History YMMV / PokemonColosseum

4th Aug '16 12:26:37 AM shonengirl
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** Wes is this among the main protagonists in the series. Unlike the others who are 11 year old kids, Wes is a 17 year-old ex-gangster with an overall cool design.

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** Wes is this among the main protagonists in the series. Unlike the others who are prior to the game's release and the next generation were 11 year old kids, Wes is a an about 17 year-old ex-gangster with an overall cool design.design.



** The tattoo Wes has, a horizontal white stripe over the bridge of his nose and cheeks, does not look intimidating at all.

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** The tattoo tattoo(?) Wes has, a horizontal white stripe over the bridge of his nose and cheeks, does not look intimidating at all.
28th Jul '16 2:12:02 AM Mikeyfan93
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* AnticlimaxBoss: The Shadow Pokémon Nascour and Evice possess are Metagross and Tyrantir. Now, neither of these Pokémon are anything to sneeze at, but one can't really call them the ultimate Shadow Pokémon when three of the admins possessed Entei, Suicune and Raikou.

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* AnticlimaxBoss: The Shadow Pokémon Nascour and Evice possess are Metagross and Tyrantir.Tyranitar. Now, neither of these Pokémon are anything to sneeze at, but one can't really call them the ultimate Shadow Pokémon when three of the admins possessed Entei, Suicune and Raikou.
16th Jul '16 6:17:43 AM thebluebus
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* AnticlimaxBoss: The Shadow Pokémon Nascour and Evice possess are Metagross and Tyrantir. Now, neither of these Pokémon are anything to sneeze at, but one can't really call them the ultimate Shadow Pokémon when three of the admins possessed Entei, Suicune and Raikou.
23rd Jun '16 7:34:26 AM IcyTheWitch
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* MoralEventHorizon: Dr. Ein crosses this just by ''inventing'' the Shadow Pokémon system (without a shred of remorse, and actually with a desire to ''improve'' it), and [[spoiler: Evice and Nascour]] just by leading the whole operation. Particularly [[spoiler:Evice, since he oversaw all these despicable actions while posing as the friendly mayor of Phenac City.]]

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* MoralEventHorizon: Dr. Ein crosses this just by ''inventing'' the Shadow Pokémon system (without a shred of remorse, and actually with a desire to ''improve'' it), and [[spoiler: Evice and Nascour]] Evice]] just by leading the whole operation. Particularly [[spoiler:Evice, since he oversaw all these despicable actions while posing as the friendly mayor of Phenac City.]]
23rd May '16 5:28:09 PM SpiritofPublicAccess
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*** (Video comes courtesy of [[WebVideo/Gligar13Vids]], no less.

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*** (Video comes courtesy of [[WebVideo/Gligar13Vids]], {{WebVideo/Gligar13Vids}}, no less.)
23rd May '16 5:26:36 PM SpiritofPublicAccess
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*** (Video comes courtesy of [[WebVideo/Gligar13Vids]], no less.
20th May '16 1:30:32 PM rjd1922
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** In the context of the game, the encounter with Mirakle B. He's a LoonyFan of Miror B. who randomly shows up to battle you if you go all the way through Pyrite Cave to Miror B.'s hideout after beating Dakim ([[LostForever but before beating the FinalBoss]]). Beating him gets you nothing, and unlike with Miror B., you don't even get an easy way out of the area.

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** In the context of the game, the encounter with Mirakle B. He's a LoonyFan of Miror B. who randomly shows up to battle you if you go all the way through Pyrite Cave to Miror B.'s hideout after beating Dakim ([[LostForever but before beating the FinalBoss]]).the]] FinalBoss). Beating him gets you nothing, and unlike with Miror B., you don't even get an easy way out of the area.
12th Apr '16 10:21:56 AM rjd1922
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Due to the increased space allowed by being on a console instead of a handheld, the soundtrack is much more grandiose than in any other ''Pokémon'' game.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X67YWv5C6qQ Miror B.'s Retro Groove]]. It's probably the most well-remembered theme from the game, and it's sure to [[EarWorm stay stuck in your head]] for quite a while after listening.
** Few songs have ever utilized a harmonica quite as effectively as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0HmO8MaCVo Shadow Pokémon Lab theme]].
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um0pkcPFCLs final boss theme]] is probably the most epic theme in the history of the series.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Due to the increased space allowed by being on a console instead of a handheld, the soundtrack is much more grandiose than in any other Pokemon game.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X67YWv5C6qQ Miror B.'s Retro Groove]]. It's probably the most well-remembered theme from the game, and it's sure to [[EarWorm stay stuck in your head]] for quite a while after listening.
** Few songs have ever utilized a harmonica quite as effectively as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0HmO8MaCVo Shadow Pokemon Lab theme]].
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um0pkcPFCLs final boss theme]] is probably the most epic theme in the history of the series.
12th Apr '16 8:57:14 AM rjd1922
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In series canon the entire game and its sequel are one, as they have never been mentioned in any other games and both games have very noticeable quirks and are set in a WorldOfHam.

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In series canon the entire game and its sequel are one, as they have never been mentioned in any other games and both games have very noticeable quirks and are set in a WorldOfHam.WorldOfHam.
** In the context of the game, the encounter with Mirakle B. He's a LoonyFan of Miror B. who randomly shows up to battle you if you go all the way through Pyrite Cave to Miror B.'s hideout after beating Dakim ([[LostForever but before beating the FinalBoss]]). Beating him gets you nothing, and unlike with Miror B., you don't even get an easy way out of the area.
24th Mar '16 10:22:13 AM PDL
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** A very light example: All the trainers in the game, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard save for two towards the end,]] use Pokemon that were technically available to you when the game was released. So, you'll see evolutions or pre- evolutions of Shadow Pokemon all over the place before you can snag them, sometimes way before. You'll see Spinarak all over the place, including one in the first city, but you get to snag Ariados just about halfway through.

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** A very light example: All Most of the trainers in the game, trainers, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard save for most notably two towards the end,]] use Pokemon that were technically available to you when the game was released. So, you'll see evolutions or pre- evolutions of Shadow Pokemon all over the place before you can snag them, sometimes way before. You'll see Spinarak all over the place, including one in the first city, but you get to snag Ariados just about halfway through. Colossseum uses Pokémon that are available in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' plus all the Gen II ones, including ones that evolve from Gen I Pokémon that are unavailable in ''Ruby and Sapphire''.
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