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Ash is in every single episode - and you seem to watch the Anime. Don't be frightened to say you like him, we all do.
Hm, not in Hoenn it didn't seem like that. With Sinnoh I do agree Ash's power seems to be reset, especially considering this saga is after Ash conquered the Battle Frontier and was taking down legendaries no less.Anyways, my main problem with Satoshi is, well...it's been 10 years, right? A little over that, maybe...at the beginning of every region, it seems that his skills and mentality just completely disappear. At the beginning of the regions, he makes beginner mistakes, and Pikachu seems to be reset to level 1 somehow. It's his mother's cooking, I'm tellin' ya. I just can't seem to figure out why the writers seem to love doing that. Is it to try and make the new Region Girl seem better or feel better about her skills? I dunno, but that's just my problem with him. :/
^^ Yea, I too am a major TR fan <points at status>, but I also really like the main group. I think Ash is a good main character, my only wish is that the Chronicles would come back so we could see the old main character's stories(May's Johto journey, Misty's time at the Gym, Casey(maybe), Tracey, etc).
I'm personally getting a little tired of people jumping at hoping this characger replace Brock, or whatever. When the writers wanna replace Brock, they will. Happiny could work, Brock could leave with a Nurse Joy, or maybe leave to start a breeding center with Holly.
This is one of the times where Pokemon has screwed itself over. When the writers got rid of Brock and introduced Tracey, for fear of offending people, Tracey didn't blow over, but he did open floodgates; after that, they realized that they didn't have to keep the main cast permanent. Now not only is one spot in a constant mode of recycling, people now feel that since people are replaced in this show that they can have a reason to complain about Ash and Brock's presence. Because they know people can be removed from the show, they feel they can expect people to be, even if there isn't much of a good reason.I don't hate Ash at all. I can see where people are tired of seeing him in the anime after 500+ episodes, but at this point I think it's kind of a waste to keep hoping the anime will ditch him for a new protagonist.
One thing to remember: It's not Ash who's actually doing the fighting, it's his pokemon. So, sure, it's odd for pikachu not to win everything after defeating a regi-something (which apparently isn't totally uber, as it's been captured), but pokemon like turtwig and staravia haven't been trained much, so if Ash doesn't win when using them, it's because they're not strong enough to be able to carry out the plan.Hm, not in Hoenn it didn't seem like that. With Sinnoh I do agree Ash's power seems to be reset, especially considering this saga is after Ash conquered the Battle Frontier and was taking down legendaries no less.
Honestly now, does this argument hold any real ground? The majority of the time he does use his head and is quite capable of thinking on his feet. There are a plethora of examples that prove this, which just makes the structure of your reasoning all the more flimsy.Because Ash is old enough to know what he's doing in pokemon battles and not act like a retard
I only hate him because he never learns, come on after what over 10 years you'd think they'd make him a wiser trainer...;196; Come on look at gary.. nuf said.
*Nearly rips his hair out*Ash is annoying to me. (Basiclly the whole show is) So whenever I Gary or Paul kick his *** I'm glad. Because Ash is old enough to know what he's doing in pokemon battles and not act like a retard
True, but by that I mean repeating something he already learned in a previous season. Telling Pikachu to use Quick Attack on Agatha's Gengar pretty much cost him that match as well.But the thing is; Who doesn't?
The thing is, when shows do that their ratings drop, especially if that character is well-liked. Many of the younger kids who watch Pokemon kind of associate it with Ash and Pikachu, and if they're gone, kids lose interest. I don't think changing the main character would be a good move.I just think that the main character should change soon. Ash needs to resolve his journey and let a new person take center stage. They did it with Yu-Gi-Oh already, yet Ash is still the main character in the Pokemon Series.
Yeah, because Jaden Yuki and GX in general was just such an improvement over Yugi and the original series.They did it with Yu-Gi-Oh already, yet Ash is still the main character in the Pokemon Series.