History Fridge / POKEMON

17th May '16 7:40:34 PM Kitch
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** Think of the second episode of ''Diamond and Pearl''. James finds his Carnivine in a box of bottle caps. It's been sitting in there for only God knows how long. Likely ''years'' literally in suspended animation. No wonder it's always trying to eat James.
16th May '16 10:07:08 PM Salsh_Loli
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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or [[NaïveEverygirl naive]] [[Wide-EyedIdealist people]] would hold this belief. Hence Fairy being super effective against dark (the type being translated as evil in Japanese). [[BreaktheCutie Until when things go seriously bad for them, and when evil does win... You lose all the childish beliefs and recognized the true horror on the world and society. In short, loss of innocence.]] In other words, Steel represent bloodshed and war while for Poison, it's corruption and impurity. Both are strong against Fairy cause being expose to such negativity is inevitable and no one can avoid being pure for all their life.

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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or [[NaïveEverygirl naive]] [[Wide-EyedIdealist [[WideEyedIdealist naive people]] would hold this belief. Hence Fairy being super effective against dark (the type being translated as evil in Japanese). [[BreaktheCutie Until when things go seriously bad for them, and when evil does win... You lose all the childish beliefs and recognized the true horror on the world and society. In short, loss of innocence.]] In other words, Steel represent bloodshed and war while for Poison, it's corruption and impurity. Both are strong against Fairy cause being expose to such negativity is inevitable and no one can avoid being pure for all their life.
16th May '16 10:05:03 PM Salsh_Loli
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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or shelter people would hold this belief. Hence Fairy being super effective against dark (the type being translated as evil in Japanese). Until when things go seriously bad for them, and when evil does win... You lose all the childish beliefs and recognized the true horror on the world and society. In short, loss of innocence. In other words, Steel represent bloodshed and war while for Poison, it's corruption and impurity. Both are strong against Fairy cause being expose to such negativity is inevitable and no one can avoid being pure for all their life.

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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or shelter people [[NaïveEverygirl naive]] [[Wide-EyedIdealist people]] would hold this belief. Hence Fairy being super effective against dark (the type being translated as evil in Japanese). [[BreaktheCutie Until when things go seriously bad for them, and when evil does win... You lose all the childish beliefs and recognized the true horror on the world and society. In short, loss of innocence. ]] In other words, Steel represent bloodshed and war while for Poison, it's corruption and impurity. Both are strong against Fairy cause being expose to such negativity is inevitable and no one can avoid being pure for all their life.
16th May '16 9:58:45 PM Salsh_Loli
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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. If that is the case, then poison is the opposite as it represent impurity and corruption. Make sense if you think about it. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or shelter people would firmly believe in.[[BreaktheCutie But as you grow up, inevitably you will be expose to such negativity.]] Beside poison, we have steel: war, bloodshed, murder...

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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. If that is the case, then poison is the opposite as it represent impurity and corruption. Make sense if you think about it. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or shelter people would firmly believe in.[[BreaktheCutie But hold this belief. Hence Fairy being super effective against dark (the type being translated as you grow up, inevitably you will be evil in Japanese). Until when things go seriously bad for them, and when evil does win... You lose all the childish beliefs and recognized the true horror on the world and society. In short, loss of innocence. In other words, Steel represent bloodshed and war while for Poison, it's corruption and impurity. Both are strong against Fairy cause being expose to such negativity.]] Beside poison, we have steel: war, bloodshed, murder...negativity is inevitable and no one can avoid being pure for all their life.
16th May '16 9:28:15 PM Salsh_Loli
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** A better explanation: Fairy type often represent innocence and purity. If that is the case, then poison is the opposite as it represent impurity and corruption. Make sense if you think about it. Ideally good always triumph evil in Disney movies or fairy tales; stuff that children or shelter people would firmly believe in.[[BreaktheCutie But as you grow up, inevitably you will be expose to such negativity.]] Beside poison, we have steel: war, bloodshed, murder...
2nd May '16 12:57:08 PM mario0987
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** And let's not forget the first example of this: Farfetch is native to Johto.
** Comically, Eevee a Pokémon that has been around since Gen 1 is native to Kalos by this logic. They appeared as wild Pokémon in Sinnoh and Unova but they did so in someone's backyard and a park implying they were put there by human intervention.
26th Apr '16 6:19:56 AM Upah
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** This actually is the case in the hack Quartz - the Abandoned Ship is explicitly the S.S. Anne. Everyone died but the captain (who gives you Cut in not!Rustboro), and "a boy who left the ship before it set sail"... but was that Red or Blue? Note the singular... in Quartz!verse, did Red or Blue die prematurely?!
19th Apr '16 2:03:30 PM Psi001
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** To punctuate this, in Kalos they sparsely seem to be deprived of the finer things, [[WickedCultured conversing in fancy restaurants and attending high etiquette dance parties]]. Episodes such as the summer camp arc show them having part time jobs, by this point they're so competent at it they get multiple raises in salary.
18th Apr '16 10:32:53 PM Dattix
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** Vulpix and its evolution Ninetales are based on the mythical {{Kitsune}}, trickster fox Youkai which also possess PsychicPowers.
17th Apr '16 4:56:31 PM Deadpoolio
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*Solarbeam is an absolutely terrifying move if you think about it. A Pokemon absorbs solar radiation into it's body and fires it as a concentrated energy beam which could cause who knows how much destruction. From a level 5 Bulbasaur, it would only give a nasty sun burn and set plants on fire. From a level 40 Venasaur, it could cause third degree burns, near instant skin cancer and vaporize most plants. From a level 100 Primal Groudon? Nuclear Armageddon or worse.
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