History Characters / PokemonGenerationVIFamilies

16th Oct '17 12:27:55 PM rmctagg09
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** The family are also unable to learn the move Aurora Veil. Despite how thematically appropriate or useful this move would be.

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** The family are also unable to learn the move Aurora Veil. Despite Veil, despite how thematically appropriate or useful this move would be.
16th Oct '17 9:46:12 AM PDL
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* {{Irony}}: Their crystals may be the source of their cryokinetic power, but unlike many Pokémon with gems of some sort on their body, they can't learn Power Gem. This goes double since they're ''Rock-types'' that ''are primarily '''Special''' attackers!''

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* {{Irony}}: {{Irony}}:
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Their crystals may be the source of their cryokinetic power, but unlike many Pokémon with gems of some sort on their body, they can't learn Power Gem. This goes double since they're ''Rock-types'' that ''are primarily '''Special''' attackers!''attackers!''
** The family are also unable to learn the move Aurora Veil. Despite how thematically appropriate or useful this move would be.
12th Oct '17 2:45:20 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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%%Broken Streak is about a loss following a streak of victories. It's not "something that was fairly consistent has changed."
6th Oct '17 5:03:47 PM CJCroen1393
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* ScavengersAreScum: Yveltal appears to draw at least some inspiration from vultures and is depicted as a GodOfEvil.
3rd Oct '17 9:31:38 PM DrakeClawfang
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* UselessUsefulSpell: While the Flying Press attack sounds cool on paper, being the first dual-typed attack, it's flawed in execution. The reason is that there's only a small handful of Pokémon in the entire series that are weak to both Flying and Fighting, compared to the many more that are weak to one type and resist the other, like, say, ''every single'' Rock, Bug, and Steel-type. Thus its dual-typing is more a curse than a blessing, causing Flying Press to have inferior coverage against Pokémon that would be more vulnerable to normal Flying or Fighting attacks. Finally, factor in Hawlucha's access to plenty of other Flying and Fighting attacks, several of which have higher power than Flying Press anyway (although it did get a buff in Gen VII), and Flying Press is more a novelty than an actual reliable move.

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* UselessUsefulSpell: While the Flying Press attack sounds cool on paper, cool, being the first dual-typed attack, in practice it's flawed in execution. The reason is that there's not very useful. There's only a small handful of Pokémon in the entire series that are weak to both Flying and Fighting, compared to the many more that are weak to one type and resist the other, like, say, including ''every single'' Rock, Bug, and Steel-type. Thus its dual-typing is more a curse hindrance than a blessing, boon, causing Flying Press to have inferior type coverage against Pokémon enemies that would be more vulnerable weak to normal Flying or Fighting attacks. Finally, factor in Hawlucha's access to plenty of other or Flying and Fighting attacks, several of which have higher power than Flying Press anyway (although it did get a buff in Gen VII), and Hawlucha can learn plenty of. The result is that Flying Press is more a novelty than an actual reliable a viable move.
24th Sep '17 2:12:45 PM Theriocephalus
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* WhenTreesAttack: By default whenever you find yourself facing one. In the in-game lore, anyone who despoils their forests will face the direct and highly displeasure of the Trevenants and the trees they can animate and control.

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* WhenTreesAttack: By default whenever you find yourself facing one. In the in-game lore, anyone who despoils their forests will face the direct and highly aggressive displeasure of the Trevenants and the trees they can animate and control.
24th Sep '17 2:12:33 PM Theriocephalus
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* {{Treants}}: Trevenant resemble humanoid trees and inhabit [[TheLostWoods the Winding Woods]] of Kalos. Highly protective of their forest, they can control regular trees and show great kindness to the Pokémon that inhabit their land and nest in their bodies, but will ruthlessly attack anyone who exploits their woods. Physically, they're a bit unusual, being about human-sized, walking on six roots instead of legs and being technically the ghosts of humans who died lost in the forest.



* WhenTreesAttack: It's a monstrous tree-like beast. Even worse is that you can encounter Trevenant in hordes too!

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* WhenTreesAttack: It's a monstrous tree-like beast. Even worse is that By default whenever you find yourself facing one. In the in-game lore, anyone who despoils their forests will face the direct and highly displeasure of the Trevenants and the trees they can encounter Trevenant in hordes too!animate and control.
4th Sep '17 8:32:56 PM SpinAttaxx
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In a break with series traditions, Zygarde's formes did not debut in a third version or sequel set in the Kalos region, but rather as part of ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. This, combined with the semi-replacement of Aura Break (a PowerNullifier against Yveltal and Xerneas' Abilities) with Power Construct seems to suggest that Zygarde has been interpreted as more than just a mediator between Yveltal and Xerneas.

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[[BreakingOldTrends In a break with series traditions, traditions]], Zygarde's formes did not debut in a third version or sequel set in the Kalos region, but rather as part of ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. This, combined with the semi-replacement of Aura Break (a PowerNullifier against Yveltal and Xerneas' Abilities) with Power Construct seems to suggest that Zygarde has been interpreted as more than just a mediator between Yveltal and Xerneas.



** Subverted if you use Pokemon Bank to bring over one from ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY''. At the low cost of that Zygarde, you can disassemble it for an extra 50 cells. Meaning you can unlock Complete form with only half the the cells in Alola.

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** Subverted if you use Pokemon Pokémon Bank to bring over one from ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY''. At the low cost of that Zygarde, you can disassemble it for an extra 50 cells. Meaning you can unlock Complete form with only half the the cells in Alola.Alola.
* BreakingOldTrends: Unlike its predecessors and successor, Zygarde is (so far) the ''only'' third legendary trio member that didn't receive a game it was a mascot of. It got an appearance in ''Sun/Moon'', but no Gen VI game centered around it was made. At least the animé picked up the slack with ''XY&Z''.
2nd Sep '17 12:44:48 PM DarkMask
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* RequiredSecondaryPowers: "Stance Change" is Aegishlash's ability which allows it to turn into a GlassCannon while attacking, and a MightyGlacier when defending, and will always be active no matter what. As a result, this has the secondary effect of making Aegislash's ability one of the very few that cannot be copied, suppressed, or changed (making it immune to moves such as Skill Swap, Gastro Acid, and Worry Seed, as well as to abilities such as Trace or Mummy).
25th Aug '17 10:33:22 AM N8han11
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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Much like Heatran, Volcanion doesn't have much of a real legend to it, and it seems to just be a weirdo hanging around mountains, with its only noteable aspects being that [[OxymoronicBeing it's a Fire/Water-type]] and its incredible power.

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Much like Heatran, Volcanion doesn't have much of a real legend to it, and it seems to just be a weirdo hanging around mountains, with its only noteable notable aspects being that [[OxymoronicBeing it's a Fire/Water-type]] and its incredible power.
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