Join Date: Sep 2010
This new thread for some reason makes me want to start my first challenge
-Trading is possible, but I'd rather not do it
- Medium difficulty
-I don't want to use any starter pokemon
EDIT: fuck I misspelled challange
Originally Posted by Fat King Serperior
Chieliee, take Crackle the Caracoasta. Its ability cannot be Sturdy. It can either have STAB OR Shell Smash. Must solo gym 8 or Catlyn of the E4.
Originally Posted by Fat BrazilianGuy
Reserving a Sandile for Chieliee
@Chieliee: You'll receive Carnivorous, the Sandile
This Sandile always leaved in the desert, and always had problems to find problems(once, he tried to eat sand, just to imagine how is popcorn =-[).
When you capture it, it notice that there is a hole new world of food for him to eat!!!.
So, to evolve him he need to taste at least ONE MEMBER
of each of this evolution chart, pokémons that are common for a crocodile like him to eat:(by taste, you understand solo)
For obvious reasons, Carnivorous can't fight Grass type mons
After it evolves into Krokorok, it noticed how bad it was eating pokémon. So, it decides do eat only plants. Rename it Veggie
To evolve, Veggie needs to eat at least TWO MEMBERS
of this evolution chart, pokémons that, for him, are only plants:
After evolving into a Krookodile, Veggie hears about global warming, and notice that the ones that are causing the problems on the world are humans, not pokémons that eat meat or plants. So, he decides to kill all the humans(that excludes you, because you appear to be a good human). Rename it Murderer
The moment is the E4, but to allow himself to have a participation on this free fast-food, it must train, by train, he understands that he need to kill humanoid looking pokémon. To complete that task, he must solo the COMPLETE
evolution chart of this pokémon:
After that, Murderer can participates on the Elite 4 fight. If it fails on one of the three tasks, it can't participate.
Edit: Man, forgot this part: Must learn Bite for obvious reasons, and only substitute for Crunch. Can forget Crunch!
Originally Posted by Fat Twannes
Chieliee, use Marty the Blitzle. Marty really likes speed, so you need to teach it Flame Charge ASAP and keep it forever. You also need to use it every time he comes to battle until you outspeed your opponent. Because he wants to show Elesa how its done, you must beat her Zebstrika 1 vs 1 without accuiring any motor drive/lightningrod boosts from luring in electric attacks. Then you can evolve him if you want. Finally, he hates cold so you need to solo Brycen while only using Flame Charge to get to +2 and to keep yourself warm ;)
Originally Posted by Fat Sage Chow
Chieliee: Take a Mienfoo named Miyagi.
This Mienfoo is hoping to learn karate. When you find him near Dragonspiral Tower, he is being harassed by the Cobra Kai (the Plasma Grunts on the top floor). As a trainer, you will help Miyagi stand up for himself and solo these Cobra Kai members. Do so before grinding him in the wild. The victory is short lived, however, as Cobra Kai Sensai 'Ghetsis Kreese' challenges you to a tournament with only two gyms left to train!
You'd better get to it: Solo either of the remaining gyms to gain some much needed experience points. You may also need to grind versus some wild pokemon. But there is a “wax-on, wax-off” principle that you need to follow: Select one move and use that over and over until it runs out off PP. You may only switch move if you switch routes. Make sure you run out off PP for every attack at least once before you enter victory road. This doesn't apply for trainer battles where you may use any move you want. Miyagi may even solo the 5 Cobra Kai on route 9 (= the bikers) for practice. When you get to victory road Miyagi is fed up with the “wax-on, wax-off” restriction and can use his moves freely until he learns High Jump Kick.
Finally the tournament commences: Kreese sends out his first student, Marshall, with a cunning plan.. When Miyagi easily solo's his team it becomes clear that a low sweep has damaged Miyagi's knee. This means that during round two, against Miyagi's nemesis Johnny N, he can only use High Jump Kick. Solo three of his pokemon so Miyagi can make a truckload of money on a sequel movie.
- Mienfoo named Miyagi
- Solo the Plasma Grunts in Dragonspiral Tower before grinding him elsewhere.
- Use the same move against any wild pokemon until the PP is depleted: “Wax-on, wax-off!”
- Solo any gym to evolve
- Solo Marshall
- Solo 3 of N's pokemon using HJK
Originally Posted by Fat Jimera0
@Chielee, take Envy the Gothita. Envy is jealous as hell that its line is completely outclassed by Reuniclus line. As such, it refused to learn any attacks that attacks commonly used by competitive Reuniclus (Meaning all the attacks listed on this
page. That means no Trick Room, Psyshock, Psychic, Shadow Ball, Focus Blast, Calm Mind, Trick or Recover). It is also jealous of the Reuniclus line's superior ability, and such takes out its anger by using its own ability (Frisk) the best it can; by stealing shit. It must learn Thief ASAP and use it to steal every item Frisk reveals. In order to evolve it must steal 30 items. In order to evolve again it needs to steal 5 items that are not berries.
Originally Posted by Fat Axmaster68
Chieliee, you get Flow the Vannilite. Flow must always have a move in each of these catagories:
1)Flow- Icy Wind
All of these moves must be kept, but you get to replace one and evolve if you complete these:
1) Solo 15 trainers with neutral STABs
2) Solo at least 2 of a gym leader's pokemon with SE only attacks
3) KO 5 pokemon at +6 Def and use mist against each
To remove another, complete these 2:
1) Solo 25 pokemon with the new move that the move is NFE to each (I assume you mean NVE?)
2) Solo 15 pokemon at +6 Def, 5 of which you must use Mist on, with the new attack, and their STABs must be neutral.
You get to remove another and evolve again if you complete these 5:
1)Solo 2 gym leaders, and Iris/Drayden cannot be soloed.
2)Solo 30 pokemon with SE STABs.
3)Catch 5 more Vannilite/ish, and the 2 with the closest nature to Flow are his parents, which must never faint, and be in a box named Champions, with each having the name Champion.
4)Either Harden or Mist must be with you up to this point, and you must either get to +6 or use mist twice against 55 pokemon.
5)Use an RNG to choose a member of your party, and Flow must always be in your party, along with that member.
Either way, you must give Flow Leftovers ASAP, and you are stuck with one move no matter what.
Gonna try to keep track of the challenge in this thread.
This is the world we live in
And these are the hands we're given
Use them and lets start trying
To make it a place worth living in.
Last edited by Chieliee; Oct 6th, 2011 at 8:00:25 AM.