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I actually wondered if there are any deaths in the manga, because there are two instances we thought were deaths, which are Brock's Onix and Koga's Arbok, who got disintegrated, but of course, they seem to have came back. Koga's Arbok seems to have the same regenerative power as worms and sea stars, but I don't think Brock's is ever explained.
I suppose it's why they didn't feature ordinary trainers, because they are not able to evade death, and instead, only extraordinary trainers are the main characters because they have ways to avoid death.
It's not really that dark, and it has plenty of light-hearted moments as well.
One death we may possibly have is when Lance destroyed that City. He said that no one should have been in there but he said one or two people might have been and if they were they would have bit the dust.
Um, sorry for the bump, but what the hell? Where would Red have obtained perfectly identical copies of the same Pokemon knowing the same attacks? He's not even into catching shit, and we see that Red's Poli, Saur, and Gyara were all 100% fighting fit by the Cerise Island fight.
(Not to mention that they all show up fine and healthy as a boar in future chapters...)