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Feb 04, 07 at 2:24am ^Create a Pokemon game
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Feb 07, 07 at 10:48pm ^I am the best.
Well, I am working on a pokemon game right now. It is called pokemon: 1337 edition. For now, I will only post the game map and the names of the towns in the game, as it is late and I'm bored to post more than these. So, here is the map of my region, the Chaos region:
Information about the towns:
1. Green Village
A small town with a few houses. There is much grass and many trees, and the rooftops of the houses there are green. Professor Quaint, Vance, and Ted live here.
2. Valley Port
A small town with a port. Only a few small fishing ships are on that port though.
3. Peace Town
A peaceful place, inhabited mostly by farmers.
4. Ice Mountain
A town on the top of a frozen volcano that can not erupt any more.
5. Lava Mountain
A destroyed town on the top of an active volcano.
6. Outcast Town
A Town which is inhabited mostly by criminals. There are many thugs everywhere. There is a school called the hood school. There is a bar where there are many bikers. There are two casinos, one belonging to Team Rocket and one belonging to a rival criminal group.
7. Peak Town
A place where rich people live. Giovanni's mansion is also located there.
8. Ghost Town
An abandoned town, which now serves as a graveyard and is inhabited by ghosts.
9. Central City
The biggest city in the Chaos Region. Big companies are here, and there are many buildings, including the Chaos Radio Tower. Northeast of this town is located a university. There is also a train station here, however it is underground. The train can take you to Port City and to Airport City.
10. Worker Town
A Town where many workers and engineers live in. There are windmills, watermils, and a huge power plant.
11. Jungle Fortress
A big fortified town. At the east, there is a jail, and at the west, there is a psychiatric asylum.
12. Lost Town
A town located deep into the jungle.
13. Buried Town
A town which was buried a long time ago by an avalanche, but people dug tunnels.
14. Desert City
A city in the desert. There are ancient ruins and pyramids close to this city.
15. Sand Bay
A town with a beautiful beach.
16. Airport City
A city which also has an airport. It has four radio towers.
17. Port City
A big city, underneath which is buried an old city. This is the biggest port in the Chaos region.
18. Pirate Island
An island which used to serve as a hideout for pirates.
19. Southern Island
An island where the Elite Four is located. There is also a big lighthouse there.
20. Northern Island
An island owned by King Randor, whose castle is there.
Some information about some characters:
Main character: His name is Ted and he looks like the main character in G/S/C, except his pants are different. Your starting pokemon is slowpoke.
Vance: He is Lance's younger brother, who lives in a house with his sister. He stays on the basement, doing things on the internet all day long. He wants to be like Lance, so he goes on a quest to become "the ultimate dragon master in the universe". During his adventure, he joins a criminal group called Team Dragon (who believe in Rayquaza), and soon becomes a young champion. But his greed for power makes him betray Team Dragon and become the leader of a heretical dragon group of people that believe in a dragon called dragozard. But in the end, Vance abandons this heretical group, and tries to awaken a dragon called dragonaurus, who he worshipped as a kid and believes is the most powerful dragon in the universe.
Jeffrey: A young, black kid who steals one of the pokemon professor Quaint was going to give to you and Vance. He likes to call himself "Da Elit".
Professor Quaint: A pokemon professor who lives in Green Village.
Here is a small story I made, which describes the beginning of the game:
> Go to Quaint's lab
> Quaint is not there
Vance "What do you mean the professor is not here? He promised to give me a pokemon today!!"
Scientist "I'm really sorry, I do not know why he is not here. He must be at his house..."
Vance "Damn! Old bastard must be sleeping again!"
Scientist "Oh, Ted, here you are! As you can see, the professor is not here yet. So, uh, can you go get him from his house?"
> Go to Quaint's house
> Quaint is working on his computer
Quaint "Huh? Ted? What do you want?"
Quaint "Oh? I was supposed to give you and Vance pokemon today? Wait a minute... Right, right. Alright, let's go"
> Go to Quaint's lab
> Watch black kid running away
Scientist "Professor, it's terrible. Some black kid broke in through a window, and stole one of the pokemon!"
Quaint "Ah hell not again... Punk *bleep* *bleep*!"
Scientist "I'm sorry professor, I couldn't stop him. He was too fast"
Quaint "Whatever, he's gone now. Okay, so, Ted, go get that pokeball on the table"
Vance "Hey! What about me?"
"Quaint "Well, I was going to give you a pokemon too, but seeing as some *bleep*ing prick stole one of the pokemon, I'll have to give you your pokemon later"
> Try to get the pokeball
Vance "No way! I'm getting this"
Quaint "Put that down, son. It belongs to Ted"
Vance "No! I want it! I want to be a dragonmaster!"
Quaint "Come on kid, I'll give you a pokemon later! Hand that pokeball to Ted!"
Vance "No! Please let me keep it! Pleasepleaseplease"
Quaint "Okay, okay. You can have it. Ted, come here"
Quaint "Here is a pokemon I caught yesterday while fishing. You can have it"
> Get slowpoke
Quaint "This is one of my favourite pokemon. Take good care of it"
Vance "It looks... slow..."
> Try to leave
Vance "Hey! Let's fight!"
> Defeat Vance
Vance "It cannot be!"
Vance "How... how could your *bleep*ed pokemon defeat my mighty dragon? You must have been lucky! I, I'll fight you again later, and luck won't help you then!"
> Go to Valley Port to meet professor Oak
> Oak "Hello there. Do you know which way it is to Green Town? I have a meeting with Professor Quaint, but I don't know this region very well. You'll take me there? Thanks"
> Jeffrey "Sup homie, check out my shit, bro"
> Battle Jeffrey
> Jeffrey "Damn, I lost again"
> Jeffrey "Shit man, you're all lucky! Both you and that dragon dude I battled before! I can't believe I lost my first two battles! I... I'll get you back for that!"
> Oak "Nice battle! It reminds me of a trainer I know... Anyway, let's get going!"
> Take Oak to Quaint's lab
> Get pokedex from Oak
I will post more information later. Also, I haven't made all the cities yet, just Green Village and Port City.
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Feb 08, 07 at 4:51am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
Here's a region called Pokéia:
I'll also post some information about all the places in the region:
A big harbor with a museum, a lighthouse, a seafood restaurant, an indoor skate park and an aquarium.
A small town, but it is home to the biggest Pokémon Stadium in the world.
A town located between Holy Temple and Fire Temple, and it is also located at the foot of Mt. Lava. There is a hot spring, a mine and a Pokémon Gym here. The Gym Leader of this town uses a Pokémon team which focuses heavily on the move Sunny Day.
A large city located in the middle of a huge desert. The buildings and houses of the city are made of stones. The city is windy. It is hot during the day and cold during the night. This city has a Pokémon Gym, and the Gym Leader uses a team which focuses on the move Sandstorm.
Another town located in the desert. This town is inhabited by dirty, poor, uncivilized and uncultured people, who use mainly clubs, slingshots, bows and arrows and other primitive weapons to hunt for food. There are few houses in this town, and almost all of them are made of straw. Many of the people in this town are more beast-like than they are human-like, and some of them even wear no clothes!
A city located on top of a mountain North of the desert in the Pokéia region. There is a large hotel in the city, and there is also a train station. Taking the train to the West leads to Dragon City, while taking to the East leads to Floating City. When the train heads East to Floating City, it does not go along a train track the whole way! What happens is that the train goes along some train tracks at the very East of Mountain City. Eventually, the train tracks leads to a ramp, which launches the train into the air when the train goes on it. Then the train goes flying through the air until it eventually lands on some train tracks on the West of Floating City (some physics experts calculated everything perfectly in order to make sure that the train always lands perfectly). There is also a Gym in this City, and the leader uses a team which trades defense for offense in battle.
A city located on top of an icerberg. The Gym Leader of this city uses a team which focuses on Rain Dance.
A sunny town with a beautiful beach. The town has a Gym Leader who uses an extremely defensive Pokémon team, and it focuses on stalling.
A town located within the walls of a huge castle. Many Nobles live in this town, and the King of the Pokéia region lives inside the castle.
An extremely large city with many office buildings, a radio tower, a space station, a school, a University and a shopping centre.
A peaceful town inhabited by many Pokémon and Pokémon lovers. Almost the entire town is covered with grass and trees. To the North of the town is a Pokémon Zoo.
A village inhabited by many Ninja. The younger Ninja in this village are trained by the older and more experienced Ninja. The Ninja in this village are often hired to do to do Ninja missions, which is how they make money. They're also paid a lot to participate in wars if neccessary, and they are fast and skilled enough to fight evenly against people with guns and other modern weapons. There is also a Pokémon Gym in this village, and the leader uses a team of Pokémon which all knows Explosion or Selfdestruct.
A town located in front of a beautiful bay called Paradise Bay.
A peaceful village mainly inhabited by farmers. There are many windmills in the village.
A city inhabited by many Samurai who trains hard everyday. This town has a Gym, but throughout most of the game, the Gym Leader is away from the gym. In order to battle the Gym Leader, you must go to the Desert Underground Prison, the Haunted Mansion and the Graveyard, and you must defeat each evil spirit in those areas (in order to see those spirits, you need a special item, which also allows you to see Shinigami). After you defeat each of them, the Gym Leader of this town will come and send the evil spirit to Hell with a touch of his sword. However, you don't get to learn about who this Gym Leader is until you actually meet him in his gym in Moku Village, which is only possible after you defeat the three evil spirits. When you finally get to the Moku Village Pokémon Gym to battle the Gym Leader, you learn that he is actually a Shinigami, and he uses Dark-type Pokémon! To the North of Moku City is the Shinigami Cave.
A village inhabited by elves, located deep within a forest near the Dragon River. There are many beautiful plants exclusive to this village, and there are also crystal-clear waterfalls and beautiful stones and gems.
An island located in the ocean, just South of the very end of the Dragon River. To the West of this town is the Kaizoku Hideout, which is basically a Pirates' hideout. To the East of the island is the Water Temple.
The most famous city in the Pokéia region. Throughout almost the entire game, it is heavily guarded by Team Dragon members. In fact, it is so heavily guarded that the first time you try to enter there, you have to sneak in by taking a train from Mountain City! This city has an office building, a Game Corner, a train station (taking a train to the West leads to Tsuchi City, while taking to the West leads to Mountain City), a mysterious cave and a Pokémon Gym. This city's Gym Leader was originally a man named Nick, who uses Dragon Pokémon. But before you reach his Gym, he was murdered by Drag, the leader of an organization called Team Dragon, and then Drag, who also uses Dragon Pokémon, took over Nick's position as this city's Gym Leader (you do battle Nick earlier in the game though, before he was murdered. You battle him somewhere when he's not in his Gym. Unfortunately, he doesn't give you a badge when you beat him, as he had left his badges in his Gym. And when you do finally get to his Gym, he is already dead). Also, there is a Team Dragon Hideout hidden inside the Game Corner.
A floating city in the sky. The only way to reach this city is by taking a train from Mountain City.
An underground city. The only way to travel from this town to any other town or city in the Pokéia Region is by taking a train to Mountain City. The train also serves as the only way to reach Tsuchi City, the the Abandoned Fortress, Victory Road, the Pokémon League, the Pokémon Masters' Ruins and Dragon Island. To the North of Tsuchi City is the Abandoned Fortress, and to the South is the Victory Road.
Pokéia Pokémon Stadium
The largest Pokémon Stadium in the world, located just North of Shirou Town.
Mountain City Tunnel
A tunnel which goes under Mountain City. There are also some stairs in the tunnel which leads up to Mountain City.
Magma Town Mines
A mine located near Magma Town.
A volcano located North of Magma Town. It is the place where Team Dragon captures Moltres. To reach the top of Mt. Lava, you must make your way through the Fire Temple. You can also catch Moltres here after Team Dragon gets rid of it in order to free the legendary Dragozard from Planet Dragozard.
The Kings' Pyramids
A place located in the desert, where there are many pyramids. Each of the pyramids contains the tomb of a deceased King who used to rule Pokéia.
Desert Underground Prison
An ancient haunted underground dungeon in the desert. Many years ago, this used to be the place where the worst criminals in the Pokéia region would be kept to starve or thirst to death. But these days, no criminals are sent there anymore. It is said that this prison is haunted by the ghosts of the criminals who died there many years ago. There are also rumors that an extremely powerful evil spirit called Tamashimaro resides inside the prison.
Just a military base in the desert.
A gigantic iceberg floating in the middle of the ocean. The iceberg is so big that a city called Ice City is built on it! There is also a cave inside the iceberg, and Team Dragon goes into the cave at one point in the game to capture Articuno. You can also catch Articuno here after Team Dragon gets rid of it in order to free the legendary Dragozard from Planet Dragozard.
A haunted mansion which was long abandoned. Many ghosts lives in this mansion, and it is said that a powerful evil spirit called Darkrod also lives in this mansion.
Just a graveyard. Somewhere in this graveyard is a gigantic gravestone, which is much bigger than any other gravestone in the graveyard. It is said that a powerful evil spirit called Bogmire haunts that gravestone.
Just a Pokémon Zoo, located South of Pokémon Town.
A bay located just East of Watercliff Town. There is a huge, beautiful and natural rock located in the water near the bay. There is a cave inside the rock, and inside that cave lives many Kabuto, Kabutops, Omanyte, Omastar and Aerodactyl. You can also catch Mew somewhere in the cave. There are also two tall ancient towers in the bay. They were built thousands of years ago, but the exact reason as to why they were built is unknown.
A cave located just North of Moku Village, the village inhabited by Samurai. This cave is believed to be the place where Shinigami ("Death Gods", who judges the dead and cuts down evil spirits) enters and exits the human world. There are many crystals in the cave, and a Samurai becomes much faster and stronger than normal if they simply touch any of those crystals! There are also many writings carved into the walls inside the cave. The writings teaches the Samurai how to deflect bullets with their swords and use many sword techniques no one would have ever imagined of before! The writings also teaches the Samurai how to move instantly from one place to another over a short distance, making them much deadlier than normal Samurai. The Samurai believes that the writings on the walls in the Shinigami Cave are in fact written by the Shinigami themselves, as the Shinigami are believed to be expert swordsmen, and they are trying to teach the Samurai to be better swordsmen themselves for some reasons. Like the Ninja from Shinobi Village, these Samurai are often hired to do missions or join wars against other countries.
A large forest located North of Pokémon Town. It has many beautiful plants and waterfalls inside it, and a gigantic tree called Yggdrasil is located in the deepest area of this forest.
A gigantic tree, which is so big that it even reaches up above the clouds! This tree is said to be the tree which connects Heaven, Earth and Hell together. In fact, there are three trees called Yggdrasil which exists: one exists on Earth, one in Heaven and one in Hell! All three trees are just as big as each other. Inside the Yggdrasil tree on Earth, there exists two gates which leads to a different dimension. Both of these gates are located inside the tree itself. One of these gates leads to Heaven, and is located near the top part of the tree, while the other gate is located underground, somewhere inside the tree's roots, and it leads to Hell. However, you cannot go through these gates unless you obtain a special item.
In the game, there is a hole somewhere inside this tree similar to a cave entrance, which you can enter. Inside the tree, there is a gigantic maze. As you go through the maze, you can either go upward inside the tree or go downward (inside the tree roots). If you keep going upward inside the tree, you'll eventually find a dimensional gate which leads to Heaven, although you cannot go through the gate unless you obtain a special item. Once you go through the gate, you'll find yourself inside the Yggdrasil tree in Heaven (when you go through the gate in the Yggdrasil tree on Earth, you'll come out of another gate, which is located inside the Yggdrasil tree in Heaven)! Once you make your way out of that tree, you'll find yourself in Heaven itself, and then you're free to explore the rest of Heaven (and even see Ryuumaru's castle!). If you keep going downward inside the Yggdrasill tree on Earth, you'll also find a dimensional gate, except this one leads to Hell. When you go through the gate, you'll come out of another gate, located inside the Yggdrasil tree in Hell. Once you make your way out of the tree, you'll go outside and see many sinners burning in some huge flames in Hell.
Also, you already know that there is a dimensional gate located in both the Yggdrasil of Heaven and the Yggdrasil of Hell: both of which leads to a gate inside the Yggdrasil of Earth. However, there is actually one more gate located in both the Yggdrasils of Heaven and Hell: These two gates lead to each other. In other words, all three Yggdrasil trees have two gates within them which leads to different dimensions, allowing you to travel from Earth to Heaven, Heaven to Hell, Hell to Earth and vice-versa.
The item which allows you to open the gate to Heaven is called the Key to Heaven, and it is split into six pieces by Ryuumaru, the God of the world, so that people can't just reach Heaven easily. The six pieces are located deep inside the following places: the Fire Temple, Water Temple, Lightning Temple, Earth Temple, Wind Temple and Holy Temple. Each of these pieces are guarded by some extremely strong Pokémon so that people cannot access them easily. If someone manages to gather all six pieces, they can go inside Yggdrasil and open the dimensional gate to Heaven.
As for Hell, you can open the dimensional gate which leads there by obtaining an item called the Devil's Key, which is split into three pieces. The three pieces are located in the following places: The Ghosts' Mansion, the Graveyard and the Desert Underground Prison. Each of these pieces are guarded by one of the following three evil spirits: Bogmire, Tamashimaro and Darkrod. These three evil spirits are servants of the Devil. Once you somehow obtain all three pieces which these evil spirits guard, you can go through the dimensional gate inside Yggdrasil which leads to Hell.
A huge mountain with a waterfall coming out of it. The waterfall which comes out of Mt. Lightning is also the beginning of the Dragon River, a river on the East side of the Pokéia region. Team Dragon goes to the summit of Mt. Lightning to capture Zapdos at one point during the game. You can also catch Zapdos here after Team Dragon gets rid of it in order to free the legendary Dragozard from Planet Dragozard.
A pirate's hideout located West of Crater Island.
Dragon River Forest
A forest on the West side of Dragon River, a river which flows down from Mt. Lightning. Celebi can be found in this forest.
An old, abandoned fortress located at the very Northwest of Pokéia. Many powerful Pokémon can be found in the fortress, and inside the room at the very top of the fortress, you can catch Mewtwo.
Tsuchi City Tunnels
Some tunnels which leads into Tsuchi City (an underground city) .
A temple built inside Mt. Lava (in fact, you need to go through this temple in order to reach the summit of Mt. Lava!). It was built to worship Kyuutsune, a Fire-type Pokémon God. Kyuutsune looks like Ninetales, except he is much bigger, has longer legs and tails, extremely sharp teeth and claws, is much fiercer-looking and flames are constantly radiating out of his body.
An underwater temple located deep in the ocean of the far South East of Pokéia. It was built to worship Kylorados, a Water-type Pokémon God. Kylorados is basically a gigantic green seadragon.
A temple located near Mt. Lightning. It was built to worship Exrai, an Electric-type Pokémon God. Exrai is a huge white dove-like creature with yellow eyes, and he also has some yellow feathers attached to his wings.
A temple located at the very West of Pokéia. It was built to worship Magmegalosaurus, a Ground-type Pokémon God. Magmegalosaurus looks like a brown megalosaurus, except it is much bigger and stronger.
A temple located in the desert. It was built to worship Hinakaze, a Psychic-type Pokémon Goddess. Unlike the other Pokémon Gods, Hinakaze takes the form of a human. Here's a picture of what Hinakaze looks like:
A temple located on an island in the middle of a lake, which is located at the peak of a dormant volcano to the West of Mt. Lava. The temple was built so that the entrance is at the top of the lake, but once you get inside, you start going downwards as you explore the temple (and since the entrance of the temple is above a lake located on a volcano, the deeper parts of the temple is actually built into the volcano). There are a lot of water and lava inside the temple, which was built to worship Ryuumaru, the God of the universe. Here is a picture of Him:
Victory Road Part 1: Forest
The first part of the Victory Road to the Pokémon League. It is a huge forest filled with challenging Pokémon trainers and powerful Grass-type Pokémon.
Victory Road Part 2: Ocean Cave
The second part of the Victory Road, located South of the first part. It is inside an underwater cave in the ocean.
Victory Road Part 3: Abandoned Powerplant
The third part of the Victory Road. It is an abandoned powerplant inhabited by powerful Electric-type Pokémon. It is located on the same island where the Pokémon League is (located to the Southwest of Pokéia).
Victory Road Part 4: Magma Cave
The fourth and final part of Victory Road. It is a cave filled with magma and Fire-type Pokémon.
The Pokémon League, where you battle the Pokéia region's Elite Four and Champion.
Pokémon Masters' Ruins
Some ruins which contains the tombs of all the previous Pokémon Masters who have deceased. The earliest Pokémon Master to be buried here died about 8000 years ago.
A small island to the East of the Pokémon League. This is the island where Drag, the leader of Team Dragon goes to at the end of the game. Here, he and the rest of Team Dragon summons the legendary Dragozard, which grants Drag superhuman powers, and Dragozard also uses its powers to build Drag a huge castle, located on Dragon Island. At the top of that castle is where you fight Drag, the final boss of the game.
Also, here is a picture which tells you exactly where all the places listed above are:
This message was edited by Dragon Swordsman on Sep 06 2007.
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Feb 08, 07 at 10:09am ^I am the best.
Here is more information and screenshots about the game:
The major criminal groups in this game are Team Rocket, Team Magma, Team Aqua, and Team Dragon. Some minor criminal groups are the Dragon Heretics, and two gangs in Outcast Town, the Nigarz and the Neepons. The Neepons own a casino in Outcast Town and Giovanni wants a cut from the profits, so these two criminal groups are hostile towards each other. The Nigarz are just thugs and robbers and live through stealing.
This game takes place one year after Ash defeated Giovanni in Pokemon R/B/Y. Giovanni has moved to his mansion in Peak City and studies pokemon with his scientists. But, when you enter Giovanni's mansion at one point of the game, you will discover that Giovanni and his scientists are studying something that is responsible for all Nurse Joys and Officer Jennys being completely identical. Cloning. You will also see the Rival from G/S/C in this region, working for Team Rocket. However, he fails to do the jobs he has to do, and in the end of the game, Team Rocket takes all of his pokemon and his Team Rocket uniform and sends him to a place close to New Bark Town in Johto with an airplane from Airport City. This is why he hates Team Rocket, and, having noone on his side, he needs to steal a pokemon and get his revenge from Team Rocket in pokemon G/S/C.
Here are some pictures from the game:
Team Dragon (From Left to Right: Dragon Leader Drag, Dragon Admin F, Dragon Admin M, Dragon Grunt F, Dragon Grunt M)
Dragon Heretics (Like Team Dragon, only with lighter color)
Vance (From left to right: Trainer Vance; Dragon Champion Vance; Dragon Traitor Vance; Unknown; Unknown (I will probably use the two last pictures of Vance somewhere in the game, the one with the red and blue cape when he tries to resurrect dragonaurus at the middle of Lava Mountain and Ice Mountain, and the gold one will probably be something like Dragon Master Vance))
Here is Vance's room in the basement:
And here is the first floor of the house where Vance lives in:
Here is another character who will be in the game, Darkel. I haven't decided what his role in the game will be, but he will probably be a guy who hates everyone and has you do some dirty jobs for him, like placing a bomb at a casino or something.
I will post more characters and a picture of the first town later.
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Feb 12, 07 at 11:29am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
Here's the Team Dragon in my game:
Left to right: Female Team Dragon Grunt, Dragon Admin Dawn, Dragon Leader Drag, Dragon Admin Yamikonpaku, Dragon Admin Dave and Male Team Dragon Grunt.
Throughout the first half of the game, they are trying to capture Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres, while the second half is all about Dragozard.
You first meet some Team Dragon Grunts on Route 135 in the Pokéia region, where they kidnap an old lady. In addition to that, one of them also steals your PokéGear after seeing you use it to wake up a Snorlax on that route. At that point, you'd probably think that they're just some other criminal organization like Team Rocket. But then you meet them later again on Mt. Lava, where they're trying to capture the legendary Pokémon Moltres, and they succeed. You also meet them again after that in the Iceberg (where they capture Articuno. This is also the place where you first meet Drag, the Leader of Team Dragon, and it is also where you get your PokéGear back) and Mt. Lightning (where they capture Zapdos). Then you later see them again in King City, where Dave, a Team Dragon Admin steals a spaceship and takes off to a planet called Planet Dragozard, with the Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres which Team Dragon captured. Planet Dragozard is a planet in which one third of it is water, one third is desert and one third is lava, so from space, it seems as if the planet is blue, yellow and red. Planet Dragozard is also a planet in which an extremely powerful Dragon Pokémon called Dragozard is sealed. Long ago, Dragozard devastated Earth with its destructively powerful attacks, destroying cities and killing countless people. Not even bombs, missiles and other military weapons stood a chance against Dragozard, until one day, a brave hero named Trimence, who caught the legendary bird Pokémon Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres appeared before Dragozard, and using the combined power of these three Pokémon, he managed to seal Dragozard far away in space, and that's what created Planet Dragozard. But after sealing Dragozard away, Trimence released Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres back into the wild, as he believed that legendary Pokémon should not be caught. He only caught them once in order to save the world. But now that Team Dragon has caught all three legendary birds, they can unseal Dragozard from Planet Dragozard. Dave takes a spaceship to that planet, while you and some other scientists chase him in space. When you all arrive at that planet, you battle Dave, and after you beat him, he'll send out his Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres, and then they all use their combined powers to use an extremely powerful attack called Big Bang. Before they use it, you, Dave and the scientists all go back into the spaceships and starts heading back to Earth. After you're all far away enough, the legendary Pokémon uses Big Bang, created a powerful explosion of red, blue and yellow energy, which utterly destroys Planet Dragozard, and then the legendary Dragozard is freed from its seal! However, it doesn't head towards Earth as of yet. After using Big Bang, Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres returns back to the Iceburg, Mt. Lightning and Mt. Lava, respectively, where you can catch them.
When you get back to Earth, you'll have to get to Dragon City, a city which is heavily guarded by Team Dragon members throughout almost the entire game. In fact, it's so heavily guarded that the first time you try to enter there, you have to sneak in by taking the Magnet Train from Mountain City! There, you discover that Team Dragon has been kidnapping people and taking them to their hideout, which is hidden within a secret door in the Casino in Dragon City. They have kidnapped almost every single person from an office building in Dragon City. You enter their hideout and manage to rescue half of the people, but Yamikonpaku (possibly the cruelest person in Team Dragon) drowns the other half! He says "Those hostages do not need to be alive. The existance of their bodies are enough to satisfy Lord Dragozard!". After you defeat Yamikonpaku in a Pokémon battle, he summons an army of Team Dragon members to take you on all at the same time. But before you battle them, Yamikonpaku gives you a key to open the Gym in Dragon City, saying "If you want help from this city's Gym Leader, then I'll let you!". Then you don't need to take on all the Team Dragon members, and you just go straight to asking the Gym Leader for help. However, you find out that the Gym Leader of Dragon City is none other than Drag himself! You also find out that Drag only became the city's Gym Leader recently in order to gain more control over the city, and you also find out that he murdered the city's previous Gym Leader in order to become the new one! After you defeat him, Team Dragon temporarily dissapears, until you get to the Pokémon League, where you find out that Drag is in fact the Pokémon League Champion! But he didn't become the Champion recently. He had always been the League Champion, and he says that the reason why he decided to be one was so that he could analyze the skills of the trainers in Pokéia in order to keep himself up to date, since he knows that one day he'll be the ruler of the world. So while he was the Pokémon League Champion in the open, he runs Team Dragon in the shadows. When you battle him in the Pokémon League, he uses a completely different team to before. While he usually uses Dragon Pokémon, he uses a defensive team as the Champion. After you beat him, he says "It's almost time!", and then he starts running towards an island called Dragon Island, where he meets up with the rest of Team Dragon. Then, using a special ritual, they summon Dragozard from space to the island. Then Drag feeds all the corpse of the people who Yamikonpaku drowned back in Dragon City to Dragozard. Dragozard, using its magic powers, grants Drag superhuman abilities, as well as a huge castle on Dragon Island. Inside the castle is also filled with many powerful Dragon Pokémon, all under Drag's command. You also have to rebattle the three Team Dragon Admins somewhere in the castle. When you reach the top, you battle Drag's Dragon Pokémon team again. Then you battle Dragozard, and after that, you battle Drag himself (since he gained superhuman powers). Beat him and the game ends.
Heavenly Golden Blast!
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Feb 12, 07 at 7:27pm ^Die!
More information about my game:
The game cover:
Professor Ortmeier is an evil professor who works for Team Rocket. He is experimenting on human and pokemon cloning. He has successfully cloned both. In fact, all Nurse Joys and Officer Jennys were created by him! The prototypes used for Nurse Joy and Officer Jenny are being kept hostages in Team Rocket's hideout.
Professor Oak's evil twin brother, Doctor Oak is experimenting on teaching pokemon moves they normally can not learn. Lance's rock sliding aerodactyl was one of his experiments, which managed to escape, only to be captured lated by Lance. Doctor Oak works for Team Rocket.
The King of the pokemon world. He believes that democracy can never replace one person, and that it represents not only the idiots, but the cowards also. He has very strict rules for his people. Many people dislike him, mainly those in Outcast Town.
I also thought of names for the Team Dragon Admins. They are Dragon Admin Kevin and Dragon Admin Martha.
Death to the enemy!
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Feb 20, 07 at 6:39am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
heres a trainer for the gurlz
Name: *any name of ur choice*
Pic: *none available yet*
This girl is a playable character for the girls, she can manipulate the guys into giving her munny, food for her pokemon, and many other things.
she luvs all pokemon but mainly the cute ones like Jirachi and Espeon.
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Feb 23, 07 at 10:30pm ^...
I made a new picture of the map of my new region, in which it is possible to see the names of each town. Here it is:
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Feb 25, 07 at 9:33pm ^...
Here is Jungle Fortress:
Jungle Fortress is a big town located at the west part of the Chaos Region Jungle. The town owes its size to the big prison at its west part and the psychiatric asylum, at the city's east part. This city used to be a very heavily fortified military base, which was able to resist all the attacks of Lt.Surge's forces during the Second Pokemon War. Armies from Johto, Kanto, and many other regions tried to take down this fortress, but they all failed. The human soldiers and pokemon trained in this fortress played a major role in Chaos Region's victory in the war.
After the Chaos Region finally defeated all other regions, a man named Randor became the King of the entire pokemon world. King Randor then destroyed any military buildings and defensive structures all over the pokemon world, and used the money that was being used to make cities and structures. The Jungle Fortress was turned into what it is now: a town with a few houses and two huge buildings, the prison (in which there are prisoners and guards watching them) and the psychiatric asylum (in which there are psychopaths and some doctors). There are two watchtowers at the town's gates, and a guard who can open or close the gates if needed. At the southeastern part of the town there is a path which used to lead to Lost Town. However, heavy forestation has made this path impassable now. The guy who is at the southeastern house used to have a safari zone at that path to earn money, however King Randor destroyed the safari zone and allowed people to catch the pokemon at that place for free.
P.S. I had mentioned previously that the jail is at the east and the asylum is at the west, but I changed that.
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Feb 26, 07 at 5:40pm ^...
Here is one more city of the Chaos Region:
This is Airport City. Is is the biggest city in Chaos Region. In fact, it is believed to be the biggest city in the entire pokemon world. Chaos Region is the most technologiaclly advanced region in the whole pokemon world, and this airport was the first that was ever created. It played a critical role in the Second Pokemon War, as the other regions did not have airports at all, and the people of these places could only fly with their pokemon. Airport City consists of the gigantic airport, which has hangars, helipads, towers and other buildings, an old town (which used to be called Silence Town, however now with the airport it is not silent anymore), and a modern city (called Riverside City). There is also a railway which can take you to Port City and Central City (to go to Central City, the train has to go underground, as there were mountains and a jungle that blocked the path).
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Mar 02, 07 at 6:07pm ^...
Northern Island, King Randor's Castle of Might:
People who arrive at Nortern Island first face a small jungle of plants and bushes. After these, there is a huge mountain, called the Mountain of Doom, as many people who have entered it to try to get to its top never came out alive. There are two huge waterfalls going down the mountain. Inside the mountain is a huge, dark maze, with huge stones often blocking the way. There are many tyranitars and kingdras (at the water) in this mountain. Some people who entered it ended up getting lost and started starving to death. A few of them who eventually got outside the maze at one of the mountain's cliffs were so desperate that they jumped off the cliff to suicide instead of continue exploring. On the top of the Mountain of Doom, there is the Castle of Might. This castle's walls are extremely thick, and almost impossible to destroy, like its towers. Inside the towers, there are charizards who can burn any invaders. There are some burned trees close to the south-western tower. They were burned down by a charizard, who noticed some ninjas trying to infiltrate the castle silently once. The charizard used fire blast and burned down all the trees, and the ninjas who were hiding inside them were also burned alive. There are also some extremely powerful dragonites in the castle's towers, who can fly and disrupt any invaders while they are climbing up the mountain, or thunderbolt or ice beam them to the ground if they are flying to the castle. Inside the river that is around a part of the castle many abnormally powerful gyarados live, who can hyper beam any invaders, even ones who fly in the air. However, these gyarados still can not destroy the castle's walls, and they have been tamed by the Kings that lived in this castle for many years anyway. So, they are protecting the castle. To the right of the castle are the Woods of Despair, named like this because many people who entered them got lost and died trying to get out, or were killed by the extremely powerful scythers, pinsirs, and other pokemon that live inside it. Now, inside the castle. The people live by fishing, hunting, and farming. To the west of the castle there are some small farms and a river, where people fish. The west part of the castle is also where a village is located, where most of the castle's population lives. The castle's population consists of three types of people. First, the peasants, who are small, weak and cowardly men, useful only for farming, building, hunting, and other work. Then, there are the castle's Warriors. These men are also known as "Immortals", as none of them has ever been known to die in battle. They are tall, strong, brave, ruthless and relentless, and fight with double-handed axes, who are said to be able to slash even steelix armor. The castle warriors disdain armour as a sign of weakness. They were greatly feared during the medieval ages, when the King of the castle would sometimes send them to raid other towns. When these men attacked, they looted the town, destroyed everything and massacred the entite town's population. They have been known to have destroyed over 500 towns, and put to the sword milions of people. Finally, the last kind of person on the castle is the Great King. The Kings ordered the warriors to kill the population of all towns, as they believed (and still believe) that they were corrupted heretics and foul atheists, and the planet needs to be cleansed of such scum. The plan of killing all the humans other than the inhabitats of the castle was known as the "Great Purge". However, today, the Great Purge has finally reached an end, because the Kings of the castle evetually gained control of the etire population of the pokemon world, and converted them to believing in PokeGod ChaosLord. In fact, the word "religion" is not used to refer to that belief, but it is the Truth, not just another random belief like other religions. In the castle, filthy heretics and corrupted unbelievers face public execution by decapitation. The faithless traitors are executed at the Execution Square, which is in front of the Great King's Hall. At the moment, a faithless teenager who dared defy PokeGod ChaosLord and disrespect King Randor (who is considered to be PokeGod ChaosLord's Prophet on earth) is being taken to the Execution square to face his destiny. This science-maddened heretic was accused of spreading atheist propaganda, deluding and corrupting his fellow human's minds. There is a priest, who makes a short speech before the execution. He says "This man is a traitor, a weak, failed child of the PokeGod, and will face nothing but Hell". Then a castle Warrior chops the foul heretic's head off with his big double-handed axe. Sometimes, double executions are held, to instill fear and respect in people's hearts, and prevent them from getting corrupted by false thoughts, because of their weak human nature. King Randor, the castle's current King, is watching the execution from the top of the Great King's Hall, and some peasants are watching too. At the place to the south of the Execution Square is a place where three bulidings are: the Cavalry Stables (for cavalry training), the Hall of Heroes (for infantry training), and the Archery Range (for missile training). To the south of these three buildings are two oter buildings. The Tavern, where the castle's powerful and brave warriors drink and celebrate their victories, or tell tales of them slaying their enemies in battle, inspiring the younger warriors to Brave and Noble deeds. To the right of the Tavern is the Armoury, where weapons are created. To the north-east part of the castle, there is a temple to honor the PokeGod, and the space to its right is a graveyard (it looks like normal grass though). To the south of the temple is a farm, and a place with many cows and sheep. The Castle of Might is virtually impossible to destroy, and its warriors are the finest in the entire pokemon world. Also, there are some gold mines to the south-western part of the castle. Inside the Great King's Hall is said to be an extremely powerful machine-dragon called Machinedramon, who is said to have destroyed Atlantis in the past with an attack called Giga Cannon. It is said to be powerful enough to destroy anything other than the PokeGod, and able to resist all attacks other than the PokeGod's Greatest attack, the ChaosCannon. The PokeGod is said to be located at the top of a frozen mountain at the northest part of Northern Island. A path called the Frost Path, which is located at the north of the Castle of Might, is said to lead to the mountain where ChaosLord is located. However, those who went to search for ChaosLord never returned. From the old ages until now, the Kings of this castle sometimes accepted challenges from warlords. Instead of having their armies fight, the leaders of the armies would sometimes duel. The Kings of the castle have been known to always emerge victorious from their battles against the foul heretic scum that tried to prove they were better than the PokeGod's Prophets. However, this happened very rarely, as the armies of enemies were usually annihilated before they could even see the castle.
Darkness is Eternal.
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Mar 03, 07 at 7:22am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
I just updated the information about the Pokéia region in the third post of this thread. I changed the map of the region a little to add more places to it, and I also added some information for each place.
Heavenly Golden Blast!
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Mar 03, 07 at 7:39am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
These to popular guys in my class are making a pokemon game but its based on my school but the same pokemon era as red,blue & yellow.Their useing the rpg maker to make me like mewtwo lol ill be the strongest pokemon in that game
Visit my site feat pkmn dragon
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Apr 03, 07 at 12:12am ^re: Create a Pokemon game
Well,My version is a combination of some of the pokemon games.So it will actually will be worth buying.
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Apr 03, 07 at 7:45pm ^re: Create a Pokemon game
[color=white]Guys some of those games sound totally awesome you should so sell them somehow!I'd buy!![/color]
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