Between rumors and rumors, the 53rd episode of Pokémon exploration has finally made its debut, reserving a few twists and turns that delighted and upset many fans of the legendary series. A controversy has broken out on the net too, but that's exactly what happened.

Just as we announced in a special message, Goh was trying to catch a legendary Pokémon. Suicune, the same one who, among other things, will be the protagonist of a special episode. The mythical creature indeed She was captured by Goh who, even a little naively, threw a Poké Ball at her in hopes of saving him from bandits.

Suicune has indeed been captured, but when he notices a funny fall of his trainer, he decides to flee, although he is still suffering the damage of the fight against the hunters. Goh stubbornly decides to look for him and take care of his injuries, but another intervention by the bandits to catch the legendary seems to put him to the test again. Thanks to Ash's intervention, Goh decides to turn resolutely to Suicune, who eventually agrees to be guided in her movements.

The threat has definitely been averted and Goh is convinced to free Suicune, but surprisingly The legendary creature decides to stay by his side instead although it can still move freely and then return to its entourage if necessary. This choice of narrative upset many fans who failed to understand how an inexperienced trainer like Goh managed to get their hands on one of the most powerful Pokémon. Other users, however They criticized the ethics of this decision This could alienate Suicune from his role as the protector of the forest, and also find a minor excuse in the legendary's ability to get out and re-enter the Poké Ball at will.

As for you, what do you think of this twist instead? As usual, let us know what you think in the section devoted to comments.

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