Pokemon Anime Online Shares Free Episodes About Gift Giving
The Pokemon Company is making many episodes of the Pokemon anime, which centre on giving presents, freely online in honour of the holidays. The anime has a particular place in the hearts of many Pokemon lovers. The anime features episodes focused on several holidays and cover both happy and difficult emotions. Pokemon enthusiasts celebrating with family, friends, or alone may enjoy revisiting some of these classic Pokemon anime episodes.
Technically, most of the Pokemon anime is already accessible to watch for free online. Seasons 1, 2, 10, 11, 12, and 20 through 24 are now accessible to view on the official Pokemon website at any time. These are the Pokemon anime periods, which include “The Beginning,” “Diamond and Pearl,” “Sun & Moon,” and “Journeys.” If there is a special episode or tale from one of the Pokemon anime series, viewers may watch it at any time.
The Pokemon Company has put together a unique collection of Pokemon anime episodes accessible to see for a short period as a special event to finish out 2022 and enter 2023. The “Presents ‘n’ Pokemon” collection focuses on Pokemon anime episodes in which characters give presents to their friends, family, or even their Pokemon. The collection is on display until January 6th.
Many of the episodes included in the Presents ‘n’ Pokemon collection are not accessible anywhere else. For example, one of many fans’ favourite anime moments is Ash giving Serena a present beneath the Pledging Tree in Season 18, which isn’t accessible on the Pokemon website. However, it has been temporarily opened exclusively for this unique holiday event.
In all, ten episodes have been unlocked. “The Battling Eevee Brothers” from Season 1 and “Wherefore Art Thou, Pokemon?” from Season 2 are among the episodes. “Hi Ho Silver… Away” from Season 5 “The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing,” Season 9, “The Dream Continues!” Season 16 “Under the Pledging Tree!” from Season 18 “Alola to New Adventure!” season 20 “So Long, Sophocles!” from season 20, “The Professors’ New Adventure!” from season 21, and “The Secret Princess!” from season 22.
This is clearly just a small selection of episodes that suit the basic subject of what The Pokemon Company is producing. It could have easily focused on Christmas-like festivities, winter pleasure, or other topics. After all, Pokemon is a pretty lengthy anime. Regardless, this is a unique and considerate present for Pokemon enthusiasts. Here’s hope that the selection of gift-related Pokemon anime episodes brightens some viewers’ Christmas.