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18th Nov '16 3:27:13 PM Kindle4Light
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[[WMG:The entries that refer to Cubone and its dead mother are referring to the ones from the wild.]]
Due to the savage environment, it is common for Cubone to loose its mother from a very young age.
10th Oct '16 11:26:52 AM CJCroen1393
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[[WMG: Alternatively, Bruno was Brock's mentor.]]
Brock ''did'' [[WalkingShirtlessScene dress similarly]] [[DoesNotLikeShoes to Bruno]] early on, and they do have similar hairstyles--but visibly that's about all they have in common. Perhaps Bruno mentored Brock before the latter became a Gym Leader, and Brock started out emulating him before deciding to carve out his own identity after taking on his own Gym.


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[[WMG: Brock and Misty's AdaptationalModesty was actually (or perhaps will be [[MythologyGag referenced in a future game as]]) part of an enforced Gym Leader dress code]]
Between Brock [[WalkingShirtlessScene showing off his bare muscular chest]] and Misty [[WalkingSwimsuitScene wearing just a two-piece bikini]], it seems likely that whoever is in charge of Gym Leader regulations in Kanto decided that their outfits were to inappropriate (or [[DistractedByTheSexy too distracting]]) for adults/teenagers who were facing off against younger individuals. Of course, knowing [[VainBeauty Misty]], the "distracting" part may have been intentional.
30th Sep '16 1:00:28 AM Kindle4Light
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[[WMG: The Bulbasaur line does not poop.]]
Their waste get absorbs by their bulbs/plants as natural fertilizer.

[[WMG: The Bulbasaur line eats meat and dirt.]]
The plants on their backs provide energy, but not protein or any other minerals.
26th Sep '16 9:58:30 PM OrangenChan
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*** Not quite; it's a slightly expanded version but without a definite "who gets what kid." Very similar, though.







[[WMG: Sabrina might get an Espurr/Meowjestic in later games]]
Well she and the Espurr line have a lot in common. ([[AddedAllerativeAppeal powerful psychic powers]], and maybe the desire to restrain them so that they would not harm people.) I'm not sure how this applies to the gym match, but she will defintly have a Meowjestic in the rematches and possible Johto remakes)

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\n* The Hoenn and Sinnoh games take place at the same time as the Kanto and Johto games, respectively, though. So, {{Jossed}} for Teams Magma / Aqua / Galactic, at least... Though it could still apply to Plasma and Flare. ([=IIRC=], a Plasma grunt ''does'' [[FridgeBrilliance mention Team Rocket]] in the first set of Unova games...)

[[WMG: Sabrina might get an Espurr/Meowjestic Espurr/Meowstic in later games]]
Well she and the Espurr line have a lot in common. ([[AddedAllerativeAppeal ([[AddedAlliterativeAppeal powerful psychic powers]], and maybe the desire to restrain them so that they would not harm people.) I'm not sure how this applies to the gym match, but she will defintly have a Meowjestic Meowstic in the rematches and possible Johto remakes)
remakes.
11th Sep '16 5:46:58 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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An alternative to the "Team Rocket Blue" theory. Giovanni does look like he could be Professor Oak's age, so it could work. Giovanni is Blue's maternal grandfather from either early in a long-running marriage, or from a previous wife(which would make Silver Gary's uncle/half-uncle). Gary inherited a bunch of traits from the man, however he isn't as bad as Silver was because Giovanni was a relative rather than directly raising him. Instead of being a member of Team Rocket, he's a potential heir and gets privileges as family. Silver's much older sister/half-sister isn't interested in the family drama, but does let his son and father hang out. Blue's Rhydon was a gift from Giovanni, and as his more public descendant Gary got to inherit the Viridian Gym. Despite his kind heart, Professor Oak never interferes with Team Rocket because he doesn't want to interfere in family matters.

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An alternative to the "Team Rocket Blue" theory. Giovanni does look like he could be Professor Oak's age, so it could work. Giovanni is Blue's maternal grandfather from either early in a long-running marriage, or from a previous wife(which would make Silver Gary's uncle/half-uncle). Gary inherited a bunch of traits from the man, however he isn't as bad as Silver was because Giovanni was a relative rather than directly raising him. Instead of being a member of Team Rocket, he's a potential heir and gets privileges as family. Silver's much older sister/half-sister isn't interested in the family drama, but does let his her son and father hang out. Blue's Rhydon was a gift from Giovanni, and as his more public descendant Gary got to inherit the Viridian Gym. Despite his kind heart, Professor Oak never interferes with Team Rocket because he doesn't want to interfere in family matters.




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** Plus they could be still be a distant relationship like cousins or uncle/nephew. Brock's never talked about that side of the family.




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* Considering this, his starter would have to be either Bulbasaur or Charmander. Being based on a tortoise and Watortle having a massive lifespan, he couldn't have a Squirtle for a starter or he'd still have it.




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[[WMG: Professor Oak and/or his son is an [[AbsurdlyYouthfulMother Absurdly Youthful Father]].]]
His age is established as fifty in Pokemon Gold and Silver, which would make him 47 during the events of Pokemon Red and Blue. Blue is the same age as Red(10 or 11), and his sister Daisy is older than him. This'd make him at most his mid-thirties when becoming a grandfather. Either he had kids has a teenager, his son did, or both.
10th Sep '16 12:47:08 PM Dere
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This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.

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This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear ''tear his body apart. apart''. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are pretty small, being in its their early stages and are still pretty small.of development.
10th Sep '16 8:51:13 AM Dere
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* This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.

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* This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.
10th Sep '16 8:49:09 AM Dere
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[[WMG: Machoke's "markings"]]
* This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.



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[[folder: Machoke]]
[[WMG: Machoke's "markings"]]
* This is a common theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.
10th Sep '16 8:48:14 AM Dere
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[[folder: Machoke]]



* This is a common belief among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.

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* This is a common belief theory among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.
10th Sep '16 8:44:17 AM Dere
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[[WMG: Machoke's "markings"]]
* This is a common belief among the fandom that explains the red "markings" in Machoke's arms, and why that's the only stage that has them. The Machop line's muscles grow bigger as it grows older and reaches its final form. In his first stage, Machop's muscles aren't that developed yet, so his arms aren't that big. As his muscles grow bigger and becomes a Machoke, his arms' muscles start becoming ''too'' big, so their skin gets torn and exposes the flesh, resulting in the "markings" you see. Eventually, his arm muscles grow so big that they cause the arms to split, resulting in the four-armed Machamp. At this stage, the Pokémon has reached his pinnacle and his muscles stopped growing, so his arms' skin no longer gets torn. This may also explain why it has to wear that belt, which is stated to be a PowerLimiter by the Pokédex: without it, his muscles would grow too fast and tear his body apart. His base stage, Machop, doesn't need it since his muscles are in its early stages and are still pretty small.
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