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''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' is the third run of Season 6, which ran from June 8th, 2019, to June 15th, 2019. It is the seventh randomized run and the thirty-sixth run overall, as well as the first return to the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] games since the ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'' and ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonXD XD]]'' runs in Season 2. As is par for the course for randomizer runs, all Pokémon (catchable or not), their movesets, abilities, held items, and even evolutions are shuffled around. On top of that, several changes have been included by the developers, including a physical/special split, a 20% buff to all Trainers, replacing trade evolutions by level-up ones, and [[AntiFrustrationFeatures swapping the "Release" button for a "Hug" button]].

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''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' is the third run of Season 6, which ran from June 8th, 2019, to June 15th, 2019. It is the seventh randomized run and the thirty-sixth run overall, as well as the first return to the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] games since the ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'' and ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonXD XD]]'' runs in Season 2. As is par for the course for randomizer runs, all Pokémon (catchable or not), their movesets, abilities, held items, and even evolutions are shuffled around. On top of that, several changes have been included by the developers, including a physical/special split, the addition of the Physical/Special split introduced in Genration IV, a 20% buff to all Trainers, replacing trade evolutions by level-up ones, and [[AntiFrustrationFeatures swapping the "Release" button for a "Hug" button]].


See also [[http://twitchplayspokemon.org/rcolo/ here]] for the archived progress of the game, or [[https://www.reddit.com/live/132l9olrsvbdj/ here]] for live updates.

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See also [[http://twitchplayspokemon.org/rcolo/ [[http://thatswhatyouget.github.io/tpp-progress/run-status.html?run=Randomized%20Colosseum here]] for the archived progress status of the game, run, or [[https://www.reddit.com/live/132l9olrsvbdj/ here]] for live updates.


** The chat's attempt to weaken and capture Evice's Meganium, the second last shadow Pokémon, ended with Meganium [[https://clips.twitch.tv/BeautifulCloudyCrabsDeIlluminati knocking herself out]] with [[SelfDestructiveCharge Shadow Rush]].

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** The chat's attempt to weaken and capture Evice's Meganium, the second to last shadow Shadow Pokémon, ended with Meganium [[https://clips.twitch.tv/BeautifulCloudyCrabsDeIlluminati knocking herself itself out]] with [[SelfDestructiveCharge Shadow Rush]].


* CoolButInefficient: At the start of the run, Ace faced a rider who had a Deoxys with Flamethrower. This attack, coupled with the Harsh Sunlight weather effect caused by Sunnycat's Drought ability[[note]]Harsh sunlight increases the power of fire attacks by 50%[[/note]], does a grand total of [[ScratchDamage 1 HP of damage]]. ([[https://clips.twitch.tv/YawningSillyWitchPipeHype Clip]])

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* CoolButInefficient: At the start of the run, Ace faced a rider who had a Deoxys with Flamethrower. This Said attack, coupled with the Harsh Sunlight harsh sunlight weather effect caused by Sunnycat's Drought ability[[note]]Harsh sunlight increases the power of fire attacks by 50%[[/note]], does did a grand total of [[ScratchDamage 1 HP of damage]]. ([[https://clips.[[https://clips.twitch.tv/YawningSillyWitchPipeHype Clip]])See for yourselves.]]


* CoolButInefficient: At the start of the run, Ace faced a rider who had a Deoxys with Flamethrower. This attack, coupled with the Harsh Sunlight weather effect caused by Sunnycat's Drought ability[[note]]Harsh sunlight increases the power of fire attacks by 50%[[/note]], does a grand total of [[ScratchDamage 1 HP of damage]].

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* CoolButInefficient: At the start of the run, Ace faced a rider who had a Deoxys with Flamethrower. This attack, coupled with the Harsh Sunlight weather effect caused by Sunnycat's Drought ability[[note]]Harsh sunlight increases the power of fire attacks by 50%[[/note]], does a grand total of [[ScratchDamage 1 HP of damage]]. ([[https://clips.twitch.tv/YawningSillyWitchPipeHype Clip]])

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* CoolButInefficient: At the start of the run, Ace faced a rider who had a Deoxys with Flamethrower. This attack, coupled with the Harsh Sunlight weather effect caused by Sunnycat's Drought ability[[note]]Harsh sunlight increases the power of fire attacks by 50%[[/note]], does a grand total of [[ScratchDamage 1 HP of damage]].


--> '''Live Updater:''' Great job guy[[labelnote:''sic'']][[/labelnote]]. We didn't get past the start screen and you broke the game

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--> ---> '''Live Updater:''' Great job guy[[labelnote:''sic'']][[/labelnote]]. We didn't get past the start screen and you broke the game


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[[caption-width-right:350:Edgelord towards people, hugboy toward Pokémon.]]
[[caption-width-right:350:[[labelnote:Source]][[https://www.deviantart.com/ryuuseinewman/art/TPP-Randomized-Colosseum-Ace-803672609 "TPP Randomized Colosseum Ace???" by RyuuseiNewman]][[/labelnote]]]]


** This game sets a new record for how fast the chat was able to crash the game, with the screen going black [[https://clips.twitch.tv/PlumpPlayfulBeaverSaltBae 53 seconds into the run]], as the chat attempted to enter the Colosseum Battle mode instead of starting a new game.

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** This game sets a new record for how fast the chat was able to crash the game, with the screen going black [[https://clips.twitch.tv/PlumpPlayfulBeaverSaltBae 53 seconds into the run]], as the chat attempted to enter the Colosseum Battle mode instead of starting a new game.[[note]]The game crashed because Colosseum Battle mode was deleted to make room for other changes[[/note]]


''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemon'' (''TPP'') a series of social experiments in which commands representing buttons on an original Nintendo [=GameCube=] (up, down, left, right, A, B, X, Y, Z, L, R, start, and C-stick) are entered into a chat on Website/{{Twitch}}, and then translated into a game of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' via an IRC bot. In short, [[HilarityEnsues hundreds of people are fighting over a controller]]. Throughout its life, ''Twitch Plays Pokémon'' has spawned hilarious characters, memorable moments, and even a few religions.

''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' is the third run of Season 6, which ran from June 8th, 2019, to June 15th, 2019. It is the seventh randomized run and the thirty-sixth run overall, as well as the first return to the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] games since the ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'' and ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonXD XD]]'' runs in Season 2. As is par for the course for randomizer runs, all Pokémon (catchable or not), their movesets, abilities, held items, and even evolutions are shuffled around. On top of that, several changes have been included by the developers, including a physical/special split, a 20% buff to all Trainers, replacing trade evolutions by level-up ones, and [[AntiFrustrationFeatures swapping the "Release" button for a "Hug" button]].

This run follows the adventures of ACCC ("Ace"), his companion D QZ" 3 ("Dairy Queen"), and his two starters Nosepass and Persian, as they set out to snag all 48 Shadow Pokémon, and put an end to Team Snagem and Cipher nefarious plans. Notable events along the way involved attempting to snag a Shadow Ho-Oh for almost the entirety of the first day and a half, to battling (and failing to defeat) a doppelgänger with a [[LegacyBossBattle very familiar team]], to just watching the news over and over and over.

The team featured some surprisingly good combos: a Slaking with Pure Power instead of Truant[[note]]for the less Pokémon-savvy out there, this means that instead of its insanely high 160 Attack stat being {{nerf}}ed by only being able to attack once every two turns, it was actually ''doubled''[[/note]], a Walrein which combined Natural Cure and Dragon Dance with Baton Pass[[note]]using Baton Pass to switch out activates Natural Cure, which cures it of any permanent status effect, and passes down the stat boost of Dragon Dance to the next Pokémon[[/note]], and Persian itself boosting Synthesis through its Drought ability[[note]]Drought automatically triggers a sunny weather, which makes Synthesis heal 2/3 of the HP instead of 1/2[[/note]]. Of course, it also had its fair amount of silliness, from an Octillery knowing the [[BlindIdiotTranslation mistranslated]] move Solid Plant, to a Ho-Oh and a Celebi which both used and abused the move [[RandomEffectSpell Metronome]], to Nosepass just plain [[NiceJobBreakingItHero healing the opponent]] using Pain Split.

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''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemon'' (''TPP'') a series of social experiments in which commands representing buttons on an original Nintendo [=GameCube=] (up, down, left, right, A, B, X, Y, Z, L, R, start, and C-stick) are entered into a chat on Website/{{Twitch}}, and then translated into a game of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' via an IRC bot. In short, [[HilarityEnsues hundreds of people are fighting over a controller]]. Throughout its life, ''Twitch Plays Pokémon'' has spawned hilarious characters, memorable moments, and even a few religions.

''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' is the third run of Season 6, which ran from June 8th, 2019, to June 15th, 2019. It is the seventh randomized run and the thirty-sixth run overall, as well as the first return to the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] games since the ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'' and ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonXD XD]]'' runs in Season 2. As is par for the course for randomizer runs, all Pokémon (catchable or not), their movesets, abilities, held items, and even evolutions are shuffled around. On top of that, several changes have been included by the developers, including a physical/special split, a 20% buff to all Trainers, replacing trade evolutions by level-up ones, and [[AntiFrustrationFeatures swapping the "Release" button for a "Hug" button]].

This run follows the adventures of ACCC ("Ace"), his companion D QZ" 3 ("Dairy Queen"), and his two starters Nosepass and Persian, as they set out to snag all 48 Shadow Pokémon, and put an end to Team Snagem and Cipher nefarious plans. Notable events along the way involved attempting to snag a Shadow Ho-Oh for almost the entirety of the first day and a half, to battling (and failing to defeat) a doppelgänger with a [[LegacyBossBattle very familiar team]], to just watching the news over and over and over.

The team featured some surprisingly good combos: a Slaking with Pure Power instead of Truant[[note]]for the less Pokémon-savvy out there, this means that instead of its insanely high 160 Attack stat being {{nerf}}ed by only being able to attack once every two turns, it was actually ''doubled''[[/note]], a Walrein which combined Natural Cure and Dragon Dance with Baton Pass[[note]]using Baton Pass to switch out activates Natural Cure, which cures it of any permanent status effect, and passes down the stat boost of Dragon Dance to the next Pokémon[[/note]], and Persian itself boosting Synthesis through its Drought ability[[note]]Drought automatically triggers a sunny weather, which makes Synthesis heal 2/3 of the HP instead of 1/2[[/note]]. Of course, it also had its fair amount of silliness, from an Octillery knowing the [[BlindIdiotTranslation mistranslated]] move Solid Plant, to a Ho-Oh and a Celebi which both used and abused the move [[RandomEffectSpell Metronome]], to Nosepass just plain [[NiceJobBreakingItHero healing the opponent]] using Pain Split.



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!!''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' contains examples of:



** The chat's attempt to weaken and capture Evice's Meganium, the second last shadow Pokémon, ended with Meganium [[https://clips.twitch.tv/BeautifulCloudyCrabsDeIlluminati knocking herself out]] with [[SelfDestructiveCharge Shadow Rush]].
* EverybodyLives: {{Enforced|Trope}}. Due to the limited number of Pokémon that can be obtained in the game, the "Release" button has been replaced by an ineffective "Hug" button by the developers, meaning there was no way for ACCC to get rid of any of his Pokémon, even by accident.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation:
** During the ending cutscene, the characters are amazed to learn that Ho-Oh had been watching over them, and comment on how they have never seen it from so close... except ACCC has had a Ho-Oh on his own team for the majority of the game, which he ''did'' use in the battle right before said cutscene.
** Normally, shadow Pokémon cannot evolve. This didn't stop Eevee [[https://clips.twitch.tv/InexpensiveBoxyAntelopeWow evolving into Tyranitar]].
*** In the base game, there are no stone evolution Pokémon. The developers did [[DevelopersForesight code in a check for shadow status]], but the game just ignores the check result and proceeds regardless.

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** The chat's attempt to weaken and capture Evice's Meganium, the second last shadow Pokémon, ended with Meganium [[https://clips.twitch.tv/BeautifulCloudyCrabsDeIlluminati knocking herself out]] with [[SelfDestructiveCharge Shadow Rush]].
* EverybodyLives: {{Enforced|Trope}}. Due to the limited number of Pokémon that can be obtained in the game, the "Release" button has been replaced by an ineffective "Hug" button by the developers, meaning there was no way for ACCC to get rid of any of his Pokémon, even by accident.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation:
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GameplayAndStorySegregation: During the ending cutscene, the characters are amazed to learn that Ho-Oh had been watching over them, and comment on how they have never seen it from so close... except ACCC has had a Ho-Oh on his own team for the majority of the game, which he ''did'' use in the battle right before said cutscene.
** Normally, shadow * LoopholeAbuse: Shadow Pokémon cannot are normally unable to evolve. This didn't stop However, the base game does not have any Shadow Pokémon that evolves by using a Stone, so it doesn't actually have to bother preventing those[[note]]The developers did actually [[DevelopersForesight code in a check for shadow status]], but the game just ignores the result and proceeds regardless.[[/note]]; as a result, ACCC was perfectly able to make his Shadow Eevee [[https://clips.twitch.tv/InexpensiveBoxyAntelopeWow evolving evolve into Tyranitar]].
*** In the base game, there are no stone evolution Pokémon. The developers did [[DevelopersForesight code in a check for shadow status]], but the game just ignores the check result and proceeds regardless.
Tyranitar]].



** Thanks to the randomization, ACCC was able to obtain an extremely powerful Legendary Pokémon, Ho-Oh, very early in the game. The same thing had already happened with Kenya the Groudon in ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonHeartGold''. {{Subverted|Trope}} though, in that Ho-Oh stayed on the team for the whole game, whereas Kenya was eventually released.
** After purifying Combusken, its randomized evolution turned out to be Flareon. Aside from TPP's [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed notorious]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonPlatinum history]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRedAnniversary with Flareon]], it isn't the first time the chat made efforts to find out the randomized evolution of a Fire-type Pokémon only to be greeted with Flareon, as this was exactly what happened at the end of ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonAlphaSapphire''.

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** Thanks to the randomization, ACCC was able to obtain an extremely powerful Legendary Pokémon, Ho-Oh, very early in the game. The same thing had already happened with Kenya the Groudon in ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonHeartGold''. {{Subverted|Trope}} though, in that Ho-Oh stayed on the team for the whole game, whereas Kenya was eventually released.
** After purifying Combusken, its randomized evolution turned out to be Flareon. Aside from TPP's [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed notorious]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonPlatinum history]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRedAnniversary with Flareon]], it isn't the first time the chat made efforts to find out the randomized evolution of a Fire-type Pokémon only to be greeted with Flareon, as this was exactly what happened at the end of ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonAlphaSapphire''.



* ObviousRulePatch: Given the limited amount of Pokémon that can be obtained within the game, and the fact that the overall difficulty has been boosted, the devs opted to replace the "Release" button with [[VideoGameCaringPotential a harmless "Hug" button]] in order to avoid an UnwinnableByInsanity situation.

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* ObviousRulePatch: Given the limited amount of Pokémon that can be obtained within the game, and the fact that the overall difficulty has been boosted, the devs opted to replace the "Release" button with [[VideoGameCaringPotential a harmless "Hug" button]] in order to avoid an UnwinnableByInsanity situation.


* GameplayAndStorySegregation: During the ending cutscene, the characters are amazed to learn that Ho-Oh had been watching over them, and comment on how they have never seen it from so close... except ACCC has had a Ho-Oh on his own team for the majority of the game, which he ''did'' use in the battle right before said cutscene.

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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: GameplayAndStorySegregation:
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During the ending cutscene, the characters are amazed to learn that Ho-Oh had been watching over them, and comment on how they have never seen it from so close... except ACCC has had a Ho-Oh on his own team for the majority of the game, which he ''did'' use in the battle right before said cutscene.cutscene.
** Normally, shadow Pokémon cannot evolve. This didn't stop Eevee [[https://clips.twitch.tv/InexpensiveBoxyAntelopeWow evolving into Tyranitar]].
*** In the base game, there are no stone evolution Pokémon. The developers did [[DevelopersForesight code in a check for shadow status]], but the game just ignores the check result and proceeds regardless.


* EpicFail: This game sets a new record for how fast the chat was able to crash the game, with the screen going black [[https://clips.twitch.tv/PlumpPlayfulBeaverSaltBae 53 seconds into the run]], as the chat attempted to enter the Colosseum Battle mode instead of starting a new game.

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* EpicFail: EpicFail:
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This game sets a new record for how fast the chat was able to crash the game, with the screen going black [[https://clips.twitch.tv/PlumpPlayfulBeaverSaltBae 53 seconds into the run]], as the chat attempted to enter the Colosseum Battle mode instead of starting a new game.


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** The chat's attempt to weaken and capture Evice's Meganium, the second last shadow Pokémon, ended with Meganium [[https://clips.twitch.tv/BeautifulCloudyCrabsDeIlluminati knocking herself out]] with [[SelfDestructiveCharge Shadow Rush]].

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''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemon'' (''TPP'') a series of social experiments in which commands representing buttons on an original Nintendo [=GameCube=] (up, down, left, right, A, B, X, Y, Z, L, R, start, and C-stick) are entered into a chat on Website/{{Twitch}}, and then translated into a game of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' via an IRC bot. In short, [[HilarityEnsues hundreds of people are fighting over a controller]]. Throughout its life, ''Twitch Plays Pokémon'' has spawned hilarious characters, memorable moments, and even a few religions.

''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' is the third run of Season 6, which ran from June 8th, 2019, to June 15th, 2019. It is the seventh randomized run and the thirty-sixth run overall, as well as the first return to the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] games since the ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'' and ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonXD XD]]'' runs in Season 2. As is par for the course for randomizer runs, all Pokémon (catchable or not), their movesets, abilities, held items, and even evolutions are shuffled around. On top of that, several changes have been included by the developers, including a physical/special split, a 20% buff to all Trainers, replacing trade evolutions by level-up ones, and [[AntiFrustrationFeatures swapping the "Release" button for a "Hug" button]].

This run follows the adventures of ACCC ("Ace"), his companion D QZ" 3 ("Dairy Queen"), and his two starters Nosepass and Persian, as they set out to snag all 48 Shadow Pokémon, and put an end to Team Snagem and Cipher nefarious plans. Notable events along the way involved attempting to snag a Shadow Ho-Oh for almost the entirety of the first day and a half, to battling (and failing to defeat) a doppelgänger with a [[LegacyBossBattle very familiar team]], to just watching the news over and over and over.

The team featured some surprisingly good combos: a Slaking with Pure Power instead of Truant[[note]]for the less Pokémon-savvy out there, this means that instead of its insanely high 160 Attack stat being {{nerf}}ed by only being able to attack once every two turns, it was actually ''doubled''[[/note]], a Walrein which combined Natural Cure and Dragon Dance with Baton Pass[[note]]using Baton Pass to switch out activates Natural Cure, which cures it of any permanent status effect, and passes down the stat boost of Dragon Dance to the next Pokémon[[/note]], and Persian itself boosting Synthesis through its Drought ability[[note]]Drought automatically triggers a sunny weather, which makes Synthesis heal 2/3 of the HP instead of 1/2[[/note]]. Of course, it also had its fair amount of silliness, from an Octillery knowing the [[BlindIdiotTranslation mistranslated]] move Solid Plant, to a Ho-Oh and a Celebi which both used and abused the move [[RandomEffectSpell Metronome]], to Nosepass just plain [[NiceJobBreakingItHero healing the opponent]] using Pain Split.

See also [[http://twitchplayspokemon.org/rcolo/ here]] for the archived progress of the game, or [[https://www.reddit.com/live/132l9olrsvbdj/ here]] for live updates.

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!!''Twitch Plays Pokémon Randomized Colosseum'' contains examples of:

* EpicFail: This game sets a new record for how fast the chat was able to crash the game, with the screen going black [[https://clips.twitch.tv/PlumpPlayfulBeaverSaltBae 53 seconds into the run]], as the chat attempted to enter the Colosseum Battle mode instead of starting a new game.
--> '''Live Updater:''' Great job guy[[labelnote:''sic'']][[/labelnote]]. We didn't get past the start screen and you broke the game
* EverybodyLives: {{Enforced|Trope}}. Due to the limited number of Pokémon that can be obtained in the game, the "Release" button has been replaced by an ineffective "Hug" button by the developers, meaning there was no way for ACCC to get rid of any of his Pokémon, even by accident.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: During the ending cutscene, the characters are amazed to learn that Ho-Oh had been watching over them, and comment on how they have never seen it from so close... except ACCC has had a Ho-Oh on his own team for the majority of the game, which he ''did'' use in the battle right before said cutscene.
* HistoryRepeats:
** Just like AAAAAAA in the original ''[[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum Colosseum]]'', ACCC spent a ''lot'' of time watching the news. Although whereas AAAAAAA watched the news over a thousand times, ACCC "only" watched 604 news reports.
** Thanks to the randomization, ACCC was able to obtain an extremely powerful Legendary Pokémon, Ho-Oh, very early in the game. The same thing had already happened with Kenya the Groudon in ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonHeartGold''. {{Subverted|Trope}} though, in that Ho-Oh stayed on the team for the whole game, whereas Kenya was eventually released.
** After purifying Combusken, its randomized evolution turned out to be Flareon. Aside from TPP's [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRed notorious]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonPlatinum history]] [[LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonRedAnniversary with Flareon]], it isn't the first time the chat made efforts to find out the randomized evolution of a Fire-type Pokémon only to be greeted with Flareon, as this was exactly what happened at the end of ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonAlphaSapphire''.
* LegacyBossBattle: Fein, a Cipher Peon who in the original game impersonates the protagonist to tarnish his reputation, had his team replaced with [[spoiler:AAAAAAA's team from the original ''LetsPlay/TwitchPlaysPokemonColosseum'', including a snaggable Shadow Misdreavus]].
* ObviousRulePatch: Given the limited amount of Pokémon that can be obtained within the game, and the fact that the overall difficulty has been boosted, the devs opted to replace the "Release" button with [[VideoGameCaringPotential a harmless "Hug" button]] in order to avoid an UnwinnableByInsanity situation.
* ThePowerOfTheSun: ACCC's Persian brings out the sun when it enters the field, which has the side effect of drastically boosting the efficiency of its Synthesis move. This earned it the nickname of "[=SunCat=]" among the Voices.
* TrollingCreator: [[invoked]] After the initial failure to defeat him, Fein (aka. "Shady Guy ACCC") never respawned, meaning he was ultimately left undefeated. After beating Evice for the second time, the stream operator took over control, went outside in the Outskirt Stand, where Fein should have been present, and [[TakeThatAudience the first few notes of "Born to Lose" started to play]] before the run ended for good.

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