History Fridge / PokemonMysteryDungeon

1st Dec '16 2:17:53 AM 1810072342
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** I think the "Run away and pay" thing is meant to be more towards not running away from a challenge - it's supposed to promote can-doism. Sounds ominous when you put it like that, though.
** What would [[CloudCuckoolander Wigglytuff]] spend that money on, anyway? He doesn't even pay for Perfect Apples!
19th Nov '16 7:42:48 PM FloweyTheFlower006
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**No. [[spoiler: Darkrai]] would have happened anyway. It's because of Jirachi that [[spoiler: the partner found the Relic Fragment, and because of Jirachi that the partner was on the beach that day. That's when he met you, who helped recover the Fragment and started the team.]] In other words, [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Bidoof's wish saved the world,]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming just because he wanted to help someone else.]]
18th Nov '16 4:09:14 AM 1810072342
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* You didn't really rescue that Manaphy egg so much as kidnap it.
18th Nov '16 3:36:21 AM 1810072342
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** It is interesting how the idea of you being a former human in ''Explorers'' is a big deal, and yet there are literally ''no other humans'' anywhere in the game. OhCrap, are you the last of your kind in that game? Are humans now extinct once you transform?




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* In summoning a long series of human to their world in the hopes that one of them can defeat the Bittercold, [[spoiler: Hydreigon]] is basically throwing lives at the problem until it's solved.
* In ''Explorers of Sky'''s first bonus mission, Bidoof uses his wish on Jirachi to wish for a new Guild member that he could be a leader to - which is obviously meant to be you and your partner. So did ''Jirachi'' pull cosmic strings to make the plot happen? Is s/he the real villain here?
12th Sep '16 6:12:00 PM Trialman
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* An example from Super, [[spoiler: it's said that Dark Matter is made up of negative emotions, specifically "hate, sadness, and rage", according to Ampharaos. Now, think about how you feel about your friends being turned into stone, or mind controlled. You'll feel sad for your friends ending up like this, while beginning to hate the entity that caused it, and feel angry. In other words, Dark Matter is a self-feeding force. The fact that it's gone for good is even more satisfying when this is considered.]]
10th Aug '16 8:58:45 PM Kindle4Light
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10th Aug '16 12:41:38 AM Kindle4Light
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** As well as the fact that Grovyle refers to the once-human player as his friend and partner, implying that the player was once a trainer, and Grovyle was his/her Pokemon. It's entirely possible that the player used said TM on Grovyle, if not for the mission than to give him a more diverse move pool for battles.

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** As well as the fact that Grovyle refers to the once-human player as his friend and partner, implying that the player was once a trainer, and Grovyle was his/her Pokemon. It's entirely possible that the player used said TM on Grovyle, if not for the mission than to give him a more diverse move pool for battles.battles.
* Why is [[spoiler:Darkrai]] such an irredeemable, cold-hearted, cowardly villain in [[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers Time/Darkness/Sky]]? [[spoiler:In this universe, the Pokémon all have human-level intelligence. Darkrai didn't start out evil, as shown when he joins your team after the memory wipe. His ability, Bad Dreams, no doubt kept away people. He felt lonely and, eventually, angry at all of the Pokémon whom were able to be surrounded by friends and loved ones. The solitude and seclusion would drive anyone insane, especially over the many years he's implied to have lived. He wanted everyone to share in his despair, hence his plans to corrupt the Gods and plunge the world into eternal darkness. Losing his memories was likely the only way to free himself of all that hatred. A new life that eventually gets friends for him thanks to you.]]
** And now [[spoiler:Dakrai]] has gone from a maniacal and [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans utterly]] [[ForTheEvulz sadistic]] entity to a [[JerkassWoobie sad]] and [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds destructive]] being. Giving [[spoiler:Ghetsis]] the gold medal for worst sentient in the known Pokémon multiverse.
** Nope, [[spoiler:that honour belongs to Purple Eyes from VideoGame/PokemonRanger Guardian Signs. [[MisanthropeSupreme He not only tried to kill every human in existence]], even [[{{God}} ARCEUS]] deems it unsafe for him to be in the mortal plane. Even Ghetsis wasn't whisked off to be judged. [[ParanoiaFuel Yet.]]]]
15th Jul '16 12:14:00 PM SnowyWolf
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** It could also be due to the fact that he would need a quick escape after 'stealing' the Time Gears. Tunneling though the ground sounds like a pretty good escape route. It might even be a reference to Dig's overworld function in the main series.

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** It could also be due to the fact that he would need a quick escape after 'stealing' the Time Gears. Tunneling though the ground sounds like a pretty good escape route. It might even be a reference to Dig's overworld function in the main series.series.
** As well as the fact that Grovyle refers to the once-human player as his friend and partner, implying that the player was once a trainer, and Grovyle was his/her Pokemon. It's entirely possible that the player used said TM on Grovyle, if not for the mission than to give him a more diverse move pool for battles.
11th Jul '16 12:09:24 PM EchoingSilence
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** Or thanks to the fact that you [[spoiler: fix time and prevent the bad future from happening, and Dialga and possibly Arceus let you and Grovyle continue to exist, both you and Grovyle are now paradoxes who exist in two places at once, two with the friends and family since without the bad future you never go there as there was no paralyzed planet to explore. And two with the members of the Pokemon world.]]
18th Apr '16 12:47:17 PM Dewiop
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* When Team Skull is staying at the Guild before the big expedition, if you look at the seating arrangement in the mess hall when the guild members are eating, the player character and his/her partner have to sit next to Team Skull! While they probably wouldn't intentionally stir up trouble in front of Wigglytuff and Chatot at that point, it would probably make for very tense mealtimes for the partner character especially, who is seated right next to Skuntank. The partner character doesn't necessarily know that Team Skull is playing innocent in front of Wigglytuff, and is probably worried about what Skuntank might do, especially if it involves both of them eating next to each other (considering that the infamous Perfect Apples incident involved stolen food, the partner character might be worried about Skuntank snatching his/her food). This could possibly make the timid partner character even more of a potential woobie. And obviously, just sitting next to Skuntank at the dining table is bad enough.

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* When Team Skull is staying at the Guild before the big expedition, if you look at the seating arrangement in the mess hall when the guild members are eating, the player character and his/her partner have to sit next to Team Skull! While they probably wouldn't intentionally stir up trouble in front of Wigglytuff and Chatot at that point, it would probably make for very tense mealtimes for the partner character especially, who is seated right next to Skuntank. The partner character doesn't necessarily know that Team Skull is playing innocent in front of Wigglytuff, and is probably worried about what Skuntank might do, especially if it involves both of them eating next to each other (considering that the infamous Perfect Apples incident involved stolen food, the partner character might be worried about Skuntank snatching his/her food). This could possibly make the timid partner character even more of a potential woobie. And obviously, [[SmellySkunk just sitting next to Skuntank at the dining table is bad enough.]]
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