- Mar 14, 2005
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I feel that Clefairy would single out Moon as the canon version, but maybe I'm overthinking it.
I don't see any other Kanto 'mon that makes sense for her unless it's the "regular" form of a Pokémon that has an Alolan Form. Getting one of the standard starters of Kanto would just be cliche at this point.I feel that Clefairy would single out Moon as the canon version, but maybe I'm overthinking it.
I think it'd be fine. Game Freak themselves have no interest in establishing an actual canonical version when it comes to the paired games; meanwhile, certain fans have always contrived all sorts of "evidence" that one version is "more canon," and yet, that's never been an issue on GF's part.I feel that Clefairy would single out Moon as the canon version, but maybe I'm overthinking it.
I'd prefer that too, given that Eevee actually has some precedent as a Starter Pokémon (and I like the implication that comes with the potential evolutions being the Johto ones - because I'd obviously love for Johto to be in the games, but also, it's a good, quick way to show that these aren't just a simple Red/Blue remake). But I think Clefairy is a great second choice, if they don't want to go with Eevee.I'd prefer an Eevee that evolved into either Espeon or Umbreon depending on certain criteria.
Word!I don't believe Lusamine can be redeemed in anyway. None of the villains in the pokemon franchise deserves redemption in my opinion. Team Rocket had killed a Marowak, Team Aqua and Magma almost killed everyone in the world with their plans with Groudon/Kyogre, Cyrus would have destroyed the galaxy/universe had his plan succeeded, Lsyandre tried to commit genocide in Kalos, Ghetsis was abusive to N and Lusamine completely disowned her kids for her own selfish reason.
Lusamine is absolutely despicable and it be amazing to see my character foil her plan.
She is despicable. Lillie and Gladion can be silly enough to forgive such an unforgivable character. Not me. She is beyond forgiving in my opinion.If Lillie and Gladion can forgive Lusamine, who are we to call her despicable? AZ did a much worse thing and most characters and fans give him a free pass.
Also, even though she does say that she wants the beasts to destroy Alola (the reasoning escapes me), what she really wants is to stay in the Ultra Space with Nihilego (presumably to feel close to her husband). That's more pathetic than anything else.
If that's what you want to believe, that's fine and dandy, but good luck trying to debate Anabel and you literally going through Ultra Space in SM.Actually no it hasn't. It was only speculated in ORAS. Zinnia is someone who almost destroy Hoenn and the world with her schemes so taking her word is something I am not prepare to do. She could be lying or just making theories. Zinnia has no proof.
Not only this but if you brought a Pokemon from RSE all the way over to ORAS they'd get some sort of ribbon that was awarded for the Pokemon traveling "through space and time" from Hoenn to Hoenn. So any Pokemon from Gen V or earlier are basically Fallers, although not canon considering very little of what the player does is considered canon (see Red).Although, correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the Memory Girl say that transferred Pokémon have a hard time recalling their memories?
Now, I'm not saying that they should be considered Fallers, but it is an interesting similarity.
For some people, that's not good enough. It's nature for some individuals to automatically assume that if you do something wrong, you cannot, under any circumstances, EVER be redeemed. But to me, there's much more to it than that.@Silktree And let's not forget that 3000 years of walking the Earth and AZ still doesn't grasp the consequences of his actions outside of driving Floette away.
And if the reason to find a person irredeemable is because of how they treat their children...its kind of weird to not give them a chance when their children are willing to forgive. Do the victims not get a say in this?