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A Pokemon Primer

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For anyone who has been out of contact with the world for the last decade, Pokemon games involve catching and training adorable little monsters. First you battle wild Pokemon, then you catch them in a pokeball. If the ball closes and they stay in, they are yours for the keeping.

On the off chance that some of you have spent the past 10 years trapped in an outer space vortex, allow me to take a moment to explain Pokemon and Pokemon games.

Pokemon, short for “pocket monsters,” are friendly creatures that you catch and train to enter in competitions. These sweet little creatures have elemental traits. There are water Pokemon, plant Pokemon, rock Pokemon, fire Pokemon, ghost Pokemon, psychic Pokemon and so on. There are also ridiculous Pokemon, but that is not an official classification.

Some Pokemon fit in two classifications. For example, Gyrados, a fire-breathing fish/dragon, is both water and fire. Water Pokemon are great at fighting rock Pokemon—water dissolves dirt, after all, but aren’t worth a bean against plant Pokemon. Since Gyrados has fire attacks, however, he’s great against rock and plant Pokemon.

The basic gameplay in Pokemon games has not changed much since the beginning. While there are always over 100 Pokemon for you to catch, train and evolve, you can carry only six with you at a time. You place the others in storage until you need them, then you walk around fighting other trainers and entering gyms where you can earn badges and new abilities.

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10 Comments on A Pokemon Primer

  1. pokemon solo how did u get a lv.200

  2. rate my team raquaza lv.100 infernape lv.100 regigigas lv.100 giritina lv.100 regirock lv.100 lanturn lv.100

  3. rate my team from one to ten i just started yesterday

    giratina lv70

    rhyperrior lv 55

    salamence lv100


    staraptor lv54

    and torterra lv70

  4. Nice team to all of you. I like the combinations.

    Mystery Gift gets either a letter from oak for pokemon shaymin, a membership card for darkrai, or azure flute for arceus.

  6. rate my team (it’s not very good):
    torterra lv. 50
    torterra lv. 50
    luxray lv. 49
    stariraptor lv. 56
    azumarill lv. 39
    floatzel lv. 30

  7. I agree with tumeg. and the person hes talking about is lying. thats inposible.

  8. whats the code to get mewthree

  9. Guess what… I have Mewthree lv.100!!!!!!! cool hah?

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