What's up with Ghetsis's eye? And his arm? And his mouth?
He's the only villain I've seen in the Pokemon series with visual deformities. Is his arm frostbite from Kyurem? Did he get attacked by his Hydreigon?
Are there any answers or genuine theories?
That looks like it's from the manga. In the games he's shown to have two hands, one is discoloured though.
That's not a visor, it's a scouter. he has it to scan the potential of Trainers, silly billy.
His concept art shows that something is fucked up about his eye. I don't read moon letters so I don't know if says something about it though.
Nothing's really canon for him. It hasn't even been directly stated he's disabled and/or half blind, physical mutilation is probably the sort of thing they're leery about referring to in a kids game.
>I'm going to take over the world
>shit my plans were foiled by a ten year old
>five years later...
>alright I'm going to take over the world for real this time
>god fucking dammit my plans were foiled by a different ten year old
If there was a BW3 he'd probably be batshit crazy.
There were only two years between BW and BW2.
And in BW, Ghetsis's plans were partially screwed over because his son was too much of a pansy to properly employ his super-ancient Dragon god.
He already went "Fuck a normal battle, I'm not falling for that again." and directly attacked the player in BW2. God knows what he'd pull in BW3.
Ghetsis went from being a smug manipulative asshole taking in a young orphan living in the woods just for his keikaku to a raging imperialist nutjob straight up trying to freeze an entire country solid just so there would be no way to stop him from ruling with an iron fist regardless of how much damage that would cause to all life and nature itself.
Your pokemon would then take you to a human center. Rest of the game is played with this role reversal, because it makes sense that 6 super powerful, intelligent, magical monsters would be the bosses of the premature human and not the other way around.
>They wonder why it's taking you so long to heal from your wound
>Want to help speed up the process
>Party members meet and discuss, making a plan based on their individual strengths and weaknesses
>Your grass/bug type goes to collect berries
>Your dark type steals healing items from the pokemon mart
>Water type goes and scouts nearby water sources to find mineral rich pockets
>Ghost type channels good spirits into you
>Psychic type analyzes your charts, making sure the doctors aren't screwing anything up
>Last of all is your starter bro, whose sole job is to sit next to you day and night so someone's there if you wake up
>Doctors have lost hope, are supporting you mostly out of obligation
>"I mean he was shot in the face, what's the best that could happen?"
>Your parents, unable to support you anymore, decide to pull the plug
>Team catches wind of this
>Won't let anyone pass to access your machinery
>Doctors realize this is a dangerous situation, need to take care of them quickly or this will be an insurance nightmare
>Doctor Felix wants to battle!
>Team hold out well, but the doc having access to healing items is wearing them down
>Starter finally leaves your side, as he is The only one left
>The fact that he can't win makes him lose focus he falls
Through hazy eyes, you can just barely make out what's going on as you awaken. There's a pile of potions, oran berries, and such on your bed. At the end of the room is an angry looking doctor with a chansey. And next to you is... bro? You almost instintively look in the pile for a revive and toss it to him.
>Starter gets back up
>Prepares to fight but everyone else is just dumbfounded
>Starter looks to you, being too focused on the fight to comprehend where that revive came from
This is only the selfish peception of people.
Love not only makes you a great trainer, it might save your life someday.
>my starter would be Torterra
>tfw can't hug a world turtle