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Author Topic: The science of Pokémon Evolution  (Read 93 times)

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The science of Pokémon Evolution
« on: June 05, 2019, 03:48:21 pm »
So I'm starting this topic for the fun of finding theories about the Pokemon world, specifically evolution. It doesn't have to be WAY to science'y though.


Pokemon Evolution.
When a Pokemon evolves it goes through what is considered micro evolution or metamorphosis. Most all Pokemon can evolve. The thing is, Pokemon evolve over their own lifespan. However if a Pokemon is particularly active such as being in lots of battles, the adrenaline and stimuli make the Pokemon evolve faster. Usually it would take a lifetime for a lazy wild Pokemon to evolve, but some such as Caterpie evolve at an even pace even if they are not active. (This isn't Canon just theories based around some canonical evidence.)
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Re: The science of Pokémon Evolution
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2019, 09:49:28 pm »
I encourage anyone else to comment on either your opinion of a theory of maybe introduce your own theory. I'd love to hear your opinions on the subject.
Video games can bring people together or keep them from society. Your choice but trust me, it's better to hang with other people who share your values and interests then to become an introvert. Never let a game with fake prophecy fake killing, and fake weapons become more than a game of pretend. Never let them influence your real life actions. Real killing is wrong but a video game is just that if you keep it that way.
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