#1
Apart from the pokemon?

Is it like in that episode where Psyduck is just in a confined circle?

Cause that's animal cruelty man. Think about the started that doesn't get chosen in the game. He stays there for eternity.

Me and my friends (when we were 10) used to pretend they lived in like a rainforest or whatever inside their pokeballs.

What is the general consensus?


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#2
There is nothingness inside the pokeball. Pokemon who go into the pokeball are temporarily phased out of existence.
#4
I used to think they got stuck in some sort of time freeze until they were released again..
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#7
Okay seriously. Do people older than 12 actually care about pokemon? This question has been bothering me for a while on UG.
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Interesting question...
#8
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Okay seriously. Do people older than 12 actually care about pokemon? This question has been bothering me for a while on UG.


My ****in' childhood.
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#9
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Okay seriously. Do people older than 12 actually care about pokemon? This question has been bothering me for a while on UG.


Ages 5 - 12 = Pokemon is the shit
Ages 13 - 18 = Pokemon can make you an outcast
Ages 19 - Onwards = Pokemon is cool again.

Just a general observation..
#10
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Okay seriously. Do people older than 12 actually care about pokemon? This question has been bothering me for a while on UG.


Pokemon are fucking great.
#11
i thought it was a lot like the matrix... except without the ability to have anything loaded?
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#12
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Okay seriously. Do people older than 12 actually care about pokemon? This question has been bothering me for a while on UG.

I'm 17, and I still love Pokemon.
I play Pokemon, Zelda and Mario pretty much every day
#14
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I'm 17, and I still love Pokemon.
I play Pokemon, Zelda and Mario pretty much every day

I can't think of a valid reason why those three things don't go well together, except that Zelda and Mario are older. I guess I missed the generation gap for pokemon...
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#15
It it was time frozen how do they heal themselves inside their pokeballs? (In the tv show, not the games)

Also, if they were time frozen, why is Pikachu so scared of going inside his pokeball? Who's been touching him in there?


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It it was time frozen how do they heal themselves inside their pokeballs? (In the tv show, not the games)

Also, if they were time frozen, why is Pikachu so scared of going inside his pokeball? Who's been touching him in there?

Claustrophobia?
#17
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Cause that's animal cruelty man.

Pokémon are tools not animals.
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#18
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Pokémon are tools not animals.

That's the exact type of mind frame that can go **** yourself.


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That's the exact type of mind frame that can go **** yourself.

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#22
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That's the exact type of mind frame that can go **** yourself.

You realize that he's talking about something that's... not real
#23
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You realize that he's talking about something that's... not real

Oh no he didn't...


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You realize that he's talking about something that's... not real

If I wasn't busy playing Zelda on my Nintendo 64, I would so flame this guy.
#26
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#29
It totally takes them to a smaller version of our world, where they are taken into battle and once more go into an even smaller world, and it just keeps happening over and over
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#30
I thought they were shrinked a lot when they went into a pokéball. Inside said pokéball, they have some of their belongings and stuff. Kind of like a little apartment. That's what I thought when I was totally into Pokémon as a child. Now, I don't care about it really, though I find the games to be still great!
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#31
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#34
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That's the exact type of mind frame that can go **** yourself.


That can go fuck yourself?
#35
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That can go fuck yourself?

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#36
When a Pokémon is released from a Poké Ball, it will be accompanied by a bright light as it returns from its energy form, and materialize nearby, often on the ground. This bright light has been shown to vary depending on the type of Ball that the Pokémon is contained in in the games, while it has always been shown to be white in the anime. Recalling a Pokémon to its Poké Ball is also relatively simple, as all a person must do is hold up the Poké Ball with its button pointed at the Pokémon. A beam of red light will shoot from the button, converting the Pokémon back into energy and returning it to the Ball. The beam, however, has a limited range, and can be dodged by the Pokémon. If the beam hits a person, they will be stunned for a moment, but aside from that no ill effects will make themselves apparent. Releasing Pokémon from a Trainer's ownership, unlike normally sending the Pokémon out, will bathe the Pokémon in a blue glow, and the Poké Ball will no longer mark it, making it able to be caught by another Trainer's Poké Ball. A Poké Ball can also be broken, which will release it from ownership, and if a Trainer has done so accidentally, it must somehow be fixed before the Pokémon can be recalled.
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