History Heartwarming / Pokemon

28th Feb '17 2:24:53 PM GavsEvans123
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** The surprisingly poignant credits sequence enhances the effect (particularly the music).

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** The surprisingly poignant credits sequence enhances the effect (particularly the music). The credits show a number of the Pokémon you've caught on your journey. The selection is random, except for the last one, which will always be your starter Pokémon.
29th Jan '17 3:28:48 PM noknown
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* In a special episode starring Brock, a shot of his room shows several photos of all [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Brock_Memories.png his previous traveling companions]]. In a meta sense it also really shows just how long he's been on the anime, even if he received relatively little focus in spite of it.
21st Jan '17 10:59:37 PM karategal
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** Also in [=HeartGold=] and [=SoulSilver=], when you interact with your walking Pokémon and it shows it wants to play or cuddle with you or is even happy just walking beside you.

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** Also in [=HeartGold=] ''[=HeartGold=]'' and [=SoulSilver=], ''[=SoulSilver=]'', when you interact with your walking Pokémon and it shows it wants to play or cuddle with you or is even happy just walking beside you.



* The Pokédex states that Bagon, an adorable baby dragon Pokémon, obsessively dreams of being able to fly, to the point of repeatedly jumping off of cliffs- Its middle stage, Shelgon, has it encased in a shell, undergoing physical changes. And then it emerges as Salamence, a giant dragon with wings, and one of the only Pokémon that can learn Fly through level-up. It got its wish after all! To top it off, most games' Pokédex entries for Salamence are either some variation of "it wished for wings so hard its cellular structure changed to grow them" or... this:

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* The Pokédex states that Bagon, an adorable baby dragon Pokémon, obsessively dreams of being able to fly, to the point of repeatedly jumping off of cliffs- cliffs. Its middle stage, Shelgon, has it encased in a shell, undergoing physical changes. And then it emerges as Salamence, a giant dragon with wings, and one of the only Pokémon that can learn Fly through level-up. It got its wish after all! To top it off, most games' Pokédex entries for Salamence are either some variation of "it wished for wings so hard its cellular structure changed to grow them" or... this:
21st Jan '17 10:54:58 PM karategal
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* After 20 years of fierce rivalry, Red and Blue are shown to be best friends again in ''Sun and Moon'', to the point where [[BashBrothers they're running the post-game Battle Facility together]]. And since Red is just as [[TheVoiceless talkative as ever]], it's Blue who translates and speaks for him, showing a degree of familiarity and warmth that had been missing in earlier games.
21st Jan '17 10:37:19 PM karategal
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* Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald managed to get in ''one'' good moment, namely the sequence at the very end. After you defeat the Champion and talk for a moment, Brendan/May suddenly runs into the room, saying that they want to give the player some advice, unaware that they've already won. He/she then tries to follow you into the next room, and when told that they can't, he/she responds with a very long pause before saying something like, "...If it's the rule, it can't be helped. Congratulations, [name]!".

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* Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald ''Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald'' managed to get in ''one'' good moment, namely the sequence at the very end. After you defeat the Champion and talk for a moment, Brendan/May suddenly runs into the room, saying that they want to give the player some advice, unaware that they've already won. He/she then tries to follow you into the next room, and when told that they can't, he/she responds with a very long pause before saying something like, "...If it's the rule, it can't be helped. Congratulations, [name]!".



* Diamond/Pearl/Platinum. Solaceon Ruins. [[ThePowerOfFriendship "FRIENDSHIP: ALL LIVES TOUCH OTHER LIVES TO CREATE SOMETHING ANEW AND ALIVE."]]
* In Platinum, your rival is dejected after a crushing loss to Jupiter. However, he exacts his revenge when he arrives at Spear Pillar to accompany you in a double battle against Mars and Jupiter. After the battle, he heals your Pokémon.

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* Diamond/Pearl/Platinum.''Diamond/Pearl/Platinum''. Solaceon Ruins. [[ThePowerOfFriendship "FRIENDSHIP: ALL LIVES TOUCH OTHER LIVES TO CREATE SOMETHING ANEW AND ALIVE."]]
* In Platinum, ''Platinum'', your rival is dejected after a crushing loss to Jupiter. However, he exacts his revenge when he arrives at Spear Pillar to accompany you in a double battle against Mars and Jupiter. After the battle, he heals your Pokémon.



* Another one from the third generation--or at least Emerald: after you beat the Elite Four, you can rematch Gym Leaders. After you defeat your father in Petalburg Gym for the second time, the general theme of his lines is that he's SoProudOfYou.

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* Another one from the third generation--or at least Emerald: ''Emerald'': after you beat the Elite Four, you can rematch Gym Leaders. After you defeat your father in Petalburg Gym for the second time, the general theme of his lines is that he's SoProudOfYou.



** In Emerald, if you play as May, Brendan will call you once and ShipTease you when he's talking about Rayquaza.

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** In Emerald, ''Emerald'', if you play as May, Brendan will call you once and ShipTease you when he's talking about Rayquaza.



* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]] [[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[[/note]] Examples:

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* In X ''X and Y, Y'', if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]] [[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[[/note]] Examples:



* In X and Y, at the ending, [[spoiler: AZ finally is reunited with Floette. His reaction to this is beautiful.]]
* In X and Y, there is an old man in a building in Anistar city. He tells the player that his wife has passed away and asks for a low level Pokemon to keep him company. If you give him one and come back to the house after you defeat the Elite 4, you will find a pokeball with the Pokemon you gave him, along with a letter stating that that he has passed away and he thanks you for helping him in his last moments.
* Starting in Generation V onwards, when you go into the PokeCenter for the first time on your birthday, the lights suddenly dim and...no, your game didn't crash. It's Nurse Joy wishing you a happy birthday with Pikachu stickers falling from the ceiling! For the entire day, in every Pokemon Center in the game, the screen behind her displays a birthday cake with candles and a remix of the Pokemon Center's song plays instead of the usual tune.

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* In X ''X and Y, Y'', at the ending, [[spoiler: AZ finally is reunited with Floette. His reaction to this is beautiful.]]
* In X ''X and Y, Y'', there is an old man in a building in Anistar city. He tells the player that his wife has passed away and asks for a low level Pokemon to keep him company. If you give him one and come back to the house after you defeat the Elite 4, you will find a pokeball with the Pokemon you gave him, along with a letter stating that that he has passed away and he thanks you for helping him in his last moments.
* Starting in Generation V onwards, when you go into the PokeCenter Poke Center for the first time on your birthday, the lights suddenly dim and...no, your game didn't crash. It's Nurse Joy wishing you a happy birthday with Pikachu stickers falling from the ceiling! For the entire day, in every Pokemon Center in the game, the screen behind her displays a birthday cake with candles and a remix of the Pokemon Center's song plays instead of the usual tune.
3rd Dec '16 10:38:11 AM mousegold
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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]][[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[/note]] Examples:

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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]][[note]]For Moon]] [[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[/note]] "You"[[/note]] Examples:
3rd Dec '16 10:37:48 AM mousegold
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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]][[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[/note]] Examples:

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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]][[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[/note]] Examples:
3rd Dec '16 10:37:33 AM mousegold
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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. Examples:

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* In X and Y, if you've maxed out your affection with your Pokemon, they love you so much that they can: endure a hit that would've taken them out, shake off a negative status effect, or even have a higher chance of critical hits (though that one can be an problem if you're actually trying to catch the enemy Pokemon), and even adds new battle text. This feature returns in ORAS, as well as [VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]][[note]]For Sun And Moon, replace the HelloInsertNameHere trope with "You"[/note]] Examples:
8th Nov '16 8:42:51 PM WolfThunder
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** Heartwarming/PokemonAnime
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheFirstMovie''
*** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 2000}}''
*** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 3}}''
*** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 4Ever}}''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonHeroes''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonJirachiWishmaker''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonDestinyDeoxys''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonRangerAndTheTempleOfTheSea''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheRiseOfDarkrai''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonGiratinaAndTheSkyWarrior''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheMovieBlackAndWhite''
*** ''Heartwarming/PokemonMewtwoReturns''

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** * Heartwarming/PokemonAnime
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheFirstMovie''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 2000}}''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 3}}''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/{{Pokemon 4Ever}}''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonHeroes''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonJirachiWishmaker''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonDestinyDeoxys''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonRangerAndTheTempleOfTheSea''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheRiseOfDarkrai''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonGiratinaAndTheSkyWarrior''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonTheMovieBlackAndWhite''
*** ** ''Heartwarming/PokemonMewtwoReturns''
16th Oct '16 11:23:46 AM SayaAensland
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-->'''Norman:''' "You went all out and earned that victory... You're a wonderful Trainer! I want my kid to learn from you."\\

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-->'''Norman:''' ---->'''Norman:''' "You went all out and earned that victory... You're a wonderful Trainer! I want my kid to learn from you."\\"
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