Pokémon #1923328

Entry by Poppupantsu on Wed Sep 16 00:40:45 2015.

Tags: Anime, kawacy, Pokémon, Red (Pokémon), Hibiki (Pokémon), Yellow Hat, Hat Over One Eye, Yellow Headwear, Fanart From DeviantART, Pixiv, Fanart From Pixiv, Fanart, Revision

kawacy, Pokémon, Red (Pokémon), Hibiki (Pokémon), Yellow Hat, Hat Over One Eye, Yellow Headwear, Fanart From DeviantART, Pixiv, Fanart From Pixiv, Fanart, Revision

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Comments (English)

  • Fuyuki Tsuki

    May 13, 2014

    Those eyes... e.e

  • Pika-Company

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    May 14, 2014

    I love Red's eyes. And I love Red. Cause I love the color red. Even if his eyes look so... emotionless...
    But I don't like Gold's eyes. They're full of pretention.

  • lavenderkhajiit

    May 29, 2014

    Red has seen**** o.o

  • MakeyJu

    Jun 12, 2014

    can somebody explain to me why Red is always shown emotionless, stoic and almost never saying anything?
    is there some kind of basis for that?

  • Pika-Company

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    Jun 13, 2014

    ^ I think that's because Red from Gold/Silver/Crystal/HeartGold/SoulSilver is emotionless, stoic and don't say any word. (ya know, when we fight him on top of Mount Silver...) And that's how many fans of Red love him.
    But that's only my point of view! XD

  • Trickster of Thieves

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    Jun 13, 2014

    Well Red is a very serious person so lets see why he's mainly sotic:
    *He's the strongest trainer you can battle.And basically the strongest trainer in all pokemon.
    *He never likes talking.
    *Basically is serious overall.

  • MakeyJu

    Jun 15, 2014

    thanks ya all :)

  • Taba-Boomcha

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    Oct 07, 2014

    I like Gold's eyes. Sometimes arrogant characters are a lot of fun!

  • SourCucumber

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    Nov 16, 2014

    okay but how come no one's talkin about dem a+ eyebrows

  • kaizunou990

    Oct 04, 2015

    Red always silent?
    That's make me thinking how he gonna say to his pokemon what to do....btw he's the best one ever!

  • milifilou

    Nov 21, 2015

    Red doesn´t need words to communicate with his Pokemon. He trains them to know exactly what he wants them to do. Or you know, the amount of points he uses to ... is a kind of morse code.

  • ei.c

    Dec 11, 2015

    great facial expressions

  • TheUFighter

    Jan 29, 2016

    There are two kinds of Pokémon Trainer Red: Game!Red and Fandom!Red.

    The Fandom!Red is the one you see in almost all unnofficial media about him: A stoic, silent and emotionless kid that has the appearance of an adult even though he's still 13.

    The Game!Red is the one you see in the official media: A normal trainer with a normal personality that talks in a normal way. He probably was just roaming through the Mt.Silver when, by coincidence, Gold found (and beat) him. The dots you see at the start of the final battle are actually a full conversation between Red and Gold, but it's up to the player to fill up their quotes.

    Regardless, I like fandom's Red better. Because he actually looks like the 2nd gen's true final boss he is.

  • Poppupantsu

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    Jan 29, 2016

    ^ Agreed.

  • Niele

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    Jan 29, 2016

    I've always tought it wasn't that Red was all stoic but that he bacem like that later. That he started as just a kid wanting to become a trainer but**** happened he fought people and then went to train in that mountain with his pokemons.

    And if you think about it, Pokemons don't exactly talk so maybe he just lost the habit of talking after staying alone with his pokemons in a freezing mountain lol

    I like this Red more too. It's diferent, I get tires of all the "hyper kid wants to be the best trainer" sort of character in pokemon.

  • ~Mayu~

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    Feb 02, 2016

    It's amazing <3

  • HellionZ25

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    Mar 07, 2016

    This basically embodies ANY GAME, where the Main Player Character is about to go toe-to-toe with either the Main Rival or Final Boss(usually is the main rival/villain).

    THIS ROCKS ON ANY AND ALL LEVELS

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