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Old August 25th, 2013 (5:52 AM).
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    It happens if you take a trainer following in the adventure.

    If in a double battle of wild Pokemon they you defeat to the whole team, and also to the Pokemon of the dependent trainer. Then this will happen:

    These wild Pokemon continue attacking and the battle never ends.

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    Old August 30th, 2013 (9:02 AM).
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      I forgot to say that this happens in the current version 12.2 essential.

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      Old August 31st, 2013 (5:15 AM).
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        Sorry for the triple post...

        I have discovered that all that happens if the depedent trainer has two Pokemon or more. (It fixes up giving only a Pokemon to the dependent trainer)
        But at the same time I found another problem. The dependend trainer disappears if I lose a battle. (but it can be solved with "Continue:True" in trainers, but not in wild Pokemon)

        I do not know how I can solve it. Does someone know it?

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        Old August 31st, 2013 (8:20 AM).
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          But at the same time I found another problem. The dependend trainer disappears if I lose a battle. (but it can be solved with "Continue:True" in trainers, but not in wild Pokemon)
          What's supposed to happen when you lose a battle while you happen to have a partner trainer? Don't you just black our and return to the last Poké Centre as usual? In that case, it only makes sense that your partner disappears.

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          Old September 3rd, 2013 (3:05 AM). Edited September 3rd, 2013 by TACHAN.
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            What's supposed to happen when you lose a battle while you happen to have a partner trainer? Don't you just black our and return to the last Poké Centre as usual? In that case, it only makes sense that your partner disappears.

            Yes, but I believe that it does not happen in the original game.

            Even this way, I need to do that my partner does not disappear on having lost against wild pokemon.

            http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Stat_Trainers
            Unlike other Trainers, the stat Trainers ask the player to help them to navigate their way through a certain area, participating in Double Battles against other Trainers and wild Pokémon, and healing the player's Pokémon after each battle.

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            Old September 3rd, 2013 (11:56 AM).
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              After each battle won. You still black out and go to the pokemon center as normal if you lose. At least as far as I remember.

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