Either Diamond and Pearl or Lucky Star.
Repetitive, static scenery, and overall plain dull.
Pokémon doesn't seem to have the appeal it had all those years ago.
If Lucky Star is a comedy, I don't see the joke.
Nice-looking girls, but bad everything else, IMO.
You do make good points, but unfortunately they aren't relevent to the topic at hand.
It's not whether it's right or wrong. It's if people have that as a right, like the freedom of speech. Something that can't be taken from you.
Cynthia's dragon doesn't have very good moves, so...
Garchomp: Swords dance, outrage, stone edge, and earthquake/swords dance/fire fang.
This alone can crush Ash's entire team, assuming Cynthia teaches them to her garchomp.
Charizard would be OHKO'd by stone edge, snorlax would fall to...
I'm pretty sure the so-called "legendaries" are simply rarer pokémon. It's like Nessie: a few people have seen it and lots of myths arise, even if it isn't confirmed to exist.
After all, they're legends!
Additionally, I'm sure most, if not all of these pokémon actually have genders. Lugia...
That's the legal issue, not the moral issue.
Just because it's legal doesn't make it right, although I do agree that abortion is right.
A non-sentient fetus is not a person. And for those who say a vegetative-state person counts as a person who can't be killed at will is wrong.
^Erienne, I believe that is theoretically impossible. If we knew how to make or do anything, humans would be Gods, or at least transcend above the normal level of being.
Something like that could very well lead to yet a whole new universe of ideas and discoveries.