Someone tell me if I’m wrong. Among the large number of products derived from Pokémon, there is still no Pokeball. This should be a no-brainer. How can any Pokémon collector and trainer do their thing without a Pokeball? It just makes sense to have one; one that you can throw without breaking things you might add.
The problem with a Pokeball is that you need a Pokémon to live in it, and it would be great to toss your Pokeball and give a stuffed jump. Unfortunately, even in our high-tech age, these things are still very low-tech and would consist of a surprise box contraption with a spring and a teddy bear that falls off. I doubt it is popular.
I’m not sure how that aspect of the Pokeball could be fixed, but among all the people who work with Nintendo, I know that there is enough imagination to come up with something. The simple solution I have is this: turn the Pokeball collection into a kind of Pokémon card game. That is, inside the Pokeball, you have 6 to 12 layers of images of different Pokémon of different strength. Make sure each Pokeball is randomly made so that they are all unique. Each time the Pokeballs are thrown, the image changes and the battle is won or lost with the strength of the Pokémon that appear. It’s not the best idea in the world, I know, but I’m telling you that I truly believe that kids are secretly clamoring for a Pokeball and that they would be a huge hit on the market.
Speaking of the market, inside the Pokeball you could start adding Pokemon Black and White monsters, because Pokemon Black and White is what is really popular right now. My son has black and white Pokemon stuffed toys (stuffed toys) and he loves them so much that he even sleeps with them. He is also a maniac of the Pokémon Black and White Card Game and collects the new Black and White cards whenever he can. He also has a black and white Pokemon Zuken figure, but prefers soft stuffed animals.
Speaking of soft, and back to Pokeballs, I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I made my son a pseudo Pokeball that is like a dye, but has softer edges. I sewed different Pokémon faces on each side, and now he can play a dice game with something that’s’ kind of like a Pokeball. If any of you kids are reading this, order a Pokeball from Nintendo. If you are a parent and want to be a hero, you can too.