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Challenge The Scramble Challange - Mark 2

Discussion in 'Orange Islands' started by Its_A_Random, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. StallMandibuzz

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    Hah >< I know my Pokeymanz game locations, been playing them for like 15 years or so. :P
  2. ReshiramBlackZekromWhite

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    I'll provide some inspiration to start. I might make a rather long post that'll need editing... but I've already wrote 600 words about your lovely travels in the Underground Path. By the way, I'm drunk, and it's midnight, so please excuse anything that doesn't make sense, and feel free to edit the entire thing if it pleases you. I'm just trying to help... although your writing style will take some time to mimic.
    Wish me luck!
    Yeah, you were right, put Wellspring Cave instead of Ravaged Path, and just edited it. By the way, how did you ninja me if I didn't even post anything?
    EDIT: WHY YOU DOUBLE POST?!
  3. StallMandibuzz

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    Crap, didn't even realize I double posted. -.- Gonna go pass out now. >_> Wait, could have sworn you posted before me. -_-
  4. Arceustar

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    Same here
    How did RBZW delete his/her post
  5. user 18

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    I think I'll write my own - I guess I just won't do turn-by-turn narration like I usually do for major battles. It'll probably end up being more separated from the actual moves and more conveying the effect. I do have some ideas, but it is a bit overwhelming.
  6. Hwang

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    My Platinum Challange
    My team is the following:
    Dashie the Houndour (MagicMissingno)
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    @ Hwang

    Reserving a Pokemon. Please stand by.

    You get Dashie the Houndour

    Dashie is a blessing to most teams as she does not have anything wrong about battling, normally. Unfortunately Dashie is a tad lazy and needs to be placed in a box from 5 to 7 PM so she can take a nap. You may have her battle without the nap, but she will be cranky and use the least effective attack possible until the next day. This can be bypassed for the E4 and Champion battles.

    To summarize
    A female Houndour named Dashie
    Must be put in a PC box from 5 to 7 PM
    Violations of the above rule result in her using the least effective attack in battles for the rest of the day
    Ignore the challenge during the E4.

    Ambiguous the Ralts (Tetrinity)
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    Reserving a Ralts for Hwang, will edit shortly.

    Edit: Hwang, take a Ralts called Ambiguous.

    In a manner similar to humans, Ralts culture features a heavy divide between males and females. Male Ralts are expected to grow into big and strong Gallade, while female Ralts are expected to become prim and proper Gardevoir. An awful lot of pressure is put onto the young Ralts to fit into their assigned role, and unfortunately for Ambiguous, this just isn't how (s)he works.

    Ambiguous must be the first Ralts you encounter, or if you fail to capture it, must at least be the same gender as that first Ralts. The gender of the captured Ralts, as stated by the game, determines the restrictions as follows:

    Male:

    Ambiguous was born male, but always felt more attuned to the female way of life. Therefore, while culture will force Ambiguous to evolve into a Gallade, she will live as a female and go through life as if she were a Gardevoir.

    In essence, Ambiguous will go through all the motions that any Gardevoir would. Any attacking moves must be special - no physical moves allowed. You can optionally teach Ambiguous one physical move, but using the move distresses her - next turn, she will switch out and refuse to fight for the rest of the battle (if a Trainer fight) or until healed at a Pokémon Centre (if a wild battle).

    Furthermore, since Ralts culture has the unfortunate side effect of causing females to feel they are weaker than males, if Ambiguous ever falls into red HP, she must switch out for a male Pokémon on your team who must stay out until Ambiguous has been healed to green HP. If she faints, the next Pokémon to sent out must be male and must try their best to revenge kill. If this isn't possible for whatever reason (e.g. all male Pokémon are fainted or can't be sent out due to another restriction), then just ignore it.


    Female:

    Ambiguous was born female, but always enjoyed the rough-and-tumble of male life to the dignified approach of his peers. While culture will force Ambiguous to evolve into a Gardevoir, he will live as a male and go through life as if he were a Gallade.

    In essence, Ambiguous will go through all the motions that any Gallade would. Any attacking moves must be physical - no special moves allowed. You can optionally teach Ambiguous one special move, but using the move distresses him - next turn, he will switch out and refuse to fight for the rest of the battle (if a Trainer fight) or until healed at a Pokémon Centre (if a wild battle).

    In Ralts culture, males are heralded as strong upholders and the protectors of women, and Ambiguous feels more at home with this. If a female Pokémon on your team ever falls into red HP, Ambiguous must switch in to act as a shield, and won't leave until the female Pokémon is healed to green HP. If a female Pokémon on your team faints, Ambiguous must switch in and try his best to revenge kill. If this isn't possible for whatever reason (e.g. Ambiguous has fainted), then just ignore it.


    Summary:
    Ambiguous the Ralts
    - Must be the first Ralts you encounter. If you fail to capture this Ralts, the Ralts you do eventually capture must be of the same listed gender.

    If game lists gender as male:
    - Ambiguous wants to be treated as female for all purposes.
    - Must evolve into Gallade.
    - May have at most one physical move. Using this move distresses Ambiguous, who will switch out and refuse to fight until the end of the battle (if a Trainer fight) or until healed at a Pokémon Centre (if a wild battle).
    - If fallen into red HP, must switch out for a male Pokémon who must stay in until Ambiguous has been healed into green HP.
    - If fainted, a male Pokémon must revenge kill or die trying.

    If game lists gender as female:
    - Ambiguous wants to be treated as male for all purposes.
    - Must evolve into Gardevoir.
    - May have at most one special move. Using this move distresses Ambiguous, who will switch out and refuse to fight until the end of the battle (if a Trainer fight) or until healed at a Pokémon Centre (if a wild battle).
    - If a female Pokémon on your team falls into red HP, Ambiguous must switch in and protect them until they have been healed into green HP.
    - If a female Pokémon on your team faints, Ambiguous must revenge kill or die trying.


    Probably my most complicated Scramblemon so far, but the restrictions boil down to something simple enough in the end, I think. It's also caused Ralts and family to seem much more sinister; I never realised how sexist they all were! D:

    SlowMo the Rhyhorn (KingSerperior)
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    Hwang, I am reserving SlowMo the Rhyhorn.

    I will edit shortly.

    As I said, you will get the slowest Rhyhorn in existance!!

    This little guy has a very thick skull (Rock Head) and cannot learn things very fast.
    He once entered the academy that all Rhyhorn must attend, but was expelled the very next day.
    Because he missed so much at the academy, he doesn't understand that he is a Physical Attacker (Must use only Special and non-dammaging moves ASAP). He also doesn't understand the concept of STAB (No STAB).
    His slowness has also affected his speed!! (-Speed Nature).
    He is so slow that he will actually evolve 10 levels too late!! (Evolve at LV. 52 > 42).
    His troubles don't end there because he evolves again, but a little late!!! (Evolve after getting to the Pokemon League).
    Those two evolutions smartened him up slightly!! He knows a little more about typing now!! (May now use one STAB move. Must solo Aron of the E4).
    Ok, I almost forgot.
    Hwang, when SlowMo becomes a Rhyperior, the One STAB move that is allowed may be physical unless you are planning on rematching the E4 later. If you are, you are allowed the tutor moves: Mud Slap, Ancientpower, or Earth Power.
    Sorry about the lack of explaination >.>

    Good luck teaching this fellow :P

    Fierce the Starly (Wobbanaut)
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    Reserving a starly for hwang

    Hwang take Fierce the Starly,Fierce has had a very troubled life he lost his parents at an early age but he got through it quite well.Fierce loves to fight, loves to fly and is very brave as a result Fierce must have the moves Close Combat,Brave Bird and Fly.Fierces dad died when the forest they lived in was overturned by machines as a result Fierce hates machines and must solo Bryon, his mom died when she got lost in a hailstorm so he must solo Candices Abomasnow bringer of hail and he admires Maylenes fighting spirit so he must not be used in the fight against Maylene.

    Calm the Meditite (StallMandibuzz)
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    Hwang, you get Calm the Meditite. This particular Meditite was a pacifist, not liking the rough Fighting styles of its' brethren Metitite and Medicham. Because of this, it refuses to use any Physical attacks or Fighting attacks, renouncing its' Fighting type and choosing to focus solely on its' Psychic background instead. Because of its' refusal to conform to the Meditite way, the other Meditite and Medicham ganged up on it and nearly killed it before leaving it for dead. Slowly recovering in solitude, Calm gained an intense hatred for its' own kind. So, if you see any Trainer-owned OR wild Meditite or Medicham, Calm goes into an uncharacteristic fury, refusing to switch out or run from the battle until it drops or until the enemy's party is wiped out. After these bursts of immense rage, Calm refuses to battle until it heals at a Pokemon Center, wanting to wash the wounds of shame off. And finally, since its' name is Calm, it must always have Calm Mind on its' moveset once it learns it. To evolve, it must defeat Candice, to show that even without Fighting-typed moves, it can be strong. Enjoy. :D

    Healer the Blissey (RBZW)
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    Hwang, you wanted a Scramblemon for a Platinum challenge, around an 8-9/10in difficulty. Therefore, I give you… (Drumroll please…) Healer the Blissey!

    Since you are playing Platinum, you can no longer receive a free Happiny egg from a hiker in Hearthome City… so you are going to go to Route 209 or 210 (south) to catch a lovely Chansey! Is that not amazing?

    However, the challenge requires that you start from a HAPPINY, so catch a Chansey, and box it. While you are at it, catch a male Clefairy, and make sure it knows Metronome. Box it as well. Let me guess: you think this is like King Serperior’s Random the Togepi challenge, right? Well, you are not TOO far off…

    Okay, just so you know, in order to breed for a Chansey, you need the Luck Incense. It is found in the basement of the Ravaged Path. I forget exactly what you need to get it, but just to be on the safe side, bring along a Pokémon with Surf and Rock Smash.

    Once you have all of that, breed a lovely Happiny egg that you will keep in your party for QUITE a long time. Because you started your journey in Twinleaf Town, you want Happiny to start its life in there too, so FLY TO TWINLEAF (alternatively, walk to Twinleaf AFTER boxing the Egg). Happiny MUST hatch within your bedroom. Have fun with that!

    Name Happiny “Healer” then put a MALE sign after. To make it more realistic, name it “Healer {male sign}” as that would be the full 10 characters, and it would put the male sign right beside the female… kind of. It believes that it is a MALE, and it is GAY. It SHOULD have Metronome from Clefairy… and that will be your ONLY attacking move for quite a while, and just to make things harder… Healer cannot learn Toxic.

    Happiny, being gay, loves other men. However, it realizes that all other members of the Blissey family are female, so it cannot mate with them. Whenever Happiny is sent out against a Male Pokémon, use Attract, and then use Charm until he is at -6 Atk. It finds a partner in Barry (I know, it makes no sense) and challenges him for her/his love (Always have to solo Barry). However, if Barry has a fighting-type, Healer has to switch to Ambiguous as it has a type advantage over Fighting types.

    Healer knows his/her weakness for Fighting-types, and cannot attack them at all. Moreover, it wants to improve its self-confidence, so have it solo Maylene’s gym. It may not faint more than 5 times, or you have to soft-reset.

    In Canalave City, Healer successfully KO’s EVERY ONE OF HIS POKÉMON except for his STARTER, which KO’s Healer, and forces him/her to evolve into a Chansey, as it’s much stronger, and can prove her/his love for him. Again, you are doing this with ONLY Metronome as an attack. It may fight against a Fighting type Pokémon in this fight.

    Chansey may have one more damaging attack; it depends on its level, however. If it evolved at an odd level (e.g. 11), it must be physical. If it evolved at an even level (e.g. 10), it must be physical. You may now replace both Attract and Charm with Softboiled and Minimize. If you choose NOT to have another damaging Attack, it must learn Sing.

    Chansey now has a hatred for Fighting-types, and has to solo ALL Fighting-types that it sees, and if your Ambiguous evolves into a Gallade, and Chansey fights a Double Battle with it, Gallade must be KO’d before Chansey can damage the opponent, and neither Chansey nor Gallade may switch out.

    In order to evolve into a Blissey, Healer has to do two of the following:
    Solo 200 Trainer-owned Fighting-type Pokémon
    Get ALL “Signature Moves” from Metronome (list is as follows)
    ...
    Box all other Party Pokémon, and go through EVERY route with Healer, going through EVERY patch of grass there is, and walking through EVERY space in a cave. You may have two Pokémon to be used as an HM Slave to use Surf, Strength, and Rock Smash, as those moves are required to get through various areas
    Grind until you reach Lv. 90, which should be at least 45 levels above the highest-leveled member of your team
    Use all 6 vitamins (Iron, Zinc, Protein, Calcium, Carbos, HP Up) either 10 times, or until it won’t let you anymore
    Whichever ones you choose, this must be done BEFORE the Distortion World.

    As soon as you evolve your Chansey into Blissey, it faints in battle, and needs to be taken to the Pokémon Center. When it is healed, it is no longer gay; it is straight. So, remove the male sign in Healer’s name, and your Blissey may not fight any Male Pokémon unless they are owned by “BOSSES” (Gym Leaders, Team Galactic, Elite 4, Battle Frontier, and Rival). Blissey no longer HAS to solo Rival, as she is over her crush.

    You may no longer use healing items that affect HP on any of your Pokémon except for Healer; you must heal them after battle with Blissey’s Softboiled. If any of your Pokémon faint, however, you may still use a Revive. Just because I am feeling nice, you are allowed one Full Restore PER Opponent Pokémon in BOSS battles (see above list), but it has to be used IN BATTLE, while Blissey is out. If Blissey faints, you may not revive it; it must be fully restored at a Pokémon Center. Exceptions are when you are fighting the Elite 4, where it may only be revived by a Max Revive. If Blissey faints, you cannot restore your Pokémon’s HP with items.

    Blissey must solo Cynthia's Garchomp, Bertha’s Rhyperior, Flint’s Infernape, Lucian’s Gallade, and Cynthia’s Lucario. If it faints in any of these solos, you must trash 10,000 Pokédollars worth of items out (buying price, so a Nugget that sells for $5,000 is worth $10,000)

    Good luck; you will really need it!

    Questions/Comments/Concerns:
    Calm must now solo Candice, but Fierce must solo the Abomasnow. So Calm will solo everything minus Abomasnow.
    Thanks to everybody who contributed, even if your challanges are cruel.
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  7. MagicMissingno

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    Gwen's journey continues!
    Part 1

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    -Gwen’s Audio Journal: March 10th, 2012
    Fun times were had today. I treated the team and myself to some of Castelia’s famous ice cream, although Snap just sniffed her bowl of the stuff. I gave my team some playtime together, but Snap once again decided to not participate. I tried dangling some string in front of her and like the kitten she is she loved pouncing on it. Note to self, buy some cat toys. Tomorrow I have a gym battle, but for now, ponies.
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    -Gwen’s Audio Journal: March 11th, 2012
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    (music plays)
    Burgh was too easy, even with me holding back. By holding back I mean not using Inferno the whole time. First up was his Whirlipede against Snap. I just told Snap to do her thing since I couldn’t get her to use any move other than Assist when she surprised me. Instead of using Assist, she darted up to the bug and smacked it! When Whirlipede didn’t move I figured she just used Fake Out. After that she used Assist and unfortunately used Arm Thrust, although I will never get tired of the sight of her spewing hands. Burgh however decided that he had enough fooling around and had his Whirlipede hit Snap with Poison Tail. She went down instantly. Swanton was my next Pokémon out and he was taken down as soon as I blinked. At this point I was slightly worried that holding back was a bad idea, but that changed when Seismic entered the fray. I had him use Retaliate since it had a boost in power and he, not kidding about this, pulled a hammer from his floppy skin and smashed Whirlipede with it, but not before it gave Seismic a Screech attack. I decided to switch to Inferno to dampen the defense drop as Burgh sent out his Leavanny with a red bandana. I had Inferno just use Tackle because I was still holding back. Leavanny responded with Protect fallowing Razor Leaf in a vain attempt to last. Eventually it went down. Burgh’s last Pokémon was his Dwebble. I switched Inferno with Seismic whom looked eager to fight. I had him us Work Up to boost his power when Dwebble threw sand in his eyes! Thankfully Seismic has Faint Attack so Sand Attack in not a problem. After four uses of Work Up I had Seismic use Faint Attack. Slowly the little dude crept up to Dwebble and then smacked him from a neutral position and took out the bug. Seismic certainly can pull his weight! Oh, I got a phone call. Hey Bianca. Yeah, I’m up for a battle. Okay then.
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    -cough, hack- Well, both Bianca and Cheren wanted a battle, except Cheren wanted one IN A FREAKING SANDSTORM! -cough- Bianca now has a Panpour and she’s evolved her Lilipup into a Herdier and her Snivy is now a Servine. Cheren has a Pansear and a Pidove now and his Oshawott is now a Dewott plus his Purrlion is now a Liepard. That reminds me. Snap, when are you gonna evolve?
    “Purr.”
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    -cough, cough, cough,- Note to self, get a gas mask. Anyways something strange happened. I got the TM for the move Dig and I was going to give it to Swanton when Seismic popped out of his Pokeball and used the TM on himself! There goes his Retaliate move. I still used the TM on Swanton to teach him Dig, but that was seriously weird.
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    -wind blows- AWESOME! -hack- Snap is now a –cough- Liepard! -cough-
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    And now Team Plasma is back to making my life as annoying as possible. Just when I got out of route 4 and its sandstorm I noticed a few Plasma Grunts picking on an old man, so I did what any normal person would do. I calmly walked up behind them, tapped one on the shoulder, and punched him right in the face! It was so satisfying! The other one challenged me to a battle, but he was pathetic. They ran off into the amusement park where I’ll be heading to next. At least the old man gave me a bike for saving him. Oh, hey there Bianca.
    “Gwen, there’s so much to do here-”
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    Oi… Bianca sure knows how to pull a girl around. She insisted on going to every attraction in Nimbasa City! I just decided to let myself get pulled so I could get back to chasing Team Plasma and kick their butts, but that was until we got to the Pokémon Musicals. I am a huge fan of musicals and theatre so I had to see one, and I was disappointed. Apparently anyone can join it, making the whole thing a discoordinated mess. Krokorok and Litwik do not make good dance partners! I don’t care if it’s female, never put a grass skirt on a Garboder! I’m also banned from the musical building because Seismic broke out of his Pokeball and went ballistic once he saw the Krokorok. I’m guessing he has some anger issues. I'll have to work on that later, but for now I have some Plasma Grunts to beat up.

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    -footsteps-
    So N, any idea where those Plasma Grunts went off to?
    “No, but we might get an idea if we ride the Ferris Wheel.”
    I’m sorry, what?
    “If we ride the Ferris Wheel we can spot them from high up. I love Ferris wheels… The circular motion… The mechanics… They're like collections of elegant formulas.”
    Alright… but don’t get any funny ideas!
    “What do you mean by that?”
    Ugh, let’s get this over with.
    -more footsteps, door opens and closes, motors run-
    “Gwen, there’s something on your shirt. Let me get that.”
    Ow! No need to pinch!
    “I must tell you something.”
    I feel a bit lightheaded…
    “I am the king of Team Plasma… You are probably wondering why you can’t move. I gave you a poison to temporarily paralyze you. Don’t worry, you won’t die. I just can’t have you coming after me. If it makes you feel better, there actually was lint on your shirt.”
    -thud-
    “Oh dear, I think I gave her too much. I know you have a voice recorder and you probably have it on right now, so I will tell you what I planned to reveal. I will conquer the Pokémon League and become unbeatable, and then I will force every trainer to release their Pokémon! Your only chance of stopping me is to collect all the badges and head for the Pokémon League, however you do seem to have a problem there. The next gym leader has two Pokémon with flying type attacks and your team is pretty weak to that, so I will give you a Pokémon to help with this gym only. I’ll come back for him later. Farewell Gwen.”


    Current Team

    Inferno-Pignite-Lv. 26
    Flame Charge / Rollout / Tackle / Arm Thrust
    Theme Song: Applejack's Stage by RainbowCrash68

    Snap-Liepard-Lv. 27
    Assist / Fake Out / Cut / Pursuit

    Swanton-Pansage-Lv. 26
    Seed Bomb / Dig / Bite / Leech Seed
    Theme Song: Singing Telegram (Postal Mix) by OdesseyEurobeat

    Seismic-Scraggy-Lv. 26
    Work Up / Brick Break / Faint Attack / Dig
    Theme Song: Nightmare Night (Instrumental) by WoodenToaster and MicTheMicrophoneZero

    The mystery Pokemon will be revealed after in the next update. I'm only using it because Elesa's Emolga twins murdered my team 5 times so far with Ariel Ace. It will only be used for this fight. D:< Why did you guys have to give me 3 Pokemon weak to flying type attacks?!
  8. King Serperior

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    @Hwang: I hope that SlowMo isn't one of those cruel challenges >.>

    @Magic: Don't you just love the randomness of the move Assist?
  9. Hwang

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    @KingSerperior: Nope, the only Pokemon I'm concerned about it Healer.
  10. King Serperior

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    Ok, I almost forgot.

    Hwang, when SlowMo becomes a Rhyperior, the One STAB move that is allowed may be physical unless you are planning on rematching the E4 later. If you are, you are allowed the tutor moves: Mud Slap, Ancientpower, or Earth Power.

    Sorry about the lack of explaination >.>
  11. Chinchillers

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    Hello! I'm restarting my Emerald and decided to make it a scramble challenge.

    Meh rules:
    -Be Creative!!! (I can't stress that eno-oh wait, I can BE CREATIVE!!!)
    -Somewhat challenging.
    -No Pokemon can have the same type, by that i mean the Pokemon's primary type can't be the same as another Pokemon I might already have. Secondary types don't matter. Ex: Blaziken is Fire (Primary)/Fighting (Secondary), so I can't use another fire type but I can use another fighting type.
    -No sucky nicknames, be creative with those too.
    -If you're challenge doesn't meet these regulations or whatever, then i may refuse.
    -No trading.

    Thank you and sorry for being complicated (and for using too many parenthesis)
  12. yaya0

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    Chinchillers, take Chicken the Torchic. Chicken is afraid of fighting, so it can only be used once every 3 battles, as long as you have another Pokemon. Once it evolves, it may fight in every other battle. After it evolves yet again, the restriction is removed. Also, it can never use Blaze Kick.
  13. Chinchillers

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    I'll except it, but that seems a bit too easy. Still it's fine. Thanks.
  14. MagicMissingno

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    Chin, you get Derpy the Aron!

    Derpy's eyes always face in the opposite direction of each other, resulting in poor depth perception. She may not use moves with 100% accuracy and tends to crash comically into walls. (Trust me, it'll happen more often than not.)

    Derpy is also a bit dim as her eyes would suggest. When she KOs a trainer Pokemon, she always thinks she can take on the next one and won't switch. She's not a complete idiot though and will switch out if she doesn't like what has come out to face her.

    Derpy is increadably clumsy and tends to drop everything, even if it's covered in tape. As such, she can never hold an item.

    To summarize:
    A female Aron named Derpy
    Cannot use 100% accurate moves
    Cannot switch out after KOing an opponent
    Cannot hold items.
  15. ReshiramBlackZekromWhite

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    Fine, do TWO of those for Blissey to evolve, and you don't have to solo Heracross. However, you have to solo Cynthia's Garchomp instead :) "Cruel" is for me, right ?
    Okay... I'll delete that.... so much for that.
    TROLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
    Yeah, Emerald's probably one of my favourite Pokemon games. I'm reserving something for you. Check back in.... about half an hour, 45 minutes tops?
  16. Arceustar

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    Reserving a lotad for chinchillars
    Will edit within 48 hours (Took 46 and a bit!!)

    BTD5Lover the Lotad

    BTD5Lover loves Bloons Tower Defence 5. Because of that, he thinks he is a Super Monkey and has to pay loads for upgrades(trash items).
    To use attacking moves with 10 higher BP (he starts with 19):£4500
    To obtain 10 item tokens(He starts with 0 and one is used with every item on him):£6500
    To evolve to Lombre:£25500
    To evolve into Ludicolo:£125000
    He must be a Ludicolo before you battle the E4
  17. King Serperior

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    ChinChillers will be getting Random the Kecleon.

    I will edit in a moment!!!

    ChinChillers, you get King Serperior's signature "Random Challenge"!!!!!!!!

    What does this mean? It means that Metronome will play a very big role in your pokemon!!

    Catch the first Kecleon that you are able to catch!! Then, find the Metronome Move Tutor in Fallarbor Town and teach it to him/her!!

    Max out the PP of Metronome ASAP so that you can use it more!! Also, Metronome must be the very first move that you use unless you are out of PP.

    As always with a Metronome challenge, you have to do some major solos!!

    List of Solos and their requirements:
    1). Solo the Rival in front of the Mall. Must solo one of her mons with only Metronome used.
    2). Solo the 8th Gym Leader. Must solo one of his mons using only Metronome.
    3). Solo one E4 Pokemon using only Metronome.

    As Random changes types, no move of his must be of the same type. Metronome counts as the Normal-Type attack.

    Have fun and good luck!!
  18. Chinchillers

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    I accept you're random challenge. Thank you for the Kecleon.

    Heh, Derpy. Accepted.
    P.S. I like ice types. *hint* *hint*

    Ok, so the types used so far are:
    -Fire
    -Steel
    -Water-Reserved by Arceustar
    -Normal
    Spots left:
    -Reserved for ReshiramBlackZekromWhite
    -Anyone
  19. StallMandibuzz

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    If you don't mind evolving Meditite a bit late, I could switch its' solo to Crasher Wake, but the point was to have Calm overcome his refusal to use Fighting/Physical moves, and Byron is a pretty good test of that. Even after soloing the Gym Leader, he still refuses to use them, due to the torment he's been through. But yeah, solo Wake instead of Byron to evolve Calm. Have fun~ (Goddamn it, this is what I get for being one of the last ones to give my Pokemon. All the good GL solos are gone. D: Ah well, it just makes the difficulty for Calm just a bit easier.)

    Edit: Reserving a Spoink for ChinChillers.
  20. AOPSUser

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    Reserving for Chinchillers.

    EDIT: Chinchillers, take OVER 9000 the Slakoth. This Slakoth is unlike all other Slakoth, its power level is OVER 9000!!!! However, at the point when you catch him, he will be a Slakoth, still trying to build up his power. Now, Slakoth is super lazy, as he does not want to waste his power too soon, so he must not fight in any Gym battles until he evolves. He also refuses to use any moves over 60 Base Power.

    When he evolves into Vigoroth, he is hyperactive. Therefore, he must finish every wild battle. He must also participate in every Gym battle until evolving again. Still, Vigoroth refuses to use any moves over 100 BP, as he still has one more evolution.

    Upon evolving into Slaking, it learns to make full use of its power, of which it has a lot. Go back and teach it Focus Punch, by TM or Heart Scale (Vigoroth learns it.). When you reach Lilycove, you gain access to TM 15-Hyper Beam. Teach it to Slaking at once, and have him use it to solo Tate and Liza. After witnessing the battle of the legends, Slaking realizes that it has their power, and wants to live up to that. It must now only have moves over 60 BP. (60 BP is acceptable.) When you reach the Elite Four, it is worn out and refuses to battle until Wallace (the champion, not the 8th Gym Leader). When battling Wallace, it must solo Milotic and one other Pokemon, using only Hyper Beam. After that, it has exhausted its power. It must now use two status moves, and forget Hyper Beam. Slaking will stay this way for the rest of your run.
  21. Chinchillers

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    I hate rejection so I'm not going to do it, you two decide between who gets the last spot.
  22. AOPSUser

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    I would take Slaking, because of its power, not to mention the fact that you HAVE to get Hyper Beam, which will make your solo of Wallace's Milotic and one other Pokemon a piece of cake. Just saying.
  23. Chinchillers

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    Um, normals already been taken and I have to solo Wallace with said normal type.
  24. AOPSUser

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    And that restriction has been removed.

    Having two Normals is not as bad as having a SPOINK. Besides, Kecleon can hardly be called Normal-type.
  25. Chinchillers

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    Well, if you have read my request thingy with the regulations of my scramble, you would have known that no two Pokemon can be same type.

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