History VideoGame / PokemonDiamondAndPearl

7th Feb '16 9:26:17 PM Auridine
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* LostWoods: Eterna Forest is a natural maze with its tick trees. On your first visit you team up with a trainer named Cheryl and every battle is fought as a double battle.
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* LostWoods: Eterna Forest is a natural maze with its tick thick trees. On your first visit you team up with a trainer named Cheryl and every battle is fought as a double battle.
7th Feb '16 9:22:28 PM Auridine
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* CosmicHorrorReveal: Cyrus, the BigBad takes this UpToEleven by attempting to destroy and re-create the entire '''universe''' as he sees fit. He does this by imprisoning three legendary Pokemon (Azelf, Uxie, and Mesprit) in order to create an object called the "Red Chain" which he then uses to summon Dialga and Palkia (who happen to be the God of Time and God of Space respectively). Cyrus then attempts to use their power to bend reality and reshape the universe in his image. In ''Pokemon Platinum'', this causes Giratina (a ghostly dragon-god living in an alternate dimension) to become enraged and drags Cyrus into its world ([[EldritchLocation a bizarre real where the laws of physics and so forth are far beyond human understanding. Appropriately, it's called the "Distortion World"]]). And, once again, it's up to the player to save the day.
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* CosmicHorrorReveal: Cyrus, the BigBad takes this UpToEleven by attempting to destroy and re-create the entire '''universe''' as he sees fit. He does this by imprisoning three legendary Pokemon (Azelf, Uxie, and Mesprit) in order to create an object called the "Red Chain" which he then uses to summon Dialga and Palkia (who happen to be the God of Time and God of Space respectively). Cyrus then attempts to use their power to bend reality and reshape the universe in his image. In ''Pokemon Platinum'', this causes Giratina (a ghostly dragon-god living in an alternate dimension) to become enraged and drags Cyrus into its world ([[EldritchLocation a bizarre real realm where the laws of physics and so forth are far beyond human understanding. Appropriately, it's called the "Distortion World"]]). And, once again, it's up to the player to save the day.
24th Jan '16 12:43:26 PM GrammarNavi
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* BreakoutCharacter: Lucario's popularity surged to the point where it essentially became the mascot of the Generation. It got a movie focusing on it, was included in SuperSmashBros as a playable character, and was even given a [[SuperMode Mega Evolution]] in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY''.
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* BreakoutCharacter: Lucario's popularity surged to the point where it essentially became the mascot of the Generation. It got a movie focusing on it, was included in SuperSmashBros ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' as a playable character, and was even given a [[SuperMode Mega Evolution]] in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY''.

** Route 210 is blocked by a group Psyduck, in which you could've defeated easily, but instead you have to get a Secret Potion because they have headaches.
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** Route 210 is blocked by a group of Psyduck, in which you could've defeated easily, but instead you have to get a Secret Potion because they have headaches.
19th Jan '16 3:31:50 PM Siggu
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: The Galactic Grunt that guards the door to the Valley Windworks building has one moment that ruins his otherwise moment of [[GenreSavvy Genre Savviness]]. Retreating inside and locking the door would have been a great idea had he ''not'' stated another Grunt had a copy of the key...
15th Jan '16 7:40:04 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* EternalEngine: The Feugo Ironworks is a factory where Oreburgh's coal is refined into mechanical parts. As part of an optional sidequest, the player can visit Mr. Feugo who will reward with an item.

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* LethalLavaLand: Stark Mountain in Platinum. Being an active volcano it has pools of lava and is home to the legendary Pokémon Heatran.
8th Jan '16 6:25:58 PM KOman
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* TempleOfDoom: The Solaceon Ruins. The player can encounter and catch Unwon here and the more caught, the deeper into the ruins the player can go.
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* TempleOfDoom: The Solaceon Ruins. The player can encounter and catch Unwon Unown here and the more caught, the deeper into the ruins the player can go.
1st Jan '16 6:57:25 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* TempleOfDoom: The Solaceon Ruins. The player can encounter and catch Unwon here and the more caught, the deeper into the ruins the player can go.
31st Dec '15 8:35:45 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ConsoleCameo: This time both playable characters and Barry have a Wii in their room. Additionally a Wii is one of the items available as a decoration in the player's Underground Secret Bases, simply called a "game system".
31st Dec '15 4:06:31 PM Karxrida
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Not necessary and Natter.
* DifficultySpike: The Elite Four and Champion are ''much'' harder compared to the eight Sinnoh Gym Leaders, due to a sizable level difference between them and the trainers in Victory Road which may leave your team under-leveled if you didn't do any LevelGrinding. It's actually about equal to [[PokemonRedAndBlue Gen I]]'s level curve, but the A.I. is much more competent now. ** ''Platinum'' fixes this somewhat by lowering their levels to somewhat more reasonable ones.
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* DifficultySpike: The Elite Four and Champion are ''much'' harder compared to the eight Sinnoh Gym Leaders, due to a sizable level difference between them and the trainers in Victory Road which may leave your team under-leveled if you didn't do any LevelGrinding. It's actually about equal to [[PokemonRedAndBlue Gen I]]'s level curve, but the A.I. is much more competent now. ** ''Platinum'' fixes this somewhat by lowering their levels to somewhat more reasonable ones.levels.
31st Dec '15 3:56:25 PM KOman
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* DifficultySpike: The Elite Four and Champion are ''much'' harder compared to the eight Sinnoh Gym Leaders, due to a sizable level difference between them and the trainers in Victory Road which may leave your team under-leveled if you didn't do any LevelGrinding.
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* DifficultySpike: The Elite Four and Champion are ''much'' harder compared to the eight Sinnoh Gym Leaders, due to a sizable level difference between them and the trainers in Victory Road which may leave your team under-leveled if you didn't do any LevelGrinding. It's actually about equal to [[PokemonRedAndBlue Gen I]]'s level curve, but the A.I. is much more competent now.
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