History Characters / PokemonChampions

24th May '18 4:18:04 AM MayIncon
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: When first established in the series, the concept of a standing Champion didn't exist, and it was implied that the league's Elite Four was led by the member that faces the challenger last. Starting from Generation II, a standing Champion is introduced to lead the Elite Four.
6th May '18 1:52:13 PM HarasserVonAssgrab
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** MightyGlacier: The other half of his team - Aggron, Armaldo and Metagross - fit this role, being slow but having strong Attack stats to utilize. Though Mega Metagross in the remakes is most definitely a LightingBruiser.

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** MightyGlacier: The other half of his team - Aggron, Armaldo and Metagross - fit this role, being slow but having strong Attack stats to utilize. Though Mega Metagross in the remakes is most definitely a LightingBruiser.LightningBruiser.
6th May '18 1:50:15 PM HarasserVonAssgrab
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* ItWasAGift: He's a lot more generous than most characters. He gives you a Mega Bracelet among many other items (the Itemfinder, the Eon Flute, etc) as well as gifting the Elite Four with Key Stones. He also personally breeds you a new Lv.1 Beldum for a gift, and in ''Heartgold and Soulsilver'' gived you a Hoenn starter of your choosing.

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* ItWasAGift: He's a lot more generous than most characters. He gives you a Mega Bracelet among many other items (the Itemfinder, the Eon Flute, etc) as well as gifting the Elite Four with Key Stones. He also personally breeds you a new Lv.1 Beldum for a gift, and in ''Heartgold and Soulsilver'' gived gives you a Hoenn starter of your choosing.



** MightyGlacier: The other half of his team - Aggron, Armaldo and Metagross - fit this role, being slow but having strong Attack stats to utilize.

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** MightyGlacier: The other half of his team - Aggron, Armaldo and Metagross - fit this role, being slow but having strong Attack stats to utilize. Though Mega Metagross in the remakes is most definitely a LightingBruiser.
30th Apr '18 5:15:30 PM Tavernier
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Her champion outfit apparently leaves her legs completely bare.
22nd Apr '18 6:46:47 AM scoooool
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After defeating the Elite Four, the trainer now has to face the regional Pokémon Champion. Pokémon Champions are the toughest trainers in the entire region and serve as the FinalBoss of the main campaign. Defeating him or her unlocks a lot of post-game content.

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After defeating the Elite Four, the trainer now has to face the regional Pokémon Champion. Pokémon Champions are the toughest trainers in the entire region and serve as the FinalBoss of the main campaign. Defeating him or her them triggers the CreditsRoll, and unlocks a lot of post-game content.


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* IAmNotLeftHanded: A meta-example. While the player is capable of using 6 Pokémon from the moment they get their starter, most opponents do not use 6 Pokémon, except for Rivals (and only near the end of the game) and Pokémon Breeders (in some games, and their teams tend to be weaker than the average trainers in the area to make up for that). Champions however, ''always'' have a full team.


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* WeaponOfChoice: While as individuals they all have their own ace, as a whole, they favor Fossil Pokémon and the psuedo-legendaries [[note]] Powerful Pokémon which have high stats but take a long time to evolve [[/note]]. Starter Pokémon have also shown up on a number of Champion teams, as well as other powerful Pokémon that don't meet the definition of a psuedo-legendary, such as Gyarados and Aggron.
9th Apr '18 9:30:17 PM CapitalistComrade
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** Togekiss in ''Platinum'' has it even worse. Its ability, Hustle, boosts its physical Attack at the cost of accuracy. But since it doesn't have any physical move, its Ability is worse than useless - ''it actually hinders it.'' This was fixed in ''Black/White 2'', where its ability was changed to Serene Grace(although in [=PWT=], it's randomized every time you fight her).

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** Togekiss in ''Platinum'' has it even worse. Its ability, Hustle, boosts its physical Attack at the cost of accuracy. accuracy on its physical moves. But since it doesn't have any physical move, its Ability is worse than useless - ''it actually hinders it.'' practically useless. This was fixed in ''Black/White 2'', where its ability was changed to Serene Grace(although in [=PWT=], it's randomized every time you fight her).
16th Mar '18 11:31:55 AM TheNeuve14
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* ComesGreatResponsibility: He states that doing everything in his power to resolve the crisis caused by the villainous team (and presumably any other) is his duty as the Champion. Understandable, as he's perfectly capable of wiping the floor with practically every wrongdoer coming his way - so much so, that an '''Eon Dragon''' recognizes this and seeks his help at one point!
8th Feb '18 5:35:53 PM KanyaKishana
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* Adorkable: He has a ''list of favorite rocks'' for Christ's sake.

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* Adorkable: {{Adorkable}}: He has a ''list of favorite rocks'' for Christ's sake.
8th Feb '18 5:34:54 PM KanyaKishana
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* Adorkable: He has a ''list of favorite rocks'' for Christ's sake.
15th Jan '18 8:33:15 AM MagBas
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Unlike Giovanni, Blue has a mixture of types for his Viridian Gym battle.
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