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A '''full battle''' (Japanese: '''フルバトル''' ''full battle''), also known as a '''six-on-six battle''', is a [[Pokémon battle]] in which both [[Pokémon trainer|trainers]] use a full [[party]] of six [[Pokémon]]. The first trainer to completely [[faint|knock out]] all of the opposing trainer's Pokémon wins the battle.
 
A '''full battle''' (Japanese: '''フルバトル''' ''full battle''), also known as a '''six-on-six battle''', is a [[Pokémon battle]] in which both [[Pokémon trainer|trainers]] use a full [[party]] of six [[Pokémon]]. The first trainer to completely [[faint|knock out]] all of the opposing trainer's Pokémon wins the battle.
   
These battles are rare, both in the anime and the games, as usual trainers will have less than the full six, or at least, battle with only that many.
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These battles are rare, both in the anime and the games. Usually trainers will either have or useless than the full six.
   
Most battles that take place in the anime involve one trainer declaring how many of their Pokémon will face the same amount of their foe's, very few have declared a full battle. The most notable of those to do so is [[Drake (Orange League)|Drake]], the final leader in the [[Orange League]]. Battles in the final rounds of each [[region]]'s [[Pokémon League Conference|League Conference]] are usually full battles as well.
 
   
Unlike in the anime, the games allow two trainers to use different amounts of Pokémon. While the player will more often than not have six Pokémon with them at a time, many NPCs they face, including [[Gym Leader]]s and members of the [[Elite Four]], will not.
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In the anime, most trainers declare a specific number of Pokémon to be used in a battle. This number is very rarely the full six. The most notable trainer to do so is [[Drake (Orange League)|Drake]], the final leader in the [[Orange League]]. Battles in the final rounds of each [[region]]'s [[Pokémon League Conference|League Conference]] are usually full battles as well.
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Unlike the anime, the games allow two trainers to use different numbers of Pokémon. While the player will more often than not have six Pokémon with them at a time, many NPCs they face, including [[Gym Leader]]s and members of the [[Elite Four]], will not.
   
 
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Revision as of 17:07, 13 May 2008

A full battle (Japanese: フルバトル full battle), also known as a six-on-six battle, is a Pokémon battle in which both trainers use a full party of six Pokémon. The first trainer to completely knock out all of the opposing trainer's Pokémon wins the battle.

These battles are rare, both in the anime and the games. Usually trainers will either have or useless than the full six.


In the anime, most trainers declare a specific number of Pokémon to be used in a battle. This number is very rarely the full six. The most notable trainer to do so is Drake, the final leader in the Orange League. Battles in the final rounds of each region's League Conference are usually full battles as well.

Unlike the anime, the games allow two trainers to use different numbers of Pokémon. While the player will more often than not have six Pokémon with them at a time, many NPCs they face, including Gym Leaders and members of the Elite Four, will not.

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