Charizard Enthusiast (Armed and Ready to Go)
- Dec 3, 2018
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How about the fact that his scripts are terribly written? Shouldn't quality of a story also matter when it comes to a script? Shouldn't a writer actually aim to make a story that is as well-written and as coherent as possible, instead of just writing a messy pile of trash as quickly as possible and with as little revisions as possible? Or should standards just not exist when it comes to fictional stories (be it Pokémon's or any other franchise's) and instead should be praised, even if they're the equivalent of a turd, because it has the name "Pokémon" on it and Pokémon is just "a franchise about cute animals intended for children"?"Clear deficiency"...to the small minority of fans who post on message boards or who tweet about it, maybe. But why would the showrunners have any reason think they have a problem big enough to shake things up? Does Mr. Fujisaku constantly miss deadlines? Do his scripts require multiple rewrites? Does he not do the assignment?
Also, what is wrong with rewriting a script? Doing that show that the writer actually cares about their story and its quality and are willing to revise it in order to make it as great as it can be. I'd have more of an issue with a writer if, say, they decided to go with the first draft of their script instead of rewriting and revising it, since that would make them seem like they are either disinterested in their own story or highly arrogant.