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Pokemon Did You Knows?
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RE: Pokemon Did You Knows?
No. It is not. I can prove it. Each pokemon has an index number, as mentioned above. Kangaskhan's is 2. Remember this. The reason for this theory is that MissingNo. is thought to be the moved data of Marowak evolving into Kangaskhan. That is supported because MissingNo. evolves into Kangaskhan. However, one, nit only would battling that sort of data most likely kill your game (thus rendering it impossible to evolve), but since MissingNo. has no number, it turns into the 2, Kangaskhan. There have also been moments where MissingNo. evolves into Rhydon, whose index number is 1.
06-29-2012 06:47 PM
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RE: Pokemon Did You Knows?
Torchic's Male and Female sprite in Ruby and Sapphire are different from the player's point of view, as the female version has a single black pixel on the back of it's body, it is the only Starter besides Pikachu to have a gender difference.

Black and White 2, I believe, is the first Pokémon game to have an understandable language being spoken at certain parts of the game, in the Japanese versions, it's English. Here is an example.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biLXjRGFuSc

According to some sites that have looked at all the code for R/B/G, there were supposed to be field moves that would affect the battling field the Pokémon are in. It is suggested that HM's were supposed to be field moves, as there is unused text that says "Ground rose up somewhere" which could imply that moves could be used to change the field.

In the original Red and Blue, there is an unused class called "Chief", which exists in the game's code. It doesn't have a sprite, and is forced to use the Scientist sprite, since it's the first sprite in the game for trainer. It doesn't have any roster of Pokémon given to it, and upon defeat it doesn't give a victory speech.

If the player uses their Itemfinder at the Gate of the Safari Zone, there is a response, even though there is no item in the Safari zone that can be found near. The reasons for this is unknown.
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06-30-2012 12:44 AM
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RE: Pokemon Did You Knows?
Also, in Pokemon Yellow, there is a Jigglypuff in the Pewter City Pokemon Center and if you go up to it and let it sing to you...Pikachu gets tired! He falls asleep and you can walk around the center without him but eventually you have to wake him up and he lets out a big yawn ("CHaaaaaaa~")

The jigglypuff is in the other games too, including the remakes...but it's not as fun...

There is also the Surfing Pikachu mini-game that can be unlocked and transferred to Yellow via Pokemon Stadium and a Nintendo 64 transfer pack.

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06-30-2012 07:03 AM
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Credit goes to Bulbapedia for this one;

http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pattern_Bush

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Quote:An intriguing aspect of Pattern Bush is the mysterious empty patches of ground. No reason for this phenomenon is given, although the Trainers battling there have their own suspicions. It may be a reference to the Nazca lines or crop circles. However, from looking at the map from a distance, the area resembles a microchip, or more specifically, the game cartridge's internal printed circuit board. The fact that the area is teeming with Bug-types may reference the fact that the original Pokémon Red and Green were notoriously filled with bugs.
06-30-2012 11:28 AM
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^ Now THAT is something new! I applaud you, first thing I didn't know.
06-30-2012 04:37 PM
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That is clever as hell. I love this one!
06-30-2012 06:27 PM
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I was saving the pattern bush for another episode.
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You know, I thought I made it clear in the first post that this would be my ideas only, but I'm glad my thread grew into a hulking beast of rage that devours every Pokemon fact in existence.
That being said:

There was supposed to be a pure Flying type in the four gen, Sinnoh. It was Chatot, but was changed before release. Now Tornadus became the first pure flying type.

An official Pokemon Orange Island book refers to Dodou as only Normal type and Pikachu as a water type.

The first two Pokemon designed were Rhydon and Kangaskhan in that order.

Koffing and Weezing's names were originally LA and NY.

The Magneton in Pokemon Snap is unique: it is shown in a perfect triangle, without any of the three Magnemite touching, whereas Magneton are usually clumped together.

In the anime, an episode depicts Bill's Lighthouse door being decorated with legendary Pokemon. Mewtwo, despite only being known by Team Rocket at this point, is on there.

Ash's Noctowl is a shiny. The show also featured a shiny Dustox, Magneton, and Magikarp. The pink Butterfree was most likely not a shiny, just looked like one on account of the berries. Ash's Noctowl, however, is a different color than in-game sprites.
07-06-2012 06:12 PM
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RE: Pokemon Did You Knows?
You have probably already seen these
Sick site with sick facts, uses a violent language. Just a heads up for people that can't handle that kind of stuff
http://www.damnlag.com/pokemon-revelations/
One more site, a 9-year old sharing a few things though http://forum.pokemonomega.com/showthread.php?tid=7009
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07-08-2012 07:49 AM
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Can't believe nothing there was new to me. I have no life. I have many.
07-09-2012 11:01 AM
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Some of those are already mentioned. New video will probably cover all those, seeing how common they probably are reposted on various other sites.
07-10-2012 11:28 AM
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Those tricky people hiding stuff on pokémon games...
07-10-2012 12:46 PM
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(06-26-2012 11:33 AM)SoapNukeZ Wrote:  
(06-26-2012 11:31 AM)Cinna Wrote:  
(06-26-2012 11:19 AM)SoapNukeZ Wrote:  Most fans call them the legendary dogs or beasts.
that's what i just said lol
Didn't see the word beasts at first. Sorry.

A friend of mine(I think it was Legendary DCL) said to
me that Raikou is a Tiger-type,Entei is a Lion-type
and Suicune is a Panther-type,or something like that.
07-11-2012 03:06 AM
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I'm back y'all!

There are quite a few hidden things in SoulSilver/HeartGold that can only be found through usage of the Walk Through Walls code.
1. Your rival can be found in top left corner of Azeala Town. It's just his sprite, and interacts as part of the tree. So he can't talk, but can be headbutted.
2. Similar to above, but random npc male in New Bark Town, and while not in a corner, he's still in the upper trees.
3. Where the National Park/Pokeathlon Dome would be located, if accessed without entering a building, it takes you a patch of brick ground. What's special is that the brick functions as grass, but the only thing that can be found there are wild Nidorans. This is a possible reference to glitch Pokemon from Red/Blue which used Nidoran cries.
07-23-2012 01:06 PM
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About that truck one, it isn't true. In B/W and B/W2 there are clearly trucks in many places there.
07-24-2012 06:43 AM
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