Completed The Legend Run (Terrador | Metal Bagon) Timeless Tower

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#1
Challengers:

Terrador:

Kitsunoh [Mask] (Male)
Nature: Jolly (*23/20 Speed, +18.539% (127*127/870) Acc, -1 SAtk)
Type: Steel/Ghost
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.
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.

Abilities:
Frisk: (Innate) The Pokemon has intimate knowledge of the opponent's held item and ignores any item-based increases in damage or status. The Pokemon will not be affected by Fling or Natural Gift.
Limber: (Innate) This Pokemon’s body is well trained and immune to paralysis.
Cursed Body (DW): (Innate) When this Pokemon is struck by an opponent's attack that makes contact, there is a 30% chance that attack will be disabled. Only one of the opponent's attacks can be disabled at a time due to Cursed Body.

Stats:

HP: 100
Atk: Rank 4
Def: Rank 3
SAtk: Rank 1 (-)
SDef: Rank 3
Speed: 127 (+)
Size Class: 3
Weight Class: 4
BST: 19

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

Attacks:
Scratch
Tackle
Iron Defense
Lick
Leer
Odor Sleuth
Faint Attack
Shadow Sneak
Curse
Shadowstrike
Fake Out
Perish Song
Metal Burst
Tail Whip
Imprison

Yawn
Meteor Mash
Flail

Pain Split
Super Fang
Low Kick
Magic Coat
Knock Off
Sucker Punch
Ice Punch
ThunderPunch

Substitute
Protect
Taunt
Earthquake
Will-o-Wisp
Dig
Torment
Rock Slide

Total: 34

Starmie * [Celeste] (Genderless)
Nature: Timid (+15% Spd, +20.3% Acc, -* Atk)
Type:
<Water>: Water STAB; Can breathe and have excellent mobility when underwater, are less capable on land unless they are entirely amphibious.
<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 regardless of Special Attack Rank. Psychic-type attacks are not godlike and cannot be used as a catchall for Disabling, Binding, and redirecting opposing attacks.

Abilities:
Ability 1: Natural Cure
Type: Innate

This Pokemon’s body has the ability to heal itself of status afflictions over time, it goes into effect six (6) actions after being inflicted with a status. In switch battles, this Pokemon heals all status effects when switched out.

Ability 2: Illuminate

Type: Can be Activated

At any point in a match this Pokemon can illuminate the area without using an action, the light is less powerful than Flash.

Command: (Ability: Illuminate [does not take up one of your three actions per round])

Ability 3 (DW): Analytic

Type: Can be Enabled

If this Pokemon attacks second during an action, its attack has +5% (flat) more accuracy do two (2) more damage. However, the opponents attacks have +10% (flat) accuracy.

Stats:

HP: 90
Atk: Rank 2 (-)
Def: Rank 3
SpA: Rank 4
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 133 (115 + 15%)
Size Class: 2
Weight Class: 4
BST: 19

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

Attacks:
Tackle *
Harden *
Water Gun *
Rapid Spin *
Recover *
Camouflage *
Swift*
Reflect Type*
Power Gem*
Hydro Pump*

Endure
Pain Split

Ice Beam*
Thunderbolt*
Psychic*
Blizzard
Protect
Substitute
Reflect
Psyshock
Thunder
Light Screen
Bide
Rain Dance
Thunder Wave

Total: 25

Mienshao * [Shao] (Male)
Nature: Jolly (+Spe, +16.8% Acc, -* SAtk)
Type:
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:
Ability 1: Inner Focus Type: Innate

When an opponent attempts to flinch this Pokemon, it stands firm and continues its attack. If it has another ability that would be activated by flinching, that ability activates.

Ability 2: Regenerator Type: Innate

When this Pokemon is switched out during a switch battle, it reacts to the energy in the Pokeball and 10 HP is restored. (+6 HP on Chill)

Ability 3: Reckless Type: Innate

This Pokemon has an innately aggressive nature that lets it use all-out attacks with recoil more effectively. Recoil attacks from this Pokemon have two (2) more Base Attack Power, and recoil percentage is unaffected.


Stats:

HP: 100
Atk: Rank 5
Def: Rank 2
SpA:: Rank 2 (-)
SpD: Rank 2
Spe: 121 (+)
Size Class: 3
Weight Class: 3
BST: 19

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

Attacks:
Pound*
Meditate*
Detect*
Fake Out*
Doubleslap*
Swift*
Calm Mind*
Hi Jump Kick
Drain Punch

Knock Off*
Low Kick*
Me First*

Acrobatics*
Swords Dance*
Stone Edge*
Rock Slide
Substitute
Brick Break
Reflect

Total: 19

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
5x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
12x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 20 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
0 TC
N/A

Metal Bagon:


Excadrill (*) Drill Claw (M)
Nature: Jolly increaded by *; Special Attack reduced by *

Type: Ground
Ground: Ground STAB; Immune to all electrical attacks, can Dig through almost any substance, Evasive Digging reduced from 3 per action Energy Cost to 2 per action, superior senses in darkened cave surroundings.
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.

Stats:
HP: 110
Atk: Rank 5
Def: Rank 2
SpA: Rank 1 (-)
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 102 (88 x 1.15=101.2 rounded up=102)

Accuracy Boost: 12.5%

Description:
Drill Claw is considered the leader of M.B's team along with Smiley and lives up to his title well. He is partial to helping out the younger pokemon however, they back away because of his giant claws and reputation as a battler which Drill Claw dislikes as he's very jolly at heart. Drill Claw is often on the receiving end of Smiley's pranks but enjoys the mini rivalry.

EC: 6/6
MC: 2
DC: 5/5

Abilities:
Sand Rush: (Inmate) This Pokemon thrives in Sandstorm conditions, feeling more at home in them than all other Pokemon. This Pokemon's Base Speed is doubled (x2) in a Sandstorm. Pokemon with this ability are immune to Sandstorm damage.
Sand Force: (Inmate) This Pokemon thrives in Sandstorm conditions, using the power of the swirling sand to augment its Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks. Each of this Pokemon's Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks will have the Base Attack Power increased by two (2). Pokemon with this ability are immune to Sandstorm damage.
Mold Breaker (DW) (Unlocked): (Inmate) Whenever this Pokemon attacks, it emits an invisible, blindingly quick pulse preceding the attack that disables the opponents natural abilities (e.g. Levitators plummet towards the ground before Earthquake hits, Volt Absorb will not absorb electric attacks, Clear Body does not prevent stat-drops, etc.).

Attacks (24):
Scratch*
Mud Sport*
Rapid Spin*
Mud Slap*
Fury Swipes*
Metal Claw*
Dig*
Hone Claws*
Rock Slide
Drill Run
Slash


Swords Dance*
Earthquake*
Sandstorm*
Subsitute
X-Sciccor
Poison Jab
Return
Brick Break
Protect

Iron Defense*
Crush Claw*
Submission*


Toxicroak (Crazy Frog) (F)
Nature: Adamant (Adds * to Attack; Subtracts * from Special Attack).

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.
Fighting: Fighting STAB; ignore weight restrictions of throwing/grappling moves. Superior reaction time in close quarters.

Stats
HP: 100
Atk: Rank 5 (+)
Def: Rank 3
SpA: Rank 2 (-)
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 85
Size Class: 3
Weight Class: 3
Base Rank Total: 19

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

Descrption:
Having arrived from Flora through a trade, Crazy Frog was understandably nervous. But he quickly formed a bond with MB during their fight against Icebug. He was then picked to go to the Battle Subway with MB, which drew jealousy from some of MB's older pokemon. But Crazy Frog is adamant that he derserved his place in th subway and is eager to get going.
Update: He is currently Metal Bagon's last Pokemon against Ingo!

Abilities:
Anticipation: (Innate) This Pokemon is better at sensing dangerous attacks, and takes three (3) less damage from super-effective attacks, Selfdestruct, and Explosion.
Dry Skin: (Innate) This Pokemon has spongy, yet sensitive skin, causing it to burn in bright sunlight for damage but absorb water and heal damaged tissues in rain. This effect results in dealing 2 damage/action to this Pokemon in sunlight and recovering 2 HP/action in rain. It also makes the Pokemon weak to fire, but it absorbs the damage of water attacks and recovers HP when struck instead.
Poison Touch (DW) (Unlocked): (Can be Disabled) This Pokemon's body is covered with a film of poison. Whenever it hits an opponent with a contact attack, that opponent has a 30% chance of being Poisoned. When disabled, all this Pokemon's Poison-type attacks will inflict Toxic level poison.

Attacks (17):
Astonish
Mud-slap
Poison Sting
Taunt
Pursuit
Faint Attack
Revenge
Swagger
Sucker Punch
Poison Jab

Counter
Cross Chop
Bullet Punch

Protect
Torment
Rock Slide
Stone Edge

Cyclohm - Zeus' Pet (F)
Nature: Modest Nature Special Attack increased by*; Attack reduced by*
Type: Electric/Dragon
Electric STAB: 50% reduction in paralysis chance from other electrical attacks, perfect accuracy and 30% chance of Protect breaking Thunder during Rain. Superior senses in power plant environments.
Dragon STAB: More in touch with legendary or special auras in arenas. Able to use Hyper Beam and Giga Impact without losing focus.

Stats:
HP: 110
Atk: Rank 1 (-)
Def: Rank 4
SpA: Rank 5 (+)
SpD: Rank 3
Spe: 80
Size Class: 4
Weight Class: 4
Base Rank Total: 20

EC: 9/9
MC: 0
DC: 2/5

Abilities:
Shield Dust: (Innate) This pokemon has dust covering the outside of its body that prevents opponents secondary effects from taking place (eg burn from Flamethrower). It does not block direct status moves (such as Thunder Wave.)
Static: (Innate) This pokemon’s body is surrounded by an electric field that has a 30% chance of paralyzing opponents that use contact moves on this pokemon.
Overcoat (DW) (Locked): (inmate) This Pokemon has a sturdy exterior that rebuffs the elements, making it immune to damage inflicted by bad weather. If the Pokemon is already immune to at least one (1) kind of weather by typing or a different ability, Overcoat reduces the Base Attack Power of all oncoming attacks by one (1).

Moves (21):
Whirlwind
Bide
Tackle
Growl
Dragon Rage
Charge
Thundershock
Rain Dance
Sonicboom
Twister
Discharge
Slack Off
Dragon Pulse
Hurricane

Hydro Pump
Magnet Rise
Power Gem

Hyper Beam
FlameThrower
Thunder

Signal Beam

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 35 slots
5x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
5x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
0 TC
N/A


Timeless Tower:

Timeless Tower is an unfathomably large structure seated on an impregnable cliffside. The tower's main spire looms over its entrance hundreds of feet into the air. Bridges extend from the main tower to three separate spires, each on an island pillar of immense density. The ocean roars violently below, beckoning you to stay away.

The bridge to the east leads to a tower frozen over in a massive pillar of ice. The sunlight glistens against its reflective surface, yet no melt can be shown. You look cold just staring at it.

The bridge to the west leads to a craggy pillar that seems to be etched from the very earth itself, impossibly dense and immovable.

A third tower can be seen behind the structure on your map, but it is eclipsed by the sheer enormity of the main spire. It is made of the sturdiest looking metal you have ever seen, an unnaturally purely refined solidity that shares the brilliant sheen of the icy tower and the sheer density of the crag.

As you go up to the entrance, the drawbridge on the main gate opens and falls with a loud crash onto the only access to the mainland. On either side of the bridge are statues of Golurk holding up massive spears. As you enter the main atrium, a massive statue of Golem rolled up into a ball takes the center of the arena. You look around the room and see exits your east and west going to the towers, stairs built into the floor going down presumably to the tower behind the main spire, and a massive door with 3 slots in the gate. Depictions of the gate are on the left and right, and show 3 stones being placed in the gate. Both mosaics are completely sand-colored except for the stones. One is an azure blue, one is a dull brown, and the other a shimmering silver. You attempt to push the gate, but it is so massively heavy you feel tired just pushing on it. It will not budge.

What could this all mean? And where do you go from here?

Player Options:
Enter Ice Spire
Enter Rock Crag
Enter Iron Dungeon
Enter Heaven's Ascent [LOCKED]
 
#2

"Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!"

OK, now after careful consideration I'll go into Rock Crag and attempt a Smashlloyd20!
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#4
The Legend Run

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Terrador

Excited that you can finally embark on your journey, you dash off eagerly towards the west bridge, Mask and Shao happily tagging along, Celeste rather warily. You seem to see some construction equipment littered about at the end of the bridge, and you find it unusual that there appears to be not much interesting at the base of the crag. In fact, it seems to be completely abandoned and desolate.

Looking behind you, you see the center in which you came from far away, a speck on the horizon. Turning back around, you glance at the sides of the rocky crag, staring in awe at the size and surprising intricacy of the hollows dotted about. You seem doubtful that humans could've created this majestic pillar of solid rock.

To your left and right are rock walls that go up as high as your eyes can see; behind you is the bridge that you came from. There really isn't much you can do but press on forwards. Your Pokemon follow you in a slightly tighter formation, looking about for any signs of danger.

As you progress past the first area, you hear some Pokemon stirring. A sudden tumble of rocks on your left startle you, and you swing your head around to determine the source. It appears that the denizens of this Rock Crag aren't taking your intruding upon their home lightly.
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(F) | (F)
HP: 90 | HP: 90
EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

Rock Slide | Sandstorm
Faint Attack (Celeste) | Rock Slide

SUB (Roggenrola): IF (Taunted A1) THEN (Rock Blast (Celeste) instead)

Player Options:
Issue your actions against Lackeys.
_____

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Metal Bagon

Excited that you can finally embark on your journey, you dash off eagerly towards the west bridge, Drill Claw and Crazy Frog following you happily, Zeus' Pet rather warily and not trying to draw attention. You seem to see some construction equipment littered about at the end of the bridge, and you find it unusual that there appears to be not much interesting at the base of the crag. In fact, it seems to be completely abandoned and desolate.

Looking behind you, you see the center in which you came from far away, a speck on the horizon. Turning back around, you glance at the sides of the rocky crag, staring in awe at the size and surprising intricacy of the hollows dotted about. You seem doubtful that humans could've created this majestic pillar of solid rock.

To your left and right are rock walls that go up as high as your eyes can see; behind you is the bridge that you came from. There really isn't much you can do but press on forwards. Your Pokemon follow you in a slightly tighter formation, looking about for any signs of danger.

As you progress past the first area, you hear some Pokemon stirring. A sudden tumble of rocks on your left startle you, and you swing your head around to determine the source. It appears that the denizens of this Rock Crag aren't taking your intruding upon their home lightly.

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 90 | HP: 90
EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

Rock Slide | Stone Edge (Cyclohm)
Double-Edge (Toxicroak) | Rock Slide

SUB (Roggenrola): IF (Cyclohm uses Rain Dance) THEN (Change action to Sandstorm, only once)

Player Options:
Issue your actions against Lackeys.
 
#5

"I will not be betten by NFE, I will not be betten by NFE's."

Drill Claw: Dig @ Bonsly ~ Drill Run @ Bonsly
SUB: IF Bonsly is KOed, THEN switch your target to Roggenrola.

Zeus' Pet: Rain Dance ~ Protect
SUB: IF stone edge misses on A2, THEN use hyrdo pump on Bonsly and don't you dare miss!

Toxicroak: Drain Punch @ Bonsly ~ Counter @ Bonsly
SUB: IF Bonsly is KOed, THEN switch your target to Roggenrola.
 
#6
Kitsunoh: Fake Out (Bonsly) ~ Meteor Mash (Bonsly)
Starmie: Hydro Pump (Bonsly) ~ Hydro Pump (Bonsly)
Mienshao: Hi Jump Kick (Bonsly) ~ Fake Out (Roggenrola)
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#7
The Legend Run

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Terrador

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
5x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
12x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 20 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC
N/A

|

(F) | (F)
HP: 90 | HP: 90
EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

Rock Slide | Sandstorm
Faint Attack (Celeste) | Rock Slide


|
|

Leftovers |
Expert Belt |
Expert Belt
(M) | (U) | (M)
HP: 100 | HP: 90 | HP: 100
EN: 100 | EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 127 | Spe: 133 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Timid | Jolly
Frisk | Natural Cure | Inner Focus
Limber | Illuminate | Regenerator
Cursed Body | Analytic | Reckless
+19% Acc | +20% Acc | 17% Acc

Fake Out (B) | Hydro Pump (B) | Hi Jump Kick (B)
Meteor Mash (B) | Hydro Pump (B) | Fake Out (R)


Mask surprises the Bonsly, rendering it temporarily incapable of doing anything. Taking advantage of this, Celeste and Shao blast the Bonsly with their powerful attacks, while the Roggenrola summons a sandstorm. Shao takes his turn and surprises the Roggenrola this time, while Celeste knocks the Bonsly down with one more torrent of water. Mask finishes off the Bonsly with a starry punch, leaving only the Roggenrola in fighting condition.

Action One:
Mask: Fake Out (B) -> (4 + 3 - 1) * 2/3 = 4 -> [4 DMG] [4 EN]
Celeste:
Hydro Pump (B) -> (12 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 28.5 ~ 29 -> [29 DMG] [7 EN]
Shao:
Hi Jump Kick (B) -> (13 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 28.5 ~ 29 -> [29 DMG] [7 EN]
Roggenrola: Sandstorm -> A sandstorm brewed!-> [9 EN]
Bonsly:
Bonsly flinched! [0 EN]

Sandstorm: Celeste, Shao -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:
Shao: Fake Out (R) -> (4 + 3 - 1) * 2/3 = 4 -> [4 DMG] [4 EN]
Celeste: Hydro Pump (B) -> (12 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1 - 2) * 1.5 = 25.5 -> [26 DMG] [11 EN]
Mask: Meteor Mash (B) -> (10 + 3 + 3 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [23 DMG] [6 EN]
Bonsly fainted!
Roggenrola: Roggenrola flinched! [0 EN]

Sandstorm: Celeste, Shao -> [2 DMG]

|

(F) | (F)
HP: -21 | HP: 86
EN: 100 | EN: 91
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

|
|

Leftovers |
Expert Belt |
Expert Belt
(M) | (U) | (M)
HP: 100 | HP: 86 | HP: 96
EN: 90 | EN: 82 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 133 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Timid | Jolly
Frisk | Natural Cure | Inner Focus
Limber | Illuminate | Regenerator
Cursed Body | Analytic | Reckless
+19% Acc | +20% Acc | 17% Acc

Player Options:
Issue actions against the Lackeys.

_____

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Metal Bagon

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 35 slots
5x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
5x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC
N/A

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 90 | HP: 90
EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

Rock Slide | Sandstorm
Double-Edge (Toxicroak) | Rock Slide

|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt |
Air Balloon (25)
HP: 110 | HP: 100 | HP: 110
EN: 100 | EN: 100 | EN: 100
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

Dig (B) | Drain Punch (B) | Rain Dance
Drill Run (B) | Counter | Protect


Drill Claw digs a hole while Toxicroak punches the Bonsly quite hard. Cyclohm dances around and causes rain to fall, but the Roggenrola counters her by summoning a sandstorm. The Bonsly showers a rain of rocks on your team. Drill Claw comes back up and smashes into the Bonsly. The Cyclohm throws up a shield to protect itself while the Excadrill rams into the Bonsly yet again. As the Roggenrola takes its turn to shower rocks down, the Bonsly slams into Toxicroak with much impact. Toxicroak returns the blow, knocking the Bonsly out cleanly.
Action One:
Excadrill: Dig (B) -> Excadrill dug a hole!
Toxicroak: Drain Punch (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [23 DMG] [11 EN]
Cyclohm:
Rain Dance -> The rain began to fall! -> [10 EN]
Roggenrola:
Sandstorm -> A sandstorm brewed! -> [9 EN]
Bonsly:
Rock Slide [5 EN]
vs Toxicroak: (6 + 3 + 1.5) * 2/3 = 7 -> [7 DMG]
vs Cyclohm: CRIT -> (6 + 3 + 3) * 1 = 12 -> [12 DMG]
vs Excadrill: MISSED -> [0 DMG]
Excadrill:
Dig (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [23 DMG] [9 EN]

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:

Cyclohm: Protect -> Cyclohm protected itself -> [7 EN]
Excadrill: Drill Run (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [23 DMG] [5 EN]
Roggenrola:
Rock Slide [5 EN]
vs Toxicroak: (6 + 3 + 2 + 1.5) * 2/3 = 8.33 -> [8 DMG]
vs Cyclohm: (6 + 3 + 2) * 1 = 11 -> [0 DMG] [4 EN (Cyclohm)]
vs Excadrill: CRIT -> (6 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 2) * 4/9 = 6.88 ~ 7 -> [7 DMG]
Bonsly:
Double-Edge (T) -> (12 + 1.5) * 1 = 13.5 ~ 14 -> [14 DMG] [7 EN]
Toxicroak:
Counter (B) -> (14) * 1.5 = 21 -> [21 DMG] [13 EN]
Bonsly fainted!

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

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(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 90
EN: 88 | EN: 86
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt |
Air Balloon (13)
HP: 103 | HP: 67 | HP: 98
EN: 86 | EN: 76 | EN: 79
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

Player Options:
Issue actions against the Lackeys.
 
#8

"Now, lets go all smashllyod on this roggenrola!"

Drill Claw: Chill ~ Drill Run (23)
SUB: IF roggenrola uses explosion, THEN use protect on that action instead.

Zeus' Pet: Growl ~ Dragon Rage
(10)
SUB: IF dragon rage would KO roggenrola, THEN chill on that action intsead.

Toxicroak: Drain Punch x2 (23 each)
SUB: IF roggenrola uses explosion, THEN use protect on that action instead.


PS: Damage calcs are for my benefit, you don't need to use them.

PSS: If you forgot to activate sand force last round, please let me re-order.
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#10
The Legend Run

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Terrador

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
5x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
12x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 20 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC
N/A

|

(F) | (F)
HP: -21 | HP: 86
EN: 100 | EN: 91
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

|
|

Leftovers |
Expert Belt |
Expert Belt
(M) | (U) | (M)
HP: 100 | HP: 86 | HP: 96
EN: 90 | EN: 82 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 133 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Timid | Jolly
Frisk | Natural Cure | Inner Focus
Limber | Illuminate | Regenerator
Cursed Body | Analytic | Reckless
+19% Acc | +20% Acc | 17% Acc

Terrador threw a Heal Ball at Roggenrola!
(1 + (270 - 172) * 150 * 2 * 1) / 256 / 270 = 42.536 ~ 42.5%

RNG Roll (To-Catch) (<=425 Yes) 985/1000 (No)

Roggenrola broke free!
[+12 EN]

The Roggenrola, seemingly energized now, goes on an offensive spree!

Action One:
Roggenrola: Earthquake [7 EN]
vs Kitsunoh: (7.5 + 1.5 + 2) * 1.5 = 16.5 ~ 17 -> [17 DMG]
vs Starmie: (7.5 + 1.5 + 2) * 1 = 11 -> [11 DMG]
vs Mienshao: (7.5 + 3 + 2) * 1 = 12.5 ~ 13 -> [13 DMG]

Leftovers:
Kitsunoh's Leftovers restored its health!-> [+1 HP]
Sandstorm: Starmie, Mienshao -> [2 DMG]
Action Two:
Roggenrola: Earthquake [11 EN]
vs Kitsunoh: (7.5 + 1.5 + 2) * 1.5 = 16.5 ~ 17 -> [17 DMG]
vs Starmie: (7.5 + 1.5 + 2) * 1 = 11 -> [11 DMG]
vs Mienshao: CRIT -> (7.5 + 3 + 3 + 2) * 1 = 15.5 ~ 16 -> [16 DMG]

Leftovers: Kitsunoh's Leftovers restored its health!-> [+1 HP]
Sandstorm: Starmie, Mienshao -> [2 DMG]


Terrador threw a Sport Ball at the Roggenrola!
(1 + (270 - 172) * 150 * 5) / 256 / 270 = 106.338 ~ 106.3%

RNG Roll (To-Catch) (<=1063 Yes) GUARANTEED

Congratulations! You caught a Roggenrola!
|

(F) | (F)
HP: -21 | HP: 86
EN: 100 | EN: 72
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

|
|

Leftovers |
Expert Belt |
Expert Belt
(M) | (U) | (M)
HP: 68 | HP: 64 | HP: 63
EN: 90 | EN: 82 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 133 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Timid | Jolly
Frisk | Natural Cure | Inner Focus
Limber | Illuminate | Regenerator
Cursed Body | Analytic | Reckless
+19% Acc | +20% Acc | 17% Acc

Roggenrola:
(F)
Nature: Brave (+1 Atk, Spe/1.15, -10 Eva)
Type: Rock
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 damage from an opponents attacks by one (1) damage. The effect is amplified on OHKO Moves, which are reduced by ten (10) damage.
Sand Force (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon thrives in Sandstorm conditions, using the power of the swirling sand to augment its Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks. Each of this Pokemon's Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks will have two (2) added to their Base Attack Power. Pokemon with this ability are immune to Sandstorm damage.

Stats:

HP: 90
Atk: 4 (+)
Def: 3
SpA: 1
SpD: 1
Spe: 13 (15/1.15v) (-)
Size Class: 1
Weight Class: 2
Base Rank Total: 11

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

Attacks:
Tackle
Harden
Headbutt
Rock Blast
Mud-Slap
Iron Defense
Smack Down
Rock Slide
Stealth Rock
Sandstorm
Stone Edge
Explosion

Gravity
Heavy Slam
Lock-On

Protect
Earthquake
Flash Cannon


BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 20 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC
N/A


Player Options:
Rearrange your team and items.
_____

Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

Metal Bagon

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 35 slots
5x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
5x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC, 1 KO
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC
N/A

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 90
EN: 88 | EN: 86
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A

Rock Slide
Protect
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt |
Air Balloon (13)
HP: 104 | HP: 68 | HP: 98
EN: 86 | EN: 76 | EN: 80
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

chill | Drain Punch | Growl
Drill Run | Drain Punch | Dragon Rage

The Roggenrola is proving to be much hardier than one would expect...

Action One:
Excadrill: chill -> [+12 EN]
Toxicroak: Drain Punch (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [23 DMG] [+11 HP] [11 EN]
Cyclohm: Growl -> -1 Atk (Roggenrola) -> [4 EN]
Roggenrola: Rock Slide [9 EN]
vs Toxicroak: (6 + 3 + 2 + 1.5) * 2/3 - 1.75 = 6.58 ~ 7 -> [7 DMG]
vs Cyclohm: (6 + 3 + 2) * 1 - 1.75 = 9.25 ~ 9 -> [9 DMG]
vs Excadrill: (6 + 3 + 3 + 2) * 4/9 = 4.47 ~ 4 -> [4 DMG]

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:
Roggenrola: Protect - Roggenrola protected itself! -> [7 EN]
Excadrill: Drill Run (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [0 DMG] [5 EN] [8 EN (Roggenrola)]
Toxicroak: Drain Punch (B) -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [0 DMG] [15 EN] [8 EN (Roggenrola)]
Cyclohm:
Dragon Race -> (10) = 10 -> [0 DMG] [5 EN] [3 EN (Roggenrola)]

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 67
EN: 88 | EN: 51
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
N/A | -1 Atk (2r)
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt |
Air Balloon (4)
HP: 100 | HP: 72 | HP: 89
EN: 93 | EN: 50 | EN: 71
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

___

Mud-Slap + Earthquake combo
cooldown

IF (Both Excadrill and Toxicroak use Protect A1) THEN (Use Rock Blast (Cyclohm) - Earthquake instead)

Player Options:
Issue actions against the Lackeys.
 
#11

"This is going to be seriously hard to avoid."

Drill Claw: Substitute 15 HP ~ Drill Run

Crazy Frog: Protect ~ Chill

Zeus' Pet: Magnet Rise ~ Dragon Pulse

"Actually, after I remembered that Drill Claw had substitute it wasn't so hard."
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#13
The Legend Run

Terrador
Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 20 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC

Expert Belt
(U)
HP: 64
EN: 82
Spe: 133
Timid
Natural Cure
Illuminate
Analytic
+20% Acc

|
|

Leftovers | No Item |
Expert Belt
(M) | (F) | (M)
HP: 68 | HP: 86 | HP: 63
EN: 90 | EN: 72 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 13 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Brave | Jolly
Frisk | Sturdy | Inner Focus
Limber | Sand Force | Regenerator
Cursed Body | N/A | Reckless
+19% Acc | -10% Eva | 17% Acc

Rock Crag
Rumble Hall

After catching your new Roggenrola, you hurry on. There's no reason to wait.

You come across an area of the crag that is more unstable than the others. Earthquakes seem to randomly average this area, causing you to lose your footing, but aside from physical movement, the area seems entirely unscathed. It's entirely possible this could be the work of a Pokemon rather than an actual feature of the area. In any case you can see down two paths, one where a few small rocks rumble visibly, while the other is calm.You surmise the quakes are coming from that area.

The choice intrigues you, and you stop for a second to ponder.

Player Options:
a) enter towards the quakes and inspect what is going on
b) continue onwards and ignore the quakes
c) stay and see if something happens

_____

Metal Bagon
Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 35 slots
5x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
5x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC, 1 KO
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC
N/A

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 67
EN: 88 | EN: 51
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
N/A | -1 Atk (2r)

Mud-Slap + Earthquake combo
cooldown
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt |
Air Balloon (4)
HP: 100 | HP: 72 | HP: 89
EN: 93 | EN: 50 | EN: 71
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

Substitute (15) | Protect | Magnet Rise
Drill Run | chill | Dragon Pulse


Your Pokemon do a decent job of protecting themselves from Roggenrola's wrath, though Cyclohm gets smacked with a bucketful of mud.

Note: Mud-Slap hits through Magnet Rise, so the combo does as well.

Action One:
Toxicroak: Protect -> Toxicroak protected itself! -> [7 EN]
Excadrill: Substitute (15) -> A substitute was created! -> [-15 HP] [12 EN]
Cyclohm:
Magnet Rise -> Cyclohm is levitating on electromagnetism! -> [6 EN]
Roggenrola:
Mud Quake! (Mud-Slap + Earthquake) [15 EN]
vs Excadrill: ((10.5 + 3 + 2) * 1.5 - 1.75) * 0.5 + (10.5 - 3 + 2) * 1.5 * 0.5 = 17.875 ~ 18 [15 DMG (Sub Cap)]
vs Toxicroak: ((10.5 + 1.5 + 2 - 2) * 1.5 - 1.75) * 0.5 + (10.5 - 3 + 2 - 2) * 1.5 * 0.5 = 13.75 ~ 14 -> [0 DMG] [5 EN (Toxicroak)]
vs Cyclohm: ((10.5 + 2) * 1.5 - 1.75) * 0.5 + (10.5 + 2 - 3) * 1.5 * 0.5 = 15.625 ~ 16 -> [16 DMG] [-1 Acc]
Cyclohm's Air Balloon popped!

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:
Excadrill: Drill Run -> (8 + 3 + 3 + 2 - 1) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 [23 DMG] [5 EN]
Toxicroak: chill -> [+12 EN]
Cyclohm:
Dragon Pulse -> (9 + 3 + 6 - 2 - 1) * 1 = 15 -> [15 DMG] [6 EN]
Roggenrola must recharge!

Sandstorm: Toxicroak -> [2 DMG]

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 29
EN: 88 | EN: 36
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
N/A | -1 Atk (1r)
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt | No Item
HP: 85 | HP: 72 | HP: 73
EN: 76 | EN: 50 | EN: 59
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A
N/A | N/A | -1 Acc (2r), Magnet Rise (4a)

Player Options:
Issue actions against the Lackeys.
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#16
The Legend Run

Terrador
Rock Crag
Rumble Hall

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 9 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 19 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
1x Cell Battery
Gems: 19 slots
1x Normal Gem
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots

CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC

Expert Belt
(U)
HP: 64
EN: 82
Spe: 133
Timid
Natural Cure
Illuminate
Analytic
+20% Acc

|
|

Leftovers | No Item |
Expert Belt
(M) | (F) | (M)
HP: 68 | HP: 86 | HP: 63
EN: 90 | EN: 72 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 13 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Brave | Jolly
Frisk | Sturdy | Inner Focus
Limber | Sand Force | Regenerator
Cursed Body | N/A | Reckless
+19% Acc | -10% Eva | 17% Acc

Inside you find the quakes were not being generated by a wild Pokemon, but rather the only piece of machinery you've yet to find in this place. It looks like they tried to excavate the area, and got approximately nowhere. Their base camp remains, and you find a
Normal Gem among the remnants. You have no idea where they went, but apparently the machine was expendable. It looks like it still has a
Cell Battery attached as well.

It seems that this camp has been completely abandoned. As soon as you remove the Cell Battery, a brief clicking sound can be heard inside the machine, then all is still. As the quakes rumble beneath your feet, you decide that it's time to get moving again.

___

Rock Crag
Vista

Moving past the quake area, your mind remains quite frenetic, wondering what could've happened. You also wonder about what dangers lie ahead of you. While you are pondering, you arrive at the top of a cliff. It's not what you expected at all.

You come to a beautiful vista that overlooks Timeless Tower. You can spot the bridge you came here in, and you still look up at the massive height of the main tower. You can spot the Iron Dungeon from here as well. There is some room to move up and get a better view, though there might be wild Pokemon here.

The view seems rather nice.

Player Options:
a) Approach the edge of the Vista
b) Stay close to the wall and move on

_____

Metal Bagon
Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 35 slots
5x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
5x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC, 1 KO
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC
N/A

|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 29
EN: 88 | EN: 36
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
N/A | -1 Atk (1r)
|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt | No Item
HP: 85 | HP: 72 | HP: 73
EN: 76 | EN: 50 | EN: 59
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 80
Jolly | Adamant | Modest
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Shield Dust
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Static
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A
N/A | N/A | -1 Acc (2r), Magnet Rise (4a)

Metal Bagon threw a Heal Ball at Roggenrola!
(1 + (270 - 58) * 150 * 1 * 1) / 256 / 270 = 46.008 ~ 46.0%

RNG Roll (To-Catch) (<=460 Yes) 999/1000 (No)

Roggenrola broke free!
[+12 EN]

Metal Bagon threw a Sport Ball at Roggenrola!

(1 + (270 - 58) * 150 * 5 * 1) / 256 / 270 = 230.036 ~ 230.0%

RNG Roll (To-Catch) (<=2300 Yes) GUARANTEED

Congratulations! You caught a Roggenrola!
|

(M) | (F)
HP: 0 | HP: 29
EN: 88 | EN: 48
Spe: 8 | Spe: 13
Brave | Brave
Sturdy | Sturdy
Rock Head | Sand Force
Rattled | N/A
Roggenrola:
(F)
Nature: Brave (+1 Atk, Spe/1.15, -10 Eva)
Type: Rock
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 damage from an opponents attacks by one (1) damage. The effect is amplified on OHKO Moves, which are reduced by ten (10) damage.
Sand Force (DW): (Innate) This Pokemon thrives in Sandstorm conditions, using the power of the swirling sand to augment its Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks. Each of this Pokemon's Rock, Ground, and Steel-typed attacks will have two (2) added to their Base Attack Power. Pokemon with this ability are immune to Sandstorm damage.

Stats:

HP: 90
Atk: 4 (+)
Def: 3
SpA: 1
SpD: 1
Spe: 13 (15/1.15v) (-)
Size Class: 1
Weight Class: 2
Base Rank Total: 11

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

Attacks:
Tackle
Harden
Headbutt
Rock Blast
Mud-Slap
Iron Defense
Smack Down
Rock Slide
Stealth Rock
Sandstorm
Stone Edge
Explosion

Gravity
Heavy Slam
Lock-On

Protect
Earthquake
Flash Cannon


Player Options:
Name your Roggenrola, rearrange your team, and equip items.
 
#18

"I would have prefered to catch with the heal ball; but o well, life goes on."

I only have 2 items left now so I won't change my items. But, I'll go with this team: Excadrill, Toxicroak, Roggenrola.
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#19
The Legend Run

Terrador
Rock Crag
Vista

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 11 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 19 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
1x Cell Battery
Gems: 19 slots
1x Normal Gem
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots

CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC

Expert Belt
(U)
HP: 64
EN: 82
Spe: 133
Timid
Natural Cure
Illuminate
Analytic
+20% Acc

|
|

Leftovers | No Item |
Expert Belt
(M) | (F) | (M)
HP: 68 | HP: 86 | HP: 63
EN: 90 | EN: 72 | EN: 89
Spe: 127 | Spe: 13 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Brave | Jolly
Frisk | Sturdy | Inner Focus
Limber | Sand Force | Regenerator
Cursed Body | N/A | Reckless
+19% Acc | -10% Eva | +17% Acc

As you approach the edge of the Vista, you see the beautiful view. Timeless Tower stretches out as far as your eyes can see, the Ice Spire glittering with reflections, and the Iron Dungeon shining with a metallic glow. The view seems like a photograph, frozen in... time.

However, your worst fears come true, as you are flanked by a Solrock. It bursts down from its place in the sky where it was absorbing Solar Rays, and traps Shao with Telekinesis. As it floats away it sends out a Fire Spin that cuts off pursuit and traps your Pokemon. Your other Pokemon won't be able to join the battle to help it for two rounds. Moreover, the Solrock suddenly releases its Solar Rays, causing harsh sunlight to shine on the Vista!

Action One:
Solrock: Special Fire Spin -> (4) * 1 = 7 -> [4 DMG] [4 EN]

Action Two:
Solrock:
Sunny Day -> The sunlight became harsh! -> [10 EN]

End of Round:
Sunny Day (4r)


Trap Combat (2r)

Watmel Berry (4/4)
HP: 100
EN: 86
Spe: 70
Naughty
Levitate


Expert Belt
HP: 59
EN: 89
Spe: 121
Jolly
Inner Focus, Regenerator, Reckless
+17% Acc
Fire Spin (4a)
___


Zen Headbutt
Psychic
Zen Headbutt

IF (You are flinched) THEN (Start from the beginning of the queue)

_____

Metal Bagon
Rock Crag
Boring Hollow

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 37 slots
4x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
4x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC, 1 KO
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC

(F)
HP: 73
EN: 59
Spe: 80
Modest
Shield Dust
Static

|
|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt | No Item
HP: 85 | HP: 72 | HP: 29
EN: 76 | EN: 50 | EN: 48
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 13
Jolly | Adamant | Brave
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Sturdy
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Sand Force
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

Rock Crag
Rumble Hall

After catching your new Roggenrola, you hurry on. There's no reason to wait.

You come across an area of the crag that is more unstable than the others. Earthquakes seem to randomly average this area, causing you to lose your footing, but aside from physical movement, the area seems entirely unscathed. It's entirely possible this could be the work of a Pokemon rather than an actual feature of the area. In any case you can see down two paths, one where a few small rocks rumble visibly, while the other is calm. You surmise the quakes are coming from that area.

The choice intrigues you, and you stop for a second to ponder.

Player Options:
a) enter towards the quakes and inspect what is going on
b) continue onwards and ignore the quakes
c) stay and see if something happens
 
#20

"I do reckon the result will be RNG generated, so lets use the RNG to decide what to do!"

It seems I'll take option 1, aka option a aka enter towards the quakes and expect what's going on!
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#22
The Legend Run

Terrador
Rock Crag
Vista

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 11 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 19 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
1x Cell Battery
Gems: 19 slots
1x Normal Gem
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots

CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC

Expert Belt
(U)
HP: 64
EN: 82
Spe: 133
Timid
Natural Cure
Illuminate
Analytic
+20% Acc

Trap Combat (2r)

Watmel Berry (4/4)
HP: 100
EN: 86
Spe: 70
Naughty
Levitate

Zen Headbutt
Zen Headbutt
Psychic


Expert Belt
HP: 59
EN: 89
Spe: 121
Jolly
Inner Focus, Regenerator, Reckless
+17% Acc
Fire Spin (4a)

Fake Out
Detect
Substitute (20 HP)


Stalling seems to have gotten you somewhere, but it's going to take you a lot more than that to extricate yourself from this situation. The Solrock doesn't seem to be looking very merciful, especially as you disturbed its Solar Ray absorption.

Action One:
Mienshao: Fake Out -> (4 + 3) * 2/3 = 4.66 ~ 5 -> [5 DMG] [4 EN]
Solrock flinched!

Fire Spin:
Mienshao -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:

Mienshao: Detect -> Mienshao protected itself! -> [7 EN]
Solrock:
Zen Headbutt -> (9 + 3 + 3) * 1.5 = 22.5 ~ 23 -> [0 DMG] [8 EN (Mienshao)] [6 EN]

Fire Spin: Mienshao -> [2 DMG]

Action Three
Mienshao:
Substitute -> A substitute was created -> [-20 HP] [18 EN]
Solrock:
Psyshock -> (8 + 3) * 1.5 = 16.5 ~ 17 -> [17 DMG] [5 EN]

Fire Spin: Mienshao -> [2 DMG]

End of Round:
Sunny Day (3r)

Trap Combat (1r)

Watmel Berry (4/4)
HP: 95
EN: 75
Spe: 70
Naughty
Levitate


Expert Belt
HP: 33
EN: 54
Spe: 121
Jolly
Inner Focus, Regenerator, Reckless
+17% Acc
Fire Spin (1a), Substitute (3 HP)

Player Options:
Issue actions against the Trap Solrock.

_____

Metal Bagon
Rock Crag
Rumble Hall

BACKPACK:
Potion: 2 slots
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 2 slots
Revive: 1 slot
Pokeballs: 37 slots
4x Heal Ball
5x Timer Ball
4x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Sitrus Berry [EQUIPPED]
Battle Items: 20 slots
Air Balloon [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Gems: 20 slots
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots


CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Excadrill: 3 MC
Toxicroak: 3 MC, 1 KO
Cyclohm: 2 MC, 1 DC

(F)
HP: 73
EN: 59
Spe: 80
Modest
Shield Dust
Static

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(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) |
Expert Belt | No Item
HP: 85 | HP: 72 | HP: 29
EN: 76 | EN: 50 | EN: 48
Spe: 102 | Spe: 85 | Spe: 13
Jolly | Adamant | Brave
Sand Rush | Anticipation | Sturdy
Sand Force | Dry Skin | Sand Force
Mold Breaker | Poison Touch (ENAB) | N/A

Inside, you find that while there is a machine generating the quakes, it appears to be dying down. The machine seems to be completely abandoned, though there appears to be a Cell Battery still attached to the side of it. Unfortunately, before you can even make your way towards the machine, you see that you have company. A Rampardos appears to rummaging through the territory. As it spots you, it dashes behind you and creates a Rock Slide, trapping you behind at the camp. Only one of your Pokemon will be able to muscle through the area and face the Rampardos, but it appears it is otherwise content to leave you alone.


(M)
Wise Glasses
HP: 110
EN: 100
Spe: 58
Rash
Mold Breaker, Sheer Force

Player Options:
Choose one Pokemon to fight against the Rare Rampardos. Issue actions against the Rare Rampardos.
 
#23

"Yey, I wanted to find Rampardos!"

I'll go with Toxicroak and he'll use the following.

Drain Punch ~ chill ~ Drain Punch
SUB: IF earthquake is used, THEN use 25 HP substitute and push all actions down!
 

Engineer Pikachu

Good morning, you bastards!
is a Contributor Alumnus
#25
The Legend Run

Terrador
Rock Crag
Vista

BACKPACK
Potion: 0 slots
2x Potion
Super Potion: 0 slots
1x Super Potion
Ether: 0 slots
2x Ether
Revive: 0 slots
1x Revive
Pokeballs: 11 slots
3x Pokeball
4x Heal Ball
10x Heavy Ball
5x Dream Ball
6x Timer Ball
11x Sport Ball
Berries: 30 slots
Battle Items: 19 slots
Leftovers [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
Expert Belt [EQUIPPED]
1x Cell Battery
Gems: 19 slots
1x Normal Gem
Spare Pocket (any item): 3 slots

CONSUMED ITEMS:
None.

REWARDS BANK:
2 TC
Kitsunoh: 3 MC, 1 KO
Starmie: 3 MC
Mienshao: 3 MC

Expert Belt
(U)
HP: 64
EN: 82
Spe: 133
Timid
Natural Cure
Illuminate
Analytic
+20% Acc

Trap Combat (1r)

Watmel Berry (4/4)
HP: 95
EN: 75
Spe: 70
Naughty
Levitate

Confusion
Zen Headbutt
Zen Headbutt


Expert Belt
HP: 33
EN: 54
Spe: 121
Jolly
Inner Focus, Regenerator, Reckless
+17% Acc
Fire Spin (1a), Substitute (3 HP)

Drain Punch
chill
Drain Punch


Shao seems to hanging on by a thread...

Action One:
Mienshao: Drain Punch -> (8 + 3 + 3) * 1 = 14 -> [14 DMG] [+7 HP] [11 EN]
Solrock:
Confusion -> (5 + 3) * 1.5 = 12 -> [3 DMG (Sub Cap)] [2 EN]

Fire Spin:
Mienshao -> [2 DMG]

Action Two:

Mienshao: chill -> [+6 HP] [+12 EN]
Solrock:
Zen Headbutt -> (8 + 3 + 3) * 1.5 = 21 -> [21 DMG] [5 EN]

Action Three:
Mienshao: Drain Punch -> (8 + 3 + 3) * 1 = 14 -> [14 DMG] [+7 HP] [11 EN]
Solrock: Zen Headbutt -> (8 + 3 + 3) * 1.5 = 21 -> [21 DMG] [9 EN]

End of Round:
Sunny Day (2r)


Watmel Berry (4/4)
HP: 67
EN: 59
Spe: 70
Naughty
Levitate
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Leftovers | No Item |
Expert Belt
(M) | (F) | (M)
HP: 68 | HP: 86 | HP: 9
EN: 90 | EN: 72 | EN: 44
Spe: 127 | Spe: 13 | Spe: 121
Jolly | Brave | Jolly
Frisk | Sturdy | Inner Focus
Limber | Sand Force | Regenerator
Cursed Body | N/A | Reckless
+19% Acc | -10% Eva | +17% Acc

___

Earthquake
Psyshock (M)
Psychic (M)
IF (Mienshao Detects successfully) THEN (Use Natural Gift (K) and push actions back)
IF (You flinch) THEN (Push actions back)
IF (Mienshao faints) THEN (Turn all Psyshocks into Natural Gift (K) and Psychic into Fire Blast (K)

Player Options:
Issue actions against Trap Solrock.

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Metal Bagon
Rock Crag
Rumble Hall


(M)
Wise Glasses
HP: 110
EN: 100
Spe: 58
Rash
Mold Breaker, Sheer Force

[Enable Sheer Force]
Earthquake
Earthquake
chill

(F)
Expert Belt
HP: 72
EN: 50
Spe: 85
Adamant
Anticipation, Dry Skin, Poison Touch (ENAB)

Substitute (25)
Substitute (25)
Drain Punch


After making one too many dolls, Toxicroak falls flat on her face, exhausted.

Action One:
Toxicroak: Substitute (25) -> A substitute was created! -> [-25 HP] [24 EN]
Rampardos:
Earthquake -> (10 + 5 - 2) * 1.5 = 19.5 ~ 20 -> [20 DMG] [7 EN]

Action Two:

Toxicroak: Substitute (25) -> But it failed! -> [28 EN]
Toxicroak fainted!


(M)
Wise Glasses
HP: 110
EN: 93
Spe: 58
Rash
Mold Breaker, Sheer Force (ENAB)

(F)
Expert Belt
HP: 57
EN: -2
Spe: 85
Adamant
Anticipation, Dry Skin, Poison Touch (ENAB)

Player Options:
Switch Cyclohm back in. (No Post Necessary)

Note: I didn't realize that Cyclohm didn't have Overcoat, so that results in -12 HP from Sandstorm at Boring Hollow.
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|

(M) | (F) | (F)
Sitrus Berry (1/1) | No Item | No Item
HP: 85 | HP: 61 | HP: 29
EN: 76 | EN: 59 | EN: 48
Spe: 102 | Spe: 80 | Spe: 13
Jolly | Modest | Brave
Sand Rush | Shield Dust | Sturdy
Sand Force | Static | Sand Force
Mold Breaker | N/A | N/A

___

Earthquake
Hammer Arm (E)

IF (Excadrill is underground on A2) THEN (Use Earth Power (C) instead)

Player Options:
Issue actions against Rare Rampardos.