History Characters / PokemonGenerationIIIWailmerToDeoxys

12th Jan '18 7:13:51 AM Rytex
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* BossInMooksClothing: It can appear as early as Route 3 in ''Sun and Moon'' via a Bagon calling for help. Even as low as level 9, its stats are high enough to utterly shitstomp a team of properly-leveled Mons (for that point in the game, anyway), but if you are able to catch it, [[DiscOneNuke any semblance of difficulty in the early game just disappears.]]
9th Jan '18 4:15:45 PM BossKey
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* AnimalisticAbomination: It looks the same as an ordinary Pokémon egg, but is far from one in nature.



* GameBreakingBug: Bad Eggs from certain sources tend to freeze the game when their information is viewed, and attempting to .

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* GameBreakingBug: Bad Eggs from certain sources tend to freeze the game when their information is viewed, and attempting to .forcing one to hatch will do the same. Heck, just ''seeing'' a Bad Egg can sometimes cause a freeze.


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* VoidBetweenTheWorlds: From Generation IV onwards, Bad Eggs are listed as having come from the Mystery Zone, which is basically the in-game void outside accessible areas.
9th Jan '18 4:03:46 PM BossKey
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* ClingyMacguffin: Once you get landed with a Bad Egg, good luck getting rid of it. They can't be released due to being Eggs, forcibly hatching one [[GameBreakingBug crashes the game]], and in the earlier generations they might even come with Seals, preventing them from being put in the PC.
* GameBreakingBug: Bad Eggs from certain sources tend to freeze the game when their information is viewed, and attempting to .
* TheMissingno: Bad Egg is not an actual Pokémon, but rather the result of the game getting a bad checksum, indicating that there's something wrong with game data (such as having a Pokémon with more than 510 [=EVs=] or attempting to force an encounter with an ID number that doesn't correspond to an actual Pokémon). [[NoFairCheating Which, in these games, is usually the handiwork of a cheating player.]]
8th Jan '18 9:04:34 AM Chasem
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* EvilCounterpart: While more "vicious" than truly "evil", Salamence is a fiercer, more aggressive take on the GentleGiant Dragon/Flying pseudo-legendary Dragonite.



* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Based more on European dragons.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Based more on European dragons. Salamence is about as stereotypical as you can get apart from the fact that it evolves from a cocoon-like form, and is even classified as the "Dragon Pokémon".
3rd Jan '18 9:03:13 AM QueenBEAUTY
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* WeaksauceWeakness: The move Grass Knot, whose base power increases the heavier the opponent is. Weakness against grass plus Wailord's massive weight [[ForMassiveDamange equals, well...]]

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* WeaksauceWeakness: The move Grass Knot, whose base power increases the heavier the opponent is. Weakness against grass plus Wailord's massive weight [[ForMassiveDamange [[AchillesHeel equals, well...]]
3rd Jan '18 9:01:52 AM QueenBEAUTY
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* WeaksauceWeakness: The move Grass Knot, whose base power increases the heavier the opponent is. Weakness against grass plus Wailord's massive weight [[ForMassiveDamange equals, well...]]
30th Dec '17 5:39:34 AM Eriorguez
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A corruption of Pokémon data that appears from Gen III game onwards, this egg appears whenever you use cheating devices for various purposes such as modifying your Pokémon's moveset, being able to catch trainer's Pokémon etc.

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A corruption of Pokémon data that appears from Gen III game onwards, this egg appears whenever you use egg-looking abomination may appear if cheating devices for various purposes such as modifying your Pokémon's moveset, being able to catch trainer's Pokémon etc.are used in reckless ways.
24th Dec '17 10:44:11 AM rmctagg09
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* LongLived: Absol's Emerald Pokedex entry says that it's a long-lived Pokemon with a life-span of 100 years.

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* LongLived: Absol's Emerald Pokedex ''Emerald'' Pokédex entry says that it's a long-lived Pokemon with a life-span of 100 years.
24th Dec '17 9:24:01 AM Zoroark69
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* LongLived: Absol's Emerald Pokedex entry says that it's a long-lived Pokemon with a life-span of 100 years.
24th Dec '17 6:12:12 AM PDL
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* BreakoutCharacter: While not on par with some of the other stand-outs from Gen III, such as Blaziken or Gardevoir, Flygon remains well liked and popular enough to appear in most regional dexes going forward, only missing ''Platinum''.

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* BreakoutCharacter: While not on par with some of the other stand-outs from Gen III, such as Blaziken or Gardevoir, Flygon remains well liked and popular enough to appear in most regional dexes going forward, only missing ''Platinum''. It was even considered a candidate for a [[SuperMode Mega Evolution]], but ultimately didn't get one due to artist's block on Ken Sugimori's part.
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