Pokemon X And Y Anime English Dub To Premiere Tomorrow On Cartoon Network: Watch Episode 13 'Sylveon VS Froakie! Commotion In Kindergarten!!' In Japanese Now!
By Robert Kuang | January 17, 2014 10:34 AM EST
A new episode of the Pokemon X and Y anime has just aired in Japan, and now fans can watch episode 13 online!
In this Pokemon X and Y anime episode, Ash and his companions encounter a Pokemon trainer while heading towards Cyllage City. The trainer challenges Ash to battle and uses Sylveon, the first Fairy-type Pokemon Ash has ever battled! Will Ash win or lose to this new challenge?
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Pokemon X and Y anime episode 13 is titled "Sylveon VS Froakie! Commotion in Kindergarten!!" and aired on January 16 in Japan. But now, the episode has appeared on YouTube for everyone to enjoy.
A special thanks to YouTuber OPieceCH for uploading this episode, which you can watch below:
For those anxiously waiting for the English dub of the Pokemon X and Y anime, the wait is finally over!
Starting tomorrow, Cartoon Network will begin airing the English version of the anime on a weekly basis, and international fans will be able to enjoy the episodes in English!
Although the English broadcast will be airing behind the Japanese schedule, you can check out a teaser trailer of the English premiere below:
Are you excited for the English premiere of the anime?
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