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'''AmberShipping''' is the belief or support of [[Pokemon Advéntures]] characters {{adv|Gold}} and {{adv|Yellow}} in some type of romantic involvement. It's widely considered to be a "crack pairing" as there is little to no evidence, one reason being that the characters have spent very little time together. The name comes from the idea that both characters have amber colored eyes.
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'''AmberShipping''' is the belief or support of [[Pokémon Adventures]] characters {{adv|Gold}} and {{adv|Yellow}} in some type of romantic involvement. It's widely considered to be a "crack pairing" as there is little to no evidence, one reason being that the characters have spent very little time together. The name comes from the idea that both characters have amber colored eyes.
   
 
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Revision as of 12:20, 5 November 2009

370Luvdisc.png This article is about shipping.
As hints and evidence for ships are mostly speculation, this page may contain personal points of view.

AmberShipping is the belief or support of Pokémon Adventures characters Gold and Yellow in some type of romantic involvement. It's widely considered to be a "crack pairing" as there is little to no evidence, one reason being that the characters have spent very little time together. The name comes from the idea that both characters have amber colored eyes.

Hints

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

  • Seemingly the only real Shippy hint in the series: Yellow is put in a situation where she must remove her hat (for the Silver and Rainbow Wings in order to free Gold), this is where most characters discover she is a girl. Once Gold is freed, he tells her she was brave to take off her hat. She smiles and blushes at this comment.
  • After Gold reveals himself to be alive (where the other characters thought he had died), he hops down directly in front of Yellow (which seems to surprise her) and thanks her for helping release him. Some supporters of the ship believe he was about to hit on her (as was typical of him) before Crystal revealed her to be his "superior".

Emerald chapter

  • When Yellow claims that it's a pity that the ten Dex Holders can't meet under less threatening conditions and that this should be a joyous occasion, Gold tells her it is a joyous occasion and that she has also worked as hard as the others have.
  • When the ultimate attacks are failing to subdue the Kyogre replica, Gold is the first to point out that Yellow can help using her powers and the three electric pokemon (Pika, Chuchu, and Pich) against it.

Other hints and speculation

  • As Gold is very similar to Red in personality, fans of the pairing believe Yellow could come to like Gold given the chance. And the two characters seem similar in the sense that they both understand Pokémon very well: Gold having lived with them his whole life and Yellow having the ability to sense the feelings and thoughts of Pokémon.
  • Some also say Yellow's shy and kept to herself personality paralleled to Gold's impulsive, outgoing personality fit together well. In a type of "opposites attract", as well as some saying that one "completes" the other.

Trivia

  • AmberShipping is also the name used for the pairing of Butch and May.


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