Platinum Legends is a Pokémon franchise that started in 2005, and has now been ported to the Wii U. The new Legendaries are basically a reboot of the previous games in the franchise, and are all exclusive to the Platinum series, starting with Platinum Pokémon.
It’s a bit odd, as they are all Platinum, and you don’t get the chance to play with them.
But if you have the game on Wii U, you get to play them.
It sounds pretty simple, right?
Well, it turns out the Platinum Legends are actually really, really complicated.
So if you want to see how they play, you’ll have to find a Platinum Pokémon trainer who you can beat in Pokémon Platinum Legends.
If you can’t find one, the Pokémon Platinum series can be a little frustrating.
For starters, you can find only the Platinum Pokémon you need, and they’re quite rare.
For the most part, you will only be able to catch one Platinum Pokémon at a time.
But the Platinum legendaries also come in multiple forms, and the Platinum Trainer who has the most of them at the end of the game wins.
So you’ll need to beat a lot of Platinum Pokémon to be able play them in Legendaries.
That’s actually kind of fun, as it means you can use these legendaries in new games, but there’s a catch.
Once you get a Platinum Legend, you need to trade it in for a Platinum Pokemon that’s also on your team.
The Platinum Pokemon is usually a Gold, Silver, or Crystal.
But some of the Platinum Legendaries also have some other Pokémon that you can trade in, like a Pokémon with the same name, or one that’s a new species.
So to make sure you get all of them, you have to be a Platinum Trainer.
As you can see, the Platinum Pokemon Trainer is the one with the most Gold, Gold, and Silver legendaries.
They’re really easy to catch, but they’re also really hard to catch.
When you do catch a Platinum, you must go out and beat the Platinum Leader of your team, and that Platinum Pokémon will become a Platinum Legendary.
If you beat all the Platinum, Gold and Silver Legendaries, you unlock a Legendary Pokémon.
Legendary Pokémon have a lot more HP and attack, but less Speed.
Legendary Pokemon are basically the only Pokémon that can be found outside of the Pokédex, and those Legendary Pokémon will appear in the Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum games.
Legendaries can be used to obtain items that are needed for battling.
The Legendaries you can catch are the same Pokémon as the Platinum ones, and it’s possible to use a Legendary to fight a Pokémon that has not been captured yet.
For example, if you capture a Platinum Dragon, and use it as a Legendary, it can evolve into a Dragon-type Pokémon.
You can also capture Legendary Pokémon that have evolved into Dragon-types, and have them become a Dragon.
This process can take anywhere from two hours to a day.
The Pokémon Platinum Legend is actually quite interesting, because it’s the first Pokémon game to have an actual story.
The games’ main character, Ash, gets the chance of meeting a new Platinum, a female Pokémon called Marth, in his first game, Diamond and Pearl.
After a few more games, Ash meets her again in the Platinum game.
She becomes the third Pokémon that Ash has fought in the series, and her story is much different from that of her previous three games.
The first two games were set in the Sinnoh region, so Ash was always going to be in a city where he met his new rival, a Pokémon named Kanto.
But it was never revealed that the Pokémon that he meets in his last game, Pokémon Platinum, was the first and only Pokémon he had ever met.
The third game, however, is set in Sinnoh, so the player has to travel to the Sinnou City Pokémon Center to find the Legendary Pokémon who was the only one who was there before.
And in that first Pokémon Game, the player encounters the Legendary Kanto and learns about the Sinnowans history with the Pokémon League.
The Pokémon League is a place where the Pokémon who are the best are invited to battle against the Pokémon Masters, and then the best Pokémon get to go on to become the Legendary Pokemon that will be the Legendary in Pokémon Legend.
This is where the legendaries get really interesting.
The Legendary Pokémon in the game are the ones that have a very specific story, and these Legendary Pokémon are the only ones Ash ever gets to fight.
I’ll be honest, I never really understood why Ash chose to fight Legendary Pokémon, but I do now.
After playing the game, I started to understand why Ash would fight the Legendarys, and he became a legend.
After you beat the Legendaries in Legend, they’ll give you a random Legendary Pokémon with a certain number of HP and Attack.
So that’s what gives you