If only I could catch them all

I roll out of bed whenever I feel like—no essays or exams to worry about. Not even school to worry about. I don’t write so good, but who cares. I turn on the TV and the 365 day forecast for my town is seventy degrees and sunny. I go downstairs, say hello to my loving mother, and walk out my front door. Today’s activity, and every other beautiful days’ activity: catch some Pokemon. It’s just another day in the life in the Pokemon world.

I walk to the nearest grassy area, walk back and forth and run into a Pokemon. It’s just a level 6 Sandshrew, but I want one for my pokedex, so I take out my Alakazam and put it to sleep so I can capture it. If I want a little bit more of a challenge, maybe I’ll go to the power plant and try and maybe catch a glimpse of a Zappados. One day, I hope to fight in a gym and get a badge. One day.

Pallet town a bit too slow today? No problem. I’ll just whip out my level 89 flying Charizard, using one of the many technological advances that makes my life so easy—a pokeball, and I’ll be off to Vermillion city in no time. Too lazy to walk to the corner store? No problem. I’ll just take out my full sized bicycle which fits every so compactly into my tiny backpack, and head on over. Or maybe I’m in the mood for the lull of the perfectly blue waves and the caress of the soft ocean breeze. No problem. I’ll just hop onto the back of my level 64 Lapras and surf my way to tropical relaxation.

Life on Pokemon Earth is pretty easy. Because society revolves around Pokemon—the study, capture, and sport—citizens of Pokemon Earth take care of their environment and the natural habitats of the Pokemon. There is no factory pollution or gas guzzling vehicles ruining the ozone. Additionally, the advanced technology makes life much easier. People can store Pokemon on computers, use anti-gravity machines, teleport places, clone Pokemon, and even heal Pokemon instantaneously. (People could also be healed if they ever became sick or hurt, but they never are.) If I had to choose one video game world to live in, it would definitely be the world of Pokemon.

-Gr33n3ggsAndSam

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