History AndTheFandomRejoiced / PokemonBlackAndWhite

17th Apr '16 8:32:13 AM Berrenta
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'''''Black 2 and White 2'' [[AndTheFandomRejoiced/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 have their own page]].'''

* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more NPCRoadblock, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[ViewersAreGoldfish pausing every turn to remind you]].
** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse TMs broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokémon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.
** No Generation I-IV Pokémon prior to obtaining the National Dex. Which means '''no more [[GoddamnedBats Zubats, Tentacools, and Geodudes]]'''.
*** Although Woobat takes Zubat's place, it's much less of a [[GoddamnedBats Goddamned Bat]] than the above three were. Woobat tend to buff themselves or confuse the player's Pokémon, which means no harm, no foul if you simply run.
** There are 156 new Pokémon. That's more than have EVER been introduced at once in a generation.
** Tornadus of the Kami Trio is the very first pure Flying-Type.
** And there is now a fully-evolved pure Dragon, Haxorus (all previous fully-evolved and Legendary Dragons have been dual-types).
*** And a non-evolving pure Dragon-type with Druddigon.
*** As well as the first three-stage pure Ice-type line (Vanillite, Vannillish, Vanilluxe) and the first pure Steel-type evolutionary line (Klink, Klang, Klinklang).
** Only six [=HMs=] are in the game, including Dive for the first time since [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Hoenn]].
*** As a bonus, aside from an early instance of Cut, (which one could teach to a [[ComMons Patrat or Purrloin]], or the elemental monkey if you didn't intend to keep it beyond the first gym) none of them are needed to finish the main storyline. Meaning the only move slot you'll "need" to waste is that of a flying type for the Fly HM for convenience's sake.
** Vanillite, Vanillish, and Vanilluxe, [[RefugeInAudacity the ice cream Pokémon]], was enough to convince many on the fence to fall in love with this generation.
** Even the CopyProtection in the roms has this to some degree. Several people are hailing the lack of Experience as the new [[SelfImposedChallenge Nuzlocke Challenge]].
** The [[CriticalAnnoyance annoying beep that plays when the Pokémon's health is low]] was changed to an ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome remix]]'' that makes the beeping sound catchy. However, this does have the downside of negating whatever battle music is currently playing, which can get annoying if you consider it to be worse than the music it's overriding.
*** There was even more rejoicing when a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p2lgVjfJs0 remix]] of Blue Oak's theme from the original game was revealed.
** In the Pokémon League, when you fight the Elite Four. [[spoiler:Not only do you fight them, you also fight the Version Exclusive Legendary, Zekrom/Reshiram, the [[BigBad leader of Team Plasma, N]] and [[TheManBehindTheMan then his father, Ghetsis]]. You fight the champion after getting the National Dex]].
** Mewtwo finally gets its very own signature move, Psystrike.
** [[GameBreaker Stealth Rock]], the move that had reshaped the metagame in Gen IV, is no longer a TM.
** Most routes now have a NPC that will heal your Pokémon on the spot, negating the need to head all the way back to a Pokémon Center for healing. Previous generations only had occasional healing locations on longer routes.
** There are a lot of trainers who can be fought ''daily'' for experience besides the Elite Four. This makes it a lot easier to both train Pokémon and get money.
** The ''Gym Leaders'' actually DO SOMETHING about the evil syndicate instead of letting the hero do all the work, including arresting Team Plasma Members and assisting you in beating them. [[spoiler:Then in the endgame, they pull a BigDamnHeroes moment and perform a YouShallNotPass on the Seven Sages to let you go on ahead.]]
* Generation V (Black[=/=]White and Black 2/White 2 alike) also feature a welcome addition: box-to-box Pokémon trading in Local Wi-Fi play. That's right, nobody'll ever need to get out of the Wi-Fi Room and swap the Pogeys in his party with those in the PC anymore.

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'''''Black 2 and White 2'' [[AndTheFandomRejoiced/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 have their own page]].'''

* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more NPCRoadblock, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[ViewersAreGoldfish pausing every turn to remind you]].
** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse TMs broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokémon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.
** No Generation I-IV Pokémon prior to obtaining the National Dex. Which means '''no more [[GoddamnedBats Zubats, Tentacools, and Geodudes]]'''.
*** Although Woobat takes Zubat's place, it's much less of a [[GoddamnedBats Goddamned Bat]] than the above three were. Woobat tend to buff themselves or confuse the player's Pokémon, which means no harm, no foul if you simply run.
** There are 156 new Pokémon. That's more than have EVER been introduced at once in a generation.
** Tornadus of the Kami Trio is the very first pure Flying-Type.
** And there is now a fully-evolved pure Dragon, Haxorus (all previous fully-evolved and Legendary Dragons have been dual-types).
*** And a non-evolving pure Dragon-type with Druddigon.
*** As well as the first three-stage pure Ice-type line (Vanillite, Vannillish, Vanilluxe) and the first pure Steel-type evolutionary line (Klink, Klang, Klinklang).
** Only six [=HMs=] are in the game, including Dive for the first time since [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Hoenn]].
*** As a bonus, aside from an early instance of Cut, (which one could teach to a [[ComMons Patrat or Purrloin]], or the elemental monkey if you didn't intend to keep it beyond the first gym) none of them are needed to finish the main storyline. Meaning the only move slot you'll "need" to waste is that of a flying type for the Fly HM for convenience's sake.
** Vanillite, Vanillish, and Vanilluxe, [[RefugeInAudacity the ice cream Pokémon]], was enough to convince many on the fence to fall in love with this generation.
** Even the CopyProtection in the roms has this to some degree. Several people are hailing the lack of Experience as the new [[SelfImposedChallenge Nuzlocke Challenge]].
** The [[CriticalAnnoyance annoying beep that plays when the Pokémon's health is low]] was changed to an ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome remix]]'' that makes the beeping sound catchy. However, this does have the downside of negating whatever battle music is currently playing, which can get annoying if you consider it to be worse than the music it's overriding.
*** There was even more rejoicing when a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p2lgVjfJs0 remix]] of Blue Oak's theme from the original game was revealed.
** In the Pokémon League, when you fight the Elite Four. [[spoiler:Not only do you fight them, you also fight the Version Exclusive Legendary, Zekrom/Reshiram, the [[BigBad leader of Team Plasma, N]] and [[TheManBehindTheMan then his father, Ghetsis]]. You fight the champion after getting the National Dex]].
** Mewtwo finally gets its very own signature move, Psystrike.
** [[GameBreaker Stealth Rock]], the move that had reshaped the metagame in Gen IV, is no longer a TM.
** Most routes now have a NPC that will heal your Pokémon on the spot, negating the need to head all the way back to a Pokémon Center for healing. Previous generations only had occasional healing locations on longer routes.
** There are a lot of trainers who can be fought ''daily'' for experience besides the Elite Four. This makes it a lot easier to both train Pokémon and get money.
** The ''Gym Leaders'' actually DO SOMETHING about the evil syndicate instead of letting the hero do all the work, including arresting Team Plasma Members and assisting you in beating them. [[spoiler:Then in the endgame, they pull a BigDamnHeroes moment and perform a YouShallNotPass on the Seven Sages to let you go on ahead.]]
* Generation V (Black[=/=]White and Black 2/White 2 alike) also feature a welcome addition: box-to-box Pokémon trading in Local Wi-Fi play. That's right, nobody'll ever need to get out of the Wi-Fi Room and swap the Pogeys in his party with those in the PC anymore.
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17th Apr '16 8:27:20 AM Berrenta
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* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more NPCRoadblock, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[GetOnWithItAlready pausing every turn]] [[ViewersAreGoldfish to remind you]].
** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse [=TMs=] broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokémon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.

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* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more NPCRoadblock, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[GetOnWithItAlready pausing every turn]] [[ViewersAreGoldfish pausing every turn to remind you]].
** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse [=TMs=] TMs broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokémon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.
24th Aug '13 2:48:50 AM WolfThunder
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27th May '13 7:34:42 PM bwburke94
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'''''Black 2 and White 2'' [[AndTheFandomRejoiced/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 have their own page]].'''



** In the Pokémon league, when you fight the Elite Four. [[spoiler:Not only do you fight them, you also fight the Version Exclusive Legendary, Zekrom/Reshiram, the [[BigBad leader of Team Plasma, N]] and [[TheManBehindTheMan then his father, Ghetsis]]. You fight the champion after getting the National Dex]].
** [[{{Badass}} Mewtwo]] finally gets its very own [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Psycho_Break_%28move%29 signature move]].
*** Not to mention that the name of the move in Korean is PSYCHOBREAK.
** [[GameBreaker Stealth Rock]], the [[SarcasmMode rare move]] that had reshaped the metagame in Gen IV, is no longer a TM.

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** In the Pokémon league, League, when you fight the Elite Four. [[spoiler:Not only do you fight them, you also fight the Version Exclusive Legendary, Zekrom/Reshiram, the [[BigBad leader of Team Plasma, N]] and [[TheManBehindTheMan then his father, Ghetsis]]. You fight the champion after getting the National Dex]].
** [[{{Badass}} Mewtwo]] Mewtwo finally gets its very own [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Psycho_Break_%28move%29 signature move]].
*** Not to mention that the name of the move in Korean is PSYCHOBREAK.
move, Psystrike.
** [[GameBreaker Stealth Rock]], the [[SarcasmMode rare move]] move that had reshaped the metagame in Gen IV, is no longer a TM.



** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.
20th Apr '13 3:59:43 PM cavenglok
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*** Not to mention that the name of the move in Korean is PSYCHOBREAK.
8th Nov '12 12:43:28 AM Antwan
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* Generation V (Black[=/=]White and [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black 2/White 2]] alike) also feature a welcome addition: box-to-box Pokémon trading in Local Wi-Fi play. That's right, nobody'll ever need to get out of the Wi-Fi Room and swap the Pogeys in his party with those in the PC anymore.

to:

* Generation V (Black[=/=]White and [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black 2/White 2]] 2 alike) also feature a welcome addition: box-to-box Pokémon trading in Local Wi-Fi play. That's right, nobody'll ever need to get out of the Wi-Fi Room and swap the Pogeys in his party with those in the PC anymore.
24th Oct '12 2:36:06 PM AlexSora89
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** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.

to:

** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.NintendoDS.
* Generation V (Black[=/=]White and [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black 2/White 2]] alike) also feature a welcome addition: box-to-box Pokémon trading in Local Wi-Fi play. That's right, nobody'll ever need to get out of the Wi-Fi Room and swap the Pogeys in his party with those in the PC anymore.
16th Oct '12 10:26:35 PM mlsmithca
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* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more DroneJam, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[GetOnWithItAlready pausing every turn]] [[ViewersAreGoldfish to remind you]].

to:

* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more DroneJam, NPCRoadblock, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[GetOnWithItAlready pausing every turn]] [[ViewersAreGoldfish to remind you]].
7th Sep '12 6:56:47 AM Antwan
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** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse [=TMs=] broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokemon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.

to:

** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse [=TMs=] broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokemon Pokémon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.



*** Although Woobat takes Zubat's place, it's much less of a [[GoddamnedBats Goddamned Bat]] than the above three were. Woobat tend to buff themselves or confuse the player's Pokemon, which means no harm, no foul if you simply run.

to:

*** Although Woobat takes Zubat's place, it's much less of a [[GoddamnedBats Goddamned Bat]] than the above three were. Woobat tend to buff themselves or confuse the player's Pokemon, Pokémon, which means no harm, no foul if you simply run.



** The [[CriticalAnnoyance annoying beep that plays when the Pokemon's health is low]] was changed to an ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome remix]]'' that makes the beeping sound catchy. However, this does have the downside of negating whatever battle music is currently playing, which can get annoying if you consider it to be worse than the music it's overriding.

to:

** The [[CriticalAnnoyance annoying beep that plays when the Pokemon's Pokémon's health is low]] was changed to an ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome remix]]'' that makes the beeping sound catchy. However, this does have the downside of negating whatever battle music is currently playing, which can get annoying if you consider it to be worse than the music it's overriding.



** Most routes now have a NPC that will heal your Pokemon on the spot, negating the need to head all the way back to a Pokemon Center for healing. Previous generations only had occasional healing locations on longer routes.
** There are a lot of trainers who can be fought ''daily'' for experience besides the Elite Four. This makes it a lot easier to both train Pokemon and get money.

to:

** Most routes now have a NPC that will heal your Pokemon Pokémon on the spot, negating the need to head all the way back to a Pokemon Pokémon Center for healing. Previous generations only had occasional healing locations on longer routes.
** There are a lot of trainers who can be fought ''daily'' for experience besides the Elite Four. This makes it a lot easier to both train Pokemon Pokémon and get money.



** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.

to:

** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.
31st May '12 11:29:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Older protagonists, the female [=PC=]'s design, the first female professor, triple battles, two rivals (three if you count N), ''idle animations'', online random matches, portrait cutscenes ''with moving lips'', no more DroneJam, and specifying the weather on the bottom screen instead of [[GetOnWithItAlready pausing every turn]] [[ViewersAreGoldfish to remind you]].
** In the old days, [[TooAwesomeToUse [=TMs=] broke after one use]]. Not anymore! This allows the creators to introduce (in some cases, such as Rock Smash, re-introduce) the more "useless" [=HMs as TMs=], which means that Pokemon can finally just forget them if necessary without the player having to look for someone to make them forget the attack. On the other hand, [=TMs=] were made more expensive in order to counterbalance this.
** No Generation I-IV Pokémon prior to obtaining the National Dex. Which means '''no more [[GoddamnedBats Zubats, Tentacools, and Geodudes]]'''.
*** Although Woobat takes Zubat's place, it's much less of a [[GoddamnedBats Goddamned Bat]] than the above three were. Woobat tend to buff themselves or confuse the player's Pokemon, which means no harm, no foul if you simply run.
** There are 156 new Pokémon. That's more than have EVER been introduced at once in a generation.
** Tornadus of the Kami Trio is the very first pure Flying-Type.
** And there is now a fully-evolved pure Dragon, Haxorus (all previous fully-evolved and Legendary Dragons have been dual-types).
*** And a non-evolving pure Dragon-type with Druddigon.
*** As well as the first three-stage pure Ice-type line (Vanillite, Vannillish, Vanilluxe) and the first pure Steel-type evolutionary line (Klink, Klang, Klinklang).
** Only six [=HMs=] are in the game, including Dive for the first time since [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Hoenn]].
*** As a bonus, aside from an early instance of Cut, (which one could teach to a [[ComMons Patrat or Purrloin]], or the elemental monkey if you didn't intend to keep it beyond the first gym) none of them are needed to finish the main storyline. Meaning the only move slot you'll "need" to waste is that of a flying type for the Fly HM for convenience's sake.
** Vanillite, Vanillish, and Vanilluxe, [[RefugeInAudacity the ice cream Pokémon]], was enough to convince many on the fence to fall in love with this generation.
** Even the CopyProtection in the roms has this to some degree. Several people are hailing the lack of Experience as the new [[SelfImposedChallenge Nuzlocke Challenge]].
** The [[CriticalAnnoyance annoying beep that plays when the Pokemon's health is low]] was changed to an ''[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic awesome remix]]'' that makes the beeping sound catchy. However, this does have the downside of negating whatever battle music is currently playing, which can get annoying if you consider it to be worse than the music it's overriding.
*** There was even more rejoicing when a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p2lgVjfJs0 remix]] of Blue Oak's theme from the original game was revealed.
** In the Pokémon league, when you fight the Elite Four. [[spoiler:Not only do you fight them, you also fight the Version Exclusive Legendary, Zekrom/Reshiram, the [[BigBad leader of Team Plasma, N]] and [[TheManBehindTheMan then his father, Ghetsis]]. You fight the champion after getting the National Dex]].
** [[{{Badass}} Mewtwo]] finally gets its very own [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Psycho_Break_%28move%29 signature move]].
** [[GameBreaker Stealth Rock]], the [[SarcasmMode rare move]] that had reshaped the metagame in Gen IV, is no longer a TM.
** Most routes now have a NPC that will heal your Pokemon on the spot, negating the need to head all the way back to a Pokemon Center for healing. Previous generations only had occasional healing locations on longer routes.
** There are a lot of trainers who can be fought ''daily'' for experience besides the Elite Four. This makes it a lot easier to both train Pokemon and get money.
** The ''Gym Leaders'' actually DO SOMETHING about the evil syndicate instead of letting the hero do all the work, including arresting Team Plasma Members and assisting you in beating them. [[spoiler:Then in the endgame, they pull a BigDamnHeroes moment and perform a YouShallNotPass on the Seven Sages to let you go on ahead.]]
** Not a Gray version, but it appears that [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 sequel games]] to Black/White have been confirmed for the NintendoDS.
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