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Will Ash finally win a Pokemon League? *UPDATED OP: Finals over, the conclusion is...!!!

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Do you think this was a good outcome?

Yes 13 14.44%
 
No 77 85.56%
 
Total:90

About damn time! I never hated or loved him personally. The trainers from the games were better but there was always something redeeming about him. At least he finally succeeded



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Personally, he should have won it a number of times already (Kalos and Sinnoh), but hey, better late than never.



Pancho A. Ovies

Nintendo Switch in Japan (Famitsu): 2018 vs. 2019
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=238945&page=2

PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch: 2018 vs. 2019
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=239387

You gotta lose before you can win.



The madman did it!!! But what did he actually win? He lost valuable time chasing something with no real meaning. What has victory brought him? He lost friends. Contact with his family. All for chasing this dream, that has brought him nothing. He will be celebrated for a day. A week. But they will forget him very soon. Just another poor soul who stands on a lonely mountain.



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Freaking finally. I can't believe it took him this long to win but hey, at least the writers finally gave him a break. I hope this means the series gets a new protagonist and he gets to be the experienced trainer teaching the younger generations.

OTBWY said:
The madman did it!!! But what did he actually win? He lost valuable time chasing something with no real meaning. What has victory brought him? He lost friends. Contact with his family. All for chasing this dream, that has brought him nothing. He will be celebrated for a day. A week. But they will forget him very soon. Just another poor soul who stands on a lonely mountain.



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Heh, when I think about, keeping and aging Ash would be some shit.

Imagine this, an older Ash, in his mid-late 20s, hell, I'd even take his mid-late teens, (and dating/married to Serena, because Serena is the best girl, screw everyone who disagrees) training a new batch of aspiring Pokemon trainers in the Galar region, one of those trainers being the new protagonist of the Sword/Shield anime; And just to put the cherry on top of that sundae, Pikachu, after 22 years, FINALLY evolved into Raichu.



Pancho A. Ovies

Nintendo Switch in Japan (Famitsu): 2018 vs. 2019
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=238945&page=2

PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch: 2018 vs. 2019
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=239387

Why necrobump this thread, you shoulda made a new one.

Guess they saw all the backlash after X/Y and finally decided to give the people what they wanted. It's cool but eh I've long lost interest.



Lonely_Dolphin said:
Why necrobump this thread, you shoulda made a new one.

Guess they saw all the backlash after X/Y and finally decided to give the people what they wanted. It's cool but eh I've long lost interest.

I necrobumped because this thread was the hype back then.



OTBWY said:
The madman did it!!! But what did he actually win? He lost valuable time chasing something with no real meaning. What has victory brought him? He lost friends. Contact with his family. All for chasing this dream, that has brought him nothing. He will be celebrated for a day. A week. But they will forget him very soon. Just another poor soul who stands on a lonely mountain.

The meaning is in everything he learned all throughout his adventures. The friends he made and the relationships he built across the world. Victory brought him nothing it was everything leading up to the victory that he can claim as his reward. He lost and gained friends a long the way. He didn't lose contact with his family they are still waiting for him. This is his time doing something he loves for himself. I'm sure his family is proud they were able to raise such a responsible and independent son.

They might forget him soon but his memories of the adventure will last a lift time and his friends will remember him for just as long.