I think Thortan and Ruby will might get along very well XD
on 2012-Mar-20 17:54:41 Takamiya said
I may sound like a total Flamer but....Huh, the Sinnoh Batlle Frontier looks weaker than the Hoenn Batlle Frontier?Well, at least Thorton act the part, what with him forgeting about Loudred soundproof ability *sweatdrop*
I hope that's true not for favouritism, but because it's way more believable that Platinum wins against them so quickly, than they being at the same level as the Hoenn one( not that Platinum is weak, but at least Emerald had way more experience and Crystal let him borrow suitable pokemons for the matchs)
on 2012-Mar-20 20:50:09 Duke R said
@Takamiya I agree.
Maybe Scott chose the best Frontier Brains because he's not one of them, he's the owner. Palmer just called some of his friends, and that's what he got.
on 2012-May-19 10:24:13 Dreamingflower said
I think Thorton is the weakest robot... I mean frontier brain of the Sinnoh brains.. Second Kusaka was more rushed in this arc than in the Emerald arc.
on 2012-May-19 14:09:13 D-Omen said
I don't think the Battle Frontier needed to be any longer than it was, honestly. It showed all Frontier Brains in battle, had some cool strategies and generally avoided being a repeat of Emerald. Plus, the real plot was developing elsewhere.
on 2012-May-19 14:30:13 Lolipiece said
Exactly. The Platinum chapter is focused on Platinum's search for Paka and Uji, and the Battle Frontier is just something on the side, which makes it a reverse of the Emerald chapter.
on 2012-May-19 17:00:24 Duke R said
Uhum. It's only a sequel to the Diamond & Pearl chapter, the main characters didn't need to be introduced and almost all of their Pokémon were already caught. This chapter was short, but it had the plot flowing perfectly, it's as good as the others.