Pokémon Journeys Episode 132 Release Date, Time, Recap, Where to Watch?

The Pokémon Journeys Episode 132: The Finals IV: “Partner” will be the 1,217th episode of the Pokemon anime. It will feature the fourth installment of Ash (Satoshi) Vs Leon(Dande). It will hit the screens on November 11, 2022.

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What might happen in Pokémon Journeys Episode 132?

After Eternitus acts, Ash and Leon will restart their conflict. Ash and Leon will be able to employ Dynamax one more time because of the Galar particles that Eternitus will release.

Even while Ash and Pikachu are going to succeed and prevail, it’s also simple to understand why that may not be the case.

I could easily see this happening in a number of different ways, including the pretty unusual outcome of Leon defeating Pikachu in a double knockout combat between Charizard and Pikachu because Cinderrace is still alive.

Give a look at the preview of Pokémon Journeys Episode 132

Pokemon Journeys Episode 132 Release Date and Time

Pokemon Journeys Episode 132 will be released on 11th November 2022 at 6.55 pm JST in Japan. The title of Pokemon Journeys episode 132 is “The Finals IV: “Partner””.

Pokemon Journeys Episode 128 will release in other timezones:

  • 05.55 AM, ET, in the USA
  • 05.55 AM, EDT, in Canada
  • 10.55 AM, BST, in UK
  • 01.55 PM, GST, in UAE
  • 03.25 PM, IST, in India
  • 05.55 PM, SGT, in Singapore
  • 08.55 PM, AEST, in Australia

Where To Watch? You can watch every episode of Pokemon Journeys: The Series including Pokemon Journeys Episode 128 on Netflix.

Here is the Recap of Pokémon Journeys Episode 131: The Finals III: “The Strongest”

Leon only has three Pokemon left, whereas Ash still has four.

Ash’s Dragonite (X) Vs Leon’s Rillaboom (✅)

Did the announcer really just describe this as the single largest Pokemon fight in history as Leon was preparing Rillaboom? Leon immediately screams for a drum beat, but Ash responds with a hurricane that not only stops the drum beat but also deals some really powerful damage.

In order to counterattack, Rillaboom first pumps up the drum beat to block the storm before pushing further deeper and hitting Dragonite. This slows down the Dragonite, which is unfortunate because we already know how quick Leon’s Rillaboom is.

Leanne is able to stop Ash from using Dragonite’s Draco meteor by utilizing a drum beat, and Rillaboom even manages to wrap Dragonite up such that it nearly seems like it is using the vine whip.

Dragonite eventually sustains significant damage yet continues to stand. Ash is once more drawing it in close with a dragon claw, but Leon orders an acrobatic move, which is terrible because Rillaboom excels at them and may utilize them to position itself for the decisive strike.

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Rillaboom Defeats Dragonite making Leon equal to Ash in terms of the number of Pokemons left.

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Ash’s Sirfetch’d (X) Vs Leon’s Rillaboom (✅)

Leon chooses to engage Ash’s meteor assault head-on with high-powered weapons after ash brings up Sirfetch’d. Rillaboom initially manages to hold off well, but finally, the meteor assault does Landing serious damage. For a brief moment, Rillaboom appears dejected, yet this Pokemon defeated more than half of Diantha’s squad.

Since Sirfetch’d need to recharge after employing meteor assault, it is not yet complete.
Leon essentially receives a free hit from a monster with great horsepower, and Ash instructs Sirfetch’d to ride Sirfetch’d’s Shield. 

Rillaboom is now two up as Leon shifts to acrobatics in response to the beast’s ability to close in while evading a drum beat. Now it’s 2-3

Ash’s Dracovish (✅) Vs Leon’s Rillaboom (X)

Leon claims that the war is almost done. Oh come on, Ash still has the Pikachu and drakovish dream team.

With its shim mering scales and after exchanging a few blows, it is clear that the drakovish still has some type of influence over the State. This game comes down to drakovish utilizing his highly powered up version of Dragon Rush.

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Leon makes the decision to attack it hard and fast. It appears that this was steel-made. But Rillaboom is defeated because Dracovish is simply too powerful. Now it’s 2-2.

Ash’s Dracovish (X) Vs Leon’s Cinderace (✅)

Leon sentenced back out for the first time since the start of the match, Cinderace Speed is still too fast for Drakovish. We also witness a View high jump kick followed by a pyro ball. We now know that three of Cinderace’s moves are ground-type and fire-fighting techniques.

Its fourth move is revealed to us immediately after when Cinderace utilizes iron head to stop fishious rend attempt. When Ash orders another Dragon Rush, it appears that the Dragon Rush and high jump kick will collide.

Cinderrace leaps high above the attacking drakovish, evading it and positioning itself for a solid strike. When I noticed the dragon’s scales had stopped blowing, I knew this was done. Now, it’s 1-2 with Ash being left to only pikachu

The epic legendary battle between Ash’s Pikachu and Leon’s Charizard takes place as the episode comes to the end

Leon swaps in Charizard, who hasn’t yet started the battle, after realizing this. Pikachu must knock down Leon’s final two pokemon.  Ash retorts that he and Pikachu are the same way when Leon says how Charizard has always been his buddy to ease the tension.

Leon won’t waste any time in gigantamaxing his Charizard as both trainers are set to win this one with their partners. Now that Ash has employed two fighting strategies, Leon’s unique move should be deployed. Rockfall is Leon’s first max move. 

That caught me off guard, and Pikachu managed to hop over the rock to avoid most of the damage. However, the secondary consequence of Max rockfall does prevent Pikachu from proceeding by causing a brief Sandstorm.

Pikachu hits the opponent with his iron tail, but it hardly caused a scratch. Leon then requests Max Worm Wind. Pikachu just confronts this challenge head-on without utilizing any creative counters, such as Electro Web, or similar techniques.

It’s time for him and Pikachu to exert their full power. Leon claims that the time is now for the championship and has the Gmax Wildfire chart set to 10 million volts Thunderbolt When moves clash, there have been some very large explosions previously, but this one during Ash’s battle could be the largest one yet.

They provided us with a 360-degree animation of each Pokemon successfully initiating attacks. In the meantime, just when the two movements truly achieve their Peak, their trainers recorded a video on how incredible this moment is.

Eternatus appearance interrupts the battle by ending the episode on a high

Professor Magnolia and a few other scholars are watching eternitus beneath the stadium. Magnolia remarks that she has never seen anything like this, and Eternity just breaks through the container in response. It is being held in place while it launches an energy beam into the air before taking off back toward Wyndon Stadium.

After Charizard uses its third Max move, the gmax wildfire and 10 million volt Thunderbolts begin to fade away, and the sky returns to normal, but strangely, the black clouds that were over the stadium stay. Eternitus is circling the stadium, and it doesn’t appear to be happy.

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