View Single Post
  #4    
Old February 27th, 2013 (02:06 AM).
Forever's Avatar
Forever Forever is offline
let it go
Crystal Tier
 
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: http://goo.my/server
Age: 23
Gender: Female
Posts: 33,852
Quote originally posted by lollygag:
I hate to say it, but I think you're right about N. He was such a complex character, and he was what got a lot of the people to play the games. I think they liked the idea of an anti-villain. Plus N used a lot of interesting Unova Pokemon. He had Zoroark, one of the most iconic Unova Pokemon.
I agree, he was the one main person that was originally secretive, and throughout the games he was the one person other than your protagonist that really tried to stand up to Ghetsis to a great extent, and really question his ideas as well as his own.

Quote originally posted by Arlo:
For me it's Bianca, since she played such a part in both sets of games, and we got to see her grow up through the course of them. She started out indecisive and insecure and scatterbrained, then throughout the first games she started to learn to assert herself and to figure out what she wanted to do with her life, so that by the later games, she essentially assumed the role the "professor tree" plays in the games, as the adult who gives us our start. She, to me, is the most notable common thread between the games, and it was nice to see her grow to be decisive and secure and... still a bit scatterbrained. It provided a good sense of the passage of time there AND of continuity. And it was nice that she still had her Munna with her (now a Musharna), and that much nicer that the two of them together were really pretty impressive in Reversal Mountain. They came a long way together, and that was very satisfying to see.
Oh hey that's an interesting point. Other than Cheren we've seen her grow the most, and we've seen more of her journey than even our own protagonist!
__________________
I'm paired with and in love with Frizy ♥
Reply With Quote