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Many children from the 90s are familiar with both Digimon and Pokmon because they grew up with knowing what they are Pokmon started as a video game and then later became a television show Pokmon are pretty much monsters that look a lot like animals but have elemental powers as well powers like the ability to control electricity water fire and others like that Digimon like Pokmon started out as a game and turned into a television show Digimon are nothing like this though they are digital monsters In other words they were originally created on a computer and can take many different forms Some Digimon look like animals while others look like they just hopped straight out of a fantasy book Even though Pokmon and Digimon seem similar they are very different for example the way they change shape through evolution the worlds they originate from is very different from the real world and the ways these creatures are tamed When Pokmon change their forms its known as evolving When Pokmon evolve they change their shape but its not like a cat evolving into a dog or anything that drastic When this happens the Pokmon thats evolving is most likely going to evolve into something that looks similar to it When a Pokmon evolves its like aging in humans only instead of gradually aging it happens all at once its like going from kid to adult all at once However Pokmon can only change their shape once or twice But how does evolving work Well there are many different ways for a Pokmon to evolve The most common way is to level a Pokmon until it reaches the level where it can evolve Another way is to you special items such as elemental stones or evolutionary items The stones and the evolutionary items wont affect every Pokmon just
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