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  • MEDIAMONGER - April 8, 2014 8:03 a.m.

    The bigest myster in my opinion is that meraculas pokeball I meen how dus the thing werk I no the energy converson is the pokemons doing but how dus it store them I think it use sum sorta poket dimention inside the pokeball that has a pokemon spa or habtat inside that alows the creatures 2 rest recharg and heal moste injuries
  • ReSsUr3cTiOn13 - February 21, 2014 10:46 p.m.

    I would accept the theory brought forth by nameless88 on reddit, however, in an episode of Pokemon Advanced Battle (Shortly after May acquired Munchlax), Jesse and/or James were accidentally caught inside a Pokeball. This completely removes the reasoning for the mirror theory if only Pokemon can convert into pure light/energy.
  • joshua-lefelhocz - February 23, 2014 5:24 p.m.

    That either was an accident(i.e. defective pokeball) or a plot twist intentionally added to confuse viewers.
  • MEDIAMONGER - April 8, 2014 8:10 a.m.

    that sounds funny I think ill look that up on utube ide b interested 2 c 2 bumbling bafoons get traped in a defctive pokebal I'm picturing it now haha not only will it b funny 2 watch but it might reveal sum secrets about the mysterious pokeball and how it werks and wut lies inside that the pokemon seem 2 meraculasly heal wen they cum out
  • avi-rampersaud - March 16, 2014 1:46 p.m.

    After May and Max left pokemon went downhill. But maybe if they showed ash growing up and truing a prodigy and passing down his pikachu pokemon would still be epic. And the new pokemon look like a bunch of motorcycles and pocket bikes with eyes. Also they slacked on the voice acting. I know this is all irrelevant. But it make tear up.
  • LikkICurry - March 19, 2014 10:35 a.m.

    Also, in episode 24 of Indigo League (Primeape episode) Ash accidentialy catches an onigiri (awkwardly dubbed as a "donut" in 4Kids dub). I would think it's rather that Pokeballs themselves are capable of converting matter into energy. Which doesn't write off the theory completely - it still has some legitimate grounding, especially seeing how some humans can actually be turned into pokemon.
  • kaname-fujiwara - March 24, 2014 3:48 a.m.

    Unless- humans are pokemon!
  • MaxwellF324 - January 11, 2014 9:21 a.m.

    I heard a theory from a friend of mine that the world of Pokémon is actually a post-apocalyptic version of our world, following some global nuclear disaster (perhaps a nuclear war). All the animals were mutated, which would explain why Pokémon generally represent Earth's animals. I added that humans probably retreated to bunkers, which is why humans exist in an unmutated form in the Pokémon world. Any human that did not make it to a bunker would have either been incinerated or mutated, resulting in humanoid Pokémon such as perhaps Mew, Machop and its evolutions, and many of the other fighting-types for that matter. My friend included that Eevee was at the epicenter of the event, which is why it has so many different evolutions. This theory would also back up the theory that Pokémon are energy beings that can convert energy to matter and vice-versa, because if you've ever done research on WWII and the Atomic Bomb, you might have found that Atomic/Nuclear Bombs work by converting a small, dense volume of matter into a large amount of energy through either nuclear fission or fusion, the mutation of animals into Pokémon might have granted them the same ability to manipulate matter and energy for their attacks and evolutions. this would also explain why the Regions in the world of Pokémon represent places in our world, for example the Unova Region was inspired by New York City, and the Kalos Region was inspired by France. I think most, if not all of the regions from Gen I to Gen IV, were inspired by places in Japan.
  • MEDIAMONGER - April 8, 2014 7:54 a.m.

    Yea I agree completely I discuvered this myself wen misty said a place remined her if england and en team roket wus telen the story of sleeping beauty wen they we're waking a sleeping snorlax and it makes sence ghat ther we're mutated kuz many pokemon resembl erth anamales xcept the huminoid 1se the resemble humans ur therey makes complete sence I think thisthe storyline they went with
  • LordBills - December 5, 2013 3:52 p.m.

    the whole pokemon can convert matter into energy theory might actually make sense. if pokemon can turn into light why cant they bend it around their bodies and appear invisible like latios and latias. for more support on this, you can still see a thermal image of them while they are invisible so they dont just disappear and when latios died he turned into a beam of light.
  • jjam - November 8, 2013 5:57 p.m.

    i think one of the main reasons that they made mega kangaskan just take the baby out is to show you that cubone is NOT a baby kangaskan.and another fact to disprove it is that cubones skull it has has 2 spikes on the side yet kangaskan doesn't have this feature.and it isn't a Harvard baby since it would have a flame whichis needed for it to live and that charmandor chameleon and charizard are red and orange.and if it evolved it would have wings. so my there is that cubone and marowak are there own pokemon. :) who wants a debate to try and prove this theories wrong?BD ~~~~~jjam
  • shierrarobin - November 28, 2013 6:02 p.m.

    Me. Cubone is a baby Kangaskhan. Nintendo just changed the baby Kangaskhan to keep people from thinking it is. Cubone started out a baby Kangaskhan, and there are two major pieces of evidence to support that. One is an old, Japanese version of the Cubone Pokemon card. You can find it here. As you can see, that Cubone is clearly a baby Kangaskhan wearing a skull. The second bit of evidence is the glitch Pokemon Missingno. If you capture Missingno and let it gain any experience, it will evolve into a Kangaskhan. This is evidence that there used to be a Pokemon that came before Kangaskhan, but Nintendo scrapped it last minute for whatever reason. Take Missingno and combine it with the fact that Cubone looks exactly like a baby Kangaskhan, you've got evidence that Cubone IS a baby Kangaskhan and that there was going to be another Pokemon between Cubone and Kangaskhan. Your move, sir.
  • maria-aveisha-sherice-ungson - January 2, 2014 11:07 p.m.

    Missingno only exists because his tile frame could not fit. They did not scrap it. How would a Kangaskhan's skull fit it's child?
  • shierrarobin - January 3, 2014 10:09 a.m.

    The skull does not fit the baby properly. You can see that on the pkmn card when the skull comes off of the Cubone's head simply from it yawning. When I said Nintendo "scrapped it" I meant they scrapped the idea of there being a Pokemon before Kangaskhan, not that they scrapped Missingno itself.
  • TheFrozenOne - January 25, 2014 3:54 p.m.

    If we're talking about the Pokemon World then Missingno doesn't exist, so you can't use that as evidence to back up this theory. And the reason why it evolves into Kangaskhan is because it shares Kangaskhan's internal programming. Even Nintendo themselves say that "MissingNO is a programming quirk, and not a real part of the game". So, again, you cannot use it as evidence. Also, the baby Kangaskhan has a black patch on the top of its head. The Cubone picture you linked doesn't have it. The black patch you see on top of it's head is the shadow of the skull it is wearing.
  • shierrarobin - January 26, 2014 8:16 a.m.

    You can't just take what Nintendo "says" as fact. They don't WANT people thinking that Cubone used to be a baby Kangaskhan, so naturally they're gonna deny it. And yes, baby Kangaskhan looks different NOW because, once again, Nintendo doesn't want people figuring out that Cubone USED to be a baby Kangaskhan. We don't have any pics of what baby Kangaskhan used to look like because Nintendo probably scrapped those too. They created the data for an in-between, decided they didn't want the in-between Pokemon, and didn't want to spend the time or resources getting rid of the data, so they tried to hide it. They didn't count on anyone finding it. And the only reason that bothers me so much is the fact that Cubone's description now makes no sense at all. By making Cubone a baby Marowak rather than a baby Kangaskhan, it's original Pokedex description is completely worthless. "Cubone wears the skull of its dead mother." Even though we've seen a baby Cubone with its live mother at least once and the mother clearly still has its skull. If Nintendo would have stuck to the original plan, they could have found a way to make it work. e.g. As it is, they did a bad job of covering their tracks (MissingNo) and created two Pokemon that make no sense at all. Kangaskhan is always female and is born with a baby in its pouch, and Cubone is wearing the skull of its mother while its mother is still alive. There's evidence for both of our arguments, so clearly we're not going to change each other's minds.
  • VideoGeek - November 8, 2013 8:50 a.m.

    The most twisted Pokemon theory was published several years ago:
  • kirrlaos - December 22, 2013 5:13 p.m.

    mind fucking blown
  • LikkICurry - March 19, 2014 10:42 a.m.

    This theory was actually kind of debunked by the fourth movie, but nonetheless, nice try.
  • Lv24Magmar - November 5, 2013 7:18 a.m.

    I love Pokémon, but I hope they do something soon to change it up because they have been doing the EXACT same thing for fifteen years... just make a Pokémon Smash Bros already!!!

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