Patchface asks:

Who would win in a fight to the death, all the Gen 5 Pokemon you allowed to live, or all the Gen 5 Pokemon you condemned to die?

Well, in general one of the criteria I used for letting them live or die was whether they were actually any good, so… well, the ones who lived get most of the legendaries, all three starters, Hydreigon, Excadrill and Volcarona… and the ones who died get, like… fµ¢£in’… Watchog and Emolga and $#!t.  I mean, it’s not all bad, they get Bisharp, and Bisharp is legitimately a lot better now than it was in generation V, but still… I dunno if I see it working for them.

4 thoughts on “Patchface asks:

  1. I don’t remember every Pokémon you allowed to live and die, but if you allowed all of the swords of justice, plus the weather trio, to live I will be very shocked. I don’t know if other people feel the same but to me they’re some of the most unfortunate legendary designs we ever had.

    (Three old men with horrible hair and resting bitch face, who we’re supposed to believe are tricksters despite nothing about them looking the role…
    then three horses who swordfight with horns, in what’s maybe the most ridiculous image I’ve ever imagined- shoutout to terrakion looking like its horns are made of cardboard, plus keldeo who fits the my little pony aesthetic better than he does Pokémon.)


    1. He let the weather trio live, surprisingly. But he killed both Gigalith and Vanilluxe (not his fault, he didn’t know they’d become major weather setters and probably would have still hated them design-wise). He also killed Mandibuzz, which is completely on him, and he deserves to face the consequences of that.


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