Last edited by Poliwhirl'sMittens; 13th September 2012 at 8:26 AM.
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According to its description, the coins come from the pokemon itself.
Maybe they store/collect their own money from various places.
Anyway, if the Reshiram-Zekrom difference at the end of BW means alternate realities, then that must mean that Kyogre/Groudon appearing in the Cave of Origin, Dialga/Palkia appearing wherever, and different possessions of the Silver and Rainbow Wings are alternate realities, as well. Maybe it's just me, but I find these differences being alternate realities much harder to comprehend than them merely being ways to promote interactivity with other players. :/
As for all that other stuff, Diamond and Pearl are confirmed to be non-canon, meaning that what really happened was the event in Platinum where Cyrus summoned both dragons and Giratina interfered. Ruby and Sapphire, while not necessarily non-canon, are generally presumed to be so due to Emerald's improved storyline, though I prefer to think that RS are the canonical installments and that Ruby ties into the Black timeline while Sapphire ties into the White timeline, hence why Kyogre appears in HG (which also corresponds to the Black timeline) because the Groudon in that reality has already been dealt with; also, the differences alone (Groudon appearing at the Cave in the Black timeline and Kyogre appearing at the Cave in the White timeline) can be attributed to the divergence in history (i.e. which brother had more influence).
It's not that difficult of a concept.
In one timeline (FR -> HG -> Platinum -> Black -> B2; whenever Ruby takes place), the Zekrom brother has more influence which causes certain things to happen one way, while in the other timeline (LG -> SS -> Platinum -> White -> W2; whenever Sapphire takes place), the Reshiram brother's influence causes things to happen another way. It's just two branches of a timeline; differences in their respective histories.
What I find harder to comprehend is how some people can just go about ignoring things that are a blatant element of the story, but I do understand that not everyone is as concerned with the storyline and the canonicity of things as I am.
Last edited by Endolise; 14th September 2012 at 2:00 AM.
If you win, it doubles the battle's prize money from your opponent.
How does it actually work?
You won and said, "I win. Pay me double as my pokemon involved in the battle held Amulet coin. I don't care if you're broke."
Is that it??
But personally, I prefer the first solution.
Which is why I think that having a Hypno hold the Amulet coin should double the coin's effectiveness.
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Well, if your opponent HAS more money in that case.
Another strange thing, you never have to give money to your opponent each time you lose a battle.