History Characters / PokemonGenerationIIFamilies

14th Aug '17 11:14:49 AM N8han11
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* UselessUsefulSpell: Ledian's Hidden Ability is Iron Fist, which boosts the power of its punching moves. While this is a decent ability, and Ledian actually has a selection of punching attacks that would impress a Hitmonchan, Ledian, unfortunately, has a physical Attack on par with [[SarcasmMode such muscle-bound brawlers]] as ''[[SquishyWizard Kadabra]]''.

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* UselessUsefulSpell: Ledian's Hidden Ability is Iron Fist, which boosts the power of its punching moves. While this is a decent ability, and Ledian actually has a selection of punching attacks that would impress a Hitmonchan, Ledian, unfortunately, Ledian unfortunately has a physical Attack on par with [[SarcasmMode such muscle-bound brawlers]] as ''[[SquishyWizard Kadabra]]''.
14th Aug '17 9:45:11 AM N8han11
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* NonElemental: Generation VII introduced a move called Burn Up, it makes them completely typeless after using that move.

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* NonElemental: Generation VII introduced a move called Burn Up, it which makes them completely typeless after upon using that move.it.
11th Aug '17 5:43:29 AM AlphaBrav0
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* DiscOneNuke: In ''Black 2 and White 2'', if you had the ''Dream Radar'' side game and a [[OldSaveBonus copy of the Hoenn Gen IV games in the cartridge slot]] (''[=HeartGold=]'' for Ho-Oh, ''[=SoulSilver=]'' for Lugia), you could battle the corresponding box legendary in ''Dream Radar'' and send it to ''[=B2/W2=]''. This could be done ''as soon as you acquired the Pokédex'', both legendaries would have your Trainer ID so they would always obey you, and they come with their otherwise-inaccessible hidden abilities - Regenerator for Ho-Oh and Multiscale for Lugia.

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* DiscOneNuke: In ''Black 2 and White 2'', if you had the ''Dream Radar'' side game and a [[OldSaveBonus copy of the Hoenn Johto Gen IV games in the cartridge slot]] (''[=HeartGold=]'' for Ho-Oh, ''[=SoulSilver=]'' for Lugia), you could battle the corresponding box legendary in ''Dream Radar'' and send it to ''[=B2/W2=]''. This could be done ''as soon as you acquired the Pokédex'', both legendaries would have your Trainer ID so they would always obey you, and they come with their otherwise-inaccessible hidden abilities - Regenerator for Ho-Oh and Multiscale for Lugia.
19th Jul '17 1:37:31 PM Macsen
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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target (the SOS mechanic makes ''this'' easier, too), as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.

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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want [[labelnote:Details]]Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? or a Pokémon with at least 4 guaranteed perfect [=IVs=]? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target (the SOS mechanic makes ''this'' easier, too), as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything.effects. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt. Getting a Smeargle by SOS can get 4 perfect [=IVs=] fairly easily--a lot of hunters like to hold out for a Shiny Smeargle as well. If your Smeargle is Level 100, then poor stats usually don't matter in most SOS hunts. It can be used for almost any SOS hunt.[[/labelnote]]
19th Jul '17 1:24:44 PM Macsen
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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target (the SOS mechanic makes ''this'' easier, too), as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.


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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target (the SOS mechanic makes ''this'' easier, too), as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.
19th Jul '17 1:21:31 PM Macsen
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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target, as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.

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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target, target (the SOS mechanic makes ''this'' easier, too), as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.
19th Jul '17 1:18:03 PM Macsen
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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target, as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything.

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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target, as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything. And all its available Abilities give it SOS advantages: Own Tempo gives immunity from Confusion, Technician increases the power of weaker moves, and Moody mitigates stat-affecting moves by messing with the Smeargle's own stats, causing them to all cap off over the course of a long SOS hunt.
19th Jul '17 1:14:09 PM Macsen
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** Its inclusion in Generation VII made it ''perfect'' for the new SOS encounter mechanic. Want a Shiny that can be encountered by SOS? Catch a Smeargle, and you can teach it whatever move is strong against the target, as well as False Swipe to prepare an SOS caller, and Substitute to mitigate most status effects. It's exceedingly versatile, and a Smeargle at a high-enough level can be used for almost anything.
15th Jul '17 9:04:45 PM rmctagg09
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* CraftedFromAnimals: Skarmory's ''Crystal'' and ''Sun'' Pokédex entries mention that in the past people used to use their feathers as swords.
4th Jul '17 8:51:21 AM Snowsky
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* EvilDetectingBaby: According to a Pokédex entry from the anime, Togepi is filled with an energy that will vanish in the presence of a person with an impure heart.
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