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* CastingGag: In Poland, Keldeo is voiced by the same person who voiced [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]]. This makes all the Double Team[[note]]Japanese name, ''kage bunshin'' (Shadow Divide) alludes to the ''kage bunshin no jutsu'', better known as the shadow clone technique[[/note]] make more sense.

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* CastingGag: In Poland, Keldeo is voiced by the same person who voiced [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]]. This makes all the Double Team[[note]]Japanese name, ''kage bunshin'' (Shadow Divide) alludes to the ''kage bunshin no jutsu'', better known as the shadow clone technique[[/note]] make more sense.


* CastingGag: In Poland, Keldeo is voiced by the same person who voiced [[Main/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]]. This makes all the Double Team[[note]]Japanese name, ''kage bunshin'' (Shadow Divide) alludes to the ''kage bunshin no jutsu'', better known as the shadow clone technique[[/note]] make more sense.

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* CastingGag: In Poland, Keldeo is voiced by the same person who voiced [[Main/{{Naruto}} [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]]. This makes all the Double Team[[note]]Japanese name, ''kage bunshin'' (Shadow Divide) alludes to the ''kage bunshin no jutsu'', better known as the shadow clone technique[[/note]] make more sense.

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* CastingGag: In Poland, Keldeo is voiced by the same person who voiced [[Main/{{Naruto}} Naruto Uzumaki]]. This makes all the Double Team[[note]]Japanese name, ''kage bunshin'' (Shadow Divide) alludes to the ''kage bunshin no jutsu'', better known as the shadow clone technique[[/note]] make more sense.


** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including the otherwise ExiledFromContinuity Porygon (and evolutions [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z) and Kadabra.

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** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including the otherwise ExiledFromContinuity Porygon (and evolutions [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z) line and Kadabra.


** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including otherwise not seen [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z.

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** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including the otherwise not seen ExiledFromContinuity Porygon (and evolutions [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z.Porygon-Z) and Kadabra.


* AdaptationalHeroism: The Swords of Justices' dislike of humans and their battles against them to protect Pokémon (as mentioned in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'') are whitewashed out here. In fact, the games never even call them the Swords of Justice.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Swords of Justices' dislike of humans and their battles against them to protect Pokémon (as mentioned in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'') are whitewashed out absent here. In fact, the games never even call them the Swords of Justice.


* HonorBeforeReason: Keldeo averts this trope at the start of the movie. [[BloodKnight Kyurem is not happy.]]



* HonorBeforeReason: Keldeo averts this trope at the start of the movie. [[BloodKnight Kyurem is not happy.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Keldeo's told he isn't ready to fight Kyurem, but challenges him anyway. The end result is Keldeo's horn being broken, him getting [[CurbstompBattle easily beaten]], and the other Swords of Justice being frozen solid. This, in turn, results in Kyurem's rampage, as Kyurem becomes hellbent on finishing what Keldeo started.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Keldeo's told he isn't ready to fight Kyurem, but challenges him anyway. The end result is Keldeo's horn being broken, him getting [[CurbstompBattle easily beaten]], and the other Swords of Justice being frozen solid. This, in turn, results in Kyurem's rampage, as Kyurem becomes hellbent on finishing what Keldeo started.


* CompletelyDifferentTitle: The English title opts for a bit more simplicity with ''Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. The Sword of Justice'', changed from the original Japanese title of ''Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! The Movie: Kyurem vs. The Sacred Swordsman: Keldeo''.


* AllThereInTheManual: A Japan-only pamphlet reveals the abandoned mine where Kyurem lives in to be named Full Court. This is never stated in the actual movie.



* AllThereInTheManual: A Japan-only pamphlet reveals the abandoned mine where Kyurem lives in to be named Full Court. This is never stated in the actual movie.


* {{Badass}}: Kyurem. Not only is the guy known as the strongest dragon type in the world, but he backs it up by being an ImplacableMan up until the fight. [[spoiler:And even then, Keldeo ''still'' loses in the end despite going into Resolute Form]].


* AdaptationalHeroism: The Swords of Justices' dislike of humans mentioned in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is seemingly whitewashed out here.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Swords of Justices' dislike of humans and their battles against them to protect Pokémon (as mentioned in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is seemingly ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'') are whitewashed out here.here. In fact, the games never even call them the Swords of Justice.
* AdaptationOriginConnection: The musketeers/Keldeo and Kyurem have nothing to do with each other in the games, yet here defeating Kyurem in battle is what Keldeo must do in order to become a full member of the Swords of Justice.



* AntiVillain: Kyurem

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* AntiVillain: KyuremKyurem is [[SuperPersistentPredator relentless]] in its pursuit of Keldeo and is adamant they finish their battle, but ultimately Keldeo was the one who ran away and challenged Kyurem to begin with.



** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including otherwise not seen Porygon2 and Porygon-Z.

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** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including otherwise not seen Porygon2 [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z.



* GameplayAndStorySegregation: In the games, Keldeo's Resolute Forme is a purely physical change and doesn't make it any more powerful. In the movie, Resolute Forme is treated more like a SuperMode.

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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: GameplayAndStorySegregation:
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In the games, Keldeo's Resolute Forme is a purely physical change and doesn't make it any more powerful. In the movie, Resolute Forme is treated more like a SuperMode.



* NoPronunciationGuide: The dubbers were seemingly unaware of the ColorfulThemeNaming among the musketeers, as instead of "Co-BALL-ion" (as in "cobalt") and "Vir-RIZZ-ion" ("viridian"), they're pronounced "Co-BAIL-yin" and "Vir-RISE-e-in".



* YouAreNotReady: Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion to Keldeo about battling Kyurem.

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* YouAreNotReady: Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion to Keldeo about battling Kyurem.
Kyurem. They're not wrong, [[spoiler:even when Keldeo gets his SuperMode going]].



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[[caption-width-right:300:"Sword of Justice"? So does that mean Keldeo got his powers from [[Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife that other guy]]?]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Swords of Justices' dislike of humans mentioned in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is seemingly whitewashed out here.

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** Ice Burn and Freeze Shock cause target to be encased in ice, even though they cause burn and paralysis in the games.

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** All Pokémon up to Meloetta appear in the intro, including otherwise not seen Porygon2 and Porygon-Z.

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