Pokemon XY: Koukoku no Princess Diancie


Pokémon: Diancie, Princess of the Diamond Domain

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Diancie, Princess of the Ore Country
Japanese: 鉱国のプリンセス ディアンシー
English: Pokémon: Diancie, Princess of the Diamond Domain
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Information

Type: TV Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 17, 2014
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: OLM
Source: Game
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 5 min.
Rating: PG - Children

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Ranked: #82342
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Popularity: #7422
Members: 7,117
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Synopsis

In order to save the Diamond Ore Kingdom from certain danger Princess Diancie and the Carbink who serve as her butlers set off together on a journey to find the legendary Pokémon Xerneas. But who is that waiting for them on the road ahead...!?

(Source: Pokémon Wiki)

Characters & Voice Actors

Diancie

Main
Matsumoto, Marika
Japanese

Narrator

Supporting
Ishizuka, Unshou
Japanese

Nazonokusa

Supporting

Melecie

Supporting
Satou, Kensuke
Japanese

Yancham

Supporting
Yasuno, Kiyono
Japanese

Xerneas

Supporting
Mita, Yoshiko
Japanese

Steel, Millis

Supporting
Nakagawa, Shoko
Japanese

Staff

Tajiri, Satoshi
Original Creator
Sugimori, Ken
Original Character Design
Wayland, Tom
ADR Director
Delhausse, Jean-Marc
ADR Director


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Reviews

Feb 13, 2015
When I first got a ticket to see the very first Pokémon movie, it felt like an event. Even if the movie wasn't particularly impressive, the higher budget, production values, and the amazing soundtrack helped it be a bigger deal than it really was. Since then, the movies and their plots have become more of a formality. Diancie and The Cocoon of Destruction is kind of more of the same, as far as the familar structure these films; Ash and Co. meet a talking, magical pokemon and help stop something from awakening, while poachers, thieves, or some evil human entity looks to capture it ...

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