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Why is it that in every Pokemon game, the villains and heroes have such a deep respect for each other?
The villains, despite stealing pokemon, hurting people and pokemon, and destroying villages, etc. have a sense of honor, and will still pay the hero money, thus, directly funding their enemy. They will block a path, agreeing to move if you beat them at a pokemon match. Of course, when you win, they could always just keep standing there, but they don't. They are true to their word.
The heroes are equally as contradictory when it comes to this. If they don't adamantly stand up for what they believe in, the villains will get away with their evil plans. Yet they refuse to resort to drastic measures, and they play along with the villain's little games. In the real world, imagine a Taliban member saying "Uh uh American troops! Before you can enter our secret base, you have to beat me at a round of Texas Hold Em!"
So where am I going with this? Well, Pokemon games are often criticized for not changing much from the previous games. As we look to the future of Pokmeon, many of us have to wonder, what's next? Will it be a vastly different experience, or yet another rehash?
So here's my idea:
Pokemon - WITH GUNS. That's right. No more fucking around. "Before you can enter this room, you have to battle me!" Nope. None of that shit. Imagine being able to just blow that fucking guy's head off with a shotgun! Wouldn't it be great? The enemies would also have guns and the trainers would battle in the same way pokemon do. There could also be pokemon that could learn how to wield guns.
So what do you think, /vp/? Is this the future of pokemon we've all dreamed of? Personally, I think so.
Pic related, imagine Charizard with an M249. Go ahead, TRY to tell me you wouldn't buy that shit.
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>Bipedal, blue-skinned humanoid Pokemon based off of a human bodybuilder. Three strange ridges atop its head, a beak-like mouth, wearing black shorts and a large power belt.
>Bipedal, heavily muscular Pokemon based off of a human construction worker. Large red nose, prominent brow, bulbous head-nub. Carries concrete pillars in its arm to fight with and to support his body.
Now, why do some people say Machamp is great and Conkeldurr isn't?
Their originals and designs are equally absurb.