Take Bipolar the Oddish. This Oddish has a serious medical condition that makes it switch moods randomly. Bipolar can be one of two moods (for the sake of the challenge): HAPPY or SAD. If its Max HP is even, it is HAPPY, and if its Max HP is odd, it is SAD. Its mood might change upon level-up due to its Max HP increasing. Your goal is to cure this Oddish of its condition by evolving it to either Vileplume or Bellossom. Two sets of rules exist depending on whether Oddish is HAPPY or SAD.Mind giving me a scramble challenge for Omega Ruby? Everything with nicknames, other than that and no useless Pokemon, anything goes.
If Bipolar is HAPPY, it is absolutely bursting at the seams with joy and passion. It wants to give everyone on your team enormous hugs, but Bipolar can't do it with those nonexistent arms. Therefore, it decides to give every member of your team healing items. Bipolar insists that all healing items be used not on it, but on other fellow teammates. Bipolar likes to put others before itself, so it must be in the last slot of your party.
If Bipolar is SAD, it tries to distract itself from its problems by eating berries. Therefore, when Bipolar is SAD, the only healing items that can be used on Bipolar are berries, as it won't accept anything else. This doesn't help, though, and Bipolar is still as sad as it was before. Because of all this eating, Bipolar gets overweight and has self-esteem issues. You want to try to cheer Bipolar up, so you call it your MVP and always carry Bipolar in the first slot of your party.
Bipolar can evolve freely into a Gloom. However, when it reaches Level 30, its fate is sealed. Make note of its Max HP at Level 30. If (at Level 30), its Max HP is even, it will stay HAPPY for the rest of the game and must evolve into Bellossom. If its Max HP is odd at Level 30, it will stay SAD for the rest of the game and must evolve into Vileplume. It can be evolved anytime you want, but its final mood is determined at Level 30.
btw i still need 5 more scramblemons for Red version, no trading. Some scramblemons would be appreciated; thanks.