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#143 - anonymous (06/06/2013) [-]
Have you ever heard of something called the adrenaline gland? There was a case where an old lady managed to lift an entire truck over her head to save her baby.
#146 - ickalanda (06/06/2013) [-]
Right, but it's not like it can just allow someone to keep doing that constantly. If that was the case we'd have super soldiers who have had their mental state altered to be constantly extremely strong.
The adrenaline gland can only supply you with that energy briefly, and it wears you out very quickly and the same sort of muscle tearing will still occur during whatever physical actions you do.
#104 - anonymous (06/06/2013) [-]
Like from eating human flesh?
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#49 - siridontcare (05/08/2013) [-]
The fact that the pokemon is shaped after a man made thing is what aggravates me. I was also annoyed with the electric wall outlet pokemon but thought it was more of a joke to be played off as coincident. The newest pokemon have a LOT shaped after human objects. I mean they have ICECREAM!
#68 - spacestalin (05/08/2013) [-]
the fact that pokemon look like or come to life out of man-made things just show that humans have been long enough for animal life to evolve to suit them.
in the case of foongus and amoonguss, maybe the pokemon existed already and just changed coloration to pursue a different, most substantial, prey.
#189 - spacestalin (05/09/2013) [-]
"Sludge that was transformed when exposed to X-rays from the moon. Loves sludge, industrial waste and other refuse." (this is from Pokemon Stadium, btw, so it's not recent)
and let's analyze this logically, shall we?
in generation I you have: voltorb and electrode, porygon and mewtwo as manmade pokemon. While in gen V you have: trubbish, garbodor, golett and golurk.
the same number of manmade pokemon.
now, if we're talking about pokemon related to humans, then you enter in a big mess. But, let's say pokemon related to humans are those directly involved in human activities (which would exclude foongus and amoonguss, for being wild pokemon)
in gen I you have: Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Mr. Mime and Mewtwo.
in gen V you have: Yamask, Timburr, Gurdurr, Conkeldurr, Troh, Sawk, Genesect, Golett and Golurk.
that's only two more pokemon. Two more is in no measure "way to many".
finally, in pokemon being shaped after human objects.
In generation I you have:
Magnemite, Magneton, Grimer, Muk, Voltorb and Electrode.
while in gen V you have:
Sigilyph, Yamask, Cofagrigus, Trubbish, Garbodor, Vanillite, Vanillish, Vanilluxe, Foongus, Amoonguss, Kling, Klang, Klinklang, Litwick, Lampent and Chandelure.
it's true, in this particular case many more pokemon were presented. However, that could be explained in the change of habitat.
the region of Unova has 12 cities and only 5 towns, plus 7 natural environments. By comparison, Hoenn had 7 cities and 2 towns, plus 9 natural environments.
Unova has almost twice as many cities, is much more heavily industrialized and urbanized, and as such, it makes sense more of the animals have adapted to live in urban environments.
it's simple adaptation.
>holy motherfucker, what a wall of text came out of this
#191 - spacestalin (05/09/2013) [-]
new species are being discovered all the time
plus, species native to just one or two areas of the world aren't uncommon
however, that's not really a question of the current generations. That's something that we should've asked since generation II
IMO, in the end this is just a game, and like with every other work of fiction a little suspension of disbelief is required
#196 - chandelure (05/09/2013) [-]
Well the Pokémon games take place one after the other - at least Gold and Silver were direct sequels to Red and Blue, and since with each generation the technology in-game has improved it's safe to say each takes place after the next. Therefore, we can theorise that Pokémon from new regions may have been introduced artificially to other places, like grey squirrels to the UK from the US, or Japanese knotweed to anywhere outside of Japan. That would explain the Johto and Hoenn-native Pokémon found in Fire Red and Leaf Green and so forth.
#17 - anonymous (05/08/2013) [-]
You said it brother! First generation is the best one! Fuck all of those newfags!
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