Let’s say hypothetically that I wanna be the very best, like no one ever was. Let’s say for the sake of the argument that to catch them is my real test, to train them is my cause. With that in mind, wouldn’t it then be logical that I will travel across the land, searching far and wide? And if so, wouldn’t my next step be to teach Pokémon to understand the power that’s inside?
Isn’t it obvious on a logical basis that I gotta catch ’em all? Moving on to my next point, let’s say hypothetically that it’s you and me. Let’s even go one step further and say that I know it’s my destiny, which is illogical, because one cannot definitively know their destiny unless they had some form of precognition, but let’s go with that. In this hypothetical scenario, wouldn’t it be a given that you’re my best friend in a world we must defend? Given that, the next logical step would be to infer that we have a heart so true, and not only that, but also that our courage will pull us through. Let’s even go one step further, and infer based on this evidence that you teach me and I’ll teach you. Pokémon, based on the evidence of this hypothetical scenario, I gotta catch ’em all. Gotta catch ’em all. Yeah.
Moving on to my next point, let’s say in this previously established scenario, that every challenge along the way, with courage I will face. Let’s even say that I will battle every day to claim my rightful place. Wouldn’t it then make sense to come with me, both because the time is right, and that there’s no better team? In this scenario, it is logical to conclude that arm in arm, we’ll win the fight, especially when you recall that it’s always been our dream.
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