Pokemon Definition AnalysisPREFACEPokemon Definition Analysis by Mutitus
What is a Pokemon? For many years, it has been assumed that the answer to this question has been discovered and detailed quite well; I for one, however, do not find favor with such a notion. As a Professor of Pokemon, I have always done my duty to study Pokemon and learn about them but it seems that I have failed to pinpoint what makes them Pokemon; looking at the world, I see that I am not alone.
In this report, I will attempt to explain why the traditional definition of what a Pokemon is no longer appears acceptable in my eyes. My goal here is not to clear up the issue; my goal is to show just how murky the waters actually are, from the basics all the way up to the boundaries of our world and beyond.
Regardless of their powers, origins, or abilities, all known Pokemon are said to possess what is referred to as a type; in laymen's terms, a Pokemon's type is what determines its weaknesses, resistances, and power advantag
Charizard ReportCharizard (the Flame Pokemon) is an exceptionally rare Fire/Flying-type Pokemon found near volcanoes around the world and among craggy mountains in the Kanto region. Possessing a dazzling array of attacks and the ability to fly through the skies (a trait seen otherwise among only legendary Fire-types, namely Ho-Oh and Moltres), Charizard are rightfully feared as one of the most powerful Fire-type Pokemon known to exist. They might not have the incredibly high Attack and Special Attack stats possessed by some of their contemporaries, but it cannot be denied that fire is far more dangerous to be around when it comes from above!Charizard Report by Mutitus
Much like their pre-evolved forms, the flame on a Charizard's tail (where most of their combustion organs are located) serves a tri-fold purpose in that it is an indicator of their overall power level, emotional state and health. As with the transition from Charmander to Charmeleon, the transition from Charmeleon to Charizard grant