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  • Every Pokemon game has so many secrets to discover, and we've all fallen for a fake one at some point or another, but none of them are quite as iconic as the ones you're about to see.

  • So hey, I'm nervous, Nick for screw attacks Top 10 Pokemon Urban Legends Number 10 Back in the nineties, you couldn't just do a quick Google search any time you wanted to see if a rumor was true or not.

  • That's why most of what you'll see on this top tennis from the early days of Pokemon.

  • And that's also why Number 10 goes to drag a night evolving into Yoshi.

  • Yes, it's stupid, and it's totally unbelievable of these days.

  • But this whole rumor started in Nintendo Power magazine, the official sports for Oh, Nintendo News.

  • Besides, that phone shop job would totally convince nine year olds who didn't know that was all in April Fool's joke.

  • And that's the main reason it takes the bottom spot.

  • It was a just for fun prank for Scrubs, who didn't know the basics of Pokemon evolution or for people who read the name J.

  • Esther and didn't put two and two together.

  • Still, it didn't stop us from wanting it to be true.

  • Number nine for more than 20 years, Magic Carp has kind of been a punching bag in the world with Pokemon.

  • Some people take it literally like James.

  • Don't be like James.

  • That's bad.

  • But also don't be like one of the thousands of kids on elementary school playgrounds everywhere who thought that Magic Harp Splash attack had a minuscule chance of one hit K owing the opponent.

  • You know that some kid dropped half a grand in pokey dollars on this flopping doofus.

  • It was in some state of denial, my current of waste, all that money on a Pokemon with one worthless attack, they said.

  • And yet they did splash waas and always has been more pointless than magic Carpet self number eight.

  • You ever go over to your cousin's house to trade Pokemon when you're a little kid and he tells you, Hey, you know you can actually feel the Pokemon transferring if you pinch the cable their fingers hard enough so you actually pinch it and you swear you can feel the electrical impulses passing by.

  • And then you actually give it two seconds of thought 20 years later and realize that's probably just your own heartbeat because you're bending the cable so hard like an idiot.

  • Yeah, have you really stupid?

  • I think nobody actually fell for that one.

  • Number seven before the word creepypasta meant anything other than this box of SpongeBob macaroni and cheese.

  • We had spooky urban legends like this classic from Gen.

  • One.

  • Rumor had it that before Pokemon came stateside, the tune for the graveyard city of Lavender Town had to be massively tweet.

  • Why?

  • Supposedly the original version contains certain tones or beats that led to a spike in aggression, headaches, nosebleeds and even suicides among Japanese youth, Of course, the entire thing is Toro's crab.

  • But there were a couple of things that light almost make it seem plausible.

  • There's the fact that kids can hear certain pitches that adults can't the whole by.

  • Naro beats fat that's supposed to make it feel certain things, and you can't deny just how unsettling that tune is to begin win.

  • Whether you believed in lavender town syndrome or not, there was some small part of all of us that couldn't help but pay attention that cold shiver running down our spines.

  • Number six Everybody wants to believe in something that gives them more control when things are actually chaos.

  • For those of us who've gone Pokemon hunting for long enough, we will tried everything we could to influence whether that Pokemon actually got captured or not.

  • For some, it was holding be once the ball bursts open.

  • For others, it was mashing a and for most it was holding down and be the entire time.

  • But no matter what your ritual waas and nobody how much you swear it worked or didn't work in putting any kind of button combination to secure that capture was nothing but superstition in the placebo, but hasn't stopped me from trying all these years later anyway, Number five.

  • Even though the Siri's has arguably gotten better since 1996 that first generation of Pokemon games is still the one that sold the most copies with a tidal wave of fans and hide behind the upcoming second Gen.

  • The rumor mill inevitably started churning like crazy.

  • In all likelihood, the myth of Pick a Blue came from barrels design, leaking without a proper name attached to it.

  • It's blue.

  • It kind of looks like peek at you.

  • It's a pink of blue.

  • Some kids may have seen that name on that official Topps trading card.

  • Heifers Turn it in some a little chat room of all places.

  • But since a lot of us didn't know that there were new Pokemon games coming out yet, everyone just assumed that you could find Pekka Blue in the games we already had.

  • Some said you had to use a water stone on the level 100.

  • Peek a choo, right?

  • You Others said you needed to beat the elite four dozens or even hundreds of times way all know the truth now.

  • But either way, seeing an urban legend come to life in some form or fashion was still really cool to see Number four lost Deep city Ah, perfect place to build a space station and also a perfect place for some or cool urban legends that we wish were true.

  • The musty space center would routinely put rockets into space from the launch pad, which is enough of a set up for any good Pokemon rumor.

  • But what really sealed the deal was this counter that kept track of the none of rockets launched as the old legend claims.

  • After the 100 launch, you could write a shuttle to the moon for a chance to battle D Oxus.

  • But here's the thing.

  • What this number was actually keeping track up was the amount of weeks that have passed since you created your say five.

  • And since literally nobody is gonna play there Ruby or Sapphire file for two straight years, you couldn't prove it was false.

  • You know, it's too bad that this really cool rumor wasn't true in Game Boy advance versions, because in the remakes, it actually is kind of in Omega Ruby.

  • In Alfa Sapphire, you can ride memory quasi into space for a battle with the Oxus.

  • Hey, who knows of game freak additives in because of the old school urban legend?

  • But either way, it's the kind of fan service we can only dream of seeing more Number three.

  • This was a Gen.

  • One rumor I had all but forgotten about until I was putting together this top 10 and it's arguably one of the most interesting of them all.

  • The hunt to uncover red, blue and yellows.

  • Every mystery led some to the northernmost point.

  • Incanto.

  • The greatest secret of Bill's house, some speculated, wasn't the weird machine that tournament toe a Pokemon.

  • It was that pathway into the mountains that his home was obviously blocking.

  • How do you get back there?

  • What do you find if you do get there?

  • After all, if there was nothing interesting to hide, why wasn't it just a solid wall of rock Instead?

  • For whatever reason, the most common theory was that Bill had a secret garden behind his house.

  • We could catch rare Pokemon, including the infamous Pekka Blue, and for the rial tinfoil hat wear is out there.

  • There were even rumors that Bills Garden had this next urban legend.

  • Number two air wise, an endless amount of schoolyard kids spreading crap about there being more than 150 polka mining, the original gains.

  • And with you turning out to be the real deal, it seemed like the floodgates unleashed all kinds of rumored extra Pokemon.

  • Mu, some said, was the first in a line of poking God's what gave its urban legend.

  • Some credibility was at a few of the supposed God's people pointed to were actually from the upcoming golden silver.

  • Basically, they looked real because technically they work now summon number real.

  • Anyone who thought that this was going to be a real Pokemon deserved the disappointment.

  • They got its Ridley on fire.

  • Still, the very legend of the poker gods actually got people to believe that toga p and Merrill or pull come on rare than me into hiding somewhere.

  • Incanto.

  • Yeah, it's an urban legend that's aged like un refrigerated milk, but that didn't stop thousands of believers from praying for the existence off the pokey guys.

  • It's number one.

  • In this day and age, it is so easy to debunk myths about video games.

  • As much as I wish Number one could be something people still believe today.

  • There's still no denying the most famous urban legend of all finding new under that dang truck.

  • Remember the first time you heard that there was a truck off screen just east of SS an you shaded by None of the last nine Urban legends being true said uh, right.

  • And why wouldn't you be skeptical?

  • You've played red and blue countless times and never saw a truck anywhere, Incanto.

  • But curiosity got the better of you, and you served over there.

  • Anyway.

  • Your heart skipped a beat when you found out that there is a truck just off screen.

  • What this truck and the fact that Mu actually did exist in the game, or the only bits of truth a whole generation of kids needed, just swallow the rest of the lie and believe it for years to come.

  • After all, they wanted to put this very specific truck out of sight for no reason, Right?

  • There's gotta be a sacred underneath it, right?

  • Surely you could use strength to push it away and find something worthwhile under rights.

  • Sadly, no.

  • Even when the trucks showed back up in the game, we advanced remakes, and we were all a lot older and wiser.

  • Still had to take one more peek under that truck, just to be sure.

  • But who knows?

  • Maybe someday game freak will repeat what they did with the Oxus and Ruby in Saffire next time.

  • Or maybe the next.

  • Next time that we make the original games, the most famous pokey myth of all can finally become reality for our secret Number 11 you can't have one of the most famous glitches in the world without a hefty knows of rumors to go alongside missing no, had so many urban legends around that we're just gonna lump them all right here.

  • Everything from deleting your SE file to evolving into a public a guy.

  • And at least the rumor about duplicating rare Candies came true.

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