Pokemon X And Y Anime: New Character Bios And Teaser, Photos For Episode 4, 'Pikachu And Dedenne! Nuzzle!!'
By Staff Writer | October 31, 2013 11:13 AM EDT
The Pokemon X and Y anime is officially underway, and more information regarding the new characters as well as the latest episode has surfaced!
For those who are trying to catch up with the Pokemon X and Y anime, several new characters have been introduced, including Serena and Clemont.
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Here are some quick information about these new characters so X and Y fans can catch up with the anime.
Clemont, like in Pokemon X and Y the 3DS games, is the Lumiose City Gym Leader. He meets Ash when the gym mechanism malfunctions and nearly kills Ash! He is quick with making new inventions, and joins Ash on his journey after the incident at Prism Tower.
Serena is a new trainer who wants to be a Rhyhorn racer just like her mother. She has some unknown history with Ash, and is very interested in fashion.
And it seems in the latest Pokemon X and Y anime episode, both Serena and Clemont gain new Pokemon!
Check out a preview of episode 4, titled "Pikachu and Dedenne! Nuzzle!!"
This Pokemon X and Y anime episode has just aired in Japan, and soon it should be available online for fans to watch, perhaps even with English subtitles!
In the meantime, these screencaps will have to do! Stay tuned!
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