OK, then why shouldn't Ash train Corphish so Corphish is as strong or stronger than Squirtle?Unregistered said:Maybe because he'd want to use him? Just because they're the same type doesn't mean Ash shouldn't use his Squirtle.
Besides, IMO Squirtle is much stronger than Corphish.
Dude. Nobody ever said May's Squirtle was a replacement for Ash's. And "much cooler and better" is your opinion. Why should the writers listen to you? And May just got her Squirtle, so it's not like Ash's will never ever show up.Unregistered said:And that's why I don't like about May's Squirtle. Just because she has a Squirtle it shouldn't "replace" Ash's much cooler and better Squirtle. They made an episode with the two Bulbasaur, why can't they do the same for the two Squirtle?
All right. We'll have Ash use his old Pokémon and then there will only be enough time for one per episode. You know, there are only so many Battle Frontier facilities and only so many Gyms. His old Pokémon (most of them, anyway) have had their days in the sun, and now it's time for the new ones. I can guarantee that with your attitude, in a year when Ash is knee-deep in the D/P region with brand new Pokémon, you'll be whining that Corphish and Swellow and Grovyle aren't being used enough.Unregistered said:I'd much rather see Ash use a few of his old Pokemon one last time, as they've done nothing but rot away at Oaks for over 150+ episodes. Why is Ash bothering to keep his old Pokemon if he's not going to use them anymore? It's a shame that they're sitting there collecting dust and Ash won't even use them anymore. He might as well release them all if he's never going to use them again.