There is only one downside - I love making curries for my sweet 'mons, but it makes me hungry every time
Now that part became clear, but what about the champion? And why do all these tests happen in huge stadiums with fanfares and tons of people? I think it's because it feels great to be praised for your hard work) if I had such experience (or even just a cute badge) after a math test I would be over the moon!
Look, you are starting from one type, learning about it, passing a pretty easy test and getting a shiny badge for it) next test is about a new type, and it's a little harder, but still, if you put some time in studying (training) you will surely pass. And the best part - if you fail, it's no big deal, just train some more and try again)
Some time ago I thought about gyms in pokemon. Aren't they weird? A number of big stadiums, filled with only one type of pokemon each. You have to go through them in a set order, from easy to hard, but actually all of them are pretty easy. Seriously, a ten year old with dedication can beat it.
I thought about gym battles as real life sports, and from this point of view it doesn't make sense. But what if it's not an Olympic, but a school?
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