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Pokémon Horizons Episode #29 Release Date and Time-TGN


  • Pokémon Horizons episode #29 introduces a Poké Ball Artisan who may have a connection with Orla, the mechanic of the Rising Volt Tacklers crew.
  • The episode airs on November 17, 2023 at 6:55 PM JST. The English dub will be available in late 2023.
  • The preview suggests that Orla might be considering leaving the crew, raising questions about her backstory and reasons for joining the Rising Volt Tacklers.



Pokémon Horizons episode #29 sees the airship crew running into a Poké Ball Artisan who happens to be on the lookout for the Ancient Poké Balls as well, and she has some kind of connection with the Rising Volt Tacklers’ mechanic, Orla. Here’s how fans can tune in to the latest episode of Pokémon‘s new series.

When Do Pokémon Horizons Episodes Release?

Pokémon Horizons is currently airing exclusively on the Japanese network TVTokyo. TVTokyo broadcasts take place on Fridays at 6:55 PM JST, which is equivalent to 4:55 AM Eastern Time and 1:55 AM Western Time, a fairly inconvenient time frame for most American fans. Episode #29 of Pokémon Horizons is currently scheduled for 6:55 PM JST on November 17, 2023. Since episode broadcasts are intended for Japanese audiences, these airings will not feature any subtitles, so fans will need some comprehension of the Japanese language in order to follow along. Pokémon Horizons is confirmed for an English dub in late 2023, but no more specific date is currently available.

What Happened in Pokémon Horizons Episode #28?

Pokemon Horizons: Roy finds his ball is stolen.

Pokémon Horizons episode #28 saw Liko, Roy, and Friede paying a visit to an antiques dealer who was once friends with Liko’s grandmother, Diana. However, upon seeing Roy’s Ancient Poké Ball, the antiques dealer stole it, which took the group a short while to notice. What followed was a grand chase across town, as the old man used his team of Ghost- and Psychic-type Pokémon to help keep the ball away from them. Liko and Roy eventually obtained the ball again with Captain Pikachu’s help, and the old man admitted he was planning to sell the ball to a customer–a Poké Ball Artisan who had promised a high price for rare Poké Balls.

Episode #29 of Pokémon Horizons sees the Team Meet the Poké Ball Artisan

Pokemon Horizons: Bronzor's Mirror reflects the truth.

The episode preview for #29 shows that it won’t take long for the Rising Volt Tacklers to track down the artisan in question, who appears to be a young woman. From the preview, she seems to have some kind of relationship to Orla, the crew’s mechanic, and the narration for the preview suggests that Orla might be considering leaving the crew. It’s not clear yet what kind of existing relationship Orla has with the artisan, or if these two plot lines are connected. Orla was one of Friede’s earliest supporters in creating the team, so one can’t help but wonder what might cause her to want to leave at this stage.

While it’s unlikely that Orla will actually leave, it is interesting to see another episode focused on the adult characters in the crew. Orla has yet to have an episode focused on her, like Molly, Murdock, and Friede have, so this will provide a good opportunity to delve into her backstory and explain her reasons for joining the Rising Volt Tacklers. If the situation is causing her to question her decision, then it’s a good idea to revisit why she made this choice in the first place, and to see if this is really what’s right for her.

Pokémon Horizons episode #29 holds the answer to this, as well as the mysteries of the Poké Ball Artisan, so the only way to find out is to watch.

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