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18th Jul '17 1:51:41 PM Kindle4Light
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[[WMG: The 8th gen games titles will be Pokémon On and Pokeémon Off.]]
Because it will be realease on the Nintendo ''Switch''.
15th Jul '17 2:13:36 PM Dattix
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* Abilities that block Mega Evolution and Z-Moves, or just one ability that does both. Does not announce its presence, and if the opponent attempts to Mega Evolve a Pokémon or try to use a Z-Move, that action will backfire and deal 1/2 the user's max HP in damage, plus count as having used up the Mega/Z-Move slot for that battle (and in the case of Z-moves, forfeit its turn, although an attempted Mega Evolution can still act). Can be used on a Pokémon that can have either this or something else to play mind games with the opponent and ensure that actions such as [[GameBreaker Extreme EvoBoost and Mega Rayquaza]] have risk attached to them (although Pokémon who have already Mega Evolved feel no additional effect).
26th Jun '17 2:07:29 AM KaikoMikkusu
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[[WMG: There is a region where all starter Pokémon are wild]]
Which will be the last Pokémon region introduced, likely in the tenth generation. Other Pokémon native to said region are Togepi, Riolu, Zorua, Eevee, and Larvesta.
The "Pseudo-Legendaries" are also somewhat more common than in the other regions, and there is a ninja village that raises and breeds Battle Bond Froakies that evolve into Battle Bond Greninjas.
Battle Bond Froakies are also easily found in the wild at the same place as Torrent Froakies are, but Battle Bond Froakies are rarer than Torrent Froakies.
Mega Evolutions and special Z-moves for the starters that lack them are introduced. (Z-moves for all starters except the Gen 7 ones, Megas for Meganium, Thyphlosion, Feraligatr, Infernape, Torterra, Empoleon, Emboar, Serperior, Samurott, Delphox, Chesnaught, Primarina, Incineroar, Decidueye, and the gen 8\9\10 starters.)
You can also find a Cosplay Pichu > Pikachu > Raichu line, a Notch-Ear Pichu > Pikachu > Raichu line, and an Eternal Flabebé > Floette > Florges line.

14th Jun '17 1:24:17 PM Wyvernil
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[[WMG: As an addendum to the above, the Gen 8 Pokemon game will let you ride any Pokemon (within reason) rather than a fixed selection.]]
Unused data within the Sun/Moon games shows walking animations for all Pokemon, which suggests either this or following Pokemon was planned at some point. It might have been scaled back because the 3DS processor couldn't handle it. But with Gen 8 being confirmed for Switch, it's possible that they'll let you ride any of your Pokemon aside from the ones that are too small.
8th May '17 9:49:50 AM Rayquaza_Master
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* A cross between Objectivists à la Andrew Ryan, conspiracy theorists and McCarthyists. They're persuaded the government (if there is one) is too weak against other villainous teams, that it hides the truth, and imposes pesky regulations on the battle system. They want to get rid of the Gym/Elite Four system, take over the Safari zones, and eliminate all conflict between Pokémon and humans so that the latter can have absolute control over the former. We will also learn that gym badges owe their power to some legendaries, and are all made in a specific town of the new region.

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* A cross between Objectivists à la Andrew Ryan, Lucius, conspiracy theorists and McCarthyists. They're persuaded the government (if there is one) is too weak against other villainous teams, that it hides the truth, and imposes pesky regulations on the battle system. They want to get rid of the Gym/Elite Four system, take over the Safari zones, and eliminate all conflict between Pokémon and humans so that the latter can have absolute control over the former. We will also learn that gym badges owe their power to some legendaries, and are all made in a specific town of the new region.



* Grass - Vegetate

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* Grass - VegetateVegetate/Pollinate



* Fighting - Concentrate
* Ground - Excavate

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* Fighting - Concentrate
Concentrate/Aggravate/Invigorate
* Ground - ExcavateExcavate/Prostrate



* Poison - Contaminate
* Bug - ?
* Ghost - ?
* Dragon - ?
* Dark - ?
* Steel - ?

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* Poison - Contaminate
Contaminate/Intoxicate
* Bug - ?
Pupate
* Ghost - ?
Reanimate
* Dragon - ?
Devastate
* Dark - ?
Incriminate
* Steel - ?
Coagulate/Inspissate
19th Apr '17 12:26:48 AM ZombieAladdin
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* '''Vital Spirit''': This Pokémon is immune to Sleep. Any time a move that would normally induce Sleep is used on it, the Pokémon's Speed is increased 1 stage.

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* '''Vital Spirit''': This Pokémon is immune to Sleep. Any time a an opponent's move that would normally induce Sleep is used on it, the Pokémon's Speed is increased 1 stage.
* '''Corrosion''': Poison-type attacks also do damage to Steel-types.
* '''Grassy Pelt''': Also increases Speed by 2 stages if on Grass or Grassy Terrain is in effect.
* '''Magic Bounce''': Boosts Defense and Special Defense by 1 stage if any of the opponent's moves is reflected back.
* '''Receiver''' and '''Power of Alchemy''': The Ability changes to that of the last Pokémon on its team that fainted, regardless of if it happened when the user was present or not.
* '''Intimidate''': In a double or triple battle, lowers the Attack of only the Pokémon directly in front of it and not adjacent ones.
* '''Protean''': Activates at the beginning of the turn rather than right before the Pokémon attacks.
* '''Rain Dish''': Restores 1/4 of the Pokémon's maximum HP in rain instead of 1/16.
* '''Slow Start''': The 5 turns necessary to get the Pokémon's stats back to normal do not reset back to 5 when it switches out.
* '''Solar Power''': Special Attack is increased to x2 rather than x1.5. 1/16 of the Pokémon's HP is lost each turn instead of 1/8.
* '''Stakeout''': Also inflicts Paralysis on the replacement Pokémon if the opponent switches out.
* '''Strong Jaw''': Biting moves' attack power is increased by 100% instead of 50% if the power is less than 80.
* '''Tinted Lens''': Not-very-effective moves get a x3 boost instead of x2 if they would ordinarily do half damage. If they would do quarter damage or less, the move gets a x4 boost. Moves with no effect still have no effect.
* '''Water Veil''': If the Pokémon is targeted by a Fire-type move, it will also have no effect and raises the Pokémon's Evasion by 1
stage.
14th Mar '17 11:33:57 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Patrol, an Ability given to Sentret and Furret (replacing Frisk), Patrat and Watchog (replacing Analytic), and Yungoos and Gumshoos (replacing Adaptability): If this Pokémon attacks a target that is switching out that turn, including switching out via Baton Pass or switch-out damaging moves (like Volt Switch and U-Turn), this Pokémon can attack the target before they switch. The attack also does double damage.

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* Patrol, an Ability given to Sentret and Furret (replacing Frisk), Patrat and Watchog (replacing Analytic), and Yungoos and Gumshoos (replacing Adaptability): If this Pokémon attacks a target that is switching out that turn, including switching out via Baton Pass or switch-out damaging moves (like Volt Switch and U-Turn), this Pokémon can attack the target before they switch. The attack also does double damage.
damage. If a Pokémon with Patrol switches in on the same turn an opposing Pokémon switches out, this Pokémon's Speed rises by two stages, and its Attack rises by one stage.
14th Mar '17 11:27:57 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Confiscate, an Ability given to Watchog and replaces Analytic: If a Pokémon who has attacked or is about to attack this Pokémon has a hold item that affects the attack (such as Gems, Choice items, and Life Orb), or is about to consume a hold item (such as Berries or a Focus Sash), the attacking Pokémon loses the hold item before it can be used. If this Pokémon is not holding an item, it gains that hold item. If this Pokémon is already holding an item, the current hold item will be replaced with the new one until the end of the battle, it is consumed, or it is removed. Confiscate cannot remove Mega Stones, Z-Crystals, Plates from Arceus, Memories from Silvally, Orbs from the Sinnoh Trio, a Primal Reversion Orb, or a Drive from Genesect.

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* Confiscate, an Ability given to Patrat and Watchog and replaces Analytic: Keen Eye: If a Pokémon who has attacked or is about to attack this Pokémon has a hold item that affects the attack (such as Gems, Choice items, and Life Orb), or is about to consume a hold item (such as Berries or a Focus Sash), the attacking Pokémon loses the hold item before it can be used. If this Pokémon is not holding an item, it gains that hold item. If this Pokémon is already holding an item, the current hold item will be replaced with the new one until the end of the battle, it is consumed, or it is removed. Confiscate cannot remove Mega Stones, Z-Crystals, Plates from Arceus, Memories from Silvally, Orbs from the Sinnoh Trio, a Primal Reversion Orb, or a Drive from Genesect.
* Patrol, an Ability given to Sentret and Furret (replacing Frisk), Patrat and Watchog (replacing Analytic), and Yungoos and Gumshoos (replacing Adaptability): If this Pokémon attacks a target that is switching out that turn, including switching out via Baton Pass or switch-out damaging moves (like Volt Switch and U-Turn), this Pokémon can attack the target before they switch. The attack also does double damage.
14th Mar '17 11:13:18 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Confiscate, an Ability given to Watchog and replaces Analytic: If a Pokémon who has attacked or is about to attack this Pokémon has a hold item that affects the attack (such as Gems, Choice items, and Life Orb), or is about to consume a hold item (such as Berries or a Focus Sash), the attacking Pokémon loses the hold item before it can be used. If this Pokémon is not holding an item, it gains that hold item. If this Pokémon is already holding an item, the current hold item will be replaced with the new one until the end of the battle, it is consumed, or it is removed. Confiscate cannot remove Mega Stones, Z-Crystals, Plates from Arceus, Memories from Silvally, Orbs from the Sinnoh Trio, a Primal Reversion Orb, or a Drive from Genesect.
14th Mar '17 10:55:43 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Unrestrained, an Ability given to female Meowstic that replaces Competitive: Special Attacks do double damage.

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* Unrestrained, an Ability given to female Meowstic that replaces Competitive: Special Attacks Psychic-type attacks do double damage.




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* Heliotrope, an Ability given to Sunflora that replaces Early Bird: All moves done from and to this Pokémon are treated as if harsh sunlight is happening. This applies regardless of the actual weather in the battle. If harsh sunlight is actually present in the battle, this Pokémon's Grass-type moves get +1 priority.
* Sticky Prickles, an Ability given to Cacnea, Cacturne, and Maractus: This Pokémon takes 75% damage from contact moves. If this Pokémon is hit by a contact move, the attacking Pokémon loses 1/8 of its total HP. On the following turn, it cannot switch out.
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