Alright, Jinzha, here you go. We're going with the ultimate stereotypically cute Pokémon. Meet your new friend, Dora the Clefairy!
When Dora heard about your plans for a cute team, well, you should've seen her. She was really excited about the opportunity, bouncing all over the place with glee. She spent a very long time preparing for her audition, honing her charms to the best of her ability. All of her moves are designed to dazzle and delight, and she's determined to get herself onto centre stage.
Breed Metronome and Wish onto a Clefairy before trading it over (Togetic makes a suitable father, learning Metronome at level 5 and Wish at level 29). Dora must always keep these two moves.
Dora may only know moves that could be considered cute, the sort of moves that make onlookers smile instead of scream and dive for cover. I'll leave it up to you to decide what counts as cute, most should be obvious enough. Feel free to ask if you're not sure about any given move.
After her adorable display of miniature shooting stars and waggling her finger, you agreed to take Dora on. The sight of her bouncing up to you and hugging your leg must have been almost too much to bear. Unfortunately, the success has gone to her head a little, and she is becoming prone to trying to steal the spotlight from the others.
If Dora is at full HP (got to look her best for the cameras, after all), when you send out another Pokémon, Dora must immedately switch in. She doesn't have to use a move after being sent out in this way, but if she doesn't then she'll become upset, refusing to participate in the show (i.e. battles) until you make her feel better by pampering her. You can pamper Dora by either using any two items on her, or healing at a Pokémon Centre.
Dora the Clefairy
- Must learn and keep Metronome and Wish, via egg moves from a Togetic.
- May only know moves that you would consider to be cute.
- If Dora is at full HP when you send out another Pokémon, Dora must immediately switch in.
- If Dora has been switched in due to the previous restriction but then does not use any moves before being called back to her Poké Ball, then she'll become upset and refuses to battle. To make her feel better, use two items on her or heal at a Pokémon Centre.
I kept involuntarily saying "aww!" while typing this up, picturing what it'd look like, so hopefully that's a good sign. :p
Edit: Just realised that breeding a male Togetic and female Clefairy/Clefable would result in a Cleffa. Up to you whether to evolve her to a Clefairy or go the much more difficult (yet cuter?) route of staying as a Cleffa. :p
Last edited by Tetrinity; Apr 6th, 2012 at 1:12:53 PM.