History Characters / PokemonGymLeaders

26th Sep '16 1:08:58 PM technix
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** If you grabbed both Riolu and Magnemite before heading to the next gym, by the time before you challenge Skyla's gym you have probably already got both of them evolved to their final forms, Lucario and Magnezone. Use the Thunderbolt TM you got on Magnezone and pay a visit to the move tutor to grab Ice Punch for your Lucario and the last three gyms are practically cakewalk. Lucario have only two weaknesses in Fire and Fighting but you won't see those until Elite Four, and Magnezone, despite having a fair amount of weaknesses, have very high base defenses to compensate.
25th Sep '16 5:45:58 PM TomPhanto
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* NaiveNewcomer: She had just became a gym leader when you met her, as she didn't know how to act until the player character defeated her.



* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done, Daughter!" Guy]]: Shades of this -- much like Falkner back in Generation II, she's big on living up to the family legacy. When you beat her, she decides that attempting to emulate her grandfather just hampers her and resolves to be herself.

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* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done, Daughter!" Guy]]: WellDoneSonGuy: Shades of this -- much like Falkner back in Generation II, she's big on living up to the family legacy. When you beat her, she decides that attempting to emulate her grandfather just hampers her and resolves to be herself.



** Plus on a meta level, Poison (her type) was the name of a [[Music/Poison famous metal band]].

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** Plus on a meta level, Poison (her type) was the name of a [[Music/Poison [[Music/{{Poison}} famous metal band]].
15th Sep '16 12:22:29 AM CJCroen1393
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* AmazonBrigade: In the remakes, all of his Pokemon are female.
13th Sep '16 5:27:42 AM Wankoga
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13th Sep '16 5:26:07 AM Wankoga
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** ''Mikan'' means "orange" in Japanese. The orbs that keep her pigtails in place are orange.
10th Sep '16 10:36:47 PM Hanz
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* SoreLoser: She flat out refuses to give you a badge upon defeat because of your "Lazy ideals". It takes being threatened to have Lance told of her insubordination for her to relent.
10th Sep '16 1:07:37 PM TomS98
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** You can get the same effect by catching a Riolu from Floccesy Ranch and evolving it into Lucario.
3rd Sep '16 5:37:35 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* FieryRedhead: She's easily excitable and very enthusiastic about being a gym leader. Plus she's [[JustForpun a fire type trainer]].

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* FieryRedhead: She's easily excitable and very enthusiastic about being a gym leader. Plus she's [[JustForpun [[JustForPun a fire type trainer]].
26th Aug '16 10:07:14 AM MayIncon
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* SequelDifficultySpike: Morty was already a tough Gym Leader in the original games due to the generally uncommon weaknesses of Ghost-types, but the remakes remove the Gastly line's common Ground weakness thanks to Levitate, making him even trickier to counter. Furthermore, Shadow Ball now runs off the line's monstrous Special Attack stats, ''especially'' Gengar's.



* StandardStatusEffects: As a Ghost-type user, Morty is naturally fond of these. Two of his Pokémon know Hypnosis, and the other two can use Curse.



* SequelDifficultySpike: Morty was already a tough Gym Leader in the original games due to the generally uncommon weaknesses of Ghost-types, but the remakes remove the Gastly line's Ground weakness thanks to Levitate, making him even trickier to counter. Furthermore, Shadow Ball now runs off the line's monstrous Special Attack stats, ''especially'' Gengar's.
* StandardStatusEffects: As a Ghost-type user, Morty is naturally fond of these. Two of his Pokémon know Hypnosis, and the other two can use Curse
25th Aug '16 1:47:43 PM Kyoni
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* SuddenSequelDifficultySpike: Morty was already a tough Gym Leader in the original games due to the generally uncommon weaknesses of Ghost-types, but the remakes remove the Gastly line's Ground weakness thanks to Levitate, making him even trickier to counter. Furthermore, Shadow Ball now runs off the line's monstrous Special Attack stats, ''especially'' Gengar's.
* StandardStatusEffects: As a Ghost-type user, Morty is naturally fond of these. Two of his Pokémon know Hypnosis, and the other two can use Curse

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* SuddenSequelDifficultySpike: SequelDifficultySpike: Morty was already a tough Gym Leader in the original games due to the generally uncommon weaknesses of Ghost-types, but the remakes remove the Gastly line's Ground weakness thanks to Levitate, making him even trickier to counter. Furthermore, Shadow Ball now runs off the line's monstrous Special Attack stats, ''especially'' Gengar's.
* StandardStatusEffects: As a Ghost-type user, Morty is naturally fond of these. Two of his Pokémon know Hypnosis, and the other two can use Curse
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