I thought it was kinda cool myself. Can't those items be traded over though? That was my only weird thought. eek
No. You can transfer over Dialga, Palkia and Giratina via that transfer lab thing, but they can not be holding items. Therefore the only way to get the items is if the game gave them to you, which it does. If you've got a copy of platinum those 3 orbs are divine.
I thought it was because of his backup plan. If Reshiram/Zekrom didn't work, he would go after Palkia/Dialga/Giratina. And he may have had many more backup plans after that. But I suppose he decided that he didn't care anymore or something.
Developers put that in since items can't be transfered over from other generations but plot/character wise it doesn't make much since.
Btw,the Shadow Triad sees all.
Actually, it kinda does. Ghetsis' group seems to greatly be connected to Legendaries. They were after Zekrom and Reshiram, they had Genesect, and since Ghetsis was all about trying to get every powerful Pokemon to basically make him god-king of the world. So it makes sense he'd have searched for the powerful Pokemon of other myths.
Why he has the Triad give them to them...That doesn't make sense really. "Here, thanks for ruining all my plans, have some rare items for legendary Pokemon" Maybe it's an attempt to show that Ghetsis is giving up his evil - handing over his second plan to the hero/ine. Or...more likely, it's all for show to get people to think something else of him while he works on his real evil plans... >w> *Smells a sequel, like she did with Cyrus*
"And here I thought that he gave them to us because Cynthia would somehow pull one of the three out of her dress for us. Darn."
#30 Nidorina The Poison Pin Pokémon
I'd pay to see that. An NPC with a legendary? And a Champion no less? That's just...I don't even know what that is!
Back in the day I had actually come up with the idea of having a sort of Elite Four that used Legendaries. Basically each person would use the Legendaries of a set type, and there would be a Champion who had my favorites (Mewtwo, Lugia, Groudon, Giratina, Arceus and now Kyurem).
Problem was Nintendo decided to add a billion Legendaries in Generation IV, so this "Elite Four" would've been more like an "Elite Seven or Eight".