You didn't even read the post, did you.
How about you try reading through the topic again. The second half of my post was based on the Sun and Moon anime. You're the one who interjected the discussion thereafter with non-anime information beginning post #33, and then continuing with every other post after.
If you watched Episode 10, you'd realize that your "Pokearth" argument is null because it's contradicted by the anime. That's why it can be ignored in a topic focusing solely on the anime. In talking about the Pokemon series in general, sure, go ahead and use every media available; but when we're on the subject of the anime, you should stick with anime facts, not bringing up contradictory information that doesn't align with the anime.
Well, maybe it's more accurate to say he collected two kahuna's stamps. It is, of course, their job to go easy.
But keep in mind that the video games make it clear after you face Hala, he wasn't going all-out, which is- to my knowledge- the only time TPCi has actually came out and admitted to the phenomenon. Sooo... The answer is... Maybe? ------------ I think it's too soon to draw conclusions, really.
Context. In this topic, you're just plain wrong. It's clear that you didn't watch the anime. It's actually embarassing to see that you're trying to argue against points taken from the anime with non-anime information, in a topic discussing the anime. No, we're not talking about Alola in general. We're talking about Anime Alola.
What you're not getting is that you're basically going off-topic. If a topic was "Lets discuss the ending of the XYZ anime" and the discussion was around Ash-Greninja and the Megalith, you'd be the one trying to form your argument around AZ's Ultimate Weapon from the video game, which doesn't exist in the anime.