In Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire Primal Reversion was introduced for Groudon & Kyogre only,
Primal Groudon’s ability ‘Desolate Land’ makes the battle field really hot, in fact. so hot that any damage-dealing water type moves used instantly vaporizes before in can get to him or anyone else.
The temp. at witch water instantly vaporizes is 150C/302F +, sooooooo…
The opposing Pokemon(& Trainer & You & Your Pokemon) would not be well,
Depending on how close you were to Groudon;
Farly close(like normal) and anything with water in it(like most Pokemon & you) would explode from the water in them vaporizing.
Where the air was less then/at 110C/230F you’d be dieing of the heat.
So you’d have to be pretty far away to be safe, or make use of your magma suit that Team Magma gave to you to stop Groudon in the first place.
Now that it’s ability is explained, i shale now talk about Groudon itself.
It is 16’05” ft tall and weighs 2204 libs! so it’s pretty big.
It appears to be made mostly of lava(1090C 1994F. due to this a move like ‘Body Slam’ would kill the user), with an outer skin that’s broken up quite a bit on the back. but in one peace on the front.
But it’s skin isn’t glowing(like hot stuff), so it is below The Draper Point(798K/525C/977F).
And the hottest temp ever recorded happened in Death Vally three times. it was 54C/129.2F,
The air on the battle field when Primal Groudon is sent out is three times that…
But for me, the biggest impact Groudon had was the music that plays after it had ben awakened.
Play it while you read the next lines:
Groudon just turned the sky around you yellow and the sky above your head is to bright to look at. and it’s very hot. and Groudon is heading to Sootopolis City to gain the power it needs from below the city. RIGHT. NOW.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?! GO!!!
I would not turn the game off until i stopped Groudon. and it was getting late to.. but, were i to stop playing now.. i would be worried. and it would be harder to sleep.
I did stop Groudon though. Everyone in the city was praising me for it, i’m still not sure if i like being praised.