Can we all agree that Anistar city has the GREATEST GYM IN HISTORY? They really stepped the creativity up in this game i love it. Its what keeps me coming back!
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Viola's was nice compared to the first gyms of the past, but in comparison to the rest of the Kalos gyms, it's not as impressive. Clemont's could have also been better, but at least it made sense in that they made use of the Prism Tower's height. And Bonnie wasn't just some useless NPC that did absolutely nothing. A shame they went that route with his gym, because Clemont is my favorite leader. Nice to have a young person as an Electric leader, too. Still, to think that he is the gym leader of that massive town? I respect the kid.
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The gym puzzles were cool, but they were ruined a bit because of how overleveled I was. I ran right through each gym leader with no trouble. The Exp Share is a blessing and a curse.
I like how Wulfric acknowledges Ice's feeble side, shows how Ice is basically a "hit or die" type.
And I actually liked the rosters of the gym leaders, at least they used strong Pokémon BST wise, stuck with Kalos Pokémon as their ace, and didn't double up on the same Pokémon like Flannery and her Slugma for example. Hell even the gym trainers were diverse too with each trainer using different Pokémon on their teams. That said, I swept Grant and Korrina easily with Hawlucha and Honedge and my biggest challenge out of them was Clemont.
In my opinion: 9/10, just thought they could've been like the Gen V gym leaders and their personalities.
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I wonder if part of the ease is from super training as well.
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i notice once you entered one of the elite four rooms you can exit like when it tells you name of the tunnel( flood tunnel ) i found this lot of elite four easy apart from the garados lol but i manage to get around it
I think Snowbelle Gym was the best of this generation. Even though it's yet another Ice-Type Gym, I'm glad it wasn't just another sliding puzzle. It actually gave me some trouble. Wulfric's also a developed character by this game's standards, so it's a pretty interesting final Gym.
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Anistar Gym was barely even a maze, it was a straight path for the most part with one or two places leading to an immediate dead end, maybe with an optional Trainer battle at the end. I liked Snowbelle Gym, even if I didn't really see what it had to do with the Ice type.
I have to say, I was disappointed in the difficulty of the Elite 4. My entire team was 10 levels below them and I still swept them, to the point where I beat Siebold without taking a hit.
I got my 7th badge and I have to say this my pokemon have been way over each gym leaders pokemon. I only had one pokemon faint and that was when Olmypia's cat took out my weakest pokemon at the time.
Is anyone else having that problem or is suppose to be like that. Like right now my Greninja is lv 67 (non ev trained) headed to face the last gym leader when I find him
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I don't know if anybody brought this up, but Drasna is apparently from Sinnoh. She mentions before her battle that she grew up in a town which is steeped in history, and her grandparents told her stories about the rulers of time and space, which inspired her to be a Dragon specialist. Therefore, she is quite clearly from Celestic Town, to be specific.
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