History Characters / PokemonGymLeaders

26th May '16 5:54:24 PM Cakeman
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* DisappearedDad: His father was the previous Gym Leader, and the one who gave Falkner his Pokémon. His whereabouts are unknown, though a brief line from Falkner at the Pokemon World Tournament suggests he may have passed.

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* DisappearedDad: [[TheGhost His father father]] was the previous Gym Leader, and the one who gave Falkner his Pokémon. His whereabouts are unknown, though a brief line from Falkner at the Pokemon World Tournament suggests he may have passed.



* SequelDifficultySpike: In ''[=HeartGold=] and [=SoulSilver=]'', his Pidgeotto has received a level spike and can now heal itself with Roost.

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* SequelDifficultySpike: In ''[=HeartGold=] and [=SoulSilver=]'', his Pidgeotto has received a level spike and can now heal itself with Roost.Roost, though it lacks the MudSlap it used to counter Pokemon such as Mareep or Geodude.
24th May '16 12:19:46 PM MagBas
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** Sa'''brin'''a, as in "brain", as in the source of psychic powers and the like. It may also be a reference to ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', which was at the height of its popularity when the Gen I games debuted in America.

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** Sa'''brin'''a, as in "brain", as in the source of psychic powers and the like. It may also be a reference to ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', which was at the height of its popularity when the Gen I games debuted in America.
24th May '16 11:51:49 AM acrobox
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** Sa'''brin'''a, as in "brain", as in the source of psychic powers and the like.

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** Sa'''brin'''a, as in "brain", as in the source of psychic powers and the like. It may also be a reference to ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', which was at the height of its popularity when the Gen I games debuted in America.



%%No, "Sabrina is a Shout Out to 'Sabrina the Teenaged Witch'" does not belong here. Please desist in placing it here.
20th May '16 2:49:29 AM Gadjiltron
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* PoorPredictableRock: Her Gym team has a few problems handling Ghost-types. A single Honedge can practically wall them out.

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* PoorPredictableRock: Her In contrast to the spots of GenreSavvy displayed by other Gym leaders, her Gym team has a few problems handling Ghost-types. cannot deal with Ghost-types, barring Rock Tomb on her Machoke. A single Honedge can practically easily wall them out.the whole team.
20th May '16 2:37:59 AM Gadjiltron
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* PoorPredictableRock: Her Gym team has a few problems handling Ghost-types. A single Honedge can practically wall them out.
9th May '16 12:18:28 AM Kindle4Light
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9th May '16 12:18:26 AM Kindle4Light
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* WrongGenreSavvy: Her Steelix in Gen II has Sunny Day, which would seriously ruin any Water-type attacks you try to hit it with... though it will in turn power up Fire-type attacks, which Steelix is also weak to. Whoops. Gen IV replaces it with the much more logical Sandstorm.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: Her Steelix in Gen II has Sunny Day, which would seriously ruin any Water-type attacks you try to hit it with... though it will in turn power up Fire-type attacks, which Steelix is also weak to. Whoops.[[OutOfTheFryingPan Whoops]]. Gen IV replaces it with the much more logical Sandstorm.
5th May '16 1:33:43 PM TomPhanto
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* AdaptationalWimp: Downplayed. Every remake after ''Red'' and ''Blue'' gives you new ways to beat him if you prefer something other than bulldozing through him with Bulbasaur or Squirtle. ''Yellow'' did most of the heavy lifting, hiding the Fighting-type Mankey west of Viridian city, rearranging the Nidoran family moveset to let them learn Double Kick early on, and allowing Butterfree to learn Confusion upon evolving. ''Fire Red'' and ''Leaf Green'' deliberately provided Charmander with Steel Claw to give him something supereffective against Rock types.

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* AdaptationalWimp: Downplayed. Every remake after ''Red'' and ''Blue'' gives you new ways to beat him if you prefer something other than bulldozing through him with Bulbasaur or Squirtle. ''Yellow'' did most of the heavy lifting, hiding the Fighting-type Mankey west of Viridian city, rearranging the Nidoran family moveset to let them learn Double Kick early on, and allowing Butterfree to learn Confusion upon evolving. ''Fire Red'' and ''Leaf Green'' deliberately provided Charmander with Steel Metal Claw to give him something supereffective against Rock types.



* DishingOutDirt: Of the Rock variety.

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* DishingOutDirt: Of the Rock variety.variety, as his Geodude and Onix are both part-Ground.
27th Apr '16 4:42:44 PM DodgerJ25
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11th Apr '16 2:35:47 PM Lionheart0
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* SempaiKohai: Clair is Lance's younger cousin and his junior. After she refuses to give the protagonist a badge upon being defeated, it takes the Dragon's Den Master threatening to tell Lance to scare her into fulfilling her obligation.
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