Eidolon (EYE-doh-lun) is Emile's Dusknoir in his Let's Play of Pokémon Platinum. He was the sixth and final Pokémon to join Emile's team.

Pokémon Platinum Edit

Episode 53: Giratina Edit

Emile captured Eidolon as a Dusclops in the Sendoff Spring. He was not nicknamed at the time of his capture and did not battle for Emile until some time later.

Episode 54: Willpower Trip Edit

Using another game cartridge and console that he owned, Emile evolved Eidolon into Dusknoir by trading him while he held a Reaper Cloth. Dusknoir was then traded back to Emile off-screen. Eidolon's first battle was when Emile confronted Azelf. Though he had less than one hundred HP, Eidolon was surprisingly good at tanking Future Sights from Azelf. He was on the field when Azelf was caught by Emile.

Episode 55: Knowledge is Power Edit

Eidolon assisted in catching Uxie due to its bulk and Ice Punch's lower power. He was switched out when Uxie began buffing its special defense with Amnesia.

Episode 56: Emotion VS Logic Edit

Eidolon did not physically appear in this episode, only making cameo appearances on the menu screen and on the Pokétch screen.

Episode 57: The Untraveled Road Edit

Eidolon did not physically appear in this episode, only making cameo appearances on the menu screen and on the Pokétch screen.

Episode 58: The Shore is Always Sunny Edit

Eidolon did not physically appear in this episode, only making cameo appearances on the menu screen and on the Pokétch screen.

Episode 59: City Volkner Edit

Before challenging the Sunyshore City Gym, Emile gave Eidolon his nickname offscreen. Eidolon's only contribution during the Sunyshore Gym was battling Electivire and took him down to good amount of HP, ultimately helping Emile defeat Volkner.

Episode 60: Keep Your Wittz About You Edit

Eidolon participated in Emile's battle with TheJWittz.

Episode 74: The Bio Weapon Edit

Eidolon was used by Emile to battle trainers along Route 228.

Moves Edit

Current Moves Edit

Previous Moves Edit

Nickname Origin Edit

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Eidolon is the only member of Emile's Pokémon Platinum team to be caught in an evolved form.
    • Mimien does not count because Mime Jr. did not exist at the time of FireRed/LeafGreen.
    • This is because Emile didnt wan't to catch a Duskull in Route 209 32 episodes earlier because he thought it would be so difficult to use a Duskull. He tried to use Duskull in a personal playthrough of Platinum and thought Duskull's offensive capabilities were bad. It is due to Duskull having Defenses as it's only good stat and mediocre everywhere else for stats.
  • Eidolon is the Emile's second Pokémon that evolved directly after being caught, the first being Vanity.
  • Eidolon is Emile's second Ghost-type team member, the first one being Affection from Pokémon Colosseum.
    • Coincidentally, Misdreavus and Dusclops are pure Ghost types who would get an evolution in a later game.
  • Eidolon is Emile's first Pokemon to evolve through trading.
    • Although, as of Gen V, Milotic could evolve through trading (while holding a Prism Scale).
  • Due to Emile having talked about the Multiplayer features except for Trading, many people thought Emile would catch an Electabuzz in Route 222 as his 6th Team member, until unexpectedly, he chose a Dusclops.
    • Chugga had also stated that he likes Electivire in terms of it's stats but in terms of appearance, it looks "horrible".
  • Eidolon is Emile's second Pokémon to be caught very late in the game, the other being Volvagia in Pokémon Crystal, which was obtained after acquiring all 8 badges of Johto.
  • Eidolon is Emile's first Pokémon obtained in a former aftergame area, as in Diamond/Pearl, Sendoff Spring wasn't accessible until the aftergame.
  • He has an Adamant nature.
  • He likes to run, which must be tragic as Dusclops loses its legs when it becomes Dusknoir.
  • He likes spicy food.
  • Emile wanted to use Dusclops many times in the past, including in Pokémon Emerald and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, but it never ended up being on his team. He decided that he would finally use it in Platinum, especially because with the introduction of the Eviolite in Generation 5 (Black and White/Black 2 and White 2), Dusknoir was simply outclassed by Dusclops, which has higher Defense and Special Defense when holding the Item.
  • Emile thinks that Dusclops and Dusknoir should stay with Levitate as their ability, to be "identical" to Gengar's evolutionary line (Gengar doesn't float and has Levitate).
    • Humorously enough, as of Gen. VII, Gengar has since lost Levitate and was replaced with Cursed Body.
  • In Episode 75: Fighting for Survival, the only move tutor move Eidolon could learn was Mud-Slap.

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