My cousin, who lives on the other side of the country, expressed a passing interest in a Rocket shirt (my League is called Rocket League). So I dumped a bunch of information on him about Leagues. Then he said he's not good at strategy, and I directed him to the POP site, and here, to get started. I will slowly corrupt all of my family members to be Pokemon players like us! Just with my-generation cousins, not including me, that's 8 people. Their spouses make it 12, and if significant others count, 13 that I know of. Not to mention one of my cousins has a very young child (15 months old?) and is going to have another by C-section on the 2nd of June. I solemnly swear that these two young ones shall be raised with at least a little Pokemon influence. Maybe I can get them to play when they're old enough to understand. So, five? Six? What're your experiences with teaching the really young kids how to play Pokemon? Do you show off the cute, adorable, but ultimately, generally weaker ones? Or go for strategy at an early age so they pick it up more slowly, but more completely, but may have less fun playing?