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Originally Posted by Starsprite View Post
Well with proper control over Groudon things shouldn't be quite so messy. Besides, it's not like getting Kyogre to flood everything is going to be any different. It'll wreck the habitats on the islands even for years after the water recedes. Salt water can do some serious damage.

You know, I don't think the people would enjoy living on experimental cities very much. People tend to not like to take risks.

When people see Magma uniforms they go, "Oh what trustworthy looking people. We should let them extend the land! :3" It's for a political reason that we dress like we do.
Ah, but Kyogre makes rain. Rain is freshwater and will expand ALL the waters. And by that time, coastal areas will have been evacuated and cities will be relocated. We could probably even flood in increments- one flood a year for several years will give the land a bit of recovery time and would be safer for all life.

Ah but once you get some volunteers- the adventurous sort, the Pokémon world is full of those- to prove it's good and safe, people will take a chance. The move will take some time, but will pay off once the majority of civilization is using the floating cities.

Or possibly 'man why are these young people dressing in such gaudy and impractical clothes?'

Originally Posted by Starsprite View Post
How do you think the people in large cities like Slateport would like to live in Pacifidlog Town? I don't think they would, being so used to city life and what.
The can adapt. And who says city life would be given up for the floating cities? It's none too hard to capture the atmosphere and create a big city once the engineers have got the principles down.

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