Usually humans went to High School, had relationships, parties, and
- the worst - exams. But what if Pokemon had them too? What if they
got to do all that humans could? Would it cause more clichés? Or
would it be just plain fun?
Age: 16, going 17
Personallity: Bookworm, quite intelligent
Status: Geeky, or Nerdy, has a few popular friends, but that's it.
If a fire and an ice type battle, which one will win?
Personallity: Dark and mysterious. Often sitting away from others.
Status: That guy everyone wants to get to know, but they don't have
the courage to talk to
Personallity: strong and confident
Status: Pandora always seems a little shy, but she stands up for
herself and other pokemon if she has to. she loves drawing,
swimming and reading books.
Age: He is 15.
Personallity: Always happy and cheery, smiling, ect. Makes friends
easily. He appears to be very popluar among quite a few
Status: Popular among a lot, currently keeping his grades up, and
trying no to fail. (He already has a c- in um... I don't know.)
Personality: Appears quiet and rather emotionless. Will become
friendly once she opens up to you, although she has a rather hard
shell that has to be cracked in order for that to happen. Able to
defend herself rather easily and she is protective over those who
she is close to.
Status (?): Enjoys reading and pursuing other hobbies that can be
done alone and away from people.
Pokemon: Ninetales (Kanto)
Name: PlayLOL, goes by LOL
Age: 16, soon to be 17
Personality: smart, but acts average, tach-smart.
Status: Geeky, or Nerdy, transfer student so not many friends.
If you define nothing wouldn’t that make it something, therefore
meaning something is nothing, meaning everything, which is
something, is nothing?