Join Date: Feb 2013
Part One: Legacy
It was 6 o'clock in the morning. Fawke should have been tired, but he wasn't. How could he be, on the first day of his adventure? He had been dreaming of this day since he was a small boy; travelling the lands with pokemon and making friends with people from all over Unova, and maybe even beyond!
Fawke went downstairs to find his overexcited mother running around the kitchen like a madwoman.She mentioned something briefly about meeting someone at the Overlook and pushed Fawke out the door; her enthusiasm was infectious, and Fawke couldn't help feeling the gravity and magnificence of the situation.
Getting to the Overlook should have been easy, it was a route Fawke had taken a hundred times over with his mother and friends from around the city. However, on the way Fawke bumped into Jackman, a family friend who had already travelled to some of the surrounding cities with his pokemon, Tepig.
When Fawke finally got to the Overlook, the professor's assistant was there waiting for him. Bianca, or Bico, or something. Fawke couldn't remember. Either way, B-Woman did her job and gave Fawke his Pokedex, whilst nattering something about how important it was to meet every pokemon ever or something. Fawke wasn't really listening. Primarily because B-Woman was anything but a B and secondly because he was just so excited to get his pokemon; however, when she handed him the case with the three pokeballs in, Fawke was somewhat disappointed. Whilst the pokemon there were cool, Fawke was hoping for something with a little more, well, swag. He chose a Snivvy and called it Sniffles, and had a quick practice battle against Jackman, which he lost. This wasn't surprising to him; Jackman had months of experience on him, and his Tepig was a fierce and capable fighter. Sniffles looked like he could be blown over in the wind.
Fawke went home to his Mother and complained about the lack of choice with a starter pokemon. H e showed her Snivvy and pointed out how weak it was, it was still tired from loosing its match against Jackman and that was nearly an hour ago! As it turned out, Fawke's Mother had been worrying about Fawke travelling along way without a strong pokemon to protect and would have rathered to give him one herself. Shortly after, Fawke and his mother made a deal. Fawke would swap Sniffles the Snivvy for his Mother's Pawniard, Protoman. Protoman had protected his Mother when she travelled when she was younger, but now she was getting old she had no need for a powerful pokemon like that.
And so, Fawke set out on his journey, with Protoman by his side to look after him and make sure he wouldn't get hurt. Fawke was sure he wouldn't, and set out on his way to Floccesy Town, which was the nearest place of any interest and where Jackman had said he was headed next. With his new pokemon, Fawke was determined to beat him and win back his honour.
Protoman the Pawniard.
Protoman the Pawniard. - From my friend Elliot.
"Protoman was lost from his group as a young Pawniard and adopted by your mother, who gives him to you at the start of the game. He views protecting you as his ultimate occupation: if any of your pokemon faint, Protoman must immediately switch in and revenge kill them. Furthermore, Protoman must solo any cave you come across. When he evolves, he gets arrogant about his abilities. He will therefore only fight against a pokemon a higher level than him."
OP the Patrat - From Inanimate Blob
"Take OP the Patrat. OP (overpowered) hopes to be the strongest Patrat in the land. As such, it must have the strongest possible moves it can learn at all times. Get a new TM/HM it can learn with a higher BP than one of his current moves? Teach it to OP. You'll probably have some overlapping types. :3 Oh, and no non-damaging moves."
Void the Skorupi - From TyranitarPhantom
Dodgerr, go with a Skorupi named Void!
"Void doesn't believe that it's a Bug-type, so it may never use a Bug move. Once it evolves, it is overjoyed to be a Dark-type, so much so that it will only use Dark-type attacks! To prove it's dominance, it must solo one of the following trainers, and upon succeeding, it may use Poison-type moves as well, as it has accepted it's typing:
Hugh (in Undella Town)
Colress (Plasma Frigate)
Black Kyurem (not a trainer, but would still be quite a challange)
As a bonus, if the first Skorupi you catch happens to be holding a Poison Barb, all challanges are void!"
Unown the Sigilyph - Bearded Dragonite.
"This Sigilyph was raised by a family of Unown, and believes he is one.
- As an Unown, the only attacking move he can use is Hidden Power (Get grinding at the PWT!)
- He must keep his affinity with alphabet by soloing a trainer owned pokémon whose names each start with a different letter of the English alphabet (Abra, Bronzor, etc.), and must have solo'd 20/26 letters before reaching the Elite Four.
- Also, before the League, he sees the Battle Subway as a chance to travel & find his family, so you have to reach a 25 win streak on any train with a team he's always in.
- When he gets to the League, he hopes the most powerful Psychic trainer, Caitlin, will know where to find other Unown, so he must solo her twice. (Even if his HP is ineffective against her pokémon. There's Toxic for that)"
Bachelor the Pansage - from my friend James.
"You can have Bachelor the Pansage! Female Pansage are exceptionally rare and this shows in Bachelor's behaviour. He wants to get with as many female pokemon as he can. He must learn attract ASAP and once learnt must use it at the start of every new female pokemon he fights. Against male pokemon, he can only use attacking moves as he tries to display his dominance. He may only evolve after soloing Elesa. When he evolves, he comes to terms with his sexuality slightly more. He must still use Attract against female pokemon, but all other restrictions are lifted."
Snob the Sewaddle - from Popeye the Sailor Man.
"Dodgerr, on Route 20, there is a certain Pokemon loved by fashion designers. This Pokemon is Sewaddle! This Sewaddle is particularly snobby, and shall be named Snob to remind you of this. Snob hates commoners who have no fashion sense, particularly Normal type trainers. Snob must solo 15 Normal type trainer Pokemon to show its disdain, as well as soloing Cheren (his Normal types don't count towards the 15). Additionally, Snob cannot fight against Elesa or Burgh's gyms because they are fashionable trainers. Finally, Snob cannot fight against any Ground type Pokemon because they will get Snob dirty, and that would be bad!
-Get Sewaddle on Route 20
-Name it Snob
-Solo 15 Normal type Trainer Pokemon
-Can't fight against Elesa or Burgh.
-Cant fight Ground types. "
V the Audino - from my friend Alex.
"V the Audino. V is obsessed with the fact that many trainers see his kind as cattle to be killed for experience. Against trainers, it must only use moves on which it has STAB. Against wild pokemon, it may only use non-damaging moves. "
RNG the Lillipup - Present. For the sake of this post, I filled in the RNG results.
"You get RNG the Lillipup. Lillipup is a fan of RNG and bases his challenges on it. You may learn a total of 3 damaging moves, while all your moves must be off 4 different types ASAP, and they must stay at that number. Lillipup may evolve for the first time at level 27 after solo'ing 1 gyms and evolve a second time at level 44 after solo'ing 2 other gym leaders. For every time RNG faints, throw away 17 (cry) of your most expensive pokeballs, or 8 of your most expensive items. You may heal Lillipup a maximum of 1 times per battle.
Lillipup may hold items. (If yes, he must always hold an item) Too prove its worth, have it solo at least 2 elite four and champion pokemon per fight of 3 members.
Ps: you have to RNG the numbers between brackets to find out your challenge. "
Azurill - CJorex.
"Dodgerr, take the first Azurill you find in Flocessy Ranch. Depending on its ability, you will have one of two different Challanges:
If Huge Power: Name it Patience. It wants to bide time and build up its huge power even more, so he will not use Physical moves unless he is at less than 50% HP, and special moves at less than 75% HP. You may only use Status moves when above 75%, and must heal to full health after every battle. Solo Cheren to evolve into Marill, because he sees the value of setting up, and evolve into Azumarril at Lv 30, because he wants to wait a bit before evolving.
If Thick Fat: Name it Fatty. Campaigns for the rights of fat pokemon everywhere, and so will not battle any pokemon that has Thick Fat as its ability or is round (or has a pre-evo or evo that is). Must know and keep Defense Curl and Rollout. Solo Marshall because his Fighters are the worst when it comes to making fun of fatties. You may evolve at any time."
Support the Sunkern from celever.
"Take support the Sunkern!
Support loves supporting, but it has ended up a bit of an obsession. As such, it may have only one attacking move. It also must know sunny day, and once it does it must also know solarbeam.
As an added challenge, solo 2 gym leader's strongest pokemon."
Hope you like it guys; feel free to give constructive feedback, this is my first time after all and I'm aware this is probably nowhere near perfect :)