thanks! XD N is the best thing about the new pokemon gen because in all the other games it had been obvious who was right and who was wrong, but in black and white N doesn't gain anything he like player 1 is trying to make sure that their actions will lead to a ending that is best for everyone
to be honest, back in the first 2 gens. i actually did release pokemon. i even released my [yellow version] charmeleon just because i taught it cut. really silly idea. but i always felt bad about it. one time even releasing my pikachu. heck i was glad ididn't save the game cause i regretted that! but nowadays, i just keep em in the box.
hecksomtimesi released pokemon just for the name. cause ounce i nameda bulbasaur (still in yellow) baby. and feltit wasn't a good nameand got rid of it >< but yea releasing pokemon, really does make you feel bad sometimes, even if it is just a game
ikr. pokemon has that caring effect. maybe its also due to how we grew up watchin the show. its almost as if we treat pokemon like we would any other animal we take care of (though if pokemon were real it probly would not be legal to have pokemon battles..... and not as smart totrycuddling some either.....)
I think it's because they seem almost like pets; and most people are devastated when they're forced to part with their beloved pet, an also because we've seen how sad pokemon get when their trainers release them (pokemon are tougher than normal animals, if there were really there would no doubt be a lot of rules set about how battles are done and I wouldn't mine hugging some of the...unfriendlier ones <3)
I think that was done on purpose because whenever I read these "Y U No" memes I always read them with a weird annoying lisp. I didn't even notice release was spelled wrong until I saw your comment xD I automatically read it as releash