Random  | Best Random Tools

Random Utterly Bizarre Pokémon Fan Theories

    Pok??mon GO Is Actually The First Game In The Pok??mon Timeline

    Pok??mon GO Is Actually The First Game In The Pok??mon Timeline

    [ranking: 9]
    Twitter user @Ink_Virtue got the ball rolling on this theory and Reddit user mtws25 connected all the pieces. They believe that gamers are currently LIVING in the first Pok??mon game in the Pok??mon timeline. Before Gen 1, there was Pok??mon GO. They explain that, because not all of the original 151 Pok??mon were in GO when it was released, Professor Oak had yet to complete the Pok??Dex for the Kanto region. And, "just like in Safari Zone, when you encounter creatures in the street, trainers ONLY throw (recently invented) Pok?? Balls and try to capture monsters without battling to weaken it's opponents."
    Thus, because the "concepts of strategic battles were not invented at this time," trainers don't know how to teach their Pok??mon new moves yet. They also don't know how to level up Pok??mon yet, "so they use Candies. Those candies were overused and in the future, by the time RBY takes place, they are very, very rare to find. They are now called 'Rare Candies.'"
    mtws25 further speculates that the foundation for the Pok??mon League had yet to be laid in the GO world, which is "why Gym Leaders change all the time and there's no Gym Badges." They also theorize that "Aerodactyl, Omanyte, and Kabuto that are long extinct by the time of RBY," but they can still be caught in GO. 

    You Play As The Rival In Pok??mon Sun and Moon, Not The Protagonist

    You Play As The Rival In Pok??mon Sun and Moon, Not The Protagonist

    [ranking: 3]
    Reddit user ShinyBreloom2323 has a great theory on why Sun and Moon feel a little different from other titles in the series. Hau is typical of the protagonist that you'd normally play in Pok??mon titles - he is "bland, and seems to revolve around a single trait." He starts with a Pikachu, which is how Red and Ash (both protagonists) got started. He also always arrives later than you, meaning you get to a location first. This means you're more similar to the rivals like Wally and Silver. ShinyBreloom2323 explains:
    "Hau isn't an obstacle to you. You are an obstacle to Hau. When you finally reach the Pok??mon League, you're ahead of him. You've completed the Pok??mon League in the same manner as Blue and surpassed him. You play the role of a stereotypical rival; and Hau plays the role of a stereotypical protagonist. [...] It's one of the reasons you find his jolly nature so insufferable. You've been that way every other game, so Sun is a change of pace due to his more adamant role in the scheme of things. You, unlike Hau, have multiple choices to choose from and more emotion to express."

    Pok?? Balls Use Quantum Mechanics To Convert Pok??mon To Light

    Pok?? Balls Use Quantum Mechanics To Convert Pok??mon To Light

    [ranking: 2]
    Nerd alert! Reddit user nameless88 came up with a very detailed and complex theory about how Pok?? Balls could use quantum mechanics to convert Pok??mon to light and store them as data. Essentially, "Pok??mon convert matter to energy, Pok?? Balls exploit this in them and force this change to occur, storing them as data and light.
    There's some actual science in the show that backs it up." 

    Ash Isn't Pikachu's First Trainer

    Ash Isn't Pikachu's First Trainer

    [ranking: 5]
    Reddit user Oufour put together a very detailed and well-sourced theory on why Pikachu likely had another trainer before Ash. Think about it - they have a rocky start because Pikachu is too unruly for him to train. Pikachu has a unique Pok?? Ball that fans rarely see because someone must have let him roam free all the time, which is why he's always out walking around with the gang.
    The list goes on, but the community seems to agree this one's pretty likely. 

    The Players Are The Villains In Pok??mon GO

    The Players Are The Villains In Pok??mon GO

    [ranking: 16]
    This one is kind of a tag-team between comic artist Tim Buckley and Reddit user rejectsuperstar, who theorize that gamers of Pok??mon GO are "all collectively playing as the bad guys...Think about it. Team Instinct, Team Valor, Team Mystic. When was there ever a team in a Pok??mon game that wasn't the antagonists?"
    Buckley, of CTRL+ALT+DEL, backed up this theory with a comic on where that sweet, sweet candy comes from. 

    So, In All The Pok??mon Games, Where's Your Dad?

    So, In All The Pok??mon Games, Where's Your Dad?

    [ranking: 8]
    Countless theories have been made about who your father is and why he's never present in any of the Pok??mon games. Reddit user redhare87 thinks everyone is trying too hard. If you put yourself in the shoes of a 10-year-old Japanese child, it all makes perfect sense:
    "For instance, the perennial question of Pok??mon is just where the hell is the main character's dad? Theories abound, but quite simply, he's probably just a salaryman and your mom's a housewife. A salaryman will work 6 days a week for crazy long hours, sometimes having to work half the country away [and] only come home on holidays. Seems simple to a Japanese kid that your dad's just a salaryman."

    Resource

    New Random Display    Show all by ranking(16 items)

About Random Utterly Bizarre Pokémon Fan Theories

It's an exciting tool for displaying random utterly bizarre pokémon fan theories. We collected a list of "Random Utterly Bizarre Pokémon Fan Theories" from ranker, which was screened by countless online votes. You can view random utterly bizarre pokémon fan theories shows from this page, click on "Show all by ranking" button to show the complete list, or visit the original page for a more detailed introduction.

The Pokémon franchise has been going strong since the American release of Red and Blue way back in 1998. Since then, the world has seen over six generations of Pokémon, countless remakes, and a grand total of over 800 Pokémon. Launching alongside the Gameboy titles was the critically acclaimed anime, Pokémon: The Original Series. As of July 2017, there have been at least six different generations and fourteen different seasons, totaling almost 1,000 episodes (and counting!). Following the popularity of the games and anime, fourteen different Pokémon films have been made.

With so much media to dig through, it's totally understandable that there are so many Pokémon fan theories and conspiracy theories. So many mysteries remain unsolved, including questions about the original duo, Ash Kethcum and Pikachu! Well, get your tinfoil hats ready, because this list is going to dive into some of the weirdest Pokémon fan theories you've ever heard. 

Copyright © 2020 BestRandoms.com All rights reserved.
Contact  sitemap