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6th Jul '17 3:22:38 PM Adam43
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* The 4Koma ''Pokémon 4Koma Plaza'' features some Japanese 4Koma about a certain Pokémon. One of them features a Skitty chasing a ball, only to trip over a rock. The Skitty sees stars circling its head after that, and then proceeds to chase the stars.



-->"I'm seeing so may stars, it's like a galaxy!"

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-->"I'm seeing so may many stars, it's like a galaxy!"
* The 4Koma ''Pokémon 4Koma Plaza'' features some Japanese 4Koma about a certain Pokémon. One of them features a Skitty chasing a ball, only to trip over a rock. The Skitty sees stars circling its head after that, and then proceeds to chase the stars.
6th Jul '17 9:49:56 AM Adam43
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* The 4Koma ''Pokémon 4Koma Plaza'' features some Japanese 4Koma about a certain Pokémon. One of them features a Skitty chasing a ball, only to trip over a rock. The Skitty sees stars circling its head after that, and then proceeds to chase the stars.
28th Mar '17 7:52:10 PM Adam43
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** [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Status_ailment This]] page explains the Confusion status in the anime in which it explains what happens when a Pokémon becomes Confused.
19th Feb '17 7:08:56 AM TVMovieGamerDude2005
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* In episode 7 of "Anime/{{Dragon Ball Super}}", One of the character's father sees stars and planets.
-->"I'm seeing so may stars, it's like a galaxy!"
24th Dec '16 8:36:52 PM Adam43
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* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime sometimes features characters seeing circling bird-like Pokémon such as Pidgey or Torchic. Often, it indicates when a Pokémon is succumbing to the effect of the Confusion status. There is also a low chance of circling stars. In one episode in ''Sun/Moon'', though, Ash's Rowlet sees stars after being hit by a super effective attack from Lillie's butler's Oricorio, and then later on, Rowlet sees birds after being knocked out due to impact with Mallow.

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* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime sometimes features characters seeing circling bird-like Pokémon such as Pidgey or Torchic. Often, it indicates when a Pokémon is succumbing to the effect of the Confusion status. There is also a low chance of circling stars. In However, this does not always apply for Confusion at times: in one episode in ''Sun/Moon'', though, Ash's Rowlet sees stars after being hit by a super effective attack Relavation Dance from Lillie's butler's Oricorio, and then later on, not long after, Rowlet sees birds after being knocked out due to impact with Mallow.
22nd Dec '16 6:17:41 AM Adam43
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* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime sometimes features characters seeing circling bird-like Pokémon such as Pidgey or Torchic. Often, it indicates when a Pokémon is succumbing to the effect of the Confusion status. There is also a low chance of circling stars.

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* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime sometimes features characters seeing circling bird-like Pokémon such as Pidgey or Torchic. Often, it indicates when a Pokémon is succumbing to the effect of the Confusion status. There is also a low chance of circling stars. In one episode in ''Sun/Moon'', though, Ash's Rowlet sees stars after being hit by a super effective attack from Lillie's butler's Oricorio, and then later on, Rowlet sees birds after being knocked out due to impact with Mallow.
10th Nov '16 5:43:02 AM Adam43
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* In order to be accurate to the Pokémon games, ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes for confused Pokémon. Sometimes, confused Pokémon see birds flying around their head, with examples being Agatha's Gengar in the ''Yellow'' saga when it gets hit by Professor Oak's Kangaskan's Dizzy Punch and the scamming Bird Keeper's Hoothoot in the ''Gold/Silver'' saga when the effects of Gold's Aipom's (nicknamed Aibo) Swagger kicks in during Gold's challenge to capture the Wooper, thus exposing the Bird Keeper's scam. In ''Diamond and Pearl,'' the birds are replaced by circling Torchic running around the confused Pokémon's head, with examples including Roark's Craindos after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack from Platinum's Piplup and Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.

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* In order to be accurate to the Pokémon games, ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes for confused Pokémon. Sometimes, confused Pokémon see birds flying around their head, with examples being one of Agatha's Gengar in the ''Yellow'' saga when it gets hit by Professor Oak's Kangaskan's Kangaskhan's Dizzy Punch Punch, and the scamming Bird Keeper's Hoothoot in the ''Gold/Silver'' saga when the effects of confusion from the Swagger move Gold's Aipom's Aipom (nicknamed Aibo) Swagger just used on Hoothoot kicks in during Gold's challenge to capture the Wooper, thus exposing the Bird Keeper's scam. In the ''Diamond and Pearl,'' Pearl'' saga, the birds are replaced by circling Torchic running around the confused Pokémon's head, with examples including Roark's Craindos after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack from Platinum's Piplup Piplup, and Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.
10th Nov '16 4:23:57 AM Adam43
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* In order to be accurate to the Pokémon games, ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes for confused Pokémon. Sometimes, confused Pokémon see birds flying around their head, with examples being Agatha's Gengar in the ''Yellow'' saga when it gets hit by Professor Oak's Kangaskan's Dizzy Punch and the scamming Bird Keeper's Hoothoot in the ''Gold/Silver'' saga when the effects of Gold's Aipom's Swagger kicks in during Gold's challenge to capture the Wooper, thus exposing the Bird Keeper's scam. In ''Diamond and Pearl,'' the birds are replaced by circling Torchic running around the confused Pokémon's head, with examples including Roark's Craindos after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack from Platinum's Piplup and Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.

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* In order to be accurate to the Pokémon games, ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes for confused Pokémon. Sometimes, confused Pokémon see birds flying around their head, with examples being Agatha's Gengar in the ''Yellow'' saga when it gets hit by Professor Oak's Kangaskan's Dizzy Punch and the scamming Bird Keeper's Hoothoot in the ''Gold/Silver'' saga when the effects of Gold's Aipom's (nicknamed Aibo) Swagger kicks in during Gold's challenge to capture the Wooper, thus exposing the Bird Keeper's scam. In ''Diamond and Pearl,'' the birds are replaced by circling Torchic running around the confused Pokémon's head, with examples including Roark's Craindos after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack from Platinum's Piplup and Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.
10th Nov '16 4:21:55 AM Adam43
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* ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes. For example, in ''Yellow,'' Agatha's Gengar gets these when it gets hit by Dizzy Punch. Meanwhile, in ''Diamond and Pearl,'' Roark's Craindos sees circling Torchic after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack. In a later chapter, Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) sees circling Torchic after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.

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* In order to be accurate to the Pokémon games, ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes. For example, in ''Yellow,'' sometimes for confused Pokémon. Sometimes, confused Pokémon see birds flying around their head, with examples being Agatha's Gengar gets these in the ''Yellow'' saga when it gets hit by Professor Oak's Kangaskan's Dizzy Punch. Meanwhile, Punch and the scamming Bird Keeper's Hoothoot in the ''Gold/Silver'' saga when the effects of Gold's Aipom's Swagger kicks in during Gold's challenge to capture the Wooper, thus exposing the Bird Keeper's scam. In ''Diamond and Pearl,'' the birds are replaced by circling Torchic running around the confused Pokémon's head, with examples including Roark's Craindos sees circling Torchic after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack. In a later chapter, attack from Platinum's Piplup and Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) sees circling Torchic after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.
27th Jul '16 3:19:51 AM Adam43
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* ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes. For example, in ''Yellow,'' Agatha's Gengar gets these when it gets hit by Dizzy Punch. Meanwhile, in ''Diamond and Pearl,'' Roark's Craindos gets circling Torchic after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack.

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* ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' had this trope sometimes. For example, in ''Yellow,'' Agatha's Gengar gets these when it gets hit by Dizzy Punch. Meanwhile, in ''Diamond and Pearl,'' Roark's Craindos gets sees circling Torchic after becoming confused by a Water Pulse attack.attack. In a later chapter, Diamond's Lickilicky (nicknamed Kit) sees circling Torchic after Sebastian's two Chinchou confuse him with Water Pulse after Sebastian stripped Kit from his Own Tempo with Weepinbell's Gastro Acid.
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