History Videogame / PokemonBlackAndWhite

9th Sep '16 1:29:55 PM Darthrai
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* WolverinePublicity: Pikachu makes several cameos as an NPC and as various background objects, while the Driftveil Bridge has the in-universe nickname of "Charizard Bridge". Both Pikachu and Charizard are unobtainable without trading or transferring, even during the postgame.

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* WolverinePublicity: Pikachu makes several cameos as an NPC and as various background objects, while the Driftveil Bridge has the in-universe nickname of "Charizard Bridge". Both Pikachu and Charizard are unobtainable without trading or transferring, even during the postgame. ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' would later treat Lucario in a similar way.
9th Sep '16 1:28:30 PM Darthrai
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* WolverinePublicity: Pikachu makes several cameos as an NPC and as various background objects, while the Driftveil Bridge has the in-universe nickname of "Charizard Bridge". Both Pikachu and Charizard are unobtainable without trading or transferring, even during the postgame.
10th Aug '16 10:58:54 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** For the first time in the series, after you beat the Elite Four, you're allowed to heal and change your team before facing the endgame. There's even a friendly NPC who will teleport you back to the Pokémon Center. GenreSavvy players may actually be at a disadvantage on their first run, having used up all of their rare healing items instead of saving them for the final bosses.

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** For the first time in the series, after you beat the Elite Four, you're allowed to heal and change your team before facing the endgame. There's even a friendly NPC who will teleport you back to the Pokémon Center. GenreSavvy players Players may actually be at a disadvantage on their first run, having used up all of their rare healing items instead of saving them for the final bosses.
30th May '16 9:25:15 PM ADrago
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** In Nacrene Gym one of the children's books you can read is about [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} "Two boys and a girl on a Pokémon Journey"]].


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** In Nacrene Gym one of the children's books you can read is about [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} "Two boys and a girl on a Pokémon Journey"]].
28th May '16 5:28:13 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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*** One that's actually kept in the English version -- in the Nacrene Gym, you fight [[MahouSenseiNegima Scientist Satomi]].

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*** One that's actually kept in the English version -- in the Nacrene Gym, you fight [[MahouSenseiNegima [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Scientist Satomi]].
18th May '16 12:05:56 PM Generality
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* TheManInFrontOfTheMan: N tells the player that he is the king of Team Plasma, meaning that the Seven Sages all defer to him. However, at the end of the game it's revealed that one of the sages, Ghetsis, has been orchestrating everything and had been manipulating N all along and only let him believe he was in charge.
16th May '16 10:45:42 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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There was also an online Japanese release of ''Pokémon Battle Chess: BW Version'', a "[[TabletopGame/{{chess}} chess]] and [[TabletopGame/{{shogi}} shogi]]"-hybrid board game themed after ''Pokémon Black and White'', [[http://www.pokemon-bc.com/battle/ available here]] ([[http://web.archive.org/web/20160304184105/http://www.pokemon-bc.com/document/images/PBC_bw_manual_eng.pdf online gameplay instruction manual]]; [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pokémon_Battle_Chess supplementary information]]).

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There was also an online Japanese release of ''Pokémon Battle Chess: BW Version'', a "[[TabletopGame/{{chess}} chess]] and [[TabletopGame/{{shogi}} shogi]]"-hybrid board game themed after ''Pokémon Black and White'', [[http://www.pokemon-bc.com/battle/ available here]] ([[http://web.archive.org/web/20160304184105/http://www.pokemon-bc.com/document/images/PBC_bw_manual_eng.pdf online gameplay instruction manual]]; [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pokémon_Battle_Chess supplementary information]]).
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15th Apr '16 7:14:13 PM BlackDove
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** Selfdestruct and Explosion no longer treat the target's Defense stat as half the nermal value when damage is calculated. The user is also treated as having fainted ''before'' damage is dealt, meaning they can no longer force a tie and cause the user to lose in a last man 1 vs. 1 situation.

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** Selfdestruct and Explosion no longer treat the target's Defense stat as half the nermal normal value when damage is calculated. The user is also treated as having fainted ''before'' damage is dealt, meaning they can no longer force a tie and cause the user to lose in a last man 1 vs. 1 situation.
14th Apr '16 12:43:41 PM spiritsunami
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* MythologyGag: The games have a lot of throwbacks to the first gen, such as the messed up house, two main regional birds, and home town structure.

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* MythologyGag: The games have a lot of throwbacks to the first gen, such as the messed up house, two main regional birds, house and home town structure.
14th Apr '16 11:51:30 AM spiritsunami
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* FictionalZodiac: These games introduced a fictional zodiac loosely based on the Western one. The mons Incorporated into this are (in order of month) Sawsbuck, Simipour, Alomomola, Whimsicott, Boffulant, Klink, Crustle, Braviary, Gothorita, Scollipede and Fraxure.

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* FictionalZodiac: These games introduced a fictional zodiac loosely based on the Western one. The mons Incorporated incorporated into this are (in order of month) Sawsbuck, Simipour, Alomomola, Whimsicott, Boffulant, Bouffalant, Klink, Crustle, Braviary, Gothorita, Lampent, Scollipede and Fraxure.
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