The Time Ripple resembles a green portal, in which there are illuminated shards of green crystals seemingly floating in mid-air. When an individual named Grings Kodai came to Crown City 20 years prior to the start of the storyline, he absorbed the energy of the Time Ripple, thus enabling him to see visions of the future. As a side-effect of this, all of the plant life within Crown City withered and died.
The Time Ripple's primary purpose is to allow Celebi to travel through time, but it requires a tremendous amount of energy to do so. This energy is shown to be able to be harnessed by a single human, which can grant them the inane power to see visions of the future.
The Time Ripple, once drawn into a human body, can often produce induced visions of their future. This allowed Grings Kodai to bear witness to the arrival of Ash and his friends, as well as to determine the new location of the Time Ripple within Crown City. When a person imbued with the energy of the Ripple experiences said vision, their eyes become tinted green and they are unable to move for the duration of the vision.
Over time, the energy from the Time Ripple disperses, and the visions become less frequent and prolonged. The Time Ripple is ordinarily invisible to the naked eye, but through the use of Foresight it can become visible. It can also become visible when Celebi is greatly hurt. Kodai also has a mechanical extension which can channel the Time Ripple's energy into his body.
Items, Artifacts, Objects and Locations
Mewtwo Ball · New Island · Flying Palace · Greenfield · Dark Ball · Old Ball · Soul Dew · Defense Mechanism of Alto Mare · Millennium Crystal · Forina · Millennium Comet · Time Flower · Manaphy Egg · Samiya · Sea Crown · People of the Water · Space-Time Tower · Gracidea · Megarig · Time-Space Axis · Jewel of Life · Ripple of Time · Dragon Force · Sword of the Vale · Full Court · Genesect's Home · Allearth Forest · Diamond Domain · Arche Valley · Dahara City · Dahara Tower · Prison Bottle
MS001: Pokémon The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back · MS002: Pokémon The Movie 2000 – The Power of One · MS003: Pokémon The Movie 3 – The Spell of the Unown · MS004: Pokémon 4Ever – Celebi: Voice of the Forest · MS005: Pokémon – Heroes: Latios and Latias · MS006: Pokémon – Jirachi: Wish Maker · MS007: Pokémon – Destiny Deoxys · MS008: Pokémon – Lucario and the Mystery of Mew · Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea · MS010: Pokémon – The Rise of Darkrai · MS011: Pokémon – Giratina and the Sky Warrior · MS012: Pokémon – Arceus and the Jewel of Life · MS013: Pokémon – Zoroark: Master of Illusions . MS014: Pokémon The Movie – Black: Victini and Reshiram and White: Victini and Zekrom . Keldeo and Sword of Justice . Genesect and the Legend Awakened . MS017: Pokémon The Movie – Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction . MS018: Pokémon The Movie – Hoopa and the Clash of Ages
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