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Pocket Monsters (2019) Speculation Thread

Morax

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Can't believe you suckers still keep up with this shitty anime where there are tons of good ones to watch lol
Stockholm syndrome or whatever you call it. They have invested half of their lives into it and are now blind to its poor quality. They’ll defend it to death.
 

xNidoQueen

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I know Pokemon has had its up and downs, especially as of late, but when 'Goda' stans come out here and say it then it holds no real value. These buffoons think OP is the best thing since sliced bread, it's honestly embarrassing...
 

Rune Knight

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How old is Ash's Lucario?

Zero years old.

Does it still qualify as a baby? It's literally less than a year old...

From a number standpoint, yes. As a Pokémon, no. I will explain in greater detail at the end.

Does Inteleon still qualify as Cinderace's younger brother?

The fandom may perceive it that way, but that's probably not the case in-universe.

How old is Pikachu? Is it the same age as Ash?

About four years old, assuming that we go by what the narrator said in JN01 and that it had recently been born and that Ash was around six at the time.

Does Evolution count as Aging?

Technically speaking, no. A Pokémon's behavior is for the most part associated with the species that it belongs to. Their maturity is often correlated with their evolution stage. For example, Torchics are known to be playful while Blazikens tend to be more stoic. So in a way, they "act" how they look.

A Pokémon is also more likely to gain experience as it ages causing it to eventually evolve, but this is one of those cases where correlation does not imply causation. A Pokémon like Riolu may as well evolve into its final stage not long after it has hatched, but technically it's still a young baby.
 
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Megapixel

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A Pokémon is also more likely to gain experience as it ages causing it to eventually evolve, but this is one of those cases where correlation does not imply causation. A Pokémon like Riolu may as well evolve into its final stage not long after it has hatched, but technically it's still a young baby.
I guess it would be a similar case if an eevee left an egg and automatically given an evolutionary stone
 

BobbbidyBob

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I know Pokemon has had its up and downs, especially as of late, but when 'Goda' stans come out here and say it then it holds no real value. These buffoons think OP is the best thing since sliced bread, it's honestly embarrassing...
Is OP Original series?
 

Red and Blue

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So Gengar needs the Max Soup to Gigantamax. Guess not all GMAX capable Pokemon are born with the Gigantamax factor.

If Koharu's Eevee can't evolve for that same reason wonder if that means the same for Pikachu and Mewoth?
 

KenzeyEevee

Some ppl have the insight of a Magikarp
I wouldnt be surprised if Piers appears in an episode focussed on Grookey evolving with the Maximazers.
 

DuskAstral

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Imo I wish gengar learn to mega evolve instead of g-max.
Better G-max than Mega Evolution. Galar is run down (despite being the newest region) so showing something of it should be a higher priority.
I would also like to add that it pisses me off more that G-max Gengar will present Satoshi (it pains me that others were showing one G-max pokémon, while Satoshi is going to show two of them).
 

Mythical-Moonlight

JN give me a Lucario/Cinderace/Inteleon episode!
I would also like to add that it pisses me off more that G-max Gengar will present Satoshi (it pains me that others were showing one G-max pokémon, while Satoshi is going to show two of them).
Why does that pain you?

Plus it's not like that'll likely be only exclusive to Ash.

Goh is more than likely gonna to showcase 3 G-max Pokemon by the time Journeys ends
 
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