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Last Call, into a New Dawn, for Divine Judgement (Pokemon Movie #12)
Marking the close of 2018, and the arrival of 2019, I figured I should drop a line to you fine folks who've bothered to stick around and have born so much patience with me~!
An intriguing film to cover, given the eponymous role of what the literal Alpha Pokemon within the entire setting from its introduction in 2006 to the present date: the universal creator, Arceus.
As it turns out, this movie is fairly giving in terms of impressive feats for the fella! It's mostly a matter of determining the legitimacy of said feats in terms of my methodology, honestly...
1# - Attack Speed (Arceus' Judgement)
As it happens, the G.O.A.T. appreciates a festive display of fireworks along with the rest of us humble mortals, except it's all year long and they're a touch more spark than sizzle...
As you may have already discerned, the stopgap place between each "pair" is very much deliberate: they showcase the initial and the final frame of each Judgment "bolt" that I am planning to scale and rate for projectile speed. So there's 4 seperate values to be determined under this sub-heading.
But first things first, we're going to need to establish some location groundwork, which will be essential for determining our foundational measurement(s) for the upcoming scalings. Per Dogasu, the geography of M12's town and surrounding countryside of Michina was primarily inspired by the real-world location of Metéora, in northwestern Greece.
A couple of comparative images to properly illustrate the parallel: RL [1, 2, 3] | M12 [1, 2, 3]