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February 15 2017

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July 10 2015

June 21 2015

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June 17 2015

I wonder where are this child's parents
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June 14 2015

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May 31 2015

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May 26 2015

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This just happened

May 23 2015

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May 22 2015

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May 20 2015

May 14 2015

Pokemon is my favorite.

It's difficult to explain why. In general, collecting and training appeals to me a lot, as opposed to FPSs or platformers. But as for why Pokemon specifically, maybe it's something about how each Pokemon species has its own personality, but even within those species, individual Pokemon seem to have personalities of their own. I once trained a Crobat named Squibbles, and Squibbles was great. Later, I trained another Crobat named Sneakers, and Sneakers seemed like an entirely different character than Squibbles. It's not like other monster collector games where you can capture a Giant Bat, and it's the exact same thing as the next Giant Bat you see.

That, and I love the way the world is portrayed. I know a lot of people want more mature themes in Pokemon like political corruption or things like that, but that damages what sets it apart. Only in Pokemon can you have a bunch of teenagers running around with immensely powerful creatures, have your social standing in the world be determined by how well your monsters can beat the shit out of someone else's monsters, and still have happy little peaceful towns full of cheerful people living in harmony with these things that could slaughter thousands with the flick of the wrist.

Whatever it is, Pokemon did it right.
— anon
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May 08 2015

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