Not gonna happen. This a game series that has glossed over for years, since the beginning, how little kids are allowed leave their homes alone to wander a continent so they participate in what is essentially capturing animals and forcing them to seriously hurt each other for sport. The series' argument against Team Plasma only makes it more silly.
If being captured against your will, stuffed in a ball most of your life, and forced to fight for entertainment is a Pokemon's idea of cheery fun and bonding, then they must be a very particular kind of masochist. --- [Insert an "[Insert witty saying or joke]" sig here]
Am I the only one who enjoys as little story as possible in Pokemon? The main reason I disliked B/W was because they shoved the damn story down your throat throughout the entire game, and it wasn't even good.
To me, reading those optional cryptic journals about Mew giving birth to Mewtwo in Red, or about the Arceus creation myth from scattered sources in Platinum, were far cooler "stories" than any force-fed story in the entire Pokemon series. Kinda like Metroid Prime, where you can piece together little tidbits of stories from scans if you want (or like bioshock's tape recordings), or opt to just ignore them and just explore. That's far more interesting to me.
I long for the day where they make a Pokemon game with a huge open-ended region where the story is as deep as you choose to make it, and handed out sparingly as a reward for exploration and discovery.
This, a million times this. Most intelligent post i've ever seen on this board. --- A word to the wise ain't necessary - it's the stupid ones that need the advice - Bill Cosby