Under James's Gyarados, you got Twister capitalized like it was the move. It actually used Dragon Rage.
Not really an error, but under James's first Victreebel, "reluctantly traded it away" is something of an understatement. Jessie and Meowth forced him into it and had to drag him in the opposite direction of the salesman afterwards.
I quoted this because on the same page it says the fossils come a lvl 30, when they come at level 20.
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I mentioned this a few months ago, but it still seems to be an issue, so I'll mention it again - there are actually two Gen IV sprites for Mawile: one for DP and one for Pt/HGSS. The difference is admittedly subtle (check the position of the arms in relation to the jaws). Right now, the DP sprite is being used for the whole of Gen IV.
Error: All the new attacks have no name, half have no description. I matched up most of them. If it was Normal Type and it wasn't obvious like Giga Impact, I didn't do it. Also, some of the earlier moves don't have descriptions, so they are also in the list. If it is only a move name, then a description is already there.
**A "1" is a place holder showing that move still needs to be named.
250. Whirlpool- Traps and hurts the foe in a whirlpool for 2 to 5 turns.
291. Dive- Dives underwater the first turn and strikes next turn.
340. Bounce- Bounces up, then down the next turn. May paralyze.
344. Volt Tackle- A life-risking tackle that slightly hurts the user.
355. Roost- Restores half of max HP
356. Gravity- Disables moves that fly or levitate in 5 turns
357. Miracle Eye- Removes dark type's psychic immunity and resets foe's evasiveness
358. Wake-up Slap- Power doubles if foe is asleep, cures sleep status
359. Hammer Arm- Lowers users SPEED one stage
360. Gyro Ball- Power depends on foe's SPEED
361. Healing Wish- If user faints, recovers HP and removes status effects of next Pokémon
362. Brine- Power doubles if foe's HP is less than half
365. Pluck- Power doubles if foe is holding a berry
366. Tailwind- User's team raises SPEED for 3 turns
368. Metal Burst- Returns double damage done by foe
369. U-Turn- User switches out automatically after attack
370. Close Combat- Lowers user's DEFENSE and SP.DEF
371. Assurance- Power doubles if foe already receives damage that turn
372. Payback- Power doubles if user receives damage first
373. Embargo- Foe is unable to use held items
374. Fling- Hurls out held item, power depends on held item
375. Psycho Shift- Shifts status effect to target
377. Heal Block- Foe is unable to restore HP in 5 turns
379. Power Trick- Swaps user's own ATTACK and DEFENSE
380. Gastro Acid- Cancels effect of foe's ability
384. Power Swap- Swaps ATTACK and SP.ATT with target
385. Guard Swap- Swaps DEFENSE and SP.DEF with target
386. Punishment- Power depends on foe's stat
387. Last Resort- Only usable when all other attacks have been used
388. Worry Seed- Changes the ability of foe to insomnia
389. Sucker Punch- Always strikes first, but fails if foe is not using attacking move
390. Toxic Spikes- Causes damage when opponent switches Pokémon
391. Heart Swap- Swaps altered stats with foe
392. Aqua Ring- Restores HP every turn
393. Magnet Rise- Causes Pokémon to Levitate
394. Flare Blitz- User takes recoil damage
395. Force Palm
396. Aura Sphere
397. Rock Polish
398. Poison Jab
399. Dark Pulse
400. Night Slash
401. Aqua Tail
402. Seed Bomb
403. Air Slash
405. Bug Buzz
406. Dragon Pulse
407. Dragon Rush
408. Power Gem
409. Drain Punch
410. Vacuum Wave
411. Focus Blast
412. Energy Ball
413. Brave Bird
414. Earth Power
416. Giga Impact
417. Nasty Plot
418. Bullet Punch
420. Ice Shard
421. Shadow Claw
422. Thunder Fang- Has a chance of paralyzing and flinching the foe
423. Ice Fang- Has a chance of freezing and flinching the foe
424. Fire Fang- Has a chance of burning and flinching the foe
425. Shadow Sneak
426. Mud Bomb
427. Psycho Cut
428. Zen Headbutt
429. Mirror Shot
430. Flash Cannon
431. Rock Climb
432. Defog- Lowers foe's evasiveness
433. Trick Room- Slower Pokémon attacks first in 5 turns
434. Draco Meteor
436. Lava Plume
437. Leaf Storm
438. Power Whip
439. Rock Wrecker
440. Cross Poison
441. Gunk Shot
442. Iron Head
443. Magnet Bomb
444. Stone Edge
446. Stealth Rock- Causes damage when foe switches Pokémon
447. Grass Knot
448. Chatter- Confuses foe
450. Bug Bite- Receives effect from foe's held berry
451. Charge Beam- High chance of raising user's SP.ATT one stage
452. Wood Hammer
453. Aqua Jet
454. Attack Order
455. Defense Order
456. Heal Order
457. Head Smash- User takes recoil damage
458. Double Hit
459. Roar of Time
460. Spacial Rend
461. Lunar Dance- User Faints. Completely Heals Next Released Pokémon
463. Magma Storm
464. Dark Void
465. Seed Flare- Lowers foe's SP.DEF
466. Ominous Wind
467. Shadow Force- Disappears the first turn and attacks the second, foe cannot protect
It's not so much a mistake as something that I think needs adding in...
But I remember the wild Nuzleaf (And possibly Seedot) along Route 120 on Pokémon Emerald had the move "Solarbeam" but there's no mention of it on their PokéDex pages
Error: It says in pokeearth that In emerald, cooltrainer Vito has a Lv.42 Doduo and a Lv. 42 VOltorb. He in fact has a Lv. 42 Dodrio and a Lv. 42 ELectrode.
Last edited by dragontamer23; 23rd February 2010 at 10:33 PM.
You must remember wrong LittleGuy; firstly Seedot & Nuzleaf don't learn Solarbeam by level up, and secondly they cannot be found in the wild on route 120.
Sunlight, you yourself are mistaken, as Seedot can be found on Route 120. It's only 1%, but it's there xD
Originally Posted by Serebii
There is however, a trainer that has a Seedot & Nuzleaf and it's possible they have Solar Beam
That might shed some light. I believe the description says that it was a TV swarm, and the Seedots are seen to have Giga Drain, Solarbeam, Frustration and I'm not sure about the last move...I think it may be Ingrain. But this isn't hacked, as I have actually caught Seedots and Nuzleafs with those moves. Unfortunately I recently restarted my Emerald so I can't get pictures or videos or anything myself
Last edited by LittleGuy; 24th February 2010 at 12:28 AM.
I've just noticed that on Mozilla FireFox (v3.5.8), the Serebii home page had odd diamonds with question marks in whenever there should be a "é", but every other page on the site appears to be fine. Is this something on your end or mine? I checked with I.E.8 but that was fine, and as I say, every other page on the site shows the "é"s, except for the home page.