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Seems to me that the ultimate threat to sentimentality would be telling kids that they don’t need to actually put any time into their Pokemon.
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Seems to me that the ultimate threat to sentimentality would be telling kids that they don’t need to actually put any time into raising their Pokemon. It’s like shoving dozens of rare candies into your team.
   
 
Besides, very rarely are all the Pokémon used in main campaigns competitively viable. All the adjustments I can make to my Primarina wouldn’t make her any more usable in an OU or Uber’s match. So in the end I end up putting her aside anyway. The entire premise of competitive play is that, no, your favorite Pokémon are not all viable, and accepting that. That’s why I stick to casual play. It seems like this won’t really have as much of an impact on bringing the sentimentalists into competitive as your might think.
 
Besides, very rarely are all the Pokémon used in main campaigns competitively viable. All the adjustments I can make to my Primarina wouldn’t make her any more usable in an OU or Uber’s match. So in the end I end up putting her aside anyway. The entire premise of competitive play is that, no, your favorite Pokémon are not all viable, and accepting that. That’s why I stick to casual play. It seems like this won’t really have as much of an impact on bringing the sentimentalists into competitive as your might think.

Latest revision as of 01:47, October 4, 2019

@Hoshi

Seems to me that the ultimate threat to sentimentality would be telling kids that they don’t need to actually put any time into raising their Pokemon. It’s like shoving dozens of rare candies into your team.

Besides, very rarely are all the Pokémon used in main campaigns competitively viable. All the adjustments I can make to my Primarina wouldn’t make her any more usable in an OU or Uber’s match. So in the end I end up putting her aside anyway. The entire premise of competitive play is that, no, your favorite Pokémon are not all viable, and accepting that. That’s why I stick to casual play. It seems like this won’t really have as much of an impact on bringing the sentimentalists into competitive as your might think.

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