You know what's fun? Developing theories. But I'm currently out of theories. What a shame. I guess I'll just have to type in this text box. I had an idea to get all my cores and spheres together and have them talk on here at some point. Since you all seem to love them so much.
In today's post, we're going to discuss Choosing a Good Test Subject.
To choose a good test subject, they must have several traits.
• Lack of the following personality flaws - Cowardice - Impaired motor skills - Poor judgement - Fear of: o heights o weights o depths o bullets o fire • Lack of or extremely low tenacity • Lack of any mental or physical disorders (unless for specialized testing) • Lack of superpowers or mutations • Between the age of 15 and 35 (this may vary for non-human species).
Test subjects under the prior requirements are good for a standard testing environment. These test subjects will not develop schizophrenic traits, nor will they leave the testing area or attempt to kill you. By following these requirements for a test subject, you can have a safe, successful, and scientific test.
Most likely tomorrow, I'll try nuzlocking on Emerald. First time Nuzlocking, and I'm going by these rules.
1 - If a Pokémon faints, you must release it. (Even if it dies from out of battle poisoning) 2 - Status healing, HP and PP repleneshing items must NOT be used at any point during the game, however the Pokémon Centre is available. (So if you're poisoned on your last turn of battle, run to the pokemon centre, fast.) 3 - You're Pokémon must all have a Nickname. They are your friends, to watch them die is heartbreaking. 4 - Legendaries must not be used in Battle. 5 - You can only catch the first pokémon you see in a new area apart from event, gift pokemon and in-game trades. 6 - You cannot trade from any other of your games or trade anything with your friends, unless your friend is also taking the Challenge. 7 - Status Healing Berries are only acceptable as a held item. 8 - Master Balls are banned. 9 - If all your Pokémon faint, and you have none remaining in your boxes, you can no longer continue.
I just need confirmation from Eclipse.
I'll record on this blog, and I'll do about 2 hours or so a day, or at least when possible (probably only weekends).
Oh yeah, 2/9/11 is the most important date in the world, do not forget it.