History VideoGame / PokemonGoldandSilver

25th Jul '16 5:42:28 PM jameygamer
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* FinalBoss: You actually get two, and TheRival is not one of them. The champion trainer in this game is Lance at the League, but then several more game hours later, you meet [[spoiler:Red of ''Red and Blue'']], who is the TrueFinalBoss of the game and the strongest opponent in the game.



* RecurringBoss: Again, TheRival plays this role, running up and stopping you from proceeding in several spots while forcing you to fight him (TheRival now has his own battle theme instead of the normal trainer battle theme). The last time you run into him in a forced fight is in Mt. Moon in the post-game; he's not the FinalBoss this time (at least, not in the handheld games).

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* RecurringBoss: Again, TheRival plays this role, running up and stopping you from proceeding in several spots while forcing you to fight him him, including as the first trainer battle in the game, and again, whichever starter you pick, he will steal the Pokémon who is strong against it (TheRival now has his own battle theme instead of the normal trainer battle theme). The last time you run into him in a forced fight is in Mt. Moon in the post-game; he's not the FinalBoss this time (at least, not in the handheld games).


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* TrueFinalBoss: You might expect the Elite Four champion, who is Lance (himself the last of the Elite Four bosses in the previous series), to be the final opponent, [[spoiler: but this only ends the first half of the game; after the credits, you can travel through Kanto (the original landscape), and then eventually reach Mt. Silver, where the player character from the previous series, Red, is the final trainer in the game, and the most powerful of the end bosses in the handheld games.]]
25th Jul '16 5:35:16 PM jameygamer
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* BossRush: Again, the Elite Four plus a Champion are the 5 elite trainers at the League one must confront to complete the main game, and again, you must deal with all of them in a row.


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* RecurringBoss: Again, TheRival plays this role, running up and stopping you from proceeding in several spots while forcing you to fight him (TheRival now has his own battle theme instead of the normal trainer battle theme). The last time you run into him in a forced fight is in Mt. Moon in the post-game; he's not the FinalBoss this time (at least, not in the handheld games).
24th Jul '16 3:41:01 PM Darthrai
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* UnfortunateNames: One of the French titles. The non-English European titles of these games aren't properly translated, and [[GratuitousEnglish follow the template of]] "('Gold Version' translated) HeartGold" and "('Silver Version' translated) SoulSilver". In French's case, the names are ''Version Or [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Version Argent [=SoulSilver=]''. And what does the latter spell when it's shortened? [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "ASS"]].

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* UnfortunateNames: One of the French titles. The non-English European titles of these games aren't properly translated, and [[GratuitousEnglish follow the template of]] "('Gold Version' translated) HeartGold" [=HeartGold=]" and "('Silver Version' translated) SoulSilver".[=SoulSilver=]". In French's case, the names are ''Version Or [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Version Argent [=SoulSilver=]''. And what does the latter spell when it's shortened? [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "ASS"]].
24th Jul '16 3:40:32 PM Darthrai
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* UnfortunateNames: The French titles of the games were, for some odd reason, not translated like the others. The proper translation would have been "Coeur d'Or" and "Ame d'Argent", but instead, only the "Gold"/"Silver" part was translated, with the English names added to the end. This leads to the weird names ''Or Heart Gold'' and ''Argent Soul Silver''. And what does the latter spell when it's shortened? [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "ASS"]].

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* UnfortunateNames: The One of the French titles. The non-English European titles of the these games were, for some odd reason, not translated like the others. The proper translation would have been "Coeur d'Or" and "Ame d'Argent", but instead, only the "Gold"/"Silver" part was aren't properly translated, with and [[GratuitousEnglish follow the English template of]] "('Gold Version' translated) HeartGold" and "('Silver Version' translated) SoulSilver". In French's case, the names added to the end. This leads to the weird names ''Or Heart Gold'' are ''Version Or [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Argent Soul Silver''.''Version Argent [=SoulSilver=]''. And what does the latter spell when it's shortened? [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "ASS"]].
20th Jul '16 8:50:16 AM Titus88
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** Falkner is significantly stronger than in the original game. His Pidgeotto is several levels higher and now knows Roost, a move that allows it to recover half of its HP.



* TookALevelInBadass: Falkner is significantly stronger than in the original game. His Pidgeotto is several levels higher and now knows Roost, a move that allows it to recover half of its HP.
20th Jul '16 8:48:03 AM Titus88
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* TookALevelInBadass: Falkner is significantly stronger than in the original game. His Pidgeotto is several levels higher and now knows Roost, a move that allows it to recover half of its HP.
11th Jul '16 4:02:27 PM Karxrida
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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' is present in the games, albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down to one area. It can only be entered it by hacking the activation of the still-present warp tile in the entrance building's door, and Pokémon can still be encountered by surfing in the pound.

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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' is present in the games, albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down to one area. It but it can only be entered it by hacking the activation of the still-present or using a cheat device to reach an otherwise inaccessible warp tile in the walls of the old entrance building's door, building. While the entire area is mapped out, it's also been redesigned to only use up one area and Pokémon can still be encountered by surfing in there are no [[RandomEncounter random encounter]] tables set up for the pound.grass tiles, just the water tiles (and only for surfing).
11th Jul '16 3:54:49 PM Karxrida
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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' is present in the games, [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Beta_Safari_Zone_GSC.png albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down to one area.]] It can only be entered it by hacking the activation of the still-present warp tile in the entrance building's door, and Pokémon can still be encountered by surfing in the pound.

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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' is present in the games, [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Beta_Safari_Zone_GSC.png albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down to one area.]] area. It can only be entered it by hacking the activation of the still-present warp tile in the entrance building's door, and Pokémon can still be encountered by surfing in the pound.
11th Jul '16 3:54:12 PM Karxrida
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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone is still in the game, [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Beta_Safari_Zone_GSC.png albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down.]] You can enter it by hacking the activation of the still-present warp tile in the entrance building's door, and Pokémon can still be encountered by fishing in the pound.

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* DummiedOut: The Fuchsia City Safari Zone from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' is still present in the game, games, [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Beta_Safari_Zone_GSC.png albeit redesigned and heavily stripped down.down to one area.]] You It can enter only be entered it by hacking the activation of the still-present warp tile in the entrance building's door, and Pokémon can still be encountered by fishing surfing in the pound.
8th Jun '16 5:12:59 PM totoofze47
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* GhostTown: Cinnabar Island has become this over the TimeSkip. Because of the volcanic eruption that destroyed most of the town, the inhabitants and Pokémon were forced to flee; the only people who can still be found in Cinnabar reside in the Pokémon Center, the only building that wasn't destroyed.
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