History Characters / PokemonColosseum

1st Jun '18 2:10:46 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* ThemeNaming: Sla'''king''', Slow'''king''', Shadow '''Tyran'''itar, Ma'''champ''', Scizor[[note]]"Caesar"[[/note]]... and his Salamence and Aggron have spikes on their heads to suggest a crown. He's the final boss, and he'll make sure you know it.

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* ThemeNaming: Sla'''king''', Slow'''king''', Shadow '''Tyran'''itar, Ma'''champ''', Scizor[[note]]"Caesar"[[/note]]... Scizor[[note]]"Caesar"[[/note]], Aggron[[note]]"'''Boss'''godora" in Japanese[[/note]]... the only odd one out is his Salamence, and his Salamence and Aggron have even it has head spikes on their heads to that suggest a crown. He's Evice is the final boss, and he'll make sure you know it.
18th May '18 6:54:45 PM Tavernier
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* AerithAndBob: His Japanese name is more normal than his English dub name, for whatever reason.
18th May '18 6:38:05 PM Tavernier
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** Japanese: "Bolg" is the name of a proto-Celtic lightning god. This references his use of Shadow Raikou '''and''' his abuse of the Rain Dance + Thunder combo.

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** Japanese: "Bolg" "Bolgios" (alt. "Belgius") is the name of a proto-Celtic lightning god. This references his use of Shadow Raikou '''and''' his abuse of the Rain Dance + Thunder combo.
19th Apr '18 8:41:54 AM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* ThemeNaming: Sla'''king''', Slow'''king''', Shadow '''Tyran'''itar, Ma'''champ'''... and his Scizor, Salamence, and Aggron have spikes on their heads to suggest a crown. He's the final boss, and he'll make sure you know it.

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* ThemeNaming: Sla'''king''', Slow'''king''', Shadow '''Tyran'''itar, Ma'''champ'''... Ma'''champ''', Scizor[[note]]"Caesar"[[/note]]... and his Scizor, Salamence, Salamence and Aggron have spikes on their heads to suggest a crown. He's the final boss, and he'll make sure you know it.
19th Apr '18 4:19:22 AM Tavernier
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%%* TheHeart

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%%* TheHeart* TheHeart: Rui's sensitivity and compassion go hand in hand with her AuraVision.


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* ShipTease:
** There's a notable encounter in Pyrite where a female Chaser tells Wes to "ditch the walflower" for the Chaser, to which Rui takes offense and insists Wes defend her honor.
** Rui complements Wes for being cool during the game's epilogue.
26th Nov '17 8:01:22 AM N8han11
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* HeroicMime: Like any Pokémon protagonist, he doesn't speak.

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* HeroicMime: Like any Pokémon protagonist, he doesn't speak.speak, aside from calling out his Pokémon to force them out of hyper mode.
18th Nov '17 3:01:44 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* DramaPreservingHandicap: His Togetic is the last Shadow Pokémon you can snag... and it's only level 20. However, this actually makes it difficult to catch, since most of the player's Pokémon will be strong enough to take it out in one hit with a direct attack.
18th Nov '17 2:43:17 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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%%* BadassMoustache

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%%* BadassMoustache* ArtificialBrilliance:
** His Scizor won't Baton Pass out unless she's racked up at least one boost from Metal Claw, Silver Wind, or Swords Dance, and whoever receives the buffs will prefer using their physical moves until they're recalled.
** His Slowking will use Skill Swap on Slaking as soon as it gets a chance.
** To avoid Sand Stream damaging his own Pokémon, Evice's Shadow Tyranitar is always sent out last.
* BadassMoustache: After he reveals his identity as Cipher's mastermind, his mustache straightens out and stays that way.


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* ThemeNaming: Sla'''king''', Slow'''king''', Shadow '''Tyran'''itar, Ma'''champ'''... and his Scizor, Salamence, and Aggron have spikes on their heads to suggest a crown. He's the final boss, and he'll make sure you know it.
9th Nov '17 9:20:33 PM rjd1922
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* AuraVision: She can see Shadow Pokemon.

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* AuraVision: She can see Shadow Pokemon.Pokémon.



* ExpositionFairy: Her main role in the story is to tell you when there's a Shadow Pokemon.

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* ExpositionFairy: Her main role in the story is to tell you when there's a Shadow Pokemon.Pokémon.



* PsychicPowers: Not shown to extend beyond detecting the black aura that surrounds Shadow Pokemon. On a technical level, her aura powers make her [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVFamilies Lucario]] before there was a Lucario.

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* PsychicPowers: Not shown to extend beyond detecting the black aura that surrounds Shadow Pokemon.Pokémon. On a technical level, her aura powers make her [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIVFamilies Lucario]] before there was a Lucario.



* HeelFaceTurn: In a sense, also overlapping with {{Karma Houdini}}. [[spoiler:After Snagging the Shadow Dragonite (the final Shadow Pokemon) from him in ''XD'', he can be found in the Krabby Club dancing alongside Razell and Dazell, feeling content enough that he doesn't even notice when Michael talks to him]].

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* HeelFaceTurn: In a sense, also overlapping with {{Karma Houdini}}. [[spoiler:After Snagging the Shadow Dragonite (the final Shadow Pokemon) Pokémon) from him in ''XD'', he can be found in the Krabby Club dancing alongside Razell and Dazell, feeling content enough that he doesn't even notice when Michael talks to him]].



* HollywoodEncryption: [[AvertedTrope Averted]], as Cipher's security is tough for him to crack in both games. In Colosseum it takes him so long to start decrypting the ROM from Ein's Lab, that once he starts sending useful data, you've already found most of those shadow pokemon. In XD, he's not even close to breaking through when Cipher comes a knocking to stop him. And make sure to scrub his database too.
* MagicalComputer: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]], as Nett DOES have some serious equipment even as a kid (which begs the question of how he acquired it, but it is Orre, the land of Rogues). In XD, he is shown to have limitations as he can only sort of recover data from when Cipher scrubs his personal databases.

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* HollywoodEncryption: [[AvertedTrope Averted]], as Cipher's security is tough for him to crack in both games. In Colosseum it takes him so long to start decrypting the ROM from Ein's Lab, that once he starts sending useful data, you've already found most of those shadow pokemon.Shadow Pokémon. In XD, he's not even close to breaking through when Cipher comes a knocking to stop him. And make sure to scrub his database too.
* MagicalComputer: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]], {{Downplayed|Trope}}, as Nett DOES have some serious equipment even as a kid (which begs the question of how he acquired it, but it is Orre, the land of Rogues). In XD, he is shown to have limitations as he can only sort of recover data from when Cipher scrubs his personal databases.
9th Nov '17 9:18:44 PM rjd1922
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* BagOfSpilling: His Pikachu drops from level 50 in ''Colosseum'' to ''level 12'' in ''XD''.


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* LevelDrain: His Pikachu drops from level 50 in ''Colosseum'' to ''level 12'' in ''XD''.
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