This is not ok
Pokemon can release themselves if they want to badly enough. (I still panicked reading this pic)
@TheREdd, but what if it's a master ball with 100% catch rate
@Original Commentor, they hella ded
@Original Commentor, probably an emergency release timeout since they need food and water if not released after a while
I think thats enough funny pics for now.
No dude. Just no. Please.
You know what? I've got enough to worry about. Why do people have to do things like this?
The comic that this came from is so much creepier...
@BenevolentDM, uhh... wow!
Finally some fresh creepy pasta for missingno, and a pretty awesome story even though it's so short!
Error 404: Pokemon not found.
@ThaPunSnipr1, wait. Sh1t. Pokemon 0. It's just a bunch of pixels...... a corruption
What if this is the origin of all the Unown's. Their trainer does, their data gets corrupted, but not so completely that they are unable to be released, or turn into a glitch. Just corrupted enough that their original bodies and personalities are incomplete, and all the pokeballs is able to do as it's last saving throw is release whatever is left, and does the best it can with all of the missing and damaged data, and what comes out is the representation of the most common broken letter in the string of corrupted data
Hi missingo, I'm the world champion
That gave me chills
that was so cool
Like some nier Automata stuff
The orange islands series covered this, actually. If damage is done in any manner to a Pokéball, the Pokemon inside is released with no risk to them. It happened to Ash’s Snorlax. He dropped its ball, it cracked, and Snorlax was ejected the same way you normally release a Pokemon. From what I’ve gathered, being in a pokeball is like being a sponge in a compressed container. Once the container is damaged, the sponge just poofs out of it unharmed.
And Pokemon can release themselves at will, as is shown in the anime. It also seems they can understand what is happening around them when in the ball, as in one movie they are shown to release themselves to encourage ash not to give up.