In Pokémon all fans know Professor Oak, an intelligent scientist whose job it is to take care of and protect the Pokémon. As a Pokémon researcher, Professor Oak certainly knows a lot about these animals. In addition to having an extensive knowledge of Pokémon, Professor Oak is also very good with both novice and professional trainers. He is available to help trainers find out or give information about the Pokémon they have. To sum up, Professor Oak’s character is a respectable good person.
But recently, there is a rather dark theory about this character that makes everyone shudder. The theory itself stems from debates among fans. One of the fans combined the initials of all the existing villain teams, namely Galactic, Rocket, Aqua, Magma, and Plasma. These initials then form the word GRAMP (grandfather). In the game, Professor Oak is also often called a boss or grandfather. Based on this, fans speculate that Professor Oak could be the villain who is behind all the crimes.
As we all know Professor Oak has the potential to be the strongest character in the entire Pokémon franchise. This is proven in many ways. First, Professor Oak often gives the trainers different items. Then through Pokedex, Oak can learn everything about Pokémon and their trainers. He is able to know who the trainer has faced, which Pokémon have trained and evolved…Through Pokegear and Xtranciever, Professor Oak not only knows about the trainer’s contact information, but also the location of the trainer. their accuracy.
If the Pokémon storage system works the same way it does in the anime, it means that Professor Oak has information about various Pokémon that the trainer himself doesn’t even know. Besides that, Professor Oak also knows information about almost all Pokémon thanks to his extensive network of acquaintances as fellow professors.
As Professor Oak’s student, Elm, is doing other research on evolution and Pokémon eggs. Or Professor Rowan is familiar with the evolution of Pokémon. Professor Juniper has expertise in the origins of Pokémon. If all of the Professor’s information is subsequently “accessed” by Oak, then it is clear that he is the one who knows everything about Pokémon. In theory, this makes Professor Oak hard to beat in a fight.
Professor Oak is also known to have influenced some powerful coaches. Thanks to his network of professors, he was able to get acquainted with many characters. For example, Professor Birch has a relationship with Head of Gym Norman and his children, Brendan and May. Professor Rowan has a connection to the champion, Cynthia. If Oak can “make good use of” all of this, getting whatever he wants isn’t impossible.
Professor Oak himself has quite a close connection to a number of famous people. His grandson is also one of the excellent coaches, Oak is also connected to Agatha from the Elite Four. Not to mention Professor Oak gave Pokedex to many trainers. This makes the coaches always have to be grateful and believe in Oak.
From these things, Professor Oak plays a very important role in the whole plot. So the fact that Oak is the final boss is not without foundation. If you pay attention, the villains often know a lot of important information but lose in a very silly way, maybe it really is part of Oak’s grand plan. It should be noted that each of these villainous teams has their own set of goals. All of the failures they experienced were part of Professor Oak’s calculation to conquer the world and master all Pokémon.
Reading this far, what do you think about this theory, the fact that Professor Oak is the villain and the final boss of all existing conspiracies will certainly be a shocking event in the Pokémon world. Let us know your thoughts on this matter so we can discuss.