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* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:Subverted with the fight against Giratina in the Platinum Nuzlocke - with his prime option against it suddenly burned down against Cyrus, Giratina getting the boost from [=AncientPower=] left things going downhill quite fast. Had it not hurt itself in confusion twice in a row, he would have been on the receiving end of one.]]

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[[spoiler:Subverted with the fight against Giratina in the Platinum Nuzlocke - with his prime option against it suddenly burned down against Cyrus, Giratina getting the boost from [=AncientPower=] left things going downhill quite fast. Had it not hurt itself in confusion twice in a row, he would have been on the receiving end of one.]]]]
** In the X Wedlocke, Allspice the Espeon vs Korrina. He OHKO's all 3 of her Pokemon.


* BadassGay: As per WordOfGod, Salad the Bellossom in Emerald.


* SuddenlyVoiced: Nightfox the Zoroark (formerly Zorua) in episode 44 of Gates to Infinity.

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** [[spoiler: Pumpkin the Raticate at the end of the Fire Red Wedlocke, when the final piece of art depicts her with a newly-hatched Rattata. It's open to interpretation, but it's possible that Carrot was that baby.]]


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* StealthPrequel: [[spoiler: It's open to interpretation, but the art at the ending of the Fire Red Wedlocke indicates that it might be a prequel to the Heartgold Wedlocke, implying that Pumpkin the Raticate is Carrot's mother. The fact that Heartgold/Soulsilver is canonically a sequel to Fire Red/Leaf Green supports this.]]


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** In the Fire Red Wedlocke, he names his team members after colors.


* RetroGaming: He mentioned on one of his streams that he is into a variety of games from the 16-bit era with the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis, such as the original SonicTheHedgehog games on the latter (particularly ''{{VideoGame/Sonic 3 And Knuckles}}''), and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast'', which he has said is his favorite Zelda game of all time. It's part of the reason he started "Throwback Thursday" on his Twitch channel.

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* RetroGaming: He mentioned on one of his streams that he is into a variety of games from the 16-bit era with the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis, such as the original SonicTheHedgehog VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog games on the latter (particularly ''{{VideoGame/Sonic 3 And Knuckles}}''), and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast'', which he has said is his favorite Zelda game of all time. It's part of the reason he started "Throwback Thursday" on his Twitch channel.


** The X Wedlocke has a happier variation of this: [[spoiler:Sage the Greninja is the first starter in any of his series that he was able to take to the end, AND survive the Pokemon League.]]

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** The X Wedlocke has a happier variation of this: [[spoiler:Sage the Greninja is the first starter in any of his series - Alabama the Blastoise from his Leaf Green Sleeplocke notwithstanding - that he was able to take to the end, AND survive the Pokemon League.]]


* '''Pokemon Platinum Nuzlocke, Set Mode + Item Restrictions''' - Following the many "item whoring" complaints he received in Emerald and Heart Gold, and given how a few people were taking their Nuzlockes up by putting the battle style on Set (leaves them unable to switch) and restricting items, he decided he was up next. Though he has it up as a thread on the forums but has mentioned that it will be uploaded to YouTube eventually. Meant to basically be a little side adventure to play alongside the HG Wedlocke. Can be found [[http://www.marriland.com/forums/pokemon/pokemon-challenges/436375-marrilands-platinum-nuzlocke-set-mode-item here]]. He later stated he would stop posting updates to the forum on account of the FanDumb constantly perstering him to update, despite him being busy with Heartgold grinding and other things. He has stated it will be uploaded to Youtube once the Heartgold Wedlocke concludes. Finished as of October 6, 2013.

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* '''Pokemon Platinum Nuzlocke, Set Mode + Item Restrictions''' - Following the many "item whoring" complaints he received in Emerald and Heart Gold, and given how a few people were taking their Nuzlockes up by putting the battle style on Set (leaves them unable to switch) and restricting items, he decided he was up next. Though he has it up as a thread on the forums but has mentioned that it will be uploaded to YouTube Website/YouTube eventually. Meant to basically be a little side adventure to play alongside the HG Wedlocke. Can be found [[http://www.marriland.com/forums/pokemon/pokemon-challenges/436375-marrilands-platinum-nuzlocke-set-mode-item here]]. He later stated he would stop posting updates to the forum on account of the FanDumb constantly perstering him to update, despite him being busy with Heartgold grinding and other things. He has stated it will be uploaded to Youtube once the Heartgold Wedlocke concludes. Finished as of October 6, 2013.



* '''Pokémon Y [=WonderWedlocke Wednesday=]''': A [=WonderWedlocke=] done on his [=TwitchTV=] stream that he has been doing on another copy of Y that he has. Started in April 2014 and done almost every Wednesday after, this challenge combined the Wonderlocke, the Wedlocke and the challenging item+level restrictions that the Platinum Nuzlocke had for a very intense playthrough. He has uploaded every episode to YouTube following their streamings. Data can be found [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvIFlo--DkY0dC1ZYndXT0d4aDRhbEtDelBlV3dfY2c#gid=0 here]]. Finished on November 12, 2014, also the first -Locke series of his that has ended in failure.

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* '''Pokémon Y [=WonderWedlocke Wednesday=]''': A [=WonderWedlocke=] done on his [=TwitchTV=] stream that he has been doing on another copy of Y that he has. Started in April 2014 and done almost every Wednesday after, this challenge combined the Wonderlocke, the Wedlocke and the challenging item+level restrictions that the Platinum Nuzlocke had for a very intense playthrough. He has uploaded every episode to YouTube Website/YouTube following their streamings. Data can be found [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvIFlo--DkY0dC1ZYndXT0d4aDRhbEtDelBlV3dfY2c#gid=0 here]]. Finished on November 12, 2014, also the first -Locke series of his that has ended in failure.


* ComplainingAboutThingsYouHaventPaidFor: Discussed in Part 30 of Emerald, when he realized that he wasn't doing anything entertaining in that episode, he was afraid that his fans would be angry and demand their money back, which [[CrowningMomentOfFunny worried him because his videos are available for free]], [[InsaneTrollLogic so he'd be put out of business]].

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* ComplainingAboutThingsYouHaventPaidFor: Discussed in Part 30 of Emerald, when he realized that he wasn't doing anything entertaining in that episode, he was afraid that his fans would be angry and demand their money back, which [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments worried him because his videos are available for free]], [[InsaneTrollLogic so he'd be put out of business]].


** [[spoiler: The Sun Nuzlocke also ends in failure. He loses 2/3 of his team to the Elite Four, then Kukui's Ninetails and Incineroar finish off his final two.]]

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** [[spoiler: The Sun Nuzlocke also ends in failure. He loses 2/3 of his team to the Elite Four, then Kukui's Ninetails Ninetales and Incineroar finish off his final two.]]


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* '''Pokémon Moon Adventure''': A blind playthrough of Pokémon Moon. He didn't look anything up with regards to spoilers, new pokemon, or the Alolan forms of existing pokemon. He said multiple times in the playthrough that he wouldn't be looking anything up to prevent spoilers, as this was his first time playing through the game and he wanted his reactions to be genuine.

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* '''Pokémon Moon Adventure''': A blind playthrough of Pokémon Moon. He didn't look anything up with regards to spoilers, new pokemon, Pokemon, or the Alolan forms of existing pokemon.Pokemon. He said multiple times in the playthrough that he wouldn't be looking anything up to prevent spoilers, as this was his first time playing through the game and he wanted his reactions to be genuine.



** His entire team dies against Drayedn in the Black Wedlocke. [[spoiler: April Fools!]]

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** His entire team dies against Drayedn Drayden in the Black Wedlocke. [[spoiler: April Fools!]]



* HopeSpot: In Part 29 of Platinum, he encounters a Double Team with a high-leveled Gyarados and Raichu, but manages to defeat them without a major disaster, dispite a Double Team killing one member of his team back in HeartGold. [[spoiler: The ''next'' trainer, however, claims one of his Pokemon on the very first move.]]

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* HopeSpot: In Part 29 of Platinum, he encounters a Double Team with a high-leveled Gyarados and Raichu, but manages to defeat them without a major disaster, dispite a Double Team killing one member of his team back in HeartGold.Heartgold. [[spoiler: The ''next'' trainer, however, claims one of his Pokemon on the very first move.]]


** X Wedlocke: [[spoiler: Battle Girl Hedvig, Brains & Brawn Eoin and Wolf, Team Flare Celosia in Lysandre Labs, Black Belt Ander, Brains & Brawn Arman and Hugo]]

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** X Wedlocke: [[spoiler: Battle Girl Hedvig, Brains & Brawn Eoin and Wolf, Team Flare Celosia in Lysandre Labs, Black Belt Ander, Brains & Brawn Arman and Hugo]]Hugo, Diantha]]

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** Episode 20 of the White Nuzlocke Stream Archive: [[spoiler: The wild Zebstrika used Pursuit! [[note]]Marriland just started Audino training Popeops the Archen, but encountered a Zebstrika one tile away from the shaking grass where Audino appear. He's unable to run and takes heavy damage from a Shock Wave, leaving him no choice but to switch out, but the Zebstrika uses pursuit, killing Popeops. [[/note]]]]

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* '''Pokémon Fire Red Wedlocke''': Started on February 14th, 2018 and ended on April 8th, 2018.


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** [[spoiler: In all of his Nuzlocke and Wedlocke video series, every single trainer who has killed his starter also claimed at least one other Pokemon with it.]]

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** Fire Red Wedlocke: For the first time, it's less a trainer, but one of their Pokemon. [[spoiler: Hue (the rival)'s Charizard is responsible for 4 deaths, and Olive and Sepia probably wouldn't have died to Koga if Cream was alive, so he's indirectly responsible for their deaths too.]]


** [[spoiler: The Emerald Nuzlocke, Heartgold Wedlocke ''and'' Platinum Nuzlocke's final (technically) episodes all end with the death of the Pokemon considered TheHero [[note]]although for Platinum, YMMV as to whether Firebutt or Ninjarisu is considered that[[/note]].]]

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** [[spoiler: The Emerald Nuzlocke, Heartgold Wedlocke Wedlocke, Platinum Nuzlocke ''and'' Platinum Sun Nuzlocke's final (technically) episodes all end with the death of the Pokemon considered TheHero [[note]]although for Platinum, YMMV as to whether Firebutt or Ninjarisu is considered that[[/note]].]]



* [[spoiler: TheHeroDies: The way [[HistoryRepeats Emerald, Heartgold and Platinum all end]], as far as the Pokemon themselves go. Black 2 has an interesting example in that Capoeira the Conkeldurr dies not in the last episode, but the one immediately beforehand.]]

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* [[spoiler: TheHeroDies: The way [[HistoryRepeats Emerald, Heartgold and Heartgold, Platinum and Sun all end]], as far as the Pokemon themselves go. Black 2 has an interesting example in that Capoeira the Conkeldurr dies not in the last episode, but the one immediately beforehand.]]

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