But when reports started flooding in of massive earthquakes, summer ice storms, and children disappearing from their own birthday parties, I realized that having only 300 people in each game wasn’t due to constraints on Game Boy technology.
I had seen the news reports and read the articles, but I was still taken aback when I first saw a Pikachu in my living room. It was a strange sight, but I was filled with joy.
At first, I was content to just observe the Pokémon that I had seen in the games and cartoons. I was amazed by the sheer variety of creatures that I saw, from the majestic Charizard to the adorable Jigglypuff. I was also surprised to find that some of the creatures had evolved and now had different abilities and powers.
However, my joy soon turned to horror when I began to realize the consequences of my wish. Everywhere I looked, I saw destruction and chaos. The earthquakes had caused massive damage to cities and towns, while the ice storms had caused massive flooding. The most disturbing reports were of children disappearing from their own birthday parties.
I quickly realized that the creatures I had wished into existence were too powerful for the world to handle. I had made a mistake and now I had to figure out how to fix it. I consulted with scientists, researchers, and experts in the field of Pokémon, and together we came up with a plan.
We decided to limit the number of Pokémon in each game to 300, so that they would not be able to cause too much destruction. We also set up a system of safeguards, such as tracking devices and containment areas, to make sure that the creatures were kept in check.
Finally, I made a vow to myself to never wish for something this powerful again. I had learned my lesson and I was determined to make sure that no one else made the same mistake.