Dont know if this belongs in spoilers but,
So you guys were right. A lot of the last dungeons/boss fight's themes were some of the best in the game.
Gotta give it to Kyurem's Battle Theme though. That one's my favorite. It's big and epic, which is fitting for Kyurem, and where you're at in the end.
A thing that got me abou the ending was...
To right the countless wrongs of our day, we shine this light of true redemption, that this place may become as paradise. What a wonderful world such would be...
to tell the truth i didnt get upset over the endings of PMD: Blue or PMD: EoT either. Very very few Videogame deaths ( only 1 i can remember) bothered me.
saw some other clips of the end and,
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no you don't have to at all. Some tend to think you do cause it happens to them, but it's not necessary
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the final boss battle for me....
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Last edited by 33Whimsicott33; 11th April 2013 at 4:41 PM.
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I find it rather amusing that the Twist Band works on self-inflicted stat reductions.
This means my Hydreigon can just rain down destruction on everything with Draco Meteor without a care in the world. Which is pretty broken considering that it's the strongest full room attack in the game and one of the strongest moves overall.
After playing through the game, Hydregion is my favorite character (excluding my partner), oddly enough because
Oh and waking up
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There's a small chance that you can find a TM that teaches one of the "ultimate" moves at the end of the postgame dungeons like the Miragesands, Moonlit Forest, Jaws of the Abyss, etc. I've only gotten Draco Meteor and Blast Burn after doing about a dozen of them.
You can also buy them from the Kecleon Bazaar DLC, or more pointlessly, get them as a reward for maxing out your paradise points.
Draco Meteor is honestly the only one that's even worth the effort, though, as the side effects on the other moves are way too detrimental. Blast Burn, Frenzy Plant, and Hydro Cannon suffer from the fact that you can get off three attacks in the time it takes you perform them once, while you'll run down your HP in no time at all from using Volt Tackle.
On an unrelated note, I'm wondering when they'll release the next batch of DLC, because I'd really like to do the Strongest Trail before I get around to boosting the stats of my Pokemon to absurd levels using my stockpile of vitamins and devices.
Last edited by Rakurai; 12th April 2013 at 11:02 PM.
I hope to see the new dlc soon as well. Honestly the stat boosts in evolving in this game don't seem to be that much so I'm just sticking with basic starters for the hero and partner at least.
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