It wouldn't take more that 30 seconds. As he gets up, he and Ash hit each other's heads. Pikachu posing was cute too. When he takes the camera away from his eye the Sawsbuck are gone, but he thanks them regardless. The pictures shows all four seasonal forms of Sawsbuck together in one place. Then, the summer Sawsbuck is joined by three more Sawsbuck, one from each of the other three seasons. The Sawsbuck asks them to follow, as Ash follows them to a spring that looks exactly like the one in the photograph.
Pikachu starts posing and the photographer asks where Ash caught a Pikachu, finding one in Unova must be incredibly rare. Robert takes this opportunity to suddenly remember that his Grandpa told him that this particular mountain contained areas that felt like thin stretches in the fabric reality leading to other worlds, which isn't the type of thing that is likely to stick in your head. Ash and his friends introduce themselves, while Robert introduces himself as a Pokémon Photographer. Waking, Robert has no idea where he is until Ash points out the Sawsbuck to him, and in his excitement he manages to slam headfirst into Ash. Robert takes photographs of some Pidove flying in the sky, some Swadloon in the bushes, and some Cottonee floating around. During the fall, it sports a cream tuft of fur on its chest, and the leaves on its antlers are red and brown. Or instead of having some stupid subplot of Robert being poisoned.
The stag survives and escapes, and the next year he discovers a stag with a cherry tree growing out of its head. The spring's power cures his poisoning, however, and he wakes up to behold the four Sawsbuck standing across the spring from them. Its appearance changes depending on the season. On the way to Driftveil City, Ash and friends stop at a Pokémon Center where they meet a Pokémon Photographer named Robert. For Ash, perception is reality, there's a photo of it and therefore it is real! He explains that wild Pokémon will never appear when a photographer wants, even if it takes days, a photographer has to be patient and wait for the moment to come. The only acceptable excuse however is Iris and Cilan, since they were barely in the episode, their Pokemon weren't necessary. To Avoid the current hassles there is this disclaimer for those Who want to use it without permission: You shall not post this on anywhere for public use You shall not sell this for public use Do not replicate and forward without permission Do not claim this as yours Do Not Translate it into your language and claim ownership As the episode starts, Pidove are shown flying through the sky.
Ash, Iris, and Cilan, wanting to see the Sawsbuck as well, join Robert on his journey. Iris and Cilan notice something amazing in the old photos—a single shot of four Sawsbuck, one from every season. The plants on Sawsbuck's horns change depending on the time of year, and people often use them to measure the passing of the seasons. On the third and fourth pages, there is a Staravia, Bidoof, Skorupi, Cherubi and Lickilicky. Unfortunately, Robert is still sick and can't see. Sawsbuck: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, All Present!! You are aware that such an argument only works after the episode has aired. The episode would've benefited more if the group's Pokemon were involved.
This applies to Eggs as well. I wonder where Iris and Cilan are though. Robert shows Ash and his friends a spring that is in the photograph. Ash scans the Deerling with his Pokédex. What's the point in Ash having Pokemon if he doesn't use them. They're relieved too no show for them without Ash around! Robert and Ash get separated in the fog from Cilan and Iris. Robert comments that unfortunately that is not where his grandfather took the photograph since the big tree is not there.
A flashback is shown with Robert as a kid while talking with his grandfather. Pokémononoke Ash and a character of the day get lost in time and space Chance would be a fine thing Put a fucking auto-focus on your camera! Italic indicates an or alternate form of this Pokémon receives from this move. Robert then tells them that his dream is to find the same location where his grandfather took the photo and be able to capture the same image himself, and he has deduced that the Sawsbuck are somewhere on the mountain near the Pokémon Center. This also marked the debuts of both the Summer Form and Autumn Form Sawsbuck. Believing this to be impossible, they question Robert and he says he wants to try and find the place the picture was taken and prove that the picture is real. Robert says that it must be the path that his grandfather took. Ash decides to help the photographer in his quest, but things get tricky when the wild Pokémon start acting strange Discuss Yes, the episode starts off with the trio in the Pokemon center.
I was expecting Tranquill to scout but Roberto actually had a flying pokemon to scout which makes sense for him to have one. Ash says to Robert that it's amazing how many photographs his grandfather took over the years. Ash says that the fog is too thick. A photograph of a Watchog is on that page as well. He isn't, but he is an enthusiastic supporter of their craft of course, much to Iris' consternation.
But just as all is looking lost, Deerling returns, walking side by side with a. Robert tells Ash that they could say his grandfather caught all of the Pokémon, but as in a photographer taking pictures of all of them. Did he get it in time? Its eyes have light-orange markings that curve down to sides of its face. Robert asks Ash where he got Pikachu, and thinks that it was caught in the wild in Unova. Since this is thought to be impossible, as Sawsbuck's antlers change with the seasons, the photo was previously dismissed as a fake. Please note that these websites' privacy policies and security practices may differ from The Pokémon Company International's standards. It doesn't seem to be working though, but then the spring begins to glow golden, like a sun shining bright with positive healing power.
Right now I don't care about Ash's older gen Pokemon, I'm talking about his Unova Pokemon. The episode ends with a desk shown that has both Robert's picture, and his grandfather's picture of the Sawsbuck. Saws may also be an acronym for the names of the seasons summer, autumn, winter, and spring. Ash has a more optimistic point of view though, this means they're close to the location of the Sawsbuck photograph. Ash says that since there is a picture of it, then it must be possible, as Robert tells Ash that his grandfather said the exact same thing.