History Characters / PokemonGenerationIBulbasaurToTentacruel

9th Aug '17 4:53:51 PM Kindle4Light
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* BossBattle: Raichu is the third gym boss of Gen I, being Lt. Surge's signature.


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* BossBattle: A Raichu is the third gym boss of Gen I, being Lt. Surge's signature.
9th Aug '17 2:30:04 PM Spanks
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* TheDragonslayer: Alolan Ninetales specifically. It is the first and currently only Ice/Fairy type in the history of the Pokémon franchise, which gives it a ''huge'' type advantage over Dragons. Both Ice and Fairy are super effective to the Dragon-type, and Fairy is outright immune to the Dragon-type. [[ColdIron Steel-Types on the other hand]]....

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* TheDragonslayer: Alolan Ninetales specifically. It is the first and currently only Ice/Fairy type in the history of the Pokémon franchise, which gives it a ''huge'' type advantage over Dragons. Both Ice and Fairy are super effective to the Dragon-type, and Fairy is outright immune to the Dragon-type. Dragon-type, allowing Alolan Ninetales to decimate most Dragon-Types it faces [[note]] either blasting Dragonite, Salamence, and Garchomp with Ice-Type moves or pummeling Hydreigon with Fairy-Type moves[[/note]] [[ColdIron Steel-Types Steel-Types]] like [[OlympusMons Dialga]] on the other hand]]....hand....
9th Aug '17 7:46:17 AM PDL
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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** A zigzagged example regarding Surfing and Flying Pikachu. There have been frequent ways to obtain Pikachu with these moves throughout the history of the series. However, the cruel twist is that they cannot be transferred to the next generation of games due to Pokémon with HM moves not being transferable unless the move is forgotten. Thus you can transfer these special Pikachu, but you need to remove what makes them so special in the first place. The few ways to obtain these Pikachu have either long since passed or the games you can get them are out of print.
** Notch-ear Pichu also counts as an example as the only way to obtain one is through an event that has also long since passed and it also can't be transferred to later games as the code for it doesn't exist in the files.
4th Aug '17 7:09:37 AM Hashil
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* TakesOneToKillOne: Regular Sandshrew and Sandslash's Ground typing is super-effective against their Ice/Steel Alola forms while Alolan Sandshrew and Sandslash's Ice typing is super-effective against their Kantonian counterpart's Ground typing.

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* TakesOneToKillOne: Regular Sandshrew and Sandslash's Ground typing is super-effective against their Ice/Steel Alola forms while Alolan Sandshrew and Sandslash's Ice typing is super-effective against their Kantonian counterpart's Ground typing. With all other things equal, Alolan Sandslash has a very tiny statistical advantage thanks to its slightly better Defense.
30th Jul '17 8:36:44 PM SgtFrog1
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* FragileSpeedster: Dugtrio is the fastest Ground-type type Pokémon, but has painfully low HP with below-average defenses. Alolan Dugtrio are slightly slower and have slightly better Defense, but their Defense is still low.

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* FragileSpeedster: Dugtrio is the fastest Ground-type type Pokémon, but has painfully low HP with below-average defenses. Alolan Dugtrio are slightly slower and slower, have slightly better Defense, and gain a fair number of resistances due to being half Steel-type, but their Defense is still low.
28th Jul '17 8:07:25 AM MagBas
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* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: Charizard's Fire/Flying type grants it a double weakness to Rock attacks, most notably the incredibly widely-distributed Stealth Rock, which causes the dragon to lose 50% of its health every time it switches in.
28th Jul '17 7:41:34 AM N8han11
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* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: Charizard's Fire/Flying type grants it a double weakness to Rock attacks, most notably the incredibly widely-distributed Stealth Rock, which causes the dragon to lose 50% of its health every time it switches in.
21st Jul '17 4:00:58 AM flamemario12
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* BalanceBuff: Bellossom receives one in Generation VII by introducing [[StatusBuff Quiver Dance]] into its movepool and letting it learn Petal Dance without relying on its pre-evolution stage.



* BalanceBuff: Bellossom receives one in Generation VII by introducing [[StatusBuff Quiver Dance]] into its movepool and letting it learn Petal Dance without relying on its pre-evolution stage.
21st Jul '17 3:58:02 AM flamemario12
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* BalanceBuff: Bellossom receives one in Generation VII by introducing [[StatusBuff Quiver Dance]] into its movepool and letting it learn Petal Dance without relying on its pre-evolution stage.



* TookALevelInBadass: Bellossom gets a small one in Generation VII by introducing [[StatusBuff Quiver Dance]] into its movepool and letting it learn Petal Dance without relying on its pre-evolution stages. This essentially makes it a bulkier Lilligant.
19th Jul '17 10:35:13 AM Ninjabot
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** Bellossom's whole design is based on petals and dancing, yet it's the only member of the family that can't learn Petal Dance by level up, instead needing to have learnt it as Oddish or Gloom.


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* TookALevelInBadass: Bellossom gets a small one in Generation VII by introducing [[StatusBuff Quiver Dance]] into its movepool and letting it learn Petal Dance without relying on its pre-evolution stages. This essentially makes it a bulkier Lilligant.
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