Not all of them, but this type of fans; I just read this comment: FREAKING AWESOME!!! NO MORE ASH!!
I think the worst part of this special will be the commotion caused by Red fans. And even so, I don't get where they're coming from:
I just don't get it. People idealize Red, make a God out of him when in reality, all they truly idealize is how "badass" he is? Sure, he is a strong trainer but is that all there is to his character? His strength? No
I like Red, I really do. But right now, every comment I read on Youtube is literally this:
OMG THE TRUE CHAMPION HAS ARRIVED ASH YOU SUCH A NOOB GO AWAY YOU SUCK THE TRUE POKEMON CHAMPION HAS ARRIVED RED IS AMAZING
And it's annoying. Especially since these people don't seem to realize this won't become an actual animated series like our true Pokémon anime.
Don't get me wrong, I'm loving the 'The Origin' news. The character designs look great to me and give off a mature vibe and the animation is smooth as well. I can't wait to see how battles will be animated, and even if this is short, very condensed and abridged, I shall make sure to enjoy every second of it. I'm not a big Red fan as others rare, but the lone opportunity to watch another type of animation for Pokémon makes me highly excited.
Still makes me kinda bummed there was no
I just saw this on Tumblr.
These appeared in the latest episodes, strange huh? Kalos is also shaped like a star so it this foreshadowing for Kalos or something? Or is it just some sort of an easter egg?
Is it really? I keep hearing this comment and I don't get it.
What do we really know about this 'evolution' so far? All we know is that Pokémon undergo this process during battle if holding a specific Mega Stone and that it gives them new powers/abilities/types. And what are mega stones? What is their role in the game? Where did they come from? It can't be pointless if you pay attention to the fact that the double helix in XY titles is a recurring pattern and it also occurs when a