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30th May '18 8:59:17 AM DanteVin
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* The Seraphic Weapons in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''. They're only useful for the element they correspond to, and mostly only for fights where you can exploit elemental weaknesses, but they're comparatively easier to obtain and upgrade than the Infinity Plus One Swords detailed below.

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* The Seraphic Weapons in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''. They're only useful for the element they correspond to, and mostly only for fights where you can exploit elemental weaknesses, but they're comparatively easier to obtain and upgrade than the Infinity Plus One Swords detailed below.such as the Bahamut or Xeno weapons.
6th May '18 10:08:36 PM rjd1922
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** Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow]]'', as well as remakes ''VideoGame/PokemonFireredAndLeafgreen''.
** Entei, Raikou, and Suicine in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal]]'', as well as remakes ''[[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Heartgold And Soulsilver]]''.

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** Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow]]'', as well as remakes ''VideoGame/PokemonFireredAndLeafgreen''.
[[VideoGameRemake remakes]] ''[=FireRed=]'' and ''[=LeafGreen=]''.
** Entei, Raikou, and Suicine in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal]]'', as well as remakes ''[[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Heartgold And Soulsilver]]''.''[=HeartGold=]'' and ''[=SoulSilver=]''.



*** The other Third Gen Pseudo-Legendary line, Beldum, Metang, and Metagross, is the odd one out of the Pseudo-Legends. A Steel/Psychic-type line, Metagross resembles a SpiderTank. It's also the first Pseudo-Legendary line without a dual weakness to any type. Much like Tyranitar, it relies more on [[SuperToughness its defenses]] to let it hold up in a fight.
*** ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' introduced one of the most infamous Pseudo-Legends: the Gible, Gabite and Garchomp line. These Dragon/Ground-types were based on the concept of a LandShark. [[LightningBruiser Its outrageously high offenses and speed, as well as surprisingly good defenses and great offensive typing]] led it it swiftly being KickedUpstairs to the unofficial [[GameBreaker Uber tier]].
*** Perhaps to compliment Tyranitar's affiliation with Godzilla, ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' introduced Deino, Zweilous and Hydreigon. Hydreigon, a Dark/Dragon-type, is obviously based on Godzilla's ArchEnemy, King Ghidorah. Unlike most Pseudo-Legends, it excels at Special Attack rather than physical (though its physical Attack is nothing to take lightly). Its great movepool allows it high versatility (it can learn offensive moves from all types but the Grass-type) to perform well at taking out a variety of foes.
*** ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' introduces a rather strange Pseudo-Legendary, in the form of Goomy, Sliggoo, and Goodra. These unusual Dragon-types are {{Blob Monster}}s, but, fitting for their basis, learn plenty of Water-type moves, can heal off status effects in the rain, and only fully evolve in an area that's raining. What's even more unusual is that the line's highest stat is Special Defense- most Psuedo-Legends have an offensive stat as their highest. They're also very friendly and cute (Goomy in particular is quite popular), ending a trend of fearsome psuedo-legendaries.

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*** The other Third Gen Pseudo-Legendary line, Beldum, Metang, and Metagross, is the odd one out of the Pseudo-Legends.Pseudo-Legendaries. A Steel/Psychic-type line, Metagross resembles a SpiderTank. It's also the first Pseudo-Legendary line without a dual weakness to any type. Much like Tyranitar, it relies more on [[SuperToughness its defenses]] to let it hold up in a fight.
*** ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' introduced one of the most infamous Pseudo-Legends: Pseudo-Legendaries: the Gible, Gabite and Garchomp line. These Dragon/Ground-types were based on the concept of a LandShark. [[LightningBruiser Its outrageously high offenses and speed, as well as surprisingly good defenses and great offensive typing]] led it it swiftly being KickedUpstairs to the unofficial [[GameBreaker Uber tier]].
*** Perhaps to compliment Tyranitar's affiliation with Godzilla, ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' introduced Deino, Zweilous and Hydreigon. Hydreigon, a Dark/Dragon-type, is obviously based on Godzilla's ArchEnemy, King Ghidorah. Unlike most Pseudo-Legends, Pseudo-Legendaries, it excels at Special Attack rather than physical (though its physical Attack is nothing to take lightly). Its great movepool allows it high versatility (it can learn offensive moves from all types but the Grass-type) to perform well at taking out a variety of foes.
*** ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' introduces a rather strange Pseudo-Legendary, in the form of Goomy, Sliggoo, and Goodra. These unusual Dragon-types are {{Blob Monster}}s, but, fitting for their basis, learn plenty of Water-type moves, can heal off status effects in the rain, and only fully evolve in an area that's raining. What's even more unusual is that the line's highest stat is Special Defense- most Psuedo-Legends Psuedo-Legendaries have an offensive stat as their highest. They're also very friendly and cute (Goomy in particular is quite popular), ending a trend of fearsome psuedo-legendaries.
5th May '18 8:06:20 AM ReynTime250
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** And as far as ''moves'' go, people tend to gravitate towards attacks with a base power between 75 and 95, even though nearly every type in the game[[note]]Steel is the exception[[/note]] has at least one easily obtainable move whose power is well beyond 100. The reason for passing over such moves is because moves with power stronger than 95 tend to have serious drawbacks, most commonly [[ChargeAttack requiring a turn of doing nothing]], [[CastFromHitPoints losing HP proportional to damage done]], having low accuracy, [[PowerStrainBlackout fainting the user]], or having a limit of 5[[note]]8 with PP Ups[[/note]] uses per battle.

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** And as far as ''moves'' go, people tend to gravitate towards attacks with a base power between 75 and 95, even though nearly every type in the game[[note]]Steel game[[note]]Dark is the exception[[/note]] has at least one easily obtainable move whose power is well beyond 100. The reason for passing over such moves is because moves with power stronger than 95 tend to have serious drawbacks, most commonly [[ChargeAttack requiring a turn of doing nothing]], [[CastFromHitPoints losing HP proportional to damage done]], having low accuracy, [[PowerStrainBlackout fainting the user]], or having a limit of 5[[note]]8 with PP Ups[[/note]] uses per battle.
12th Apr '18 7:52:30 PM infernape612
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*** Orsin's signature axe, Pugi. Picture a throwing axe with high attack power, as much crit as a killer weapon, REALLY accurate, a whopping 60 uses, used by a unit that already gets an insane number of critical hits by himself, including an ability that ensures guaranteed critical during counterattacks. You get this amazing axe in chapter 1, for a unit that you get a large portion of the game to train and make uber who started of with amazing stats even by ''Thracia'''s standards. If the game in general weren't so [[NintendoHard notoriously difficult]], it'd be a bonafide GameBreaker.

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*** Orsin's signature axe, Pugi. Picture a throwing axe with high attack power, as much crit as a killer weapon, REALLY accurate, a whopping 60 uses, used by a unit that already gets an insane number of critical hits by himself, including an ability that ensures guaranteed critical during counterattacks. You get this amazing axe in chapter 1, for a unit that you get a large portion of the game to train and make uber who started of off with amazing stats even by ''Thracia'''s standards. If the game in general weren't so [[NintendoHard notoriously difficult]], it'd be a bonafide GameBreaker.



*** The Brave Lance is the signature weapon of Finn, who returns from ''Genealogy'', a powerful character who joins in Chapter 1 and is only absent during the Manster Prison Break. It is, by far the best out of the three since it gives an additional +10 Luck which works well with his Prayer ability. The only downside for this weapon is the fact that it is unusable indoors, and most of the late game chapters are indoor chapters. That being said, you have no reason not to use it throughout the earlier chapters to help you in capturing and killing some of the tougher opponents in the game.

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*** The Brave Lance is the signature weapon of Finn, who returns from ''Genealogy'', a powerful character who joins in Chapter 1 and is only absent during the Manster Prison Break. It is, is by far the best out of the three since it gives an additional +10 Luck which works well with his Prayer ability. The only downside for this weapon is the fact that it is unusable indoors, and most of the late game chapters are indoor chapters. That being said, you have no reason not to use it throughout the earlier chapters to help you in capturing and killing some of the tougher opponents in the game.
12th Apr '18 7:49:33 PM infernape612
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*** Finn's Brave Lance. He gets it near the beginning of Chapter 2 and instantly stars kicking ass with it. Although Finn leaves at the end of Chapter 3, the Brave Lance can be sold and bought by Ferry, who doesn't leave. She can also pass it down to her daughter Fee, and, like the Silver Sword, it's easy to rack up the necessary 50 kills to grant it the Critical skill. And if you leave it with Finn, he will still have it when he returns in Chapter 7.

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*** Finn's Brave Lance. He gets it near the beginning of Chapter 2 and instantly stars starts kicking ass with it. Although Finn leaves at the end of Chapter 3, the Brave Lance can be sold and bought by Ferry, who doesn't leave. She can also pass it down to her daughter Fee, and, like the Silver Sword, it's easy to rack up the necessary 50 kills to grant it the Critical skill. And if you leave it with Finn, he will still have it when he returns in Chapter 7.
8th Apr '18 12:38:41 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats and, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]], making it helpful for quickly plowing through Olympus Coliseum rounds and general farming with enhanced AreaOfEffect magic.

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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS against Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats and, stats, barring the Diamond Dust you win won from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]], making it helpful for quickly plowing through Olympus Coliseum rounds and general farming with enhanced AreaOfEffect magic.
8th Apr '18 8:57:39 AM DanteVin
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* The Seraphic Weapons in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''. They're only useful for the element they correspond to, and mostly only for fights where you can exploit elemental weaknesses, but they're comparatively easier to obtain and upgrade than the Infinity Plus One Swords detailed below.
1st Apr '18 12:34:59 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats and, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]], making it helpful for quickly plowing through Olympus Coliseum rounds with enhanced AreaOfEffect magic and general farming.

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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats and, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]], making it helpful for quickly plowing through Olympus Coliseum rounds and general farming with enhanced AreaOfEffect magic and general farming.magic.
1st Apr '18 12:34:14 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]].

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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats, stats and, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]].Weapon]], making it helpful for quickly plowing through Olympus Coliseum rounds with enhanced AreaOfEffect magic and general farming.
22nd Mar '18 10:13:59 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss.

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*** If you're interested in maximizing your magic power, Lady Luck is available from Wonderland, after the first battle VS Riku in Hollow Bastion. It has the strongest magic stats, barring the Diamond Dust you win from a difficult BonusBoss. The magic strength matches the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ultima Weapon]].
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