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Outsider Pokémon will begin to act disobediently in battle if the [[Pokémon Trainer]] who owns it does not have a certain [[Gym]] [[Badge]] won from a [[Gym Leader]]. The disobedience can range from using the wrong move, or not doing anything at all during a turn. The reasoning for this is that Pokémon respect trainers who can defeat [[Gym Leaders]], but in terms of game mechanics, it's to prevent someone from trading in a friend's [[Level]] 70 Pokémon and easily beating the game.
 
Outsider Pokémon will begin to act disobediently in battle if the [[Pokémon Trainer]] who owns it does not have a certain [[Gym]] [[Badge]] won from a [[Gym Leader]]. The disobedience can range from using the wrong move, or not doing anything at all during a turn. The reasoning for this is that Pokémon respect trainers who can defeat [[Gym Leaders]], but in terms of game mechanics, it's to prevent someone from trading in a friend's [[Level]] 70 Pokémon and easily beating the game.
   
The disobedience will start around Level 10 for most Pokémon if the trainer owning it has no badges. After winning the second badge of each [[region]] ([[Badge#Cascadebadge|Cascadebadge]], [[Badge#Hivebadge|Hivebadge]], and [[Badge#Knucklebadge|Knucklebadge]]), Outsider Pokémon will obey orders until they reach Level 30.
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The disobedience will start around Level 10 for most Pokémon if the trainer owning it has no badges. After winning the second badge of each [[region]] ([[Badge#Cascadebadge|Cascadebadge]], [[Badge#Hivebadge|Hivebadge]], [[Badge#Knucklebadge|Knucklebadge]], and [[Badge#Forestbadge|Forest Badge]]) Outsider Pokémon will obey orders until they reach Level 30.
   
After that, the [[Badge#Rainbowbadge|Rainbowbadge]], [[Badge#Fogbadge|Fogbadge]], and [[Badge#Heatbadge|Heatbadge]] are required to make Outsiders up to Level 50 obedient.
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After that, the [[Badge#Rainbowbadge|Rainbowbadge]], [[Badge#Fogbadge|Fogbadge]], [[Badge#Heatbadge|Heatbadge]], and [[Badge#Fenbadge|Fen Badge]] are required to make Outsiders up to Level 50 obedient.
   
The [[Badge#Marshbadge|Marshbadge]], [[Badge#Stormbadge|Stormbadge]], and [[Badge#Featherbadge|Featherbadge]] will make Outsiders up to Level 70 loyal.
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The [[Badge#Marshbadge|Marshbadge]], [[Badge#Stormbadge|Stormbadge]], [[Badge#Featherbadge|Featherbadge]], and [[Badge#Iciclebadge|Icicle Badge]] will make Outsiders up to Level 70 loyal.
   
Finally, the [[Badge#Earthbadge|Earthbadge]], [[Badge#Risingbadge|Risingbadge]], and [[Badge#Rainbadge|Rainbadge]] will make all Outsiders of any level obey commands.
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Finally, the [[Badge#Earthbadge|Earthbadge]], [[Badge#Risingbadge|Risingbadge]], [[Badge#Rainbadge|Rainbadge]], and [[Badge#Beaconbadge|Beacon Badge]] will make all Outsiders of any level obey commands.
   
 
A Pokémon is recognized by an Outsider if it's OT identification does not match up with the current saved game. This means that if a Pokémon is traded out of a game that is restarted, then traded back in, it will be treated as an Outsider.
 
A Pokémon is recognized by an Outsider if it's OT identification does not match up with the current saved game. This means that if a Pokémon is traded out of a game that is restarted, then traded back in, it will be treated as an Outsider.

Revision as of 03:31, 15 August 2007

An outsider Pokémon is a Pokémon received in a trade, or any Pokémon who is not owned by its original trainer or "OT".

Outsider Pokémon will begin to act disobediently in battle if the Pokémon Trainer who owns it does not have a certain Gym Badge won from a Gym Leader. The disobedience can range from using the wrong move, or not doing anything at all during a turn. The reasoning for this is that Pokémon respect trainers who can defeat Gym Leaders, but in terms of game mechanics, it's to prevent someone from trading in a friend's Level 70 Pokémon and easily beating the game.

The disobedience will start around Level 10 for most Pokémon if the trainer owning it has no badges. After winning the second badge of each region (Cascadebadge, Hivebadge, Knucklebadge, and Forest Badge) Outsider Pokémon will obey orders until they reach Level 30.

After that, the Rainbowbadge, Fogbadge, Heatbadge, and Fen Badge are required to make Outsiders up to Level 50 obedient.

The Marshbadge, Stormbadge, Featherbadge, and Icicle Badge will make Outsiders up to Level 70 loyal.

Finally, the Earthbadge, Risingbadge, Rainbadge, and Beacon Badge will make all Outsiders of any level obey commands.

A Pokémon is recognized by an Outsider if it's OT identification does not match up with the current saved game. This means that if a Pokémon is traded out of a game that is restarted, then traded back in, it will be treated as an Outsider.

In addition, Pokémon received in-game from non-player characters (eggs or gifts) generally have the OT of the player. Pokémon traded with non-player characters ingame generally have different OT data and are regarded as Outsider Pokémon. Even if two different saved games have OT names on the Trainer's ID that match, a Pokémon will usually be regarded as an Outsider Pokémon because there is another, Trainer ID value.