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Day One of the Millennium Comet: - Sorry for the triple edit
Ash is still waving to the crowd... when suddenly Team Rocket (suspended from a balloon) grab Pikachu off his back and put him in an electricity-proof container and take off their disguises. Ash demands Pikachu back, but Team Rocket prepare a trick of their own... they're going to make Pikachu disappear along with Kirlia and Mightyena which they've also nabbed. {{MTR}} has been waiting at the side and opens the roof and joins his teammates as they make their getaway. Ash goes to send out one of his Pokémon however Butler stops him as he has one more trick up his sleeve. He orders Dusclops to use {{m|Will-O-Wisp}} which sends Pikachu flying back to Ash who decides to do an encore and has Pikachu fire a trusty {{m|Thunderbolt}} which certainly charges up Team Rocket and releases Butler's Pokémon. Butler has Dusclops finish things off with {{m|Night Shade}} which sends Team Rocket blasting off again. The audience applauds loudly, and May notes that the audience think Team Rocket were part of the act... hopefully they won't come back for a final bow. Max is relieved everything worked out, but is still curious about Butler's crystal.
 
After the show, Max asks Butler and Diane about the crystal, and they respond by saying the crystal contains a Pokémon named {{p[[Jirachi (M06)|Jirachi}}]]. Butler tells everyone that Jirachi only awakens once every 1000 years, and is sleeping inside the crystal, which acts like a cocoon. To wake up Jirachi, the crystal needs two things; the Millennium Comet to be visible in the night sky and a best friend chosen by destiny. Max happens to be the chosen one, so Diane gives him the crystal and as the crystal is due to appear in the sky that night it seems Max's new friend will awaken soon.
[[File:May wishmaker.png|280px|thumb|right|May's {{OBP|wishmaker|item}}]]
At twilight, May buys a Wish Maker, a sacred item that can grant one wish when its panels are closed while facing the comet. The stallholder, [[Bogie]], tells May that she has to close a flap on the Wish Maker every night the comet is in the sky to make her wish come true. Soon fireworks are going off to celebrate the arrival of the comet, with many of the fireworks taking the forms of Pokémon. Afterwards, the fair closes down for the night.
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