|Pokémon short story|
Pokémon short story
Welcome to the world of Pokémon!Pokémon is a game that takes you on a journey through the region of Kanto to become the greatest Pokémon Trainer. You can battle with your friends, trade with other Trainers, and work together with them to complete exciting challenges.
If you are new to Pokémon, GO, here are some things to know:
You can play Pokémon GO while traveling between locations or when not moving at all. You don't need to be close to any landmarks or Poké Stops to find wild Pokémon.
When you're ready to play, open the app and look for nearby Pokémon. If you see one, tap its icon on the map and swipe Poké Ball toward it. That will start your battle with that creature!
When you catch a wild Pokémon, it's added to your collection of creatures that you can train and use against other players in battle (or against wild creatures). As your collection grows, so does your ability as a Trainer!
Once upon a time, a young boy named Ash Ketchum had just started his Pokémon journey. He was walking along Route 1 in Pallet Town when he encountered a wild Pikachu.
"I want one!" thought Ash.
He was going to catch it but then it ran away. So he went on his way until he found a mansion. He went inside and met a girl named Misty who he wanted to be friends so they could travel together. They both went outside and saw this huge crowd of people surrounding something, so they went over there and saw that it was an old man named Professor Oak who had an idea for them to do something called Pokémon training which means catching Pokémon with his Pokéballs!
So, Ash and Misty did their first task which was finding Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu for their Pokeweeds.
After that, they went back to Professor Oak's lab where he gave them their Pokeweeds which are basically like phones that tell you about different types of Pokémon!
The universe of Pokémon media encompasses several spin-off games, an anime series, feature films, comic books, and manga. Pokémon was launched in Japan in 1996 and has since become a cultural phenomenon; the anime was the highest-rated television series in the world from 2000–to 2001. Worldwide, more than 279 million copies of related merchandise have been sold since 1998.
The name "Pokémon" is the Romanized contraction of the two Japanese words "Pocket Monsters", meaning "pocket" (i.e., handheld) monsters; "Pokémon" is also used in Japan to refer to all species of fictional creatures that first appeared in Nintendo's video games (whereas outside Japan those creatures are referred to as "Creatures"), even though this term does not technically include all such characters from prior generations or other media forms such as anime or manga.