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I feel like being a Pokemon trainer would be comparable to being an athlete irl. I honestly dont know much about careers in sports but major players seem to make top dollar from their teams and sponsorships. Like the bulk of irl athletes most Pokemon trainers are kids shelling out their parents money to "play". A handful of them get scholarships to play on school teams and even fewer go on to become pro athletes. Plenty of adults will still play sports for recreation outside of their bill paying jobs. I'd love to see an in-depth video going over the similarities between pro athletes and sport culture vrs Pokemon trainers in the games and anime. At major battles in the anime we see stands packed with spectators who presumably paid money for tickets. I imagine trainers at pokemon gyms also pay membership fees. Where does all that money go? Heck do trainers ever get book deals or royalty pay? What sort of trainer agencies could exist outside of the main stories? Do people take bets on Pokemon battles? Do trainers throw battles to make cash? Where did all of these questions come from?!
One glaring problem I saw when I originally played the games 20 years ago was the fact that you can't battle trainers again, leaving you to just fight the elite four over and over for money. I was young, and noticed that. COME ONE game makers!
Pokemon is part of the entertainment industry. Do you think that the person who beat the best pokemon master in the entire region isn't going to get stupidly high salary offers for advertising and what not? I think not! There are football players who literally sit on the bench the whole game that get paid in the minimum $100,000 a year. So, someone who is the best in the region is most likely going to get plenty of offers to be in commercials for cars, tents, other outside things, and a whole bunch of other crap for those sweet sweet pokebucks. Or else how the heck could the main character from pokemon red manage to live in mt. silver for who knows how long, just to chase after a legendary pokemon that might not exist? *Rip*! Here that sound? That's the sound of me ripping your theory to pieces. GOODNIGHT!
I have a theory...
poke balls brain wash pokemon, I know this because:
1. when you find pokemon in the wild they attack you but when you catch them they don't attack you.
2. they let you use and abuse them.
3. they fallow your commands even if it means hurting themselves.
but thats just half of the theory. if they have that technology doesn't that mean some of the humans could be brain washed? please talk about this in another video?
On the other hand, Healthcare is free in the Pokemon world, and the Anime has repeatedly demonstrated that Pokemon ~are~ used for a lot of professional work. So don't consider the Pokemon Journey as a career, but as training for an actual job specializing in commanding Pokemon for something useful.
since pokemon came out in the mid to late 90's wouldn't the in game prices be a little more expensive than their IRL counterparts? notably soda and the like IRL cost about 150 yen from machines BUT ( matpat has a cute one) the prices of the drink it's based on would vary depending on brands, merchandising etc .
even in today's direct conversion from in game yen to dollars ( most people here are murican so no pounds for this scottish boi) would be $3.18 SO.....if the game is copy paste IRL 90's yen then you'd still be fairly rich....but I don't know if it IS a direct IRL yen to in game yen for red and green.....hmmmm
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