like pokemon at any moment could rise up and crush the human race
" @king_m said:yeah those giant fire breathing dragons are in very capable 12 year old hands
"no one becomes a master it's all a hoax to distract the people from the real problems in the world like pokemon at any moment could rise up and crush the human race "^this lol "
I used to like Ash in Kanto and Johto, but now he has easily become the most FRUSTRATING characters of all time. He has a freaking Pikachu that has been through 4 regions already, and still loses the easiest battles. And Ash hardly ever evolves his Pokemon, he just keeps them in their little cute stage and expects them to always win. He wants to be a master so bad but HE NEVER USES HIS BEST POKEMON! Charizard? Hardly uses. Pidgeot, Primape, Lapras? Released. Sceptile, Snorlax? Oak's lab. If he had these, he would own. And another thing, he doesn't even CATCH Pokemon. Whatever happened to "Gotta Catch em All?" The Pokemon he has are ones he makes friends with and says, "hey, wanna come along?" and they do if they want. It's like a sin in the show to actually capture a Pokemon like you do in the games. That's what I love about Paul. The Ursaring Ash and Co. was running away from? Paul CAUGHT. The strong Gliscor? He CAUGHT it. Whenever Ash sees a strong or legendary Pokemon, he befriends it and lets it go on its merry way or he runs away from it. FOR GOSH SAKES CATCH IT! For someone who wants to be the best battler, he doesn't act like it. That's why Ash doesn't deserve to be a master and I hope Paul owns him in the Sinnoh League.
" The Pokemon Moniker changed after the Johto series from "gotta catch them all, to just being the best" The "gotta catch em all, was a marketing ploy for people to buy the game. The reason why Ash doesn't evolve the majority of his pokemon is because, he believes in inner strength, and that you dont need to change to become stronger. ( seen in Bulbasuar and the secret garden) "done in the game secret technique, that your pokemon learn when they didn't evolve until certain level
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