Is the Pokemon Story Simple or Complex?

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Children’s minds are fantastic. We adults are constantly trying to teach them how to think when in reality the child’s brain, like the Pokemon, has special powers and is growing on its own. As an adult, the Pokemon story, I admit, leaves me hanging. But I am not thinking like a child.

I always felt that the Wizard of Oz was the greatest film ever made for children. Actually I still feel that way- it is a complex tapestry of the horrors and miracles of life, of rich textures and symbolism, of love and sin, and most importantly, the fact that life will always throw at you things you can never prepare for no matter how much you learn and that only bravery and virtue will win the day. As a story, The Wizard of Oz leaves the Pokemon series crawling in the dust. And that is a fact.

But the purposes of the two stories are completely different. While Oz throws us into a tumultuous world, Pokemon encourages- no, forces- the young mind to use his imagination, create worlds, and fill in gaps. Pokemon as a story fails in too many ways to count. It is incomplete, it is not credible or logical, its premise is not explained and does not make sense. Its world is in no sense of the word a complete world. It has no message and, as far as life lessons are concerned, nothing to teach. It is not a story that adults can enjoy along with children. At best, it is like a rather silly spinoff on Jurassic Park with all of the power and none of the horror or plot. And kids love it.

I submit that the Pokemon story is excellent for children’s minds. For all the unexplained elements in it that leave we adults dissatisfied are gaps that stimulate children’s minds to fill, render, and complete. In other words, each child’s vision of the Pokemon story is unique as each child is unique. The trainer/Pokemon relationship gives kids something to personify that Dorothy never can. That is how a child’s mind works. Adults can’t be bothered. Let’s start off with your Pokemon’s IV. IV stands for individual value. It’s a number chosen at random that affects what your Pokemon’s stat can be at its best. An IV can be anywhere from 0-31. There is no way to change this IV, and there is no way to easily find out. However, I can give you some tips and tricks on how to find out if your Pokemon has a stat that can have an IV of 31.

Let’s talk about its characteristic. When a Pokemon has a certain characteristic, it can tell you which of your Pokemon’s stats has the highest IV and what its IV is. There are 30 characteristics, but only 6 of them mean that your Pokemon has a iv of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is often dozes off, your Pokemon’s highest stat is HP, and could possibly have an IV of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Likes to thrash about its attack is its highest stat, and could possibly have an IV of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Capable of taking hits, its defense is its highest stat, and could possibly have an IV of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Alert to sounds, its speed is its highest stat, and could possibly have an IV of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Mischievous, its special attack is its highest stat, and could possibly be 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Alert to sounds, its speed is its highest stat, and could possibly have an IV of 31. If your Pokemon’s characteristic is Somewhat vain, its special defense is its highest stat, and could possibly have an IV of 31. This means that if your Pokemon’s characteristic is anything but the characteristics mentioned in this article, you can instantly tell that none of its stats can possibly have an IV of 31.

Now about its nature. There are 25 natures in the game, 20 of which affect your Pokemon’s stats. There are 4 natures that increase the attack stat of a Pokemon – Adamant, Brave, Lonely, and Naughty, and 4 that decrease it – Bold, Calm, Modest, and Timid. There are 4 natures that increase the defense stat of a Pokemon – Bold, Impish, Lax, and Relaxed, and 4 that decrease it – Gentle, Hasty, Lonely, and Mild. There are 4 natures that increase the speed stat of a Pokemon – Hasty, Jolly, Naive, and Timid, and 4 that decrease it – Brave, Quiet, Relaxed, and Sassy. There are 4 natures that increase the special attack stat of a Pokemon – Mild, Modest, Quiet, and Rash, and 4 that decrease it – Adamant, Careful, Impish, and Jolly. There are 4 natures that increase the special defense stat of a Pokemon – Calm, Careful, Gentle, and Sassy, and 4 that decrease it – Lax, Naive, Naughty, and Rash.

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