History YMMV / PokemonRubyAndSapphire

31st May '18 1:11:58 PM KagSwirby
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*** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' even put this meme into the Poke Finder's comments section.
31st May '18 1:10:39 PM KagSwirby
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** Mega Swampert: "Do you even lift, bro?"

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** Mega Swampert: "Do you even lift, bro?"bro?" [[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants It was a wimp before anchor arms. Now it's a jerk and everybody loves it]].
31st May '18 1:09:22 PM KagSwirby
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** Hoenn's Victory Road is generally regarded as the most tedious in the entire series due to the absurd 5 HM requirements necessary to get through the place quickly - (Waterfall and Flash are not required, but make it more convenient) - forcing players to replace at least two of their Pokémon with ones that know HM moves thereby limiting their options against the local trainers. It is also the most challenging Victory Road to grind levels in, due to the majority of the Pokémon inside being either basic-stage[[labelnote:*]]Gives low experience points[[/labelnote]] - (frequently using [[SwitchOutMove Roar/Whirlwind]] to thereby deny you any experience points) - or just mostly [[LuckBasedMission Confuse Ray]]-happy [[GoddamnedBats Golbats]].

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** Hoenn's Victory Road is generally regarded as the most tedious in the entire series due to the absurd 5 HM requirements necessary to get through the place quickly - (Waterfall and Flash are not required, but make it more convenient) - forcing players to replace at least two of their Pokémon with ones that know HM moves thereby limiting their options against the local trainers. It is also the most challenging Victory Road to grind levels in, due to the majority of the Pokémon inside being either basic-stage[[labelnote:*]]Gives low experience points[[/labelnote]] - (frequently using [[SwitchOutMove Roar/Whirlwind]] to thereby deny you any experience points) - or just mostly [[LuckBasedMission Confuse Ray]]-happy [[GoddamnedBats Golbats]].Golbat]].
18th May '18 6:02:01 AM SpinAttaxx
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** Jirachi is the first Mythical Pokémon that has neither an in-game place to capture it, nor anywhere that has lore connecting to it. Though it was an outlier in Mythical Pokémon significance back then, the Mythicals of Gens V, VI and especially VII are similar direct downloads with no significance in the world of their debut games, only now the fandom criticizes them for it.
26th Apr '18 9:16:09 AM PDL
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** The introduction of the Regional/National Pokédex split. While Golder, Silver and Crystal sprinkled many older Pokémon in with newer ones, Generation III is extremely adament that the player should stick to new Pokémon almost exclusively. Most older Pokémon simply couldn't be found anywhere, and trading between games inclded a lot of arbitrary restrictions. By the time you could start trading over, the main game was over, so there was little point in even doing so beyond 100% completeion and taking your favourites through some basic post game content. Worse, the National dex stuck around for subsequent generations, though the restrictions have lessened over time.

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** The introduction of the Regional/National Pokédex split. While Golder, Gold, Silver and Crystal sprinkled many had a mix of older Pokémon in with newer ones, Generation III is ''Ruby and Sapphire'' was extremely adament adamant that the player should stick to new Pokémon almost exclusively. Most older Pokémon simply couldn't be found anywhere, anywhere (''Colosseum'' and ''Fire Red and Leaf Green'' wouldn't be released for another year or so), and trading between these games inclded included a lot of arbitrary restrictions. By the time you could start trading over, the main game was over, so there was little point in even doing so beyond 100% completeion completion and taking your favourites favorites through some basic post game content. Worse, the The National dex Dex stuck around for subsequent generations, though the restrictions have lessened over time.
26th Apr '18 8:56:09 AM GreenDragon
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** The introduction of the Regional/National Pokédex split. While Golder, Silver and Crystal sprinkled many older Pokémon in with newer ones, Generation III is extremely adament that the player should stick to new Pokémon almost exclusively. Most older Pokémon simply couldn't be found anywhere, and trading between games inclded a lot of arbitrary restrictions. By the time you could start trading over, the main game was over, so there was little point in even doing so beyond 100% completeion and taking your favourites through some basic post game content. Worse, the National dex stuck around for subsequent generations, though the restrictions have lessened over time.
21st Mar '18 1:47:06 PM Chasem
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* ToughActToFollow: Much like the originals, expectations for ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' were very high due to the bar set by the previous remakes, ''Pokémon [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Pokémon [=SoulSilver=]'' -- widely considered the most beloved games in the series. The final product was well-received overall, but failed to meet the standard left by ''HGSS'' and left many fans disappointed.

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* ToughActToFollow: Much like the originals, expectations for ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' were very high due to the bar set by the previous remakes, ''Pokémon [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Pokémon [=SoulSilver=]'' -- widely considered the most beloved games in the series. The final product was well-received overall, but failed to meet the standard left by ''HGSS'' and left many fans disappointed. Not helping matters is that ''HGSS'' incorporated many of the expanded elements from ''Crystal'', whereas ''ORAS'' didn't do the same with ''Emerald''.
21st Mar '18 1:45:53 PM Chasem
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* ToughActToFollow: Expectations for ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' were very high due to the bar set by ''Pokémon [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Pokémon [=SoulSilver=]'', widely considered the most beloved games in the series. The final product was well-received overall, but failed to meet the standard left by ''HGSS'' and left many fans disappointed.

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* ToughActToFollow: Expectations Much like the originals, expectations for ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' were very high due to the bar set by the previous remakes, ''Pokémon [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Pokémon [=SoulSilver=]'', [=SoulSilver=]'' -- widely considered the most beloved games in the series. The final product was well-received overall, but failed to meet the standard left by ''HGSS'' and left many fans disappointed.
20th Mar '18 11:26:12 AM Chasem
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* ToughActToFollow: Expectations for ''Omega Ruby'' and ''Alpha Sapphire'' were very high due to the bar set by ''Pokémon [=HeartGold=]'' and ''Pokémon [=SoulSilver=]'', widely considered the most beloved games in the series. The final product was well-received overall, but failed to meet the standard left by ''HGSS'' and left many fans disappointed.
20th Feb '18 3:15:52 AM OrangenChan
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*** Pike Queen Lucy, of the Battle Pike, is remembered for not only having one of the most...uh...[[DistractedByTheSexy 'unique']] character designs, but was one of the most favorable anime characters to ship with Brock, as she was one of the few who actually fell for Brock in the anime. She somehow 'camoed' (as a NPC you can talk to in the Battle Maison) in the remakes.
*** Pyramid King Brandon, of the Battle Pyramid, is a fan-favorite anime character due to his personality and the fact that he finds (and owns) ancient Legendary Pokemon, and is a friend to them. Like Lucy, Brandon made ''somewhat'' of a cameo in the remakes, but as the main star of an 'ancient discovery' show ([[spoiler:that only can be accessed with the Volcanion event]]).
*** Tower Maiden Anabel, of the Battle Tower, may be hated by some for her jerk-like actions to the player, but she was another anime character that was appreciated by anime fans. On top of that, she returns in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' and [[spoiler:its revealed that ''Emerald'''s version of Anabel is the one who appears in ''Sun'' and ''Moon''.]]

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*** Pike Queen Lucy, of the Battle Pike, is remembered for not only having one of the most...uh...[[DistractedByTheSexy 'unique']] unique]] character designs, but was one of the most favorable anime characters to ship with Brock, as she was one of the few who actually fell for Brock in the anime. She somehow 'camoed' got a very small cameo (as a NPC you can talk to in the Battle Maison) in the remakes.
*** Pyramid King Brandon, of the Battle Pyramid, is a fan-favorite anime character due to his personality and the fact that he finds (and owns) ancient Legendary Pokemon, and is a friend to them. Like Lucy, Brandon made ''somewhat'' of a cameo in the remakes, but as the main star of an 'ancient discovery' "ancient discovery" show ([[spoiler:that only can be accessed with the Volcanion event]]).
*** Tower Maiden Anabel, of the Battle Tower, may be hated by some for her jerk-like actions to the player, but she was another anime character that was appreciated by anime fans. On top of that, she returns in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' and [[spoiler:its [[spoiler:it's revealed that ''Emerald'''s ''Emerald''[='=]s version of Anabel is the one who appears in ''Sun'' and ''Moon''.]]



* {{Fanon}}: Phoebe is originally from the [[VideoGame/PokemonSunandMoon Alola region]].

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* {{Fanon}}: Many fans think that Phoebe is originally from the [[VideoGame/PokemonSunandMoon Alola region]].region]], due to her being AmbiguouslyBrown and wearing an outfit with a somewhat Hawaiian flair to it.
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