Yo Scramblers! I told my friend about Scramble Challanges and he said he wants a scramble on his Black Version, so he has entrusted me with making him one!
-One pokemon from outside Unova.
-Starter has to be Snivy
-And I quote, "NONE OF THE F***ING ELEMONKEYS"
Organization Member XIV
Piemonade, I give your friend his outside Unova mon, a Zangoose. As a child, it's parents died, but was taken in by an Audino. This Audino always used special attacks to protect the Zangoose, so Zangoose must know 2 special attacks ASAP, and one of them MUST be the first move it uses in battle. However, after Lenora's gym has happened, this Zangoose eventually learns of it's species's history, so it must solo a Gym Leader to stay true to its heritage. Also, once he gets to the Elite Four, Zangoose has to forget both the special moves he knew, and solo Caitlin to prove physical>special.
Zangoose as non-Unova mon.
Must know 2 special moves ASAP. (Keep them until the E4.)
Must always use one of the special moves as its first move in battle.
Must solo a Gym Leader after Lenora's Gym has been beaten. (Lenora does NOT HAVE TO BE SOLOED BY ZANGOOSE!)
Once the Elite Four is reached, delete both special moves.
Solo Caitlin to prove Physical>Special.
Take Vines the Snivy. Snivy is made of grass and not just grass, but a lot of vines sticking together. AS such, it must learn vine whip ASAP and only use that from then onwards until you solo a gym, excluding gym leader, and a gym leader from another gym with it. AFter Vines has done that, it believes it has gained the power to use moves which do not have anything to do with his vines. However, he remembers his childhood friends always bullying him and calling him a loser, all the while making those "L" signs with their "fingers". As a result, he will refuse to use any moves with the letter L in it from then on onwards. Moreover, every time he faints in battle, it refuses to fight in the next 3 fights. This does not count for the elite four (or solo's, which is self explanatory) He still wants to diversify himself though, and never use two of the same moves in succesion. To prove he is not a loser, he has to solo N in Chargestone Cave. Afterwards, he feels very relieved, but still does not want to use moves with the letter L, to prevent ever being seen as a loser. As a final prove, he wants to solo Ghetsis Hydreigon and N's Zekrom.
Piemonade, you get steering the deerling (what? I was stuck for ideas :P)
Steering loves the rush of wind through it's hair, so every time you ride your bicycle you must place steering as the first member of your party. Now, the main reason why Steering loves biking is because of the freedom he has steering around everywhere, and as such loves the thrill of chance and unreliability! As such, it only agrees to use the following moves, the rest of his attacks are far too linear and safe! Now, steering can only do so much riding as each season comes along, so there will be a cut for each seaon - but in summer form he can do all of the below moves:
[autumn begin]Nature power
Thunder wave (I didn't make him lean it!)[autumn end]
Now, because Steering hates straight and linear patterns, in a double or triple battle he may never hurt the pokemon directly in front of him.