Can Pokemon kill you if they existed in real life?
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And without further adieu, here's my statement:
Pokemon can of course kill a human being. If a Pikachu used Thunderbolt, you'd be electrocuted and die. If you can prove some way that humans can survive Pokemon, come at me!
Pikachu's thunderbolt won't kill you.
Most people struck by lightening bolts survived and the skill 100 thousand volt won't kill you because there are tasers more than 100 thousand volts which does not kill
Also, did you think I was only referring to Pikachu's Thunderbolt? How would a person survive a Fire Blast? A Heavy Slam from a Steelix? An Ice Beam? Thousand Arrows? Primal Groudon's Desolate Land ability?
I'm only saying a FEW attacks pokemon can use. There are thousands of attacks, as well as a few abilities that change the weather.
How would a person survive these attacks?
Pokemon with deadly attack like Magcargo, cannot exist on earth at all because it is 1.77 times hotter than the surface of our sun. Changing weathers like drought and snow warning cannot directly kill you.
But pokemon like Lukario and other fighting pokemons can "beat you to death" but human can do it to
You started off VERY POOR. You said "The US officially announced that 9 to 10 percent of the people struck by lightening died". I asked you to prove the opposite! This proves that a Pikachu can use Thunderbolt to kill a human being. And there is a thing as being electrocuted to death, just to clarify.
"Pokemon with deadly attack like Magcargo, cannot exist on earth" I thought this was a theoretical circumstance; of course many pokemon break common sense! This doesn't mean they can't exist in a video game or television show, in which they have fatal attacks. "because Magarco is 1.77 times hotter than the surface of our sun" Just touching this thing would ignite us. (Remember, this is a theoretical circumstance: IF pokemon existed.) Just so you know, "Pokemon" means "Pocket Monsters". Monsters' designs shouldn't be expected to follow reality, but on the contrary, they are expected to be unique, and disobey physics.
"Changing weathers like drought and snow warning cannot directly kill you" I guess you haven't heard of Primal Groudon's 'Desolate Land' ability, which is new to Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Desolate Land creates Intense Heat, which will dehydrate people in a few weeks, not to mention it could make a wild fire! Primal Kyogre has Primordial Sea, which can cause flooding in days, not to mention the impact it could cause on roofs, breaking them causing the house to fill up with water.
Lucario can indeed "beat you to death", as you say. In fact, with a High Jump Kick, it can crack your spine, which is quite fatal. A human can do this too, but, as you've said, Lucario is also capable of doing that. That proves that pokemon CAN INDEED kill you.
My opponent (hopefully accidentally) helped my case which is pokemon are capable of killing a human being. If Con can tell us, perhaps, a method of defense against a pokemon invasion, try! (Except I have a counter for every method)
Let's see how you'll respond.
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I extend my arguments through this round. Good game, and vote Pro!
[If you think pokemon aren't able to kill a human being, challenge me to a debate of that.]
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