What The Inside Of A Pokéball Looks Like

What The Inside of a Pokéball Looks Like

One of the greatest mysteries of the Pokémon universe has to do with Pokeballs, the devices used to capture and store your personal pocket monsters. You can't help but wonder: just what in the world does a Pokemon experience while inside a Pokeball?

There's gotta be stuff in there, right? The Pokemon aren't just like, in some prison cell waiting to be used, right? Cause that'd be super cruel. Oh no!

Everyone has theories about what's inside, but here's a sweet rendition of life inside the Pokeball for the original three starters by Donnie. Click 'expand' to see at full size:

What The Inside of a Pokéball Looks Like
What The Inside of a Pokéball Looks Like
What The Inside of a Pokéball Looks Like

I can get behind this -- the Pokemon seem like they're having a good time, y'know? But I'm curious: what do you think life inside a Pokeball is like?

(Via The Omega Nerd)


Comments

    What, no Pikachu?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VfqpqXuvPg

    atomizer. Their atomic structure is read and then disintegrated. They are then cloned in the exact same form afterwards but they are just a blank copy. They are born and killed each time they are brought in and out of this world. Why do you think they fight so hard not to be captured?

    I always thought it was a prison....so some kind of chains and bondage gear...

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