Originally Answered: Does Pokémon exist in real life? No, Pokémon are just fictional creatures that appear in their games and animated series. But many Pokémon are based on real animals and plants.
Pokémon are fictional, mostly adorable creatures that humans collect, train, and battle. Arguably four of the most popular Pokémon — known as “starters” in the Pokémon world — are each based on a real-world animal, but also have not-so-real abilities.
The first four regions and the Hisui region are based on smaller regions in Japan, Unova and Alola are based on parts of the United States, Kalos is based on France, and Galar is based on Great Britain. Orre is said to be inspired by Phoenix, Arizona.
“All you have to do is point your camera and drop one of the Playmoji (or all four) into a scene to bring it to life in your photos and videos “, Google said in a blog post.
Arceus is referred to in myth and legend as The Original. Arceus is believed to have created the Sinnoh region and possibly the entire Pokémon world, the Sea Wardens Uxie, Azelf, and Mesprit; and the creation trio Dialga, Palkia and Giratina.
To create your own Pokémon, first choose an animal or item to base your design on. Then give your Pokémon a name, element, and 1-2 unique quirks or traits to distinguish it from a normal animal or item. Next, flesh out your concept by giving your Pokémon some moves and basic stats.
“Pikachu is real and can be found in Thailand,” claim people who have raved online about a cat that resembles one of the most famous pocket monsters out there.
The Trainer Ball, a real Pokeball, is a remote control that allows players to catch Pokémon. Users can either throw the ball physically or move it through the air to throw it virtually. To top it off, it can also charge your phone. Take a look.
In fact, every region in every mainline Pokémon game has a real world base. The fact that the region of the first games is called Kanto, a real region in Japan, should be your first clue.
It seems like the Pokémon anime will go on forever, but head writer Shudo Takeshi once planned a surprisingly dark ending. The Pokémon anime has been running since 1997 and there seems no end in sight.