Snowy finally gets an endorsement from the Champion to participate in the Gym Challenge. Watch here as he learns about Dynamaxing and chases after Hop.
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As long as it was a fair, even match that wasn't decided by luck or deus ex machina I'd take it well and learn from it. The loss happened for a reason and the better trainer won that day it is my fault for mispredicting and getting careless.
Blaming the pokemon for the commander's incompetence is never an option imo.
I'd accept the loss and move on, just like I do in real life when I lose a baseball game or something similar. I'd never blame the pokemon, only myself. Because if the pokemon lost it would be because I didn't trait it to be the best it can be. No reason to get pissed about the situation when its your own fault lol I always got pissed at Ash when he did that. Made him seem like a little kid that refused to accept reality for what it was.
Eh, I'd treat it like how I would in real life. Say "Aww man..." then congradulate the enemy, then maybe laugh. If there was a certain weakness in the battle on my part, I'd beat my self up a bit inside. I'm that kind of person.
I would learn from my mistakes and move on. Of course, the loss would hit me hard, but I'd just suck it up and hone my weaker area, like I do in real life. I'd then congratulate them, and probably rematch them a week later.
Deppends on the battle itself. If I was asked to battle while I was doing something, I'd just quickly go to heal my Pokemon and go back to whatever I was doing.
Otherwise, if I was in perfect condition to battle I'd ask for a rematch over and over again until I win.
Thing is, it wouldn't be losing itself what would get me angry, it would be being left with my pokemon badly injured and interrupted in say, going to the next town. If you heal them after battling then no problem.
I'll admit defeat, shake hands make it look like it's all good, while in reality, I'll be seething with anger and will probably verbally abuse my Pokemon for not doing enough.
Then we'll train hard, work on new strategies, etc.
I've been shown to be a very sore loser in real life, but I also don't show too much emotion or pain.
So I imagine I would just walk off the field and feel butthurt. I wouldn't yell at my Pokemon, unless they did something like disobey me. I don't think a Pokemon like Ashes Charizard would have lasted on my team because I would have given up on it. But I wouldn't get mad at the Pokemon if I felt it was trying.
But I would probably give up if it was a major competition. I don't handle the rejection too well. But I wouldn't give up my Pokemon, just battling.
Altough 'Paul tretment' sounds funny,I would never do it if it were real creatures. If someone who I respect beat me,I would congratulate the winner as I do with other things,but if it wasn't...(initialize vicious mode) I would first let out a DBZ kind of scream,then rip the guy's Pokemon with my bare hands and end up having my Psychic Pokemon perform lobotomy on that guy.