Ghetsis and Hydreigon. 'dawww This makes me hate Ghetsis a little less... I only just got pokemon black, but so far N is the best pokemon character ever. He's the only villain that wasn't actually evil. Team rocket: Lol pokemon monopo Pokemon
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #5 - snakefire
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I only just got pokemon black, but so far N is the best pokemon character ever.

He's the only villain that wasn't actually evil.

Team rocket: Lol pokemon monopolization for self gain
Magma: Lol expand land mass for self gain
Aqua: Lol expand the oceans for self gain
Galactic: Lol create a new world for self gain

And then there's N who thinks he's doing what's right for everyone. He doesn't threaten or insult the main character, he bonds with him, he tries explaining his motives and he is actually depicted as a person rather than an agenda.
User avatar #14 to #5 - molestedbeggar
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so N is like hitler?
he thought he was doing something great while at the same time being a bad guy
User avatar #66 to #14 - daentraya
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No, he was a genuinely good guy, but Ghetsis showed him pokemon in pain doing all of his childhood, and Ghetsis used N's love and desire to free pokemon from pain and enslavement for his own agenda. The real villain is Ghetsis
User avatar #67 to #66 - molestedbeggar
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i see.
User avatar #69 to #67 - daentraya
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I like N.. This is the only conflict in pokemon that can actually have a player split. I would gladly have followed N, beat up team plazma and make the world how N envisioned it, with people being less obsessed with pitting pokemon together
User avatar #71 to #69 - molestedbeggar
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but he still pits pokemon against eachother.
making him a hypocrite
User avatar #73 to #71 - daentraya
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Not really. Unlike Ghetsis and all of team plazma who open admits to this hypocrisy, N genuinely loves his pokemon, and he fights for entirely different reasons. Also, you kinda have to have a rival in pokemon. There's no real way out of that one
User avatar #74 to #73 - molestedbeggar
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i thought in black/white you had 2 rivals.
cheren and bianca
User avatar #75 to #74 - daentraya
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They aren't really rivals to me. Just two friends who follow you around, and you test yourself against them and them against you. It doesnt have the 'here's the guy you have to fight in the end' thing to it. While N is a friendly dude, he still is the second final big battle. I haven't played other games, but isn't the rival the one you fight in the end? The one you wish to defeat, like Red
User avatar #31 to #5 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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Incase you didn't know, the Gen 6 team is "Lol pokemon monopolization for self gain again"
User avatar #7 to #5 - supermanisgay
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too bad ghetsis is the main villain, and N was just a pawn
#8 to #7 - anon id: 495a3993
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That doesn't stop him from being a major character in the story..
User avatar #9 to #5 - infinitereaper
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I'm in the same boat. N is a great character.

Though I am sad to admit the first time I saw him was in hentai, and when I met him in Black I recognized him.

Black's a good game. Unlike Platinum it doesn't feel so hollow. Though I do miss the poffins and contest system we had back in Emerald.
#11 to #9 - admit
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User avatar #12 to #11 - rageattheusername
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Your choice of names.
User avatar #10 to #9 - infinitereaper
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Just reached the Elite Four.
Damn this game is awesome.
#34 to #5 - Ihazfunkitty
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i agree that N is a great character but to me pokemon games needs a rival, N felt more like a friend who doesnt agree with your opinions
i agree that N is a great character but to me pokemon games needs a rival, N felt more like a friend who doesnt agree with your opinions
#15 to #5 - murrlogic
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Then there is Ghetsis
#49 to #15 - somekindofname
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Darkrai in the Explorers series. Holy ****, that guy was an antagonist.
User avatar #29 to #5 - cakershaker
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in white and black 2 he leaves you his zoroark. I don't know why i felt the need to mention this, but I think it makes him a bit better.
User avatar #51 to #29 - dyllygaf
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You can actually catch quite a few of his pokemon in B&W 2, you see them out in the wild and when they show up they have a little animation of these crystals rotating around them before the battle starts and when you catch them their OT number is N

I've caught almost all of them and trained them up a lot and now my team is made up almost entirely out of N's pokemon, i'll post it:
- Haxorus lvl 100 Mine
- Klinklang lvl 76 N's
- Zoroark lvl 76 N's
- Scrafty lvl 76 N's
- Darmanitan lvl 80 N's
- Leavanny lvl 76 Mine
I also have a Shiny level 60 Haxorus and a level 100 Dragonite but i just like bragging about those
#28 - thechosentroll
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He must have learned from the worlds' greatest pokemon trainer - James.
He must have learned from the worlds' greatest pokemon trainer - James.
User avatar #48 to #28 - reican
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Imagine this: If James started to work as a pokemon breeder, Jessie as a contestant and administrator for pokemon contests and Meowth aided in pokemon science for understanding pokemon. They would be the most successful team of all teams.
User avatar #72 to #48 - anomorphous
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I think that's the whole point of them being in the show. They have all this talent but are wasting it doing something they end up not even liking.
#83 to #72 - anon id: f1edab80
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I always figured they were manipulating team rocket with a silly reason to pay for their travel expenses as they traveled around the world messing **** up because it being fun.
#13 - MCmc
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pokerape is no laughing matter.
make sure you have enough badges to control your pokemon
#60 to #13 - anon id: 7dbf3d04
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Well i think it's pretty funny.
#20 - chaosnazo
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Oh boy, Ghetsis content!    
1/3   
   
Actually, one funny thing is that In-game you actually never see Ghetsis' right arm and eye. His Hydreigon also has Frustration,which hits stronger the less your pokémon likes you, and Hyrdeigon's Frustration hits at full force.   
   
 His hyrdeigon hates him and therefore took away his arm and eye    
   
He is also ******* insane, here's why
Oh boy, Ghetsis content!
1/3

Actually, one funny thing is that In-game you actually never see Ghetsis' right arm and eye. His Hydreigon also has Frustration,which hits stronger the less your pokémon likes you, and Hyrdeigon's Frustration hits at full force.

His hyrdeigon hates him and therefore took away his arm and eye

He is also ******* insane, here's why
User avatar #40 to #20 - darkangeloffire
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Actually, you do see Ghetsis's right You need to login to view this link the opening for Black and White, when he puts the crown on N. Unless it's a prosthetic but it didn't look like one. Aside from that, I loved your showing of how twisted Ghetsis is.
User avatar #42 to #40 - chaosnazo
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Ah yes, I forgot about that.
If it isn't a prosthetich then it's at least really miscoloured
User avatar #43 to #42 - darkangeloffire
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Might be the lighting. That can miscolour stuff.
User avatar #44 to #43 - chaosnazo
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Nonono, I didn't mean miscoloured as "what an odd colour"
I meant miscoloured as "that arm is not healthy"
User avatar #45 to #44 - darkangeloffire
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I see. That could be the reason. Seems like lighting to me but, meh, details.
#21 to #20 - chaosnazo
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BW:

- That big castle drilling itself into the Pokemon League of Unova? Would not have happened without Ghetsis.

- Those Plasma grunts who use and abuse stolen Pokemon for their own ends? Following the mentality Ghetsis encouraged.

- N grew up with abused Pokemon that his father, Ghetsis, had his mooks abuse in the first place and then deliberately gave to N in order to warp his views on the relationships between people and Pokemon, giving him a false reality he’d believe he had to change.

- Team Plasma enslaved and overworked countless Pokemon for years in order to build this castle…all under Ghetsis’ orders.

- That lab where they’re going to hijack the storage system of every PC and release all Pokemon? Ghetsis’ place, Ghetsis’ idea.

- N’s disturbing childhood playtime room, where he’s been in and played in even recently? The environment that Ghetsis provided for him deliberately to shut him off from human contact and slow his aging mentally: to keep him pure and child-like in order to be the Hero, and ignorant as a pawn. This level of Tykebomb raising borders on Mind Rape!

- The calculated manipulation of minds and hearts - Ghetsis’ prize policy for controlling the masses.

- From Unova, Ghetsis wants to dominate the entire world and set up a new world order - not just take over the Unova region.
#22 to #21 - chaosnazo
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- He wants to be the only one who can use, abuse, and control Pokemon as he sees fit, leaving the rest of the population powerless and susceptible to being oppressed and enslaved by him and his Pokemon.

- He’s been working towards this for years. The man has always been a heartless, self interested sociopath.

- “MY Team Plasma!” It’s all about him. He was using everyone for his own ends and would gladly throw them all away if it suited him. In the end he cares for nobody and nothing: only himself.

- He wanted to make the masses weak and afraid. He’s the worst kind of bully.

- Again he says he wanted to rule the world utterly, not just rule Unova. And he wanted to do this through incredibly vile means: through manipulation of hearts.

- When he says “You must be eliminated!”, he means he intends to murder you. Standard as that may be for most fictional villains, no main “Pokemon" game villain has used these terms or ever had this intent before, which makes Ghetsis stand out above the rest.

#23 to #22 - chaosnazo
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- Ghetsis built Team Plasma on a lie about his cause in order to manipulate self righteous people who genuinely wanted to do good for Pokemon, his own son included. He made them believe that through this plan and the power of the Hero, all Pokemon would be freed from the captivity of humans, so that humans and Pokemon could be segregated into separate worlds. In reality, he intended to be the only one to use Pokemon. To enslave and abuse them for their power, which would be used to enslave and abuse people! More than any past villain, Ghetsis is extra exploitative of Pokemon themselves. And that’s terrible!

- Ghetsis shamelessly admits to being a cruel, utterly sadistic sociopath who gets off on the pain of other’s when they’ve broken in despair and lost all hope. He elevates himself higher by bringing others down lower. A truly despicable piece of work.

- “The world should be mine!” The guy feels entitled to ruling the world.

- He shows absolutely no remorse for his crimes, for he sees himself as perfect. His creation, his plans, the atrocious lengths he takes in them, and his new world order are thus “perfect” too. He’s actually self righteous about being evil. That really takes something special.

- And last he admits to having raised his son up specifically to be his puppet in his master plan that was years in the making, and then has the audacity to insult him for being “a freak without a human heart”: not only hypocritical, but insulting his own son for being exactly what he himself raised him to be because his entire plan hinged on him being it!

It leaves us asking: what sort of sick, heinous creature would go to these lengths for a completely selfish and evil cause? Ghetsis would, and he did. That is why he is Pokemon’s definitive Complete Monster.
#24 to #23 - chaosnazo
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In BW2:

- The Plasma freeze canon that draws power from Kyurem and freezes over an entire city, endangering countless innocent lives? And did this to at least half the Unova region? All can be traced to Ghetsis.

- Ghetsis’ plan is to cover the entire region in ice, torturing and potentially killing the masses with the freeze until they are forced to submit to him, making him the ruler of the Unova region. And his sights are only on Unova now because his year long plan that could’ve gotten him control of the world in one fell swoop failed, so he’s starting with his short term goal now. A later line of dialogue still says he wants to rule the world, with the Unova region as his base.- He orders Kyurem to use Glaciate on you and murder you. The official translation is “I will freeze you solid right here!”, but the line is meant to be “You will be frozen solid right here!”, which more clearly indicates his murderous intent. And he wasn’t going to have you impaled with icicles, ‘cause that would be too quick and easy. He wants to give you a slow, painful demise of freezing to death as your body lies numb on the cavern floor, because that way you suffer in your despair, break and lose all hope knowing that Ghetsis has won. That’s the type of death he prefers to give his victims, the sick, sadistic bastard…

- And even if the intent was not even to murder, it would be pure torture. And either way, it is the first time a villain in a main “Pokemon” game has ever taken advantage of the “Why Don’t You Just Shoot Him?” trope and ordered their superpowered creature to directly attack a human, without any proper Pokemon battle first. And said human is a kid. Put that into context and consideration, folks!

#26 to #24 - chaosnazo
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Last part


- N’s Pokemon could sense that Kyurem is suffering. Because Ghetsis has been torturing it to get it to comply with his heinous terrorist deeds that endanger countless lives in Unova. He’s now forcibly controlling it with his stave, paining it’s body, mind, and soul.

- Just look at him! Ghetsis is a pure evil, psychotic sociopath with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

- “Fools who don’t even know how to use Pokemon!” Pokemon are nothing but usable and disposable tools and weapons for Ghetsis. This line of dialogue confirms that. Even for a Pokemon villain, that’s low.

- And last, when he’s actually offered redemption on a free platter by his son, the person whom he has hurt the most and yet is still willing to give him a chance…he shoots him down with a tirade of enraged insults, still deeming his “freak” of a son to be beneath him. This proves that there’s no remorse or redemption for Ghetsis. He has not a shred of decency in him.





TLDR?
He is ******* insane and a complete monster
User avatar #30 to #26 - mitchr
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5th gen was entirely different from other generations, thus far; it was far more storyline-centric as opposed to other games, and said storyline was a fair amount better as well.
Having a better enemy is just another part of that; N was an antivillain, whereas Ghetsis was a Magnificent Bastard who led events from afar and had plans much darker than any other villain to date.
#33 to #30 - chaosnazo
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I can't wait for Gen VI to see how they do the story there
User avatar #52 to #33 - kaarel
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Can someone explain what the **** is going on in that picture?
#53 to #52 - chaosnazo
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it's the third of some comical pictures of characters from BW attacking others beacuse of varying reasons

1/3
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2/3
#56 to #55 - chaosnazo
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and 3/3
User avatar #57 to #53 - kaarel
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Can you give me a link to the source of theese pictures?

Also, thank you.
User avatar #80 to #26 - PrismaLowell
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I've said this many times, and I will continue saying this; Ghetsis is how I Lawful Evil.
User avatar #58 to #26 - zorororonoa
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Although I think everyone can agree that Ghestis is the most evil villain in any pokemon game, I think Cyrus takes the cake for must ****** up plans. I mean, he wants to use Dialga/Palkia to rebuild the entire GALAXY. He may have not been as cruel or heartless as Ghestis, but if Cyrus would have succeeded, I think the end result would have been much worse than Ghestis ruling the world.
User avatar #35 to #26 - ICEDgrunge
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The thing I want to know is what the **** was up with Ghetsis giving you the orbs of Dialga, Palkia and Giratina after you beat him in the first B&W. I didn't play the 2nd one, so I don't know if it was answered, but it's a ******* curious move.
#36 to #35 - chaosnazo
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The orbs of DPG are unique items in the games, so it had to be a way to get them in BW without connecting to Pearl, Diamon and Platinum.

BW also happens several years after RBY, GSC, RSE and DPPt, so it would be logical that the most power-hungry man in Unova has them since Cyrus is in the distortion world
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Of course, I understand the intentions the game developers had, with the entire legendary egg thing they had with the special event, but I hope to see the entire thing revisited, it was an interesting concept that he magically got hold of them, and like I said, outside of the copout to get the items to you, it's an odd motive for him to give them to you.
#38 to #37 - chaosnazo
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As I said, the way Ghetsis got the orbs would most likely be that in his search for power he also must have gotten the orbs due to them being powerful artifacts.
This was possible due to team galactic's disbandment.

Why he would give them to you is a mystery, probarly just to get the orbs in Gen V since you COULD NOT tranfer items from gen IV to gen V
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#65 - krayon
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"Shhh, baby don't struggle, just let it happen!"
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#27 - demicus
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Having odd fetishes really makes innocent moments like these rather awkward.....
#79 to #27 - harbingerwolf
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I still cant comprehend how people can enjoy vore...
User avatar #88 to #79 - demicus
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I'll be 100% honest, mate: Most people who DO like vore, can't explain why. And you'll find its that way with most paraphilias, like guro and all the weird ****.

And yet, here I am. *shrugs*
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I have no idea what vore is, but judging by the picture, I'm a bit scared to find out...
#89 to #87 - demicus
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Essentially, at its bare bones, vore is:   
   
1) Being eaten   
2) Eating someone   
3) Observing someone being eaten/eating someone   
   
The main difference from Vore and Cannibalism is that vore is usually being swallowed whole and alive, usually with sexual appeal, while cannibalism is just eating another person.    
   
Vore is 120% impossible in just about every form too, so it remains a fantasy, and just about every voreaphile will tell you they are 150% against actual cannibalism.
Essentially, at its bare bones, vore is:

1) Being eaten
2) Eating someone
3) Observing someone being eaten/eating someone

The main difference from Vore and Cannibalism is that vore is usually being swallowed whole and alive, usually with sexual appeal, while cannibalism is just eating another person.

Vore is 120% impossible in just about every form too, so it remains a fantasy, and just about every voreaphile will tell you they are 150% against actual cannibalism.
User avatar #91 to #89 - vore
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There is much, much more to vore, my friend.

And yes, that is true. 150%. No....150.5%.
User avatar #92 to #91 - demicus
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^_^ I know well the complexities of vore. I simply gave a generalized, bare bones description of the most common aspect of vore.

Mostly an OV guy, with CV as a good second place. Not into AV or UB...
#93 to #92 - vore
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I was going to send you a friend request...then I realized I already had you added....
I was going to send you a friend request...then I realized I already had you added....
#94 to #93 - demicus
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^//////^ YAY, the thought counts a great deal!
^//////^ YAY, the thought counts a great deal!
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you have initiated vore thread
User avatar #41 to #27 - Awesomecarrot
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Man you'd love Attack on Titan
User avatar #54 - galkawhm
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Ghetsis's Hydreigon knows the move Frustration.
Frustration is more powerful the less the pokemon likes you.
Hydreigon hates Ghetsis.
User avatar #64 to #54 - midnightdove [OP]
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That's why he's nomming him
But cutely.
#76 to #54 - kingbulbasaur
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Maybe he hates what Ghetsis has become..
Maybe it's LITERALLY frustrated that it can't do anything to change how evil he is

Fuuck, I love Pokemon..
#17 - infinitereaper
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******* Ghetsis.

I lost 3 times in a row before I was finally able to beat him.

His god damned glorious Hydreigon was responsible for all those defeats.
#19 to #17 - anon id: d3d3060c
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I beat him on my first try. My main team was Serperior + Darmanitan + Reshiram. My other 3 where basicly cannonfodder I used for like 1 turn each in order to heal/ Ressurect my main pokemon
User avatar #68 to #19 - daentraya
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Dit I had a run with Whimsicott, Archeops and Samurott, and got the justice trio as useful cannon fodder that actually helped much more than i expected. Beat him on my first try, but not without getting 30 hp away from total defeat on his last pokemon like 4 times while his pokemon recoiled to death.. ******* Ghetsis man..
User avatar #61 - spelt
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What the **** is a Hydreigon
User avatar #63 to #61 - midnightdove [OP]
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Dark/Dragon type under the Brutal species.
#81 to #61 - Vuumbleman
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This thing.
This thing.
#18 - bluemagebrilly
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With how much he's getting bitten, I feel like Ghetsis is related to James somehow.
With how much he's getting bitten, I feel like Ghetsis is related to James somehow.
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