As long as it's consensual and the Pokémon is intelligent, no, there's nothing wrong with it.
That does NOT mean, however, that it is always a good idea. Just something to consider....
It doesn't have to be.
I wish they would refer to Pokemon by their full name or even just monsters from time to time. It would make people less cranky about what is an acceptable monster design rather than what is an acceptable pokemon design.
Also pokephilia is a dumb word. It's funny here but some writers have used it in their stories where they should call it something else.
I can agree with everything in your post. I do. I would love to read, and I do try to write, stories of pure action. Exposition, then spending time labeling things you're not even sure of the reader's opinion on, seems like something I want to avoid.
Should pokémon and their names always be capitalized? I only use the accent mark because it is in my phone easy, is it better to use it or should I not alienate?
Why would Pokemon need trainers, to be in towns and around other people, if they're as sapient as humans?
Answer is, they're not. At best, they're intellectually children, with your 'super smart' psychics being essentially autistic savants. We can thus conclude that they're in no way fit to give consent as understood, and that your rape of your so called waif is done so under duress, pressure from your position as someone they thought they could trust. Moreover, most Pokemon taken as Waifs don't even fit in the human like egg group, meaning that not only are you raping them, you're forcing your grotesque penis into parts that don't accomodate, causing the creature horrible pain in the name of your impurity.
Backlash from the Pokemon is also massively dangerous, especially since contextually they're suddenly being torn apart by a friend or parental figure. Pokemon are, for lack of better words, walking nuclear devices with only your word for guidance. What happens when that word can't be trusted anymore, when it attacks them? That's nothing to say of the long term damage to their psyche.
All this could've been avoided too, if you weren't so riddled with a lack of self worth that you felt like the creatures around you were the only things that could love you.
>Why would Pokemon need trainers, to be in towns and around other people, if they're as sapient as humans?
That's not how it is. It's the humans who need Pokémon to be subservient, lest the Pokémon lose the need for humans to be around, and consequently, humans die out.
>Why would Pokemon need trainers
Explained in the Sinnoh myths. Also not all Pokemon are equal. That much is true. They're MONSTERS first and foremost. With all that implies. Meaning they come from a variety of backgrounds, with varying intelligence, and composition. A beedrill and a metagross are both pokemon in the same way you and a dog are both animals. It's also worth noting humans become pokemon, even in non-ghost types if kadabra's entry is anything to go by. The line between certain monsters and humans is pretty thin sometimes. And come on, Alakazam is obviously going beyond savant tier.
The egg group thing is also a dumb meme to bring up because if we go by that alone even humanlike egg groups wouldn't be a perfect match either. Humans don't lay eggs to begin with. It has never really been about that though. Take the Scifi genre where you sure as hell can't impregnate or have sex with an ayy without some complications but we find interspecies romance bloom on occasion.
It was also when humans were considered pokemon so there's that to keep in mind too.
Well, you're in love with something that can one-hundred-percent never love you back, therefore making your relationship nonconsensual.
So yeah. It's rewarding to try to earn someone else's love and affection. Try it sometime.
Has anyone written that happening? That's interesting.
Say, Lopunny. Personally I'd only ever use my mouth if she really wanted, but she could tear me apart if I ripped her first.
You should put the translation of the japanese text in there since the English localization says something different and out of context someone seeing it for the first time won't know the nip version is talking about marriage.
I don't think the accent matters really. It's a nice touch if you can consistently put it there but no one expects someone to change their PC's keyboard settings just to keep putting an accent there. There's probably more efficient ways of doing that but it's still a lot more effort with little pay off.
I'll probably end up getting touched.
Would this be considered guro? Should we not post certain pokemon?
I like mega lucario, he has red too
>What moves do you think we knew when we were a type of pokemon? What type were we?
Some of us were normal/fighting.
A few of the more. . .Flamboyant humans were probably normal/fairy type.
Very rarely you'd get a normal/psychic type like Sabrina.
That's iffy at best. I think if that were the case pokemon eggs wouldn't be as mysterious as they're said to be. I mean, that could just be the daycare workers being careful around a kid but that doesn't work when your protagonists are older.
Especially when a guy in Coumarine says to the protagonist that Pokémon Eggs aren't so much eggs as they are cradles. Sure this could also be another case of being careful around a kid...if the protagonist wasn't a matured teenager who, by that point, probably already knows about sexual reproduction.
I love my pokemon. I'd dress them up and give them flowers. At the, is that the foreign house?
Faping to pokes? no
having a obsession about said poke? yes
As long as you're in control no problem at all
>what do 'would' and 'could' mean senpai~?
I wouldn't though. The most I would do with a pokémon is kiss it deeply, maybe sniff it all over.
I don't know I guess since it apparently happens in poke world and your pokes are the only thing that will not try to fight you every time you look at them in the eye.
Mismagius is adorable. Ghost-Fairy when?
Maybe in its next evolution or mega?
Question how good would ghost-fairy be?
And if it was a mismagius mega?
What would it take to make it rival gengar?
If I lived in that world, I'd probably have a Pokemon as a non-sexual lifemate, but this thread is about putting your sand desert nerd dick into anthropomorphized pokemon and using the sinnoh mythology to argue that your delusions of fucking garedvoir are canon.
You're mixing a lot of different opinions, some of which don't actually exist. As the first one to bring up the Sinnoh Myths ITT, I don't think a trainer should have sexual relations with pokemon. It creates an uneven power dynamic that is already hard to justify if Gen V's story is anything to go by. If you want interspecies romance with a pokemon you'd have to give up training forever to make it ethical. I also don't think it would work most of the time. Interspecies romance would be as rare as it is in science fiction (that doesn't suck).
Mostly being able to freely switch into 4 different types of attacks and Fairy STAB. I don't know if it would be as useful now with the fast fairy megas existing since ORAS but before ORAS the Fairy type was in desperate need of a fairy that outsped garchomp without a scarf.
I think it'd be quite good. Mismagius already has a pretty decent movepool, add STAB Moonblast to the mix and buff primarily the Special Attack and Speed. It'd be about UU, I think.
But it is as dumb as shortening Cuddle Monster to cudémon
Though who wouldn't play that
She's so motherly though is weird
Birdmom is dudebro friend too
Do you think the fairies invented marriage?
Several of the later legendaries are shown to have intellect and speech on par with any normal human being. They're perfectly able to give informed consent.
I want normies to leave, but no-one is getting what they want any time soon.
>It creates an uneven power dynamic that is already hard to justify if Gen V's story is anything to go by. If you want interspecies romance with a pokemon you'd have to give up training forever to make it ethical.
But if you didn't keep your interspecies poke-wife bound to a pokeball (Even if she never stayed in it), any ol' jackass can come along, beat your "Wife" into submission, and trap her in a ball of his own. And it'd be perfectly legal.
I was thinking in legal terms actually. That would be the biggest barrier to monster-human romance. If a government were to acknowledge it as a thing, they'd probably make you give up training but they'd also have some kind of failsafe prevent catching a pokemon that obviously isn't wild. Like a government database of pokemon that the balls won't capture, or some kind of paperwork and some bracelet they wear. I don't know. It just wouldn't make sense for them to think far enough to deal with the ethical issue of owning your spouse and not remember to account for someone deciding to catch them.
Smart pokemon like Lucario, Gardevoir, Gengar, Alakazam, and even Porygon Z would probably have some legal rights especially if they've been processed and can fill out some basic paperwork. Maybe even without it. We do the same with Chimps and Dolphins, and call them non-human persons. They'd definitely do the same for beings of human intellect or even just near-human intellect.
You're talking about the BDSM meme fetish, not a tangled legal mess that would give N a heart attack.
Just basic legal rights, but if anime meowth applied for a social security number in order to work do you think they'd have the heart to tell him no? I imagine it'd go like that. It can happen on paper but it almost never does.
I think at some point in pokehistory some king tried this dank scheme to get rich with meowths and crashed his kingdom's economy. Everyone has been wary of exploiting them ever since.