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See, the villains of Black and White are Team Plasma, a cult-like organization that is preaching about Pokemon freedom and how Pokemon would be happier if they are released back into the wild. Cheren is your first rival, this geeky kid with glasses and an almost suit-like jacket, and he's going to be the more 'serious' one of your two rivals, being a bit more analytical, picking the starter that's stronger against yours, and generally ends up being the smart, serious one. I'm not sure what the term for those little white dangly-bits on her shorts are, but that also helps to make her a bit more distinctive. It is Gamefreak's first real big attempt at making a more story-driven narrative, after all. Also, N's official name, which is absolutely mockable, is "Natural Harmonia Gropius". I still don't think much of him design-wise, though. Of course, the whole thing gets bogged down with the Plasma grunts being generic thugs; N being rambling; and concept between Pokemon liberation and the bizarre cult-knights-sages-and-kings fantasy smorgasbord of random concepts end up making Team Plasma just feel like it's They're certainly memorable, and I appreciate them trying to give Plasma its own identity, but ultimately I feel like they could've done a lot more to make Team Plasma's story feel a bit more fleshed out. The fifth generation is interesting in that it's one of the two generations to really try to have a more elaborate, longer story and actually explore a bit more themes than just 'evil team tries to take over the world and capture a legendary Pokemon'. His female counterpart, Hilda, is a bit more memorable to me because while she's kind of a generic anime teenager, at least her black-and-white getup and her shorts make her distinct from all other Pokemon human designs. I do like Cheren. And Team Plasma's whole credo, of course, is to free Pokemonkind and humankind, because humans are terrible and stuff. And here we are with Unova's Elite Four. Hilbert has a messier set of hair, I suppose, but I actually feel like he's easily the most forgettable of your playable avatars, I'm sorry. In the second round of games, N and his legendary partner ends up basically sort of just being there as a plot device, not really doing a whole ton but show up in plot-relevant scenes. I mean, Rosa could just be fashionable and be wearing a skirt-over-pants deal, but Nate's definitely wearing some sort of weird bodysuit under that funky-looking jacket.

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I very rarely see any ratings that put Generation V in the middle of the pack, it's either considered a masterpiece or an abomination. Most notably, in the four or five battles that you fight N in, he never really has a permanent team and seems to befriend and use any Pokemon from the nearby area, which is a very cool concept.

Sadly, the Fighting-type Elite Four is Marshal is easily the most interesting out of the blackjack blogspot arts dude training martial arts Pokemon, by simple virtue that he's got real baggy pants and a very fun orange-and-blue colour vibe going on.

Of course, as writers, you can't really condemn one of the central concepts of the game, so near the end of the game it turns out that N has been brainwashed that sloth mange will basically raised to be a 'puppet king' by his evil adoptive father Ghetsis, who's just trying to use N's message to put Team Plasma, and therefore Ghetsis, in power.

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She's not the only professor in Unova, because her dad, Cedric Juniper, also shows up a bit later in the story. I don't think there's a lot of middle ground for N, really. If not for the clear lack of hat, I would've mistaken him for a first draft for a male protagonist. I didn't think I would have this much to say about Unova's characters, which goes to show that there's actually a fair bit about them, huh? That's hilarious. Unova's got a very fun selection of ghost-types, and honestly, Jellicent, Golurk, Cofagrigus and Chandelure all share a similar quality of looking spooky and goofy at the same time, exactly like Shauntal. She's an archaeologist and her gym is a museum, and to reach Lenore you actually have to solve a bunch of riddles and clues in her gym. And I feel like the fifth generation is one of the most contentious ones, with so many people swearing up and down that they're the best games Pokemon has ever put out, while some people swear up and down that they are the worst. My favourite is honestly probably the fourth. First-game Bianca is basically a huge amount of character tropes for a clumsy girl, and the second-game Bianca is a more confident getup. And I do mean ninja , because the Shadow Triad third gif from the left, called "Dark Trinity" in Japan are the replacements of the 'admins' of previous games. I don't have much to say here. It's an interesting way to bring back a more active, dickish rival that still remains more or less civil with your character. Good lord, have we just finished the gym leaders and Elite Four? What I am fond of, though, is Ghetsis's look. Team Plasma, on paper and in the manga, and in some fanfiction , is an amazing concept. They do this again in Sword and Shield. The game tosses us into the stories of Cheren, Bianca, N and the rest of the cast almost immediately that the professor basically sort of fizzles into the background. One of the biggest problems people had with the fifth-generation games is that your protagonist seems to be more or less along for the ride and it's N that is undergoing all of these huge character revelations and development, a perfectly reasonable criticism of the fifth-generation games. Again, if the game was a bit less confusing about N's stance on Pokeballs or trainers keeping Pokemon or whatever, I feel like it would've been a much better story. And, of course, any sort of intelligent debate about the ethics of capturing Pokemon ends when turns out that, hey, stop asking the hard questions, everything from the formation of Team Plasma and the creation of N as this empath has been part of Ghetsis's plans to steal the legendary dragon and rule Unova as king, cause mwa-ha-ha-evil. I'm not sure if the anime or manga actually broached the subject or not. But fifth generation does have one of my favourite stories out there, even if it is admittedly a bit heavy-handed at times. Surge, Fantina, arguably Phoebe and Dahlia but with Pokemon itself being an international franchise, it's interesting to have that in the back of our minds. The Shadow Triad, surprisingly, are the most associated with Pawniard and Bisharp, and only sometimes use ninja-themed Pokemon like Absol and Accelgor. The essential story of N, read through plot synopses or fan art comics there are a lot of great Nuzlocke comics of the fifth generation that really made N feel great end up being so interesting N also ends up catching the opposite-game legendary, which I think is the first time the opposite-game legendary is actively involved in the other game? That's really what made these two memorable. As I mentioned before, I played both Sinnoh and Unova games in one huge 'catch up' month before the release of Pokemon XY , and it was also a time where I consumed a lot of information in one go -- the games, the manga, the new Pokemon, a bunch of online Nuzlocke comics I might have to fix that soon, I could do a little reset of my old White 2 cartridge. He's Alder's student, apparently, and several lines of dialogue in the games compares Marshal with Cheren because they are both obsessed with the search for power, but nothing really comes out of it. It's her 'truth', and I really do like that a lot Her father eventually mellows out, though. See, where your chosen protagonist is the strong, silent type and Cheren's a smart kid who wants to battle and be a champion, Bianca is But apparently, despite Bianca being mostly just kind of a ditz all over the place, she's actually hiding a secret -- she's basically running away from home against her stern father's objections to pursue her dream of becoming a Pokemon trainer. One thing to note about the fifth generation is that Unova is the first region in a mainline Pokemon series Orre's cool, but it's considered quasi-canon by Nintendo, I feel that is not set in a Japan-based region. As usual, the female protagonist looks a lot more unique than the dude one -- the colour palette for her outfit and the Princess Leia hair-buns make for a far more memorable character design. He's got hair over his hat and that weird baggy shorts over his maybe-bodysuit. Which, to be fair, Itend to not really have much to say about any of them, but Professor Juniper is our first lady professor! You either really like him because you really like his story I do or you really hate him because he rambles on and on and on about over-the-top metaphysical discussion about truths and ideals and his place in the world and stuff. Design-wise he's also kind of generic. Aurea is basically the Professor Juniper as far as the game is concerned, but otherwise I didn't really find the two of them particularly memorable. He's wearing a distinctively lighter shade of blue, but the designs of the likes of Red, Ethan, Lucas and Hilbert over here all fall into what's more or less similar designs if you squint. Although Nate is probably kind of a bit more memorable? I don't really remember much of him, after being a dick to Team Plasma and helping you against them, I think you just help him get the Purrloin back and he sort of mellows out? I don't think fifth generation is my favourite generation of games. It's a bit hard to tell since his collar's obscuring it, but Marshal's even got blue lipstick on! The thing is, the actual values posited by Team Plasma is actually intriguing and under a better writing team, the story of Team Plasma and N could actually be something interesting. Neo Team Plasma is a sleek team, but ultimately they're basically reduced to generic villains. And, again, with better writing I feel like N would've been a lot more tolerable to the fandom as a character. Which means that the final boss fight against N which replaces the first champion battle of the game a lot more epic. N's team, as mentioned above, varies depending on where you meet him since he uses 'buddies' he befriended from the nearby routes N uses the opposite-version mascot legendary against you, but also uses the region's two fosils, his childhood partner Zoroark and a bunch of utterly random boys like Klinklang and Vanniluxe. The Shadow Triad showed up in Black and White as basically a way for the game to railroad your character into meeting N or Ghetsis, basically acting as N's bodyguards-cum-handlers, allowing the charismatic N to spread the good word of Team Plasma while actually being loyal to Ghetsis. And I really want to say more about him, but I honestly don't remember a whole ton about him -- he started off his journey basically being an ill-mannered boy who is trying to hunt down his sister's stolen Purrloin, basically going on the closest thing that Pokemon can get to a journey of vengeance. I always thought it's a bit weird that the archaeologist gym leader doesn't actually use Rock or Ground types, and instead uses her pet dog and her pet meerkat, but other than that she's pretty cool. Yep, he's named "Gropius". Ghetsis is N's adoptive father, picking him up when he realized the kid had an impeccable way with Pokemon and realizes that he can be a figurehead for his cult. I really don't have much to say about the actual regional professors. I'm not even sure if this appearance is supposed to be a homage to a certain Pokemon or not. An interesting concept, but not one I particularly am fond of. So far, in the past generations, most of the characters are honestly very easily assumed to be ethnically and culturally Japanese other than a few specific exceptions that the games point out Lt. I've always been neutral about Team Plasma as a whole -- I technically do like N's story of being fooled by his father figure who paints him up as a 'chosen one' and he gathers a cult and all that jazz, but the actual story of Team Plasma itself is kinda boring. Agatha was a stereotypical old hag and Phoebe was a surprisingly-not-what-you-expect hula dancer, and Shauntal's She's got a vaguely Goth-inspired outfit, wears purples and blacks all over, looks like Velma Dinkley's cousin, and her profession as a writer even sort of fits with a 'spooky' theme, even if it's not strictly horror that she's writing. I did find that Unova's Elite Four is probably one of my favourite ones to fight, due to the fun, rather spooky typings showcased in their members. Of course, they're all ultimately drawn in a very anime-esque art style, so it's really hard to note if any of the fair-skinned characters are supposed to be Japanese or Caucasian in ethnicity. God dang, Shauntal's a fanfiction writer. You initially meet Ghetsis as one of the random 'Seven Sages', old men that pretend to be priests of the cult that exists to help out the new king N Who knew? It's not really going to matter, honestly, but it's interesting to note that it's with Unova that they're actively trying to be representative of non-Japanese countries. And done well, they might actually be something that causes some interesting thought-provoking stories. We've always joked about PETA and Pokemon and the questionable ease that trainers can essentially 'enslave' a Pokemon. I really do like the combination of orange and green as colours, though. Team Plasma And here we are with the evil team.