Don't like the ? Users with s will only see on the Main and have more options than anonymous users. Caroline is the wife of Norman and the mother of May and Max. Caroline is a middle-aged woman with brown hair that is styled zigzag two pigtails, lavender eyes and light pink lipstick. She wears a yellow sleeveless shirt with a white stripe covering her shoulders. She also wears a brown sash around her belly, an orange skirt, white high-heeled sandals and a pair of violet spherical earrings.
Yet somehow the two are supposedly happily in love. Instead, May just picks up a menagerie. When it comes to May and Norman, though, this daughter doesn't really stick to her father's normal-type.
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When he was planning a romantic event for their anniversary, he ghosted her so much that she was sure he was stepping out on her. Though none of her other Pokemon were interested in them, Munchlax adored them. Ash almost always gets himself into hijinks, one way or another. He shows up to nag and annoy Ash at the perfect times to encourage him to become a better trainer. For that simple reason alone, May was happy to accept Muchlax and call him her own. Though he's not the best choice, at least they learned a lot throughout their adventures.
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However, video game May and anime May have very different backstories. The Eeevee spent even longer not evolving. Worse, it doesn't matter if it's a stranger or his own family.
May simply wants the excuse to travel the Pokemon may mom. May's Eevee, conversely, spent 7 episodes in it's egg. One of them was inedible, and the other only made her Munchlax happy. With her vaguely Arabian style, May does neither. Even Catherine, his own wife, gets the awkward silent treatment from him. However, May chooses Ash as her mentor.
Though May is there to keep an eye out for him, letting him come along is a bizarre idea. Even though Munchlax eventually became one of May's most beloved partners, her reasoning for keeping him was fairly weak. Togepi felt like it spent a long while in an egg, but it was only there for 4 episodes.
Considering how much he annoys her and their different life goals, it floated in a weird space for way too long. She has a lot to learn all on her own, without a kid brother to take care of. With some name and personality overlap, May's origin stories should have matched up a little more.
May's in particular though is extra weird. Not really, at least. Throughout two whole regions, May and Max travel with Ash. For someone who traveled so far and encountered so many creatures, it's absurd that Wurmple is the only one she caught.
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However, the show hasn't made any indications that, despite now years of practice, she hasn't gotten any better. In our world, Max would have barely started first grade before he left his family on a weird, wild adventure with a stranger. Despite being the leader for the normal-type gym, he's mysterious, secretive, and a bit stand-offish.
However, she is the daughter of a gym leader and a kind person. By the time Dawn is the main heroine and she shows up as a rival coordinator, though, her outfit is much different. Whenever May gets hungry, she's hangry. In other situations, they've spit water at her and avoided her presence.
He treats them all that way. Brock naturally took to them because he's a great chef, but May even tried to create a few unique flavors of her own. It's a boggling choice. Anime May takes the player's backstory, with Norman as her dad and a sweet mom who supports her dreams.
Not only does the series include video games, toys, and manga, but also anime. At most, this shows how absent Norman can be. They didn't evolve until after May left Ash and it became a Glaceon. Harley records this story, trying to embarrass May and throw her off her game.
While there, they met up with Professor Oak, the most memed Poke-scientist ever. One of her most bizarre traits, though, is her love of food. Initially, her efforts were poor. In-game, though, she is Pokemon may mom daughter of Professor Birch and she follows you around the map, learning about Pokemon and being your rival. Three other strong coordinators keep her on her toes: Solidad, Harley, and Drew.
At best, though, the story is goofy and reflects poorly on her mom's eyesight, not on May. Furthermore, she has definitely done more embarrassing things throughout her adventure with Ash, so it's a pretty silly statement. These three rivals have some interesting coincidences between them, though. Though she's normally pretty level-headed, hunger sends her to another head-space entirely. Throughout that time she grew as a character and became a strong hero in her own right. When May met his Pokemon, his Squirtle took an immediate liking to her. Not only was she squeamish, but she didn't want to have a life with them.
She's already young an inexperienced enough. It's especially strange since she caught him so early in her journey. Ash and company didn't stay there forever, though, and when they left Squirtle wanted to come with them. The fact Mudkips don't like her so much is part-way hilarious, part-way ludicrous.
Otherwise, though, her parents confusing her for an actual creature doesn't help their case. Unlike other regions, this is the first time a rival is the same name as the Pokemon companion in the anime. She may not be Pokemon may mom, but she's cute, strong, and independent. Despite not being the main hero, May has some rivals of her own.
She'd just be dragging unwanted, unloved creatures along in her grand travelling adventure. The daughter of a gym leader, May was expected to be a great trainer, but she wanted to forge her own path. Though he's a decent kid and cares about his creature friends a lot, he still has a lot to learn. However, not everything about May is as great as some fans say. Along the way, Ash has ed forces with a ton of other bright, young trainers. The pair have moments that seem more romantic, others that are sibling-like, and others of a mentor and mentee. Maybe a love for trying new food would fit a travel-loving girl, but her food-rage definitely could cause some trouble on long hikes.
One of May's most humiliating moments as was when her mother mistook her swimming in a blue cap for a Tentacool. They never get very much love. While the first dozen or so episodes move along, they are a confusing pair to watch. For instance, both Harley and Drew have the same green and purple color palette.
At least her Munchlax enjoys her creations. Or, perhaps, a better for it is rage. That's basic parenting. Along with the moves, though, come the outfits. Unfortunately, though, something between Mudkips and May just don't mesh. Each coordinator has a unique look and style to their displays.
May's first big decisions in her adventures with Ash are to leave her family to him and bring her little brother along. After that? Some of May's strongest events used abilities that dazzled instead of worked functionally. Ultimately, May left her small town to see the world with Ash, and even traveled to Kanto with him, as well. Most of the time, outfits reflect personality or heritage. One time, Max tells a story about their mom mistaking May for a Tentacool and trying to catch her. The second Ash swings into Petalburg, she's eager to leave. With three completely different personalities, their similarities are a bit weird.
Whether it's the video game or the anime, Norman is a weird dude of a gym leader. However, she wins anyway, even though she says she's never been more embarrassed.