History VideoGame / PokemonRedAndBlue

29th Jul '16 6:33:46 AM pgj1997
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** Pikachu will [[Recap/PokemonS1E1PokemonIChooseYou distrust the player at first]], but will grow to like the player over time.

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** Pikachu will [[Recap/PokemonS1E1PokemonIChooseYou distrust the player at first]], but will grow to like the player over time. He also doesn't like being in his Poké Ball, and will instead follow the player around.
** Giovanni has [[Recap/PokemonS1E15BattleAboardTheStAnne a Persian on his team]].
27th Jul '16 1:36:19 PM TvTroper20152014
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* DiscOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:Lance, the final Elite Four member who specializes in Dragon-types. He even says that you're the champion, before saying that your rival, the real final boss, has become the champion before you.]]
27th Jul '16 12:04:57 PM PDL
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* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto Pokémon. This will also open up a daycare where you can breed your Pokemon.

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* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto Pokémon. This will also open up a daycare where you can breed your Pokemon. Your reward for traveling through and completing the Sevii Islands is the ability to trade with ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''.
27th Jul '16 11:59:04 AM BeerBaron
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* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: In Pokémon Tower, there is a "purified" square which instantly heals all of your Pokémon. Best of all, it can be used an unlimited number of times, making a great spot for mid-game LevelGrinding.
27th Jul '16 8:04:22 AM PDL
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* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto Pokémon. (You can also find certain Hoenn Pokémon here as well.)

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* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto Pokémon. (You can This will also find certain Hoenn Pokémon here as well.)open up a daycare where you can breed your Pokemon.
27th Jul '16 7:59:59 AM BeerBaron
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** When a Pokémon with evolutionary forms introduced after Generation 1 attempts to evolve, it will automatically stops evolving until the player obtained the National Dex. Though it made the remakes more faithful to the originals, this mechanic proved unpopular, so the later remakes simply adding any evolutionary forms introduced in later generation to the dex and allowing the players to evolve, though items required for evolution were hidden until the post game. Later games let you get those by trading and use them, the Pokemon just won't appear in the Pokedex, this game prohibits that too, and you can't even trade in from the Hoenn games until the post game either (Though nothing stops you from using another Kanto game as an intermediary)
* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto (or Hoenn) Pokémon.

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** When a Pokémon with evolutionary forms introduced after Generation 1 attempts to evolve, it will automatically stops stop evolving until the player obtained the National Dex. Though it made the remakes more faithful to the originals, this mechanic proved unpopular, so the later remakes simply adding any evolutionary forms introduced in later generation to the dex and allowing the players to evolve, though items required for evolution were hidden until the post game. Later games let you get those by trading and use them, the Pokemon just won't appear in the Pokedex, this game prohibits that too, and you can't even trade in from the Hoenn games until the post game either (Though nothing stops you from using another Kanto game as an intermediary)
* ExtendedGameplay: After defeating the Elite Four, the Sevii Islands start opening more so than after Blaine was defeated. The islands are one of the few places in the third generation games where you can capture Johto (or Hoenn) Pokémon.Pokémon. (You can also find certain Hoenn Pokémon here as well.)
25th Jul '16 3:36:03 PM jameygamer
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* BossCorridor: The second battle with Giovanni has a long corridor in front of it, and each stage of the final encounter with the Elite Four except for the battle with the Champion also has a corridor before the room the trainer is in.
25th Jul '16 3:16:48 PM BeerBaron
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** After beating Misty and doing a battle with a Rocket Grunt, you get the TM for the move Dig. It has a Base Power of 100 (essentially an endgame attack), can be taught to a lot of Pokémon, and hits most Pokémon in the game for neutral or super effective damage.
** Depending on your version, you can can catch an Ekans (Red) or Sandshrew (Blue) shortly after exiting Mt. Moon. They evolve at the relatively early level 22, and are helpful against the next several gym leaders after Misty. They lack the high-end power to stick around on your team late in the game, but will make the middle parts somewhat easier.



** After beating Misty and doing a battle with a Rocket Grunt, you get the TM for the move Dig. It has a Base Power of 100 (essentially an endgame attack), can be taught to a lot of Pokémon, and hits most Pokémon in the game for neutral or super effective damage.
** Early on in the game you can find either Ekans (if you own Pokemon Red) or Sandshrew (if you own Pokemon Blue) on Route 4. While neither of them are particularly effective against Misty's team you can easily evolve them into Arbok/Sandslash if you manage to find one that's Level 10-12, since they evolve at Level 22, making them great for taking on Koga (a Poison-type gym leader), Erika (a Grass-type gym leader, if you have Ekans), and Lt. Surge (an Electric-type leader, if you have Sandslash).
25th Jul '16 3:12:11 PM BeerBaron
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* ConvenientWeaknessPlacement: In several locations, you can find Pokémon which are strong against the local gym leader. For example, Diglett's Cave outside of Vermillion City is full of Ground-type Diglett, who are immune to Lt. Surge's Electric-type attacks. Just outside of Celadon City, there is a patch of grass where you can catch either Growlithe or Vulpix (depending on your version,) both Fire-types to counter Erika's Grass-types. In order to get to Cinnabar Island, home of the Fire-type gym leader Blaine, you can pass through the Seafoam Islands, which are full of Water-type Pokémon to counter him.

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* ConvenientWeaknessPlacement: In several locations, you can find Pokémon which are strong against the local gym leader. For example, Diglett's Cave outside of Vermillion City is full of Ground-type Diglett, who are immune to Lt. Surge's Electric-type attacks. Just outside of Celadon City, there is a patch of grass where you can catch either Growlithe or Vulpix (depending on your version,) both Fire-types to counter Erika's Grass-types. In order to get to Cinnabar Island, home of the Fire-type gym leader Blaine, you can you'll need to pass a water route (and optionally through the Seafoam Islands, Islands), which are full of Water-type Pokémon to counter him.
25th Jul '16 1:28:44 PM JohnnyLurg
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** A burglar in Cinnabar Mansion:
-->"A key? I don't know what you're talking about!"
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