A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Loyalty, friendship, hard work all themes. Sabotage doesn't pay, either.
Positive Role Models
Ash and the other trainers are committed to their goals, good to the Pokémon.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of fantasy violence, including flash explosions, etc. No one really gets hurt.
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Products & Purchases
Features characters popular within the franchise.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Pokémon: Master Quest is the fifth and final installment of the original Pokémon anime series. Like its predecessors, the season is full of mystical adventure, as well as life lessons about friendship, perseverance, and working towards a goal. The Pokémon fantasy battles also remain central to each episode. Nonetheless, it's as mild as the earlier seasons, and will appeal to fans of all ages.
Is It Any Good?
This fun, final series offers fans a chance to see what happens to Ash and his friends in their quest to become Pokémon masters. It also introduces a few new colorful Pokémons, while re-introducing some characters from past seasons in an effort to bring Ashe's overall story full circle.
The stories combine the expected life lessons, and feature the fantasy battles that the overall franchise is known for. But regardless of whether you are a member of the original Pokémon generation, or a fan of the more recent reboots, if you like Pokémon, you'll find Pokémon: Master Quest entertaining.
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