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28th Nov '15 10:07:20 PM mlsmithca
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': The battle against [[spoiler:Primal Dialga]] and the preceding cutscenes in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness]]'' were epic win. No arguments. * In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers PMD2]]'', [[spoiler:battles with Dusknoir seem to be magnets for Awesome Moments.... that is, if you're not busy having a HeroicBSOD from the plot developments.]] [[EnhancedRemake Explorers of Sky]] adds to this with the final secret mission. [[spoiler:[[FutureBadass Grovyle]], [[HeelFaceTurn Dusknoir]], and [[{{Tsundere}} Celebi]] versus Primal Dialga as they all slowly disappear due to the timestream repairing itself. It ends with all of them being revived by [[{{God}} Arceus]] and getting to see the first sunrise of their lives. A perfect end to Grovyle's story.]]
28th Nov '15 4:27:04 PM Griff4
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': ** The battle against [[spoiler:Primal Dialga]] and the preceding cutscenes in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness]]'' were epic win. No arguments. * In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers PMD2]]'', [[spoiler:battles with Dusknoir seem to be magnets for Awesome Moments.... that is, if you're not busy having a HeroicBSOD from the plot developments.]] [[EnhancedRemake Explorers of Sky]] adds to this with the final secret mission. [[spoiler:[[FutureBadass Grovyle]], [[HeelFaceTurn Dusknoir]], and [[{{Tsundere}} Celebi]] versus Primal Dialga as they all slowly disappear due to the timestream repairing itself. It ends with all of them being revived by [[{{God}} Arceus]] and getting to see the first sunrise of their lives. A perfect end to Grovyle's story.]] ** ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'': *** The final boss is not a member of the Tao trio, or any of the Generation V Pokemon. It is [[EldritchAbomination the manifestation of all the hate, distrust, and despair of Pokemon the world over]], it can choke a Pokemon to death ''just by being in its presence'', and its attacks go [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm unnamed.]] The battle opens with you not being able to damage it at all, and afterward is when it really unfolds. And the second phase comes accompanied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGohnLbLz4A an absolutely phenomenal battle theme]]. And you proceed to beat it BY YOURSELF. *** Another one is when you and your partner have been separated by [[TheBrute Toxicroak]] as he is pursuing you. When he corners you, you have to fight him ALONE, for the first time in the entire goddamn series.
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': ** The battle against [[spoiler:Primal Dialga]] and the preceding cutscenes in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness]]'' were epic win. No arguments. * In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers PMD2]]'', [[spoiler:battles with Dusknoir seem to be magnets for Awesome Moments.... that is, if you're not busy having a HeroicBSOD from the plot developments.]] [[EnhancedRemake Explorers of Sky]] adds to this with the final secret mission. [[spoiler:[[FutureBadass Grovyle]], [[HeelFaceTurn Dusknoir]], and [[{{Tsundere}} Celebi]] versus Primal Dialga as they all slowly disappear due to the timestream repairing itself. It ends with all of them being revived by [[{{God}} Arceus]] and getting to see the first sunrise of their lives. A perfect end to Grovyle's story.]] ** ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'': *** ** The final boss is not a member of the Tao trio, or any of the Generation V Pokemon. It is [[EldritchAbomination the manifestation of all the hate, distrust, and despair of Pokemon the world over]], it can choke a Pokemon to death ''just by being in its presence'', and its attacks go [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm unnamed.]] The battle opens with you not being able to damage it at all, and afterward is when it really unfolds. And the second phase comes accompanied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGohnLbLz4A an absolutely phenomenal battle theme]]. And you proceed to beat it BY YOURSELF. *** ** Another one is when you and your partner have been separated by [[TheBrute Toxicroak]] as he is pursuing you. When he corners you, you have to fight him ALONE, for the first time in the entire goddamn series.
6th May '15 10:14:35 PM mlsmithca
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** YMMV on that one. You can just one shot them with surf especially before Surf hurt your other pokemon.
6th May '15 6:29:29 PM GlitteringWolf
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** YMMV on that one. You can just one shot them with surf especially before Surf hurt your other pokemon.
21st Mar '15 6:09:42 PM ztarwarz
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* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''. Her team is the most balanced of any NPC EVER. A revenge killer, a special wall, a mixed wall, and a sweeper as well.
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* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''. Her team is the most balanced of any NPC EVER. A revenge killer, a special wall, a mixed wall, and a sweeper as well. It is telling that this is considered the best of the champion fights in the series. She fights like an actual player, with a much more balanced team than any other NPC in the series.
3rd Mar '15 11:17:52 PM mlsmithca
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"To clarify" is meaningless Word Cruft.
* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. (You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''.) To clarify. Her team is the most balanced of any NPC EVER. A revenge killer, a special wall, a mixed wall, and a sweeper as well.
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* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. (You You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''.) To clarify. Her team is the most balanced of any NPC EVER. A revenge killer, a special wall, a mixed wall, and a sweeper as well.
3rd Mar '15 8:35:18 PM ztarwarz
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* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. (You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''.)
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* The Sinnoh Elite Four. Hell, the battle with Cynthia alone. (You can't exploit type weaknesses against her Spiritomb, ''because it has no weakness''.)) To clarify. Her team is the most balanced of any NPC EVER. A revenge killer, a special wall, a mixed wall, and a sweeper as well.
16th Dec '14 10:10:01 AM mlsmithca
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Fixing some of the more obvious indentation problems.
* Yes, we all know that beating a Gym Leader is awesome, but to get real satisfaction out of the ordeal, try beating them with underleveled Pokémon. Or take it up a level and do the same thing with the Elite Four and Champion. ** The Generation V games brought it up a little when the music shifts to an upbeat remix of the classic Pokémon theme when the leader is on his/her last mon.
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* Yes, we all know that beating a Gym Leader is awesome, but to get real satisfaction out of the ordeal, try beating them with underleveled Pokémon. Or take it up a level and do the same thing with the Elite Four and Champion. ** Champion. The Generation V games brought it up a little when the music shifts to an upbeat remix of the classic Pokémon theme when the leader is on his/her last mon.

* The battle with Wally at Victory Road in ORAS. In the original games, he was just one last trainer before traversing Victory Road/challenging the Pokemon League. Here, he has his own epic battle music, the battleground is a field of roses and instead of Gardevoir, he's evolved his Raltz into a Gallade, and he can Mega Evolve it too. ** He gets even better in the Battle Maison. To the point where his team wouldn't look at all out of place in a pro-league tournament.
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* The battle with Wally at Victory Road in ORAS. In the original games, he was just one last trainer before traversing Victory Road/challenging the Pokemon League. Here, he has his own epic battle music, the battleground is a field of roses and instead of Gardevoir, he's evolved his Raltz into a Gallade, and he can Mega Evolve it too. ** too. He gets even better in the Battle Maison. To Maison, to the point where his team wouldn't look at all out of place in a pro-league tournament.

** The Giratina fight following it also is very awesome, due no doubt to the music and just the fact that you're fighting a powerful being that probably isn't too happy with what Cyrus was doing and probably thinks you're part of it. It's also a pretty tough fighter in its own right and won't give up easily.
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** * The Giratina fight following it also is very awesome, due no doubt to the music and just the fact that you're fighting a powerful being that probably isn't too happy with what Cyrus was doing and probably thinks you're part of it. It's also a pretty tough fighter in its own right and won't give up easily.

*** In ''Black 2 and White 2'', Ghetsis is back. His Hydreigon was dumbed down quite a bit[[note]]its moveset is physical-based instead of special-based and is walled by Steel-types, not to mention you have plenty of other options to combat it with thanks to the New Unova Dex[[/note]], and two of his former Pokemon (Bouffalant and Bisharp) were replaced with Poison-types from Sinnoh, but it still makes for a cool fight. His theme was also revamped pretty hardcore, too.
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*** ** In ''Black 2 and White 2'', Ghetsis is back. His Hydreigon was dumbed down quite a bit[[note]]its moveset is physical-based instead of special-based and is walled by Steel-types, not to mention you have plenty of other options to combat it with thanks to the New Unova Dex[[/note]], and two of his former Pokemon (Bouffalant and Bisharp) were replaced with Poison-types from Sinnoh, but it still makes for a cool fight. His theme was also revamped pretty hardcore, too.

* The battle against [[spoiler:Primal Dialga]] and the preceding cutscenes in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness]]'' were epic win. No arguments. ** Also in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers PMD2]]'', [[spoiler:battles with Dusknoir seem to be magnets for Awesome Moments.... that is, if you're not busy having a HeroicBSOD from the plot developments.]] *** [[EnhancedRemake Explorers of Sky]] adds to this with the final secret mission. [[spoiler:[[FutureBadass Grovyle]], [[HeelFaceTurn Dusknoir]], and [[{{Tsundere}} Celebi]] versus Primal Dialga as they all slowly disappear due to the timestream repairing itself. It ends with all of them being revived by [[{{God}} Arceus]] and getting to see the first sunrise of their lives. A perfect end to Grovyle's story.]] ** Following up in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'', the final boss is not a member of the Tao trio, or any of the Generation V Pokemon. It is [[EldritchAbomination the manifestation of all the hate, distrust, and despair of Pokemon the world over]], it can choke a Pokemon to death ''just by being in its presence'', and its attacks go [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm unnamed.]] The battle opens with you not being able to damage it at all, and afterward is when it really unfolds. And the second phase comes accompanied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGohnLbLz4A an absolutely phenomenal battle theme]]. And you proceed to beat it BY YOURSELF.
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': ** The battle against [[spoiler:Primal Dialga]] and the preceding cutscenes in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness]]'' were epic win. No arguments. ** Also in * In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers PMD2]]'', [[spoiler:battles with Dusknoir seem to be magnets for Awesome Moments.... that is, if you're not busy having a HeroicBSOD from the plot developments.]] *** ]] [[EnhancedRemake Explorers of Sky]] adds to this with the final secret mission. [[spoiler:[[FutureBadass Grovyle]], [[HeelFaceTurn Dusknoir]], and [[{{Tsundere}} Celebi]] versus Primal Dialga as they all slowly disappear due to the timestream repairing itself. It ends with all of them being revived by [[{{God}} Arceus]] and getting to see the first sunrise of their lives. A perfect end to Grovyle's story.]] ** Following up in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'', the ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'': *** The final boss is not a member of the Tao trio, or any of the Generation V Pokemon. It is [[EldritchAbomination the manifestation of all the hate, distrust, and despair of Pokemon the world over]], it can choke a Pokemon to death ''just by being in its presence'', and its attacks go [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm unnamed.]] The battle opens with you not being able to damage it at all, and afterward is when it really unfolds. And the second phase comes accompanied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGohnLbLz4A an absolutely phenomenal battle theme]]. And you proceed to beat it BY YOURSELF.

* [[CrazyAwesome Miror B.]] Hard? No. Epic? No. But he's a disco dude with an enormous Poké Ball-colored afro and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAHHFc-gIeI the most hilarious]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGI4kSdUOJQ Pokémon battle music ever]]. What's not to like?
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* [[CrazyAwesome Miror B.]] Hard? No. Epic? No. But he's a disco dude with an enormous Poké Ball-colored afro and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAHHFc-gIeI the most hilarious]] [[https://www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGI4kSdUOJQ Pokémon battle music ever]]. What's not to like?

15th Dec '14 10:55:13 PM Trogdor7620
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** He gets even better in the Battle Maison. To the point where his team wouldn't look at all out of place in a pro-league tournament.
27th Nov '14 8:56:02 PM Jgamer
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* The battle with Wally at Victory Road in ORAS. In the original games, he was just one last trainer before traversing Victory Road/challenging the Pokemon League. Here, he has his own epic battle music, the battleground is a field of roses and instead of Gardevoir, he's evolved his Raltz into a Gallade, and he can Mega Evolve it too.
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