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Tencent is looking for a Pokemon Consultant

Tencent, who have been busy working on the latest Pokemon game for mobile platforms, Pokemon Unite, have announced that they are looking for a Pokemon Consultant. It’s not going to be an easy as the job requirements clearly state that you need to have cleared all Pokemon games with 900 hours+ playtime, have an in-depth knowledge of the history of Pokemon, have a master ball ranking in Pokemon, and finally you need to have watched 500+ episodes of the Pokemon anime. Good luck to whoever secures the position!

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  2. There are several YouTubers who fit that category, but that first requirement is far too meticulous.

    What they’re asking for is a Pokeholic with no life or interest in anything else.

    1. Its not really THAT absurd. Youre talking 900 hours over the course of a 25 year franchise. Im pretty sure alot more people would qualify for that than you think.

      1. -Pokemon Red
        -Pokemon Snap
        -Pokemon Stadium
        -Hey You! Pikachu
        -Pokemon Stadium 2
        -Pokemon Pinball
        -Pokemon Channel
        -Pokemon Ruby
        -Pokemon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire
        -Pokemon Colosseum
        -Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness
        -Red Rescue Team
        -Pokemon Ranger:
        -Pokemon Diamond (2 Months)
        -Explorers of Time
        -Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia
        -Pokemon Rumble
        -Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs
        -PokePark Wii
        -Pokemon Black
        -Pokemon Dream World
        -PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond
        -Pokemon Conquest
        -Pokemon Rumble Blast
        -Gates to Infinity
        -Pokemon X
        -Pokemon Battle Trozei
        -Pokemon Shuffle
        -Pokemon Picross
        -Pokemon Rumble World
        -Pokemon Sun

        Am I overqualified?

    1. It honestly does. Its really sounds like its something like a “community manager” position. someone separate form the corporate or developer team who can give an unbiased opinion on the status of the games community and make recommendations on how to solve player base problems. Its essentially you’re “man on the inside”.

  3. Avery is a trash tier character on Pokemon shield. He is not an attractive girl. Him replacing Klara is unforgivable. I’m starting to see why some pokemon fans stopped at gen 5. Later gens have good waifus but gen 5 is top notch with girls like Iris, Lenora, Skyla, Bianca, Elesa, Roxie, Juniper, Fennel, Shauntal, and Caitlin. #KlaraIsBetterThanAvery

  4. Since I know a bunch of people who probably don’t know what they’re talking about are gonna post a bunch of nonsense on this I think ill clear it up. They’re seemingly looking for something like a community manager. A fan with a lot of knowledge on the franchise and its community(that why they need to be an “expert”) who can give recommendations on the game’s overall state from the perspective of a player as opposed to developers or corporate members(people whose actions and perspective who opinions could be affected by a technical or financial biased). Positions exist like this in every online game with a dedicated community(except Nintendo games because they’re terrible at online)

    TL;DR This is a good thing. You WANT people like this close to the developers, these are the people whose job it is to directly hear fans’ problems and have a DIRECT line to the people who can fix them, and I’m glad that for once an online Nintendo game may actually have something like this.

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