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    I think that considering Zekrom from M14 as Ash's Pokemon is a mistake. He never caught it, so it's not his.

    And if you're gonna say that you counted it as his Pokemon because he commanded it, so you need to count the Cottonee from BW as his Pokemon too as well as the other Pokemon he used during the Summer Camp in DP and many other Pokemon.
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    Error: I noticed on Zoroark's page, in "How to Obtain: BW2," you misspelled "evolve" as "evovle."

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    Quote Originally Posted by IcySealeo View Post
    I think that considering Zekrom from M14 as Ash's Pokemon is a mistake. He never caught it, so it's not his.

    And if you're gonna say that you counted it as his Pokemon because he commanded it, so you need to count the Cottonee from BW as his Pokemon too as well as the other Pokemon he used during the Summer Camp in DP and many other Pokemon.
    Difference is this:

    http://www.serebii.net/events/dex/643.shtml#2011

    Check the OT

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    http://serebii.net/anime/characters/cynthia.shtml You never updated it with her Glaceon




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    In the Pokemon Conquest section in general, the word "tension" should be replaced with the word "energy".

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/aurora.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/ignis.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/greenleaf.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/fontaine.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/violight.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/chrysalia.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/pugilis.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/illusio.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/terrera.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/cragspur.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/viperia.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/yaksha.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/avia.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/spectra.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/valora.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/nixtorm.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/areas/dragnor.shtml

    The "Field" areas are actually labeled "Farm" in the English games.
    The "Mountain Stream" areas are actually labeled "Ravine" in the English games.
    The "Float Stone" areas are actually labeled "Floating Rock" in the English games.
    The "Plaza" areas are actually labeled "Park" in the English games.

    Also,

    On the Aurora page, "The unique area of the Nixtorm has the Forging House" should be "Aurora's unique area is the Forging House".
    On the Ignis page, "In the Ignis, you confront Hideyoshi" should be "In Ignis, you confront Hideyoshi" and "The unique area of the Ignis is a hot spring" should be "Ignis's unique area is a hot spring".
    On the Greenleaf page, "Defeat the Flame Nation" should be "Conquer Ignis", "In the Greenleaf, you confront Motonori" should be "In Greenleaf, you confront Motonari", and "The unique area of the Greenleaf is a large tree" should be "Greenleaf's unique area is a large tree".
    On the Fontaine page, "Defeat the Plant Nation" should be "Conquer Greenleaf" and "The unique area of the Terrera is a larger gold mine" should be "Fontaine's unique area is a larger gold mine".
    On the Violight page, "Defeat the Spring Nation" should be "Conquer Fontaine", "In the Violight, you confront Ginchiyo" should be "In Violight, you confront Ginchiyo", and "The unique area of the Violight is a coil" should be "Violight's unique area is a coil".
    On the Chrysalia page, "Defeat the Fontaine" should be "Conquer Fontaine", "In the Chrysalia, you confront Yoshimoto" should be "In Chrysalia, you confront Yoshimoto", and "The unique area of the Chrysalia has the Pharmacy" should be "Chrysalia's unique area is the Pharmacy".
    On the Pugilis page, "Defeat the Fontaine" should be "Conquer Fontaine", the leader is Yoshihiro, but is labeled as None, "In the Pugilis, you confront Yoshihiro" should be "In Pugilis, you confront Yoshihiro", and "The unique area of the Pugilis is a fighting ring" should be "Pugilis's unique area is a fighting ring".
    On the Illusio page, "Once you have defeated the Pugilis, the Illusio appears" should be "Once you have conquered Pugilis, Illusio appears", "You may not have to battle them yourself due to gaining both Gem & Terreras when you defeat just one" should be "You may not have to battle them due to gaining both Illusio and Terrera when you conquer just one", and "The unique area of the Illusio is a large tree" should be "Illusio's unique area is a large tree".
    On the Terrera page, "Once you have defeated the Pugilis, the Terrera appears" should be "Once you have conquered Pugilis, Terrera appears", "You may not have to battle them yourself due to gaining both Gem & Terreras when you defeat just one" should be "You may not have to battle them due to gaining both Illusio and Terrera when you conquer just one", and "The unique area of the Terrera is a larger gold mine" should be "Terrera's unique area is a larger gold mine". You also omitted the part about Shingen's army attacking you before you can challenge them to a battle.
    On the Cragspur page, "Defeat the Gem & Terreras" should be "Conquer Illusio and Terrera" and "Once you have defeated the Earth & Illusios" should be "Once you have conquered Illusio and Terrera". You also omitted the part about Cragspur's unique area.
    On the Viperia page, "Defeat the Gem & Terreras" should be "Conquer Illusio and Terrera", "Once you have defeated the Earth & Illusios" should be "Once you have conquered Illusio and Terrera", "In this area, the battler takes place" should be "In this area, the battle takes place", and "The unique area of the Viperia has the Pharmacy" should be "Viperia's unique area is the Pharmacy".
    On the Yaksha page, "Defeat Earth & Illusios" should be "Conquer Illusio and Terrera", "When you arrive in the Yaksha" should be "When you arrive in Yaksha", "He will challenge ou" should be "He will challenge you", and "The unique area of the Yaksha is a larger gold mine" should be "Yaksha's unique area is a larger gold mine".
    On the Avia page, "Defeat the Earth & Gem Areas" should be "Conquer Illusio and Terrera", "The Wing Area follows on with the theme of the sky" should be "Avia has a sky theme", and "The unique area of the Avia is a windmill" should be "Avia's unique area is a windmill".
    On the Spectra page, "Defeat the Yaksha, Avia, Cragspur and Viperias" should be "Conquer Cragspur, Viperia, Yaksha, and Avia", "The Spectra has got a variety of aspects to it" should be "Spectra has a variety of aspects to it", and "The unique area of the Spectra is a large tree" should be "Spectra's unique area is a large tree". Also, there is no picture, and "Nouhime" should be "No".
    On the Valora page, "Defeat the Shadow, Wing, Pointyrock and Viperias" should be "Conquer Cragspur, Viperia, Yaksha, and Avia" and "The unique area of the Valora is a hot spring" should be "Valora's unique area is a hot spring".
    On the Nixtorm page, "Defeat the Yaksha, Avia, Cragspur and Viperias" should be "Conquer Cragspur, Viperia, Yaksha, and Avia", "The Nixtorm is relatively simple" should be "Nixtorm is relatively simple", and "The unique area of the Nixtorm has the Forging House" should be "Nixtorm's unique area is the Forging House".
    On the Dragnor page, "Defeat the Nixtorm, Spectra & Valoras" should be "Conquer Spectra, Valora, and Nixtorm", "Nobuanga" should be "Nobunaga", and "The unique area of the Dragnor is the castle which allows you to hone your strengths" should be "Dragnor's unique area is the castle which allows you to hone your strength". Also, "Inahime" should be "Ina" and "Nouhime" should be "No".

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    On the Pokémon World Tournament page, it states that the Type Master tournament is unlocked by beating Driftveil, Mix and Rental tournaments.

    But what happens is: by defeating the five Leader tournaments, you unlock both "World Leaders" and "Type Master" tournaments.

    Furthermore, if you conquer all five and defeat Mix tournament, you unlock Mix Master tournament, and if you conquer all five and defeat Rental tournament, you unlock Rental Master tournament.

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    My apologies. Shall rectify

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    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushou.shtml
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushou2.shtml

    "Strength" should be "Power", "Intelligence" should be "Wisdom", "Appeal" should be "Charisma", and "Max No. of Pokémon" should be "Capacity".
    Hanbei's original Pokémon is Mareep, not Pichu.
    Ranmaru's Warrior Skill is called Empathy.
    Ina's original Pokémon is Quagsire, not Wooper.
    Kiyomasa's Warrior Skill is called Empathy.
    "Gow" should be "Gō".
    Hatsu's Warrior Skill is Detox, not Fortify.
    "Dousetsu" should be "Dōsetsu".
    "Sekisou" should be "Sekisō".
    "Sandayuu" should be "Sandayū".
    "Seikurou" should be "Seikurō".
    "Gennan" should be "Gen’an".
    Ujimasa has the wrong portrait. He should have the same portrait used by Nobufusa, among others.
    "Dousan" should be "Dōsan".
    "Danzou" should be "Danzō".
    "Kazuma" should be "Kazumasa".
    "Otsuu" should be "Otsū".

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    "Friendship" should be "Empathy".
    "Leap" should be "High Jump".

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    There's something in the pokedex bw sprites of the new form/formes that bugging me, and should be replaced. The most noticeable are Tornadus (1|2) with the normal one spreading his wings but the shiny one aren't. And Keldeo (1|2) normal one facing forward and shiny one facing sideways. Basicaly you should replace them with the one that ripped from in-game pokedex than screencap then rip it from animation since the frame might be different. Oh, and Landorus too (1|2)has different right leg position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterdarvus View Post
    There's something in the pokedex bw sprites of the new form/formes that bugging me, and should be replaced. The most noticeable are Tornadus (1|2) with the normal one spreading his wings but the shiny one aren't. And Keldeo (1|2) normal one facing forward and shiny one facing sideways. Basicaly you should replace them with the one that ripped from in-game pokedex than screencap then rip it from animation since the frame might be different. Oh, and Landorus too (1|2)has different right leg position.
    You are stuck in your browser's cache...I changed them to those sprites a month ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii View Post
    You are stuck in your browser's cache...I changed them to those sprites a month ago
    Wow, really? sorry for that ._. so it just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterdarvus View Post
    Wow, really? sorry for that ._. so it just me.
    Press Ctrl F5 and it'll sort itself

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    The House Plant costs 100 Durin Berries and 60 Leppa Berries.

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    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/wifievent.shtml

    Keiji's episode is called "The Free Spirit's Path", not "Wandering Kabuki Performer". It's also available for download now.

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushoupower.shtml

    "Evasive" should be "Lazybones".
    "Cool Head" should be "Extinguish".
    "Stealth Point" should be "Ninjutsu".
    "Rogue" should be "Trickster".

    Edit:

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushou.shtml

    Ina doesn't require a 70% link with Empoleon to transform. When she transformed in my game, her link with Empoleon was 66.92%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shine View Post
    http://www.serebii.net/itemdex/shiningcharm.shtml
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    1 in 1365 becoming 1 in 1024 is an increase in chance, not a reduce.


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    a few of the stat-boosting Pinch berries have the wrong descriptions. Specifically, Liechi, Petaya, and Apicot.



    http://www.serebii.net/events/dex/486.shtml

    The Japan Movie Regigigas also does not possess any Ribbon just like its TRU counterpart.


    The above errors are not fixed yet.




    Also

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    the Sections bar on the right still lists "Corless" instead of "Colress".

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    You listed Quick Attack twice for Cheren's Pidove.

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    A few things in the Conquest section under obtainable pokemon:
    -Terrakion and Groudon are stated to appear in Valora. Terrakion actually appears in Cragspur and Groudon appears in Terrera. This is also the case with Dialga, who appears in Dragnor, according to my experience.
    -Registeel requires that the Unifier Crystal is obtained, and can only be obtained in Ieyasu's mission, from my experience. It might also require that two of the 15 warlords with best link are Ieyasu and Tadakatsu, but I can't verify that.
    -The condition for Arceus states that "80% Link with Eevee and evolutions" is required. The "and" could imply that all the link level must be achieved with all evolutions of Eevee, so it should specify that it only requires the starter Eevee.

    Link: http://www.serebii.net/conquest/pokemon.shtml

    Some translation changes in the abilities section. I'm sure I missed a few:
    -Buddha Strength should be Celebrate.
    -Chill should be changed to Frostbite.
    -Furious Vigor should be changed to Conqueror.
    -High-Handed should be High-rise.
    -Inner Focus says "Increases chance of flinching," when it should say it protects the pokemon from flinching.
    -Magma Boiler should be Hot Blooded.
    -Last Fortress should be Last Bastion.
    -Pester should be Disgust.
    -Deep Sleep has an extra "Sleep" in the name.
    -Sandbathe should be Sandpit.
    -Shadow Smack should be Shadow Dash.

    Link: http://www.serebii.net/conquest/abilities.shtml
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    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/abilities.shtml

    Adrenaline should be Spirit.
    Consideration should be Confidence.
    Doze should be Power Nap.
    Hypnotic Aura should be Calming.
    Loiter should be Herbivore.
    Money Rush should be Bonanza.
    Recovery Aura should be Medic.
    Sympathy should be Share.
    Vigor should be Tenacity.
    Water Boost should be Aqua Boost.

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/pokemon.shtml

    The ordering for most of the Pokemon's abilities is messed up. Yes, it does matter, because a Pokemon keeps the ability corresponding to the slot when it evolves, and the hot spring requires 10,000 gold to switch to the third ability, but only 3,000 gold to switch to the first or second ability.

    Here is the proper ordering for the abilities for Pokemon for whom I found a mistake in the ordering, in the order of first ability, second ability, third ability:

    Ralts: Instinct, Perception, Share
    Kirlia: Instinct, Perception, Share
    Gardevoir: Instinct, Perception, Confidence
    Pichu: Static, Mood Maker, Sequence
    Pikachu: Static, Celebrate, Lightningrod
    Raichu: Static, Instinct, Lightningrod
    Wooper: Gulp, Deep Sleep, Water Absorb
    Quagsire: Shackle, Deep Sleep, Water Absorb
    Igglybuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Jigglypuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Wigglytuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Starly: Keen Eye, Hero, Celebrate
    Staravia: Intimidate, Hero, Celebrate
    Staraptor: Intimidate, Hero, Vanguard
    Bidoof: Simple, Deep Sleep, Unaware
    Bibarel: Simple, Deep Sleep, Unaware
    Whirlipede: Poison Point, Jagged Edge, Hero
    Scolipede: Poison Point, Jagged Edge, Vanguard
    Shinx: Intimidate, Sequence, Celebrate
    Luxio: Intimidate, Sequence, Run Up
    Luxray: Intimidate, Sequence, Sprint
    Litwick: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Lampent: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Chandelure: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Petilil: Own Tempo, Nurse, Life Force
    Ampharos: Static, Interference, Confidence
    Cottonee: Melee, Mountaineer, Dodge
    Riolu: Inner Focus, Parry, Sprint
    Lucario: Inner Focus, Parry, Sprint
    Ekans: Intimidate, Shed Skin, Frighten
    Arbok: Intimidate, Shed Skin, Frighten
    Pineco: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Explode
    Forretress: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Explode
    Spheal: Deep Sleep, Skater, Thick Fat
    Sealeo: Deep Sleep, Skater, Thick Fat
    Gothita: Instinct, Perception, Dodge
    Gothorita: Instinct, Perception, Calming
    Sandile: Intimidate, Moxie, Celebrate
    Munna: Deep Sleep, Perception, Instinct
    Blitzle: Lightningrod, Motor Drive, Run Up
    Dratini: Shed Skin, Instinct, Mood Maker
    Dragonair: Shed Skin, Instinct, Mountaineer
    Dragonite: Inner Focus, Confidence, Last Bastion
    Larvitar: Sandpit, Guts, Stealth
    Pupitar: Shed Skin, Jagged Edge, Shield
    Beldum: Clear Body, Bodyguard, Run Up
    Metang: Clear Body, Bodyguard, Shield
    Gible: Sandpit, Instinct, Melee
    Gabite: Sandpit, Parry, Celebrate
    Croagunk: Dodge, Melee, Disgust
    Snorunt: Inner Focus, Skater, Stealth
    Minccino: Mood Maker, Perception, Confidence
    Cinccino: Dodge, Perception, Confidence
    Machop: Guts, Thrust, Bodyguard
    Machoke: Guts, Thrust, Bodyguard
    Timburr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Gurdurr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Conkeldurr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Cubchoo: Stealth, Skater, Mood Maker
    Beartic: Stealth, Tenacity, Frighten
    Oshawott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Parry
    Dewott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Parry
    Samurott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Conqueror
    Charmander: Blaze, Warm Blanket, Hero
    Charmeleon: Blaze, Warm Blanket, Hero
    Charizard: Blaze, Hero, Last Bastion (yes, Hero is in a different slot for Charizard than for its previous forms; I checked)
    Chimchar: Blaze, Mountaineer, Spirit
    Snivy: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Instinct
    Servine: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Instinct
    Serperior: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Nurse
    Tepig: Blaze, Spirit, Celebrate
    Pignite: Blaze, Spirit, Celebrate
    Emboar: Blaze, Spirit, Flame Boost
    Sewaddle: Grass Cloak, Stealth, Herbivore
    Swadloon: Grass Cloak, Stealth, Shackle
    Abra: Instinct, Life Force, Share
    Kadabra: Instinct, Life Force, Perception
    Treecko: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Instinct
    Grovyle: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Parry
    Sceptile: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Sprint
    Piplup: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Prinplup: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Empoleon: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Pansage: Melee, Nurse, Celebrate
    Pansear: Melee, Mountaineer, Celebrate
    Panpour: Melee, Mountaineer, Dodge
    Darumaka: Run Up, Spirit, Celebrate
    Darmanitan: Hero, Spirit, Conqueror
    Axew: Mold Breaker, Instinct, Frighten
    Fraxure: Mold Breaker, Parry, Frighten
    Joltik: Compoundeyes, Sequence, Sponge
    Aron: Sturdy, Bodyguard, Run Up
    Drilbur: Sandpit, Stealth, Parry
    Excadrill: Sandpit, Stealth, Run Up
    Skorupi: Battle Armor, Sniper, Shackle
    Drapion: Battle Armor, Sniper, Vanguard
    Pawniard: Parry, Shackle, Inner Focus
    Bisharp: Parry, Shackle, Inner Focus
    Rhyhorn: Lightningrod, Bodyguard, Jagged Edge
    Shieldon: Shield, Last Bastion, Sturdy
    Scrafty: Shed Skin, Moxie, Spirit
    Drifloon: Dodge, Explode, Decoy
    Drifblim: Dodge, Explode, Decoy
    Rufflet: Keen Eye, Pride, Celebrate
    Braviary: Keen Eye, Pride, Hero
    Anorith: Battle Armor, Jagged Edge, Instinct
    Larvesta: Flame Body, Run Up, Sponge
    Onix: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Frighten
    Steelix: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Frighten
    Munchlax: Lunchbox, Power Nap, Thick Fat
    Emolga: Static, Instinct, Celebrate
    Sneasel: Inner Focus, High-rise, Melee
    Weavile: Dodge, High-rise, Shadow Dash
    Spiritomb: Interference, Frighten, Black Hole
    Scyther: Swarm, Parry, Vanguard
    Scizor: Swarm, Parry, Pride

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushoupower.shtml

    Lazybones is supposed to be one word, not two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharizardFire6 View Post
    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/abilities.shtml

    Adrenaline should be Spirit.
    Consideration should be Confidence.
    Doze should be Power Nap.
    Hypnotic Aura should be Calming.
    Loiter should be Herbivore.
    Money Rush should be Bonanza.
    Recovery Aura should be Medic.
    Sympathy should be Share.
    Vigor should be Tenacity.
    Water Boost should be Aqua Boost.

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/pokemon.shtml

    The ordering for most of the Pokemon's abilities is messed up. Yes, it does matter, because a Pokemon keeps the ability corresponding to the slot when it evolves, and the hot spring requires 10,000 gold to switch to the third ability, but only 3,000 gold to switch to the first or second ability.

    Here is the proper ordering for the abilities for Pokemon for whom I found a mistake in the ordering, in the order of first ability, second ability, third ability:

    Ralts: Instinct, Perception, Share
    Kirlia: Instinct, Perception, Share
    Gardevoir: Instinct, Perception, Confidence
    Pichu: Static, Mood Maker, Sequence
    Pikachu: Static, Celebrate, Lightningrod
    Raichu: Static, Instinct, Lightningrod
    Wooper: Gulp, Deep Sleep, Water Absorb
    Quagsire: Shackle, Deep Sleep, Water Absorb
    Igglybuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Jigglypuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Wigglytuff: Lullaby, Mood Maker, Confidence
    Starly: Keen Eye, Hero, Celebrate
    Staravia: Intimidate, Hero, Celebrate
    Staraptor: Intimidate, Hero, Vanguard
    Bidoof: Simple, Deep Sleep, Unaware
    Bibarel: Simple, Deep Sleep, Unaware
    Whirlipede: Poison Point, Jagged Edge, Hero
    Scolipede: Poison Point, Jagged Edge, Vanguard
    Shinx: Intimidate, Sequence, Celebrate
    Luxio: Intimidate, Sequence, Run Up
    Luxray: Intimidate, Sequence, Sprint
    Litwick: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Lampent: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Chandelure: Flame Body, Flash Fire, Warm Blanket
    Petilil: Own Tempo, Nurse, Life Force
    Ampharos: Static, Interference, Confidence
    Cottonee: Melee, Mountaineer, Dodge
    Riolu: Inner Focus, Parry, Sprint
    Lucario: Inner Focus, Parry, Sprint
    Ekans: Intimidate, Shed Skin, Frighten
    Arbok: Intimidate, Shed Skin, Frighten
    Pineco: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Explode
    Forretress: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Explode
    Spheal: Deep Sleep, Skater, Thick Fat
    Sealeo: Deep Sleep, Skater, Thick Fat
    Gothita: Instinct, Perception, Dodge
    Gothorita: Instinct, Perception, Calming
    Sandile: Intimidate, Moxie, Celebrate
    Munna: Deep Sleep, Perception, Instinct
    Blitzle: Lightningrod, Motor Drive, Run Up
    Dratini: Shed Skin, Instinct, Mood Maker
    Dragonair: Shed Skin, Instinct, Mountaineer
    Dragonite: Inner Focus, Confidence, Last Bastion
    Larvitar: Sandpit, Guts, Stealth
    Pupitar: Shed Skin, Jagged Edge, Shield
    Beldum: Clear Body, Bodyguard, Run Up
    Metang: Clear Body, Bodyguard, Shield
    Gible: Sandpit, Instinct, Melee
    Gabite: Sandpit, Parry, Celebrate
    Croagunk: Dodge, Melee, Disgust
    Snorunt: Inner Focus, Skater, Stealth
    Minccino: Mood Maker, Perception, Confidence
    Cinccino: Dodge, Perception, Confidence
    Machop: Guts, Thrust, Bodyguard
    Machoke: Guts, Thrust, Bodyguard
    Timburr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Gurdurr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Conkeldurr: Thrust, Guts, Spirit
    Cubchoo: Stealth, Skater, Mood Maker
    Beartic: Stealth, Tenacity, Frighten
    Oshawott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Parry
    Dewott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Parry
    Samurott: Torrent, Wave Rider, Conqueror
    Charmander: Blaze, Warm Blanket, Hero
    Charmeleon: Blaze, Warm Blanket, Hero
    Charizard: Blaze, Hero, Last Bastion (yes, Hero is in a different slot for Charizard than for its previous forms; I checked)
    Chimchar: Blaze, Mountaineer, Spirit
    Snivy: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Instinct
    Servine: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Instinct
    Serperior: Overgrow, Grass Cloak, Nurse
    Tepig: Blaze, Spirit, Celebrate
    Pignite: Blaze, Spirit, Celebrate
    Emboar: Blaze, Spirit, Flame Boost
    Sewaddle: Grass Cloak, Stealth, Herbivore
    Swadloon: Grass Cloak, Stealth, Shackle
    Abra: Instinct, Life Force, Share
    Kadabra: Instinct, Life Force, Perception
    Treecko: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Instinct
    Grovyle: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Parry
    Sceptile: Overgrow, Mountaineer, Sprint
    Piplup: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Prinplup: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Empoleon: Torrent, Wave Rider, Pride
    Pansage: Melee, Nurse, Celebrate
    Pansear: Melee, Mountaineer, Celebrate
    Panpour: Melee, Mountaineer, Dodge
    Darumaka: Run Up, Spirit, Celebrate
    Darmanitan: Hero, Spirit, Conqueror
    Axew: Mold Breaker, Instinct, Frighten
    Fraxure: Mold Breaker, Parry, Frighten
    Joltik: Compoundeyes, Sequence, Sponge
    Aron: Sturdy, Bodyguard, Run Up
    Drilbur: Sandpit, Stealth, Parry
    Excadrill: Sandpit, Stealth, Run Up
    Skorupi: Battle Armor, Sniper, Shackle
    Drapion: Battle Armor, Sniper, Vanguard
    Pawniard: Parry, Shackle, Inner Focus
    Bisharp: Parry, Shackle, Inner Focus
    Rhyhorn: Lightningrod, Bodyguard, Jagged Edge
    Shieldon: Shield, Last Bastion, Sturdy
    Scrafty: Shed Skin, Moxie, Spirit
    Drifloon: Dodge, Explode, Decoy
    Drifblim: Dodge, Explode, Decoy
    Rufflet: Keen Eye, Pride, Celebrate
    Braviary: Keen Eye, Pride, Hero
    Anorith: Battle Armor, Jagged Edge, Instinct
    Larvesta: Flame Body, Run Up, Sponge
    Onix: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Frighten
    Steelix: Sturdy, Jagged Edge, Frighten
    Munchlax: Lunchbox, Power Nap, Thick Fat
    Emolga: Static, Instinct, Celebrate
    Sneasel: Inner Focus, High-rise, Melee
    Weavile: Dodge, High-rise, Shadow Dash
    Spiritomb: Interference, Frighten, Black Hole
    Scyther: Swarm, Parry, Vanguard
    Scizor: Swarm, Parry, Pride

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushoupower.shtml

    Lazybones is supposed to be one word, not two.

    Well that's odd because I got the ability data direct from the game.

    Will fix when I get a chance tomorrow

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    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/pokemon.shtml

    I just found another one: Deino's ability ordering should be Hero, Melee, Pride.

    Haxorus' ability ordering should be Mold Breaker, Pride, Tenacity.

    Edit:

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/bushou.shtml

    Kai doesn't require a 58% link with Darumaka to transform. When she transformed in my game, her link with Darumaka was 56.52%.
    Last edited by CharizardFire6; 14th July 2012 at 7:33 AM.

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    Slight typo on the homepage

    Error:
    "Edit @ 23:28; As we knew, all languages are in the game already. There are also 6 total scenes in which to use. The three from Pokédex 3D: Stanrdard, Grass Field and an evening forest. It also adds Space, Underwater Ruins and a white area with gears"

    Link:
    http://serebii.net/index2.shtml

    Thanks for all the updates Serebii Also, I was just wondering, is it still only Unova legendaries that have special animations (like you hit the button and they do a move or something, like Victini's V-Create), or do all legendaries have one now? I can hardly expect that all pokemon have one though :P
    Last edited by Rampharos; 14th July 2012 at 10:00 AM. Reason: Put it in the proper format :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rampharos View Post
    Slight typo on the homepage

    Error:
    "Edit @ 23:28; As we knew, all languages are in the game already. There are also 6 total scenes in which to use. The three from Pokédex 3D: Stanrdard, Grass Field and an evening forest. It also adds Space, Underwater Ruins and a white area with gears"

    Link:
    http://serebii.net/index2.shtml

    Thanks for all the updates Serebii Also, I was just wondering, is it still only Unova legendaries that have special animations (like you hit the button and they do a move or something, like Victini's V-Create), or do all legendaries have one now? I can hardly expect that all pokemon have one though :P
    I've not actually found any with extra animations, not even Victini/Reshiram/Zekrom.

    Edit: Scratch that, just got Zekrom's

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    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/abilities.shtml

    Supplant should be Climber.

    Also,

    http://www.serebii.net/conquest/pokemon.shtml

    Gothitelle's ability ordering should be Instinct, Perception, Calming.
    Monferno's ability ordering should be Blaze, Climber, Sprint.
    Volcarona's ability ordering should be Flame Body, Frighten, Sponge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii View Post
    I've not actually found any with extra animations, not even Victini/Reshiram/Zekrom.

    Edit: Scratch that, just got Zekrom's
    Interesting! Is there not a play button like there was in the original Pokedex 3D? How odd!

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    Error Max Revive listed only as Miracle Parts α. Can be gotten via normal parts. (Unsure of orb colour, but rarely occurs)
    Link http://www.serebii.net/dreamradar/items.shtml

    Error Ruri/Tetsu call spots are lacking information.
    Link1 http://www.serebii.net/black2white2/ingametrade.shtml
    Link2 http://www.serebii.net/itemdex/forgottenitem.shtml
    Full information
    http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthr...9#post14785069
    http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthr...=#post14785069

    Error Heart Ace description should say 'score 80 points or higher when using the feeling check'
    Link http://www.serebii.net/black2white2/medals.shtml
    Soul Silver [JPN] National Dex: COMPLETE
    Black [JPN] National Dex: COMPLETE
    Black 2 [JPN] National Dex: In Progess
    B2FC:
    3268-1310-9057

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