Completed SimonSays vs. EndQuote. A literary battle in Maxim's mind. Oh crap

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#1
"Welcome folks...Wait a minute! Where the heck am I?"

"Hey Max, ref our battle for us!"

"Um...Okay..."

The Rules said:
3v3 FE Singles w/ <=30 Moves
2 Substitutions
3 Day DQ
2 Recoveries / 5 Chills
Switch=Nope
Items=On
Abilities=One
Field Type- Varies
Complexity- Simple-Super Intense
Format- Varies
Restrictions- Varies

The Ref's Mind:
The mind is a powerful thing, so its time we used it to maximize the opportunity to have interesting battles! The battlers have somehow found themselves inside the creativity center of the referee, and they are at his mercy! the ref can make anything happen, and controls all aspects! from the arena setting to the accuracy of moves to the color of the pokemon! for example, the first round might be in an volcano, and if a player uses a bug type move twice his opponent will lose 10 energy! the match can be as simple or as intense as the ref wishes. Battlers have fun coping and adapting to what the refs throw at you!
Alright, so I guess here's the teams?

Team SimonSays:

Revenankh (Pharaoh) [M]
Nature: Adamant; [Adds One (1) Rank to Attack; Subtracts One (1) Rank from Special Attack]
Type: Ghost / Fighting
Ghost: Ghost STAB; brief intangibility that nullifies Normal and Fighting-type attacks. Can move through walls for a brief period of time but must remain in motion. Superior senses in low light and inside dark buildings. Have no vision reduction in hazes.
Fighting: Fighting STAB; ignore weight restrictions on Circle Throw, Seismic Toss, Sky Drop, Storm Throw, Submission, and Vital Throw. Superior reaction time in close quarters.


Abilities:
Shed Skin: (Innate) This Pokemon regularly sheds its skin and any impurities contained in its body. If afflicted with a status condition, this Pokemon has a 33% chance of removing all status conditions at the end of a round.
Air Lock: (Innate) This Pokemon releases immense barometric pressure, clearing the weather in the arena and preventing the effect of weather moves and abilities from taking place.
Mummy (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon's skin has a lasting curse on it. When struck by an opponent's contact move, the curse transfers, changing the opponent's ability(ies) to Mummy for the next six (6) actions.


Stats:
HP: 100
Atk: Rank 5 (+)
Def: Rank 3
SpA: Rank 2 (-)
SpD: Rank 4
Spe: 65
Size Class: 3
Weight Class: 3
Base Rank Total: 20


EC: N/A
MC: 0
DC: 5/5


Attacks:
Wrap
Bide
Sand Tomb
Wring Out
Rock Tomb
Arm Thrust
Mean Look
Glare
Shadow Punch
Revenge
Power Whip
Hammer Arm
Moonlight
Superpower

Counter
Force Palm
Destiny Bond

Knock Down
Taunt
Torment
Drain Punch
Earthquake
Brick Break

Moves: 23



Aggron (Baron) (M)
Nature: Jolly (Multiplies base Speed by 1.15 and provides a flat accuracy boost on all attacks equal to its new Base Speed squared, then divided based on its evolution stage. (Formula: ACC Boost = (New Base^2)/Divisor [Round Normally, Max: 30]). The Divisor is 870 for fully evolved Pokemon, 580 for Pokemon that are the second of three stages, 435 for Pokemon that are the first of two stages, and 290 for Pokemon that are the first of three stages. This accuracy boost is added to their Dodge Command chance; Subtracts one (1) Rank from Special Attack)
Type: Steel/Rock
Steel: Steel STAB; Immune to Sandstorm, highly insusceptible to toxic attacks, but can be corroded specifically by Acid and Acid Spray, can be magnetized. Superior senses in high-metal environments like construction sites or factories.
Rock: Rock STAB; Reduce damage from all special attacks by two (2) Base Attack Power during Sandstorm. Able to use Sand Tomb without losing focus.

Abilities:
Sturdy: (Innate) This Pokemon’s body is solidly constructed, reducing the Base Attack Power from an opponents incoming attacks by one (1). The effect is amplified on OHKO Moves, which are reduced by ten (10) Base Attack Power.
Rock Head: (Innate) This Pokemon’s hard body prevents it from taking recoil damage from moves such as Double-Edge, Flare Blitz, and Head Smash.
Heavy Metal: (DW) (Innate) The Pokemon's body structure is immensely dense, doubling its actual weight. Additionally, when the Pokemon uses Giga Impact, Gyro Ball, Heat Crash, Heavy Slam, Tackle, recoil and uncontrollable attacks [Full list: Double-Edge, Giga Impact, Gyro Ball, Head Charge, Head Smash, Heat Crash, Heavy Slam, Hi Jump Kick, Jump Kick, Outrage, Petal Dance, Submission, Tackle, Take Down, Thrash, Volt Tackle, Wood Hammer, and Wild Charge] it will calculate using a Weight Class that adds a value equal to the Pokemon's Weight Class divided by their Size Class, minus (-) one (1). [Ex. HM Aron WC = 5 + ((5 /1) - 1) = 9.

Stats:
HP: 100
Atk: Rank 4
Def: Rank 7
SpA: Rank 1 (-)
SpD: Rank 2
Spe: 58 (50*1.15, rounded up)
Size Class: 4
Weight Class: 8 (360kg)
Base Rank Total: 20
Acc. Boost: +5% (58^2)/870 = 4%, 5% Minimum)


EC: 9/9
MC: 4
DC: 5/5


Attacks:
Tackle
Harden
Mud Slap
Headbutt
Metal Claw
Iron Defense
Roar
Take Down
Metal Burst
Heavy Slam
Protect
Iron Head
Iron Tail

Curse
Head Smash
Dragon Rush

Hone Claws
Earthquake
Aerial Ace
Substitute

Magnet Rise
Moves: 20



Espeon (Fawkes) [F]
Nature: Bashful (No effect)
Type: Psychic
Psychic: Psychic STAB; less susceptible to blinding, more susceptible to sound-based assaults as far as locking on with Psychic attacks, can lift and throw opponents with Psychic attacks regardless of weight difference. Psychic-type attacks are not godlike and cannot be used as a catchall for Disabling, Binding, and redirecting opposing attacks.

Abilities:
Synchronize: (Innate) Pokemon with this ability mentally link their condition to an opposing Pokemon and pass on any status inflicted on them to their foe. Due to their body structure, Poison types cannot be poisoned and Fire types cannot be burned in this manner.
Magic Bounce (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon has a Psychic sense that allows it to ward off non-damaging attacks as soon as they are launched, directing them back at the opponent.

Stats:
HP: 100
Atk: Rank 3
Def: Rank 2
SpA: Rank 5
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 110
Size Class: 2
Weight Class: 3
Base Rank Total: 20


EC: 6/6
MC: 0
DC: 5/5


Attacks:
Tackle
Tail Whip
Helping Hand
Growl
Sand Attack
Quick Attack
Last Resort
Focus Energy
Baton Pass
Trump Card
Future Sight
Psybeam
Psychic
Morning Sun

Tickle
Wish
Yawn

Sunny Day
Shadow Ball
Return
Hidden Power [7, Fighting]

Signal Beam

Moves: 22


Team EndQuote:

Ditto: Xerox
Nature: Quirky: Neutral Nature

Type:

Normal: Normal STAB; adapt comfortably to any surrounding after 3 actions. Able to use Outrage without losing focus.

Stats:

HP: 90
Atk: Rank 2
Def: Rank 2
SpA: Rank 2
SpD: Rank 2
Spe: 48
Size Class: 1
Weight Class: 1
Base Rank Total: 12

DC: 5/5

Abilities:

Limber: (Innate) This Pokemon’s body is well trained and immune to paralysis.
Imposter: (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon transforms into an opponent specified by the trainer immediately upon entry into battle.

Attacks: (1)

Transform


Galvantula: Watt (F)
Nature: Rash: Adds * to Special Attack, subtracts * from Special Defense

Type:

Bug: Bug STAB; More mobility in dense brush or forest conditions. Gain an extra guaranteed attack on multi-hit moves.
Electric: Electric STAB; 50% reduction in paralysis chance from other electrical attacks, perfect accuracy and 30% chance of Thunder breaking Protect during Rain.

Stats:

HP: 100
Atk: Rank 3
Def: Rank 2
SpA: Rank 5 (+)
SpD: Rank 1 (-)
Spe: 108
Size Class: 2
Weight Class: 2
Base Rank Total: 16

EC: 6/6
MC: 0
DC: 5/5

Abilities:

Compoundeyes: (Innate) This Pokemon’s complex eyes give it a comprehensive view of the field, making its attack 30% (x1.3) more accurate.
Unnerve: (Innate) The Pokemon's presense causes immense tension in the opponent, preventing them from eating a held Berry. Natural Gift may still be used.
Swarm (DW): (Innate) When this Pokemon’s HP is lower than 33% (flat), the Base Attack Power of any Bug-typed attack is increased by 2. (eg Silver Wind goes from 6 to 8, X-Scissor from 8 to 10)

Attacks: (25)

String Shot (*)
Leech Life (*)
Spider Web (*)
Thunder Wave (*)
Screech (*)
Fury Cutter (*)
Electroweb (*)
Bug Bite (*)
Gastro Acid (*)
Agility
Sucker Punch

Cross Poison (*)
Disable (*)
Rock Climb (*)

Substitute (*)
Light Screen (*)
X-Scissor (*)
Energy Ball
Toxic
Hidden Power (Fire: 7)
Protect
Thunder
Attract
Hyper Beam
Volt Switch


Swalot(*) Smudge (M)

Nature: Quiet: Adds * to Special Attack; Divides Base Speed by 1.15 and gives a flat 10 point decrease in evasion, effectively adding 10 accuracy (e.g. 85 becomes 95) on an opponent’s attacks.

Type:

Poison: Poison STAB; immunity to Poison/Toxic, see and breath through smog/smokescreens/haze uninhibited. Able to use Wrap and Bind without losing focus. Superior senses in urban settings.

Stats:

HP: 110
Atk: Rank 3
Def: Rank 3
SpA: Rank 4 (+)
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 48 (-)
Size Class: 3
Weight Class: 4
Base Rank Total: 18

EC: 6/6
MC: 0
DC: 5/5

Abilities:

Liquid Ooze: (Innate) This Pokemon’s body is covered in a slimy poison that when drained by Leech Seed or another draining move, damages the opposing Pokemon for the amount that would have been healed.
Sticky Hold: (Innate) This Pokemon’s body is covered in a sticky substance that prevents item theft or swapping.
Gluttony (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon devours healing and stat increasing berries at 50% health (flat) instead of 25% health (flat).

Attacks: (29)

Pound (*)
Yawn (*)
Poison Gas (*)
Sludge (*)
Amnesia (*)
Encore (*)
Toxic
Gastro Acid
Sludge Bomb
Wring Out
Stockpile
Spit Up
Swallow

Counter
Endure
Mimic

Destiny Bond (*)
Mud-Slap (*)
Pain Split (*)

Ice Beam (*)
Shadow Ball (*)
Double Team (*)
Protect
Dream Eater
Solarbeam
Shock Wave
Venoshock
Attract
Hyper Beam


Alright, so here's the first arena you guys will be fighting in.

College Classroom:

Just a typical college classroom that could seat about 300 students. The chairs can be used for Rock Slide, but instead of the chance to flinch, they have a chance of lowering Special defense (too much homework). There are no natural elements, not even water, and if you damage the arena, besides the aforementioned chairs, you will be fined $10 or your current pokemon will take 10 damage, whichever is not the former. This includes, digging into the carpet, causing an Earthquake, causing a fire (missing with a fire attack).

Now fight!

Simon Says sends out his pokemon, items and ability!
End Quote sends out his pokemon, item, ability and orders
Simon Says orders
I ref.
 
#2

"But I don't wanna be at school yet! I still have 2 weeks! Maxim, your brain sucks!"

"Let's go, Baron! Let's go headfirst into whatever's coming for us!"
@Rock Head, Empty Handed.
 
#3
Alright, Smudge, let's do this!

It's going to be a tough matchup, but at least our opponent can't Earthquake freely.

Hold this Amulet Coin, please, and use Sticky Hold (though it hardly matters)

Hyper Beam + Solarbeam combo ~ Cooldown ~ Yawn

IF Protect is used A1, use Stockpile ~ Hyper Beam + Solarbeam combo ~ Cooldown

IF Head Smash is used, Counter it and replace all remaining actions with Solarbeam

My classrooms, for the most part, are sunny, with windows and skylights. However, we are in Maxim's mind.

Maxim, don't think about Sunshine! At all!

Ha, now there's sun everywhere.
 
#5
Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 100
Energy: 100
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: 110
Energy: 100
Speed: 48
Stats: 3/3/4/3
Size/Weight: 3/4
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Round 1: You've just been schooled

Welcome folks to this exciting match at...I'm not sure where exactly, but I'm sure we'll find out.

In this corner, we have ever-repeating Simon Says and his menacing Aggron, Baron! And in this corner, we have the quote to end all quotes, End Quote and his Swalot, Smudge!

Swalot seems to be gathering sunlight, which makes the paranoid Aggron put up a substitute out of some scrap metal. His paranoia paid off though, as Swalot wasn't just charging up a Solarbeam, he decided to combine it with a Hyper Beam and create a simply massive Solar Flare attack. Despite doing twice as much damage as the substitute had, Aggron was mostly unaffected. (The room I was imagining didn't have any windows, but I didn't say it did and no natural elements might have been a bit too vague.)

Aggron lets out a loud roar that just screams "Now it's my turn!" and charges at the Swalot with a reckless Head Smash...and then misses the Swalot completely. He careens into a wall that somehow doesn't get damaged. Weird. Anyway, the Swalot had to cool down from that attack.

Furious, Aggron...Protects? Well, I guess the Swalot was yawning to help rest from the hyper beam portion of that attack...

What the---now we're in a new arena!? It looks similar to Orphan's Cradle, but I don't think this is the right place...
Action One
Aggron used 15 HP Substitute
A substitute was formed
[-15 HP A] [+15 Sub] [-12 Energy A]

Swalot used Solar Flare combo
Base Power: 12+15=27
Energy: (11+8)*1.5=28.5=29
Accuracy: (100+90/2)+0=95
To Hit: [5<= Miss]=72=Hit
Typing: Grass
Damage: [27+3]=30
The substitute took the hit and broke
[-15 HP Sub] [-29 Energy S]

Action Two
Aggron used Head Smash!
To Hit: [5<= Miss]=11=Hit
Damage: [(12+8/1.5)+3+1.5]=21.83=22
Energy: [9+(8/2.5)]=12.2=12
[22 Damage S] [-11 Energy A]

Swalot had to cooldown.

Action Three
Aggron used Protect!
Aggron was protected

Swalot used Yawn
But Aggron was protected!
[-7 Energy S]

Aggron's protect faded!
[-7 Energy A]


Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 85
Energy: 70
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: 88
Energy: 64
Speed: 48
Stats: 3/3/4/3
Size/Weight: 3/4
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Next arena:
Orphan's Cradle?:
You are currently in a place that resembles Orphan's Cradle from Final Fantasy XIII, but the background is blue for some odd reason. The arena is a circle 100 meters in diameter, and you're hovering above the abyss. Your pokemon can use an action "Push [pokemon] off the arena" which will deal a flat 20 points of damage. However, it can be stopped by just about anything, substitute, taunt (if you're not sure about a particular move, VM me and I'll make sure) and has -9 priority. Further complicating matters is the fact that any moves that miss will hit the user instead. Have fun. All moves can be used.

Turn order:
Simon Says orders
End Quote orders
I ref
 
#6
That Head Smash should have hit. -10 Eva. from Smudge's -Spe nature lends it 95% Acc.



"... I like Blue. Blue's a good colour. Baron, let's keep wacking him. Because I can't think of any better strategy."

Head Smash ~ Earthquake ~ Head Smash
IF Double Team is used, use Earthquake and push actions back
IF Protect is used, use Hone Claws and push actions back
 
#8
Hmm, it appears you are right Simon, I've fixed that now.


Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 85
Energy: 70
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: 88
Energy: 64
Speed: 48
Stats: 3/3/4/3
Size/Weight: 3/4
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Round 2: Fantasies and Pipe Dreams

Well, apparently I forgot to assign an energy cost to pushing people off the arena, so this action costs no energy!

Welcome back, here we are at Faux Orphan's Cradle watching two brave contestants fight each other. Aggron has a tremendous lead, but Swalot seems to have a trick or two up its sleeve.

Aggron begins the assault with another Head Smash, which unluckily for End Quote, hits the Swalot in a weak spot with a critical hit. However, this reckless attack left Aggron completely open to counter attack, which the Swalot abused to push him off the arena. That's gotta hurt.

Aggron wasn't too happy about that, so he decided to make the earth shake a bit. This did reasonable damage, but the Swalot is up to his tricks again, and retaliates with tremendous force, countering the attack. This attack seems to have put the pokemon on a roughly even playing field.

Furious at the damage he's sustained, Aggron goes in for another Head Smash, which does tremendous damage again! However, Swalot doesn't push Aggron off the arena again. Instead he yawned trying to put Aggron to sleep.

Well, it's hard to say who will win here. If Swalot can survive Aggron's next attack, he'll probably have this match in the bag.
Action One
Aggron used head Smash
To hit: 46=Yes
To Crit: [1=Yes]=1=YES
Damage: 22+3=25
[25 Damage S] [-11 Energy A]

Swalot pushes Aggron off the edge of the arena.
Aggron took 20 Damage
[20 Damage A]

Action Two
Aggron used Earthquake
To Crit [1=Yes]=13=No
Damage: [10+1.5]*1.5=17.25=17
[17 Damage S] [-7 Energy A]

Swalot used Counter.
Damage: 17*1.5=25.5=26
Energy: 6+(26/3)=14.67=15
[26 Damage A] [-15 Energy S]

Action Three
Aggron used Head Smash
To Hit: 24=Hit
To Crit: 15=no
[22 Damage S] [-11 Energy A]

Swalot used yawn
Aggron will fall asleep in 1 action
[-7 Energy S]


Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 39
Energy: 41
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: Drowsy

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: 24
Energy: 42
Speed: 48
Stats: 3/3/4/3
Size/Weight: 3/4
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Next Arena:
Castle Ramparts
You find yourself in an arena resembling a castle...while it's under attack! The arena itself consists of two opposing round platforms (the turrets) and a surprisingly narrow bridge between them. As such, any contact attacks will be reduced in accuracy by 20% to account for falling, and if it misses, the pokemon takes 10 damage and the standard energy cost. Additionally, each action there is a 50% chance of a catapult from the opposing army accidentally shooting your pokemon with a flaming boulder, which will be equivalent to a fire attack with 10 base power coming from a pokemon with 5 rank attack

Turn order:
End Quote orders
Simon Says orders
I ref
 
#9
Hang on, Smudge!

Protect ~ Solarbeam ~ Mud-Slap

IF Substitute is used a1, Encore it.
IF Magnet Rise is used a1, replace a3 with another Solarbeam.
 
#10
"Baron, take it to him! Pulverise him! ... Ohh, wait. You're sleepy. Nevermind."

Substitute (25 HP) ~ Sleep ~ Substitute (15HP)
Here's hoping for 2 turn sleep.
 
#11
Yikes, sorry about the huge delay.

Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 39
Energy: 41
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: Drowsy

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: 24
Energy: 42
Speed: 48
Stats: 3/3/4/3
Size/Weight: 3/4
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Round 3: Fire Emblems...okay they're just giant flaming boulders hurtling straight towards your face.

Welcome back everyone to...wherever we are.

In any case, this time we seem to be at a castle under siege. You know, I'm starting to get used to these arena changes.

Enough of my rambling, on with the match! Aggron starts by making a strong substitute, which expends most of his energy. Swalot seems impressed by this, and give him an encore. Too bad Aggron can't comply with that fan request, since he's fallen into an Intense Sleep. The rocks seem to be responding though, as a large boulder crashes right into Swalot.

Well, while Aggron takes a snooze, Swalot does something productive and launches a BEAM OF DIVINE RETRIBUTION...oh no that's just a Solarbeam. Buzzkill. This time the boulders hit their intended targets...the walls.

Aggron spends the next action...unable to wake up. Swalot takes advantage of this by...flinging mud? I don't know what that was supposed to accomplish though, the steel of the sub was too thick to penetrate and slinging mud at a statue doesn't affect Aggron's accuracy at all. Finally, the enemy army seems tired of the lack of a show, so they launch a Molotov cocktail flaming boulder at both competitors, breaking Aggrons sub and fainting Swalot.

Well, now that that's over, maybe we can find a more...sane...arena? WHY ARE WE RUNNING DOWN A SPACE ELEVATOR?!?!
Action One
Aggron made a 25 HP Substitute
[-25 HP Aggron] [+25 HP Substitute] [-24 Energy A]

Swalot used Encore
Aggron was stuck making 25 HP Substitutes
[-10 Energy S]

Post Action:
Aggron (Boulder): [50<= Yes]=91
Swalot (Boulder): [50<= Yes]=31=Yes
Damage: [10+3]=13
[13 Damage S]

Action Two
Aggron fell asleep (3/3) Intense Sleep

Swalot used Solarbeam
To Crit: [1=Yes]=6=No
Damage: [12+3]=15
The Sub took the hit
[15 Damage Sub] [-8 Energy S]

Post Action:
Aggron: (Boulder): [50<=Yes]=77=No
Swalot: (Boulder): [50<=Yes]=83

Action Three
Aggron was sleeping

Swalot used Mud-Slap
To Crit: [1=Yes]=3=No
Damage: [4-6]*1.5=0
The accuracy drop was blocked by the sub
[-3 Energy]

Post Action:
Aggron (Boulder): [50<= Yes]=19=Yes
Damage: [10-3]*1.5=10.5=11
The Substitute faded.
Aggron snapped out of the encore!
[10 Damage Sub]

Swalot (Boulder): [50<= Yes]=20
[13 Damage S]
Swalot fainted!


Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 14
Energy: 17
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: Drowsy

Team EndQuote:

Smudge (Swalot)
Health: KO

Next Arena:
Terminal Velocity
Well, for some reason you're on an elevator, running as fast as you can down to the earth...vertically. Don't ask me how that works. Anyways, There are no natural elements here, besides sunlight. There's not even air here, so Aerial Ace and Air Cutter and such are out of the question. Because of the downward velocity, contact attacks have their end damage multiplied by 1.2x. Finally, Chilling would probably be a bad idea, though you could probably get away with doing it once.

Turn order:
End Quote sends out a new mon
Simon Says orders
End Quote orders
I ref
 
#13

"Funnily enough, I was talking to my Dad about the problems with a Space Elevator."

KAISER RUSH (Dragon Rush/Head Smash Combination) ~ Cooldown ~ Chill
IF Evasive Agility is used A1, Chill and push actions back.
IF Substitute is used A1, use Earthquake (Or Head Smash if that's impossible).
 
#15
For some odd reason I've actually decided to ref this today! Imagine that.

Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: 14
Energy: 17
Speed: 58
Stats: 4/7/1/2
Size/Weight: 4/8
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 100
Energy: 100
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Round 4: Pokemon Battling IN SPACE!

Welcome back to Space folks, where trainers and refs are both Lost in Space. In any case, I'm starting to wonder how we can breathe here.

Well...what's there to talk about here? Aggron looks like it's charging a massive rushing attack, but before he can even attack he get's one-shotted by Galvantula's Volt Switch. Boring.

Apparently, even the arena is bored, as it hasn't switched this time.
Action One
Galvantula used Volt Switch
To Crit: [1=Yes]=3
Damage: [7+3+4.5]=14.5=15
[15 Damage A] [-4 Energy G] [-2 HP]
Aggron fainted!


Team SimonSays:

Baron (Aggron)
Health: KO

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 98
Energy: 96
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Next Arena:
The Same thing.

Turn order:
Simon Says sends out next pokemon
EndQuote orders
Simon Says orders
I ref
 
#17
Thunder ~ Volt Switch ~ Thunder

If Bide is used, Protect on the action Revenankh releases the energy.
If "Knock Down" or Smack Down is used and you are not Taunted, Disable it the next action.

Also, two things:
1) SS forgot to specify an ability. Luckily, my actions really don't change much either way.
2) Don't forget about Life Orb, Maxim. Thanks!
 
#19
Okay, I am extremely sorry this has taken so long to ref, I've been rather busy lately with tests and laziness and such. Now that the load's relieved a bit, I can actually start reffing.

Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: 100
Energy: 100
Speed: 65
Stats: 5/3/2/4
Size/Weight:3/3
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 98
Energy: 96
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Round 5: Um, I think we might be at the center of the earth by now...

Eh, why do these guys keep trying to use natural elements when there are none. Well I guess this'll be a rather short round. *rocks teleport in* Okay I guess that problem fixed itself (I don't feel like hounding you guys for better orders when I took a week off).

Well, back on the elevator, Galvantula somehow manages to summon a giant thunderbolt from out of nowhere, but it misses the elevator completely and hits mars instead. Apparently, Revenankh likes Mars, so he cusses out Galvantula making him afraid to use repetitive actions.

Galvantula tries to use a repetitive action, the Volt Switch from earlier, but doesn't have the stomach to do it lest he hit Martians. Taking advantage of his opponent's silly beliefs, Revenankh throws a special rock at Galvantula that pins him to the ground.

Galvantula has finally realized the hypocrisy though, and summons another Thunder which actually hits it's target this time. Revenankh is stunned by the fastness of this attack, and decides to slow him down by entombing him in rocks.

Well, now that the elevator is done, now where are---OH NO!

GLaDoS: "Ah, hello. How have you been? I've been real busy, being dead. How does it feel, to have MURDERED ME? *picks up Maxim* But I'm willing to let bygones be bygones and we can get back to testing. *drops Maxim in the defunct incinerator* In the meantime, I will be your ref."
Action One
Galvantula used Thunder
Accuracy: 70*1.3=91
To Hit: [9<= Miss]=2=Miss
The attack missed.
[-7 Energy G]

Revenankh used Torment
Galvantula was unable to use certain moves.
[-10 Energy R]

Action Two
Galvantula used Volt Switch
But it was prevented by the Torment
[-4 Energy G]

Revenankh used Smack Down
To Crit: [1=Yes]=10
Damage: [5+4.5]*1.5=14.25=14
[14 Damage G] [-4 Energy R]

Action Three
Galvantula used Disable
Revenankh's Smack Down was disabled
[-7 Energy G]

Revenankh used Rock Tomb
To Crit: [1=Yes]=7=No
To Hit: [20<= Miss]=65=Hit
Damage: [5+4.5]*1.5=14.25=14
[14 Damage G] [-4 Energy R]
-1 Speed Galvantula


Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: 100
Energy: 82
Speed: 65
Stats: 5/3/2/4
Size/Weight:3/3
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 70
Energy: 79
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Next Arena:
Aperture Science Pokemon Testing Facility.
In this arena...

GLaDOS: "Hello, how have you been? My calculations told me you would return here and now you are here...to test. That idiot who MURDERED me is running around here somewhere, but let me explain the arena while I'm waiting for him to fall into my trap. Before you you will notice a 100 m by 100 m arena filled with white tiles (they make excellent shower curtains) and a 20m by 20m hole in the center. All moves can be used here, and if you post Portalize (attack), your pokemon will jump down the holes through a portal which will give that attack extra momentum boosting it's attack by 1.5x the end value. However, doing such will tire out your pokemon more and cost 3 more energy, as well as causing 25% recoil for slamming into the wall. This is a test to see what effects portals have on pokemon, especially the curious phenomenon of getting recoil even if using a ranged move."

Turn order:
Simon Says orders
End Quote Orders
GLaDoS refs
 
#20
The second Thunder should have instead have been a Disable, because of EQ's sub.


"I'm making a note here; this is going to be an interesting little puzzle we're in. But we can overcome all, right Pharoah? Huzzah!"

Taunt ~ Portalize (Rock Tomb) ~ Earthquake ~
If Evasive Agility, use Earthquake and push actions back.
if Protect, use Chill and push actions back
 
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Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: 100
Energy: 82
Speed: 65
Stats: 5/3/2/4
Size/Weight:3/3
Boosts/Drops: None
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 70
Energy: 79
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: -1 Speed (Not that it matters)
Status: None

Round 6: White Corridor

Flavor coming soon! (I hope)

Round One
Galvantula used 25 Hp Substitute
A substitute was made
[-25 HP G] [+25 HP Sub] [-24 Energy G]

Revenankh used Taunt
Galvantula was taunted!
[-10 energy R]

Round Two
Galvantula used Volt Switch
It was portalized
To Crit: [1=Yes]=13
Damage: [7+3+1.5]+3=14.5*1.5=21.75=22
Recoil: 22*.25=5.5=6
Energy: 5+3-1=7
[22 Damage R] [-8 HP G] [-7 Energy G]

Revenankh used Rock Tomb
It was portalized!
To hit: [20<= Miss]=36=Hit
To Crit: [1=Yes]=1=Yes
Damage: [5+3+4.5]*1.5=14.75*1.5=22.125=22
Recoil: 22*.25=5.5=6
[22 Damage Sub] [-6 HP R] [-7 Energy R]

Action Three
Revenankh used Earthquake
To Crit: 15=No
Damage: [10+4.5]=14.5=15
[3 Damage Sub] [-7 Energy R]
The Substitute broke

Galvantula used Electroweb
It was portalized!
To Hit: [5<= Miss]=73=No
To Crit: 12=No
Damage: [6+3+1.5]+3=13.5*1.5=20.25=20
Recoil: 20*.25=5
[20 Damage R] [-7 HP G] [-8 Energy G]



Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: 52
Energy: 58
Speed: 65
Stats: 5/3/2/4
Size/Weight:3/3
Boosts/Drops: -1 Speed
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 30
Energy: 40
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: -1 Speed (Not that it matters)
Status: None

Next Arena:
Upside Down Building
For some odd reason, you're in a living room of a house, only you're on the ceiling. Nothing really special about this arena, but the furniture could be used for RP purposes.

Turn order:
End Quote Orders
Simon Says orders
I ref
 
#23
Being on the ceiling only brings us closer to the THUNDER!

Thunder ~ Thunder ~ Thunder

IF Torment is used, replace a2 with a Thunder Wave.

In all seriousness, this is probably it, Watt.
Let's just pray for parahax...
 
#24
"Being on the ceiling brings us closer to being inside. Out of the Rain. But I guess there is a Thunder within all of us. (Or at least those with the TM Distribution)."

King's Grave (Rock Tomb/Sand Tomb Combination) ~ Cooldown ~ Chill
IF this Combination would not work, use Rock Tomb/Rock Tomb Combination.
IF Fully Paralyzed, push actions back.
 
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Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: 52
Energy: 58
Speed: 65
Stats: 5/3/2/4
Size/Weight:3/3
Boosts/Drops: -1 Speed
Status: None

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: 30
Energy: 40
Speed: 108
Stats: 3/2/5/1
Size/Weight: 2/2
Boosts/Drops: -1 Speed (Not that it matters)
Status: None

Round 7: Topsy Turvy

Load Complete.

Welcome back folks! Despite my absence due to mad AI, I'm still willing to ref this insane battle.

Galvantula opens this match up with a furious Thunder attack, which damages Revenankh so badly that it ends up paralyzed! Bummer. Revenankh is so ticked off by this that he launches a massive attack. Rocks and furniture rain down from the floor (?) and land on Galvantula, which then add more injury with the sand flowing in from the outside of the room filling in the cracks and getting into the wounds. That's gotta hurt.

Apparently, Galvantula was so enraged by this that he launches another BOLT OF DIVINE RETRIBUTION. (Thunder) Which prompts Revenankh to...take a break. I guess that King's Tomb combo took more out of him than I thought.

Normally, Revenankh would go first, but thankfully for End Quote, the paralysis put a stop to that, and let Galvantula launch a final Thunder before succumbing to life orb death. And what do you know! That Thunder was just enough to finish off Revenankh too. A double KO!

Now as both trainers send out their last pokemon, they find themselves in the throne room of some lazy idiot of a queen and...

"WHO DARES call me a lazy idiot. To the Dungeon with him!"

"Oh no, not again"
Action One
Galvantula used Thunder on Revenankh
To Hit: [9<= Miss]=23=Hit
To Crit: [1=yes]=7=No
To Paralyze: [30<= Yes]=28=YES
Damage: [12+3+1.5]+3=19.5=20
[20 Damage R] [-7 Energy G] [-2 HP G]
Revenankh was paralyzed 20%

Revenankh used King's Grave Combination.
To Paralyze: [20<= Yes]=84=No
BAP: [4+5]=9
Typing: Elemental=Elemental: Rock
Energy: [5+4]*1.5=13.5=14
Accuracy: [(.8+.85)/2]=.825~83%
Added Effects: 2 DPA, -1 Speed
To Hit: [17<= Miss]=70=Hit
To Crit: 4=No
Damage: [9+4.5]*1.5=20.25=20
[20 Damage G] [-14 Energy R]

[-2 HP G]

Action Two
Revenankh had to cool Down

Galvantula used Thunder
To Hit: [9<= Miss]=28=Hit
To Crit: [1=Yes]=7=No
To Paralyze: 71
[20 Damage R] [-11 Energy G] [-2 HP G]

-2 HP G

Action Three
Galvantula used Thunder
To Hit: 51=Hit
To Crit: 2=No
To Paralyze: 36=No
[20 Damage R] [-15 Energy G] [-2 HP G]
Revenankh fainted!
Galvantula fainted!


Team SimonSays:

Pharaoh (Revenankh)
Health: KO

Team EndQuote:

Watt (Galvantula)
Health: KO


Next Arena:
Protea's Throne Room
Well, here you are, the throne room of Granorg's leader, Protea. You've apparently been drafted to be her amusement tonight, and you better be on your best behavior. If any of your moves miss and damage the arena, or the battle bores her (or maybe even if it doesn't, ref discretion), she'll have her Charizard (wait, where'd she get that from?) with a sp. atk + nature use a Blast Burn on your pokemon at the end of the action. Other than that, this arena is normal. Kudos if you know the reference.

Turn order:
Both trainers send out last mon (automatic)
Simon Says orders and chooses item
End Quote orders and chooses item
I ref
 
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