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Last time I checked Grookey wasn’t blasted off every episode or starved like TR for its reactions.
A Pokémon and it’s trainer are both involved in how a Pokémon is received. That just shows Grookey is in bad hands which worsens the issue.
I mean, it’s more likely to stick in people's head if it’s used to kick start a bunch of episode plots. Grookey's misbehaviour is more prominently remembered than it being a shoulder warmer because that’s the only time it’s doing something.
The audience will remember a character's negative...
I usually don’t being competitive logic into the anime, but it was pretty surreal seeing a Raboot (an inexperienced Raboot at that) take down a milotic when I’m pretty sure I’ve had grass types succumbing when pitted against it on Showdown.
At least Togepi had sweet moments. The Houndoom episode was nice. Togepi was used in more creative scenarios to kickstart plots whereas with Groovey they resort to the same script: Grookey messes something up > anything but grookey faces consequences > episode plot
Not really. Rowlet got a decent story and at least tried to be competent. And it wasn’t actively malicious. Also Rowlet and Melmetal were actually cute together, unlike whatever puke-inducing "cuteness" they’re going for with Grookey. Grookey and Go reminds of those irresponsible small dog...
1. Well no one on these forums is doing the demonising, so I don’t know why you expect people here to explain that logic because… no one is demonising a child here in the first place.
2. TRio =/= Team Rocket the criminal organisation. It’s pretty clear the former isn’t the "poaching mafia" kind...
I mean, it literally is not a Mary Sue. The fact that Greninja can never win with the fandom can be demonstrated in this plus the controversial opinions thread. It might be the only Pokémon I've seen called BOTH a "Mary Sue" and "It’s bad and weak since it lost all its battles against...
I can’t even compare them, honestly. At least Greninja didn’t actively cause misery amongst people and Pokémon and force everyone to take blame for itself. Greninja is a victim of overpromotion whereas Grookey just likes being a little s*** that's enabled by its trainer, so I can’t see how a...
If a CotD owned the Grookey, they’d probably have Ash and Go arrive on the scene, scold the trainer and have Go capture the Dragloak because the CotD was so horrible to it in comparison. But because apparently the main character is doing it it’s fine.
Honestly the biggest problem for Go’s...