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Pokmon has been more than a source of entertainment for me; it has shaped my personality and the way I look at the world today.

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Pokémon Topic: Describe a cartoon series or film that you found both entertaining and educational. ‘Pokémon’ may seem to be an ordinary cartoon series for an average adult, but for my generation it was a way of life, a religion to be more precise. Today I might be sixteen years old, but the nostalgia of Pokémon constantly reminds me of my youthful days. Pokémon has been more than a source of entertainment for me; it has shaped my personality and the way I look at the world today. ...read more.

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By the time the first Pokémon game came out on the Nintendo Game Boy it was the most sought item on the list of an average youngster and teenager alike. I would be lost in my game boy all day and alike, it was a dream come true that my favorite television series was now on a platform that I could myself catch Pokémon, a life long desire. The concept of Pokémon gave birth to a number of new television shows like Digimon and Yu-Gi-Ho; however, none of them matched the charm and magic of Pokémon. ...read more.

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Pokémon soon evolved from a television series to a set of fifteen animated Pokémon films with the same characters. It is being said that the creators of Pokémon are now deciding to produce a full-length feature film, an experience for which I cannot wait. Pokémon has imbibed in me values such as love, kindness, and friendship, care and respect from a very young age. Its influence on me is unfathomable and I hope that even the future generation would get a chance to explore the remarkable and exciting world of Pokémon, because it would be a pity if they do. BY: VEDANT BATRA CLASS: IB-1 ...read more.

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