday July 31st Japanese time.
And if you win a raid battle against it, you'll have the chance to get Armored Mewtwo as well!

A special promotion video set to one of singer Rita Ora's songs has been released!
A special promotion video for "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" featuring one of Rita Ora's songs was released as well. Rita Ora is an artist popular all over the world that also handled the theme song for "Detective Pikachu", which was released in May this year.
This is a must see video where Ora's bright, clear and wonderful singing goes perfectly with the beautiful 3DCG Pokémon world.



The LA premiere came to an end amidst great enthusiasm.
The Japanese premiere finally takes place Friday July 12th!
Keep looking more and more forward to it!

©2019 Niantic, Inc.
©2019 Pokémon. ©1995-2019 Nintendo/Creatures Inc. /GAME FREAK inc.

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3763

Article edited on 2019-07-09 12:48:18 by Adamant
Jul 05

Movie 22 Website Updates with Report from the Pre-Premiere

Posted by Adamant | July 5th 2019 at 09:32 PM EDT
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The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

A Report from the Pre-Premiere


The movie's pre-premiere was held in Tokyo Sunday June 30th.
Sachiko Kobayashi, Koichi Yamadera, Rica Matsumoto, Director Kunihiko Yuyama, Director Motonori Sakakibara, Shoko Nakagawa and the Pokémon Kids 2019 were all present on the stage.
And so were Mewtwo and Pikachu.



Director Yuyama started off by greeting the audience:
"All the Pokémon movies we've made so far has been in 2D, so I'm looking forward to seeing how this first full 3DCG movie will be received. Since "Mewtwo Strikes Back" was the first ever Pokémon movie we made, 21 years ago, it serves as somewhat of a nucleus of the entire Pokémon anime, so I'm looking forward to learning what kind of thoughts both those that watched it 21 years ago and those that are now watching it for the first time have on it."
When he was asked what he felt as he was directing this year's movie,
he replied "I wanted us to go back to where it all began and make it so that even more people would watch this movie."



Next, Director Sakakibara commented
"This year's movie is in 3DCG, which is why I get to be part of a Pokémon movie for the first time. 21 years ago, when the original movie premiered, I was there in the audience. That movie was a huge hit in America, and I wished I could make a movie like that some day. I'm really happy to be given that chance with this movie."
Sakakibara has been active on the forefront of Hollywood for many years,
and when he was asked what it was like to try making the first ever 3DCG Pokémon movie, he had the following to say:
"There were a lot of challenges involved, but the one that was on my mind the most was how to recreate the atmosphere, and these anime characters that truly represent Japan, in 3D. As an example, we had to figure out how we should interpret those bits on Satoshi's cheeks that turn into Zs, and while we thought of various ways to do that, in the end we came to the conclusion that if we kept their designs true to their original ones they'd turn out fine. I hope you'll pay attention to them as you watch the movie."



Rica Matsumoto, who plays Satoshi, then greeted the audience with an energetic
"All right, everyone, here I go! ...I got a Pokémon!"!
She continued: "I'm extremely happy that this 21 year old movie could be reborn in 3DCG and brought to you guys, and that I got to be part of it as Satoshi! I'm really moved by it all."
She was then asked what she felt when she first saw Satoshi, who you could call her alter ego, in 3DCG for the first time, to which she replied
"I thought his teeth were really nice. I was also really surprised at how realistic the material his hat is made of looked."
"The visuals were so overwhelming I started crying just 3 seconds in", she continued. "I am confident that this is a movie that will stick around for both 100 and 200 years in the future, so please look forward to it, everyone."



Sachiko Kobayashi, who plays Voyager, the woman managing the wharf, was next:
"I played Voyager 21 years ago, and I'm playing Voyager this year as well. When we were dubbing the movie, I said "(uses a cute high-pitched voice) I'm Voyager!" in what I thought sounded like a much younger voice that resembled the one I had 21 years ago, and the director just went "You can talk like the present Kobayashi-san" (laughs). This really ended up being a wonderful movie. Please enjoy it,"
she said, giving a greeting that included a behind-the-scenes story from the dubbing session which drew laughter from the audience.



Koichi Yamadera, who is in his 22nd Pokémon movie in a row this year, and who is reprising his role as Mew this time, punned
"I get to be in these movies every year, but when I see the smiles on your faces, it makes me really happy to be here with you-kata!", standing there in his yukata. And when he heard the children in the audience cheer, he greeted them with "It's been a while, but... Kyo mo genki ni, O-HA!"
He then continued: "Pokémon made it so that I got to host a TV show called Oha Suta, and that changed my life a lot. Not too long after that show started, "Mewtwo Strikes Back" happened, and while I got to play the role of Mew back then as well, I was also promoting the movie on Oha Suta at the same time. That movie was such a big hit all over the world it became a social phenomenon, and the fact that I was right there constantly seeing how the movie made such a massive impression on everyone that saw it makes me really happy to be able to play Mew here in "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution". I was a bit worried that I wouldn't be able to do the high voice, but I did my best, so please forget what I look like (laughs) and watch the movie!"



Shoko Nakagawa and all the Pokémon Kids 2019 then came onto the stage and joined Sachiko Kobayashi in a performance of "Kaze to issho ni".





Matsumoto, who had been listening to the performance, shared her thoughts on it, saying "I got really moved, remembering how happy I and my fellow voice actors got 21 years ago, when it was decided there was going to be a Pokémon movie.", with Yamadera commenting "You're trying to hold back your tears with all your might."

Kobayashi then shared a story from the "Kaze to issho ni" events she's currently doing with Nakagawa:
"I've seen mothers, holding their children, singing along with this song without any lyric sheets or anything. And...", she said to Nakagawa,
who continued, going "...and there's been adult men crying loudly as they remembered their childhood. Their eyes were all using Hydro Pump."
When she was asked what it was like to sing this song, Nakagawa replied "I got the feels! So so many feels!"
She then continued: "This song is full of precious memories for me. To sing it as an adult together with the Pokémon Kids 2019, as well as having it live on like this, expanding its popularity, working with Pokémon to make people smile... it really is a wonderful start to the Reiwa era.



The moderator then asked everyone "Pokémon Trainers set off on their journey when they are 10. What did you do when you were 10?"
Here is what they replied:
Kobayashi: "I sang "Usotsuki kamome" at the Tokyo Olympics."
Matsumoto: "I wasn't all that different from Satoshi. I was a girl with a similarly strong sense of justice as the one he has."
Yamadera: "I loved doing impressions, and was imitating all kinds of animals."
Nakagawa: "That was the year before the Pokémon games were released, so we were still in the Pre-Pokémon Era, but I loved video games, I loved drawing, I was friends with cats, and now I've become an adult that hasn't changed one bit in that regard."

Finally, the stage greetings ended with Director Yuyama saying "I think this is a movie that condenses everything Pokémon has been so far, so I hope you enjoy it."

"Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" finally premieres next week, Friday July 12th!
Make sure to come watch it, okay?

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3735

Article edited on 2019-07-08 07:30:19 by Adamant
Jul 05

Movie 22 Website Updates with Info on Tie-in Event at Osaka Station City

Posted by Adamant | July 5th 2019 at 12:23 AM EDT
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The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

Celebrating the Movie's Premiere! A Pikachu March in Osaka




To celebrate the movie's premiere on Friday July 12th,
a Pikachu march will take place at Toki-no-hiroba Plaza at Osaka Station Saturday July 13th!!
There's also going to be a rock-paper-scissors tournament where you can win merchandise that can't be bought anywhere!

Time and date:
Saturday July 13th at 11am (lasts about 30 minutes)

Location:
Toki-no-hiroba Plaza, Osaka Station City, Osaka Station
https://osakastationcity.com/fff2019/

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3725
Jun 26

Toho Announces Premiere Day Stage Greetings for Movie 22

Posted by Adamant | June 26th 2019 at 03:12 PM EDT
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Toho's website has announced stage greetings for "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution". Translations follow:



We will hold premiere day stage greetings for Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution!

Premiere day stage greetings for the movie "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" will be held according to the schedule listed below.
We look forward to your lottery entries.

Official site

Date and times: Saturday July 13th, after the 9am screening

Location: Toho Cinemas Hibiya Screen 12
(in the Tokyo Takarazuka Building basement, 2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda)

Speakers: Masachika Ichimura, Sachiko Kobayashi, Koichi Yamadera, Rica Matsumoto, Shoko Nakagawa, Director Kunihiko Yuyama, Director Motonori Sakakibara, Pikachu, Mewtwo
*Please note that the scheduled speakers is subject to change.

Ticket sale system: The premiere day stage greeting screenings use designated seat/theater emptying systems.
Designated seat tickets are sold via the two systems detailed below:
System 1: Tickets are sold at the theater ticket counter to winners selected via lottery from those who fill in the entry form. (100 seats for the 9am screening at Toho Cinemas Hibiya.)
System 2: Tickets are sold to winners of the Ticket Pia lottery. (for the 9am screenings at Toho Cinemas Hibiya.)

*Purchasing tickets for resale purposes is strictly prohibited.
*Neither systems allows you to choose your seat number.
*Please check the ticket itself for your seat number.
*Only winners from the system 1 lottery are able to exchange their mvtk card for a designated seat ticket at Toho Cinemas Hibiya.
*mvtk cards can be used from the day after purchase.
*Ticket sales are limited to 4 tickets per person.

System 1: Tickets are sold at the theater ticket counter to winners selected via lottery from those who fill in the entry form.

Potential screening: Toho Cimemas Hibiya (9am screening)
Number of available seats: 100 (up to 4 per person)
*Note that you will not be able to specify your seat.
Entry deadline: Wednesday July 3rd at noon
How to enter: Check the notes specified at the bottom of this page, then click the "Enter" button to proceed to the entry form page. Fill out the entry form with the required information, then press the "Enter" button.
*Each person should only enter once.
*If the form is incomplete, or if you send in multiple entries, your entries will be discarded.
*Also, note that winners will be notified via postcard.
How winners will be notified: Winners will be notified by postcard.
These postcards are scheduled to arrive around Friday July 7th.
Regarding the handling of personal information: The personal information (name, address, age) those entering the lottery for the "Mewtwo Strikes Back" premiere day stage greeting (hereafter referred to as "the event") theater ticket counter ticket sale fill out when entering will be handled by Toho Co., Ltd. and Toho Cinemas Ltd. and will only be used for the event's lottery, winner notification and ticket exchange. After the event, this personal information will be disposed of in an appropriate manner.
Organizers: Toho Co., Ltd. and Toho Cinemas Ltd.
Regarding the ticket exchange/purchase: Once you've received a winner notification postcard, please visit Toho Cinemas Hibiya during the ticket exchange/purchase period noted below, making sure to bring with you the winner notification postcard and proof of identity (driver's license, insurance card, student ID, or other item that can prove you are the lottery winner). You will be sold a designated seat ticket with the seat number noted on the winner notification postcard. If you already have a mvtk card, we will exchange it for a designated seat ticket at the ticket counter.
Prices:
Toho Cinemas Hibiya:
Standard: 1,900 yen *starting June 1st 2019
College students/vocational school students: 1,500 yen
High school students/juniors (middle school students and younger): 1,000 yen
People with disability certificate (up to 1 companion): 1,000 yen
Seniors (age 60 and up): 1,200 yen *starting June 1st 2019
*Students are asked to please bring their student ID.
*You may be asked to present proof of your age.
Ticket exchange/purchase period: Wednesday July 10th to Saturday July 13th
*The exchange and purchase can be done between roughly 10am to 9pm every day.
*Note that on Saturday July 13th, the exchange and purchase can be performed until the screening you won tickets for starts.
*Only the person whose name is written on the winner notification postcard may exchange and purchase designated seat tickets.
*When exchanging or purchasing your ticket, please make sure to bring with you the winner notification postcard and proof of identity (driver's license, insurance card, student ID, or other item that can prove you are the lottery winner). Note that you will not be able to receive your ticket without these.
*Exchanging a pre-order ticket for a designated seat ticket will only be done at the theater ticket counter.
*mvtk cards can be used from the day after purchase.
*Note that we will not do reservations over the phone.
Customer support: Toho Co., Ltd. PR department, TEL:03-3591-1290
Hours: Thursday June 27th to Friday July 12th (11am-5pm, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)

Note: Due to heavy traffic, there may be difficulties getting the entry page to display at times. In this case, please attempt to access it again after a while.
Winners will be chosen via lottery among those who entered before the deadline.
Please note that for security reasons, the entry form may not be accessible to people using certain mobile devices (feature phones).

After agreeing to the above details, click here to enter the lottery

System 2: Tickets are sold to winners of the Ticket Pia lottery.

Potential screening: Toho Cimemas Hibiya (9am screenings)
Entry URL: https://w.pia.jp/s/mewtwo19kb/
(for both computers and cell phones)
Entry period: Wednesday June 26th at 6pm to Monday July 8th at 11am
Lottery result announcement: Monday July 8th at 8pm
Start of ticket exchange period: Wednesday July 10th at 10am.
*Tickets can be exchanged from Wednesday July 10th at 10am and on.
*Please check the ticket itself for your seat number.
*Ticket sales are limited to 4 tickets per person.
*Note that we can not exchange your mvtk card.
*Note that you can not change or get a refund for your ticket after winning.
Prices:
Toho Cinemas Hibiya:
Standard: 2,100 yen
College students/vocational school students: 1,700 yen
High school students/juniors (middle school students and younger): 1,200 yen
People with disability certificate (up to 1 companion): 1,200 yen
Seniors (age 60 and up): 1,400 yen
*Students are asked to please bring their student ID.
*You may be asked to present proof of your age.
Pickup of won tickets:
Ticket Pia stores: Opening hours 10am to 8pm (varies depending on store)
Family Mart: Open 24/7
*You can get your ticket at any time (excluding Tuesday and Wednesday 1:30am to 5:30am)
7-Eleven: Open 24/7
*You can get your ticket at any time
Customer support regarding the Ticket Pia lottery:
Frequently asked questions can be found here: http://pia.jp/sp/faq/
For other questions, contact [email protected]
*When asking questions via email, please put "映画『ミュウツーの逆襲 EVOLUTION』公開記念舞台挨拶特別抽選販売について" in the subject field.
Tickets for screening with more seats than winners are planned to be available for sale at regular rates at the theater starting Wednesday July 10th. Details on how to purchase these will be announced on this home page.

Notes:
*Purchasing tickets for resale purposes is strictly prohibited.
*The premiere day stage greeting screenings can not be attended by others than those with designated seat tickets.
*Ticket Pia purchases are done with credit card payment only.
*mvtk cards can be used from the day after purchase.
*Note that you will not be allowed to stand up during the stage greetings.
*Photographing or recording video with a camera or recording device (including cell phone cameras) inside the venue is strictly prohibited.
*You will not be able to change your ticket or get it refunded after exchange or purchase for any reason.
*Note that the guests and stage greetings are subject to change without notice.
*Note that we may be forced to cancel the event due to weather or public transport operation issues.
*Please note that media coverage recordings and our own recordings inside the venue may be shown on TV or published online or in magazines. Footage from the events may also be used on DVD products that will be sold at a later date. By attending this event, you agree your personal information (right of publicity) can be used in this manner.
*Lining up by the theater the night before the premiere will be strictly prohibited due to disaster prevention, safety concerns and it being a nuisance for neighbours.
*Visual recording (including photographs) and audio recordings by attendees is prohibited, and we will refuse entry to those who that will not consent to this ban on bringing recording equipment into the venue. Should any attendee bring any such equipment into the venue, or use any such equipment there, the equipment will be confiscated upon the attendee's exit and the data will be deleted. The attendee may also be punished or held liable for damages. Thank you for helping combat piracy.

Source: https://info.toho.co.jp/19poke_kb/top.html

Article edited on 2019-06-26 03:20:38 by Adamant
Jun 24

Movie 22 Website Updates with Riddle Game

Posted by Adamant | June 24th 2019 at 08:01 AM EDT
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The official Pokémon movie website has updated with a site-wide riddle system. Translations follow:

A Special Riddle Session Commemorating the Real Escape Game/Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution Crossover "Escape From Mewtwo Castle"!


quiz


Try solving the riddles!
You are a Pokémon Trainer who has lost your way into Mewtwo's castle.
It appears you will have to discover hidden riddles and codes in order to escape.
Solve all the riddles and escape
before you're found by the Mewtwo Balls, which will try to steal your Pokémon!

The first clue!
Search the front page and click 3 times on the full moon that shines behind the windmill!

The second clue!



You're being chased by the Mewtwo Balls!

Solve this riddle and find the next piece of information before they catch up to you!

To find the next clue, search the story page and click three times on Kamex!
The second clue


The third clue!




You're being chased by the Mewtwo Balls!

Solve this riddle and find the next piece of information before they catch up to you!

Search the character page and click three times on the answer to the riddle shown here!
The third clue


CLEAR!



You escaped!
You solved all the riddles!


Click the provided buttons to share your victory on Twitter or Facebook!

If you'd like to escape for real,
check this site out:
Try out the Real Escape Game/Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution crossover
"Escape From Mewtwo Castle"
Victory


Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/

Article edited on 2019-06-24 08:09:21 by Adamant
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