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|Pokemon the Abridged Series|
Feb 2008 - Present
Pokemon The Abridged Series (Also known as PTAS) is the title of MasterWGS's abridged series based on the Pokemon anime. Like many abridged series, PTAS takes the personalities of each character to their extremes and conveys the original plot, showing the ridiculous oversight of many characters within each episode. Unlike the Pokemon games and show, most of the Pokemon in this abridged series can speak English, although the trainers still don't understand them.
Pokemon The Abridged Series was created by Master WGS in February of 2008. The pilot episode "More than a Game" was intentionally a cliffhanger ending, stating that Ash could have possibly died if reception was negative; the episode would have been the end of the series, as there would be no need to actually tie up any loose ends. With reception being positive, the next three episodes were posted onto his Youtube Channel, all within one week of one another. With pressure from his fans to use different voice talent, WGS enlisted Dark Bomber Kid, Xerostyle, ModernTenshi04, Chippy, and MegaKnight to work on the fifth episode of the series. After the creation of Episode 5, the group (excluding MegaKnight) worked together and formed PokemonAbridgedFTW, which produced additional things for the series (Episode 9: Charman-dizzle and the Pikachump was a joke episode).
- Master WGS - Ash Ketchem, Misty
- DarkBomberKid - Brock
- Episode 5 - MegaKnight
- Episode 13 - Takahata101
- Episode 14 - 1KidsEntertainment, LordQuadros, TehExorcist, CountAbyss, BossTrigger, PirateBeck, decimator71, CanadianJutsu, AngelElric
- Episode 17 - CountAbyss, KaiserNeko, LordMoonstone
- Episode 18 - LittleKuriboh, Deathsythehello (Guest writer: Deathscythehello)
- Episode 19 - AngelElric, FlyingBandicoot, Touketsu
- Episode 21 - Damaru12, Armago24X
- Episode 22 - Shazmybot
- Episode 23 - FalconFlyer69, Megami33, ChadVision
- Episode 24 - SMYN Youko, Charmy, Rhoran (Guest writers: Roooster and Whorenut)
- Episode 25 - AtticustheAbridged, LordMoonstone
List of CharactersEdit
Ash is an average boy with serious family problems. His mother, the drug-addled Deliah Ketchem, and no sign of a father, Ash, at the ripe old age of 10, decides to leave for his dreams of being a Pokemon Master. Constantly the butt of the joke, Ash has trouble being socially acceptable, and even his pokemon constantly ridicule him.
The youngest sister of the "Sextabulous Cerulean Sisters" Misty is the Gym Leader of Cerulean City. Generally mean, screaming, and just an all around bitch, Misty is the only female on the team. As such, she is generally regarded as whiny, and ends up just fighting with Ash a majority of the time. She uses water Pokemon (or Pokemon found "around" water, such as an Oddish).
As the Gym Leader of Pewter City, Brock uses mostly rock type Pokemon. His father, having constantly abusing his many children sexually (including Brock), left the family to sell rocks and sound like the merchant from Resident Evil 4. His constant sexual abuse made Brock wish he were a woman named Lisa, and explains the reason he carries an apron and can cook. After Ash threatens to let the world know of his fixation with wanting to be a woman, Brock is reunited with his father. Brock decided it was better to leave his father with the other kids and the gym, and to travel with Ash rather than staying with his father.
- Main article: List of Ash's Pokemon
The notorious trio of Team Rocket are thieves that suck at their job. Jessie states that they used to be pedophiles, but are not anymore and James says that he used to take interpretive dance in high school.
List of EpisodesEdit
|PTAS Episode 1: More Than a Game||February 2008|
|PTAS Episode 2: Terror Alert Viridian!||2008|
|PTAS Episode 3: The Birds and the Bugs||2008|
|PTAS Episode 4: Ash is Assaulted!||2008|
|PTAS Episode 5: Daddy Issues||2008|
|PTAS Episode 6: Mission Abolitionism!||2008|
|PTAS Episode 7: Wet and Wild||2008|
|PTAS Episode 8: Disturbing the Green Peace||September, 2008|
|PTAS Episode 9: Charman-Dizzle and the Pika-Chump||December, 2008|
|PTAS Episode 10: The Flame War Cometh||December, 2008|
|PTAS Episode 11: Squirtle!? Can Ya Dig It!?||Jan 23rd, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 12: Dungeons and Dragonites||Feb 11th, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 13: Thunderdome 2-Electric Boogaloo||Jun 6th, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 14: Not Another Titanic Movie||July 17th, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 15: A LOST Cause (2 part on youtube, full on itunes)||Oct 11th, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 16: Beach Blues||Dec 22nd, 2009|
|PTAS Episode 17: Nastina's Paradise Ruined||Jan 31st, 2010|
|PTAS Episode 18: Ghost of Maiden's Peak||May 19th, 2010|
|PTAS Episode 19: Oh, How the Mighty Have Fallen||Jul 27th, 2010|
|PTAS Episode 20: Psychic Pshowdown||Sept 6th, 2010|
|PTAS Episode 21: Swayze||Jan 29th, 2011|
|PTAS Episode 22: Mankey Business||May 19th, 2011|
|PTAS Episode 23: She Who Smelt It.........||Dec 11th, 2011|
|PTAS Episode 24: The Sleepy Time Caper||Mar 4th, 2012|
|PTAS Episode 25: Time Police||Jun 2nd, 2012|