History Funny / PokemonRubyAndSapphire

10th Nov '16 11:37:24 PM Ozimul
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*** The background music even turns itself down while he's taking the call!
28th Sep '16 3:56:12 AM Gravityman
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* When Courtney shows up to [[spoiler:apologize to Maxie for going off the deep end]] during the ending of the Delta Episode in ''Omega Ruby'', the awkward silence between them drags on for so long that Tabitha eventually just yells at them to get on with it.

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* When Courtney shows up to [[spoiler:apologize to Maxie for going off the deep end]] during the ending of the Delta Episode in ''Omega Ruby'', the awkward silence between them drags on for so long that Tabitha eventually just yells at them to get on with it.it.
* Riding around on the Mach Bike with the Pokemon-Amie app open will cause your selected Pokemon's icon to go tumbling around the screen.
26th Sep '16 5:29:10 PM BossKey
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* The TrapDoor mechanic in the Lavaridge Gym returns here. Brendan's reaction when he falls down one is priceless.

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* The TrapDoor mechanic in the Lavaridge Gym returns here. Brendan's reaction when he falls down one is priceless.priceless.
* When Courtney shows up to [[spoiler:apologize to Maxie for going off the deep end]] during the ending of the Delta Episode in ''Omega Ruby'', the awkward silence between them drags on for so long that Tabitha eventually just yells at them to get on with it.
10th Aug '16 11:13:41 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The Magma and Aqua grunts being GenreSavvy when they fight you. Their dialogue indicates that you fight each one at least twice, because they remember the thrashing they took the first, and sometimes second times. They know ''damn well'' that they can't beat you. They know it is futile to even try, and yet they still do.

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* The Magma and Aqua grunts being GenreSavvy when they fight you. Their dialogue indicates that you fight each one at least twice, because they remember the thrashing they took the first, and sometimes second times. They know ''damn well'' that they can't beat you. They know it is futile to even try, and yet they still do.
28th Jun '16 5:38:29 AM Elizafox
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* There is a triathlete on Route 117 who keeps running back and forth claiming he is in a race. After he is defeated, he claims he have "dropped to last during that battle." Yet, when rebattled, he claims he's comfortably in the lead. All of this ignores the fact he is the '''only''' triathlete ''on the entire route''. Is he racing against himself? Or is this a case of [[Gameplay and Story Segregation}}?

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* There is a triathlete on Route 117 who keeps running back and forth claiming he is in a race. After he is defeated, he claims he have "dropped to last during that battle." Yet, when rebattled, he claims he's comfortably in the lead. All of this ignores the fact he is the '''only''' triathlete ''on the entire route''. Is he racing against himself? Or is this a case of [[Gameplay {{Gameplay and Story Segregation}}?
28th Jun '16 5:38:10 AM Elizafox
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* There is a triathlete on Route 117 who keeps running back and forth, yet claiming he is in a triathlon. After he is defeated, he claims he "dropped to last during that battle." When rebattled, he claims he's comfortably in the lead. All of this ignores the fact he is the '''only''' triathlete ''on the entire route''. Is he racing against himself?

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* There is a triathlete on Route 117 who keeps running back and forth, yet forth claiming he is in a triathlon. race. After he is defeated, he claims he have "dropped to last during that battle." When Yet, when rebattled, he claims he's comfortably in the lead. All of this ignores the fact he is the '''only''' triathlete ''on the entire route''. Is he racing against himself?himself? Or is this a case of [[Gameplay and Story Segregation}}?
28th Jun '16 5:35:57 AM Elizafox
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* There is a triathlete on Route 117 who keeps running back and forth, yet claiming he is in a triathlon. After he is defeated, he claims he "dropped to last during that battle." When rebattled, he claims he's comfortably in the lead. All of this ignores the fact he is the '''only''' triathlete ''on the entire route''. Is he racing against himself?
22nd Jun '16 3:29:10 AM Mister6
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* One of the possible special skills a Secret Base Pal can have is "Tell me my fortune". Choosing this gives you a random MAX O-Power all the while the Secret Base Pal acts in character to their trainer class in order to "tell your fortune". Besides the fairly obvious and appropriate Hex Maniacs, the possible classes that can use this secret base skills include at least the Swimmers (they speak about swimming against the current and pulling your fortune out of their trunks), Guitarists (they apparently play a melody in order to grant your fortune), Lasses (they do a bit of word play involving the word "Lass") and Poké Maniacs (They pretend that your fortune's in their costume, then act "in-character" by roaring[[note]]Poké Maniacs are depicted as men wearing a partial costume of a nondescript Pokémon within the game[[/note]]).

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* One of the possible special skills a Secret Base Pal can have is "Tell me my fortune". Choosing this gives you a random MAX O-Power all the while the Secret Base Pal acts in character to their trainer class in order to "tell your fortune". Besides the fairly obvious and appropriate Hex Maniacs, the possible classes that can use this secret base skills include at least the Swimmers (they speak about swimming against the current and pulling your fortune out of their trunks), Guitarists (they apparently play a melody in order to grant your fortune), Lasses (they do a bit of word play involving the word "Lass") and Poké Maniacs (They pretend that your fortune's in their costume, then act "in-character" by roaring[[note]]Poké Maniacs are depicted as men wearing a partial costume of a nondescript Pokémon within the game[[/note]]).Charizard costume[[/note]]).
16th Jun '16 10:19:07 AM treehugger0369
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*** Even funnier is that the fee is only 50 Pokedollars, a quarter of the cost of one Pokeball. Grunt pay must be really bad if even that's too much. Especially since, if you do try to enter without enough for the fee after they do, [[DevelopersForesight you'll learn that they managed to get in without it and you're assumed to be with them.]]
12th Mar '16 12:16:16 PM Nick98
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* For Spanish players there's the scene in Route 118 where either Latios or Latias comes asking for help. Its presence is announced by a cry which the subtitles describe as [[PokemonSpeak "tioooos" or "tiaaaas"]]. Hilariously, "tios" (and its femenine form "tias") [[InMyLanguageThatSoundsLike is a colloquial term in Spain]], which could be translated as "guys" or "dudes". Hence, for a Spanish player, it looks like Latios or Latias is saying to Steven and the player "hey, guys, what's up?".

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* For Spanish players there's the scene in Route 118 where either Latios or Latias comes asking for help. Its presence is announced by a cry which the subtitles describe as [[PokemonSpeak "tioooos" or "tiaaaas"]]. Hilariously, "tios" (and its femenine form "tias") [[InMyLanguageThatSoundsLike is a colloquial term in Spain]], which could be translated as "guys" or "dudes". Hence, for a Spanish player, it looks like Latios or Latias is saying to Steven and the player "hey, guys, what's up?". [[FridgeBrilliance Take note, both the Latis can communicate with humans via telepathy according to the Pokédex, so that doesn't seem exactly farfetched.]]
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