RotationPokémon Black and White. It is set out in the typical style of a Triple battle but with a different means of attacking. The player can send out 3 Pokémon at a time however the stage they are released onto can rotate, meaning although the player has 3 Pokémon able to battle, the Pokémon at the front of the rotation can only battle 1 on 1, with the other 2 pokémon pushed to the back. However the player has the ability to switch pokémon by moving the "table" either clockwise or anti-clockwise, choosing any of the other 2 Pokémon. Of course, the same holding true for the opponent.
Unlike the normal Triple battle system, switching Pokémon will not take up the players turn to move and the player has the ability to attack as soon as the new Pokémon is put up front. The rotation appears to be the first thing that happens in the turn so Speed is calculated after the rotation.
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