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08:11:11 AM Aug 8th 2014
Eldritch Abomination is one of the most overused trope pages on this wiki, and not in a good way. I'm dubious that the bitter cold should be listed as an example. We know what it is, how it came to be, why it does what it does. The only reason I did not delete it outright is that it is one of the few non Pokemon monsters of any significance (thus outside the "established" rules of the setting in that sense) but is that really enough to count? If it is then shouldn't Dark Rust be listed as one too?

Pretty sure the Bitter Cold is just a bad case of The Heartless.
12:01:26 PM Aug 8th 2014
Well, it does remind me (the writeup, that is) of Lovecraft's horrors. The other descriptions look more like a Generic Doomsday Villain to me, though. I would pull.
08:57:09 AM May 14th 2013
You know, the first five members of the main character's team would fit a Five-Man Band dynamic if Dunsparce was female. (For those not aware, they changed it so that The Chick is required to be female.) Should I add it as an example of The Team, make Dunsparce The Heart and list the rest of the characters as the types found in a Five-Man Band? (The partner would be The Leader, the player The Lancer, Virizion The Smart Guy and Emolga would be The Big Guy, despite not being physically large but acts tough and boisterous.)
08:26:52 PM Apr 17th 2013
Gameplay and Story Segregation: I don't think Hydreigon's cutscenes are an example of this, mainly because it's not clear whether he was using Dragon Pulse or DragonBreath (the moves have fairly similar appearances) and he does posess the latter in his in-game moveset.

And ironically, in the main series games Dragon Pulse is a long-range attack (can hit non-adjacent opponents in triple battles) while DragonBreath is not, but in PMD Dragon Pulse only hits in front of the user (but does cut corners) while DragonBreath hits up to 10 tiles away.
01:09:29 PM Apr 16th 2013
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Does anyone know what the trope name for characters who can dimension hop/reality jump is? I know we have a Trope for that, but I'll I keep getting when I try to look it up is Reality Warper, which is diffenitely not the case for the one character that is implied can reality jump at the end.
02:35:50 PM Apr 18th 2013
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Dimensional Traveler seems to fit the bill.
04:00:25 PM Apr 18th 2013
05:12:59 AM Apr 16th 2013
Excuse me, was the way I put a five bad band in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity incorrect?
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