History YMMV / PokemonRubyAndSapphire

22nd Mar '17 5:19:21 PM Djangou76
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** A Lass who you meet in the Trick House exclaims how much she likes [[KnifeNut hacking and slashing away]]. After you defeat her, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3AcIG_jIeo&t=3m45s she asks]] "[[Film/TheDarkKnight Why are you so serious?]]" [[https://www.youtube.com/v/VD3NbS8y6II&index=20&list=PLtaHe5yiHBiCQruPtOI3V-mnUhjKZjb5-?start=914&end=1002&autoplay=1&hl=en_US&rel=0 She retains these lines in the remakes.]]

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** A Lass who you meet in the Trick House exclaims how much she likes [[KnifeNut hacking and slashing away]]. After you defeat her, [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3AcIG_jIeo&t=3m45s she asks]] "[[Film/TheDarkKnight Why are you so serious?]]" [[https://www.youtube.com/v/VD3NbS8y6II&index=20&list=PLtaHe5yiHBiCQruPtOI3V-mnUhjKZjb5-?start=914&end=1002&autoplay=1&hl=en_US&rel=0 She retains these com/watch?v=VD3NbS8y6II&t=15m17s In the 2014 ORAS remakes,]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VD3NbS8y6II&t=16m28s all her lines in the remakes.]] remain unchanged.]]
22nd Mar '17 4:11:37 PM Sammettik
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** As primarily exemplified through the notice board near the entrance, Sea Mauville’s management did not value the wellbeing of their employees in the slightest, let alone ''their lives''. There’s also the implication that they were farming [[LifeEnergy Infinity Energy]], which if it still involves [[spoiler:harvesting the souls of Pokémon like the ultimate weapon]] would likely land Devon Corporation in the same boat as they’re still doing it as well.

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** As primarily exemplified through the notice board near the entrance, Sea Mauville’s management did were so hellbent on getting their hands on the [[LifeEnergy Infinity Energy]]-filled deep-sea minerals that had made Devon such a rich company, they worked their employees to exhaustion and insanity, not value caring for the wellbeing of their employees in the slightest, let alone ''their lives''. There’s They also the implication that they were farming [[LifeEnergy Infinity Energy]], didn't balk at tearing through Pokemon habitats to get at their goal, which if it still involves [[spoiler:harvesting is what ultimately got the souls of Pokémon like the ultimate weapon]] would likely land Devon Corporation in the same boat as they’re still doing it as well.project pulled.
6th Mar '17 9:28:38 PM MayIncon
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** Juan from ''Emerald'' is really annoying to defeat primarily due to his Kingra, similar to Clair from ''Videogame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. Except his Kingdra is much harder to defeat. This is because not only is Kindra hard on its own since the only moves that are super effective against it are just other dragon moves, but it knows ice beam, meaning that it can easily destroy any dragon Pokémon you have, plus it knows rest and it's holding a Chesto berry so that it can recover it's health easily without Juan using a full restore. Similar to Clair's Kingdra knowing smokescreen, it knows double team so that you will almost never be able to strike it if you allow it to use it which is even worse than Clair because smokescreen only affects a single Pokémon at a time while double team makes it hard for everyone to strike. One of the few saving graces is that it doesn't know Dragon Breath, it being replaced with Water Pulse so it has no STAB bonus moves that are strong against dragon types and rest replaces hyper beam from Clair's Kingdra.

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** Juan from ''Emerald'' is really annoying to defeat primarily due to his Kingra, Kingdra, similar to Clair from ''Videogame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. Except his Kingdra is much harder to defeat. This is because not only is Kindra Kingdra hard on its own since the only moves that are super effective against it are just other dragon Dragon moves, but it knows ice beam, Ice Beam, meaning that it can easily destroy any dragon Dragon Pokémon you have, plus it knows rest and it's holding a Chesto berry Berry so that it can recover it's health easily without Juan using a full restore. Full Restore. Similar to Clair's Kingdra knowing smokescreen, Smokescreen, it knows double team Double Team so that you will almost never be able to strike it if you allow it to use it which is even worse than Clair because smokescreen Smokescreen only affects a single Pokémon at a time while double team Double Team makes it hard for everyone to strike. One of the few saving graces is that it doesn't know Dragon Breath, it being replaced with Water Pulse so it has no STAB bonus moves that are strong against dragon types Dragon-types and rest replaces hyper beam Hyper Beam from Clair's Kingdra.
6th Mar '17 7:29:53 AM KamonTheSkunk
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** Juan from ''Emerald'' is really annoying to defeat primarily due to his Kingra, similar to Clair from ''Videogame/PokemonGoldAndSilver''. Except his Kingdra is much harder to defeat. This is because not only is Kindra hard on its own since the only moves that are super effective against it are just other dragon moves, but it knows ice beam, meaning that it can easily destroy any dragon Pokémon you have, plus it knows rest and it's holding a Chesto berry so that it can recover it's health easily without Juan using a full restore. Similar to Clair's Kingdra knowing smokescreen, it knows double team so that you will almost never be able to strike it if you allow it to use it which is even worse than Clair because smokescreen only affects a single Pokémon at a time while double team makes it hard for everyone to strike. One of the few saving graces is that it doesn't know Dragon Breath, it being replaced with Water Pulse so it has no STAB bonus moves that are strong against dragon types and rest replaces hyper beam from Clair's Kingdra.
26th Feb '17 4:18:43 AM MayIncon
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** Arceus' Plates (except for the Iron Plate, which is held by the Beldum that Steven leaves you in the postgame) and the Orbs for the Spacetime Trio are hidden items underwater, and you're can't use the Dowsing Machine to locate them. Have fun trying to get them all without a guide. In the same way is hidden the Scanner in the basement of Sea Mauville, and you need this to catch Lugia or Ho-Oh.

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** Arceus' Plates (except for the Iron Plate, which is held by the Beldum that Steven leaves you in the postgame) and the Orbs for the Spacetime Trio are hidden items underwater, and you're can't use the Dowsing Machine to locate them. Have fun trying to get them all without a guide. In the same way is hidden the Scanner in the basement of Sea Mauville, and you need this to catch Lugia or Ho-Oh.Ho-Oh and subsequently the Legendary Beasts.
26th Feb '17 3:07:56 AM MayIncon
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** As noted on their character sheets, Archie and Maxie's plans in the original games had some holes in it, like Archie thinking summoning torrential rains to flood the world is a good thing, and Maxie planning to make Mt. Chimney erupt in order to expand the landmass. The remakes retcon that Team Aqua is an AnimalWrongsGroup who want to raise sea levels to return the world to nature, so they don't care about the destruction of land-based human cities, and the Mt. Chimney plan for both is retconned to them trying to harness the volcano's power to transform the meteorite into something useful.

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** As noted on their character sheets, Archie and Maxie's plans in the original games had some holes in it, like Archie thinking summoning torrential rains to flood the world is a good thing, and Maxie planning to make Mt. Chimney erupt in order to expand the landmass.landmass (and don't even get started on why is Team Aqua concerned with the volcano in ''Sapphire''). The remakes retcon that Team Aqua is an AnimalWrongsGroup who want to raise sea levels to return the world to nature, so they don't care about the destruction of land-based human cities, and the Mt. Chimney plan for both is retconned to them trying to harness the volcano's power to transform the meteorite into something useful.
20th Feb '17 12:18:03 PM ReynTime250
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuXhbYGK19U The space theme]] has been compared to lots of anime opening songs with ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' and ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' songs being the most popular.
13th Feb '17 11:00:08 AM MagBas
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* LoveItOrHateIt:
** The Hoenn games rapidly went from near-universally hated to something closer to this. To sum it up, it's mainly players who can't stand the removal of several beloved elements from Gen II, versus those who think the many innovations of this Gen more-than make up for it.
** The music. Some players feel these games still have some of the most epic tracks in the entire series, while others are annoyed by the overabundance of trumpets, since the GBA had better sound capabilities than just "trumpet sounds". Then there are those who think that both are true.
18th Jan '17 3:26:45 PM Retloclive
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[[folder:Gen V: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]

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[[folder:Gen V: VI: Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]
18th Jan '17 3:22:39 PM Retloclive
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