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adamant57
May 9th, 2011, 07:12 AM
We all know Pokémon don't we? You know, that franchise with a world full of soul-stealing monsters, horrifying ghosts, evil gangs and NPCs that will stop at nothing to hunt you down and fight?

Then again, maybe not... The Pokémon is darker than you think and I'm here to share with you the darker side of the Pokémon world. Proceed with caution... Other members are welcome to share things they too find creepy. I shall list items by categories

Pokédex entries and their implications:

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We all remember him don't we? The product of using a mysterious disc on Porygon 2? The disc that was NOT approved by Silph Co.? The thing's practically a glitch Pokémon. Don't believe me? just look at the Pokedex entry: "Porygon-Z can sometimes be seen shaking rapidly for a short time. Whether this is intentional or a glitch is unknown." Feeling like sleeping tonight? Best not think what's happening to the poor thing's mind as it's programming gets messed up.

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Learning that Cubone's headgear is the skull of its dead mother is illogical, but nevertheless a very disturbing experience. Now, given the events of the Tower, however, it seems likely that the implication is that that particular Cubone took up its mother's skull and femur for vengeance... Which is totally badass once you think about it...

Now let that sink in... How is that possible? Out of instinct, a Cubone will decapitate its dead mother's head, skin it, remove the innards, clean it, and then wear the skull as a mask. And if that wasn't creepy enough, it then spends its nights sobbing while still wearing its mother's skull. Vengeance or not, that's leaving Pokémon and going into Leatherface territory. No wonder Cubone is known as the Lonely Pokémon.

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It's a four-foot-tall-desert-crawling-cactus-turned-scarecrow that apparently stalks travellers (not Pokémon, not people, just "travellers") until they can no longer move. And then it drains them dry.

That's all for now. More when I find more disturbing things to write. Till then fellow members

Nelauk
May 9th, 2011, 03:24 PM
ok that is pretty disturbing when you think about it

especially cubone

West the Hardcore Nerd
May 9th, 2011, 04:03 PM
Opening the following will spoil some important plot points for Black and White:

Holy crap, Ghetsis. That guy is really dark for a Pokemon game... Seriously, he mentally abused and neglected his only son (as far as we know; things get even worse if you think about Ghetsis abusing even more offspring) for his own selfish gain, raising him as his own easily-manipulated pawn for his whole global domination scheme, and he has the nerve to call N a freak without a human heart. Whoa. To make matters worse, Ryoku of the Seven Sages doubts that N is actually Ghetsis's son, leading to some rather creepy implications of kidnapping.

Pika-power
May 9th, 2011, 04:47 PM
Wow! I didn't notice this until you pointed it out. And the Cacturne thing? Creeeepy!

Hermione Granger
May 9th, 2011, 06:03 PM
Obviously, the creators didn't go into detail into those parts of the franchise because they aimed Pokemon for the little children (I suppose around 8 to 12 years old or even younger idk). You wouldn't see little children deciphering those, eh? Unless you tell them, of course. :/

Aquacorde
May 9th, 2011, 06:22 PM
Zeffy... what about Yamask's 'dex entries though?
Black: Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry.

White: These Pokémon arose from the spirits of people interred in graves in past ages. Each retains memories of its former life.
Kids are gonna pick up on that one, at least.

Hermione Granger
May 9th, 2011, 06:27 PM
Zeffy... what about Yamask's 'dex entries though?
Black: Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry.

White: These Pokémon arose from the spirits of people interred in graves in past ages. Each retains memories of its former life.
Kids are gonna pick up on that one, at least.
Yamask's Pokedex entry is not really disturbing. I mean, when you look at the mask its not really skeletony (like Cubone's) or ewwy (wtf is ewwy). It's kind of sad when you think about it tbh. But it also gives you something: sometimes, humans will become Pokemon when they die. :o

And heck Cofagrigus' 'dex entry says it eats human souls. The other one is about it's made from solid gold.

Aquacorde
May 9th, 2011, 06:41 PM
Well, I suppose... but there's also the Litwick line.
Litwick:
Black: Litwick shines a light that absorbs the life energy of people and Pokémon, which becomes the fuel that it burns.
White: While shining a light and pretending to be a guide, it leeches off the life force of any who follow it.

Lampent:
Black: This ominous Pokémon is feared. Through cities it wanders, searching for the spirits of the fallen.
White: It arrives near the moment of death and steals spirit from the body.

Chandelure:
Black: It absorbs a spirit, which it then burns. By waving the flames on its arms, it puts its foes into a hypnotic trance.
White: Being consumed in Chandelure's flame burns up the spirit, leaving the body behind.

Hermione Granger
May 9th, 2011, 06:43 PM
All of these Pokedex entries though, when we see the said Pokemon in the anime, why doesn't it all happen?

gameplayer56
May 9th, 2011, 08:59 PM
Hmm, yeah, all of those are really disturbing if you do think about.
Anyways, I'm impressed no one has mention Hypno (Hypno's Lullaby, anyone?).
FireRed: It carries a pendulum-like device. There once was an incident in which it took away a chile it hypnotized

Aquacorde
May 9th, 2011, 09:03 PM
It did happen in the anime. Well... the Desumasu ep wan't as horrifyingly sad as it could have been, but when you think about it a bit...
And then- hasn't come out in English yet-
The Litwick episode was basically all about how the Pokemon were sucking away life force. And is was hella creepy.

OmegaRuby and AlphaSapphire
May 9th, 2011, 09:11 PM
Yeah those a pretty creepy but so are Duskull's and Shedinja's
Sapphire: Duskull wanders lost among the deep darkness of midnight. There is an oft-told admonishment given to misbehaving children that this Pokémon will spirit away bad children who earn scoldings from their mothers. poor kids...it makes one want to behave...
Ruby:Shedinja's hard body doesn't move - not even a twitch. In fact, its body appears to be merely a hollow shell. It is believed that this Pokémon will steal the spirit of anyone peering into its hollow body from its back.
Shedinja is especially creepy...it just comes out of no where...and it doesn't move!

gameplayer56
May 9th, 2011, 09:29 PM
Eh, I haven't noticed these for some time now.
Dusknoir

Diamond & Pearl: The antenna on its head captures radio waves from the world of spirits that command it to take people there

HG&SS: This feared Pokemon is said to travel to worlds unknown. Some even believe that it takes lost spirits along with it.

Darkrai

HG&SS: It chases people and Pokemon from its territory by causing them to experience deep, nightmarish slumbers

xDreaming
May 9th, 2011, 09:35 PM
If you go in depth w/ the cubone one (like you did) it gets really creepy.

adamant57
May 10th, 2011, 12:29 AM
It's good to see many of you sharing these entries. And now, for another update. This time, I'll go into detail for some of the Pokémon already mentioned by other members aside from adding a few new ones.

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It is said that Shedinja will steal your soul if you look in its back. Guess what you're looking at whenever you send it into battle.

Also, if you compare it to the Ninjask that crawled out of it, they'll have identical natures and the "Met at..." data will be the same between them for both time and level. Does it mean that it's truly one Pokémon ripped in two, or that the husk was a sentient skin just waiting to be shed? Additionally, because its "evolution" isn't announced, it's possible to have a Shedinja in your party and not realize it's there.

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It's ability itself is already disturbing, being able to send you into a perpetual nightmare. The worst part is that Darkrai doesn't even do it on purpose! It's a defence mechanism. He doesn't want to do this, but he can't control the power. He can't power it down, decide when it happens, cut it off, or redirect it. If he's anywhere near someone who's asleep, it happens, and there's nothing he can do about it.

Imagine if you had trouble sleeping and didn't know about Darkrai's ability and asks it to put you to sleep. You'll be trapped in a never ending nightmare and your only chance is to wake up. But your Darkrai is ever so loyal and decides to stay by your side until you wake up. Good luck trying to wake up

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Ah yes, the "pedophiles" of the Pokémon world. They lead children away by hypnotizing them and they are never seen again... Anyone ever wondered what happened to said children?

Oh, allow me to bring up one of the Pokédex entries: If your nose becomes itchy while you are sleeping, it's a sure sign that one of these Pokémon is standing above your pillow and trying to eat your dream through your nostrils.

Imagine you're sleeping oh so soundly, your eyes are snapped shut but your nose is itching. At first you brush this off and sleep. Then you feel like having a midnight snack so you open your eyes and what do you see? A fat, tapir-like thing standing next to your bed with a slasher smile while it's eating your dreams

And one more thing — if this Pokémon kidnaps you, you're not getting away. Hypno's ability is Insomnia. It never sleeps. Oh, actually, it also has Forewarn. Which MAY mean it knows when you're about to try to escape.

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Cofagrigus, is already creepy enough considering that it's basically a coffin (or sarcophagus) with a malicious grin on its face and ghostly hands peeking out of the inside of the coffin, but then there's its ability, Mummy. If a Pokémon physically hits it, it will have its ability changed to Mummy. If another Pokémon hits that Pokémon, they have their ability changed to Mummy. Poképandemic, or zombie apocalypse?

A Pokédex entry for Yamask: "Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry."

Read that again, "...that used to be its face when it was human". You're not just dealing with a Pokémon, it's actually a real ghost of a long dead human. It's stated in the White dex entry that Yamask remembers everything from when it was a human. So, thousands of a years ago, a human died and its ghost remains. It remembers everything about its old wife/husband and children and the life it used to have, and now it's cursed to forever wallow in grief and misery. Then some kid comes along and captures it in a Pokéball. Good job player, you just caught the ghost of a real human being and are now using it as a battle slave. So you have a centuries old person who's forced to fight and take down Pokémon, fully aware of its old life and memories. And that's not all. It too has the ability Mummy. so it's not content to just grieve by itself, it turns other Pokémon into a mummy just by the mere touch. And then it evolves into a sarcophagus that eats grave robbers. Really Game Freak? Can't you think of anything creepier?

Oh yeah, Yamask can breed... If you're one of those people who breed Yamask to get good IVs or Natures, congrats, you just doomed many humans on Earth just to get a stronger Yamask.

Another take would be that they could be born from the spirits of all the people who died since the beginning of times. There must be, what? Some billions? I suppose you won't need all that to have the one you need, right?

Once you think about it, now it means that we're dragging souls out of Heaven or Hell. The former means that it's ripped away from eternal bliss to be enslaved, and the latter means that it's ripped away from eternal torment to take its rage out on the world. Wonderful...

And then there's the more humorous take (http://www.awkwardzombie.com/index.php?comic=041811)

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Based on an actual prehistoric giant dragonfly, it is over six feet long, can dislodge trees when taking off, is capable of lifting a grown human off the ground, can shred its enemies' internal organs from the shockwaves created by its wings, and is known for biting apart foes midflight. The disturbing thing is... Dragonflies actually do that last bit in real life. Seriously.

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Sure, you may think Gastly the floating, adorably goofy-looking ghost head is cute, right? Wait until you realize that it's over 4 feet tall! And since it's made of gas, it can "sneak into any place it desires", according to several Pokédex entries. Imagine waking up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom and seeing this giant face floating right in front of you. Of course, it may be the last thing you see, since it can "envelop an opponent of any size and cause suffocation".

For Haunter, according to it's Pokédex entries (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Haunter#Pok.C3.A9dex_entries_2),if a Haunter licks a person, the person starts shaking uncontrollably until death eventually comes. It can also pass through any obstacle. And to make things worse, it hides in the dark, planning to take the life of the next living thing that wanders close by. So basically, Haunter kills you, slowly, just because you're alive. And it can get you, no matter where you are.

For Gengar's case, it's Pokédex entry stated that Gengar, who appears at every full moon and scares people by pretending to be their shadow. Now consider Gengar's Pokédex weight and height. In HG/SS at least, it's about the same as the male protagonist. Now consider the fact that it can copy people's shadows. So, this ghostly creature who can shadow your exact movements, take your shape, and is about your size and weight is following you around. AND logically you can't escape as, like they say, "you can't outrun your own shadow..." Body snatchers anyone?

That's all my update for now. Until then fellow members, stay safe...

Hermione Granger
May 10th, 2011, 04:28 AM
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Cofagrigus, is already creepy enough considering that it's basically a coffin (or sarcophagus) with a malicious grin on its face and ghostly hands peeking out of the inside of the coffin, but then there's its ability, Mummy. If a Pokémon physically hits it, it will have its ability changed to Mummy. If another Pokémon hits that Pokémon, they have their ability changed to Mummy. Poképandemic, or zombie apocalypse?

A Pokédex entry for Yamask: "Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry."

Read that again, "...that used to be its face when it was human". You're not just dealing with a Pokémon, it's actually a real ghost of a long dead human. It's stated in the White dex entry that Yamask remembers everything from when it was a human. So, thousands of a years ago, a human died and its ghost remains. It remembers everything about its old wife/husband and children and the life it used to have, and now it's cursed to forever wallow in grief and misery. Then some kid comes along and captures it in a Pokéball. Good job player, you just caught the ghost of a real human being and are now using it as a battle slave. So you have a centuries old person who's forced to fight and take down Pokémon, fully aware of its old life and memories. And that's not all. It too has the ability Mummy. so it's not content to just grieve by itself, it turns other Pokémon into a mummy just by the mere touch. And then it evolves into a sarcophagus that eats grave robbers. Really Game Freak? Can't you think of anything creepier?

Oh yeah, Yamask can breed... If you're one of those people who breed Yamask to get good IVs or Natures, congrats, you just doomed many humans on Earth just to get a stronger Yamask.

Another take would be that they could be born from the spirits of all the people who died since the beginning of times. There must be, what? Some billions? I suppose you won't need all that to have the one you need, right?

Once you think about it, now it means that we're dragging souls out of Heaven or Hell. The former means that it's ripped away from eternal bliss to be enslaved, and the latter means that it's ripped away from eternal torment to take its rage out on the world. Wonderful...

And then there's the more humorous take (http://www.awkwardzombie.com/index.php?comic=041811)
Forgive me if you don't want to be corrected but Cofagrigus' ability, which you just mentioned how it works, is not really a pandemic or an apocalyptic scene. It just changes the ability of the Pokemon, not make it drastically sick or change its appearance. Just change the ability. But it'll go away if you take back the 'infected' Pokemon to its Pokeball.

And you forgot the fact that Cofagrigus' 'dex entry tells that it eats human's souls. :/

shengar
May 10th, 2011, 04:34 AM
Some part are bit too exaggerated like say, the Yanmega one.

These darker element is the reason why one should need at least one pokemon when they are go on travelling. Cities, Towns, and Villages also need a protector. Maybe this is another use for Gym. Thankfully, those dangerous thing should be rare in the wild, but this rule only apply for darker universe that maybe used for a shounen manga instead of the game. Just saying

xDaisuke0
May 10th, 2011, 04:35 AM
Im loving these explanations. haha.
Damn creators....what were they thinking?
I want a realistic kind of show, for a more adult audience, about Pokemon. It'd be cool.

Hermione Granger
May 10th, 2011, 04:39 AM
Oh, and I forgot to mention. That's why trainers train Pokemon, to make them not do those things that you mention. Unless those Pokemon are left in the wild, then obviously they would still do those stuff that you mentioned.

FourCartridge
May 10th, 2011, 08:24 AM
It's good to see many of you sharing these entries. And now, for another update. This time, I'll go into detail for some of the Pokémon already mentioned by other members aside from adding a few new ones.


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It's ability itself is already disturbing, being able to send you into a perpetual nightmare. The worst part is that Darkrai doesn't even do it on purpose! It's a defence mechanism. He doesn't want to do this, but he can't control the power. He can't power it down, decide when it happens, cut it off, or redirect it. If he's anywhere near someone who's asleep, it happens, and there's nothing he can do about it.

Imagine if you had trouble sleeping and didn't know about Darkrai's ability and asks it to put you to sleep. You'll be trapped in a never ending nightmare and your only chance is to wake up. But your Darkrai is ever so loyal and decides to stay by your side until you wake up. Good luck trying to wake up

That's all my update for now. Until then fellow members, stay safe...

And let's not forget the ever so loveable Mystery Dungeon version of Darkrai...

King Of The Blues
May 10th, 2011, 09:09 AM
In my opinion, I think that some of these Pokemon pokedex entries are just old tales and folklore / urban legends just to frighten and scare people or whatever. I believe especially that the Ghost Pokemon's pokedex entries are meant just to frighten people or just little children in the Pokemon world.

That's just what I think, I'm not saying I'm right or wrong here.

gameplayer56
May 10th, 2011, 12:26 PM
I just barely remembered a few creepy-pastas & decided to look at the entries.

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Drifloon

Pearl: It tugs on the hands of children to steal them away. However, it gets pulled around instead

HG&SS: It is whispered that any child who mistakes Drifloon for a balloon and holds on to it could wind up missing


Missing child, eh? Its good to know that Officer Jenny is on the case.

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Banette

Diamond & Pearl: A doll that became a Pokemon over its grudge from being junked. It seeks the child that disowned it.


Makes me want to keep playing my toys...

Owl
May 10th, 2011, 03:58 PM
Never really thought of Pokemon that way, altho I do remember feeling that Drifloon creeped me out a bit because it would suck the souls out of people and other Pokemon o.o

shengar
May 10th, 2011, 04:43 PM
Oh, and I forgot to mention. That's why trainers train Pokemon, to make them not do those things that you mention. Unless those Pokemon are left in the wild, then obviously they would still do those stuff that you mentioned.

Hence, this is also another reason that not everyone can catch and train any pokemon as they like. You need a LOT of guts to face one Gastly. You fail, you might possibly die.

Rai
May 10th, 2011, 08:17 PM
Pokemon has always had disturbing entries. They don't bother me anymore; I'm used to them. But one that did disturb me was this one:

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Darumaka's droppings are hot, so people used to put them in their clothes to keep themselves warm.

adamant57
May 11th, 2011, 12:43 AM
Forgive me if you don't want to be corrected but Cofagrigus' ability, which you just mentioned how it works, is not really a pandemic or an apocalyptic scene. It just changes the ability of the Pokemon, not make it drastically sick or change its appearance. Just change the ability. But it'll go away if you take back the 'infected' Pokemon to its Pokeball.

And you forgot the fact that Cofagrigus' 'dex entry tells that it eats human's souls. :/

True enough. And while the eating human souls thing may be true, according to Cofagrigus' Pokédex entry (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Cofagrigus_%28Pok%C3%A9mon%29#Pok.C3.A9dex_entries), it swallows those who are too close to them and turn them into mummies.... Not that that's any better that having your soul eaten

Some part are bit too exaggerated like say, the Yanmega one.


While that may also be true that some things are exagerrated, nothing about Yanmega was exaggerated. Everything I wrote was 100% lifted from it's Pokédex entries (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Yanmega_%28Pok%C3%A9mon%29#Pok.C3.A9dex_entries_2)

Oh, and I forgot to mention. That's why trainers train Pokemon, to make them not do those things that you mention. Unless those Pokemon are left in the wild, then obviously they would still do those stuff that you mentioned.

Funny you should bring that up because in today's update, I'm going to talk about the horrors caused by us, the humans. Without further ado...

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Remember that cute little Paras? The mushroom growing on it's back is a parasite. You train and train and train, and finally at level 24, it evolves into Parasect. Keep in mind, Paras is a Nymph (IE: Larval stage) insect. Parasect is STILL a Nymph. Only the mushroom has grown! The Pokédex entry (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Parasect_%28Pok%C3%A9mon%29) says that in Parasect, the mushroom has grown so large that it literally sucks the nutrients from Paras' body to the point that it's stunted Paras' growth permanently. Plus it's said to make the timid Paras into a VERY aggressive Parasect. One can imagine it crossing the line from sucking on trees to killing and growing from its prey's nutrients... Not only that, according to the Yellow Pokédex entry, the mushroom does all the thinking. I can go on longer about Paras and Parasect but I think it's better if you read this article (http://bulbanews.bulbagarden.net/wiki/On_the_Origin_of_Species:_Paras_and_Parasect) instead.

Or if you're too darn lazy to read the article, here's a simplified version, extracted from the article:

The evolution from Paras to Parasect represents the point at which the fungus seizes control of the insect's brain, leading to Pokédex entries for Parasect like the following: "The bug host is drained of energy by the mushrooms on its back. They appear to do all the thinking" and, perhaps even creepier, "When nothing's left to extract from the bug, the mushrooms on its back leave spores on the bug's egg." Many Pokémon will take a real species' characteristics and exaggerate them in some way, but the Paras family seems to have taken the Cordyceps-insect relationship and made it even more sinister. Rather than simply killing its host, the fungus infecting the creature essentially becomes its host.That's right, by evolving your Paras into Parasect, you just let your cute lil' Paras have its brain hijacked by a parasitic fungus, turning it into some kind of fungus zombie, just because you want a stronger Pokémon.

If you truly care about your Paras' well-being, make it hold an everstone

Oh, the horror doesn't stop there. Google it's real life equivalent: Zombie ants (http://www.google.com.my/#hl=en&xhr=t&q=zombie+ants&cp=9&pf=p&sclient=psy&safe=off&site=&source=hp&aq=0&aqi=&aql=&oq=zombie+an&pbx=1&fp=770465923583ecd7&biw=1024&bih=575). Go ahead, I dare you

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Some of you may already know that female Snorunt can evolve into Frosslass if you use a Dawn Stone. Sounds harmless right? Now lets examine that a little further

Snorunt is a pure Ice type Pokémon. Frosslass is a dual Ice/Ghost type Pokémon. You use a Dawn Stone to make it evolve. Lets put in in math terms.

Dawn=Sunlight
Sunlight+Ice=Melting
Ice type Pokémon+Melting=DEATH

In other words, by evolving it into a Frosslass, you are effectively KILLING YOUR SNORUNT. Way to go trainer

On the subject of Frosslass, lets get to know the Pokémon better. It may look like a somewhat pretty ice ghost, but it likes to... FREEZE ITS VICTIMS AND DISPLAY THEM! Imagine spending the rest of your life as an ice statue. Frosslass itself is based on the Yuki Onna (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuki-onna), a Japanese ice spirit, who would either be merciful and let her victims go free... or do such lovely things like freeze them to death or drain them of their blood/life force.

Remember in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum when you were on your way to get your 7th Badge? On Route 217, there's a house near a rock that can let you evolve your Eevee into Glaceon. If you enter it, the lights are turned off and a woman is sitting alone and unmoving at the table. She talks in a creepy whisper about how she never gets visitors any more and please, take this, and you get a Spell Tag—an item that enhances ghost types. And if you re-enter the house after leaving, it's deserted—there's no-one there. Not to mention a trainer that's near the cabin mentions legends of hauntings in the area...

Lets piece that together. Since it's in an Ice-type region, she gives you the Spell Tag which enhances Ghost Type moves, and people talk about recent hauntings, the woman may have been a Yuki Onna, or a Froslass in disguise. Which may make things creepy when you realize that if it was indeed either one, she could have frozen you and turned you into one of her trophies forever!

Glalie, its male counterpart, isn't much better. As if its design isn't creepy enough, according to it's Pokédex entries (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Glalie_%28Pok%C3%A9mon%29#Pok.C3.A9dex_entries_2),Glalie like to freeze their prey and leisurely EAT THEM. Yes, leisurely. It gets worrying when you realize its five freaking feet tall and weighs over 600 pounds. That's big enough for it to eat an adult human.

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Genosect (or Genesect, depending on how you Romantize) was feared as the ultimate hunter. It was probably locked up somewhere for a really good reason, and Team Plasma boosted its strength to legendary levels. Suppose they let you encounter Geno/esect in game. If you knock it out, it disappears. Guess what? You let a monster loose in the world, probably killing all those cute Pokémons and eating them. And the cannon on the back is stronger now. It could easily walk up to your friends Cheren and Bianca and blast their guts out. Which to use? Genesect: genetically modified by a crazy sect or Genosect: Genocidal Insect?

It was also feared as the ultimate hunter 300 million years ago, long before humans, when there were mostly small lizards, amphibians, and bugs. That overpowered monstrosity could have easily wiped out all life on the planet. And there wasn't just ONE of them. It was an entire species. So imagine hundreds of five-foot tall bipedal insects with cannons (According to Pokédex entries (http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Genesect#Pok.C3.A9dex_entries), Team Plasma only powered up its gun) running around killing whatever they want to, because their closest competition is some ancient lizards, frogs, and giant dragonflies (Yanmega). It's a good thing it went extinct, because otherwise, we could have never competed.

But then again, too bad the world of Pokémon is full of scientists who like to play God (or Arceus) and take thousands of fossils of such Pokémon, then breathing life back into them just to let a bunch of pre-teens have them as pets. Odds are by the time this entry was even written, Japan's already crawling with more of them than ever existed back then.

Well, that's all for now fellow members. In the next update, I'm going to take a break from talking about Pokémon. Instead, I'm going to talk about the moves in the Pokémon world. Till then fellow members, stay safe

インフェルノの津波
May 11th, 2011, 12:59 AM
Froslass is a bit shaky, since Dawn Stone in Japanese is Awakening Stone, which is a whole other can of worms.

adamant57
May 22nd, 2011, 06:50 AM
Hello everyone. Not much of an update this time. As promised, in this update, I'll be talking about Pokémon moves. Now, we just use moves as we please right? But have we really thought about how those attacks really work? How the user performs them, and the amount of pain the opponent feels?



Muddy Water is basically the Surf attack, only the water is disgusting, brown, and has twigs and leaves in it. Imagine that bearing down on you and you can't run from it (of course, this becomes a harsh reality for anyone who lives somewhere where floods and mudslides are a common occurrence).



Dark Void. A move that, supposedly, puts you to sleep for all eternity when combined with Darkrai's ability. And Darkrai causes nightmares accidentally! So let's say that you're a trainer with insomnia, and you have your Darkrai help you fall asleep. Suddenly, you are sucked into a demonic hell scape that you can only wake up from if Darkrai leaves. Thing is, your Darkrai, EVER so loyal, stays by your side until you wake up, which is never.



Any one hit KO move. Being sliced in half (Guillotine), being subjected to temperatures that would make liquid nitrogen seem like a steam bath in comparison (Sheer Cold), being drilled into and having your organs churned like butter (Horn Drill), and being hurled into a near-endless abyss (Fissure).You know who uses that move, and even gives you the TM for it? Giovanni.



Leech Seed has innumerable seeds stick to you, and before you can brush them off, they sprout creepers which dig under your skin all over your body and drain your fluids.



Gear Saucer, the signature move of one of the new Gen V Pokémon, specifically Klink. Basically, the Pokémon is two connected gears, and to use its signature Gear Saucer, it crushes the opponent between itself! Can you imagine being CRUSHED BETWEEN TWO GEARS? Sure that doesn't sound like much when you take into consideration it's height and weight but think of it this way, ever caught your finger on the hinge of a metal door? Even if the target is much, much larger than it, Klink can use the move on a vital area of their body, like say, oh I dunno... the neck? Or maybe... ehehehehe.. Anyway, Klink evolves twice. By this point, it's a series of large gears, four in total, with a spiked ring orbiting the lower portion and the ability to charge energy. Gear Saucer isn't two gears smashing you anymore, it's a goddamn industrial accident.



Autotomize: It cuts off useless parts of its body. It sharply raises its Speed and makes its weight lighter. (Hope I don't get to see a Pokémon with Metronome that isn't a Steel-type covered in body armor use this attack...). Heck, that's horrifying even when used by a Steel-type, since they still should be able to feel it...



Acid Spray: It spits out a liquid to melt the opponent. It sharply lowers the opponent's Special Defense.



Scald burns the opponent with searing water



Simple Beam changes the ability of a Pokémon to Simple. By lowering it's IQ maybe? (Lol ok maybe this is more hilarious than disturbing when you picture this situation (http://youtu.be/DpflEPzZoN8))

Well, that's all for now. Look out for the next update. In the next one, I'll be touching a special subject. What you may ask? You'll have to wait and see. Till then fellow members

BattleBeard
May 23rd, 2011, 04:59 AM
Autotomize and Gear Saucer scare me the most...

pryce10
May 25th, 2011, 03:36 AM
on frostlass I am suprised that you did not mentioned how its past form was a woman that died in stormy mountain according to some legends

Gymnotide
May 25th, 2011, 08:19 AM
Paras and Parasect aren't that scary if you know about all the other messed up things that happen in the animal kingdom <3

salmence33
May 26th, 2011, 09:31 PM
The Frosslass thing really creeps me out. 0.o

and they didnt have any better ideas than a ghost of actual humans??? thats horrible!!!

Tyranee
May 26th, 2011, 11:05 PM
I find this information to be astounding and I say continue. I'm not affected by these really because it's in the end all just pixels. Keep it up!

Pyrax
May 27th, 2011, 03:38 PM
The Frosslass thing really creeps me out. 0.o

and they didnt have any better ideas than a ghost of actual humans??? thats horrible!!!

If it makes you feel better, Banette is a spirit inside an abandoned doll.

2Cool4Mewtwo
May 29th, 2011, 08:11 PM
Frillish/Jellicent may make some people afraid of ocean :s

Frillish dex entry (White)
"They paralyze prey with poison, then drag them down to their lairs, five miles below the surface."
Hmm... I wonder what they'll do with you FIVE MILES underwater... o_O

Jellicent dex entry (Black)
"The fate of the ships and crew that wander into Jellicent's habitat: all sunken, all lost, all vanished."
Creepy O_O


Some other "disturbing" entries...

Duskull (HGSS)
"If it finds bad children who won't listen to their parents, it will spirit them away--or so it's said."
Okay, I'll have to be nice to my parents from now on... http://yoursmiles.org/msmile/wonder/m1432.gif

Dusclops
No need for a dex entry, Dusclops just sucks everything that it can or wants to, and it can never leave. Its body is literally black hole. Imagine a miniature black hole that's coming towards you http://yoursmiles.org/msmile/wonder/m1822.gif

Hydreigon (Black) - okay, not exactly "disturbing," but still scary in a way
"This brutal Pokémon travels the skies on its six wings. Anything that moves seems like a foe to it, triggering its attack."
Wow.. I wouldn't even want to get near this thing in real life!

Ehibika
May 30th, 2011, 08:50 AM
some people question whether or not the pokedex should be taken seriously in comparison to anime cannon, but I think the saving grace for the pokemon world is the fact that you rarely if ever see the really dangerous Pokemon in the wild.

however, the fact that tyranitar can be found in the wild in the unova region was rather concerning, since tyranitar is suppose to have a habit of terraforming the environment all out of a hissy fit.

adamant57
June 2nd, 2011, 04:25 AM
Hello everyone! I'm back with a new update. I've been scrolling through the new posts but this particular one caught my eye:

I find this information to be astounding and I say continue. I'm not affected by these really because it's in the end all just pixels. Keep it up!

Thanks for your support, but that isn't what caught my attention. I'd like to direct everyone's attention to the bold sentence because well, today's update is going to be about those pixels. Let's backtrack to Gen II shall we? I think the GB/C cartridge owners would understand today's update more.

Now, imagine one day, popping in Gold, Silver, or Crystal, a game you've played for eight or so years, in which you have been obsessively training your Pokémon and grown attached to them, maybe you consider them your childhood friends, turn on your game one day, but there is no "Continue" just "New Game", as if you never played it before. So you try to salvage your childhood friends by starting over from scratch: get your old starter, catch that one Hoothoot that became an endearing member of your team, sure it may not be the same Pokémon, but its the best you can do. The day wears on, you have to eventually turn it off after saving the game state, and then the next day you start playing, and its the same deal as yesterday: "New Game" and nothing more. You restart and save a few times, to find that you can no longer save your game. You can play through the game a bit, but your efforts are washed away the next time you turn it off or on, you might fire up your Pokémon Stadium 2, which no longer even works with your game, and see the ghosts of the Pokémon you used to know in the Registered section. All your Pokémon are wiped from existence. You have no way of recreating it, and you had no warning. Or, you did have a warning, and for the rest of the time you find out, you wait for your game to stop saving and all of your Pokémon friends being wiped from existence, and you can't do anything to stop it.

Still don't know what I'm talking about? Four words that doom many players around the world:

Internal Clock Battery failure

Similarly in Gen III, there's the clock failure as well. You can still save but it's always the same time, the same day... forever.

Think about it. your Gen IV and Gen V DS carts could go through this as well in the near future. All that hard work down the drain...

That's all for now. My parting words, love your Pokémon while you still can. Even if they are just pixels.

What's my next update going to be about? I'll give you two clues: Lt. Surge and Lucario. Till next time fellow members.

TheWatersGreatGuardian
June 2nd, 2011, 10:41 AM
Misdreavus: Startles people in the middle of the night and feeds off their fear.

Gengar: The leer that floats in the darkness and delights in cursing people

Almondeyes
June 2nd, 2011, 12:48 PM
If pokemon were real, I'm fairly sure Lampent would scare the crap out of me. It's dex entries: This ominous pokemon is feared. Through cities it wanders, searching for spirits of the fallen. It arrives near the moment of death and steals spirit from the body. Creepy... IT EATS YOUR SOUL! Another one, albeit subtle (Delibird): It nests at the edge of sharp cliffs. It spends all day carrying food to it's awaiting chicks. Seems innocent, but that Delibird you just knocked out/ caught was taking food to it's babies and now they're presumably going to starve to death. O.o Nintendo, please think about the wording of these entries more carefully!

EDIT: Oh yeah, just remembered Yamask. Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry. I don't wanna be a Yamask when I die! And my face becomes a friggin mask? TT.TT

The Nightmare
June 4th, 2011, 02:57 PM
Cofagrigus and gastly would be kinda disturbing but, how is cubone, cacturne and porygone-Z?

Mr. L
June 4th, 2011, 04:40 PM
Eggs from the day care centre always bothered me a bit, imagine it, your pokemon lays an egg, cares for it and loves it, then an old man comes out and takes the egg away from its parents.

It's then given to you, chances are the parents at the day care centre don't even know you, they were caught and abandoned in your box in your quest to collect every Pokemon. You then wander around with it until it hatches, that baby Pokemon gets one glimpse at the sun and then its boxed as its fulfilled the same role as its parents, or its released as its deemed genetically inferior by you, who is hunting for the perfect combination of nature, IVs and/or egg moves.

On a related note, Ditto will steal a Pokemons identity, and then sleep with it.

インフェルノの津波
June 4th, 2011, 04:41 PM
So in other words Ditto is the ultimate pimp.

Mr. L
June 5th, 2011, 03:31 AM
So in other words Ditto is the ultimate pimp.

Both the ultimate pimp and ultimate wh***, depends on whether you look at the glass half empty or half full =D

Hermione Granger
June 5th, 2011, 04:49 AM
EDIT: Oh yeah, just remembered Yamask. Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry. I don't wanna be a Yamask when I die! And my face becomes a friggin mask? TT.TT

There's a big flaw in that sentence right there. You will never be a Yamask because Pokemon isn't real.

However, let's assume that Pokemon is real. What would you choose: living on the world with a whole new point of view and a whole new life but still remembering your own old life or just die?

I wouldn't mind becoming a Yamask when I die, at least I can still roam on the world and I'd have new things to do and better skills than when I was a human.

Impo
June 5th, 2011, 05:03 AM
Has anyone seen Shedinja's Pokedex. It's one of the oddest.

"A discarded bug shell that came to life. Peering into the crack on its back is said to steal one's spirit."

...So, looking at the crack in the back steals your soul.
Let me shed light on two things.

Crack in back.... crack in lower back... I think you know what crack I'm talking about. Serve's you right for peeving at Pokemon.

And may I direct everyone's attention to this B/W sprite:
http://archives.bulbagarden.net/media/upload/c/c6/Spr_b_5b_292.png
...Don't look at the crack in the back. Or you'll die, apparently.

rustymenon
June 5th, 2011, 06:07 AM
You know, What I find creepy is using a super effective heat crash from a Level 100 Emboar on a Level 2 Caterpie. Man, thank god they don't show the bodies of the Pokemon. Brrr.....

Almost Me
June 5th, 2011, 07:31 AM
Hello everyone! I'm back with a new update. I've been scrolling through the new posts but this particular one caught my eye:



Thanks for your support, but that isn't what caught my attention. I'd like to direct everyone's attention to the bold sentence because well, today's update is going to be about those pixels. Let's backtrack to Gen II shall we? I think the GB/C cartridge owners would understand today's update more.

Now, imagine one day, popping in Gold, Silver, or Crystal, a game you've played for eight or so years, in which you have been obsessively training your Pokémon and grown attached to them, maybe you consider them your childhood friends, turn on your game one day, but there is no "Continue" just "New Game", as if you never played it before. So you try to salvage your childhood friends by starting over from scratch: get your old starter, catch that one Hoothoot that became an endearing member of your team, sure it may not be the same Pokémon, but its the best you can do. The day wears on, you have to eventually turn it off after saving the game state, and then the next day you start playing, and its the same deal as yesterday: "New Game" and nothing more. You restart and save a few times, to find that you can no longer save your game. You can play through the game a bit, but your efforts are washed away the next time you turn it off or on, you might fire up your Pokémon Stadium 2, which no longer even works with your game, and see the ghosts of the Pokémon you used to know in the Registered section. All your Pokémon are wiped from existence. You have no way of recreating it, and you had no warning. Or, you did have a warning, and for the rest of the time you find out, you wait for your game to stop saving and all of your Pokémon friends being wiped from existence, and you can't do anything to stop it.

Still don't know what I'm talking about? Four words that doom many players around the world:

Internal Clock Battery failure




Wait, so that's what's wrong with my Pokemon Gold?

I swear to god I'm going to get my money back from that ***** at the car boot sale.

pikafrogbro
June 5th, 2011, 08:12 AM
The thing's practically a glitch Pokémon.

This got me thinking, what if its not really an evolution of Porygon 2, maybe the mysterious disk has a part of missingno in it. So when you use it on Porygon 2, it turns into a fight for dominance between missingno and Porygon 2. If this is true, then maybe every time it twitches, it is missingno trying to take control of Porygon 2.... What do you guys think about my theory?

fliyer
June 8th, 2011, 07:52 AM
i remember a dusknoir epuisode where a dusknoir was triying to take soem one to the spirit world :\

Rooke
June 8th, 2011, 12:35 PM
http://www.pokestadium.com/pokemon/sprites/handheld/blackwhite/animated/562.gif

"Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry."

"These Pokémon arose from the spirits of people interred in graves in past ages. Each retains memories of its former life."

That is disturbing.

2Cool4Mewtwo
June 8th, 2011, 01:04 PM
This was actually made by someone that shall not be named (at least for me), but Parasect is actually a ZOMBIE. It is an insect creature that is completely controlled by the big mushroom on its body. The further proof on why Parasect is a zombie is, because its eyes have been whited out, that may well resemble the white eyes seen in zombies.

Pokemon Yellow dex entry:
The bug host is drained of energy by the mushrooms on its back. They appear to do all the thinking.

Interestingly its toxic spores are used in CHINA according to Pokemon FireRed dex entry... If you can imagine a real life person consuming its spores in some way... :paranoid:

musesum626
June 10th, 2011, 11:04 AM
So I just caught a Weepinbell and was disturbed by this Pokedex entry:
"If its prey is bigger than its mouth, it slices up the victim with sharp leaves, then eats every morsel."

So then I looked at its other entries, which include things like "swallows anything that moves" and "prey is melted by strong acids", and I realized Victreebel must be much worse. And it is.
"Said to live in huge colonies deep in jungles, although no one has ever returned from there." Just look up its other entries on Bulbapedia.

Yes, some of this stuff is already real; for example, real pitcher plants lure their prey with sweet aromas so they can fall into liquid enzymes or something. But imagine that 10x bigger and with teeth....

It's a good thing for James that the laws of Pokedex entries don't apply to the anime.

adamant57
June 17th, 2011, 06:46 AM
Hey everyone! It's time for a long overdue update on the things we find disturbing about Pokémon.

Consider that we've been talking about ghosts, psychic abominations, and things with awesome, inexplicable power. Now picture them at war, a far cry from normal Trainer battles, where Pokémon can't kill their opponent or attack trainers.

Sound a bit absurd? A little far from it. Assuming you've seen the movie featuring Lucario, the movie itself confirms a terrifying fact - Pokémon go to war with their human trainers/soldiers, who use them instead of guns. So seeing the world of Pokémon is full of monsters that can breathe fire, create tidal waves and generate electricity among other things, the best death you can hope for is a Fighting-type snapping your neck like a dry twig.

Remember this guy from Gen 1?

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/frlgemtr/frlgemtr118.png

I'm sure many of you can tell me it's Lt. Surge. Now lets look at him at a different perspective. Consider that he is specifically stated to be an American soldier, which means wars are still being fought up to modern times. The region the games takes place in is based on Japan, which we can assume to actually be Japan in that universe. So if America and Japan exist in that universe and history is pretty much the same, then World War II was fought with Pokémon. And if World War II was fought with Pokémon, just imagine what Nazi Germany did with them. And then atrocities committed during any war. With Pokémon. Perhaps all those horrific Pokédex entries came from how Pokémon were used during wars?

I guess we'll never know

tl;dr version:
Imagine going to war using Pokémon instead of weapons

That's all for now fellow members. With today's update complete, I leave you all with a picture of Registeel

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/dpmfa/dpmfa379.png
Registeel: Legendary Pokémon and Hauptsturmführer in the Waffen-SS

Bonus Pic:
http://img.chan4chan.com/img/2009-05-02/1241235729652.jpg

aspie3000
June 17th, 2011, 04:42 PM
Fighting wars with pokemon wouldn't be very efficient they are living creatures that sometimes wouldn't even listen to their masters as proven by the games , plus our weapons we have in this world would be better and more destructive than pokemon (except the legendarys which no one could catch) now I don't know how pokemon mechanics work compared to the real world but if it's anything like animals you could kill a charizard with a bullet, as for the pokemon with hides immune to bullets, it is proven that they can be poisoned so you could kill tyranitar and metagross with mustered gas, plus in the end US came up with the atom bomb which kills pretty much every pokemon (again excluding the legendarys) the radiation would even kill the ghost types, but it would be scary to see what Hitler would have done with pokemon, worst yet what if Stalin or Mao got ahold of them:paranoid:.

PlatinumDude
June 18th, 2011, 12:56 AM
The only thing I find disturbing that hasn't been mentioned is Hydreigon's Black Dex entry:
This brutal Pokémon travels the skies on its six wings. Anything that moves seems like a foe to it, triggering its attack.
Doesn't that also cause it to attack its friends too? I'm not sure if it attacks instinctively or if it does the attacking willingly.

Uade
June 18th, 2011, 09:37 AM
That actually is creepy...

Evilade
June 19th, 2011, 02:52 PM
The very first pokemon you mentioned, Porygon-Z - 'Porygon-Z can sometimes be seen shaking rapidly for a short time.'

Now, I like what you said, but here's what I found much more disturbing about it.

In season one of pokemon, there is a famously banned episode that featured Porygon and this episode caused thousands of Japanese children to have seizures, and in some cases become hospitalized, hence it's banning. I don't believe it was ever shown again.

Wait, what was Porygon-Z's Pokedex entry again...

Oh yes, 'Porygon-Z can sometimes be seen shaking rapidly for a short time.' Kinda like a seizure, huh?

.Marion
June 19th, 2011, 04:35 PM
I agree with the Hydreigon and its evolutionary lines... Its pretty scary if you ask me. It has no mind of its own and pretty much move of its instincts alone which is kinda sad and scary. The only thing I wonder about is that why does it not attack its trainer? :P

aspie3000
June 22nd, 2011, 01:27 PM
Perhaps the pokedex was mistaken.

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
June 25th, 2011, 05:52 PM
I think the Ghost Pokemon entries are fine. Ghost Pokemon are supposed to be "disturbing" because they are Ghost and many people see Ghost as being disturbing


:t354:TG

Sul_Zala
June 26th, 2011, 07:32 AM
I like this thread already.

So. You've got a world full of creatures with insane powers. And your parents even ALLOW you to go outside, play with them, going on a fricking journey through the country, battling. This alone shows how DIFFERENT the society from the Pokemon world is in regard to ours, even if it seems ever so similar. Considering the topic of Lt. Surge and Admiral Drake, it's easy to conclude that there is an army. One of the veterans in Lt. Surge's gym said he fought alongside him in the war. And now look at the fact that the towns are scattered, there isn't much infrastructure in between, and so many children don't seem to have parents at all. They have none. They died in the war, all they have is their Pokemon, their only companions, who can become monsters. In the end, the Pokemon world could very well be a post-war area. But between who? Two states? Or the Pokemon and the humans? Consider! These creatures could easily kill their young trainers and even the older ones aren't 100% safe, but no one seems to carry weapons. With the technology shown in the Pokemon world, there could be myriads of weapons, even Laser Gun style, and still I have yet to see something as simple as a mace. In a way, the Pokemon are balancing out the human determination of expansion. Maybe there was some kind of treaty between humans and Pokemon: "You won't research in those fields, and we will give your kind a chance, show your children our side. We will get stronger, you will get information. And maybe, there will be peace." That's why the child protagonist is capable of beating the local Team Ambitions - their Pokemon are willing to get themselves beaten to stop them, while the child protagonist cares about his/her Pokemon (hopefully >_>).
In this aspect, the gyms also double as a defense and filter system against rogue trainers while assessing the combat prowess and willingness to stick to the more or less ancient treaty of the new potential leaders of their respective regions. To expand upon this point, it could very well be that the gym leaders have several teams of varying strength and use one or the other, depending on the number of badges a trainer already has.

There was this nice conversation about this kind of topic on dA somewhere... gotta look if I can find it again. I think one of its conclucsions was that Giovanni actually is a humanist that wants to reinstate human supremacy over Pokemon, but NO some meddling kid had to come along.

Next idea! The legendaries and stronger Pokemon actually let themselves be caught and function as spies to evaluate wether or not humanity abides to the rules that were set up.

raidersfan09
June 26th, 2011, 08:28 AM
i thit nosepass is creepy >.< so weird jsut a nose...

adamant57
June 27th, 2011, 06:34 AM
I like this thread already.

Next idea! The legendaries and stronger Pokemon actually let themselves be caught and function as spies to evaluate wether or not humanity abides to the rules that were set up.

It's good to see that a lot of people are liking this thread more and more. Now then, to expand your idea about legendaries. I think when we catch legendaries, we never seem to ask ourselves "Why would ANY legendary let itself get caught so (relatively) easily? I mean, we can catch a time-traveling avatar of all flora in existence; the embodiments of the earth, sea, and sky; the masters of time, space, and antimatter; the creators of free will, emotion, and knowledge; golems of rock, ice, and steel; a colossal golem that moved continents and created the aforementioned rock, ice, and steel golems; a rainbow phoenix and a draconic bird that can cause storms with a flap of its wings among other things.

The answer? Quite simple really. Considering said legendaries, they have been around for like, what? 100? 200? 300 years? or maybe since the dawn of time? while us puny mortals get to live... how much? 70 years? 90 at best? Guessing that such a short amount of time could barely mean anything to any legendaries.

Conclusion? You get to own great forces of nature for a while, then after your time has come, they either OWN you (if some people's beliefs are to be right) or simply they sets themselves free and continue with their business. After all, what's a human lifespan to any legendary at all - ever thought of that? Maybe they've been flipping you off all the time, or just wanted to give you the illusion of having caught a force of nature for real! and gloat about it while it lasts; or simply put, they took a liking to you and wanted to be pals with you. As frightening such a thought could be, it's true - such things can happen in the great scheme of things (provided there's one), so I have to say, kudos to you, good sir!

abluesman100
June 28th, 2011, 12:49 PM
It would be sick if there was an alternate pokemon anime that was set in a post apocalyptic pokemon world or something. And scientists experiment on pokemon like eevee mew ditto and porygon and make degenerate mutant clones that cause massive destruction. And all the pokedex entries are considered valid so you'd see 4foot gastlys swallowing people and kids getting eaten by volcarona swarms.