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Please refrain from adding Trivia. The site notice clearly says "Do not add any trivia." We get too much focus on trivia and not enough on the actual content of a page, so please focus on the content instead of the trivia sections. Thank you. --P S Yライダー 21:30, 23 May 2011 (UTC)

Missing Abilities

Here's a copy of a message I posted on SnorlaxMonster's talk page:

"Two missing Abilities are quite disturbing me at the momement: Greta's Heracross's Ability, plus the Ability of the wild Electrode that can be encountered at the Battle Pike. I almost saw Heracross's Ability in one video when a Trainer sent out Gardevoir, but obviously it didn't have Trace, so too bad. I think it could be Swarm, since I don't notice any kind of attack boost during status conditions, but I can't be sure if I've missed something. Do you know some person, possibly in Bulbapedia, who could know enough about this, or at least offer some clues, have an access to the Emerald version, or at least something? Thank you. Sorry if I disturbed you in the middle of something important."

He couldn't provide me with an answer, but recommended that I could ask you. To quote him literally:

"I have Emerald, but I've never really been that good at the Battle Frontier in Emerald—I got up to Noland and Lucy once each (this is mostly due to my team sucking). I don't personally know anyone who could do this, but all it needs is someone with a cheating device to go into the Battle Frontier and force catch them. The Electrode however I had always assumed would just have a random Ability due to being a wild Pokémon. Greta... it's fairly hard to test that without something like Transform, Trace or Skill Swap unless you're cheating. If anyone knows though, it's probably Jumpman16; he's got a reputation for being pretty experienced with battle facilities."

So, can you help me? When you know if you can or not, please inform me. Thank you. --FinnishPokéFan92 (talk) 16:53, 5 February 2013 (UTC)