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FAQ on Pokémon:
What in the World is Pokémon?! The Critics don’t answer a thing!!!
and Gentlemen, I was once in your shoes. For over a year I didn't understand
Pokémon. I didn’t understand what all the craze was about besides the fact that
I was a Nintendo fan. So for over a year I just ignored it. Until I met, DRAGONBALLZ! I was hooked to
DragonballZ (DBZ)! And then later I was hooked to another Japanimation. SailorMoon. For 7 months I was interested in Japanimation or Anime
as it’s now called. So then I decided to do research in other anime. Because
anime or (Japanimation) is different compared to American animation. And then
when I convinced myself that I was a true anime fan, I decided it was time to
learn about Pokémon. And after only less than a month of getting into it, I
also became a Pokémon lover! You see folks if you don’t understand
Japaninmation, YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND Pokémon. But don’t worry people you don’t
have to learn about Pokémon the same way I did getting interested in other
anime before getting interested in Pokémon. Today! Right here, right now, in
this site I will tell you in plain English what Pokémon are!!! I will tell you
in the form of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). So that if your in a hurry you
can go ahead and skip toward the question that your looking for.
that I am not worthy of being called a Pokemaster. There are some Pokémon fans
that can name all 151 species and their types! But I think being a half-fan is
even better because I can still understand the frustration of those who just
don’t get it. First of all I’d like to tell you who, and who not to go to if
you want to ask for advice from a real person. (What you don’t trust me!) First
of all folks if you want to ask someone what Pokémon are NEVER EVER GO TO
A MOVIE CRITIC!!! THEY ARE MORE CONFUSSED THAN YOU ARE! The Pokemon
movie made history because for the first time ever……American movie critics had
no response for it! You know how movie critics are……they’ll judge a movie just
by glancing at it! But when they saw Pokemon, for the first time in Critic
HISTORY 70% of all American critics didn’t know what to say!!! So you should
never ask a movie critic about Pokemon. Also, you shouldn’t ask an ultimate
Pokemaniac, because you won’t understand a word they say! So folks your better
off with me!! OK, I will teach you in questions then lessons.
Update: On May 16th 2000, I my Pokemon Clear Up Page received
the "Pokemon Castle Supreme Site Award!!!!!" Ladies and Gentlemen,
this proves that I am worthy of teaching you to further understand the craze of
Pokemon! Thank You Becky and the Pokemon Castle Site, for this award!
Yet Another Update: On July 29th of 2000 I was AWARDED THIS POKEMON AWARD
ALSO!!! Both award company’s told me (and I’m not lying) that I had really good
information to the people who don’t know much about Pokemon. I received a
GOLDEN AWARD. Out of Silver, and Bronze. Once again, I am worthy of teaching
you. This award was given to me by Ash and Pikachu’s Pokemon Zone! I would link
you up with them, but they are going out of business. So I was the LAST PERSON
TO RECEIVE THEIR AWARD!!!
1.What does Pokémon mean?
everybody, ready? Here’s your vocabulary equation.
word Pokémon means Pocket Monster. Poke-mon "OH!" Now you get it!
They are called this because…..well remember those red and white balls that
Pokémon come in at Burger King? Those are called "Pokeballs".
Pokeballs are a high tech gadget used to catch wild Pokémon. And once a "Pokemaster" catches one, he puts it in
the Pokeball. And then puts it on his Pokémon belt or his pocket. Pocket
Lesson#1: Pokémon means, "Pocket Monster".
2.What are those creatures called Pokémon? Sure they’re cute but
what in heaven’s name are they?
are mystical creature animals that live in a specific world land. They each
have their own special super powers. Such as: Thundershock, Rage, Ember, and much
more! Just like in the movie "Jurassic
Park", remember how they called
the dinosaurs animals at times? Well, we tend to call Pokémon animals too. So
Lesson#2: Pokémon are animals with super powers and
super abilities of their own. Which is why in the story and in real life, why
the humans are so interested in
them. Wouldn't we be interested if they were real? National Geographic comes to
3.What’s the whole point of Pokémon? What’s their goal? What’s the
storyline that has America crazed!?
it's not just America that's crazed. In the Pokémon storyline every human
character is a Pokémon fan. (And don’t forget that Japan was hooked on them
back in 1997.) You know what they say about people here in America. “Everybody wants to be a famous: movie star, football
player, or president.” Well, in the
Pokémon world all of the people want to be "The Ultimate Pokemaster"! When you’re that, you’re
famous to everybody! You’re bigger than Lavita Locka on a dancing field day.
You’re a Pokemaster when: 1. When you catch all 151 species of Pokémon. 2.
Train them all. 3.Win every challenge. 4.Win all of the Stadium
Tournaments 5. And finally earn all 8 badges. The goal is to have ALL of
the Pokemon and WIN every fighting tournament.
In the story a
young boy named Ash is one of millions of other
young trainers hoping to become the best Pokémon Trainer in the world. Ash has
a rival named Gary, who challenged Ash to see
who would get all of the species and Pokedex information first. (A Pokedex is a device that
records every Pokemon you see and capture. Every Pokemon trainer MUST have
one.) While on his first day as a trainer Ash caught a "Pickachu " little did he did know that
he caught a very rare and powerful Pokémon. However, Ash is not a very good
trainer so he hasn't been able to train Pickachu to use his full power yet.
Also upon Ash's first day as a trainer he met a pretty girl named "Misty". She tagged along with Ash because
Ash broke her bike. So she's not leaving him alone until he pays off the debt.
Misty and Ash usually fight a lot. However, those two are in love!
Believe me I can tell. They keep fighting and talking like they hate each
other. But by the looks of it, the more they fight, the more it's a giveaway
that those two are in LOVE! Ash paid off the debt a long time ago yet Misty
still hangs out with Ash. Nothings better than a hidden romance. Misty and Ash
are very similar to Ranma and Akane in Ranma 1/2 .
collects more and more Pokémon in each adventure. They go from region to region
till all of his goals are met. However there is one problem. "TEAM ROCKET!!" Team Rocket are the villains
in the Pokémon story. Team Rocket are Pokémon Terrorists who: steal, destroy,
criminalize, or torture Pokémon. The top 3 members of Rocket are: Jessie, James, and Meowth.
Team Rocket are the villains in the
James and Meowth keep following Ash and Misty because they want Pickachu. They
know that Pickachu is a rare and powerful Pokémon and wish to add him to their
collection. Ash and Misty have both stopped Team Rocket on many occasions by
saving Pickachu. And they've stopped Rocket from committing other evil schemes
too. All though Jessie, James, and Meowth are the top members of Team Rocket,
THEY’RE KNUCKLEHEADS! Except for their boss, whom you can never see his face.
Mysterious! So that's an overview of the storyline and lesson#3.
Here's a picture of Ash about to throw a Pokeball.
Lesson#3: The storyline of Pokémon are that the characters Ash and Misty have
a goal of collecting all 151 species of Pokémon. And also to stop the evil
4. What's the Deal with Pickachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and
These are the
4 most popular Pokémon. And they’re the first on the list of the Pokedex. This is a common question because people
see them a lot in Department stores all of the time. Pickachu is known as
"the electric mouse". Bulbasaur is a
plant type Pokémon. Charmander is fire type. And Squirtle is water type.
5.What's the point of training Pokémon?
train Pokémon to fight other Pokémon!!!
In the world of Pokémon people will challenge
you to a duel. But instead of the two humans fighting each other they send in
their Pokémon to do the fighting for them. Who knows maybe this is how we'll settle disputes in the future. So anyway they start the
fight by getting the Pokeball out and then you throw it. Then you say "Go"! Then you say the Pokémon's name. Like
The Pokeball opens and the Pokémon is free and ready to fight. Then you command
the Pokémon to do a certain fight move that you taught. Still confused? OK
here's another example. A story.
Let's say that you and your neighbor had dogs. And you wanted to
see which dog could do the best trick. You make a bet with your neighbor. Then
you train your dog for hours to do a really good and impressive roll. Now you
go over to your neighbor. The bet is that the loser must mow the other man's
lawn. You dog goes first. You command it to do the impressive roll. The dog
obeys and does an impressive roll. BUT! Your neighbor's dog stands on its hind
legs and jump ropes at the same time! YOU LOSE! MOW HIS LAWN!
That's one way
of describing a Pokémon fight in an American manner. The point of Pokémon
training is that the person has to get the most wins and tournament wins
becomes the ultimate Pokemaster! After the fights over, (and sometimes they can
last a long time!) The longest Pokémon fight I was in was probably 30 minutes
long! I was fighting a tough customer. Usually a normal fight lasts about 4 or
5 minutes. Unless it's a real easy competitor. Anyway when the fights over, the
Pokémon that lost just faints in defeat. It doesn't die. Pokémon DO NOT DIE IN
FIGHTS! (Well, maybe sometimes.) Pokémon dying in fights is false rumor that
I'd like to clear up!!! That's why this is called a "Pokémon
Clear Up Page"! The human that lost must pay up his debt. After
every time a Pokémon wins a fight, the Pokémon get stronger and sometimes
other words folks for those of you who still don't get it. Pokémon fighting is just like "Cock Fighting" Only
with mystical animals with super powers and nobody dies. (Unless Team Rocket
gets personal.) The rules of Pokémon fighting are:1.The
human is not allowed to fight the other human.2. No Pokeball
throwing to steal the other person's Pokémon. 3. No cheap
cheating 4. One Pokémon versing another ONE Pokémon. NO 2 AGAINST
1 ALLOWED! 5. No throwing Pokeballs at the other human. 6.
No running out on a fight. Once you start you finish it! No forfeiting either,
it must be finished off!
quick word to the parents: No!
No! No! This Pokémon fighting is not bad! It's good fighting. In fact it's not
even fighting compared to DragonBallZ.
It's good fighting remember: No one
gets killed, no gambling in the debts, no blood or gore, (at least not often)
and fair rules! So that's lesson #4.
Lesson#4: Train Pokémon to fight other Pokémon in
challenges and Tournaments.
6.What's with the cards!? They're driving me nuts!!!
cards are the real worlds way of doing Pokémon fights. (Game Boy too) In the
cards are different types of Pokémon and a specific move. You draw a card and
see what fight move it is. Depending on how much life you have left once
someone defeats all of the opponents Pokémon, he wins and usually goes for
another round. That's Lesson#5.
Lesson#5: Pokémon cards is the real worlds way of
Pokémon fighting in a harmless game format like "Uno"
7.What came first? The TV show or the Video Game?
year 1995 the Nintendo Company tried to think up a new game. Then they realized
that the human race has had some hobbies and traits since the dawn of human
intelligence. Mankind has had hobbies since the cavemen like state. Such
hobbies as: Collecting, hunting, animal pets, fighting, riches, traveling, and
others. Pokemon has all of these traits especially collecting and fighting.
Therefore Nintendo put together those hobbies and traits into a storyline back
in 1995. Then Japan got it in 1996 and 1997. We got it in 1998, but the craze didn’t
start until 1999.
8.How come Pokémon can't talk? It's
annoying for me to hear them say their name over and over again!!!
I've got a joke for you. "How are Pokémon and
politicians the same?” A: For two
reasons. One is, no one understands a word they say! And two, they both repeat
their names over and over again! "Pika-Pika-Pickachu"="Bill, Bill, Bill Clinton""I am Bill
Clinton" "Squirtle,Squirtle,Squirtle"="Bob Dole, Bob Dole, Bob Dole, come on people vote for
me!" "Meeeooowwth!!!!"="VOOOTEEE FOR MEEEEE!!!! "Digglet used withdraw"="This Presidential candidate withdrawled! “Cubone can tend to
be a mean Pokemon and cares only for itself”=Most politicians “Ditto is a Pokemon that has the power to
morph or turn itself into anybody and anything.”=Follow the polls.
I'll bet now you've got it! I should have put this up front! And for those of
you who didn't get those jokes, "What's the
matter don't you watch CNN?"
Pokémon do talk, by repeating their name's over and over again. But they do it
in a different tone each time. It's just like Morse Code. In fact
it's exactly like Morse Code! Take this for example: "Pika-pi-pi-Pika-chu-chu-pikachu-chu"
To me he said "I am speaking English" Pokémon
speak in Morse Code and sometimes a Pokedex can interpret what they say. But
not all Pokémon speak by repeating their names over and over again. Meowth and
Mewtwo who are the villain Pokémon besides Team Rocket, they speak in plain
English. And because their the villain Pokémon they need to speak in English
(or Japanese as it originally was) or else what's the point of villains if they
can't talk. EXEPT FOR DARTH MAUL HE CAN GET AWAY WITH NOT TALKING THROUGH OUT
"Pokémon saying their names over and over again?! Who thought
that up? What a bad new idea!!!" OH
PEOPLE! Pokémon are not the first to say the same thing over all of the time!
REMEMBER THIS FAMOUS LINE?: "Beep, Beep!!!"
YA! Remember the Roadrunner? His only line was "Beep,
Beep!!!" And for 50 years he's gotten
popular for that!!! This is nothing new! So this is lesson#6.
Lesson#6: Pokémon speak by repeating their names over
and over again. But it's done in a tone similar to Morse Code. So it can be
interpreted into English.
8.What's with that water droplet that sometimes goes over the
water droplet is not just in Pokémon it's in all Japanimation! Japanimation
(anime) follows their own cartoon physics laws. The same goes for us in the
U.S. Even though it's now the 21st century, new American cartoons still
follows the old Loony Tunes cartoon physics laws. Like: The OLE' TNT gag, pie in the
face, suspended gravity, gongs and bongs, and others. American animation
has those physics laws while Japan has their own. Which is why Japanimation
(anime) is taking America by storm! Because it's new and different! OH! Well,
anyway the answer to that question is if you see a water droplet over any Japanimation
character it means: that they are embarrassed,
frustrated, or upset. The water droplet usually shows up for comic
relief. Why it's a water droplet I REALLY don't know. It's Japan, they have
9."Is Pokémon Evil?"-title of a "Newsweek"
article. Is Pokémon right and safe for my child?
is for all you parents out there!!! "Is Pokémon
Evil" was the title of an upsetting "Newsweek"
article that I read. I'm sure it upset many parents. Someone who didn’t know
diddlysquat about Pokémon wrote it!!!!! Listen everybody, especially you
parents, read my lips: Pokémon IS NOT EVIL OR BAD!!!
Pokémon IS THE MOST "G" RATED AND FAMILY FUN FILLED ANIME THERE
IS!!!!! Pokémon is a rare specimen even to the Japanese because over
4/5's of anime is not suitable for kids! But Pokémon is very good and suitable
for kids and fans alike!!
folks every time something is new and different in the world you’re going to have:
panic, anger and frustration! Remember when Rock and Roll first rolled on in?
Those who didn't understand it or liked it dubbed it: "Music of the
D****" and "Evil music" But for those who loved the "Beatles" and "Elvis"
it was far from bad, IT WAS RIGHTOUS! Parents think back to the day when your
parents didn't understand your craze with something. When you thought that your
parents were "Ungroovy". So if your child is a Pokémon fan, get a
little interested with them, don't be a stone! Show that you care!
when something is new and different count on false rumors! That's what this
page is here for, to clear up these false rumors. However some were true. There
was a small problem with some of the Pokémon merchandise. The Pokeball's at
Burger King were not suitable for small children for fear of the kids choking
on the balls. Well, it wasn’t meant for toddlers! Plus kids were fighting over
Pokémon cards at school. Well, that's against official Pokémon fighting rules.
No human fighting allowed! So the school banned the Pokecards. Except for high
school, the teens don't seem to have a problem. Other wise no other major issue
problem needs to be notified to you people. So that's lesson #7.
Lesson#7:Whenever there is something new and
different. Count on false rumors and prejudice against the new craze. This is
nothing-new Rock and Roll went through the same thing.
10.I think that Pokémon's being a bad influence on my child's
schoolwork. What do I do?
your child is a Pokemaniac! Not all kids or teens are a fan of Pokémon. Most of
them are a half-fan like me. If I were you I'd take advantage of it. What do I
mean? Pokémon actually can be educational. It teaches responsibility,
Biology, and some math. The thing is to find these educational values
and use them to help your child study for a test. In my high school Earth
Science class, I had to name every mineral that was on this huge table. So what
I did to help me remember was compare both the name of the mineral and it's
color to a “Mortal Kombat” character.
(Mortal Kombat was popular when I took this test) Like I'd remember Smoke to be
the mineral of Graphite. Millena to be the bright color purple of the stone.
And Reptile as the green rusted color of copper. (At least I think it was
rusted copper) You can use Pokemon cards to help your child remember hard to
remember vocabulary or other subjects. But only the hard to learn stuff, you
wouldn't want to use Pokémon to help your child learn body parts! Get the cards
out if they have it. (If your child's not much of a fan then don’t do it.) learn
as much about the cards themselves. Then find a way to match up the subject
with the cards.
is a very good subject too. Like this: A Bulbasaur
has a power level of 25, and is challenged by a Weedle, which has a power level
of 23. What is the difference between the two Power Levels? The answer is 2!
Here's another one: Pickachu is at power level 25.
It has 2600 experience points. It needs to get to 2850 to grow to power level
26. How many more points does it need to get to grow to power level 26? The answer is 250! This is really good for those
Pokemaniacs who hate story math problem solving. They'll like this problem
solving because they can relate to it! You know your child, you make up a game
to help study for a test! I know it seems a little silly and weird but how do
you think the Phonics Game got invented?
11.How long is this Craze gonna last?
Ok, folks now it is a
good time to talk about: PERSONAL CRAZES! (or fads)
I know that I can not go down the list of every American craze (or fad). So
I'll just go as far as 1989. Listen folks Pokémon is not the first to take
America by storm. There were others but I can't tell you in this manner. Just
picture me as an old man!!! "In my
day we had real crazes! Back in 89' or was it 87’, I don’t know!? Anyway
back then, well, this will be hard for you but, think back to a time… a time
unlike this one. Back in those days there was no Internet! The only
"Windows" we had in our computer rooms were the windows to see
outside. There was no DVD or home theater! Movies still used miniatures instead
of computer animation. Mario Brothers and Contra
was it for video games, and to us it didn't get any better than that! And
finally there was…no… Pokémon!"
"Aargrgrr!!!" "Moohaa! Good
ghost story huh?" (Hold on a minute folks, I want you to take a
look at that list up there for a minute, have you noticed? Yes! LOOK HOW GREAT
THE WORLD HAS GOTTEN IN LESS THAN 10 YEARS!) "Anyway,
everybody today is all 'Darth Maul this and Pokémon that' Ha! In my day me and
the world were……… TURTLE MANIA!!!!!!
1987-1995 the world especially America became Turtle fanaticized with "The
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles". When
it first premiered in the late 80's the critics all agreed that the show was
going to go down in flames. (Remind you of anything? Yep! The critics hated
Pokémon too.) But the kids and the teens loved the show! It seemed like the
perfect storyline. "Leonardo, Donetello, Michelangelo, and (my favorite)
Raphael, were America's favorite hero's for over 4 years! The show was on for
almost 8 years but only 4 or 5 of the years, the world, fans, and media
revolved around them. With 194 episodes, 3 movies, and Millions of dollars in
merchandizing they were happinen'!
doing very well, even the Turtle's creators were surprised that it was doing so
well! Like Pokémon the adults didn't get it. "Turtles
who are ninjas!? Give me a break! Turtles are slow reptiles!"-that
was my father talking back in 89'. But unlike Pokémon, Ninja Turtles were
easier to understand. And they had a much bigger teenage audience, because of
Michelangelo’s surfing. The Turtles were on Oprah, Time magazine, they got about
5 to 6 Nintendo games, you name the turtles had it in their time. They were doing very well,
……..until………..the Ninja Turtles were beaten………..by……………..a new craze!………….."The
Mighty Morphing Power Rangers"
Power Rangers first aired, everyone knew that the Ninja Turtles were in
trouble! Power Rangers took all of the Turtles ratings! And the Ninja Turtle
craze died out. And so that's the end of the Turtle craze, but not the end of
the Turtles. They went on to do the show for 2 more years. Then they aired they
last episode in 1995. "AND I MISSED IT!" So then America, the fans,
and the media turned to Power Rangers. Rangers was good because instead of it
being animation, it was live action ninja fighting with real moves! And that
grabbed all of our attention. However unlike Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers
didn't grab much of the teenage society. And once again the critics were
clueless and so were the parents……..until……..the parents had a problem with the
Rangers were popular, kids wanted to be Rangers too. So the kids would karate
chop each other. Parents were stunned at why their kids were fighting until
they found the source. Once again when you have something that's new and
different, you’re going to be fighting an uphill battle. Parents all over by
the hundred thousands were writing very angry letters to the producers. "20/20, Dateline, and 60
Minutes" did reports on the “Angry Parents
vs. The Power Rangers”. The parents said that it was too violent for
kids. And frankly in my point of view Rangers was NOT a "Die Hard" like show. It had mystical monsters like
any fairy tale, mystical weapons, (no guns!), real karate moves, and good
morals. There was no gore and blood. But parents were still angry. Mainly
because 83% of them were moms NOT dads. The dads would sometimes watch it with
their kids. I'll agree that the show was not for little kids under 5, but 7 and
over go ahead and watch. In my point of view for the first time in entertainment
history, THE PRODUCERS GAVE INTO THE PARENTS DEMANDS!!! And then the Power
Rangers became, sloppy!
It wasn't as good as it was before. They took
out all of the good stuff that kept the audience in! Rangers did really bad
from that point on. The Rangers had self-destructed themselves. But unlike the
Ninja Turtles, they were not going to go out without a fight! The producers
decided to change the storyline to “Power Rangers Turbo”. Turbo almost killed
off the Power Rangers!!! Then they turned into “Rangers in Space” then to
“Rangers Lost Galaxy”. The producers pulled it off, they stayed in the race!
But they lost the best of their audience. When Rangers went bad they lost the
CRAZE, CRAZE. Now today Rangers is still popular, but it's been narrowed down
to a small craze.
there you have it the 2 biggest crazes that came before Pokémon. Can you see
the similarities? Yes! All 3 crazes, (Turtles, Rangers, and Pokémon) were all
ninja fighting forms, had some connection with Japan, have weird looking
creatures, all have or had a turtle related animal, all have a kid star in it,
and all 3 took America and the media by storm.
sorry for the long stretch. So the answer to the question 'How long is this (Pokémon) craze going to last?' The Turtle and Ranger craze lasted
about 4 years each even though both shows kept going when there was no more
craze. So does that mean that Pokémon will last for 4 years? How long will this
craze last? I really hate to say this folks, but,……Pokémon's only got about a
year left in it. It WILL remain as popular as it is now for 6 months because of
Pokémon Stadium coming in and because of the second movie. Pokémon will ether
die out or something bigger will come in UNLESS. Pokémon does what Rangers did
to survive. They must alter the storyline. Like adding more Pokémon to the
Pokedex. So far the craze has lasted for 2 years. Pokémon came out in 98’. So
that is your last lesson for this Pokémon learning course. (Hey! You made it!)
Lesson#8: Pokémon isn't the first major craze. Ninja
Turtles and Power Rangers came before Pokémon yet had some similarities. All 3
are ninja related, animal related, and all 3 had the same impact on the world
and in the press. Even though the shows lasted for a very long time the craze
itself lasted only 4 years each. Pokémon has been out for 2 years and sadly
it's only got about 1 more year left in it unless they change the storyline for
Update 7/27/00: Looks like I was wrong. It seems that
Pokemon will go on for another year. It just might make the exact same time
that Ninja Turtles and Power Rangers made with 4 years. Attention parents, the
Pokedex has been expanded!!! There are another 151 Pokemon coming soon in
“Pokemon Gold and Silver.”
right! So there you have it! You made it! That's your class time lessons for
the day! I sure hope I answered your questions on Pokémon. Or at least learned
something from it. If I did not answer a specific question, HEAD STRAIGHT FOR
MY GUESTBOOK THIS MINUTE! And
tell me your question so I can add it to this page. All right everybody!?
Please see the rest of my page! Thank you-GokuFievel. "Class
are all of the lessons again for you. And for those who were impatient and
decided to cheat by just looking at the brief lessons first!
Lesson#1: The word Pokémon means, "Poketmonster".
Lesson#2: Pokémon are animals with super powers and
super abilities of their own. Which is why in the story and in real life humans
are so interested in them. Wouldn't we be if they were real? Nation Geographic
comes to mind.
Lesson#3: The story line of Pokémon are that the
characters Ash and Misty's goals are to catch and train all 151 Pokémon. And to
also stop the evil Team Rocket.
Lesson#4: You train Pokémon to fight because you must
become the ultimate Pokémon Master. And you do that by winning every challenge
Lesson#5: Pokémon cards is the real world's way of
Pokémon fighting in a harmless card game format like "Uno".
Lesson#6: Pokémon speak by repeating their names over
and over again. But it's done in a Morse Code format. So it can be interpreted.
Lesson#7: Whenever there is something new and
different count on false rumors and prejudice against the new craze. This is
nothing new, Rock and Roll went through the same thing.
Lesson#8: Pokémon isn't the first major craze. Ninja
Turtles and Power Rangers are 2 big ones that came before Pokémon. But all 3
crazes have similarities. All 3 are ninja related, have had mystical animals,
super powers, and have had a major impact on society and the media. Pokémon has
about a year left in it unless it changes its storyline for the better. In the mean time now it has gone back to a quiet craze.
everybody! Or should I say: "Picka-pika-chu-chu!!!"
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