ByJay Ricciardi, writer at Creators.co
Senior Editor of Now Loading. I like good games, good beer, and long walks up treacherous mountains shrouded in sinister, whispering fog.
Jay Ricciardi

It was only a matter of time, I suppose.

At the time of this writing, these are the only brave souls I could find so far that have stepped up into tattoo shops and decided to permanently pledge their allegiance to their Pokemon Go teams. Let's check 'em out.

Team Mystic Tattoos

Via: u/wtyc
Via: u/wtyc
Via: u/fr4gnetic - Artist: Alexandra Rae Kopie
Via: u/fr4gnetic - Artist: Alexandra Rae Kopie
Via: u/Solieus - Artist: Justin Young from Belleville, ON Canada
Via: u/Solieus - Artist: Justin Young from Belleville, ON Canada

Team Valor Tattoos

Rob Wilson - Artist: Mineka "@tattedbeauty_5" on Instagram
Rob Wilson - Artist: Mineka "@tattedbeauty_5" on Instagram

This Team Valor tattoo comes in from Third Eye Body Art's Rob Wilson in Mesa, AZ.

"Y'all out here playing Pokemon Go like its a game, but homie, this is real life. Team Valor all day, everyday."
Via: u/EpicSausage69's friend's covered tattoo
Via: u/EpicSausage69's friend's covered tattoo

Team Instinct Tattoo (well, along with the other two)

Via: u/LeagueJontur
Via: u/LeagueJontur

Team Instinct is the smallest team of the three, so it makes sense that no one has quite taken the plunge to fully dedicate to a Instinct-only tattoo yet. Maybe that will change soon?

Regardless of what you think of these tattoos, or tattoos in general, you've got to admire these trainers' Pokemon-dedication. Pokemon tattoos aren't exactly new, with the franchise being around for so many years - and there are some pretty excellent gaming tattoos out there. Actually, one user here recently shared his 50+ hour Nintendo sleeve!

Poll

What kind of video game tattoo would you get?