History VideoGAME / PokemonStadium

18th Mar '16 5:29:50 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* {{Irony}}: For all the underleveled, illegally obtainable fully evolved pokemon in Pika Cup, such as Dugtrio, electrode, tentacruel, Muk, Golem, Machamp, Dragonair, Dewgong, as well as the Dragon Rage users in such a low level setting, the most powerful, insurmountably difficult, and mercilessly destructive enemy pokemon you fight in Pika Cup is not only legally obtainable, but one of the easiest pokemon to acquire; a Level 20 Alakazam with Psychic and Thunder Wave. While some of the "illegally obtained" pokemon can be challenging for rentals, the Level 20 Alakazam is the only pokemon in the entire cup that is ''genuinely impossible to beat'' with Rental Pokemon barring miraculous freeze hax that you'll only have one chance at pulling off or else you die. The guides even recommends the player to just use the transfer pack, or pray that you face the level 20 Dragonair instead.

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* {{Irony}}: For all the underleveled, illegally obtainable fully evolved pokemon in Pika Cup, such as Dugtrio, electrode, tentacruel, Electrode, Tentacruel, Muk, Golem, Machamp, Dragonair, Dewgong, as well as the Dragon Rage users in such a low level setting, the most powerful, insurmountably difficult, and mercilessly destructive enemy pokemon you fight in Pika Cup is not only legally obtainable, but one of the easiest pokemon to acquire; a Level 20 Alakazam with Psychic and Thunder Wave. While some of the "illegally obtained" pokemon can be challenging for rentals, the Level 20 Alakazam is the only pokemon in the entire cup that is ''genuinely impossible to beat'' with Rental Pokemon barring miraculous freeze hax that you'll only have one chance at pulling off or else you die. The guides even recommends the player to just use the transfer pack, or pray that you face the level 20 Dragonair instead.
18th Mar '16 5:13:37 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* Irony: For all the underleveled, illegally obtainable fully evolved pokemon in Pika Cup, such as Dugtrio, electrode, tentacruel, Muk, Golem, Machamp, Dragonair, Dewgong, as well as the Dragon Rage users in such a low level setting, the most powerful, insurmountably difficult, and mercilessly destructive enemy pokemon you fight in Pika Cup is not only legally obtainable, but one of the easiest pokemon to acquire; a Level 20 Alakazam with Psychic and Thunder Wave. While some of the "illegally obtained" pokemon can be challenging for rentals, the Level 20 Alakazam is the only pokemon in the entire cup that is ''genuinely impossible to beat'' with Rental Pokemon barring miraculous freeze hax. The guides even recommends the player to just use the transfer pack, or pray that you face the level 20 Dragonair instead.

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* Irony: {{Irony}}: For all the underleveled, illegally obtainable fully evolved pokemon in Pika Cup, such as Dugtrio, electrode, tentacruel, Muk, Golem, Machamp, Dragonair, Dewgong, as well as the Dragon Rage users in such a low level setting, the most powerful, insurmountably difficult, and mercilessly destructive enemy pokemon you fight in Pika Cup is not only legally obtainable, but one of the easiest pokemon to acquire; a Level 20 Alakazam with Psychic and Thunder Wave. While some of the "illegally obtained" pokemon can be challenging for rentals, the Level 20 Alakazam is the only pokemon in the entire cup that is ''genuinely impossible to beat'' with Rental Pokemon barring miraculous freeze hax.hax that you'll only have one chance at pulling off or else you die. The guides even recommends the player to just use the transfer pack, or pray that you face the level 20 Dragonair instead.
18th Mar '16 5:10:54 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* Irony: For all the underleveled, illegally obtainable fully evolved pokemon in Pika Cup, such as Dugtrio, electrode, tentacruel, Muk, Golem, Machamp, Dragonair, Dewgong, as well as the Dragon Rage users in such a low level setting, the most powerful, insurmountably difficult, and mercilessly destructive enemy pokemon you fight in Pika Cup is not only legally obtainable, but one of the easiest pokemon to acquire; a Level 20 Alakazam with Psychic and Thunder Wave. While some of the "illegally obtained" pokemon can be challenging for rentals, the Level 20 Alakazam is the only pokemon in the entire cup that is ''genuinely impossible to beat'' with Rental Pokemon barring miraculous freeze hax. The guides even recommends the player to just use the transfer pack, or pray that you face the level 20 Dragonair instead.
27th Jan '16 8:53:50 PM AuraXtreme
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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: The Scientist in the Prime Cup sometimes specializes in moves like Recover, Rest, and Leech seed. He is fairly tame in round 1 great ball, with some minor annoyances like porygon, though reflect chansey can be a right pain, but in Round 2 Prime Cup Ultra ball, he is possibly the most annoying enemy, as he has Starmie, Alakazam, and Porygon with recover, Chansey with softboiled, snorlax with rest, and Exeggutor with leech seed, all with buffed stats and pokemon compared to round 1.

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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: The Scientist in the Prime Cup sometimes specializes in moves like Recover, Rest, and Leech seed. Seed. He is fairly tame in round 1 great ball, Great Ball, with some minor annoyances like porygon, Porygon, though reflect chansey Reflect Chansey can be a right pain, but in Round 2 Prime Cup Ultra ball, he is possibly the most annoying enemy, as he has Starmie, Alakazam, and Porygon with recover, Recover, Chansey with softboiled, snorlax Aoftboiled, Snorlax with rest, Rest, and Exeggutor with leech seed, Leech Seed, all with buffed stats and pokemon Pokémon compared to round Round 1.
27th Jan '16 6:05:01 AM pgj1997
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* ContinueYourMissionDammit:
** "What's the matter, trainer?"
** "They're staring each other down."
*** "They're eying each other warily."



* IdleAnimation:
** "What's the matter, trainer?"
** "They're staring each other down."
*** "They're eying each other warily."
20th Jan '16 12:38:14 PM AuraXtreme
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* ComMons: You're pretty much guaranteed to run into at least two or three trainers with a Wigglytuff, a Butterfree, or both per tournament in Battle Revolution.

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* ComMons: You're pretty much guaranteed to run into at least two or three trainers with a Wigglytuff, a Butterfree, or both per tournament in Battle Revolution.''Battle Revolution''.
* ConvectionSchmonvection: ''Battle Revolution''[='=]s Magma Colosseum is set just above the lava of an active volcano. The weather can't even be sunny at the start of the battle to show for it.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: The Old Man/Gentleman from the Pokemon Stadium 1 Poke Cup really loves the Dragonite Family, and will always use Dragonair in the Great Ball division, and Dragonite in the Ultra Ball division, but may alternate with another level 55 in the Master Ball. In the Petit Cup, one of the Pokemaniac's strongest pokemon is a Dratini. Strangely subverted with Lance in Round 1, who only uses Dragonair (Probably due to not evolving at level 50, though Stadium 2 plays it straight) and averted with Lance in Round 2, at least with the genuine typing.

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: The Old Man/Gentleman from the Pokemon Stadium 1 first game's Poke Cup really loves the Dragonite Family, and will always use Dragonair in the Great Ball division, and Dragonite in the Ultra Ball division, but may alternate with another level 55 in the Master Ball. In the Petit Cup, one of the Pokemaniac's strongest pokemon is a Dratini. Strangely subverted with Lance in Round 1, who only uses Dragonair (Probably due to not evolving at level 50, though Stadium 2 ''Stadium 2'' plays it straight) and averted with Lance in Round 2, at least with the genuine typing.



** The Stadium 1/2 announcer is very dramatic:

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** The Stadium 1/2 ''Stadium 1/2'' announcer is very dramatic:



** The Battle Revolution announcer gets worked up a lot:

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** The Battle Revolution ''Battle Revolution'' announcer gets worked up a lot:



** [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA6973762B102021B Some more announced moves]] (from Battle Revolution)

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA6973762B102021B Some more announced moves]] (from Battle Revolution)''Battle Revolution'')



* MythologyGag: The Gym Leaders' castle sections reflect a certain AscendedExtra pair from the anime. Brock in the first Stadium game (Round 1) has a Vulpix and has a Forretress in the second game. Misty in the second Stadium game (Round 1) has a Togetic.
** Forretress is an odd case of foreshadowing, as Brock's Pineco hadn't evolved yet in the anime at the time Pokemon Stadium 2 was released.

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* MythologyGag: The Gym Leaders' castle sections reflect a certain AscendedExtra pair from the anime. Brock in the first Stadium game (Round 1) has a Vulpix and has a Forretress in the second game. Misty in the second Stadium game (Round 1) has a Togetic.
** Forretress is an odd case of foreshadowing, as Brock's Pineco hadn't evolved yet in the anime at the time Pokemon Stadium 2 ''Stadium 2'' was released.



* NintendoHard: For both Pokemon Stadium 1 and 2, which are considered to be the hardest Pokemon games in the series, easily surpassing future Battle Tower or other simulations in terms of difficulty, especially in Round 2. ComputerIsACheatingBastard complaints non-withstanding, you canít use healing items like in the original games, the computer can make very accurate predictions, using the correct moves or switch ins, and many enemies utilize various strategies and type coverage. You can bring six pokemon, but you can only use 3 for a 3 vs 3, which is ironically more fair than Battle Tower in that aspect. With duplication clause, Gym Leader castle wonít use a complete team of their specialty type, such as using Gengar and Dragonite, however, they usually always use their signature pokemon alongside wildcards, and tends to have good stats and movepools. If you don't have a transfer pack, you will have to settle for rentals, that are often inferior to many enemies.

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* NintendoHard: For both Pokemon Stadium 1 ''Stadium'' and 2, ''Stadium 2'', which are considered to be the hardest Pokemon games in the series, easily surpassing future Battle Tower or other simulations in terms of difficulty, especially in Round 2. ComputerIsACheatingBastard complaints non-withstanding, you canít use healing items like in the original games, the computer can make very accurate predictions, using the correct moves or switch ins, and many enemies utilize various strategies and type coverage. You can bring six pokemon, but you can only use 3 for a 3 vs 3, which is ironically more fair than Battle Tower in that aspect. With duplication clause, Gym Leader castle wonít use a complete team of their specialty type, such as using Gengar and Dragonite, however, they usually always use their signature pokemon alongside wildcards, and tends to have good stats and movepools. If you don't have a transfer pack, you will have to settle for rentals, that are often inferior to many enemies.



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* PsychicPowers: Sabrina from Gym Leader Castle, and The Psychic trainer from Poke Cup, both of whom uses psychic type pokemon and are especially powerful in Pokemon Stadium.

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* PsychicPowers: Sabrina from Gym Leader Castle, and The the Psychic trainer from Poke Cup, both of whom uses psychic type pokemon and are especially powerful in Pokemon Stadium.''Stadium''.



** Pay close enough attention to every game in the series and you'll notice that they only ever create new models for the new Pokémon. Even in the latest games, Gen I Pokémon still have the same animations as they did in Stadium 1.

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** Pay close enough attention to every game in the series and you'll notice that they only ever create new models for the new Pokémon. Even in the latest games, Gen I Pokémon still have the same animations as they did in Stadium 1.the first ''Stadium'' game.



* TrashTalk: Almost all of the Stadium 2 opponents will taunt you in some way, shape, or form. (The biggest exception being [[TheVoiceless Red]].)

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* TrashTalk: Almost all of the Stadium 2 ''Stadium 2'' opponents will taunt you in some way, shape, or form. (The biggest exception being [[TheVoiceless Red]].)



* VersusCharacterSplash: Before each battle in both Stadium games, Colosseum, XD, and Battle Revolution, you'll see who you get to face and their Pokémon. You and your Pokémon are also shown. Averted in the main story modes of Colosseum and XD.

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* VersusCharacterSplash: Before each battle in both Stadium ''Stadium'' games, Colosseum, XD, ''Colosseum'', ''XD'', and Battle Revolution, ''Battle Revolution'', you'll see who you get to face and their Pokémon. You and your Pokémon are also shown. Averted in the main story modes of Colosseum ''Colosseum'' and XD.''XD''.



* WhatTheHellPlayer: "What would make it attack its OWN TEAMMATE?" In Battle Revolution.

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* WhatTheHellPlayer: "What would make it attack its OWN TEAMMATE?" In Battle ''Battle Revolution.''



** "It's barely hanging on!" In Battle Revolution.

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** "It's barely hanging on!" In Battle Revolution.''Battle Revolution''.
23rd Nov '15 11:09:26 AM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: The Scientist in the Prime Cup sometimes specializes in moves like Recover, Rest, and Leech seed. He is fairly tame in round 1 great ball, with some minor annoyances like porygon, though reflect chansey can be a right pain, but in Round 2 Prime Cup Ultra ball, he is possibly the most annoying enemy, as he has Starmie, Alakazam, and Porygon with recover, Chansey with softboiled, snorlax with rest, and Exeggutor with leech seed, all with buffed stats and pokemon compared to round 1.
28th Oct '15 11:47:35 PM RickTommy
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* AllLowercaseLetters: The names of the Cueball's Pokémon in ''Stadium 1''.
23rd Sep '15 4:32:45 PM rjd1922
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA6973762B102021B Some more announced moves]] (from Battle Revolution)]]

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA6973762B102021B Some more announced moves]] (from Battle Revolution)]]Revolution)
19th Sep '15 11:27:31 PM nombretomado
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* Generation III (NintendoGameCube)

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* Generation III (NintendoGameCube)(UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube)
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