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Apr 21, 11 at 8:48am ^re: Create your own Pokemon Game!
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Story: Many years have passed since team rocket have shown their face. They have been hiding away, waiting for their break, and finally it has come! A new region has been discovered, teeming with new Pokémon. This region is Terra! People flocked to the region to populate it, and everything seemed to good to be true. But it didn't last. Team Rocket soon migrated and expanded; taking over almost a whole quarter of Terra, and that is not all. Tsunamis, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Hurricanes, Blizzards and Lightning storms are decimating the region and its people. The gods have become angry. It's time to take a stand. You are the hero, born and raised in Kings-foil town, plotting out on an epic journey that will not only bring peace to the land, but also give you a whole new look at Pokémon!
Regions: You start off in Terra (Obviously) and when you complete the epic and long journey you can go to Sinnoh or Unova, where you can start a whole new journey (the Pokémon are nearly all level 100 so you have to be careful.)
Starters: Tumbleweed, Pandrop and Sparkoal
New Rare Pokémon: Hydrak (Water/ Dragon) Level 60
Sinkhole (Ground/Dark) Level 60
Ventava (Fire/ Rock) Level 60
Teyephoon (Flying/ Water) Level 60
Blizzmind (Ice/ Psychic) Level 60
Astraphobia (Electric/ Ghost) Level 60
Virtue (Psychic/ Dragon) Level 100
Hierarchy (Dark/ Dragon) Level 100
Anarchy (Ghost/Dragon) Level 100
Abomacreation (??? / Dragon) Level 100
Old Rare Pokémon: Darkrai Level 80
Cresselia Level 80
Arceus Level 100
Kyremu Level 100
Genosect Level 100
Victini Level 100
Gym leaders: Sunshine (Fire Leader): Charmole (Fire/Normal) Level 12
Cleocat (Fire/Electric) Level 15
Rocky (Rock Leader): Orenament (Rock) Level 20
Balboa (Rock/ Fighting) Level 22
Volta (Electric Leader): Starsrukk (Electric / Physic) Level 29
Shockorb (Electric) Level 28
Pondillo (Grass/ Fighting) Level 29
Fern (Grass leader): Vileroot (Grass/ Poison) Level 35
Fun-gas (Grass/ Poison) Level 34
Ferndillo (Grass/ Fighting) Level 36
Bruce (Poison Leader): NightScare (Ghost/Poison) Level 44
Scaregrow (Grass/ Poison) Level 46
Titanium (Steel Leader): Armourbrawl (Steel/ Fighting) Level 50
Knightanium (Dark/ Steel) Level 49
Steamguin (Fire/Steel) Level 50
Hex (Psychic Leader): Lockroach (Bug/ Psychic) Level 56
Pharoar (Fire/ Psychic) level 58
A-Nile-Ator (Electric/ Psychic) Level 57
Sunrah (Psychic/ Fire) Level 59
Luncifer (Psychic/ Water) Level 59
Plasma (Ghost Leader): Poulterhiest (Ghost) Level 65
Datarace (Steel/ Ghost) Level 65
Mind-pain (Ghost/ Dark) Level 67
Roartomb (Rock/ Ghost) Level 67
Coffin’ (Ghost/ Poison) Level 63
Hemshock (Grass/ Ghost) Level 70
Aftermath: Well, congratulations on beating the Gym Leader but it’s not over yet. No it’s far from over. You now have two new battle options: The Elite 4 or the Guardians. As you know the Elite 4 consists of 4 strong trainers and a Champion. This leagues Elite 4 are quite challenging, the champion’s Pokémon all being Level 100. You get to choose which order you battle the Elites in. The Elite 4 consists of the elements that were not included in the gym: Dark, Ice, Bug and Dragon. The Elite Champion has Pokémon of various types, so have a well-balanced team! The Guardians are something that has never before been seen. The Guardians are a group of strong individuals, all guarding the Pokémon Gods realm. If you want to obtain the 4 strongest Pokémon in this game, you must obtain the Guardian Blessings. These Blessings are pieces of rock with ancient markings on them. When (or if!) you beat all the 8 guardians, you can piece the Blessings together and get the clearance rock! Then, when you are told of the hidden cave, go there and insert the clearance rock onto the tablet. From there on, you have to find the legendary beasts in the maze. Guardians can be found on the eight Islands that surround Terra. Their Pokémon vary in levels, you might battle one with level 80 Pokémon, and then one with all Level 100 Pokémon! It is recommended that you challenge the guardians first so you can level up your Pokémon further and be ready to challenge the Elite 4.
Elite 4: Suzanna (Dark Elite): Burngandy (Dark/ Fire) Level 79
Sea- Lian (Water/ Dark) Level 78
H2Ark (Dark/ Water) Level 79
Soulminer (Dark) Level 80
Suzanna is the dark leader of the Elites. She has a dark reputation, said to claim the challengers soul if beaten. However, none of this is true. Suzanna is actually very kind and polite, but beware. She never holds back in a battle. If the Elites had an order, she would probably be the first person you battle.
Collin (Ice Elite): Snowshake (Ice/ Ground) Level 90
PolarSnare (Ice/ Steel) level 89
Avabranch (Ice/ Grass) Level 92
Collin is the veteran elite and has been an around even longer than the champion! His icy glare and chilly tone all point to ice. As strong as a glacier and as fast as an avalanche, Collin is a formidable trainer. Despite only having three Pokémon, he is the most experienced Elite, however, he is surpassed only by sheer power and strength, so if there were an order, you would battle this powerhouse third.
Crawley (Bug Elite): Skorpoison (Poison/ Bug) Level 92
Scarantula (Bug/ Poison) Level 89
Dragonsky (Bug/ Flying) Level 90
Sucksqueeto (Bug/ Fire) Level 91
Senseiuck (Fighting/ Bug) Level 95
Oh my god! Model material! Crawley is the best-looking Elite, and his power only adds to his golden reputation. Girls love him and kids adore him, not to mention he is truly a force to be reckoned with! His high level and loyal Pokémon can pull through any day. He is only surpassed by Collin’s experience, so if there were an order, he would be second.
Draco (Dragon Elite): Dreimmortal (Dragon) Level 95
Armashreddon (Dragon/ Fighting) level 96
Bombardon (Dragon/ Fire) Level 95
Gruddgon (Dragon/ Dark) Level 97
Ever since Pokémon began, Dragon Types have always been a pain. Unfortunately, this is still the case. Draco looks quite eloquent and charming in his black tuxedo, but don’t be fooled. His gentleman personality completely disappears on the battlefield. The shear ferocity of his Pokémon alone is enough to make you want to run. Add in power, defense, speed and smarts and you’ve got Draco’s Pokémon. No Trainer has ever been know to swat Draco away, as all his battles are pumped full of adrediline. He is unmistakably the strongest Elite out of the bunch.
Before we name his Pokémon, let’s explain the champion. He is very elusive, no-body knowing were he came from. His battle style is unique and unwavering. He puts his Pokémon’s needs in front of his own. It is rumored that he came up from nothing to defeat everybody. Not much is know about the Elite Champion. He travels around a lot but no-body recognizes him and he prefers it that way. Many trainers dare challenge him without knowing who he is and don’t hold back. He loves it when a full heated battle begins. He prefers not to be know to other people and to be treated like and ordinary citizen, not a champion. You might meet him in the streets one day or invite him to your house without knowing he was the champion. His Pokémon too are a mystery to those who haven’t battled him, so unfortunately, I cannot name his Pokémon, but if you do battle him, be very prepared!
Guardians: These ancient battlers are not known. They are a mystery to you and to me. You can only find out about them by first hand experience. Only two things are known about the Guardians. The first; they always ask you before a battle. They only challenge you if you talk to them and if you except. The second is that they all have a tattoo of a Z on their necks. They Guard the mystical Ancient cave, said to be home to the 4 power fullest beasts ever known: Virtue, Hierarchy, Anarchy and Abomacreation. This beats are said to be the creators of people and Pokémon. Only with the Clearance rock can you find Ancient Cave and it’s secrets.
Aftermath: Sinnoh or Unova remain after the game is finished so you can start a new journey all again or you can explore the new area that the Champion gives you permission to visit. You can train and capture Pokémon all at level 100! You can also capture some of the other regions legendary Pokémon. Lots of options still remain.
Pokémon list: Coming Soon!
This took me soooooo long!
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