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Pokémon Generations Ep 16 – Commentary

by Thomas Luu
Scientist. Entrepreneur. Visionary. Take a closer look at Lysandre in this episode of Pokémon Generations!

Scientist. Entrepreneur. Visionary. Take a closer look at Lysandre in this episode of Pokémon Generations!

Alright alright alright, so we got ourselves Lysandre. Pretty cool name for our Tony Stark wannabe over here. Except he don’t even like Beauty that much cause he clearly cannot comprehend the beauty that comes from just letting the world wade on like the ocean. All those water particles just moving about randomly through their day yet they all seem to go about in a hypnotizing manner when viewed at the beach shoreline… let the beauty come naturally. So the beach got some clouds and the rain is pouring. Is there no beauty in the storm?

Even sweet Diantha gets it. She knows that there are phases in life. Each stage has its own beauty. Sure there might be insane amounts of pain but isn’t even that beautiful? Have you ever eaten 20 plates of meat at Korean BBQ and then have the burning shits of straight destruction? Simply beautiful. You can’t find that kinda beauty just anywhere. There are times when you gotta get through some shit or let shit go through in order to appreciate the fresh air.

Then again I don’t know what’s so ugly about unleashing the sheer power of Yveltal into a destructive beam to destroy all life in order to recreate it all in a more beautiful way. I suppose that is the beauty in the freedom to be evil.

Then again, let’s talk about the beauty of the evil that allows someone to just live seemingly double lives. One moment you’re Steve Jobs and the next you’re Kim Jong Un. Like the hell bro. One moment you majestically take on Pyroar in order to market your technology and in the next you deny Diantha the freedom to wither gracefully and beautifully like a flower. Though, her essence is more akin to gemstone and ever lasting. Maybe knowing that, Lysander didn’t extinguish Diantha’s life like some kind of serial killer. But he’s about to go mass murder so… which is more beautiful for his legacy? I’m guessing the higher kill count proposes more beauty because it’s even more random to be killed by someone you don’t even know. I suppose in the grand scheme of things, Lysandre doesn’t care about anyone’s life unless his extremely beautiful, though subjective as fuck, world comes to fruition.

So when’s Xerneas coming in? That fairy be beautiful too.

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