Join Date: May 2011
Wherever the food is.
Alright, guys, thank you for the Pokémon! I'll actually do updates of this Scramble, as opposed to my last one. I did accept Jangrafess's second Pokémon, as you can tell underneath. I love the theme, by the way, although I'm not looking forward to beating Bugsy with a Bayleef and Furret (I'll be soloing Falkner with Chikorita). This should be fun!
LIST OF POKÉMON
Etch the Smeargle
Originally Posted by Fat Sprocket
Success! Present gets a Plusle, Minun, and possibly a Shedinja (that was mine :3). Couldn't have planned that better :P
Reserved. Won't be a HGSS starter.
Inanimate blob, you get a Smeargle, caught in the Ruins of Alph as soon as possible. You may only use Heart Scales to teach it Sketch a total of two times. You must teach it the following moves in the following order:
* Transform (it must either be caught knowing Transform, or caught knowing Sketch)
* Role Play
It must solo Ho-Oh (unless you plan to capture it), Executive Archer's Houndoom, and Blue's Pidgeot. Once you defeat Lt. Surge and get his gym badge, its move pool becomes unrestricted.
Lunar the Eevee
Originally Posted by Fat Espeon65
@inanimate blob take the Eevee you recieve from Bill this Eevee is destined to become a(n)...
Evolve him ASAP (run/bike around for a long time). This Umbreon feels superior to all other eeveelutions due to his high defensive stats. Two of his moves must be Toxic and Protect, and they must be used on every pokemon he battles on the first two turns (so if it's a new pokemon after you KO'd one, repeat...in order, Toxic then Protect). He must solo all other eeveelutions. This includes every Kimono Girl. He wants to prove that he can even overcome type disadvantages. Have him solo two trainers in the Cianwood Gym, and solo 1 of Chuck's pokemon. He must solo Karen of the Elite Four to prove he is the best dark type.
GL;HF! If it's not creative enough/to easy/hard, tell me and I can change it! (If it's too uncreative, I'll most likely go back to the drawing board with another pokemon.)
Hitmonjoke the Tyrogue
Originally Posted by Fat Jangrafess
inanimate blob, I shall give you a Tyrogue. His name is Hitmonjoke.
As you get Tyrogue pretty late on in your adventure, after you get Waterfall and go through Mount Mortar to beat the Karate King, Tyrogue's a bit aggrieved that he's missed most of the fun of Johto. To make up for this, you have to go and solo one pokémon from each route in Johto so far before he can evolve, excluding caves. He may be a bulky little Fighting-type chap, but he's no Machop, and doesn't hurl Geodudes around just yet.
You can't use any items to affect his stats and influence the way he evolves, and the way that he evolves dictates how you can use him during the E4:
Hitmonlee must solo Will - inside that bizarre body lurks a mind that refuses to let Psychic pokémon best it. Must keep Foresight from his time as a Tyrogue.
Hitmonchan must solo Koga - his famous poison and sleep techniques are no match for Chan's blazing fists and route one tactics. Must keep Helping Hand from his time as a Tyrogue.
Hitmontop must solo Bruno - as the ultimate combined fighting machine, 'Top doesn't believe that any single martial art tactic is good enough on its own, and is out to prove it. Must keep Fake Out from his time as a Tyrogue.
Leaf the Chikorita
Originally Posted by Fat Pika25
Blob: take Chikorita name Leaf. The only moves it can use are Tackle, "leaf" moves, and support moves. (Toxic, powders, screens etc.) In fact it must know at least two of these support moves ASAP. Solo a gym to evolve to Bayleef, evolve again after Ho-Oh. Good luck!
Hurry the Sentret
Originally Posted by Fat Yarnus of Bethany
Blob, take Hurry the Sentret. After you get it, check its stats. If its speed is not the highest, you can use no SE attacks. If Hurry enters a battle, he must solo it. Hurry can only use moves that have less than 100% accuracy.
Jacobin the Krabby
Originally Posted by Fat Jangrafess
Feel free to reject this one as I've already given you one, but in the interests of completing your team before you go away, you may choose to accept Jacobin the Krabby. This being a challenge involving Krabby, of course it's going to involve that massive great claw. Jacobin is not only a fan of his steroidclaw, but also of the French revolution. He fancies himself as a bit of a revolutionary: upon evolution, which has to be at level 31 after learning Guillotine, he attacks any pokemon he considers counter-revolutionary with the OHKO move.
Thus, any Normal type that he ends up in battle with must either be KOd with Guillotine, or Jacobin must use up his PP trying. Jacobin cannot switch out of battle with Normal types: they must be executed! This includes your Sentret, Eevee and Smeargle - if any of those somehow end up in a double battle together with him, Jacobin will use Guillotine on it, while clutching it in his other pincer, preventing you from switching it out. If he runs out of PP, he calms down, and you can switch out or attack the other team. (When Eevee evolves, problem sorted for it, but not for the other two.)
He refuses to fight any Team Rocket members, as he feels class solidarity with them.
The other moves that he must learn are Vicegrip, Crabhammer and Metal Claw, although you may get rid of one move (not including Guillotine) to teach it Surf.
Jacobin feels that it's necessary to travel outside his pokeball as often as possible, so as not to feel trapped by the tools of the ruling classes. You may put him back in his pokeball (ie. switch him further down your party) when about to fight a trainer, but you have to stick him back out afterwards.
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Really decreased activity for the next week or two due to APs and finals.
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