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    I just copy-pasted my answer from another forum. =P Beware, long post~

    Where do you begin to answer a question like this?
    So many people jump to the conclusion that the world would simultaneously implode onto itself. This may not be the case, however.


    One day you wake up and the world is full of Pokemon.
    But which Pokemon? I guess there would be only a select few in each country due to habitat restrictions and maybe even for "variety". Look here:http://faculty.southwest.tn.edu/rburkett/ES%20%20we17.jpg
    North America would more than likely be filled with Unova Pokemon just because that was the main inspiration for that region, North America (and South America to some extent). But that doesn't restrict the Unova dex just to America, depending on the Pokemon, they could exist elsewhere.
    For example, Mareep could be found in NZ, Aus, Asia and North America because of farming, but Kangaskhan would only be found in locations in Australia and Africa for the vast Savannahs that would allow space for such large creatures. Dewgong and Seel would live in the Antarctic, while Zubat could be found in most caves.
    Pidgey and Rattata would be almost everywhere because of this.
    Johto and Kanto Pokemon would have the most diversity due to the inspiration being not as specific as Unova Pokemon. Sinnoh Pokemon would live in Northern, mountainous regions such as Russia and Canada. Hoenn Pokemon would live in continents with a broader array of environments, mainly desert climate with some forest and coastal regions, such as South America, Africa and Australia. Asia would mostly contain Pokemon from the Kanto and Johto regions, and of course, the next gen will include Europe into this picture.

    There would be only one of each Legendary, of course. And all of them are most likely going to be in a deep sleep, hidden and undisturbed.
    Great titans such as Kyogre and Groudon would have to be "placed" into the world with extreme caution. Legendary Pokemon with such power are not meant to be found. In the average lifetime, no human would be able to meet a legendary Pokemon, as they are just too rare.
    Regigagas would be somewhere in Greece, a vast land with many ancient temples. Kyogre would be at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, whilst Groudon would slumber beneath the volcanoes of Papua New Guinea. Dialga and Palkia would be hidden on the mountains of the Antarctic, far, far away from civilization. The legendary birds would be scattered among the Pacific Islands, with Lugia somewhere nearby. An ancient tower in the middle of a forest in Asia would contain Ho Oh, whilst the Kami trio would soar the skies of the Americas. The legendary beasts would live among Japan, but in distant, hidden areas. Regirock and Registeel would live in abandoned mineral mines in Australia, while Regice waits in the North Pole. Mew would be hidden in the jungles of South America, of course. And Mewtwo would probably be in some lab within Japan.

    I can't list every legendary, but you get the idea. Good luck trying to find one, as you don't have a high chance of surviving.

    And if anyone were to actually find a Legendary, what would they do? The Pokemon would probably roar at you, swipe your head off, or may not even bother to wake up because you're just a puny human. Groudon is 3.5 m tall, and weighs over 950kgs. That thing is huge. It probably wouldn't even wake up in an earthquake, let alone a trainer.

    If Pokemon were real, I don't think they could possess the powers that the Pokedex says it will. (This guy explains this beautifully, with amazing realistic pictures to top it off. -Dragonite- by `arvalis on deviantART )
    Take Dialga for example. In the real world, it probably would NOT be able to control time. Maybe it is far from it- perhaps the jewel encrusted upon it was just thought to posses this control. Maybe when people heard it roar, it was so powerful, it was like they were being thrusted into a warp of time.
    This can be used for many Pokemon's abilities. Perhaps looking into the back of a Shedinja won't exactly kill you, but it is creepy. Perhaps Alakazam doesn't have an IQ of 5000, but like a trained primate, it has the capability to learn. I could go on.

    This forwards the question: how would a Pokemon "attack"? Not everything the Pokedex says is a lie. If a Pokemon were to breathe fire, it would probably be a gas or liquid that they would exhaust and light up with a spark, like a flamethrower. Electric Pokemon would cause static within their fleece or fur. I still have to get my head around Pokemon like Magnemite and how they would exist. Many moves would probably be non-existent, such as Zap Cannon or the such.
    An "attack" from each Pokemon would be unique in themselves, like a Pikachu would rub its cheeks against an opponent to release electrical charges, or static. A Patrat would bite or scratch an opponent, whilst a Rhyhorn would charge.
    Teaching your Pokemon these moves would be like teaching your dog how to do tricks (very difficult and time consuming. It is why I think dog trainers would be good Pokemon trainers), and like universal words "Sit" and "Shake", these combat techniques have been shortened to "Tackle" and "Bite". Move sets would be like Gen 1 all over again. Very, very bland. But if you're a good trainer, you can teach your Pokemon how to use moves such as Charge Beam, Fury Attack or Flame Charge just by alternating uses of their abilities. Or just improvising.
    Most Water moves would probably only work in the water. Water Pulse is a good example, as it may just be a pulse that the Pokemon emits and creates a small force of water. Moves like Water Gun or Bubble might come from a sack inside the Pokemon's insides, like an ink sac from an octopus.

    Like the artist previously mentioned, I also have the "belief" that Pokemon evolution is gradual. I've always thought that this would be the case in real life. He explains that when an Eevee evolves into an Espeon, it would begin to lose its fur. The process of evolution would be unique to each Pokemon, but it is categorized into a few methods. Pokemon that would evolve by leveling up would be through training the Pokemon for many days, months, maybe even years. It would be easy to train a Wurmple, but not as easy for a Hydregion. Only incredibly skilled people can evolve and train Pokemon as rare as Deino or Dratini, or people who put in enough effort. Pokemon that evolve by friendship would need considerable amount of bonding. Like how a baby bird develops into a mature bird that is able to fly. The difference between evolving through friendship and leveling is that Pokemon that evolve through friendship don't need to be trained.
    Stone and item evolution would be the easiest, as the Pokemon may only need to be around such item for a period amount of time before the process begins. Perhaps the Fire Stone is merely a piece of molten rock that your Pokemon can sleep next to, or to evolve a Growlithe, it's diet must contain pieces of charcoal. Leaf Stone could be a mossy rock that is still moist from the forest that is was found. A plant-like Pokemon such as Weepinbell that evolve via Leaf stone would need these stones for their moss that contain specific nutrients that help them evolve. A Moonstone would be a moon rock, a Sunstone might just be a jewel, like its real life counterpart, the Sunstone. Dawn, Dusk and Shiny stones may very well be jewels as well. A Thunder Stone may be an electrically charged ore, like the above artist stated. (I could not think of any better theory than that one)
    Pokemon that would've evolved through trading in the video games might have to evolve from drastically changed habitats, it may be a sign of stress that the Pokemon feels, such as when a cat forms anxiety when it has moved locations. A Machoke gaining extra arms may be a deformity caused by this, but if treated well, it can be used for combat.

    I personally do not like how the anime portrays how Pokemon would behave, especially with their vocals. Pokemon would not be blabbering their name in speech. Like the animal they were based off, their voice box would mutter a squeak or a roar.

    Anyway, that's enough about Pokemon generally. Back to answering the question.

    In the first few days, Pokeballs probably wouldn't be available for purchase. For the sake of this theory, lets say that the super rich Game Freak had an underground warehouse lab that was the size of a football field with genius scientists that used technology and science to genetically mutate and clone animals into "Pocket Monsters". (Like how they brought an ancient frog to life or how they cloned sheep) They would look similar, but not a direct replicate of a Pokemon.

    It may or may not be possible. It also sounds ridiculous.

    Pokeballs would be the cheapest out of the rest, around 100 Aus dollars per Pokeball. Perhaps as time goes by, Pokeballs would become cheaper. But GF needs to make profit, so even an ordinary Pokeball would be hella expensive. Imagine buying an Ultra Ball. It would be as expensive as buying a new phone. They would be available at your local Newsagent.

    I'm not even going to bother explaining how Pokeballs would work. Something about atom reconstructing or something.

    There would probably be some Pokedex app available with updates on how to look after your Pokemon. Maybe you could even "scan" a Pokemon by taking a picture of it.
    Pokemon Centers might open up as a small hospital, where veterans deal with your Pokemon's illnesses and needs.

    Kids would go crazy. Adults, not so much. But every Pokefan out there might've just wet themselves.

    GF would probably be laughing. Just like how the games portrayed it, there would probably be hippie protests about Pokemon abuse, animal testing abuse, upsetting the natural order of the world, and of course, protests about keeping Pokemon as pets and how they should be free (Plasma). Of course, there would be underground activities to gain power or money using Pokemon by abusing them or selling rare Pokemon for money (by stealing them off kids, of course) (Rocket). Or maybe people will start using this chance to build up a military, either to fight enemy countries or to fight the government themselves (Magma/Aqua).
    It would be a rat race to find the rarest and most powerful Pokemon, either to protect them, study them or utilize their abilities.
    These movements may take a while to kick in, but they would be definitely possible.

    Rules would be set to prevent this from happening. Like a Driver's License where you are only allowed to drive if you have one or to own a certain reptile you'll need a Reptile License , a Trainer's License can only be obtained at the age of 10 and above, where you are legally allowed to own a Pokemon. The test may include a criminal history check up and a common knowledge test (mainly about how to treat animals/Pokemon) so that animal abusers cannot be allowed to own a Pokemon under the law.
    But that doesn't mean you should own any Pokemon. Skitty, Pidgey, Lillipup, Dedenne, they are all Pokemon that would be preferred, like how you are allowed to keep a cat, but not a fox. (In some countries, at least)

    And how many Pokemon you can carry at once would be monitored as well. (Which, of course, would be 6 )
    You could keep your other Pokemon at home, or at a ranch.
    Like any law, these laws would be bent and certain Officers, whom obtain a Growlithe or Herdier upon registration, would be sent to deal with these people.

    I am not too sure how animals would react.

    To avoid problems with nature and its delicate ecosystem, there would be major precautions on Pokemon behavior and diet. If you saw a Rattata, it would probably run away, like a normal rat. If you saw a Rhyhorn, it would probably grunt, stare, or maybe it wouldn't even acknowledge your existence. Like normal animals, Pokemon would not attack unless provoked. I can't stress this point enough, any Pokemon that would be considered dangerous won't be living in neighborhoods, but in distant places of the world, like mountains or forests, like dangerous animals. In fact, even with Pokemon in the real world, you would be more likely to be killed by a normal animal that can be found in your local neighborhood. (Or maybe I just feel that way because in Australia, everything can kill you. There are so many poisonous spiders and snakes living in suburbia. )
    Most Pokemon would probably be omnivorous. You could probably feed them with dog or cat food. (Or even fish food, haha) The Pokedex app could contain data on how to feed your Pokemon. Maybe Jamie Oliver would start a show about "How to Cook for your Pokemon in under 15 minutes!" Who knows.
    If GF had the technology to create Pokemon, I am sure that they can at least manipulate their diets. Pokemon that need meat to keep their muscles at tip top shape, their diets might be altered for the better so they feed on pests such as rabbits or feral boar.


    People freak out like a Charizard would fly into their house and burn you alive. Has a lion run across the ocean just to attack some old lady in a park in Canada? No, well, not that I know of. But it just wouldn't happen. The government, or whoever is in charge nowadays, would have such a tight grip over the safety of handling Pokemon that you wouldn't have much to worry about. And any dangerous Pokemon would live far enough away that they would be hard to find, or even capture. As long as people are responsible with their Pokemon, everything would be fine.

    I would also like to add another point; the idea that Pokemon battles are animal cruelty. When you pit two animals together unnaturally just for the sake of entertainment while endangering the two animals is indeed animal cruelty. But with Pokemon, it's a different thing. For them, it's their form of exercise. Just as lion cubs play fight to sharpen their skills before they grow up, Pokemon battles would be the same process, except a bit more extreme. There would be no "Hit Point" bar. The Pokemon's ability to stand in the fight would be determined by the trainer. This is why a test to receive your Trainer Card would be an obligation. It would feature a check on criminal records, birthdate and personal information, along with possibly a written test and a battle test where you battle against another Pokemon with a rented Pokemon to see if the person is legible for the Trainer Card.
    You would humanely not push your own pet or someone else's to the brink of death, so why would you do the same with your own Pokemon. If you would, you need to go see someone. Like dog walking, it's a form of exercise to help the Pokemon evolve and grow.

    Pokemon tournaments would be awesome.
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    i will be splashing the hell out of everyone with my magikarp
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    I'd take them to school. Haters beware, I got a Lucario that can beat you up if you talk trash behind my back. Also, it'd make lunch break more interesting, that's for sure... I'd battle people on the football field rather than just hanging out in the library on my DS.

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    Torchic will be more even dangerous than usual chicken. He will burn you up even if you are attempting to eat him.

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    I would train and become a Pokemon Champion to show my over-protective mother that I can take care of myself XD. Not only that, I would travel around Johto and catch all the Legendary Pokemon. I'd capture Lugia of course, and then I would ride her (that's right! My Lugia is female!) everywhere. Then after I become Champion, I would fire Whitney and her over-powered demon cow. I would also allow kids to gamble in the Game Corner, but I would also keep Voltorb Flip because it is fun!
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    I would probably use a hippowdon.... Or a menetrikehe is cool

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    i would get a chimchar and have it on my shoulder and get a starly then shinx and budew (assuming there weren't hms) a buizel and catch a dialga and freeze all zubat and pretty much take over the world oh i would fully evolve my team and ride around on either dialga or staraptor

    there's one rayquaza that's always in sky that's it

    you know it would be better to move to move to a parallel dimension with pokemon already in it
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    Id have my Squirtle. Then id try to find a beldum and a bagon. And obviously conquer the leagues.

    I think id always have Blastoise outside of its pokeball and maybe metagross sometimes. Although people would freak out at the sight of metagross x)


    And battling at lunch in school would be great
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    Pokemon do exist--they're our animals without powers. Think about it. There are animals out there that look like Pokemon, right? Those are our Pokemon. However if the Pokemon actually did enter our world, well, than they'd murder us like some have said. They're too powerful. Even a Magikarp would destroy us. I'm pretty sure that Science would destroy them as well. So we'd destroy each other.

    Oh, wait the question is if Pokemon didn't do that. Um... my starter would be Vulpix if I were allowed to choose that, and I'd then proceed to find a Litwick. Anyway, if Pokemon were real, I'd only train them as pets since I don't want to be in the real world, and even be a Pokemon trainer for that matter, not a good idea, and just not my thing. Besides, Pokemon are kind of dangerous, admit it. xD So, I'd go catch some and then I'd just raise them as pets.

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    I would join Team Rocket,

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    I'd never go near my local lake again. Sure, the Magikarp there would be harmless, but if they evolve...

    Yeah, I'd just stay home and cuddle with my sweet little Golett.

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    If Pokemon did turn out to be real, then school would change completely. We wouldn't learn about the history of war or any mind-dulling stuff, science wouldn't be filled with atoms and electricity, the lessons would be focused on Pokemon. PE would remain relatively the same except in the fact that some activities might involve Pokemon such as battling. We'd learn about how Pokemon came to be, what they are exactly, the different species, the type chart, how to be strategic in battle and maybe even some background info such as where they live or what they eat. Libraries would be filled with research on these creatures and instead of playing soccer with just you and a couple of friends, it could even be expanded into teams mixed with people and Pokemon. The world would be filled with aspiring hotshots each with different strategies and you'd probably get challenged almost everywhere imaginable. Caves contain rarer Pokemon, Pidgeys and Hoothoots would be flocking in the sky and no one would ever care about computers or electronics since they're too busy training/exploring.

    As for what I would do, I wouldn't want to hang around school. Sure it might be interesting learning about evolution and myths but I'd rather find out the stuff for myself instead of looking at a three-hundred page textbook. I'd probably go catch a wild Pokemon in the area north of my town, train it up and then quietly sneak out of the house with a backpack, food and nothing more. I don't imagine parents being too thrilled at the idea of their child wandering out into the wilderness with just a small animal to protect them. I'd leave a note though in case they sent police officers after me or something. :p

    As for what I'd catch, I'd probably go hunting around for some canine Pokemon or tough-looking ones. I'd need all the protection I could get out there with pickpockets using small Pokemon to aid them. I'd also probably catch a few flying types and generally friendly Pokemon. I definitely wouldn't keep all of my Pokemon shut in their Pokeballs though, I'd let them trail after me. As for how I would get food, I could probably buy something from nearby villages or just go scavenging in the bush for berries. If fishing is allowed, then maybe even a fried Magikarp or two. I'd also probably catch a Meowth just so it can use Pay Day and shower me in money. Life is good, huh? :]

    The next thing I'd do is stock up on necessary supplies, constantly fight trainers to get some more experience and then take on the gym leader challenge around the region. After I've finished with that, I don't think I'd go for champion. I probably couldn't handle such a responsibility and being showered with reporters isn't my cup of tea. Just being a good trainer who can keep calm in all sorts of situations is enough thanks. I'd then probably visit other regions to see what they offer, I'd get the most out of life. Then I'd help stop evil sorts of organizations and while that might prove to be difficult, it's good knowing I'm trying to make the world a better place. After all of those events, I'd just settle for living in a forest or a small village. I'd rather be around nature than fumes and buses. Overall there's a load of things I'd do, but these are a few of them. Being the very best? No thanks. Good is already nearly enough.
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    Well, I don't know about the school thing. History would obviously be different since many events would have been different with pokémon, like wars, or even just famous trainers and such. PE would be about the same, I agree. Science would be the same, in my opinion. Even if the world had Pokémon in it, electricity, atoms, gravity, and all that still exist. In fact, I'd think a trainer would need to know about physics and chemistry since that plays a big role in battles.

    As to kids battling on the playground, I don't know if kids would even have Pokémon to begin with. Unless they got pokémon of their own when they were very young and were still required to stay in school... otherwise they could just get them when they were older. I don't think that schools would allow pokémon battles on the playground or even pokémon in the school premises. Kids aren't known for their responsibility. Maybe they would have some kind of special space, like a gym, where kids could go and train their pokémon in a controlled environment.

    In a world more realistic than the anime, kids would be required to stay in school and wouldn't be allowed to become pokémon trainers when they were only 10 years old or to drop out of school. To use real world logic, as fields like science evolve, people have a better life and it's less acceptable to make your kids get jobs or anything when they're that young. I'd even think that technology would be more advanced because things like electricity would have been discovered earlier (plus look at the technology required to make pokéballs). While some pokémon seem to be tied to human activities, electricity existed even before it was discovered so Pikachus and others would have existed before too... and naturally, people would have studied them.

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    Ok, all fantasies aside where we become league champ, whip everyone around, and are more epic than either Ash or Red, I think my life in a pokemon world would be close to the same as it is now, though I would actually more than likely have a decent career as a pokemon trainer. If given the choice as a 13 year old child, given the starters I had to choose from, I would like choose either Charmander, Totodile, or treecko. I wouldn't overlook a Squirtle or Bulbasaur either, but this is because I am a huge reptile lover and would want to have every single reptile pokemon I could find. This would probably bother my Fiancee, who dislikes snakes in particular and wouldn't want me owning either Ekans, Arbok, or Seviper due to their species, and most likely Onix and Steelix for similar reasons considering that Onix is depicted as a Rock Snake pokemon. My reptilian preferences aside, I would work hard and try to catch as many pokemon as I could within reason, and do my best to train each and every one of them. I would most definitely do anything I can to catch a Scyther then raise it into a beautiful and skilled Scizor, as that is my favorite pokemon. Over all I wouldn't worry so much about the legendary pokemon simply because I know with my luck I'd never even see one, let alone attempt to catch it. I would travel as best I could to compete in leagues, and if I win thats great, if I lose oh well, we tried and thats what matters. I would shoot for becoming a Gym Leader to be my main goal, as the salary provided by the pokemon league is undoubtedly close to the same pay as a government paying job, meaning benefits, decent money, some renown worth mentioning, and being able to help young trainers become stronger every day. My Gym would most likely be a multi-type Gym, specializing in both Type Advantage and status effect battling. If possible, my standard rotation would be as follows: Scizor for high defense and attack with decent agility and immunity to poison types, Feraligatr for my water type and as a general tank to keep fire types from wasting my other types that are weak against it, Charizard for its flying and fire types which could be majorly useful in battle against grass types and Bug Types that could be a potential issue for my water type, Sceptile would round out my Fire/Water/Grass trio and also fill the role of my defense against rock and ground types, Arbok would be a great addition to my team for both it's ability to use poison and paralysis effects both of which I will use to test every single trainer, and Finally Haunter to not only handle sleep effects but to also round out my team to allow it to battle psychic types. Though the rotation does have it's weak points, it would be an ideal gym for level 45 or lower pokemon to test themselves, and would put trainers through their paces, as they face every single type of status effect facing this team, though it would require that my Feraligatr know Ice type moves in order to inflict Freeze status ailments. This would make me enough money to raise a family, and overall would be a career in the pokemon world I would deeply enjoy. Thus in a pokemon world, I think that despite the hardships I have endured in my life, having my pokemon by my side through it all would make me a better person.

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