History Videogame / PokemonXAndY

7th Feb '16 2:50:49 PM 8BrickMario
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** Sending out a Pokémon at level 3 affection may bring up the message "[Pokémon] really wants some time to play with [Trainer]."
6th Feb '16 4:51:18 AM Spanks
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** You also can't send a Steel-Type on any Ghost or Dark-Type attacker and expect to StoneWall it. Steel has lost it's resistances to Ghost and Dark, so it may not be able to hold off their assaults as well as it should. This bit Steel/Psychic Types like Metagross and Bronzong ''really'' hard.
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** You also can't send a Steel-Type on any Ghost or Dark-Type attacker and expect to StoneWall it. The type chart has been revised and Steel has lost it's resistances resistance to Ghost and Dark, so it may not be able to hold off their assaults as well as it should. did in the past. This bit Steel/Psychic Types like Metagross Metagross, Jirachi, and Bronzong ''really'' hard.
4th Feb '16 10:30:26 AM 8BrickMario
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* EverythingsBetterWithPlushies: The Poké Fan trainer class, who carry dolls of Pokemon, including, confusingly, a Banette...a Pokémon who [[{{Irony}} happens to be a haunted doll.]]
4th Feb '16 5:21:16 AM 8BrickMario
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* BigEater: A little boy in Shalour City tells the player that he wants to show off his awesomeness in eating contests.
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* BigEater: BigEater: ** A little boy in Shalour City tells the player that he wants to show off his awesomeness in eating contests.contests. ** This applies to every Pokémon, for in Amie, each one will keep eating until they're too full to eat any more.

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* BigEater: A little boy in Shalour City tells the player that he wants ** Using Pokémon-Amie with Pokémon you've maxed out on affection, as you aren't required to show off his awesomeness in eating contests.maintain its stats. However, it's just nice to play with your friends and helpers and reward them after a tough battle or two.
3rd Feb '16 1:45:10 PM 8BrickMario
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** Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, slimy Pokémon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either would be a danger to the Trainer.
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** Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, gel-like Pokemon such as Frillish and Solosis will give you a blue cursor with bubbly/smooth noises, slimy Pokémon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic burning/frozen/sharp/electic Pokémon will can hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either would be a danger to the Trainer.
3rd Feb '16 11:03:54 AM Schezoroark
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Why did you remove the slimy part?
** Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, Pokémon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either would be a danger to the Trainer.
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** Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, slimy Pokémon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either would be a danger to the Trainer.
2nd Feb '16 1:44:21 PM 8BrickMario
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* Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, slimy pokemon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either is a danger to the Trainer.
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* ** Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, slimy pokemon Pokémon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either is would be a danger to the Trainer.
2nd Feb '16 12:11:28 PM 8BrickMario
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** Likewise, Pumpkaboo's and Gourgeist's pumpkin holes glow at night, like an actual Jack-o'-lantern.
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** Likewise, Pumpkaboo's Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist's pumpkin carved holes glow at night, like an actual Jack-o'-lantern.

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** Likewise, Pumpkaboo's * Pokémon-Amie adds this, too. Petting certain parts of Ghost-type Pokémon will cause your hand to phase through their ghostly matter, slimy pokemon will slow down your cursor with a goopy noise, and Gourgeist's pumpkin holes glow at night, burning/electic Pokémon will hurt you. Some other touches tie into the established information, like an actual Jack-o'-lantern.Honedge discouraging you from touching its tassel or Espurr for its ears, as petting either is a danger to the Trainer.
31st Jan '16 10:56:25 PM Karxrida
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Gym Freaks' host, April, will compliment/fangirl over several gym leaders' good looks, regardless of gender. * AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: From taking care and interacting with your Pokémon, players suddenly shift into a third-person shooting game with Super Training. ** Also, Inversed Battles. As the name suggests, the resistances and weakness are inverted (immunities become weaknesses). This means Steel goes from the best defensive type to the worst, while Normal hits everything for at least neutral damage. ---> Website/{{Smogon}} user: ''[[InfinityPlusOneElement Inverse normal is pre-Gen VI Dragon on crack.]]''
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* AmbiguouslyBi: Gym Freaks' host, April, will compliment/fangirl over several gym leaders' Gym Leaders' good looks, regardless of gender. * AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: From taking care and interacting with your Pokémon, players suddenly shift into a third-person shooting game with Super Training. ** Also, Inversed Battles. As the name suggests, the resistances and weakness are inverted (immunities become weaknesses). This means Steel goes from the best defensive type to the worst, while Normal hits everything for at least neutral damage. ---> Website/{{Smogon}} user: ''[[InfinityPlusOneElement Inverse normal is pre-Gen VI Dragon on crack.]]''gender.

* AwesomeButImpractical: The Sushi High Roller's reward for beating all the trainers without fainting and wasting any turns is ''25 Big Nuggets''. Unfortunately, even if you score them, you will still end up at a 220,000 loss out of the 500,000 Pokédollars you paid to take part. ** The only way to turn out profit from this is to use Lv. 3 O-Power, Happy Hour and Amulet Coin/Luck Incense, then sell all Big Nuggets (this will give you a profit of around 100k, not counting the discount for style), making it more of DifficultButAwesome.

* BadassAdorable: The Fairy-type is made of this, being super effective against and immune to [[InfinityMinusOneSword Dragons]], strong and resistant to both [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Fighting-]] and [[CombatPragmatist Dark-]]types, and having only two rather [[ColdIron uncommonly used]] [[PoisonousPerson weaknesses]]. ** KillerRabbit: They could count as this, considering the cute sounding type and the mons associated along with their type strengths.
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* BadassAdorable: The Fairy-type is made of this, being super effective tend to be cute, but they have an advantage against Dragon-, Fighting-, and immune to [[InfinityMinusOneSword Dragons]], strong and resistant to both [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Fighting-]] and [[CombatPragmatist Dark-]]types, and having only two rather [[ColdIron uncommonly used]] [[PoisonousPerson weaknesses]]. ** KillerRabbit: They could count as this, considering Dark-types on the cute sounding type and the mons associated along with their type strengths.ElementalRockPaperScissors.

** In one of [[spoiler:Looker's]] sidequests, there's a woman who speaks only in Japanese (English in the non-English languages) - and [[spoiler:Looker]] fails at translation. Thankfully, another NPC is much better at Japanese and is far more helpful for the mission. *** Also helpful is the fact [[spoiler:there is an Espurr nearby that shares its power with you, to be able to read the woman's thoughts.]]
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** In one of [[spoiler:Looker's]] sidequests, there's a woman who speaks only in Japanese (English ([[KeepItForeign English in the non-English languages) languages]]) - and [[spoiler:Looker]] fails at translation. Thankfully, another NPC is much better at Japanese and is far more helpful for tells you the mission. *** Also helpful is the fact [[spoiler:there is an Espurr nearby that shares its power with you, to be able to read the woman's thoughts.]]short version of what's wrong.
31st Jan '16 10:31:10 PM Karxrida
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The National Pokédex has a slider on the side that categorizes Pokémon by their generation of origin, going from Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink, and then White for Gen VI. The pokedex entry is also the same color as the generation it represents.
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The National Pokédex has a slider on the side that categorizes Pokémon by their generation of origin, going from Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink, and then White for Gen VI. The pokedex Pokédex entry is also the same color as the generation it represents.

* TheFairFolk: A few Fairy-type Pokémon could be described as such. Gardevoir appears to be a classical glamourous fae, though just like all other times, Gardevoir's PokéDex entry says it is [[UndyingLoyalty utterly dedicated to protecting its trainer]].[[note]]of course, if you were someone who wanted to ''harm'' its trainer...[[/note]] Closer to traditional fairies are Mawile (called the Deceiver Pokémon, no less, and quite vicious) and Whimsicott (a trickster sprite, reflected in its Prankster ability). Discussed by a Fairy Tale Girl NPC on Route 15, who says that the fairies cuteness is the most terrifying thing about them.
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* TheFairFolk: A few Fairy-type Pokémon could be described as such. Gardevoir appears to be a classical glamourous fae, though just like all other times, Gardevoir's PokéDex Pokédex entry says it is [[UndyingLoyalty utterly dedicated to protecting its trainer]].[[note]]of course, if you were someone who wanted to ''harm'' its trainer...[[/note]] Closer to traditional fairies are Mawile (called the Deceiver Pokémon, no less, and quite vicious) and Whimsicott (a trickster sprite, reflected in its Prankster ability). Discussed by a Fairy Tale Girl NPC on Route 15, who says that the fairies cuteness is the most terrifying thing about them.

** Berry growing is back! ''Yay'', right? Not exactly. On one hand, you ''do'' get one centralized location to plant massive Berry crops, and all you have to do is occasionally check up on them to control weeds and Bug Pokémon, but acquiring new Berries can be rather difficult: You can get a few free off of trees along routes, while others you are given by NPC's or (rarely) held by wild Pokémon. You can also crossbreed to get rarer berries if you plant different kinds together[[note]](hint: the free Oran and Pecha berries you're first given can crossbreed to make Qualots)[[/note]], but with over 30 types of berries [[note]](and over 500 potential combinations between them)[[/note]] the only way to discover the hybrid recipes is either through trial and error, or by looking it up in a guide.
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** The hybrid Berry growing is back! ''Yay'', right? Not exactly. On one hand, recipes either require trial-and-error or a guide, because the game's not going to tell you ''do'' get one centralized location to plant massive Berry crops, and all you have to do is occasionally check up on them to control weeds and Bug Pokémon, but acquiring new Berries can be rather difficult: You can get a few free off of trees along routes, while others you there are given by NPC's or (rarely) held by wild Pokémon. You can also crossbreed to get rarer berries if you plant different kinds together[[note]](hint: the free Oran and Pecha berries you're first given can crossbreed to make Qualots)[[/note]], but with over 30 types of berries [[note]](and over 500 potential combinations between them)[[/note]] the only way to discover the hybrid recipes is either through trial and error, or by looking it up in a guide.possible combinations.

** Par for the course, how to evolve certain Pokémon. ''X'' and ''Y'' add such fun conditions as ''holding the 3DS upside down'' or ''having another Pokémon with a specific type in the party''. Sylveon's true evolution method wasn't discovered until a week after the game released; It was previously thought to require maximum affection in Amie, but it actually requires only two affection hearts ''and'' knowing a Fairy-type move. *** Sliggoo's evolution into Goodra deserves special mention. Even if you figure out that a sign that mentions a Pokémon that evolves in the rain is referring to Sliggoo, you have no way of knowing that it needs to be raining in the overworld; Rain Dance and Drizzle won't cut it. And finding rain is a LuckBasedMission... ** Finding Mega Stones postgame. It doesn't help that the Mega Ring's ability to detect hidden Mega Stones is limited to ''one hour per day'' (and even more specifically, ''between 8 and 9 PM'', when the in-game sunset illuminates the sundial at Anistar City), and some of them are hidden in very unexpected locations, like [[spoiler:in the Cyllage Gym -- more specifically, it's located in the dead end of one of the paths you can take.]] ** Speaking of Mega Evolutions, a Pokémon still acts on the same speed as its previous evolution on the same turn it Mega Evolves. There is nothing from Korrina or her grandfather mentioning this, and anyone who isn't aware is likely wondering why their speed-boosted Megas get outsped and knocked out when they Mega Evolve. ** How to get to the Boss in the Lost Hotel. [[spoiler:You have to talk to four roller skaters in Lumiose City and learn new skating tricks before you can meet the Boss.]] ** How to easily avoid the wild Pokémon encounters on Route 13: The Pokémon only moves when you move, and disappears a bit after it appears. Therefore, the best way to avoid them is to stand still until they disappear.
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** Par for the course, how to Several new Pokémon evolve certain Pokémon. ''X'' and ''Y'' add such fun under specific conditions not mentioned in the games, such as ''holding Inkay evolving into Malamar only if it hits level 30 and you hold the 3DS upside down'' or ''having another Pokémon with a specific type in down. ** The locations of the party''. Sylveon's true evolution method wasn't discovered until a week after the game released; It was previously thought to require maximum affection in Amie, but it actually requires only two affection hearts ''and'' knowing a Fairy-type move. *** Sliggoo's evolution into Goodra deserves special mention. Even if you figure out that a sign that mentions a Pokémon that evolves in the rain is referring to Sliggoo, you have no way of knowing that it needs to be raining in the overworld; Rain Dance and Drizzle won't cut it. And finding rain is a LuckBasedMission... ** Finding Mega Stones postgame. It doesn't help that the Mega Ring's ability to detect hidden Mega Stones is limited to ''one hour per day'' (and even more specifically, ''between 8 and 9 PM'', when the in-game sunset illuminates the sundial at Anistar City), and some of them are hidden can be in very unexpected locations, like [[spoiler:in obscure places such as the inside of the Cyllage Gym -- more specifically, it's located in the at a dead end of one of the paths you can take.]] ** Speaking of Mega Evolutions, a Pokémon still acts on the same speed as its previous evolution on the same turn it Mega Evolves. There is nothing from Korrina or her grandfather mentioning this, end, and anyone who isn't aware is likely wondering why their speed-boosted Megas get outsped and knocked out when they Mega Evolve. can only found between 8 and 9 PM. ** How to To get to the Boss in the Lost Hotel. [[spoiler:You Hotel, you have to talk to four roller skaters in Lumiose City and learn new skating tricks before you can meet the Boss.]] ** How to easily avoid the wild Pokémon encounters on Route 13: The Pokémon only moves when you move, and disappears a bit after it appears. Therefore, the best way to avoid them is to stand still until they disappear.Boss. There are no hints for this anywhere.

%% (Cubone's and Alakazam's Pokedex entries (i.e. that skull of its dead mother) are maintained from earlier games so they don't count as examples specific to X and Y.)
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%% (Cubone's and Alakazam's Pokedex Pokédex entries (i.e. that skull of its dead mother) are maintained from earlier games so they don't count as examples specific to X and Y.)
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