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Todos tenemos buenos recuerdos del mundo de Pokémon, y varios de nosotros hemos mantenido o redescubierto el fandom a través de los años. Sin embargo, las adiciones oficiales a este mundo tienen... falencias. Algunas de las entradas del Pokédex son simplemente absurdas — algunas de manera egrégica.note  Agregado a esto, nos falta prácticamente todo lo que no está relacionado a los combates. Las respuestas a interrogantes como — ¿qué clase de guaridas construyen los Nidoran? ¿Se preocupan los Charizard salvajes de sus crías? ¿Quién paga por la operación de los centros Pokémon? Siendo realistas, ¿hay especies tan peligrosas como para que no se puedan entrenar legalmente?

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Aquí es donde nosotros hacemos nuestra entrada. En Marzo de 2010, The Pokédex - Extended Fanon Edition fue fundado y abrió sus puertas bajo el alero de TV Tropes. Desde entonces hemos estado ocupados en nuestra pequeá esquina de los foros de videojuegos, creando páginas y más páginas de agregados no oficiales, pero que al menos dan una perspectiva más sólida y completa de las criaturas, lugares y características que adornan el mundo de Pokémon.

Aquí está lo que tenemos hasta ahora:

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Las Entradas en este Hilo Proveen Ejemplos de:

  • And Knowing Is Half the Battle: En un mundo de criaturas capaces de hitos asombroso y destructivos, aún en estado salvaje, no puede menos que tener sentido que un Pokédex realista contenga consejos de entrenador de cómo lidiar con ellos y cómo entrenarlos.
  • Comilon: Varios Pokémon, incluso algunos que uno no se esperaría.
  • Biologia Alenigena Bizzarra: Muchos Pokémon con ataques de rayos los utilizan gracias a órganos especializados; por ejemplo, pyro-sacos y cryo-sacos, así como vacuolas internas para almacenar agua.
  • Monstruo Blob: La interpretación de Grimer y Muk.
  • Bloodier and Gorier: Aunque no es algo para sentirse orgulloso, es lo suficientemente prevalente en muchas entradas como para que sea notable. Varias entradas simplemente adoran discutir y explicar cómo los Pokémon se matan unos a otros o incluso a los humanos. Sin embargo se hace un esfuerzo para mantenerlo a raya.
  • Body Horror: La perspectiva de la evolución de Paras en Parasect.
  • Combat Tentacles: Numerous Pokemon, including Lileep, Cradily, various Grass types using Vine Whip, and Octillery.
  • Death from Above: Explored in detail in a few Flying-Types' entries.
  • Doing In the Wizard: Especially in comparison to Pokémon Adventures.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The Cinnabar Anomaly and Unown. Also Giratina.
  • Eldritch Location: The home dimension of the Unown.
  • The Empath: Ralts and its evolutions.
  • Extremomnivoro: GIRATINA.
    • Aunque Giratina se queda con la torta (y los servicios, la vajilla y la mesa) en éste, otros Pokémon no se quedan atrás y comen cosas que no se esperaría de un macroorganismo para sustentarse.
  • Fanon: Obviously.
  • Green Rocks: Regicite, an extremely rare non-metal compound; it is the reason why Regice doesn't melt in molten iron, why Registeel's body is so impossibly strong and flexible, and how some Ice types like Vanillite and Cryogonal exist at all. Even in-universe scientists don't know what its full properties are.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How Horn Drill works. When used by Rhydon in the wild, the creatures like to follow this up by spinning the drill and turning their victim's insides to so much bloody salsa; for this reason, trainers are required to blunt a Rhydon's drillbit before it can be used in officially-sanctioned Pokemon tournaments.
  • Killer Rabbit: Tons.
  • Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: Plenty.
  • Like Reality Unless Noted: Kind of an issue in some entries, considering the ambiguities of the Pokemon world.
  • Mama Oso: If you're dumb enough to harass the young of a Pokémon species that actually cares for their offspring, you probably deserve whatever happens to you...
  • Memetic Mutation: In-Universe. Many of the articles reference the usual memes, with varying degrees of subtlety.
  • No Biochemical Barriers: Averted with prehistoric Pokemon revived from fossils, as they require special diets and medical care due to a lack of resistance towards modern pathogens.
  • Matarlo Bien Muerto: The Entei article recounts a story where a ship where Entei had stowed itself away was being attacked by pirates. They were not only confronted by the horribly powerful Legendary Fire Pokemon, but it sent out a psychic SOS-signal to every wild Pokemon nearby - which included several Gyarados, Tentacruel, Fearow, and even Kyogre. The pirates didn't last very long.
  • Personal Space Invader: A favored tactic of Lileep if threatened.
  • Deidad Fisica: Prácticamente todos los Pokémon Legendarios.
  • The Red Stapler: A few in-fanon examples pop up from time to time.
  • Sticky Paws: Zigzagoon and Linoone.
  • Shout-Out: a diferentes franquicias cuando es adecuado en algún artículo. Ejemplos notables incluyen:
  • Starfish Aliens: Deoxys y Elgyem.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Every. Single. Pokémon. And for good reason.
    • Even while still under training by a human, several Pokémon, like Nidoking and Luxray, are prone to simply turn tail and maul (even devour) their own (ex-)Trainer if the Trainer's efforts to keep them very happy aren't well received.

Este Hilo Provee Ejemplos de:

  • Adaptation Distillation + Adaptation Expansion: as shown with the "mission statement": "Hopefully, creating or collecting the pieces of Fanon to fill in the gaps, making a more coherent and immersive world." For this purpose, some particular details from the original medium are worked around and explained, such as some Good Bad Bugs and the lack of scale in some Pokédex entries.
  • After the End: While the regulars still aren't sure exactly what occured, the general consensus is that something utterly devastating happened in Orre at some point, turning it into the crime-ruled desert it is now.
  • Deconstruction/Reconstruction: The project is being approached with a realistic standpoint in regard to the consequences of actions, but Grim Dark is mostly defied. One of the key ideas expressed early in the thread is that "a dangerous world isn't necessarily a hellhole" — it just means people can't afford to be idiots.
    • For instance, pretty much any species of Pokémon can seriously trash someone even worse than the usual Fridge Logic applied to the franchise would imply. However, most entries in the 'Dex have a section reserved for hazards and advice for how to train a species safely, or confront them without pissing them off.
    • It helps that even though they're stupefyingly powerful, Pokémon are also semi-to-fully sentient (some psychics appearing sapient) beings with their own societal norms, and most species of Pokémon would consider random, unprovoked acts of extreme violence just as distasteful as humans do.
  • Fanon Discontinuity: Pokéwalkers. Invoked.
  • It's Been Done: A number of other prominent fanon 'dexes were active long before ours. An example...
  • Patchwork Fic: Understandable, considering the numerous canons the franchise has.
  • Rolling Updates: inherent to the nature of the entries — because of how different species are related, several entries undergo continuous discussion in search of cross-references, fixes in habitat, and behaviour and other explanatory details. As of September 2010, the Generation I Starters are specifically undergoing this procedure.
  • Running Gag: Tauros tends to get killed a lot.
  • Shown Their Work: Quite a few entries derive the biological structures and behaviors of the Pokémon they describe from their real life analogues.
  • Wall of Text: Some of the entries are quite lengthy.


Alternative Title(s): El Pokedex Edicion Extendida Del Fanon

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