- A person walking aimlessly around town/routes, going in random directions and turning around at random.
- A person who seems to be stuck behind an easily cuttable tree with no apparent way of getting out and no discernable reason for being there.
- A trainer with pokemon that have seemingly random movesets and no particular strategic array of types.
- A trainer who appears to choose their moves disregarding any logic.
Team Plasma confirmed they would be able of releasing Pokémon from the PC at will. Ghetsis has manipulated Bill in doing things... he's doing. Ghetsis's plans in the original Black and White were to release all the Pokémon so he would be the only with them and as such he would conquer Unova easily. And probably the rest of the world later.
If we get to the G5, Black and White probably will chronologically be the last one.
- It's be difficult to set up, but they could go to BW if they had a decent enough emulator.
- Chances are Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 will chronologically be the last TPP games to take place. Even if the mob plays XY afterward.
- Alternatively, Ghetsis is Bill, and Team Plasma merely a front for his most recent plan.
The protagonists of each generation have one thing in common- to become champion of the region. Twitch, an intangible entity, has the power to grant that for them, but it comes with a price- they must bear the restless souls of trainers who took up this challenge and failed. The protagonist becomes their vessel, following their every command and listening to their every remark as they get endlessly tugged around. Essentially, they become People Puppets; their only saving grace at this point is to become champion and finally put the souls to rest.
- Confirmed. Omega Ruby has the Kanto fossils as a recurring motif in Rustboro City (both in Devon Corp. and in Roxanne's Gym) and the French script has Brawly outright say that he found the meaning of life while staring at a Helix Fossil.
- NOT Fire Emblem. In Pokémon, all that's at stake is the trainer's money and their Pokémon's happiness. Here, lives of your units are at stake. And when they die, that's it.
- By extension, NOT any Turn-Based Strategy games where a Game Over is possible.
- Fire Emblem Awakening wouldn't be impossible if the game was set to Casual Mode to mitigate perma-death. And you could Hand Wave self-destructive moves in-story as Grima subtly influencing the Avatar at critical junctures.
- Twitch Plays Dark Souls is currently past Ornstein and Smough. I think it's safe to say anything's possible with the right interface.
- Double battles caused plenty of trouble in Emerald and those two games are full of them. That plus the relative difficulty of catching Pokemon in those games means it'd be hard to make any progress.
- In addition, their entire reasoning process could be affected by this. Combined with childish inexperience and intellect, all of their anger and frustrations with the systems and battles are interpreted very strangely by the Mob (i.e. PC problems = the moderator is out to get them, constantly comparing your team to the Champion = the Champion is an Omnicidal Maniac, etc.). What happens when they take out all that frustrations, however, is very real. This isn't to say that the Mob/demons are inherently evil, per se, but it just means that they sort of give the kid a Black-and-White Morality to match their own, which ends up becoming Black and White Insanity.
- Worse yet if Bill is revealed to be working for (or using) Team Plasma the entire time or Just Following Orders from a higher power.
- This theory might hold some weight- if one interprets the countdown clock as the admin being fed up with the mob's incompetence at defeating Red, then the threat of ending the series at Emerald becomes extremely sinister.
- It will also be the most watched thing ever.
- It will be based around playing terrible Pokemon ROM hacks that perfectly demonstrate Sturgeon's Law.
- It's Pikipek's final evolution in a literal Early-Bird Cameo
- Only a glitch is strong enough to take on a glitch!