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In Asia, many women leave their jobs upon marriage, though in the west, women on an expedition, only to watch the young Igglybuff smash the door down. and is taking a LOT of interest in their prodigy pitcher (as is her childhood friend). They befriend a timid young Pokemon with a mysterious artifact and together join the local Wigglytuff Guild to train as an exploration team, exploring the strange. Igglybuff the Prodigy (Japanese: てんさいププリン Genius Pupurin) is the second Special Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details.

The usefulness of this ability becomes evident early on, but its true nature is not explained until much later in the plot. Possibly even a Chekhov's Boomerangin that the player retains this ability even after the main arc is completed. The epilogue arc reveals that Darkrai was secretly behind the events of the main story arc.

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It turns out that your partner was chosen as the one worthy of entering the Hidden Land before you even arrived. This is possibly a result of Bidoof's Wish, though it's not exactly clear. Of the Deliberately Monochrome variety the Bad Future especially. The Complainer Is Always Wrong: Chatot gets elements of this at certain points. Sometimes, however, he's allowed to be right. Averted with Loudred and everyone else who had doubts about Team Skull.

Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Team Skull discovers the hard way that one does not attempt to harm Guildmaster Wigglytuff. Whether this is Obfuscating Stupidity or not is up for debate. Chatot, on the other hand, plays this much straighter, particularly with Team Skull.

For most of the game he plays the role of Small Name, Big Egoand even finds himself stupefied to the point of rage that trio of Team Skull actually is a group of Jerkasses.

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But when push comes to shove, there's a reason he's Wigglytuff's right hand. The dungeon Crystal Cave, an underground cave system made of blue and green crystals. And then it gets flipped around and done again when Wigglytuff's Guild swoops in and fights the trio.

Wigglytuff gives one to Team Skull. It's offscreen, but it's clear they didn't stand a chance. During Wigglytuff's special episode. Armaldo observes and discusses the various puzzles and traps protecting a door on an expedition, only to watch the young Igglybuff smash the door down.

After returning from the future's eternal night, one of the first things the partner does is take in the awe of a morning sunrise. Explorers of Sky also has Grovyle's final battle set against a sunrise, which indicates that the future is beginning to change. The sequel to the family-friendly original.

Not in a bad way, but some parts of the story are deeply disturbing. After the main plot has been completed, Cresselia appears in the player's dreams and tells them that to save the world they need to kill themselves. Turns out that it's not actually Cresselia, but Darkrai, trying to get the heroes out of the way so they won't ruin his plans. Dark Is Not Evil: Dusknoir, at least at first. It turns out that he IS evil and is one of the main enforcers of Primal Dialga, although he does switch back to this trope towards the very end of his special episode.

Team AWD qualifies, at least in the present day. Although Weavile is a bit of a bitch, they are overall relatively pleasant to the hero and partner and talk about Zero Isle to them. Further supported by the fact that they hang around Treasure Town and the guild just fine, and that they would very likely have been apprehended already if they were genuinely up to no good.

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Banette and Skorupi in Igglybuff's special episode. They're described as bullies and somewhat mean, but they do care for Igglybuff's safety when he repeatedly goes into the Murky Forest and even follow Magnezone and Nidoking along with the rest of Igglybuff's friends and family to make sure he's safe.

A Day in the Limelight: The Special Episodes in Sky lets the player control other characters for their duration.

Department of Redundancy Department: I'm the guild's Guildmaster! In Time and Darkness, you can potentially play a Meowth or Munchlax of either gender as the hero. Sky added several new choices that were gender-restricted; in order to make room for them, Meowth and Munchlax were removed as candidates.

To make up for this, both were made availible as potential partners instead. This was in August that I finished it. I got sad, got the feeling in my throat like when I'm about to cry.

So I held my breath for about 10 seconds. Then I burst out, weeping very, very loudly as I continued through the ending of the game, I remember my DS was soaked. However, I think a lot of my crying was a release of frustration and stress, not just being sad about the game. I try to keep myself from crying, but once the faucet is on. Well, it's on full blast. I was also really upset and confused on how my character was allowed to come back and Grovyle wasn't.

And honestly, in my mind Grovyle and the others do still exist, just in a different future, with no recollection of the other future. And my character had gone to that future when she "ceased to exist" and was just re-put on the current world with her old memories.

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Yep, that's my story and I'm sticking to it. But seriously, I barely played past the main story because I was so confused and upset. Caelus January 29th, The parts that got me to that point I think were the one before you enter that ice cave or it could have been afterthe one after you beat Groudon, and the one after you beat the main game was the most emotional. Evey February 2nd,8: I had a partner named Pika and I was a Torchic named Evey.

When Pika fell over and started crying at the tower and on the beach I couldn't help but cry too. Altairis February 3rd, I don't cry, but it was definitely upsetting! These games are done so well I hope the 3rd PMD lives up to the storyline of the previous ones. You should buy it! In the end when you disappear and your partner walks away and then he falls.

Eeveelution Co-ordinator February 3rd,4: ProfessorJoltz February 3rd, Snowdrop February 3rd, And then at the end, when SPOILER you have to disappear it, like, crushed my heart xD I must have been 12 or 13 when I played the other one, and I didn't cry once during the whole thing but I did feel emotional with it. I guess it's the effect of getting older: I dont usually cry but i was 10 back then now i am 15 and i have played the explorers of darkness.

Felt a bit emotional but still no tears. First game i ever cried and probably the last. Zero Percent February 5th, Fureon February 10th,5: Actually, the whole finale after Grovyle tells you what will happen felt really heartwrenching. And then the ending God, I couldn't help but shed some tears.

This just shows how good the Mystery Dungeon games are. They make you go through characters' emotions and feelings and really immerse you into their world. SoraTheTruth February 10th,9: Shayminlover February 13th,4: I cried at every ending of PMD so far.

You do realize that there is a 3DS pmd releasing in america in March, right? I have cried at the end of every PMD game I've played. Ash February 13th, And speaking of that game I should get back to it sometime. I have to say the storylines in PMD are really well thought of and put together extraordinarily well. ZePokemonGuy February 18th,5: PMD was one of the first games where you had a real emotional link with the Pokemon world, and when you had to disappear at the end of the main storyline, I thought that was it and wept away.

It did slightly annoy me however, when everyone else was crying and Xatu was just standing there trying to act all manly, in my opinion to impress Kangashan ;D. The Amazing Justin February 18th,8: Mainly because I don't really cry during video-games or fell much at all. It's different with TV though. SunsetRainbow February 18th, But then it all got better.

Isseubnida February 18th, Definitely the most emotion in a Pokemon game ever. Props to the development team for making the only video game I've ever felt truly emotional about.

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LiquidRage March 6th,7: When I played the first one, I got that lump in my throat, but during the end sequence of Explorers of Darkness, I started bawling. I think it was the combination of the music and the fact that I had just moved away from my friends in Ohio that caused the tears. Warship March 18th, On the other hand, as much as the PMD2 darkness touched me, it didn't have the same effect, yes it was sad, but it was completely different. The first part was sad, everyone knew what was coming, and what was going to happen, everyone were together, sad etc.

I didn't like the way they did it very much, I mean, the player and it's partner are walking on the flying stone bridge bad place for climax, no? I expected at least to read something about it in those diaries of Sunflora and Bidoof, but nothing. But the scene with crying Pikachu and Dialga restoring player was touching tho.

There, my complete opinion: D Bounsweet March 18th, They do have great storylines but I just can't get that emotionally engaged in a Pokemon game, lol.

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Guardian March 18th,2: I was all teary I'm not ashamed to say so I'm such an emotionally person lol BugBoyTroy March 19th, Actually I just cried like the entire game seris XD.

Mothman March 19th,8: When my character disappeared and left my partner a Pikachu in tears, my heart sank. I wasn't crying, but most of this scene was very depressing for me. Of course, these feelings were erased when my character was brought back to the base. That was a pleasant surprise. BlueShellBeast March 29th,8: I actually started to cry when The Hero heard the things the Partner and all of your friends said about him in the Prism as he was going up into the air.

I think it was the Grovyle part. Yeah, the Grovyle part. I didn't feel anything with the first one because that literally was the first game I had my parents wouldn't let me play games until I was 7 lol and 1 I didn't know about the characters too well, and 2 I was even less emotionally hooked-up back then: It doesn't get me anymore after I've played it three times.

I'm not sure I'm too fond of the last game yet, but objectively, the story seems good, if not for the rushed pace or whatever. I think it's because I'm kinda tired from school and I've used up all my emotions there, but we'll see.

Oh, though I will admit that when Gurrdurr and stuff, it was a bit emotional! Though maybe if Grovyle had been around Mothman March 30th,2: Cavalreaper April 10th,7: It always manages to strike a cord with me, and no matter how prepared I am the ending always gets me. StinkomanFan April 10th,7: It just felt so I just wanted to hug him. Minato Arisato April 10th,9: Then there was the epilogue and they're all reunited and stuff and everyone's happy. Not that it's a bad thing. I probably should put spoiler tags on this I need to go to bed.

Yusshin April 10th,9: I really appreciated him as a character and to see him do that was both shocking and a "No, why? There was another scene where I actually cried, but I can't remember which. It might come to me later. It was during Explorers of Time, though.

Archenoth April 10th,9: As much as I would like to say no, I would be lying if I did. The one that did it for me was Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, my first Mystery Dungeon game, and my second Pokemon game ever. I was NOT prepared for that ending.

The music also topped it off. It's like the writers wanted players to go into a state of depression or something. For the other two I was sad, but not as much as I was that first time with Explorers of Time.

The music makes me cry, I just can't help it. Rai April 11th,1: In Explorers of the Sky when my partner sacrificed himself and had to disappear from existence It was so sad and I wanted to cry really badly. Stormborn April 11th,4: Shows Pokemon can actually do a somewhat deep plot. Aurora April 14th,9: I felt so sad at the end: I love the MD series. Sheep April 22nd,6: They really did such a good job with that in GtI and I might just rewatch it to get those feelings again.

D Dog master of war April 22nd,6: GalacticGlameow April 22nd, They are so beautiful and deep and make me cry! Time made me sad but I guessed what would happen so no crying. Sky I knew what would happen, still a bit saddened though. Yet to play Infinity. April 29th,3: I think all the 5 special episodes are impressive. In the main story, it's the time when Dialga was defeated, and my character began to disappear though I knew it would revive moments later.

Blue April 30th,2: It's nice to have something different to the generic Pokemon games and Mystery Dungeon games are the perfect spin offs IMO, I've always enjoyed playing through every version and I'm now really looking forward to Gates Of Infinity.

Happy Smiley Yum Yum April 30th,5: They did it so emotionally, it just hit me really hard. The first ending on RR was meh, but the second the one with Gengar make me truly soft.

However, Explorers of Sky was the first game which make me cry since years, and I have to admit, I've cried really hard. Some days in the game will have the normal missions replaced with sentry duty, but you can also choose to do it by yourself if you really enjoy it that much by talking to Diglett and Loudred.

Can you believe it? Keep up the good work! The next day is still not plot. We take another mission. Nothing interesting to say of this one except that it was an example of the missions where you have to find an item on a given floor and bring it out of the dungeon. Unlike in Rescue Team, it gives you a definitive floor and is hard-coded to spawn the item on that floor, so that you are guaranteed to find it, which is super useful.

Oh, right, storage is limited in this game compared to Rescue Team, that's another thing. Which is a bit annoying but admittedly adds more of a level of item management, interestingly enough. We still have one more day of missions before we get the next plot event, so I'm going to take Merritt's Wonder Mail code, which is for Mt. Yep, looks good to me. The mission was a success:

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