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* CastingGag: Creator/EricaMendez gives her voice to the character Phil, who looks pretty much like [[Manga/HunterXHunter Gon Freecss]] that it seemed like the choice for his voice was on purpose.


* MissingTrailerScene: One of the shots in the reveal trailer from the game is a shot from the Secret Side Path course, which wouldn't be available in-game until the free DLC of August 2021.

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* MissingTrailerScene: One Some of the shots in the reveal trailer from the game is a shot are shots from the Secret Side Path course, which wouldn't be available in-game until the free DLC of August 2021.

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* MissingTrailerScene: One of the shots in the reveal trailer from the game is a shot from the Secret Side Path course, which wouldn't be available in-game until the free DLC of August 2021.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Shroomish was meant to appear in the Florio Nature Park but was removed.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased (though the anime has since had him voiced by Creator/KenyuHoriuchi).


* RelationshipVoiceActor: Todd and his student Phil are voiced by Creator/GriffinBurns and Creator/EricaMendez, who had recently voiced another Pokeduo, Hilbert and Hilda, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'', as well as Cyril and Bernadetta in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses and Mash Kyrielight and Ritsuka Fujimaru in the anime adaptations of ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder''.

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* RelationshipVoiceActor: Todd and his student Phil are voiced by Creator/GriffinBurns and Creator/EricaMendez, who had recently voiced another Pokeduo, Hilbert and Hilda, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'', as well as Cyril and Bernadetta in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses'' and Mash Kyrielight and Ritsuka Fujimaru in the anime adaptations of ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder''.


* RelationshipVoiceActor: Todd and his student Phil are voiced by Creator/GriffinBurns and Creator/EricaMendez, who had recently voiced another Pokeduo, Hilbert and Hilda, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters''.

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* RelationshipVoiceActor: Todd and his student Phil are voiced by Creator/GriffinBurns and Creator/EricaMendez, who had recently voiced another Pokeduo, Hilbert and Hilda, in ''VideoGame/PokemonMasters''.''VideoGame/PokemonMasters'', as well as Cyril and Bernadetta in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses and Mash Kyrielight and Ritsuka Fujimaru in the anime adaptations of ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder''.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Shroomish was meant to appear in the Florio Nature Park but was removed.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased (though the anime has since had him voiced by Creator/KenyuHoruchi).

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased (though the anime has since had him voiced by Creator/KenyuHoruchi).Creator/KenyuHoriuchi).


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased.deceased (though the anime has since had him voiced by Creator/KenyuHoruchi).



* TheOtherDarrin: In the English version, Creator/GriffinBurns steps in for Creator/TedLewis as the voice of Todd, potentially justified by him growing up.

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* TheOtherDarrin: In the English version, Creator/GriffinBurns steps in for Creator/JamesCarterCathcart in the original game and Creator/TedLewis in the anime as the voice of Todd, potentially justified by him growing up.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.seiyuu, if their original voice actor is deceased.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.



* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as "a certain professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as “a certain professor”, even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as “a "a certain professor”, professor", even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.


* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[Unperson not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as “a certain professor”, even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[Unperson [[{{Unperson}} not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as “a certain professor”, even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.

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* TheCharacterDiedWithHim: Possibly in tribute to his [[Creator/UnshoIshizuka voice actor]] (as is tradition in the Japanese voice acting scene), Professor Oak is absolutely [[Unperson not mentioned by name in any capacity]]. He is instead referred to as “a certain professor”, even by Todd. It is considered an unspoken taboo in Japan to refer to certain, beloved characters by name, or give them a new seiyuu.

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