Eh, I'll give you Garchomp and Flygon's Dragon-typing neutralizing the water weakness. Still, a Pokemon weak to water being submerged in water just doesn't seem right, or at least submerged and enjoying itself. Like they can probably endure some water, like from a sprinkler, garden hose, or rubbed with a soaked towel. But to be in a pool with over 50% of their body submerged? Like if they can take that with no adverse effect why does getting hit with a Water-type move hurt more than usual? Does the water have to be sprayed at a certain amount of pressure for it to get past some kind of protective threshold?It seems like anime often gives a "bath" scene before putting all the bets.
To be fair, Flygon and Garchomp is part Dragon, having neutral reaction to water. And the waters are meant to be of pool park or therapeutic instead of damaging attacks and Toracat still don't want to go into it anyway, him still curiously unsure with the flower bath. Maybe because it's harder to keep his bell dry unlike Zard's tail fire. Fire-types, do they really need no water in their lives?
Now what I hope they can resolve is Necrozma's back story here. In U-SM, it has plenty of justification of being Big Bad. Will the anime writers manage to do the same to Anime Necrozma? How will they write its reasons to attack the Light legends and steal light? Especially that until now we have seen no Ultra Megapolitan and Recon Squad in sight? (Or maybe they'll showcase what appears to be remains of it?)
I'll look forward to it, and their musics to satisfy my ears.
Also Torracat won't go into water not because it's a Fire-type, but because its a cat. :P
I wouldn't put it pass the writers to just shove the Ultra Recon Squad in after the Necrozma episode to give Ash & co. a way to chase after Necrozma after it absorbs Nebby.