When they release new versions with new Pokemon, how do they justify not knowing about all these Pokemon in earlier versions? It’s not like discovering elements here… they fucking run around in nature. Or even better, with Pokemon like Eevee, how do they “discover” that it can evolve into more than 3 after the originals? Seems like something you’d find out eventually. Or does each game take place in a different area of the world? Seriously, can somebody explain all this to me?
someone help jack
each game takes place in a different region. you are a new character every game. first region with “ash” character was kanto. the region in the next series was johto (the other side of the kanto/johto region). next was hoenn (a smaller island than the kanto/johto island). sinnoh was in the next, and in the upcoming game the region you will be in is isshu.
it’s just like earth, just cos you walk through a forest or explore part of one ocean doesn’t mean you’ve seen every living creature. pokemon are also more elusive than the average animal. it takes a trainer to catch them and a master to catch ‘em all. learn up and play the game.
you will find someone perfect for you. you will, and they will be so lucky because you will love them so deeply. and hopefully that person themself, or simply the love you feel with them, will make life a little more worth living for you.
once in 4th grade i had a white ranger/white tiger power coin that was made of plastic. one night i prayed for 3 hours that when i woke up that it’d be real so that i could be the white ranger. i knew if i had the zord and the costume, the girl i liked would FOR SURE be into me.
the next morning i woke up and it was still in my hand. it was also still plastic.
(i’m not sure if tumblr still picks these up, but if it does, the bottom will be cut off)
i can’t really hold this in. i’ll make it friends only, at least, which i never do.
i never expect my birthday to be fun, or good, or exciting. ever since i was a kid i always wanted it to be good, but never expected it to actually happen. i can count the good one’s on one hand. one was when i was in california. the second was last year, and because my gift was such a nice gesture. i didn’t feel like i…