Since my Emerald HARD Scramble is almost done, I will now take challenges for my HeartGold HARD Scramble. Rules - This is a challenge with a bit of a twist. I wnat a Treecko as a starter, three Johto exclusive pokemon and one Hoenn exclusive pokemon. I have already been given a variable challenge and i will trade eggs for the two Hoenn Pokemon. - No drudgery - I reserve the right to refuse your challenge if I hate it, or the Pokemon you give me. - If I reject something for reasons not stated here i will give you either a chance at a new challenge, or a reservation for my next challenge. Team -Variable challenge Given by Sprocket Use any Pokemon you want, no evolution restrictions, however it must be caught in the wild or be an in-game acquisition (to prevent passing moves down by breeding). Here's the catch: Every time it wants to learn a new move (via level-up, TM, HM, move-tutor, or whatever), roll a D6 (a six-sided die). On a 1-4 it must learn that move, and replace the corresponding move in its move list (1 corresponds with the first move, 4 corresponds with the last move, as seen by the out-of-combat Pokemon menu). On a 5 or 6, it cannot learn that move, period. You can only attempt to teach it any given move once. You cannot use the move deleter for any reason, and you cannot teach it TM/HM/Move-Tutor moves until it has 4 moves already. (Obviously, this rule doesn't apply until the Pokemon has 4 moves) Nidoking selected for its movepool. Do not issue me a challenge with a Nidoking. -Arcticblast You get a Mareep. Mareep believes it is the softest in the land, and as such must learn and keep Cotton Spore. Until it becomes an Ampharos. Outraged at the loss of its wool, it must find something to take out its anger on strong Pokemon that it believes to be soft. It must solo 20 Trainer Pokemon with fur or feathers with Thunderpunch, and may not switch out against or switch into them. Once it does this, it still cannot get over its loss of wool, and as such may not know Cotton Spore or any attacking move besides Thunderpunch until it defeats one Pokemon in the Elite Four, which is enough of a morale boost that it may learn any two offensive moves. -Reseved for Dexington -Reserved for detroitlolcat -Reserved for Galladiator (Treecko) -Reserved for Biggie So basically there are no spots left. So lets have 'em. P.S. Dusclops is a beast. Just took down Wally's Magneton with Earthquake, Roeslia with Ice Beam, and Gardevoir with Shadow Ball.