>>42532379>How do ralts line pokemon live together in the wild? What is their hierarchy? How would a gallade fit into it?
The Ralts are solitary, and other than mother/child pairs prefer to live far away from one another. They mostly interact with other Pokemon as a communal mediator, while staying on the lookout for human trainers. >A lot of people say raising a ralts would be very similar to raising a human child, but in what ways is it different?
Ralts are similar to human children in playfulness and emotional needs, but are quite a bit smarter than human children- roughly as intelligent as an adolescent or teen. Because or their resemblance to human babies, humans will tend to baby them.>If a trainer dropped their gardevoir's pokeball, what would happen to them? Would the gardevoir be able to break out? How would they find their trainer again?
Most Pokemon seem to be able to exit their balls at will in the anime, so I'd imagine a Gardevoir could bust out of their ball if lost. They can probably "sense" their trainer's presence or traces of it like a compass, giving them some direction until they find them again.>What happens to a gardevoir if they are isolated from people and emotions?
Do you mean what would happen if a Ralts were raised in captivity without being exposed to any contact? I'd imagine they'd be erratic and confused; it'd be like living your whole life in the dark. If they still recieved communication, like via video, then I imagine they'd also try to mentally attach emotions to those images.
If you then exposed them to human contact, they'd be even more confused and disoriented as they felt the first emotions from someone else. They might become overwhelmed by the emotions of the other person and become hysterical.