Join Date: Aug 2011
Remembering the OLDEN DAYS where you could use Amnesia to make Mewtwo's Special stat 999.
Okay. This is okay... I'm changing two things: it CAN use Psychic-typed moves, and it CAN use special attacks, but it has to use a Physical attack before that. Also, the physical attack has to be the strongest attack in its moveset. Basically, that leaves me with something like Focus Punch, so that I can actually do something with Alakazam. It still works for you: I have to use Focus Punch before attacking, and honestly, that NEVER freaking works.
Originally Posted by Fat StallMandibuzz
TL;DR MUCH, STALLMANDIBUZZ!
Edit2: Reserving an Abra for RBZW >:D
RBWZ, you get Fists the Abra. Due to a severe accident, this poor Abra believes that it is a Machop. Since Machop is a Fighting type, it cannot use Psychic-typed moves. OH COME ON... this is so BS. Since Machop's strongest stat is Attack, Fists must have at least one Physical attacks at all times. So basically, I can't even learn Psycho Cut, which is literally THE ONLY PHYSICAL PSYCHIC-TYPE ATTACK?! The Abra also doesn't take losing very well, so if an opponent sweeps your team, Fists goes into a kamikaze rage, rushing into battle and shooting off attack after attack until the opponent drops or until it faints. If Fists is forced out of revived, it will act normally again. Okay. To evolve into a Kadabra, it must solo 15 Dark-typed Pokemon, Fine. and to evolve into an Alakazam, it must solo Saturn at Lake Valor. Sure thing. In addition, it must solo Lucian of the E4, since Fighting types are weak against Psychic. Okay... And after soloing Lucian, his Alakazam trains Fists and calms him down, so he no longer goes kamikaze when you get swept. NO. It no longer goes Kamikaze and can use SPECIAL ATTACKS GODDAMNIT. But you must have beaten the Champion first before Lucian's Alakazam's training helps. Cries. Have fun.~
Edited for spelling and grammar. My plan: trade over an Upgrade while evolving Kadabra… also, just wondering, what happens if Porygon (not Porygon2) uses Conversion(2) to change itself into all types TWICE… does that mean that it doesn’t have to do it to evolve into a Porygon-Z?
Posted by Wobbanaut, edited by Me. @RBZW, you get Fickle the Porygon. Every time it comes into battle, it must change its type using either Conversion or Conversion2, and may only evolve after it has changed into 16 other types (Neither Conversion nor Conversion2 will change you into your own type). Fickle has to do the same thing again (as a Porygon2) to evolve into Porygon-Z. After his evolution, he may forget Conversion, but he remembers the hype of Hyper Beam scoring a KO on a Blissey (mind you, I believe that it was a Blissey with a Sp. Def. hindering nature, little or no HP / Sp. Def. investment, and minimal IVs). Fickle is VERY proud that one of its own kin was able to KO such a Special Wall, so it must always keep Hyper Beam, and solo any member of the Elite 4.
This will be a bit annoying... I'll probably have like a mono-type staller of sorts... SAY HELLO TO UMBREON... oh wait, you said it's TAUNTED?! Okay, I think that I'll be ... "forgetting" one of those restrictions... just for the sake of being able to do something with this thing. Yeah, if I had my way, I'd say screw restrictions 1 and 2. Mono-STAB is actually okay...
Originally Posted by Fat Arceustar
You get the Eevee from Bebe and call it Frenzy
It has five restrictions as an Eevee
No TMs/HMs SERIOUSLY?! I am "forgetting" this restriction...
Is always taunted OH COME ON... see above.
Can only evolve at levels that are divisible by 3 fine...
Must trash Ł10000 worth of items every time it faints Won't let it faint then.
Can only use STAB ...UMBREON.
I will edit the rest in a few hours
Originally Posted by Fat King Serperior
Ok, RBZW, Random is coming sometime today.
I don't have much time today though.
Random the Togepi......ah, good times, good times.....
Anyway, as always with my "Random Challenges," Metronome is the cornerstone.
First, I'll just list the generic metronome restrictions and get that over with:
1). Always solo your rival's Grass type using only metronome until he gets Snorlax. Then you must solo it using only Metronome. That'll be fun. Hope that I don't get hit by Giga Impact!
2). Solo any one of the last four gym leaders. One of their mons must be soloed with only Metronome. Basically, solo the entire GL's team, but only one has to be solo'd with Metronome when my only attacking move IS Metronome?! Basically, I'm going with Crasher Wake due to not having T-Bolt or an Ice-type Attack.
3). Solo an E4 Pokemon using only metronome. Say hello to... Bertha's Wishcash! (it doesn't have Fissure anymore...)
4). Metronome's PP must be maxed out ASAP!! You must as it allows more usage of Metronome! I must find a detailed list of where all of the PP Ups are in Sinnoh.
5). Metronome must be the first move used in battle unless it is out of PP. Yeah, I can understand it.
With the generics out of the way, Metronome decided when you will evolve your Egg -> EggBird -> Bird:
From Togepi to Togetic, Metronome must pull all Hyper Beam variants at least once (it does not have to hit, just be pulled):
List of Hyper beam moves:
1). Hyper Beam Okay...
2). Giga Impact Meh...
3). Frenzy Plant Ugh...
4). Blast Burn Why?!
5). Hydro Cannon SRSLY?!
6). Roar of Time WTF!!
To go from Togetic to Togekiss, you must solo the following mons with only metronome used: By the way, most of them are found in Victory Road.
1). Steelix [Steel] Iron Island, much.
2). Altaria [Dragon] Hello, Dragon Tamer Ondrej (WHAT A WEIRD NAME...), I shall enjoy fighting you in Victory Road!
3). Tentacruel [Poison] Good morning, I seem to remember that I can use SURF to find these instead of battling Swimmer Erik on Route 220...
4). Flareon (or Infernape) [Fire] Flareon: Collector Douglas, Route 214. Level 24. Should be easy.
5). Gastrodon (or Empoleon) [Water] I'm sure that Swimmer Vincent would love to have his Gastrodon KO'd in Route 220. I can still find them in the wild 100 times easier.
6). Tangrowth (or Torterra) [Grass] Victory Road's Veteran Edgar says hi.
7). Clefable [Normal] As I don't want to use the VS Seeker thousands of times, I'll just battle Ace Trainer Sydney in Victory Road.
8). Rampardos [Rock] Victory Road's Ace Trainer Omar has one.
9). Toxicroak [Fighting] Hello Saturn. We meet again. I shall KO your Toxicroak, no?
10). Mamoswine [Ice] Ace Trainer Omar plays a double role.
11). Scizor [Bug] Ace Trainer Cesar (Caesar?) in Canalave Gym sounds one heck of a lot better than Aaron of the E4.
12). Gyarados [Flying] Fisherman Juan (Could he be THE JUAN from Emerald?!) has one on Route 212-S. I could also do Cyrus in the Distortion World.
13). Drifblim [Ghost] Ace Trainer Dennis on Route 215 gives one after only 1 VS Seeker thingy. That's better than waiting until the Fight Area!
14). Weavile [Dark] Good... something Cyrus. The Distortion World isn't affected by time, so I'll just say day. Good day. By the way, I hope it's okay for me to KO your Weavile with a Flying type.
15). Magnezone [Electric] Ace Trainer Mariah has one in Victory Road.
16). Quagsire [Ground] Parasol Lady Sabrina has one on Route 212-S
17). Gardevoir [Psychic] Victory Road; Psychic Bryce. Bryce.... Brycen?!
This'll take a LONG time...
The Pokemon in this list can be wild, but I would prefer that you do them trainer-owned. You will have a lovely time in Victory Road, as that's where almost everything is found! If you solo a Pokemon on the list before becoming Togetic, it still counts. All the listed Pokemon can be found before the E4.
Have fun and good luck!!
...Aargh. You basically nullified the reason that I wanted a Yanma. I'll catch it in the Great Marsh Area Six during the day so that I don't have to hope that the 2% encounter rate haxes me (25 is over 12 times better!!)
Originally Posted by Fat Professor Science
Reserving a Yanma for RBZW.
RBZW, take Mediocre the Yanma. This Yanma just can't seem to take advantage of its strengths. That's not to say that Mediocre is bad, it's just that its not the best it could be. Firstly, Yanma's abilities are great, but Mediocre just can't abuse them. If Mediocre has Speed Boost, it must switch out immediately if and pokemon outspeeds it (not counting priority moves). How does that work? Do you mean, on the first turn, if Mediocre attacks, and is outsped, it has to switch out on the next turn, or if the opponent has a higher base Speed stat (e.g. Yanma is 95, but Luvdisk is 97, so no matter what, Luvdisk would outspeed and Yanma would have to switch out)? If Mediocre has Compundeyes, it may only use moves with 100% accuracy. If Mediocre has Tinted Lens (after it evolves) it may not use moves that would normally be NVE. Now, Yanma's Special Attack is much better than its Attack, and Mediocre thinks that varying a bit will be bad. However, it's not stupid- it thinks that only its least powerful attacks should run off its lower stat, to balance it out a bit. So, Mediocre may not use any Dragon-type STAB moves. Despite Mediocre's downfalls, it doesn't want to be a chump. So, Mediocre must solo one gym leader, can I solo Maylene? I mean, can I go to Pastoria without beating Maylene first? Giratina I was hoping to catch it to add to the Pokedex... no? and one E4 member Bertha (not the Champion). Have fun!
Originally Posted by Fat Nauris
Reserving a Turtwig for RBZW.
Edit: Take Turtwig (name it whatever you want Withdraw). He must keep and use withdrawn before using any other moves. Does that mean that he has to use Withdraw on Turn one, then can use any other attacks during the rest of the battle? He doesn't want to use same move twice in a row. Tormented. Ugh. He has to solo Gardenia to Grotle and then solo Byron to Torterra. He doesn't like fire types so he has solo Flint and can never fight any other fire-types due to his/her fear of them.
As you can plainly see, I have made a FEW comments/changes. King Serperior, it took me AGES (as in almost an HOUR) to find all the trainers for your requirements.
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Last edited by ReshiramBlackZekromWhite; Mar 16th, 2012 at 5:24:03 PM.