Twin Monsters II
Yaseiki no Senshi: Twin Monsters II (野生木の戦士ツインモンスターズII; officially translated as "Yaseiki's Warriors: Twin Monsters 2" or "Wildwood Warriors: Twin Monsters 2" is an anime that premiered in the Pokémon world on March 24, 2011 (Pokémon World time) The week after Wildwood Warriors: Twin Monsters Ended. It is unknown whether Ginga TV will dub this arc
List of Episodes
| Episode Number
|Japanese and Translated Title||Hoenn English Dub Title||Japanese Air Date||English Air Date|
Kakakugin Returns! Enter the Mysterious Squids!
|Priceman's Return||March 24, 2011||October 24, 2011|
Kakakugin is Defeated!? P.K.(Pokémon Knights) Return
|The Poke-Team Complete||March 31, 2011||October 25, 2011|
Mysterious Angel, Kakakugin's Phantom Soul
|Creselian's Guardian Angel||April 7, 2011||October 26, 2011|
V.G. (Video Game) Crisis, Daniel's Sickness
|Video Game Madness||April 14, 2011||October 27, 2011|
First Grade Chaos! Pokédans Great Trouble
|First Grade Chaos||April 21, 2011||October 28, 2011|
Kalamanero's Fate, AngePokemon's Power
|Mystery of The Pokemon(sic) Angel||April 28, 2011||October 31, 2011|
School Play! Hikozal's Teyandee!
|Cut Episode||May 5, 2011||Episode Cut|
AngePokemon is Kalamanero? Keep Going and Let's Go Celebi!
|Malamar's Trap||May 12, 2011||November 1, 2011|
Let's Go! PriceGirl! Hicarolyn's Power-Up!
|The Last Temptation of Creselian||May 19, 2011||November 2, 2011|
Mystery Land! The Kalamanero's Plan
|Daniel Cured||May 26, 2011||November 3, 2011|
Sickness is CLEAR! Daniel Kakaku Targeted
|If Priceman Were Here||June 2, 2011||November 4, 2011|
Kalamanero's Secret! Daniel is The Demon World Crystal's Weapon
|Malamar's Tangled Weapon||June 9, 2011||November 7, 2011|
AngePokemon's Secret! I am the Crest of Light's Soul
|The Pokemon(sic) Angel's Soul of Light||June 16, 2011||November 8, 2011|
Opening/Ending Theme Songs
OP: Moonlight Densetsu (From Sailor Moon) Eps. 1-13 ED: Heart Moving From Sailor Moon Eps. 1-13
Hoenn Dub Changes
- The Saban/TPCi Dub used these episodes as the last thirteen episodes of season one, it would also be the last Twin Monsters season they would work on in full.
- During production, This series and Twin Monsters III were collectively known in production as "野生木の戦士：ＸＭＡＱ" (Wildwood Warriors: XMAQ) This change was initially made because the Digimon Kingdom was defeated and there were no Digimon originally scheduled to appear at the time. When the Villains were decided after the Malamar Portion, however, The Series was split into 2 separate series and rendered as numbered sequels. The Acronym was as follows, (X - ExtraTerrestrial, MA- MA(魔) - Demon, Q - ９- Ku - Death) Possibly meaning Extraterrestrial Demons of Death, Meaning that the Wildwood Warriors could have battled deadly aliens after the Malamar.
|Twin Monsters 2010-2016|
|Twin Monsters | Twin Monsters 2 | Twin Monsters 3 | Twinmon RG | Twinmon RSE | Twinmon Masters|
|Twinmon Melody | Twinmon Melody 2 | Twinmon Melody RG | Twinmon Melody RSE | Twinmon Melody: Warriors Vs. the Negaverse|
|Twin Monsters: The Evil World Arc | The Junior Child Arc | The Great Rocket Arc | The Demon-Mania Arc | The Negative Universe Arc|
|Around the World|
| Kalos (French Version) | Orre (Catalan, Castillan and Spanish Versions) | Sinnoh (Korean Version) | Japan (Nihongo Version) ||
| Britain (British English Version) | Orange Islands (Chinese and German Versions) | Hoenn (Hoenn English Versions) | Johto (Italian Version) |
| Unova (Greek Version) | Holon (Indonesian Version) | Fiore (Short Lived Xenian Version) |
| Almia (Phillipines/Taiwanese Version) | Oblivia (Brazilian and Portuguese versions) | America and Canada (LOL NO :P) |
| Mexico | Germany | France | Italy | India | Austrailia | Malaysia | Portugal | Brazil | Chile | Russia |
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