Ash now has two battles ahead of him. First is the 2nd semi-match against Iris for a spot in the finals and the second one is against his arch-enemy, Trip, in the final round. After successfully beating Iris and her beserking Dragonite with his Krokorok (who eventually evolved into Krookodile), will Ash be the champion of the Junior Cup, or will Trip's dream of facing Alder finally becomes a reality? Will soon find out as the Final Round begins now!
Burgundy's been goofed when she buts in Georgia's question about Iris when she screams back at her to stay away from Georgia when its not all about Burgundy.
Also, Burgundy shouldn't get all concern about Georgia's conversation when Iris is on her way of becoming a Dragon Master when she's a C-Class Connoisseuse. So all Burgundy can do is, focus on her task on becoming an S-Class Connoisseuse. Not Iris.
Normally, Dragon-type moves like Dragon Claw will have no effect on Dragonite because its a Dragon-Flying-type. But they have no idea that move is Super Effective, and causes Dragonite to go beserk in the first place.
With Iris' Dragonite gone beserk with Flamethrower, its impossible for all of Ash's friends and rivals to take cover from objects.
Technically, both Georgia and Burgundy are all right about Iris and her Dragonite's behavior when they're not communicating each other.
Although, Dragonite underestimated Krookodile when it used Stone Edge with a critical hit ratio at long range attack and defeated because its a Flying-type. And Flying-types are weak against Rock-type attacks.
Normally, a Flying-type Pokémon like Dragonite would have the advantage over a Ground-type like Krokorok, and that would put him at a disadvantage. Unless, if you use Rock-type attacks like Stone Edge, he won't be at a disadvantage at all.
Also, Iris' Dragonite never learn any Flying-type moves yet. But it did used Ice Beam once so he should've win this for sure even if he goes beserk.
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