Pokemon: Interstellar Absolution

Pokemon: Interstellar Absolution

by rym218
A science fiction take on the PMD themes and storylines. Join our human protagonist on a adventure that will span the galaxy and beyond!

This is a Reboot of PMD: Lost Galaxy, and will occasionally feature moments where reader input is allowed in the form of polls. this way readers can have a collective impact on the characters and story and make things a little more interesting~.
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Pokemon: Interstellar Absolution

A science fiction take on the PMD themes and storylines. Join our human protagonist on a adventure that will span the galaxy and beyond!

This is a Reboot of PMD: Lost Galaxy, and will occasionally feature moments where reader input is allowed in the form of polls. this way readers can have a collective impact on the characters and story and make things a little more interesting~.

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@42Meep: at the moment i have no plans for it. but we'll see if i do anything with it when i get the comic rolling!
@rym218 will the PMD LG ask blog be re-used for PMD IA?
i am too hyped for this

this will definitely be better than the old one
@wifijoe: I never said slip-ups were a bad thing, haha. They've always been they/them to me, seeing as they had an ambiguous gender in Lost Galaxy, so I get how you feel.
@Woo I get what you are saying, I just can't imagine Ace as a girl. (Which will explain any of my slip-ups of using he or him instead of them or they)
wow.amazing.incredible art work i can already tell this will be more amazing than the old one.
I need to read the news from comics more often. I was wondering why the other one wasn't updating... Now I know
I'm so excited for this! Also, having a non - binary main character is a pretty cool idea!
@rym218: Ah, ok. I'm not even sure why that caught my eye like that.
@JL: I'm not using the standard sizes.
Just a bit of a question I have been meaning to ask since the previous incarnation of this comic, but it would slip my mind each time- is Ace smaller than a normal absol? Or is Ruthe abnormally large for a charmeleon, or the simple solution of you're not using the "standard" sizes? I ask because Ace looks smaller than Ruthe in the cover here, and I remember a scene in the previous storyline where Ace had to stand on his hind legs to look Ruthe in the eyes. The official pokedex sizes show that in the games at least Ace would have been at least as tall as Ruthe. Just a weird little thing that I spotted and would kinda stick for some odd reason.
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So excited I can't accurately describe how thrilled I am that there's more.
Just realized I haven't said anything here yet but I'm really excited to see where this goes and follow Ace through their adventure!
@Woo: Yeah, my apologies. I probably didn't explain myself well.

I did a fool of myself. Forget I even posted that comment.
@Guest101: Ahh, sorry! I wasn't trying to rile anyone up, I thought I'd just throw in my two cents, Meep seemed a little distressed and I thought I'd share my thoughts on why I personally like the decision. It opens up a few new paths that I'm totally interested in seeing where Rym will go with it!
@Woo why does gender matter anyways? Making a big deal about it just makes it worse cause it makes it seem abnormal. I just want a good character, I don't care about genders or skin colors, I read for entertainment.
I dislike they/them pronouns because more often then not they make me think plural and then it takes me a minute to figure out what is actually being said.
@Just_taking_a_look: I can't exactly tell what kind of point you're trying to make here? You are correct that XXY chromosomes aren't "normal". 42meep was just asking about what classifies as nonbinary (at least I thought so), and I answered their question by defining both the physical aspects someone might have and the mental aspects, as in, a physical nonbinary versus preferring they/them pronouns.

If your case is that nonbinary folk are not considered "normal", you're right. And that's why I appreciate Rym making their protagonist part of a minority group, it can help lead to wider acceptance of them in general. (I'm minoring in gender/sexuality studies in college so this sort of thing interests me, haha)
@Woo: I don't mean to be offensive by all means but... that is not considered a malformation?
You know, something that is not normal and shouldn't be considered as such.
You know, like some sort of illness.

I mean, I am not saying that these friends of yours are evil or that they are not people (which I have no doubt that they are and deserve all love, respect, and support as anyone), i am referring to their condition and our posture against it.

It's like someone who was born without arms. Is that considered normal? Not really. Should we accept them? Of course. But should we accept that being born without arms is a normal condition for the human body? I don't think so.

Again, I don't mean any offense, because, as my guest name says, I am just taking a look... and asking some questions.
@42Meep: Not exactly? One person I know was just born with XXY chromosomes (rather than XX or XY), but other people I know just simply prefer they/them pronouns by choice. It's definitely a minority group, but having a little normalization for it through protagonists is always pleasant to see.