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Favorite 4th Gen Frontier Brain

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation IV Discussion' started by RedBlastoise, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. RedBlastoise

    RedBlastoise Cerulean Blues

    Which Frontier Brain from the 4th Generation games did you guys like the most? Please explain your choice in detail.

    My favorite one was Dahlia since she was the most lively one and I liked that her battle facility involved the roulette because it made the battle more unpredictable and exciting.
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  2. wolf jani

    wolf jani Prone to overreacting about things

    Thorton since he was unpredictable with different mons every time.
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  3. Leonhart

    Leonhart Imagineer

    My favorite Frontier Brain changes often, but right now I'd say that Nejiki (Thorton) is my favorite one. He's the one that I've faced the most times since I've been trying to get his commemorative print in HeartGold version, but he's a challenge each time I've battled him. Despite that, I like his design.
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  4. Cat's Eye Draco

    Cat's Eye Draco Well-Known Member

    Dahlia. The Battle Arcade has always been my favorite Frontier facility, and I like her design and cheerful personality.
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  5. Leonhart

    Leonhart Imagineer

    I liked her design, especially her hair. She was also one of the few people of color in the franchise at that point, so that's a nice bonus. I'll admit that I loathe her battle facility, though. I always seemed to have the worst luck there.
  6. DLeck6211

    DLeck6211 Furniture of law enforcement


    I don't really have a reason, I just like him lol
  7. KyogreThunder

    KyogreThunder Call of Fate

    I'll go with Argenta, since she looks quite cool and you can't predict which Pokemon she is going to send out.
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  8. Lunalah

    Lunalah Well-Known Member

    Palmer because he's the rival dude's dad and he has a pretty awesome team and also because he was in DP and not just Platinum like the others.
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  9. TwilightBlade

    TwilightBlade Well-Known Member

    Is it bad that I didn't like any of them in particular? They had interesting aesthetics I'll give them that, but I preferred the Hoenn Frontier Brains more. I guess I'll pick Darach just because he looked dapper.
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  10. RedBlastoise

    RedBlastoise Cerulean Blues

    I always considered Darach to be like a pseudo-Frontier Brain because I think it was implied that Caitlin was the real Brain and Darach just battled for her.
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  11. Leonhart

    Leonhart Imagineer

    I also considered Cattleya (Caitlin) to be the true Frontier Brain out of that duo, and I think she simply preferred watching battles than participating in them herself. She was basically a figurehead in that facility and she was the one who decided how much CP to give to each challenger.
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  12. Ubermuk

    Ubermuk Sticky & Sweet

    I was going to pick Argenta but then I saw her artwork and said nope. She looks a lot older there than in her game sprite lol. So I'll pick Palmer because he's Barry's dad.
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  13. Thorton. I liked how I didn't know what to expect.
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  14. Leonhart

    Leonhart Imagineer

    Glad someone else liked him, too. I thought that the fact that his team was unpredictable made him the toughest Frontier Brain of Gen IV, and having a challenging opponent was half of the fun about competing in the Battle Frontier in the first place.
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  15. Strategy guides and YouTube playthroughs are great and all, but sometimes it's better to not know what's coming because that way, it feels more rewarding in the end. That's how I felt with the Battle Factory.

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