journey to the world of pokemon

  • Pokemon: All trainers must be at least 10 to train Pokemon. If a child under 10 "owns" a Pokemon, it is only permitted if it is registered as a "family pet". They, however, are permitted to accompany older trainers on their journeys, but they may not participate in battles, the league, or any other form of Pokemon Contest.
  • Yu-Gi-Oh: Who cares what age kids playing the game are. Everyone in this world is going to summon Satan one day or another, let's go ahead and start them off early.

Imagine a Pokemon au where Campbell is the professor, but leaves David and Gwen to do the actual work for him while he’s running from the la- er- doing field research.

So David starts Max, Neil, and Nikki on their journey, but because he’s getting itchy sitting around the lab not doing field work, he kinda follows them a bit, so he’s there for their whole journey, letting them handle things while he hangs back and lets them get on with it. As far as the kids know, the only Pokemon has are a Magikarp and a Heracross, and they never think anything of it.

The kids have their journey, even saving the world a bit, and finally make it to the Elite Four. Max gets through all four of them, and he’s ready to face the champion, and-

-it’s David. The champion is David.

anonymous asked:

If the all the villains in pokemon were good guys what do you think they would be doing?

Giovanni runs his countless businesses (without the shady stuff of course.) Silver is the future heir of the companies, but he’d rather work on being a trainer and secretly wishes his dad would work less and spend more quality time with him. (though he would never admit it.) Eventually they have a heart to heart and Silver learns just how hard his dad works to ensure he has a comfortable future.

Maxie and Archie teach together at a local Hoenn University. They plan excursions where they (and students that follow their ideals) clean up parks and beaches and spread awareness about keeping the land and sea free of pollution and trash. Occasionally they bicker about what requires more manpower, the health of the land or the well-being of the sea.

Cyrus lives alone (but happy) in an observatory that his grandfather built for him as a child. When he isn’t enjoying evenings reading by his fireplace, he is stargazing with his high powered telescope. He names comets he discovers and occasionally lets passing by trainers come see the observatory if they beat him in a battle. A young girl named Dawn is a frequent visitor. 

Ghetsis never kidnapped children and claimed them as his which means N lives a happy life with pokemon away from people that would try to abuse his gift. N speaks with trainers and teaches them how to better communicate with their teams. (I don’t know how Ghetsis can be anything other than how he is so please forgive me.) 

Lysandre doesn’t let his frustrations of the world get to him. Yes there are selfish people that take and take, but he stands strong and believes that he can help shape the world to be better and beautiful for everyone. Lysandre Labs continues to invent products to help people all over the world communicate and work together as one. His latest Holo Caster model is due to be released and he can’t wait to share it. 

Lusamine realizes that she needs to give her children space so they can grow, she can’t control them forever. She continues to work hard as the President of the Aether Foundation and her son Gladion has shown interest in continuing her work. Pokemon are cared for at the Foundation and Lillie, while she isn’t off on her pokemon journey, loves to play with the pokemon when she visits her mom.

Guzma makes it his mission to gather up any youth that feel like they aren’t loved or wanted by their families. They form their own family and train pokemon together. Instead of causing ruckus in Alola, the group works to help the people on the islands and offer tips to those that take part in the island challenges. Though late in his attempt, Guzma takes on the trials and his whole team cheers him on as he finally beats them all.


“Hello there! Welcome to the world of pokémon! My name is Oak! People call me the pokémon Prof! This world is inhabited by creatures called pokémon! For some people, pokémon are pets. Others use them for fights. Myself…I study pokémon as a profession.” -Professor Oak

Today is your first day of Pokémon. I’m going to be your guide. Kitten’s the name, and I’m a trainer by trade! It’s great having you join us Trainer! I can’t wait to see what your journey in the Pokemon world will show you!!

Card 1-What will I learn on my Journey?

Card 2- What lessons do I need to take with me?

Card 3- What should I leave behind?

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🌺  Red: Pikachu, Charizard, Beedrill, Kabutops, Lapras, Snorlax…

🌺  Leaf: Jigglypuff, Venusaur, Butterfree, Omastar, Clefable, Ditto…

🌺  Blue: Eevee, Blastoise, Alakazam, Exeggutor, Arcanine, Gyarados…

Leaf and Blue give their Venusaur and Blastoise to Red to train on Mt Silver while Blue takes over the role of Gym Leader and Leaf continues her journey across the world to see all kinds of new Pokemon


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thethinkingfruit  asked:

If Jamie didn't become a Pokemon trainer, what other sorts of careers or jobs could you see him doing? What about his team--if they hadn't have joined, where do you think they'd be now?

Oh this is interesting!

I already know for certain Jamie would have moved with his mom to Unova to live with their grandparents, so his Granddad could teach him baseball, Jamie would become a baseball pitcher for a Unovan baseball team! That would be his career choice if he didn’t become a trainer.

Originally posted by alltheanimus

Like I really wish this boy would fucking CAPTURE A POKEMON WITH A POKEBALL because he is REALLY good at pitching an shit.


As for his team, this is where they’d all be:

Fudge: Living with Professor Oak at the labs, yes, somebody would have found the stray Bulba in the forest and brought him to Professor oak, so he wasn’t destined to live wild forever anyway.

Cheese: He’d be living day to day scared, but he’d slowly grow and become brave but the sort of brave where you don’t take chances. Another trainer would have caught him and he’d be fine.

Grapes: Any trainer she saw playing music and being nice to pokemon she would have joined!

Mint: She would become the Guardian of Route 3, protecting all the Pokémon from the Spearow and Pidgey feuds that happen a lot on that route.

Crackers: He would either be 1. following Sherbert around and making sure he’s okay or 2. travelling the world and exploring other new regions!

Sherbert: He’d either be captured by a biker gang, or fucking dead. What can I say, he’s a little thief, whose addicted to gambling, it would get him into major trouble at some point or another.

The Boy From Pallet Town: Ash Ketchum (Satoshi) from Kanto to Kalos.

Kanto: The Rookie. Ash starts as an excited but immature and naive 10 year old boy from Pallet Town.  He’s not really much of a trainer as much as he is a kid trying to be a trainer, and he’s always one step behind everyone else, especially his rival Gary Oak.  The hot-headedness and self-centered ego hinders his progress throughout his journey and he needs the guidance of Misty and Brock to help him out along the way.  Despite his flaws, Ash does have a kind and selfless heart when it comes to the well-being of Pokémon, putting his life on the line before his Pokémon in times of danger.  Overtime, he gets a better handling of battles, but still has a lot to learn.  Especially when his lucky winning streak runs out, and his neglect of handling his disobedient Charizard ends up costing him the Indigo League.

Orange Islands: The Learner. Ash is still immature as he was at the beginning of this arc, but he ends up taking a few humility lessons and battles (such as Lorelei) to deflate his ego and make up for his loss in the Indigo League.  His arc with Charizard highlights this and his battle with Drake gives him his first real full 6 vs 6 battle.  But while he may become better in terms of training and battles, so has Gary Oak, whose victory over Ash ignites an old rivalry anew.

Johto: The Experienced. The early episodes highlight a contrast of power between him and those starting out in Johto such as Casey.  The team he posses from the Kanto region could easily allow him to breeze through the Gyms without much trouble, but it has detrimental effects such as Charizard being unable to properly train to the next level with the lesser experienced Pokémon, and Ash relying on his old dependable Pokémon instead of training the new ones he caught.  Ash is not exactly mature (still has a hot-temper and can be foolish) but he is experienced enough to handle Gym battles without pity badges and is able to handle the League battles a lot better than before, culminating into beating his old-time rival Gary in a full battle.  But there are still trainers much more experienced than him such as Harrison, if only barely.

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I have like an entire dialogue memorised for when kids come up to me while I’m in my professor birch cosplay at megacon

“welcome to the world of pokemon! my name is birch, but everyone just calls me the pokemon professor. that’s enough about me- how about you? are you a boy, or a girl? (response) ah, yes! and your name? (response) oh, so you’re trainer __! I’ve heard so much about you! well, as any young trainer knows, you can’t start your journey without your very own pokemon- its a good thing I’ve brought a few with me!”

then ill whip some omega ruby/alpha sapphire starter stickers that I made out of my satchel and let the kid pick which pokemon they want and improvise anything if I need to,

Hogwarts houses and the games they play


  • monopoly
  • the sims
  • mario kart
  • starcraft
  • plants vs zombies
  • trivial persuit


  • that Google browser game when you have network connectivity problems
  • super mario galaxy
  • world of warcraft
  • silent hill
  • fallout
  • zelda


  • minecraft
  • scrabble
  • journey
  • draw something
  • chinese checkers
  • 1010!


  • animal crossing
  • pokémon
  • terraria
  • monster hunter
  • neko atsume
  • harvest moon

A world of dreams and adventures await! Let’s go!

I remember playing Pokemon for the first time, and being so excited. My dad drove me to Toys ‘R’ Us for my birthday to buy the game, and as we travelled I gave him an in-depth lecture as to why Blue Version was the superior choice, and why Bulbasaur was severely underrated. When I finally got my hands on the cartridge and fired up my Gameboy, the air was electric. I couldn’t wait to begin my tiny digital journey.

Two months ago I quit my day job to become a full-time artist. Exciting isn’t the word for this experience. Terrifying is a better fit, really. But I’ve kept reminding myself that I have to start somewhere, and while staying on the easy path might have been safer, sometimes you’ve got to take a stroll through the long grass.

pokemon theory

there’s a picture in mimikyu’s room that looked like ash was in it, and you wonder, is ash canon to the pokemon games?

but we see some kids playing pokemon in a few pokemon centers, so the game Pokemon must exist in the universe of the pokemon in some weird meta way. it’s probably like the equivalent to nintendogs to us; raising virtual pokemon in a game even though pokemon are real, just like how people raise virtual pets even though pets are real

so anyway i think the pokemon anime is an actual show in the pokemon world, just like it is here. ash isn’t a real person, but a character! people tune in to watch the story of a fictional pokemon trainer and his pikachu, because even though pokemon are not made up creatures to them, its still probably entertaining to watch a trainer’s journey, especially since most viewers probably have never seen most of the pokemon ash comes across, like the legendary ones. and in the hano grand resort, theres a pikachu relaxing and the guy next to it says its a celebrity; perhaps the actor for ash’s pikachu and therefore the most famous pokemon in the world?

Autistic Pokemon Trainers Headcanons

Note: These do not refer to a single person, they can refer to a number of different autistic people in the Pokemon world.

- Trainer(s) developing insanely strong bonds with their pokemon, prefer talking to/being with them rather than people.                                                     - The feeling of certain pokemon’s fur is extremely comforting, can help calm them down if feeling sad or stressed.                                                                  - They may start their journey a few years later than others, maybe at 14 or up depending on the trainer.                                                                                     - Can be extremely good battle strategists, can have specialist-type teams e.g. all normal types or all grass types etc. Can memorize types and advantages and weaknesses pretty quickly.                                                                             - Can have stim toys that they use during battles to keep focused.                     - The trainer’s pokemon get extremely protective of them when they are having a meltdown, making sure other people keep their distance as well as comfort the trainer.                                                                                              - Trainer(s) travel with someone or in a small group, if they struggle with the strategic side of battling they can have someone by their side helping them decide on what to do next.                                                                                   - Saying hello to every passing pokemon they meet; wild or not.                         - Could give their pokemon an Everstone if they struggle with the idea of it evolving.                                                                                                               - Can travel with all of their pokemon outside of their poke’balls, or can keep their pokemon inside to keep them safe.

If you think I missed anything or have headcanons yourself, feel free to add them in a reblog - and have a great day!