Bringing the Thunder
As many as they want/can think of. /thread
Pokemon will probably never reach ten thousand, let alone a million. So that isn't really a concern. Even if it were to expand that much, I wouldn't be opposed to it at all. It really fleshes out the world that they live in. In the early anime and games, they mentioned (and showed in the anime's case) real world animals. There simply weren't enough Pokemon to create a realistic world. There's still too few, honestly. The more Pokemon we get, the better, I say.
If anything, more variety is good. It'd be boring for competitive gamers if there were only 151 Pokemon, because the teams would always use probably only a dozen or so Pokemon. The more Pokemon, the more and the better options there are for teams. The more Pokemon, the more unique each team, and the more unique each battle for competitive players.
Proof?if they go past 6 gens i beleive they wont introduce any new pokemon, their was already too many pokemon after the 4th gen, and too much leads to less creative and recycled ideas.
Are you sure? I read pretty recently that there are just under 900.We got over 1000 Digimon
if they go past 6 gens i beleive they wont introduce any new pokemon, their was already too many pokemon after the 4th gen, and too much leads to less creative and recycled ideas.
We got over 1000 Digimon, but thats because theres an average of 5-6 main evolutions for each one, plus certain jogressed monsters(Fusion), or special evolutions that they might have..And of course some are remade/rehashed. Originallity is key in my opinion
"Honey, they're making another generation."
"What is this, the fifty third?"
"Fifty fourth, actually. Look; Blastoise has a sixth evolution now! Serebii says it's going to be Water/Light/Dark/Dragon/Sea Serpent/Godly type!"
"Anything about their names?"
"Nintendo's inventing new minerals so they can call the games them as we speak."