CYOA: Delicious Nate and Yandere Rosa's Bogus Journey Part 12: N-Tagonist!
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Part 11: http://pastebin.com/VLKSv6Wm (Other parts in that link.)
Alternative punny name for this chapter: N-Truder Alert!
You are Nate, the ambiguously aged cutesy 13-15 year old boy from Aspertia City. Only about, say....Oh fuck it. You can't guesstimate this time. So let's substitute. There's only about a five or so people in the world who know this, but you just can't find yourself giving a shit about Pokemon liberation. Sure, you're eventually going to save the world sooner or later, but do you really have to do it now? Y'know, when you can be doing more important stuff?
You can argue what would be more important than saving the world, and you'd still come up with a list full of semi-arguable terms.
For that matter, if there's one group of people that infuriate you the most, it's Team PETA. (Or as they label themselves, PETAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!) The PETAbads are the worst. Going around, fucking your journey up. Trying to shoehorn morals in your adventure. Trying to save Pokemon when really it's a ruse for them to use over a million Pokedollars in tax payers money to spend on advertising featuring sad, big-eyed Lillipups.
You're too smart to succumb to such inane logic. But there's only one problem with that.
Your traveling companion, Rosa.
Depending on her mood, she can be as a gullible as a rock, or the smartest person you've ever met. Regardless, she's insane in the membrane for you, and it's clear why you keep her around. You don't tell anyone though, unless it's her, and if she's crying.
She falls for that PETA crap just as bad as Hugh does- Okay, maybe not as bad as Hugh. But it's still somewhere down that line. Maybe Hugh transported some rage-genes to her by touch or whatever.
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Hey /vp/. The last Pokemon game I played all the way through was Yellow. The last one's I've played period was Gold & Silver, but only a few hours. Never played any "Advanced Generation" or the ones after it, and the last time I saw the anime was around when Ash was in the Indigo League, maybe up till Johto Journeys, but I cannot remember anything of Orange Islands.
I used to have all 150 memorized, now I have no clue how many there are. 400+ ?
Life, and school and stuff got in the way. But now I'm back and trying to get back into things.
Using the timetable here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_(video_game_series)#Generations
Since I played Red & Blue to death back when they were new but it's been so long, I'm grabbing LeafGreen as a refresher, then I'll jump into Crystal once I'm done with that.
Also are there any comics, or parts of the show I should watch before I get into Crystal? Also need to find a place to watch the show.
Back in a while, heading to class.
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OK, this took me a bit of time to piece together, but here it is: my timeline for the Pokemon World.
BASICALLY I took a few of the realities of the Pokemon World (peaceful, futuristic yet homely, totally unique landmasses outside of our world, almost always pleasant weather, years that apparently take forever to pass, the fact of how Pokemon are supposed to be hundreds of years old were actually placed LATER than other earlierly-found Pokemon, or why new regions have their Pokemon added to the end, why they battle Pokemon to begin with, etc etc etc) and tried to make heads-and-tails out of it. I also try to answer the "Unown" question (which came first, writing or Unown?)... the answer is that Unown came later.
Of course, a lot of this is head canon, but I think this makes the most sense. I also tried my best to mix in a few realistic realities from the actual Pokemon canon. This is just a rough draft; if you think I missed anything, just let me know so I can add it.
> TL;DR: TL;DR Pokemon History
> inb4 ass-burgers