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Well, there's King Kazma as well, but it brings the Fire/Fighting scare back.
And, y'know, Lopunny and Diggersby have been things for a while.
Y'know, it's kinda surprising that in eight generations, this is just the third bunny pokémon that's been introduced. We've got tons of dogs, cats, birds, mice, monkeys, even foxes, but rabbits? Just three of them.
You think that's bad? Not a single dolphin in sight. Maybe because all the people in the Pokemon world ate them all...
Now watch someone make a Fangame which effectively has the plot of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home with dolphins in place of Wailords...
Then again, how can Whale Song transmit through the vastness of space without being powerful enough to destroy whaling ships?
Presuming that you're referring to "how Whale song could transmit?": even if there were more than 6 "albums", it's rather unlikely for such a huge probe to just be a bunch of Groupies; Disco-ball transmitter notwithstanding.
Edited by DonaldthePotholer on Aug 9th 2019 at 9:05:35 AM
... the Voyager program...?
I really like Team Yell concept,but will be better if they are play serious and not silly,Hoolliganism is a very dangerous problem on Latin America and Europe some of them kill people,I myself already suffer a incident on real life one day that don't want to remember.
So, Team Flare looks silly as well and end up very serious is soon to judge.
Edited by LoutishHelminthic on Aug 10th 2019 at 4:06:28 PM
Yyyyyeah. They have vuvuzelas. I wouldn't get your hopes up.
They're very serious vuvuzelas.
You know they're serious vuvuzelas because of the spikes.
They're very serious about their vuvuzelas.
They're vuvuzelas of doom.
So, regular vuvuzelas.
Apparently, Gene Simmons of KISS approves of Obstagoon.
Supposedly for reasons unbeknownst to man, Team Yell decided to interfere and prevent a doctor from treating a sick pokemon for whatever reason that the player has to deal with, so they're doing some pretty dickish things that can have dire consequences, even if they're not mustache twirling villains out to rule the world.
So I guess they're the middle ground between Team Skull's patheticness and Team Rocket's jerkiness then.
I think Team Yell is going to be much smaller in scale than even Team Skull. While Team Skull occupied an entire desolate town, I wouldn't be surprised if Team Yell has less than a dozen members. They might be a bit more dickish than the generic Team Skull members, but they're probably even less of a threat, as a whole.
I just want to add we had 3 rabbits before scorbunny. Azumarril is classified as an aqua rabbit Pokemon.
Edited by GlitterCat on Aug 10th 2019 at 7:20:30 AM
Yeah, they're basically random cruel goons to (I think) power up Eternatus via the endless and repetitive battles they engage in.
Team Yell doesn't seem the type to be connected to "Eternatus". They're just random Football Hooligans who may or may not be on Marnie's (family's) take.
A similar team centered around Bede or Leon, on the other hand, could well be connected, at least tangentially, as they would be funded by the Big Bad who wants to control the "evil" legendary.
Edited by DonaldthePotholer on Aug 10th 2019 at 10:28:09 AM
I would have gone with scantily clad Bikini Bandit girls as my personal army of goons 'with each one being a reference to a previous gym leader or elite four member'
Then again I'm not the Rival
I mean Marnie wants to win the League for plot related reasons according to the website so I wouldn't be surprised if Team Yell got involved in the legendary plot eventually. Though Bede also wants to win the League to advance some goal of his own so I suspect the League will be more relevant to the plot than usual, even compared to BW where the League was the lead in to the final battle.
tfw Marnie is Galarian Gladion
She’s far less edgy than he is. I don’t see her wearing a shirt that looks bloody while striking a Jojo pose.
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