We're all flooding back into a prison that we like to call the "Public Education System", and boredom may rise within the first ten minutes. Restore the time with a nice, refreshing sip of a bunch of random stuff on lists. (Geez, it sounded more poetic in my mind.) And what better way to spend your time than by reading a list out of sheer boredom. I don't know, ask my cat. She's level 99 by the way.
She's nominee for cutest cat in the universe might I add.
But we're getting off-topic. So without further ado, let's introduce the weirdest Pokemon facts about seemingly innocent Pokemon. And no more cat photos. Maybe.
Dittos are failed Mew Clones.
The most common acception of a Pokemon theory, it makes a lot of sense the more you think about it. Let's take a look, shall we?
-They weigh the same.
- They are both pink, and are blue when shiny.
- They are the only Pokemon to naturally learn Transform (currently).
If that isn't uncanny enough, they are caught (in the Kanto region) exclusively at the Pokemon Mansion and Cerulean Cave. Any Pokemon Historian can tell you that Pokemon Mansion was where they attempted
to replicate Mew, and Cerulean Cave is home to the successful result of Mewtwo. Thus, Dittos are failed attempts of replicating Mew.
Just because Drifloon is cute, he's still creepy.
Drifloon is, let's face it, aww-dorable. Just because of that, though, he's still a ghost. The Black 2/White 2 entry says that children holding it will sometimes vanish. Just disappear from existence. And where do they go, you might ask? The Japanese entry for Pearl claims it takes them to the "World of the Dead". Also noteworthy, they weigh two pounds. Two FREAKING pounds. They can carry children? Creepy.
Litwick is a "Killa" Candle
Litwick is a candle. A killer candle, that is. It burns fuels absorbed from Pokemon and trainers. They take our lie force, suck it out of us, and use it to power their flame. If that's not weird enough, then try sitting in a room full of white candles and tell me how it felt.
Wobbuffet is a decoy.
The lesser-known theories of Pokemon include this curious one. Numerous Pkedex entries say it tries to hide its tail. This could possibly mean that the entirety of Wobbuffet is a decoy for his tail, which is actually the Pokemon. Not only that, but the Unova entries actually say it's tail holds a secret.
You will most likely never get two identical Spindas.
Less trivia and more common knowledge, it is worth mentioning that Spinda has over four billion variants. (4,294,967,296, to be exact). That's pretty insane, considering that there have to be various different patterns on the not-that-big Spinda sprite.
That should be enough for now. Until next time...... I suppose.