Tamarra

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  • Years:
  • 43
  • Ethnic:
  • I'm from China
  • My sexual orientation:
  • Man
  • Eye tone:
  • Big gray-green
  • What is my gender:
  • I'm female
  • What is my Zodiac sign:
  • Cancer
  • My favourite music:
  • I prefer to listen reggae

About

Pokemon fuck. Having a fair amount of experience in exploring my thirst for video game characters in my illustrious career, I took it upon myself to explain to you, dear VG reader, just why I consider some Pokemon so alluring.

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And I get it. Look at Pikachu. The red cheeks, the lightning bolt tail—it all works together to make a loveable monster.

I used to like him. But one day, both the anime and the games decided to make Pikachu worse by progressively making his de thinner and thinner. Gone are the days of the best Pikachu, chubby Pikachu.

Pikachu has not one but two Z-crystal power-ups, because of course it does. And in the last couple of years, dancing Pikachu costumes are constantly being shared on social media.

There are hundreds of them, many of them more suited for a fighting game, and yet time and time again, we get Pikachu. How is not being able to tell completely separate games apart at first glance good marketing?

Fuck pikachu

Who cares. Slap a Pikachu on it.

All of it. Pokemon are the best ones.

This is not true. Because fuck Pikachu. And yet, it almost seems ridiculous to suggest this, especially given how successful the franchise has been thus far.

Look no further than Mimikyu, a monster that badly wants to be loved by everyone in the way Pikachu is, to the degree that it literally wears a Pikachu rag on its body. It works tremendously well, as I argued back when Mimikyu was originally unveiled:. I mean, think about it.

As a pet owner I always worry about maybe liking one pet more than the other. I feel a palpable pang of guilt when, say, I find my dog staring longingly at me while I pet my cat.

Mimikyu immediately became one of the most beloved monsters in the entire compendium. The A. By Patricia Hernandez. Illustration by Sam Woolley.