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30th Jul '16 2:17:47 AM technix
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** Bibarel, the evolved form of Bidoof, is extremely versatile with its field moves. Smashing or pushing rocks, slicing trees, even surfing around and climbing up waterfalls. You can cover all your field needs with two of them plus a Staraptor, and all field (except one) moves have STAB on either Bibarel or Staraptor, making them decent hitters too.
** Staraptor, the fully evolved Starly, is a DiscOneNuke that just keep nuking. It can learn two flying type field moves with STAB, a fighting type move that covers its feathered ass, and is generally very versatile.
25th Jul '16 10:04:19 AM matruz
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* For some paleontologists, some types of fossils become this; one example is the Gobi Desert, which is rich with dinosaur bones but fossil enthusiasts who expect find rare dinosaurs will be dissapointed by the ubiquitous amount of ''Protoceratopos'' bones that litter the area.

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* For some paleontologists, some types of fossils become this; one example is the Gobi Desert, which is rich with dinosaur bones but fossil enthusiasts who expect find rare dinosaurs will be dissapointed by the ubiquitous amount of ''Protoceratopos'' ''Protoceratops'' bones that litter the area.
25th Jul '16 10:03:28 AM matruz
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* For some paleontologists, some types of fossils become this; one example is the Gobi Desert, which is rich with dinosaur bones but fossil enthusiasts who expect find rare dinosaurs will be dissapointed by the ubiquitous amount of ''Protoceratopos'' bones that litter the area.
9th Jul '16 8:23:57 AM PeppermintTwist
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* The Mochi species monsters in ''VideoGame/MocoMocoFriends.'' There's three of them per element and just about every dungeon will have one or more of them roaming around.
19th Jun '16 8:04:43 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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The {{Mon}}/card for beginners. Common, that is. In VideoGames, they show up early in large quantities, but quickly grow useless - unless some MagikarpPower is applied and with time and care, you can make some pretty powerful fighters out of them. In trading cards, the cards that are only good for tinder.

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The {{Mon}}/card for beginners. Common, that is. In VideoGames, they show up early in large quantities, but quickly grow useless - unless some MagikarpPower is applied and applied. Then with time and care, you can make some pretty powerful fighters out of them. In trading cards, the cards that are only good for tinder.



Arguably a YMMV trope. As with CharacterTiers, some players don't care about this trope and will use the ComMons all the way through the game.
3rd Jun '16 11:47:36 PM JM1982
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Arguably a YMMV trope. As with CharacterTiers, some players don't care about this trope and will use the ComMons all the way through the game.
28th Apr '16 12:09:05 PM KingLyger
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[[caption-width-right:339:You can only see the GoddamnedBats so many times.]]



Polar opposite of OlympusMons.

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Polar opposite of OlympusMons.
Contrast OlympusMons, which are very rare and very powerful.
25th Feb '16 7:49:55 AM NocturneTheFox
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The {{Mon}}/card for beginners. Common, that is. In VideoGames, they show up early in large quantities, but quickly grow useless - unless some MagikarpPower is applied and with time and care, you can make some pretty powerful fighters out of them. In trading cards, the cards that are only good for firewood.

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The {{Mon}}/card for beginners. Common, that is. In VideoGames, they show up early in large quantities, but quickly grow useless - unless some MagikarpPower is applied and with time and care, you can make some pretty powerful fighters out of them. In trading cards, the cards that are only good for firewood.
tinder.
4th Feb '16 4:11:36 PM Oecchi
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* The ''tantou'' and ''wakizashi'' class characters of ''VideoGames/ToukenRanbu''. They are very easy to find in the first maps of the game but have low HP and limited damage so they are not very useful in higher-level maps. Until the staffs make a map specifically meant for them.

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* The ''tantou'' and ''wakizashi'' class characters of ''VideoGames/ToukenRanbu''.''VideoGame/ToukenRanbu''. They are very easy to find in the first maps of the game but have low HP and limited damage so they are not very useful in higher-level maps. Until the staffs make a map specifically meant for them.
23rd Jan '16 3:02:05 PM poi99
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* Played straight in the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' card game, where you start with a crappy collection of cards and then have to play other people and sift through their horde of bad cards to get one of the few worth having.
** However, the whole point of playing cards in the game is for refining said cards into items, so every card has some sort of use.

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* Played straight in the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' card game, where you start with a crappy collection of cards and then have to play other people and sift through their horde of bad cards to get one of the few worth having.
** However,
having. That said, the whole point of playing cards in the game is for refining said cards can also be refined into items, so every card has at least some sort of use. use.
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