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Pokémon: 3 characters that would be good protagonists in Ash’s place

A new generation of Pokémon trainers is coming! The Pokémon Company announced that the anime is preparing Ash and Pikachu’s farewell from the saga, now that he has finally managed to become a Master. But is that the end of the little monsters’ story?

On the contrary: the saga is starting again! This means that new trainers will take over the anime’s story. And who would be a good replacement for Ash? See three characters from pokemon who would be better protagonists than Ash. Check the list below:

3 – Cynthia

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Cynthia is one of the most popular characters in anime and one of the reasons why she would make a great protagonist is the fact that we don’t know much about her background, which leaves room for the past to be explored.

Her adventures around Sinnoh after receiving her Pokémon from Professor Rowan and love of mythology can also be explored, making the character an excellent choice!

2 – No

(Source: TV Tokyo/Disclosure)(Source: TV Tokyo/Disclosure)Source: TV Tokyo

Meanwhile, N also has the potential to take the lead in the plot. He was abandoned as a child and raised by Pokémon, which makes him very interesting to continue the saga.

Furthermore, he strives to maintain harmony between creatures and humans, which must also be an enigmatic plot.

Read too: See the Pokemon that left Ash’s team

1 – Arven

(Source: Nintendo/Playback)(Source: Nintendo/Playback)Source: Nintendo

Finally, Arven, one of the protagonists of Gen 9, can also be a replacement for Ash. Not many characters have gone through as many trials as he has. As such, there are many factors that can be explored as the anime continues its successful plot.

So, which of these characters would you like to see as protagonists? To stay on top of everything that happens in the world of series, movies and anime, keep an eye on the portal. Likewise, take the opportunity to share the article on social networks!

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