Shaman King (Edited)

Season 2 Episode 6

Ghost Town

Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Oct 23, 2004 on FOX
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Ghost Town
The guys get stranded in the middle of no where they head off to a local town called, "Hocuspoc".

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  • Another filler, yet fun, episode.

    Ryu tries getting the gang a ride by summoning Billy through his hitch hiking skills, but an army of cows stops his tracks. So they have to walk there way to the next town. Though a truck approaches them, which Ryu assumes to be Billy. Instead it's an old couple who generously gives them a ride to their place. They ask them to stay in their place for a couple days, but Lyzerg rejects the invitation. In their rooms, it seems like someone is playing pranks on them when unfortunate events occur. Next morning, the old couple request the group of Shamans to annihilate a monster that's been haunting their town in the mountains. When they get there, spirits in the form of buffoons are throwing mad at the crew. Everyone plays along and have fun. The spirits apologize to the crew for stalling the group's progress, but they don't care. Then, Hao and his Spirit of Fire appear and destroy some of the spirits. Knowinginly they aren't nearly strong enough to challenge Hao, they can only walk towards the next town in search for Patch Village.

    Seems to be like another filler episode with some story development, but also some character development on Lyzerg's side. It seems like he wasn't born with a sense of humour and fun, and is always questioning why his comrades are wasting time doing nonsensical things. But then he realizes why they're having fun rather than looking for their destination. It'll also be interesting in the end to find out what this thing Anna is summoning that Hao and Yoh's grandfather keep talking about that'll make Yoh stronger. It seems like a plot twist isn't far ahead, especially with what Hao said.moreless

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