Hey! Take X the Y.Hi! This thread looks really interesting and I want to try it out!
I think I'll go with a White 2 file.
Make it reasonably hard, but not too hard.
I do have access to trading.
1. Confused the Psyduck.
-It must have the move Disable at all times (so I have to breed one with Disable).
-It can't learn any special Water moves or Psychic moves.
2. Wiper the Clamperl.
-It must solo the entire battle once it is sent out, whether it is wild or trained.
-Solo 50 trained Pokémon to evolve into Huntail...
-...but if Wiper faints during the battle, none of the Pokémon it previously defeated during that battle count.
-Must solo all Steel types and Trainers that send out a Steel type after evolvong.
3. Honor the Oshawott
-Can't learn special or status moves, but must know Focus Energy and Razor Shell
-Can't fight Fire/Rock/Ground Pokémon unless it is the last remaining Pokémon
-Solo Roxie to: Evolve into Dewott, forget Focus Energy, and learn other status moves (but none that affect the opponent).
-Try to solo Elesa's Gym, but if Honor faints before defeating 2 members, it must restore its pride by soloing Clay's Gym, and can't use any status moves until then. Honor can evolve after Elesa is defeated.
-If Clay's Gym is successfully soloed, Honor can fight Fire/Rock/Ground Pokémon and learn special moves. It can also change its name.
PSDuckie I have access to BW, Black 2, and Poke Transfer.
Verxilo I got something for you.
"The Burned Tower used to have a bell on it, too..."
Bella the Chingling. This is her backstory:
Bella left home because she found life in Sinnoh boring. She floated around until she found Johto and Ecruteak City.
Due to the aging of some craftsmen, the number of blacksmiths near Ecruteak began to dwindle. Thus, when the bell on the Whirl Tower fell to the ground one day and shattered, there was no one to fix it.
The people, distraught over the loss of such a powerful icon, immediately looked for a substitute to replace it. They looked around far and wide until they found a Bronzong that was willing to fulfill the role.
Both the people and the Bronzong knew, however, that Pokémon, like bells, are not truly ageless. What would they do after the Bronzong's time was up?
Meanwhile, the people and the Bronzong joined in with the worship of the heavenly Lugia. They taught the Bronzong their complex rites. And that was when Bella came.
The people, mystified by the ringing sound that emanated from her, decided that she would be the apprentice bell Pokémon. The Bronzong began teaching her about the rituals, and the mythical beasts- Raikou, Entei, and Suicune.
One day, a group of people dressed in red suits came to Ecruteak City. They came with one mission: to burn everything.
As they advanced towards the Whirl Tower, they began sending out Pokémon- hordes upon hordes of Fire-type Pokémon. A blazing inferno began to engulf the tower. Bella and the Bronzong were trapped.
Suddenly, three creatures of incredible beauty and power charged towards the tower. Entei guarded the other buildings with a protective wall of fire that not even the Fire-type Pokémon could get through. Raikou cut through the ranks of people and Pokémon with its Electric moves, rendering them dazed. And Suicune shot massive jets of water at the Whirl Tower in an effort to save it.
Bella, having the ability Levitate, was able to escape the tower. Bronzong was not.
The invaders had no choice but to retreat. The legendary beasts, having done their job, went their separate ways. The Whirl Tower became known as the Burned Tower. But Bella wanted vengeance. She followed the attackers, knowing she was too weak to defeat them alone. She would become stronger.
Having a Trainer to support her gives Bella the strength to overcome this enemy.
-Must solo all Team Flare commanders.
-Her teachings told her to worship the two Great Ones (Ho-Oh and Lugia), three Mythical Beasts (Raikou, Entei, and Suicune), and two Elemental Beings (Vaporeon and Jolteon). Solo one Team Flare Grunt for each of these (7 in total) to be able to evolve. After this, however, Bella cannot participate in any more battles with Team Flare Grunts at the risk of worshipping the False Prophet.
-Must solo all Trainers' Pokémon (except for Team Flare's, and the aforementioned Tyrantrum) that are Grass, Rock or Ground type. These are the weaknesses of the mythical beasts, and they must be eradicated.
-Can't deal direct damage to Electric, Fire, or Water types, the types of the mythical beasts. (Toxic, etc. is OK though)
-You can catch Chinglings on the route in front of the Reflection Cave iirc.
-If you find being forced to fight Pokémon like, say, Barbaracle without direct attacks too difficult, you can remove the direct attacks restriction against Pokémon that are also Grass/Rock/Ground type.
You must Wonder Trade the first Pokemon you catch on in a route of your choice (choose before encounter) to imitate a Wonderlocke. However, this Pokemon is jealous of the Pokemon you send, as it wants to be with its original trainer. Because of this, it may only use moves that the Pokemon you traded away (or its final form) also learns, from the moment on it can get any (in any way, you should go out of your way to get a TM or so).
Simple, but should be fun. Have fun!