History Characters / PokemonGenerationIIFamilies

17th May '18 9:27:21 PM HeatEdgeSword
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* NormalFishInATinyPond: Murkrow, originally a rather unimpressive single stage Pokemon, was recategorised into a pre-evolution following Honchkrow's introduction, making it's Attack and Speed stats more remarkable as a CrutchCharacter, as well as giving it access to the Eviolite to balance out it's Defence stats rather nicely.



* NormalFishInATinyPond: Much like Murkrow, Sneasel started off as a mediocre single stage Pokémon until its evolution Weavile appeared, re-categorising it as a pre-evolution with tremendous Speed and Attack stats, as well as granting it use of the Eviolite to boost its poor Defense stats.



* PowerupLetdown:
** Their Hidden Ability Pickpocket lets them steal enemy items if they make contact; too bad this forces them to go into battle with no item of their own, and nearly any contact move will just KO it. Then again, considering how bad their default abilities are, they didn't lose much.
** Weavile doesn't get much of a boost in terms of defences, meaning a Sneasel with Eviolite is more liable to hold off attacks in battle.

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* PowerupLetdown:
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PowerupLetdown: Their Hidden Ability Pickpocket lets them steal enemy items if they make contact; too bad this forces them to go into battle with no item of their own, and nearly any contact move will just KO it. Then again, considering how bad their default abilities are, they didn't lose much.
** Weavile doesn't get much of a boost in terms of defences, meaning a Sneasel with Eviolite is more liable to hold off attacks in battle.
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17th May '18 12:53:15 PM Psi001
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* PowerupLetdown: Their Hidden Ability Pickpocket lets them steal enemy items if they make contact; too bad this forces them to go into battle with no item of their own, and nearly any contact move will just KO it. Then again, considering how bad their default abilities are, they didn't lose much.

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* PowerupLetdown: PowerupLetdown:
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Their Hidden Ability Pickpocket lets them steal enemy items if they make contact; too bad this forces them to go into battle with no item of their own, and nearly any contact move will just KO it. Then again, considering how bad their default abilities are, they didn't lose much.much.
** Weavile doesn't get much of a boost in terms of defences, meaning a Sneasel with Eviolite is more liable to hold off attacks in battle.
5th May '18 4:08:32 PM rmctagg09
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5th May '18 4:08:12 PM rmctagg09
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* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in ''Fire Red'' and ''Leaf Green'', the Togepi line is one of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.



* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in Generation IV, Dunsparce is one of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.



* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in Generation IV, Slugma and Magcargo are some of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.



* PrehistoricMonster: Downplayed, but Corsola is quite pointedly one of the few living species to learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.
4th May '18 6:56:39 PM Tavernier
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* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in ''Fire Red'' and ''Leaf Green'', the Togepi line is one of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.


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* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in Generation IV, Dunsparce is one of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.


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* PrehistoricMonster: By {{Retcon}} in Generation IV, Slugma and Magcargo are some of the few living species to naturally learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.
4th May '18 6:36:49 PM Tavernier
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* {{Retcon}}: Piloswine became able to evolve into Mamoswine by leveling up while knowing [=AncientPower=], a move it could already learn in earlier generations.

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* {{Retcon}}: Piloswine became able to evolve into Mamoswine by leveling up while knowing [=AncientPower=], a move it could already learn in earlier generations.generations, if only by Breeding or Move Tutor.
4th May '18 6:24:08 PM Tavernier
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* PrehistoricMonster: Downplayed, but Corsola is quite pointedly one of the few living species to learn Ancient Power, which is used almost exclusively by Legendaries and Fossil Pokémon.
3rd May '18 9:14:13 AM Psi001
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* LoopholeAbuse: With the introduction of Z-Moves in Gen VII, Counter and Mirror Coat are turned into standard Z-Moves of their type, giving Wobbuffet the ability to use standard offensive attacks at last.
1st May '18 4:22:52 PM TheOrbOfConfusion
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* MovesetClone: They have the same base stats as the Bulbasaur line, except with Defense and Special Attack switched.


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* MovesetClone: Downplayed in comparison to the other two Johto starters; the line's stats are identical to the Squirtle line, but they've been rearranged from a StoneWall setup to a physical MightyGlacier setup.


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* MovesetClone: They have the same base stats as Mewtwo, just rearranged.
1st May '18 3:04:07 PM Tavernier
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* MorphicResonance: You can trace the pattern of dark spots around its chest and eyes from one evolutionary stage to the next, and likewise with the spike patterns of its head.
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