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the other protagonists not being in PWT:THEY DIDN'T BECOME CHAMPIONS!?

#1Nerwrax15Posted 9/15/2013 2:08:33 AM
What ya think?
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#2RoleOfGSHCPosted 9/15/2013 2:11:53 AM
Sure they did. They just didn't care to enter. Kinda like my protag in Gen V.
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#3gamester_12345Posted 9/15/2013 3:49:48 AM
I guess at least 1 protag per set of games is officially a Champion, just that since G/S was intended to be a continuation of Pokemon R/B/Y (and was called Pokemon 2 in development) only Red was actually mentioned by name and fought personally.

Generations 3, 4 and 5 has a problem with Schrodinger Characters, mostly due to Genders and who is the "main" Protagonist, doesn't bar the fact that linking up with the memories doesn't do anything, which is a shame, but again, it was probably done like that as to avoid the player from making a bad team in B/W then transferring THAT team into the PWT, making that match an anticlimactic battle.

Weirdly, if the BW Protag was a challenger in the PWT, there would've been 8 Champions to fight, rather than 7...there was even unused text in game for Hilda and Herbert.
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#4JustwanttolookPosted 9/15/2013 3:58:33 AM(edited)
Red is the only protagonist you actually get to fight.
That is why he is in PWT, but the others are not.


EDIT: There is also leftover data in BW2 suggesting that Hilda/Hilbert were meant to be fought in the PWT
#5LexifoxPosted 9/15/2013 4:22:30 AM
They chose to stay at the Pokemon Leagues of their respective regions, letting Lance, Cynthia, etc. compete in the league.
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