The final episode of Ash finally gives the answer to the question that every Pokémon fan has ever asked: What does it mean to be a Pokémon Master?
This week the final chapter of Ash and Pikachu has been broadcast, with an emotional and symbolic farewell full of very well-spun details. Although he has left some things up in the air, the Ash’s ending in the Pokémon series It has served not only to start a new stage, but also to answer the question that every player and fan has ever asked: What is it to be a Pokémon Master?
This final chapter has been the engine for the one from Pueblo Paleta to reflect on it. He has already become the best, the best there will ever be, by proclaiming himself World Champion. But is he truly a Pokémon Master? That is the question that Gary Oak throws at him, and to which he does not know how to answer, until, in the final stretch of the episode, finds out.
For Ash, being a Pokémon Master is achieving befriend all the pokemon in the world. That is your answer to the big question. And, as we say, it’s yours. Because, if there is something that this farewell has made clear, it is that, in the end, being a teacher depends on the vision of each one.
That is the authentic final reflection that has left the goodbye, or the see you soon?, of our eternal protagonist: There is no single concept of what it is to be a Pokémon Master.. The reality is that it is something that depends on each Trainer. Maybe that’s why his journey isn’t over yet. Perhaps, also, that is why his missing father continues to discover the world.
His official name is finally revealed! The new series of Pokémon is called Pokémon Horizons, and here you have its latest Spanish trailer.
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