Chibi art with the villains, some other characters and pokemon! Art by Straw -he says it’s for an upcoming charm giveaway. (Archie, Maxie and Kukui might be double-sided; he’s still trying to figure it out)
Sorry Golisopod but you can’t fly and don’t have wings so that’s why you didn’t make the cut (what) (that makes no sense)
Lysandre: I did this one first cause i was really bored, then i did the others, thank the Christ for my friend that thought of the pun.
Maxie: This has already been done before, but i liked it sO-
Archie: I think this has already been done before??? Idk, i did it anyways.
Ghetsis: dURING A TAKEOVER ON QUOTEV SOMETHING HAPPENED, IT IS SORT OF MY FAVORITE THING IN THE WHOLE WORLD SO I MADE IT INTO A CARD (Yes i am well-aware that i spelt totally wrong, but could you blame me i made these 3 in the morning.)
evil teams. They range from the mafia to eco terrorist to teenagers who
couldn’t even steal a bus stop. But no matter the generation, one thing that
can be said about the teams, is that they’re entertaining through their
simplicity. For the most part. While the teams do have an easy to follow motive
and plan (exceptions vary), there’s a lot more depth to these sprites than you
may think. Just because the character has 10 facial expressions, doesn’t mean
there was only 10 minutes spent writing them. Evil doesn’t have to be
complicated. Hell, some of these people, I wouldn’t even classify as evil. They
still need to go to jail for what they did though.
how evil are they? Well, let’s take a look.
Gals, & Non Binary Pals. This is Animated Aaron’s Top 5 Pokémon Villains!
Monty Pythons flying circus!
wasn’t really into the designs for the grunts at first. But then I realized, it
actually works better than some of the designs for the villain teams. Plasma
wants to ‘liberate’ Pokémon from the ‘oppressors’ known as trainers. They see
themselves as the, well, knights in shining armor standing for what is right!
Might as well buy your own hype and dress the part.
has always had some sort of self-aware humor or comment at some point in the
adventure, but this was the first time it was in the player’s face throughout.
The idea of the series is to show Pokémon respect and be nice to others. The
whole world shares one sky. So…what’s with the tournaments where we force
magical animals into legalized dog-fights? Yeah, you’re really showing the love
there. Now, of course, the gen 5 games try and play it down the middle showing
the pros and cons introducing a clever debate for the characters to have. It’s
a competition and these Pokémon can take the hits. Like how mma fighters get a
beer after they go 3 rounds. But you’re still capturing the animals against
their will and training them to fight.
Plasma was a great challenge for long time Pokémon players. In the sense that
they bring attention to an often ignored plot point in the games I mean.
They’re still the villains. Meaning, they’re doing something in some kind of
way that you (the player) need to stop. It kind of loses its meaning when
you’re stopping two plasma grunts from assaulting a Pokémon to get an item from
it. Or when they destroy a city to send a message.
doesn’t bother me too much since it proves going to one extreme isn’t the way
to fix another extreme. But…guys…come on.
know what’s better than a villain team that thinks two wrongs make a right? A
villain team that doesn’t even know they’re the villains. …Well, the ‘grunts’
and the public don’t know anyway.
is basically a wildlife foundation. They take in lost and injured Pokémon nurturing
them. At first I figured this was a lie since the opening cut scene is a girl
being chased by some employees before escaping with a Pokémon. So obviously
they’re bad right? Well, no. Lillie stole that Pokémon from the higher ups. Security
is just doing their job.
the twist is that the board of directors of the company are the ones up to
something. The employees are just that. Employees. They come into work and get
paid to make sure the Pokémon are safe. They’re just as surprised as you are
when ‘Pokémon from another dimension’ just start showing up. It’s one of the
few teams where the ‘evil’ comes 100% from the leader. Lusamine.
what makes Lusamine ‘evil’? Well, they don’t show it (thank God) but she abused
her two children Lillie and Gladion for not being ‘perfect’. Basically, ‘be a
doll that I can customize both physically and in personality and I’ll respect
you’. She applies this logic onto the Pokémon as well. How? Well in her room
are some Pokémon kept frozen in state so that she can ‘love them’. What the
hell does that mean? Don’t know. And I think that’s the best part.
witch is zubat-sh*t crazy and needs to be stopped. She can’t be reasoned with
nor was she in the end. She honestly can’t tell that what’s she’s doing and
what she’s done is wrong. And I like that. Sometimes you can’t talk ‘the bad
guy’ down. It’s good to know why they might be doing something, but that doesn’t
take away the fact that they’re hurting someone/something because of their
arrogance. Lusamine is conducting illegal experiments as well as ripping apart
the fabric of space of time while telling her lower ranked employees, ‘Don’t be
late for our Thursday picnic! We’re holding a raffle!’
wish there was an option to punch her in the face.