History ThatOneLevel / Pokemon

7th Sep '17 5:13:53 AM malter
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* The Reflection Cave is the first cave with random encounters (The Glittering Cave has a certain amount of wild Pokemon that are scripted to come out). There are tons of dead ends, and the worst part is you can find wild Wobbugget here. All Wobbuffet have the ability Shadow Tag, which prevents any non-Ghost-type Pokemon from fleeing the battle or switching out. Its HP happens to be incredibly high enough that Wobbuffet can easily survive and it can use Counter and Mirror Coat to inflict double damage from physical and special attacks respectively. And the majority of the trainer in Reflection Cave cannot be avoided because they're facing at the mirrors, so they will see the player passing by behind them. This place can become a nightmare.

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* The Reflection Cave is the first cave with random encounters (The Glittering Cave has a certain amount of wild Pokemon that are scripted to come out). There are tons of dead ends, and the worst part is you can find wild Wobbugget Wobbuffet here. All Wobbuffet have the ability Shadow Tag, which prevents any non-Ghost-type Pokemon from fleeing the battle or switching out. Its HP happens to be incredibly high enough that Wobbuffet can easily survive and it can use Counter and Mirror Coat to inflict double damage from physical and special attacks respectively. And the majority of the trainer in Reflection Cave cannot be avoided because they're facing at the mirrors, so they will see the player passing by behind them. This place can become a nightmare.
4th Sep '17 7:32:23 PM flamemario12
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* Route 13 is this in SPADES. On the plus side, there are no random encounters. However, they're replaced by digging Pokémon that move in erratic fashions,follow you relentlessly and are immune to repels. Combine that with an easterly wind that slows you down to a crawl (regardless if you walk, run, or use the Roller Skates or Bicycle), and those diggers are nigh unavoidable. And for navigation...well, it's not bad if you're just traveling between Coumarine City and Lumiose City. But have fun finding the Kalos Power Plant, and may Arceus help you if you're brave (or foolish) enough to go hunting for items. And that's not all it's the only place in the entire game where you can evolve Magneton and Nosepass, so if you want Magnezone and/or Probopass on your team or just want to complete your Pokédex, you'll HAVE to return. At least one player has wondered why the Kalos government hasn't just carpet-bombed the entire route.
*** What doesn't make things any better is that the encounters are mostly Dugtrio and Trapinch, both of which sport the infamous Arena Trap ability. Better lead with a Ghost-type or a Flying-type when going through the route. Or catch a Pokémon that has the "Run Away" ability.

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* Route 13 is this in SPADES. On the plus side, there are no random encounters. However, they're replaced by digging Pokémon that move in erratic fashions,follow you relentlessly and are immune to repels. Combine that with an easterly wind that slows you down to a crawl (regardless if you walk, run, or use the Roller Skates or Bicycle), and those diggers are nigh unavoidable. And for navigation...well, it's not bad if you're just traveling between Coumarine City and Lumiose City. But have fun finding the Kalos Power Plant, and may Arceus help you if you're brave (or foolish) enough to go hunting for items. And that's not all it's the only place in the entire game where you can evolve Magneton and Nosepass, so if you want Magnezone and/or Probopass on your team or just want to complete your Pokédex, you'll HAVE to return. At least one player has wondered why the Kalos government hasn't just carpet-bombed the entire route.
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route. What doesn't make things any better is that the encounters are mostly Dugtrio and Trapinch, both of which sport the infamous Arena Trap ability. Better lead with a Ghost-type or a Flying-type when going through the route. Or catch a Pokémon that has the "Run Away" ability.
4th Sep '17 7:31:46 PM flamemario12
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* The Reflection Cave. Good god, the Reflection Cave. It's the first cave with random encounters that you face (The Glittering Cave has a certain amount of wild Pokemon that are scripted to come out). The mirrors make it very hard to see where you're going, there are a ton of dead ends, and the worse part is you can find wild WOBBUFFET here. All Wobbuffet have the ability Shadow Tag, which prevents you from fleeing the battle or even swapping out. It's also incredibly defensive, which means it can easily survive the attacks you have to use to finish the battle and it knows both Counter and Mirror Coat which can reflect your attacks back for DOUBLE DAMAGE. If you run into a wild Wobbuffet, expect to lose at least one Pokemon to it. And did I mention there are still trainers to fight? And majority of those you cannot avoid because they face the mirrors, so they ''will'' see you passing by behind them. This place can become a nightmare.

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* The Reflection Cave. Good god, the Reflection Cave. It's Cave is the first cave with random encounters that you face (The Glittering Cave has a certain amount of wild Pokemon that are scripted to come out). The mirrors make it very hard to see where you're going, there There are a ton tons of dead ends, and the worse worst part is you can find wild WOBBUFFET Wobbugget here. All Wobbuffet have the ability Shadow Tag, which prevents you any non-Ghost-type Pokemon from fleeing the battle or even swapping switching out. It's also Its HP happens to be incredibly defensive, which means it high enough that Wobbuffet can easily survive the attacks you have to use to finish the battle and it knows both can use Counter and Mirror Coat which can reflect your to inflict double damage from physical and special attacks back for DOUBLE DAMAGE. If you run into a wild Wobbuffet, expect to lose at least one Pokemon to it. respectively. And did I mention there are still trainers to fight? And the majority of those you the trainer in Reflection Cave cannot avoid be avoided because they face they're facing at the mirrors, so they ''will'' will see you the player passing by behind them. This place can become a nightmare.
3rd Sep '17 12:16:07 PM YourMomma
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** Poliwrath River is a very frustrating early-game dungeon, especially for any Fire or Water type players/partners. The worst offender of the Pokemon living there, however, is Heliolisk with its ''''motherfucking Razor Wind.''''' It uses up a turn to charge it, and once it's executed, it can and will hit you VERY hard, meaning you're gonna need a lot of wands, Oran Berries, and Reviver Seeds.

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** Poliwrath River is a very frustrating early-game dungeon, especially for any Fire or Water type players/partners. The worst offender of the Pokemon living there, however, is Heliolisk with its ''''motherfucking '''''motherfucking Razor Wind.''''' It uses up a turn to charge it, and once it's executed, it can and will hit you VERY hard, meaning you're gonna need a lot of wands, Oran Berries, and Reviver Seeds.
3rd Sep '17 12:15:47 PM YourMomma
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** Poliwrath River, is a very frustrating early-game dungeon, especially for any Fire or Water type players/partners. The worst offender of the Pokemon living there, however, is Heliolisk with its ''motherfucking Razor Wind.'' It uses up a turn to charge it, and once it's executed, it can and will hit you VERY hard, meaning you're gonna need a lot of wands, Oran Berries, and Reviver Seeds.

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** Poliwrath River, River is a very frustrating early-game dungeon, especially for any Fire or Water type players/partners. The worst offender of the Pokemon living there, however, is Heliolisk with its ''motherfucking ''''motherfucking Razor Wind.'' ''''' It uses up a turn to charge it, and once it's executed, it can and will hit you VERY hard, meaning you're gonna need a lot of wands, Oran Berries, and Reviver Seeds.
3rd Sep '17 12:14:52 PM YourMomma
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** Poliwrath River, is a very frustrating early-game dungeon, especially for any Fire or Water type players/partners. The worst offender of the Pokemon living there, however, is Heliolisk with its ''motherfucking Razor Wind.'' It uses up a turn to charge it, and once it's executed, it can and will hit you VERY hard, meaning you're gonna need a lot of wands, Oran Berries, and Reviver Seeds.
21st Aug '17 10:42:44 AM InfinityRyujin
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** Similarly, if you or your partner is a Fire type, Surrounded Sea will royally screw you over. And it has ''50'' floors. Really, any dungeon that has an overall type advantage against your team turns into one of these.

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** Similarly, if you or your partner is a Fire type, Surrounded Sea will royally screw you over. And it has ''50'' ''20'' floors. Really, any dungeon that has an overall type advantage against your team turns into one of these.
27th Jun '17 12:27:37 AM TallMist
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* Whitney's Miltank. There's a good reason this blasted cow is so infamous.
27th Jun '17 12:20:05 AM TallMist
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* Whitney's Miltank. There's a good reason this blasted cow is so infamous.
22nd Mar '17 10:17:25 PM mcb01932
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** The Worldcore, in which you must play as your partner solo in the postgame in order to [[spoiler: get you to come back to the Pokemon World.]] It is basically every enemy similar to [[spoiler:Munna]]'s gang in the dungeon. Whirlipede can and will eat your Reviver Seeds and Oran Berries with its Bug Bite. Munna (similar to the [[spoiler: Munna from the main storyline]]) can use Yawn and Psybeam on you to inflict Sleep and Confusion respectivley, and Salamence and Chandelure can seriously hit you hard in the face. And Arceus help you if your partner is a Grass type.

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** The Worldcore, in which you must play as your partner solo in the postgame in order to [[spoiler: get you to come back to the Pokemon World.]] It is basically every enemy similar to [[spoiler:Munna]]'s gang [[spoiler:Munna's gang]] in the dungeon. Whirlipede can and will eat your Reviver Seeds and Oran Berries with its Bug Bite. Munna (similar to the [[spoiler: Munna from the main storyline]]) can use Yawn and Psybeam on you to inflict Sleep and Confusion respectivley, and Salamence and Chandelure can seriously hit you hard in the face. And Arceus help you if your partner is a Grass type.
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