Being the damaged, scarred pokemon veteran I am, the option to just skip the whole tutorial was to me a relief. But that was only my own perspective, which ignored the one purpose a man had in that world.
Also, it seems that it's been 2 weeks since my last update. Which can be blamed on a variety of excuses, such as school assignments, looking and preparing for a job, and other stuff that constitutes a normal part of my everyday life. But 14 days is a long time, so if I would encounter a Missingno withing the next hours, apologies would be my sixth item.
oh that old guy was an ass.
they see me lyin'
tryin to brew my coffee dirty
That guy in the comic is just outside New Bark Town though. Just waiting for the time when you finally have the balls to expand your team.
Edit: Just realised that in HG/SS, the female counterpart was the one doing the tutorial. Meaning that I must have based this comic on the first Gold version, where it was a guy. Oh well!
Man, I feel kinda bad now knowing there's a possibility that my refusing that guy's help may have cost his family a day's pay. xP
I've gotten really superstitious about catching pokemon. Especially sicne the first time I refused to learn how to catch a pokemon was the first time I failed to catch a pokemon on the first route. Now I just let him teach me...
and I actually felt sorry for the guy..
I was really disappointed when I couldn't find the route the teachy tv guy taught on
I wish you could do that... I've played all of the games and still if have to listen to the person. Did they realy have to make the hand point to the fight button for 30 seconds?
When I first started playing Pokemon I wanted to say to the person who teaches you how to catch a Pokemon, " I already know how to catch a Pokemon! Weaken, Attack, Capture!" But of course all you can say is "Yes" or "No" in Pokemon games.
And then he became a gnome
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