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Old January 12th, 2013 (3:15 PM).
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In the world of Pokemon there seems to be three basic categories (that I have noticed) that Pokemon can fall into. Either animal based Pokemon, plant based Pokemon, or mechanical/robotic based Pokemon. Minus a few oddities here and there. To be even simpler you could say Pokemon is split into two categories. Those being Pokemon based upon living things and Pokemon based upon nonliving things. Although I'm mostly focusing on mechanical/robotic based Pokemon.

Animal based and plant based Pokemon seem to be the majority (especially animal based) and are closely based upon animals and plants in our world. We can ultimately assume that in the world of Pokemon animal and plant based Pokemon are most likely considered living. What about when it comes to that odd third group of Pokemon that fall under mechanical/robotic? Pokemon such as Voltorb, Magnemite, and Porygon can be and in the case of Porygon and somewhat of Voltorb are man-made. Are they then considered living like other Pokemon or are they some kind of advanced technology just on the edge of becoming living?

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