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A '''perfect battle''' is a type of outcome for a [[Pokémon battle]]. The term may refer to one of three different situations.
 
A '''perfect battle''' is a type of outcome for a [[Pokémon battle]]. The term may refer to one of three different situations.
   
The [[Pokémon Stadium series]], {{g|Colosseum}}, {{Pokémon XD}} and [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] recognize a perfect battle as one where the Pokémon on the winning party are all be conscious with at least one [[Stats#Hit Points|Hit Point]] remaining at the conclusion of the battle. This definition is also recognized in the competitive battling circuit. Perfect battles are not recognized in the [[version|main series games]].
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The [[Pokémon Stadium series]], {{g|Colosseum}}, {{Pokémon XD}} and [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] recognize a perfect battle as one where none of the Pokémon on the winning party have fainted. This definition is also recognized in the competitive battling circuit, commonly referred to as a 6-0. Perfect battles are not recognized in the [[version|main series games]].
   
 
In the battle arena games, players who complete a perfect battle are rewarded with Continues ("Perfect Points" in ''Pokémon Battle Revolution''), allowing {{player}}s to fight against the same {{pkmn|Trainer}} they lost to in what would usually turn out as a Game Over. Continues and Perfect Points will only last for the Cup or Colosseum challenge the player is in.
 
In the battle arena games, players who complete a perfect battle are rewarded with Continues ("Perfect Points" in ''Pokémon Battle Revolution''), allowing {{player}}s to fight against the same {{pkmn|Trainer}} they lost to in what would usually turn out as a Game Over. Continues and Perfect Points will only last for the Cup or Colosseum challenge the player is in.
   
In competitive battling it is common for a perfect battle to be called a 6-0 or a "six oh". It is also common for it to be said about a single Pokémon, e.g. "My Garchomp 6-0'd their team."
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There are several alternate, unofficial definitions of a perfect battle, such as winning in the minimum amount of turns, or without taking any [[damage]].
 
There exist several alternate definitions of a perfect battle. These definitions are not used in any official media, but may be used by fans.
 
* A battle won in the minimum amount of turns (for example, three turns for a 3-on-3 battle) would be a perfect battle.
 
* A battle won without taking any [[damage]] may also be considered perfect.
 
 
   
 
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Revision as of 13:07, 25 November 2012

A perfect battle is a type of outcome for a Pokémon battle. The term may refer to one of three different situations.

The Pokémon Stadium series, Pokémon Colosseum, Pokémon XD and Pokémon Battle Revolution recognize a perfect battle as one where none of the Pokémon on the winning party have fainted. This definition is also recognized in the competitive battling circuit, commonly referred to as a 6-0. Perfect battles are not recognized in the main series games.

In the battle arena games, players who complete a perfect battle are rewarded with Continues ("Perfect Points" in Pokémon Battle Revolution), allowing players to fight against the same Trainer they lost to in what would usually turn out as a Game Over. Continues and Perfect Points will only last for the Cup or Colosseum challenge the player is in.

There are several alternate, unofficial definitions of a perfect battle, such as winning in the minimum amount of turns, or without taking any damage.

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