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Presentacion de lo basico de pokemon. Incluye; lideres de gimnasio, el battle frontier, la pokebolas, los juegos, los mapas, los antagonistas, los pokemon legendarios y los del principio, los tipos......

Presentacion de lo basico de pokemon. Incluye; lideres de gimnasio, el battle frontier, la pokebolas, los juegos, los mapas, los antagonistas, los pokemon legendarios y los del principio, los tipos y la tabla de tipos, la zona de safari, los tipos de pelea, los status, los climas, los pokemones shiny, el pokerus y la guarderia pokemon y los huevos

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  • 1. By: Luis Eduardo Solorzano
  • 2.  Kanto                Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Team Rocket Johto           Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Team Rocket 2         Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Gym leaders and Elite Four 2 Team Aqua Team Magma         Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Team Galactic Unova  Hoenn  Sinnoh Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Gym leaders and Elite four 2 Team Plasma Kalos         Games Maps Pokemon Starter pokemon Mega Pokemon Legendary pokemon Gym leaders and Elite four Team Flare  Types      Battle frontier               Hoenn Sinnoh Safari Zone Pokemon Battles   Type chart 1 Type chart 2 to 5 Type chart 6 Inverse battles chart Double/Tag Battles Triple Battles Rotation Battles Sky Battles Inverse Battle Horde encounter Status ailments Weather changes Shiny pokemon Pokerus Pokeballs Daycare Center  Baby Pokemon
  • 3.  Gym leaders: Brock  Misty  Lt. Surge  Erika  Koga  Sabrina  Blaine  Giovanni  Elite Four: Lorelei  Bruno  Agatha  Lance    Champion:  Blue (Rival)
  • 4.  Motive:   Team Rocket's main goal is obtaining powerful and rare Pokémon to help their criminal syndicate in the hopes of someday taking over the world. They obtain these Pokémon by regular capture, or more often, theft. In addition to this they also perform inhuman experiments on Pokémon to further enhance their power. Members:  Leader: Giovanni
  • 5.  Gym leaders: Falkner  Bugsy  Whitney  Morty  Chuck  Jasmine  Pryce  Clair   Gym leaders: Brock  Misty  Lt. Surge  Erika  Janine  Sabrina  Blaine  Blue   Elite Four:      Will Koga Bruno Karen Champion:  Lance
  • 6.  Motive:   Three years after the defeat of Giovanni at the hands of Red, a few members of the old Team Rocket attempted to reestablish the organization and get it back in operation, while awaiting the return of their leader, who was apparently away on solo training. Members:     Team Rocket executive: Proton Team Rocket executive: Petrel Team Rocket executive: Ariana Team Rocket executive: Archer
  • 7.  Gym leaders: Roxanne  Brawly  Wattson  Flannery  Norman  Winona  Liza and Tate  Wallace  Elite Four: Sidney  Phoebe  Glacia  Drake    Champion:  Steven
  • 8.  Gym leaders: Roxanne  Brawly  Wattson  Flannery  Norman  Winona  Liza and Tate  Juan  Elite Four: Sidney  Phoebe  Glacia  Drake    Champion:  Wallace
  • 9.  Motive:   Team Aqua's main goal is to expand the ocean for their water Pokémon, believing that by doing this they will be making the world a better place. To that end, they will awaken Kyogre from its slumber. Members:    Leader: Archie Aqua admin: Matt Aqua admin: Shelly
  • 10.  Motive:   Team Magma's main purpose is to expand the land mass, believing that by creating more room for life on land that they will be making the world a better place. To that end, they'll awaken Groudon from its slumber. Members:    Leader: Maxie Magma admin: Courtney Magma admin: Tabitha
  • 11.        Battle Tower Battle Palace Battle Factory Battle Pyramid Battle Dome Battle Arena Battle Pike
  • 12.  Gym leaders: Roark  Gardenia  Maylene  Crasher Wake  Fantina  Byron  Candice  Volkner  Elite Four: Aaron  Bertha  Flint  Lucian    Champion:  Cynthia
  • 13.  Motive:   Cyrus declares that the world is incomplete. By harnessing the powers of Dialga and/or Palkia, he can start over by erasing the world and creating an entirely new one. Members: Leader: Cyrus  1st Commander: Saturn  2nd Commander: Mars  3rd Commander: Jupiter  4th Commander: Charon 
  • 14.      Battle Tower Battle Factory Battle Arcade Battle Castle Battle Hall
  • 15.  Gym leaders: Chili, Cilan or Cress  Lenora  Burgh  Elesa  Clay  Skyla  Brycen  Drayden or Iris  Elite Four: Shauntal  Marshal  Grimsley  Caitlin    Champion:  Alder
  • 16.  Gym leaders: Cheren  Roxie  Burgh  Elesa  Clay  Skyla  Drayden  Marlon  Elite Four: Shauntal  Marshal  Grimsley  Caitlin    Champion:  Iris
  • 17.  Motive:   Team Plasma`s goal is to free pokemon from being enslaved and to separate humans from pokemon. They convince trainers to free their pokemon by using the power of Zekrom and Reshiram Members:       Leader: N Leader: Colress True Leader: Ghetsis Seven Sages Zinzolin Shadow Triad
  • 18.  Gym leaders: Viola  Grant  Korrina  Ramos  Clemont  Valerie  Olympia  Wulfric  Elite Four: Wikstrom  Malva  Drasna  Siebold    Champion:  Diantha
  • 19.  Motive:   Lysandre wants to create a beautiful world. Team Flare hopes to achieve their goal by reactivating the Ultimate Weapon, built centuries ago by AZ, to eiliminate all life except themselves to reduce the strain on the world's resources. Members: Leader: Lysandre  Scientist: Xerosic  Scientist: Mable  Scientist: Bryony  Scientist: Aliana  Scientist: Celosia 
  • 20.     Type: Rock Hometown: Pewter City Badge: Boulder Badge Region: Kanto
  • 21.     Type: Water Hometown: Cerulian City Badge: Cascade Badge Region: Kanto
  • 22.     Type: Electric Hometown: Vermilion City Badge: Thunder Badge Region: Kanto
  • 23.     Type: Grass Hometown: Celadon City Badge: Rainbow Badge Region: Kanto
  • 24.     Type: Poison Hometown: Fuchsia City Badge: Soul Badge Region: Kanto
  • 25.     Type: Psychic Hometown: Saffron City Badge: Marsh Badge Region: Kanto
  • 26.     Type: Fire Hometown: Cinnabar Island Badge: Volcano Badge Region: Kanto
  • 27.     Type: Ground Hometown: Viridian City Badge: Earth Badge Region: Kanto
  • 28.     Type: Poison Hometown: Fuchsia City Badge: Soul Badge Region: Kanto
  • 29.     Type: ??? Hometown: Viridian City Badge: Earth Badge Region: Kanto
  • 30.     Type: Flying Hometown: Violet City Badge: Zephyr Badge Region: Johto
  • 31.     Type: Bug Hometown: Azalea Town Badge: Hive Badge Region: Johto
  • 32.     Type: Normal Hometown: Goldenrod City Badge: Plain Badge Region: Johto
  • 33.     Type: Ghost Hometown: Ecruteak City Badge: Fog Badge Region: Johto
  • 34.     Type: Fighting Hometown: Cianwood City Badge: Storm Badge Region: Johto
  • 35.     Type: Steel Hometown: Olivine City Badge: Mineral Badge Region: Johto
  • 36.     Type: Ice Hometown: Mahogany Town Badge: Glacier Badge Region: Johto
  • 37.     Type: Dragon Hometown: Blackthorn City Badge: Rising Badge Region: Johto
  • 38.     Type: Rock Hometown: Rustboro City Badge: Stone Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 39.     Type: Figthing Hometown: Dewford Town Badge: Knuckle Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 40.     Type: Electric Hometown: Mauville City Badge: Dynamo Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 41.     Type: Fire Hometown: Lavaridge Town Badge: Heat Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 42.     Type: Normal Hometown: Petalburg City Badge: Balance Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 43.     Type: Flying Hometown: Fortree City Badge: Feather Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 44.     Type: Psychic Hometown: Mossdeep City Badge: Mind Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 45.     Type: Water Hometown: Sootopolis City Badge: Rain Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 46.     Type: Water Hometown: Sootopolis City Badge: Rain Badge Region: Hoenn
  • 47.     Type: Rock Hometown: Oreburgh City Badge: Coal Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 48.     Type: Grass Hometown: Eterna City Badge: Forest Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 49.     Type: Figthing Hometown: Veilstone City Badge: Cobble Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 50.     Type: Water Hometown: Pastoria City Badge: Fen Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 51.     Type: Ghost Hometown: Hearthome City Badge: Relic Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 52.     Type: Steel Hometown: Canalave City Badge: Mine Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 53.     Type: Ice Hometown: Snowpoint City Badge: Icicle Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 54.     Type: Electric Hometown: Sunyshore City Badge: Beacon Badge Region: Sinnoh
  • 55.     Type: ???? Hometown: Striaton City Badge: Trio Badge Region: Unova
  • 56.     Type: Normal Hometown: Nacrene City Badge: Basic Badge Region: Unova
  • 57.     Type: Bug Hometown: Castelia City Badge: Insect Badge Region: Unova
  • 58.     Type: Electric Hometown: Nimbasa City Badge: Bolt Badge Region: Unova
  • 59.     Type: Ground Hometown: Driftveil City Badge: Quake Badge Region: Unova
  • 60.     Type: Flying Hometown: Mistralton City Badge: Jet Badge Region: Unova
  • 61.     Type: Ice Hometown: Icirrus City Badge: Freeze Badge Region: Unova
  • 62.     Type: Dragon Hometown: Opelucid City Badge: Legend Badge Region: Unova
  • 63.     Type: Normal Hometown: Aspertia City Badge: Basic Badge Region: Unova
  • 64.     Type: Poison Hometown: Virbank City Badge: Toxic Badge Region: Unova
  • 65.     Type: Water Hometown: Humilau City Badge: Wave Badge Region: Unova
  • 66.     Type: Bug Hometown: Santalune City Badge: Bug Badge Region: Kalos
  • 67.     Type: Rock Hometown: Cyllage City Badge: Cliff Badge Region: Kalos
  • 68.     Type: Fighting Hometown: Shalour City Badge: Rumble Badge Region: Kalos
  • 69.     Type: Grass Hometown: Coumarine City Badge: Plant Badge Region: Kalos
  • 70.     Type: Electric Hometown: Lumiose City Badge: Voltage Badge Region: Kalos
  • 71.     Type: Fairy Hometown: Laverre City Badge: Fairy Badge Region: Kalos
  • 72.     Type: Psychic Hometown: Anistar City Badge: Psychic Badge Region: Kalos
  • 73.     Type: Ice Hometown: Snowbelle City Badge: Iceberg Badge Region: Kalos
  • 74.    Type: Ice Region: Kanto Ranking: 4th
  • 75.    Type: Fighting Region: Kanto/Johto Ranking: 3rd/2nd
  • 76.    Type: Ghost Region: Kanto Ranking: 2nd
  • 77.    Type: Dragon Region: Kanto Ranking: 1st/Champion
  • 78.    Type: ??? Region: Kanto Ranking: Champion
  • 79.    Type: Psychic Region: Johto Ranking: 4th
  • 80.    Type: Poison Region: Johto Ranking: 3rd
  • 81.    Type: Dark Region: Johto Ranking: 1st
  • 82.    Type: Dark Region: Hoenn Ranking: 4th
  • 83.    Type: Ghost Region: Hoenn Ranking: 3rd
  • 84.    Type: Ice Region: Hoenn Ranking: 2nd
  • 85.    Type: Dragon Region: Hoenn Ranking: 1st
  • 86.    Type: Steel Region: Hoenn Ranking: Champion
  • 87.    Type: Water Region: Hoenn Ranking: Champion
  • 88.    Type: Bug Region: Sinnoh Ranking: 4th
  • 89.    Type: Ground Region: Sinnoh Ranking: 3rd
  • 90.    Type: Fire Region: Sinnoh Ranking: 2nd
  • 91.    Type: Psychic Region: Sinnoh Ranking: 1st
  • 92.    Type: ??? Region: Sinnoh Ranking: Champion
  • 93.    Type: Ghost Region: Unova Ranking: 4th
  • 94.    Type: Fighting Region: Unova Ranking: 3rd
  • 95.    Type: Dark Region: Unova Ranking: 2nd
  • 96.    Type: Psychic Region: Unova Ranking: 1st
  • 97.    Type: ??? Region: Unova Ranking: Champion
  • 98.    Type: Dragon Region: Unova Ranking: Champion
  • 99.    Type: Steel Region: Kalos Ranking: 4th
  • 100.    Type: Fire Region: Kalos Ranking: 3rd
  • 101.    Type: Dragon Region: Kalos Ranking: 2nd
  • 102.    Type: Water Region: Kalos Ranking: 1st
  • 103.    Type: ??? Region: Kalos Ranking: Champion
  • 104.  The Battle Tower is one of the Battle Frontier facilities in Hoenn. It is a standard 3-vs-3 single or 4-vs-4 double battle battle. The more wins you get, the harder the opponents get.
  • 105.  In the Battle Palace, you are faced with a challenge that is based entirely on how much your Pokémon trust you. Your Pokémon are put through a series of battles to show whether they trust you or not. You will not be able to choose which moves your Pokémon will use. There is a girl in a building at the Battle Frontier that will tell you the strategy of the Pokémon you have and if it will change if it's health gets low.
  • 106.  In the Battle Factory, you will go through the Battle Swap Challenge. Your knowledge of Pokémon will be tested. Your Pokémon will be traded (temporarily) for rental Pokémon for you to battle with. On the "porch", your aide will give you some stats on your opponent and his battle style. You may incorporate this into your strategy if you want. After each match, you will be able to swap one of your rental Pokémon with a Pokémon from the previous opponent's team.
  • 107.   In the Battle Pyramid, the aim is to reach the top of the pyramid without your Pokémon fainting. You are faced with a dark room with a maze inside. You may encounter wild Pokémon in the pyramid, but you cannot catch them. Your Bag is switched for a Battle Bag, containing a Hyper Potion and a Max Ether. You may also find items dotted around the place, such as Ether and Fluffy Tail. If you succeed in your goal, your Battle Bag will be reserved for your later challenges. If you fail, its contents will be reset, leaving you with just Hyper Potion and Max Ether. The Pyramid is a challenge in which you must explore the pyramid and try to reach the top. There are seven floors of skilled trainers and also wild Pokémon.
  • 108.  In the Battle Dome, you will go through a tournament involving Preliminary, Quarter Final, Semi-Final and Final rounds. You will be faced with three opponents. If you defeat them all, you will complete the Battle Dome challenge. The aim of this facility is to test your tactics.
  • 109.   In the Battle Arena, you and your Pokémon are put through a series of KO matches. You have three turns to faint your opponent's Pokémon, or the Judge will determine who is the winner. Your Pokémon are judged in three categories: Skill, Mind and Vitality. If your Pokémon has more points than your opponent's, your opponent's Pokémon is judged the loser. If your opponent's Pokémon has the most points, then your Pokémon will faint. You have to battle seven trainers consecutively and after three turns of battling, the referee decides who wins.
  • 110.  The Battle Pike is a test of your luck. You may find your Pokémon will be burned or frozen [etc.] by a Pokémon with a Timid Nature. Your Bag and Pokénav will not be available to you.
  • 111.  The Battle Tower is one of the Battle Frontier facilities in Sinnoh. It is a standard 3-on-3 battle. The more wins you get, the harder the opponents get.
  • 112.  You receive random Pokémon. You must fight your opponent with these Pokémon. You get hints about your opponent's Pokémon. As you progress, you receive more faint clues of the opponent.
  • 113.  It is a standard 3-on-3 battle, but there is a catch. Prior to battling an opponent, the player must spin and stop a gameboard via the touch screen. The space that the player lands on determines the effects of the battle. The effects can affect the player, the opponent, or both; depending on which space they landed. The more wins you get, the harder your opponents get and the faster the board goes.
  • 114.  In the Battle Castle, the player must fight 7 trainers in a row, with the prerequisite being that all hold items must be removed prior to entry. Trainers are also limited to using only 3 Pokémon, all of which have had their levels reduced to level 50.
  • 115.  You choose the type of your opponents. Every time you beat a type, their rank goes up. This makes them smarter have a higher level, and higher stats.
  • 116.    A pokemon battle is a fight between your pokemon and another pokemon, it can be a wild pokemon, located in tall grass, caves or deserts, or a pokemon from another trainer A wild pokemon can be caught or you can flee from battle, but when you battle with a trainer then these two options are not available You can only have a maximum of 6 pokemon in your party
  • 117.     A double battle is when you and your oponent use two pokemon to battle A tag battle is when two trainers fight together You can also have double battles with wild pokemon if you are in the dark tall grass, if you want to capture one of these pokemon you have to faint the other one first There are special moves that affect all other pokemon on the field or just one side
  • 118.    In these battles you use three pokemon to fight The pokemon on the far right cannot attack the pokemon on the far left and viceversa This rule does not apply to special or longrange moves like dragon pulse or acrobatics
  • 119.  In here you also use three pokemon to fight but only one pokemon, the one in the middle, can attack or recieve damage each turn
  • 120.    A sky battle is a type of battle where the two pokemon fight in the air Only flying pokemon or pokemon with the ability levitate can participate in these battles There are a few exceptions like Pidgey, Spearow, Doduo, Dodrio, Farfetch´d, Gengar, Hoothoot, Starly, Pidove, Flecthling and Hawlucha
  • 121.   This is a new type of battle where supereffective moves become not very effective and viceversa You can only have these types of battle in one house in route 18
  • 122.   In a horde encounter, five wild pokemon appear to battle you These pokemon are usually from the same species, but it may include some counterparts or a pokemon with a similar design
  • 123.  Poisoned: Pokemon lose 1/8 of their max hp  Poison type pokemon cannot be poisoned  Badly poisoned: Pokemon lose 1/6 of their max hp  Burned: Pokemon lose 1/8 of their max hp  Fire type pokemon or pokemon with water veil not affected  Freezed: Pokemon is unable to attack  Ice type pokemon or pokemon during a sunny weather cannot be frozen  Paralized: Pokemon has a 25% of not attacking  Electric type pokemon cannot be paralized  Sleep: Pokemon is unable to attack from 1 to 5 turns  A pokemon can attack if it uses Snore or Sleep Talk
  • 124.  Intense sunlight:    Heavy Rain    Damages all pokemon who are not ground, steel, or rock type Hailstorm    Powers up water type moves and weakens fire type moves Thunder and Hurricane will not fail in hitting the pokemon Sandstorm   Powers up fire type moves and weakens water type moves Solar beam can be used instantly Damages all pokemon who are not Ice type Blizzard will not fail in hitting the pokemon Fog  Lowers accuracy of pokemon battling
  • 125.    It is a facility that lets you leave your pokemon there and let it gain experience It also lets you get eggs of a pokemon pair you leave there They charge you $100 per level your pokemon has increased
  • 126.  Small, pre-evolutions of pokemon you can only get when breeding certain pokemon
  • 127.   Shiny pokemon are very rare pokemon that have different color than normal pokemon The probability of seeing a shiny pokemon is 1/8192
  • 128.    It is a facility that holds rare pokemon They give you 30 pokemon and let you walk up to 500 step before the time is over You do not battle with your pokemon and can only throw bait, a rock, or a safari ball
  • 129.    It is a pokemon virus that helps your pokemon grow stronger This virus can spread among your pokemon but after two days it will wear off and you will not be able to pass it anymore You have a 1/21845 chance in finding a pokemon with pokerus
  • 130.    A pokeball is used to catch and store wild pokemon There are many types of pokeballs, some that get better depending on what type of pokemon you are battling, what level they are, if you have caught it or not, where you are battling it and some that affects the pokemon after you have caugh it If your party is full, the pokemon you catch are transported to your PC box