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  • ... That Ash owns all of the Grass-Type Starters?
  • ... That Ash's Butterfree was the first Pokémon to be caught by Ash, the first to evolve, the first that Ash used to win a Pokémon battle, the first to be traded away, and the first to leave Ash?
  • ... That Unown weren't supposed to be alphabet letters, but symbols of Japanese language?
  • ... That Piplup is the only Water-type starter not to learn the move Water Gun?
  • ... That every Grass-type starter has an appendage that is based off of a plant?
  • ... That of the rodent Pokémon that appear early in the games, only Rattata is not brown?
  • ... That Brock's skin is lighter in the games than the anime?
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Kyogre (Japanese: カイオーガ Kaiouga) is a legendary Water-type Pokémon of Hoenn region. Favored by Team Aqua, Kyogre was said to clash with Groudon. Representing water, Kyogre helps humans by conjuring air in the greatest droughts. With the power of controling water, Kyogre can expand oceans.
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Norman is a character in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire. The Gym Leader of Petalburg City, Norman is also the father of the player character. When his child obtained four badges, he will accept the challenge, using Normal-type Pokémon. When defeated, he will be proud of his child, though will be sad as a Gym Leader. Still, he will give away the Balance Badge.

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Festival of Battle - {{{Region}}}, Part {{{Part}}}

Welcome, welcome, to the first annual fight of the Pokémon Wiki, the Festival of Battle! I'm [[User:{{{User}}}|{{{User}}}]] and I will be your host of the Festival this week! The Festival, as you have read, features the battles of Pokémon in a specific region. Each weekend you can taste some of the battles these Pokémon will have, so give a big support for ones you like!

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Now, let's hear for the commentators!

  • [[User:{{{Commenter1}}}|{{{Commenter1short}}}]]:Lilligant will likely be eliminated quickly, since Charizard-X and possibly Hydreigon can hit it with super-effective attacks, and Lilligant's lack of non-Grass moves will ensure it does little damage to the others. Dusknoir is quite sturdy, but has trouble dealing damage and will fall to repeated Dark Pulses or Crunches. That leaves just Hydreigon and Charizard-X standing. As they are both Dragon types, they can both hit each other quite hard. Charizard-X's slightly higher Speed and its Tough Claws ability will give it an edge against Hydreigon, leading to a narrow victory.
  • [[User:{{{Commenter2}}}|{{{Commenter2short}}}]]:So, it is the final battle and I remind everyone to read the comments first before voting. You can always choose to hare someone's advice.

In the first battle, we have Mega Charizard X, Hydreigon & Lilligant and Dusknoir. Charizard knows many fire attacks, from a simple Ember to the mighty Flare Blitz, which will burn each and every opponent. This can eliminate Lilligant already, who is a Grass-type. Hydreigon will be a much different opponent, who uses Dragon attacks, which can hurt Charizard effectively, though I remind that Charizard is a Mega-Evolved Pokémon, which means it is quite tough and can survive some Dragon attacks. Dusknoir is a Ghost-type, so it will have a tough battle with Hydreigon, but might confuse it with Confuse Ray and hit it with attacks like Payback, which inflict double damage, considering Dusknoir is slower than Hydreigon. It might not have a long battle with Charizard, though.

All things considered, I give my support to Charizard, though this is a fine, intense battle that cannot be ended easily.


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549Lilligant
635Hydreigon
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477Dusknoir
Dusknoir (with Shell Bell)
006MCharizard
Mega Charizard X

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Winners of the Festival Battles

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006Charizard
Charizard: 473
Vaporeon: 279
208Steelix
Steelix: 352
Sneasel: 163
356Dusclops
Dusclops: 343
Cacturne: 144
444Gabite
Gabite: 373
Floatzel: 125
635Hydreigon
Lilligant & Hydregion: 320
Emolga & Liepard: 67
706Goodra
Goodra: 245
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