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This question is the second one in a series of Poké-related questions I hope that I can ask.

Who's this Pokémon that:

  1. Was (already?) released by the time the generation that has almost as many Pokémon as the number a byte can hold, was released.
  2. Has the same name as what was the major event on a Disney Princess's Birthday, in a cartoon movie.
  3. The movie was released at the same year as the one I got into Uni, listed in Greece list in my Travel, in the place that Arsenal is notorious for. Indexing for that may, or may not be, the reverse of what one would expect. You can check the year I was born to determine if indixing starts from the start of the list or from the end.
  4. Brock has a hard time deciding if he has the advantage or the disadvantage over it!
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    $\begingroup$ Strongly recommend not including clues that link to external websites about yourself. :/ $\endgroup$ – Ian MacDonald Aug 19 '16 at 17:50
  • $\begingroup$ @IanMacDonald I wouldn't! But in my 1st question I was downvoted for my question being to easy, so I wanted to make it a bit harder..Will have it in mind though for the next gym! $\endgroup$ – gsamaras Aug 19 '16 at 17:55
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I'm pretty sure it's

Lanturn

Clue 1

Generation 2 had 251 total Pokémon (100 new Pokémon combined with Generation 1's 151), almost 255

Clue 2

Rapunzel's parents (and the rest of the kingdom) release lanterns on her birthday each year in Tangled

Clue 3

Arsenal is mocked for usually terminating in 4th position. In your list, the 4th element from the end is an island that was visited in 2010 – the same year Tangled was released (though interestingly not in Greece, where it wasn't released until January of 2011). It could not be indexed from the start, because that destination was visited in 1995, and you were too young to be in university.

Clue 4

Lanturn is weak to Ground type moves (which many Rock type Pokémon have access to), but Brock's Rock types are weak to Lanturn's Water moves

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  • $\begingroup$ Will, I updated my question with the 3rd clue. Please, take a moment and retry! The list of the places I have in Greece are marked by the time of year. We are interesting in finding the list item in the place that Arsenal (the football team in Premier League) is usually mocked for terminating at every season. That year is the same as the release year of the movie in Clue 2. Let me know if this helps! (I only said it was at the same year as the one I got into the university to help the reader determine if indexing starts from the start or the end of the list.. $\endgroup$ – gsamaras Aug 19 '16 at 18:12
  • $\begingroup$ I thought it was SPOILER Sudowoodo, but don't want to look at the other website 0:P $\endgroup$ – ABcDexter Aug 19 '16 at 18:55
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    $\begingroup$ @ABcDexter It's okay... looking makes the clue more confusing than it already is. :| I've been staring at it for an hour and I still don't understand what I'm supposed to be indexing or how or what relevance any of it has other than potentially cluing the year 2010 (or possibly 2011 in Greece). $\endgroup$ – Will Aug 19 '16 at 18:57
  • $\begingroup$ Ok, a trivia: Frozen's princess Elsa had a 'coronation' on her birthday. It was released in 2013 :) $\endgroup$ – ABcDexter Aug 19 '16 at 19:00
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    $\begingroup$ @gsamaras Thanks for the edit! I was reading/interpreting the clue wrong the whole time! facepalm $\endgroup$ – Will Aug 19 '16 at 19:33

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