History Characters / PokemonGenerationIIFamilies

2nd Jan '18 8:03:41 AM Spanks
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: A very unfortunate case that makes you question wether or not the creators were having fun with it, but Magcargo's Pokedex entries say its body is so hot that water evaporates on contact. Not only is Magcargo is not immune to Water attacks in battle, it takes quadruple (4x) Damage from them.
27th Dec '17 9:21:46 PM CJCroen1393
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* PowerNullifier: Its Normal-type cancels out the Psychic-type's usual weakness to Ghost.
26th Dec '17 8:49:27 PM MayIncon
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* ArmlessBiped: Wooper has two feet, but no arms. Despite this, they can learn Ice Punch from TM (Gen II only) or Move Tutors.
26th Dec '17 7:47:37 PM MayIncon
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* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Male Heracross have a Y-shaped tip on their horns while females have a heart-shaped tip.
25th Dec '17 7:12:12 PM PDL
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* FlyingPostman: True to its name, Delibird delivers gifts in its bag-like tail. Occasionally it is employed by people for this task.
22nd Dec '17 10:17:59 PM MayIncon
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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** In addition to the two being gone forever if knocked out (prior to Gen IV, anyway), in ''Crystal'' Ho-Oh can only be accessed if Raikou, Entei and Suicune are all caught. And if one of them is knocked out, the Rainbow Wing -- and by extension Ho-Oh and the rest of Tin Tower -- is permanently locked off to the player.
** Throughout Gen III and Gen IV prior to the Johto remakes, Lugia and Ho-Oh were only available via location-based events (or transferring them from ''XD'' and ''Colosseum'' respectively) owing to a lack of backwards compatibility with ''G/S/C''. Because of this, [[AntiFrustrationFeatures the two aren't required for National Pokédex completion in Gen III and the Sinnoh games]].

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PermanentlyMissableContent: In addition to the two being gone forever if knocked out (prior to Gen IV, anyway), in ''Crystal'' Ho-Oh can only be accessed if Raikou, Entei and Suicune are all caught. And if one of them is knocked out, the Rainbow Wing -- and by extension Ho-Oh and the rest of Tin Tower -- is permanently locked off to the player.
** Throughout Gen III and Gen IV prior to the Johto remakes, Lugia and Ho-Oh were only available via location-based events (or transferring them from ''XD'' and ''Colosseum'' respectively) owing to a lack of backwards compatibility with ''G/S/C''. Because of this, [[AntiFrustrationFeatures the two aren't required for National Pokédex completion in Gen III and the Sinnoh games]].
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* TemporaryOnlineContent: Throughout Gen III and Gen IV prior to the Johto remakes, Lugia and Ho-Oh were only available via location-based events (or transferring them from ''XD'' and ''Colosseum'' respectively) owing to a lack of backwards compatibility with ''G/S/C''. Because of this, [[AntiFrustrationFeatures the two aren't required for National Pokédex completion in Gen III and the Sinnoh games]].
22nd Dec '17 8:53:02 PM MayIncon
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* RequiredPartyMember: In the Generation III remakes, they are needed to be in the player's party while soaring to find the Trackless Forest where the Legendary Beasts' portals are located.

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* RequiredPartyMember: In the Generation III remakes, they either one of them are needed to be in the player's party while soaring to find the Trackless Forest where the Legendary Beasts' portals are located.
22nd Dec '17 8:52:23 PM MayIncon
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* RequiredPartyMember: In the Generation III remakes, they are needed to be in the player's party while soaring to find the Trackless Forest where the Legendary Beasts' portals are located.
19th Dec '17 3:23:14 PM urutapu
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* GuideDangIt: In ''Gold, Silver, and Crystal'', no trainer owns one, and even if they do, they can only be encountered by headbutting trees (which is again rare). Made even worse by the fact that the Pokédex doesn't record locations of Pokémon found in trees.

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* GuideDangIt: In ''Gold, Silver, and Crystal'', no the deck is basically stacked against you happening upon one by accident. You can't battle a trainer owns one, and even if they do, they can only be encountered by headbutting trees (which is again rare). Made even worse by the fact that log a sighting in the Pokédex to learn their location because no in-game trainer uses one. They can only be found--rarely--by headbutting trees. Even if that works for you, you'd better remember where that was, because the Pokédex also doesn't record log locations of Pokémon found in trees.
19th Dec '17 3:10:41 PM urutapu
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* PowerUpLetdown: Evolving Murkrow into Honchkrow gives a good boost to it's Attack and Special Attack, but ''downgrades'' it's previously impressive speed. It's Defence is also only slightly better, and cannot be boosted by Eviolite like with Murkrow.

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* PowerUpLetdown: Evolving Murkrow into Honchkrow gives a good boost to it's its Attack and Special Attack, but ''downgrades'' it's its previously impressive speed. It's Its Defence is also only slightly better, and cannot be boosted by Eviolite like with Murkrow.
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