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I have Asperger's and can seem like I am calm most of the time. My main quell is that I don't like expressing my emotions so they bottle up. Most of the time they just fade but usually lead to depression which then leads to total blocks on everything. Last year because of that I only really ate once a day and that was only two slices of toast, my academic life is a mess but slowly getting rebuilt. Most of the time I am generally doing things alone and rarely participate in group work even if its groups of two, I will just sit there and do the work myself. A few years ago I blamed it for practically everything which happened to me and wished I was someone else, then I thought what would happen if I still remained as I was even without AS. That lead to my first depression.
The main thing I believe which has helped would be the support dog I got in December, in the past 3 months I have improved faster and have been more outgoing than I have since I was around 6-7 years old. Other than that it would be some anime and medication. I am very bad at seeing things through, quitting multiple clubs at school and plenty of out of school activities. I am also very ignorant about things that don't affect me, whether it be some else is ill or being bullied and so forth.
Giga: You are a pretty cool guy. I haven't interacted with you much but you stand out to me as one of the knowledgeable members here. You can get defensive at times but we all do.
The Nyx Avatar: I don't really know you but you seem to be decent at the game and a decent member.
Queen DeVille: Another one I don't really know, but I'm rarely in the DP section nor on DP much due to internet limitations. Would interact more but can't really unless BT (not the member) gets a exchange closer.
Toyo: You are probably one of the most liked members on this forum. To be honest I did think you were older than me until this year,when I found out you are a few months younger than me. Despite that you are evidently my senpai, both in experience on the forum, and also as an idol. (Still wondering how Aix pegged me as one)
Dae: You don't care what YCM thinks of you which I can relate to. You're experienced in MtG and are good at creating graphics. Not much else to say as I don't really talk to you but I do appreciate you presence.
Hina: I like you. You are one of the nicest people I have met on the internet and in life. You help me feel better about myself by posting encouragement for me in my AMA threads and the likes. This year as been rough on me in different ways and you have helped. So thank you.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 07 June 2018 - 01:14 PM
Free Water Stone.
And we get Flash. Which is the boring reward.
I also beat the crap out of it. Now to proceed to clear Falkner’s Gym.
This does not seem safe at all.
Look at the bird.
Rock beats bird. Rinse and Repeat on a Pidgey and Doduo
They are underestimating the power of rocks.
Look at that, TheBoulder wants a move that is not good for a Nuzlocke.
And I am the guy who throws rocks at birds.
Rocks work as well, but lightning is fun too.
Time to murder a birdman.
A full team. Time for fun.
Look, it’s his ace.
Once again. Uproar can hurt.
The Swablu had to have Solar Beam and hold a Power Herb didn’t it.
Uproar still exists though.
It is very useful.
Very useful. That damn Swablu.
Roost is useful, because I have no Pokémon which can learn it.
I wonder what it could be?
I was getting hungry.
Cool, a Super Potion.
Time to get this egg to hatch.
First of all, who are you?
Well, mystery woman left without a word on her identity, and now here is Flakner.
Who wanted to give us his phone number.
Here we have Terry, the Togepi. So, I’ll be ignoring it until I get the Exp Share. Too much of a pain to level without it.
And that is us. Next time we will proceed on to Azalea Town, as well as going to the Alph Ruins. It is also when I am actually uploading this a few hours later, that I realise Alice is male.
Entries into the Ever-Expanding Graveyard:
TheBoulder, the Geodude.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 06 June 2018 - 03:01 PM
We now continue on with our Johto Journey.
Last time we got our starter, a gift from Cynthia, and were accused of stealing something. It was nice of Elm to not defend us, instead it was the friend character. So, now we can move on to Violet City for the first gym.
Oh boy, I wonder what is happening now.
What you are doing is not showing me how to catch a Pokémon, and I am completely fine with that.
Not at all. So, I don’t need you to do it again.
Praise the lord. The catching tutorial was skipped. Now we can catch something.
I could’ve got a Zigzagoon or a Poochyena, but no. I get a rat.
Damn it. Oh well, there is water in New Bark Town.
We have a bite.
Predictable, but we could’ve got a Shellder (35%) or a Chinchou (5%). Either would’ve been nice.
It actually has moves.
Special Attacker you shall be.
Now for our third potential catch.
This could come in handy.
It is gen 4 so Study sucks, nature is kind of eh, but a Rock type is good to have for the first couple of gyms. Time to heal and train a bit.
RIP Garth, you won’t really be missed. Hurray for Wrumple crits.
Time for our Cherrygrove catch.
Well, it isn’t a Magikarp
This Krabby is now tied for my highest level.
That nature ain’t that great. Anyway, onwards to route 30.
Oh, look. Another Water-type. Maybe I should’ve picked Cyndaquil.
Still, it will have a use.
More neutral natures.
We now begin our second trainer battle.
Youngster Joey and his Rattata.
Was faster but Adaptability Tackle killed it.
And now he wants our phone number.
Oooh, flower power. My team is mainly composed of Pokémon which are weak to Grass.
However, I don’t think this will be a problem.
Okay, so not all of them are going to be Grass. Still doesn’t change anything.
RIP my potential Flareon. Why did Bullet Seed have to hit 5 times? Now all I can do is hope for another Eevee.
Revenge is sweet.
Finally, a Cherubi which didn’t do all that much.
I got a Lotad instead of this. I could’ve done with a Galade. Anyway, time for training.
I spy with my little eye more glitches.
Good, ‘cause I need Friedrich to gain levels.
Look at the Jigglypuff.
Can I say, screw Cute Charm. Makes the battle longer.
One dead Skitty.
Ella’s 28 Atk is nice.
We can now get another Pokémon.
And another one.
Dammit. I’m not using the dupe clause, so hurray for me. I can now breed rocks.
Or not. Nothing of value was lost.
Anyway, Alan is fine I guess. Still don’t care for him.
Well, that is what you Bug Catchers do isn’t it.
He had nothing of interest. But he is offering berries for our phone number. So that is nice.
I could’ve got a Shinx, but no. I got a bloody Ledyba.
I am so close to a PokéCenter. I don’t want distractions.
She got annoyed I got ahead of her, and gave me the Vs Recorder. Now PokéCenter time.
We caught a bunch of stuff, and lost a few things. I do not like Alan. I could’ve got a Shinx, which is so much better. Cause Luxray is part Dark, and gains a boost to Speed, and is just awesome. I also want my Eevee back.
Entries into the Ever-Expanding Graveyard:
Garth, the Magikarp
Leo, the Eevee.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 04 June 2018 - 08:30 AM
Well, I have now decided on the next thing to do after losing to Clay because I forgot Sand Rush was a thing. It is time to begin anew in a new region.
We have failed in an Emerald Moemon Randomiser, and in Blaze Black 2. Now we head to the Johto reason, for possibly more pain, as we now do a Nuzlocke of Sacred Gold.
Oh look, Oak.
Yes, that is my name.
This piece of mail is not important whatsoever.
Early Running Shoes.
Early bicycle. Also, I don’t have to hold done X to run.
Time to talk to Elm.
Suspicious person found.
Yes, that is what the mail box says.
You are staring through the window or a lab, dressed in black, at night. Forgive me for being suspicious.
The guy tossed me. I don’t like him.
You do know that there is a suspicious boy looking through your window, right?
Cool, I get a Pokémon on the sole condition that I keep it outside of its Pokéball.
Now I am an errand boy.
I don’t like Chikorita, and since the only changes to the starters are moves and abilities, I am going for Totodile because it has Guts now.
I have taken 5 steps. That is not enough for any data.
Hasty is fine as a Nature, Jolly would’ve been better as Friedrich is a physical attacker anyway.
More free stuff. That is running shoes, a bike, GB Sounds, a Pokémon, and now potions. All before I have even left the town.
I have been promoted to chief errand boy by Elm, I don’t have time to waste.
You can never escape, can you?
Yes, he does. So, can I leave now?
Now that our mum has finished marvelling over the invention of the mobile phone, we can finally leave.
Dammit. They don’t want me to leave.
I am not going to make use of this.
Now for our first battle. Which goes easily.
I go heal and all sprites become negative.
I think the game broke.
And it is back. Restarting the ROM works.
Oh yeah, Pokéball crafting exists here.
Have pockets not been invented yet? Do I not own a bag? Why do I need a specific item to take fruit?
My only interest is the PokéCenter and I know where it is.
Well, I did get an old rod out of following him, so that is fine. I can catch a Magikarp.
Damn Pokéballs being locked until the catching tutorial.
I need to remember Kricketots only have Bide during early levels. Cause that hurt.
I can now grab Apricorns.
It doesn’t look like a big battle.
Well, look who it is.
Didn’t ask, nor care. Can you please step away from the door?
That is not overly specific, but probably. So basically, Red exists, and the archaeology of Johto proves that, somehow.
Yes, but can you move. I have to collect something. You are holding me up.
Now, all I need is a Fire Stone, or a Chilled Ore, depending on nature.
That took a while but she is finally leaving.
Yup, that is a Flareon. An Adamant or Jolly nature would’ve been preferred, but Naughty is acceptable.
That I am. I would’ve arrived earlier, but one of your guests was camping outside to ambush me.
Turns out I am delivering dinner.
Oh, its Oak.
Why are people so interested in me?
It never is, is it?
Having a reason would be good, but I do have to go back anyway.
Oh look, the suspicious person. I haven’t forgiven you.
His name shall be Passerby from now on.
Well, that adds to his suspicious nature.
Adaptability sped that up a bit.
Yes, yes, I do.
That isn’t a name.
Well, I have your name now. That is all that matters.
That is a terrible rule, I suspect the person has just left Cherrygrove by now.
No, they were in Cherrygrove.
Yes, I also told Elm that the boy was looking through his windows.
It doesn’t fit. So, let’s omit the ‘e’.
Yes, it was.
That it is. You could make an omelette from it.
Ah, parental permission. Something which is very easy to get in this world.
Is your name Bank? But yes, you can save money.
And that finishes us for this chapter. Next time we head towards Violet city to take on the Pokémon Gym.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 29 May 2018 - 02:55 PM
We now reach the 13th chapter in this blog where things are suppose to die a lot, which hasn't been happening as much as it was. Which could be a good or bad thing.
Last time we left off we cleared the Nimbasa Gym and fought Flannery. Then I stupidly went a fought Melotta, which went brilliantly. So, I am probably one “end-game” legendary down. Any right now we have Team Plasma to deal with before we can move one. Time to put Crush to use.
Hugh, they are thieves. It shouldn’t be hard to guess.
Well, they aren’t lying.
Why did you ask that?
Hurray, you pissed him off. I want no part in this.
I don’t want to be lumped with Hugh.
Hugh, the man has a point. You are like 12. Those are four adults. Remove the Pokémon from the equation and you don’t win.
Hugh, you dug your own grave. I just want to move on and spend a while running around Charizard Bridge to find a Pokémon.
Cool, why am I the only one affected by the Obedience mechanic here. These are not the original trainers.
Crush is a bit on the low side, being quite a few levels below the rest of my team but it’s a Scraggy. I should be fine.
Almost was a OHK.
Since Crush had nothing good against this, Ares can burn it.
That was close. Mixed up Mirror Shot and Metal Burst for a minute, so I thought Crush was going to have a very early exit.
Neither will I. Now did I remember to buy healing items.
It’s a Beldum. X-Scissor and Brick Break hit for neutral, so hopefully nothing bad happens before I can kill it.
Hurray for Beldum’s every only having Take Down for some reason. It still managed to crit though, and kill itself at the same time.
X-Scissor should kill this. But first more healing.
I do like Crush.
The final is a Scolipede, which Crush can’t really do anything against. So Sal it is.
That was not hard at all.
You could easily use physical force, but that apparently isn’t an option.
Ooh, what? Do tell.
Well, you’re not an idiot.
Hugh, the villains didn’t monologue. You don’t get to.
Well, sucks to be you. Also stop monologuing.
Hugh, has anyone told you that you have a great career in a PokéCenter ahead of you.
Or since I am better than you, you back me up.
After healing up, we are back to Route 5.
Oh look, a dancer. 3 X-Scissors later and I win.
Now for a musician. Who also died to Crush. He also gave us an Electric Guitar.
I wonder what is going on here.
You have the title of Ace Trainer. Don’t go forcing your troubles onto me.
Now for my first Rotation Battle in this Nuzlocke.
I want that Krokorok.
It is a complete shame I can’t get his Krokorok.
What is it now?
Team Plasma: Civil War. Coming to a theatre near you.
You operated on the platform of freeing Pokémon, yet you stole and used them as your own through force. Your entire operation was filled with hypocrisy.
Hugh, they were blissfully unaware that I was standing right here gathering information. You’re an idiot.
That is an idea. There are things I need to first. Like fish, go to route 6 or get better Fire-moves on Ares.
Mate, I don’t want to enter, I want the Move Reminder. I need Fire-moves for Ares.
I don’t wanna. Though, it is a simple matter of Leaf Blading my way through with Baron.
You really do have to jump through hopes and do stuff before the gyms don’t you.
Anyway, Route 6 means another catch. They also got rid of the Driftviel fishing spot in these games.
I care so little for this, I am going to kill it.
The next two weren’t worth it either, Tranquil would’ve been acceptable. Honestly, Deerling is the only Pokémon I really care about here. Same it is currently Spring, Winter Sawsbuck looks the best.
Free Experience. She has a Chansey. Which means I found my farming method. Clay shouldn’t be that hard, as Baron, Yuri and MacCumail are all Super-effective against him.
I have an Upgrade. I can use that Porygon. However, since my team is full it can wait. Anyway, let’s head back to see what Team Plasma want.
Forced interest yes. Clay isn’t at the gym, the Pokémon World Tournament isn’t ready yet, and I am pretty sure I won’t be able to do much at Chargestone Cave.
Experience is always welcome.
A Stoutland. Dies to Storm Throw.
I want to kill this a lot.
Since it had Energy Ball, I did cut my plans short a bit. Couldn’t risk a crit.
And finally, a Buffalo.
It had to survive a Water Pulse + 3 Quiver Dances, and have Wild Charge didn’t it.
Well, revenge is sweet.
I now have more reason to hate you than the evil Team Plasma. They haven’t killed any of my Pokémon yet.
Hugh, he has directly killed one of mine. Calm down. I am still pissed at him. I will gladly take that Zorua though. Time to bury MacCumail. The Irish legend shall always be remembered.
Only problem is, I can’t name this. So, should I use it or not? Nature is good though.
Here we have Lulu. Nature is eh, being faster is nice, but at the expense of Sp.Atk isn’t as nice. Shiny though.
I can also insta-evolve it. And since there are no moves lost by doing so.
Lulu has now become a duck. Now to wait until Route 9 for the Dubious Disk. The damn shopping mall has everything I need, and it is late game.
And that shall leave us for this chapter. We gain a Zorua and a Shiny Porygon, at the expense of a living legend. So, shall I use the Zorua, considering I cannot give it a nickname as its OT is N, or basically bury it? Either way, next time we take on Clay in Driftveil Gym and enter the PWT.
Entries into the Ever-Expanding Graveyard
MacCumail, the Lumineon. Also from now one I am going to immortalise the dead with Gijinkas.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 18 May 2018 - 03:22 PM
Well after being busy for a few days, we now reach chapter 9 of these Nuzlockes.
Last time we left off, we arrived in Castelia after getting our second badge and becoming a movie star, as well as a small scuffle with Team Plasma. We can now begin our trip around Castelia City.
First stop, the Battle Company. As I can train here and there is a harlequin for the harlequin hunt.
Can’t Pokémon battles be opinion battles, in a sort of “might makes right” way?
More easy training.
One down, two to go.
I don’t really care for a tour, but I am up for a battle.
As a reward for beating him, we get gifted two Quick Balls.
Let’s just steal items from this company.
Cool, all that matters is whether we battle.
Just take the elevator up, that should allow you to find out.
More free stuff.
This guy needs to meet a quota.
This guy gives us Timer Balls.
The spy’s info was right. The entire company is run by a child.
I believe it was more that my Pokémon were higher levelled.
The second seasonal starter giver. However, since our party is full we will have to come back later. Since it is Spring the one I can get is a Torchic.
The second Harlequin Hunt person.
And the third and final one.
Why is Clyde standing outside the gym?
Dammit Burgh. I suck at finding things.
So, this isn’t the first time then?
Not actively, but yes.
My first thought would be the large sailing ship in the harbour.
On our way to catch up with Iris, we get a Rare Candy for completing the Harlequin Hunt.
So, we’re not investigating the large suspicious boat then?
I am not really in suitable wear for walking around in a sewer.
No, but apparently they are hiding in the sewers.
I’m pretty sure they will be dirty if we do find them here.
I still don’t like this.
I am pretty sure I could beat you if we fought right now. The current record is 2-0 to me.
Then it sucks to be you then. Now we have a portable PokéCenter, and complete annoyance.
Well I get a pick of two rats for my catch here.
Thankfully it got in the ball, or else it would’ve been murdered by Rollout.
They really were hiding in the sewers.
You do look the part.
Time for a double battle.
Yes, they do. That battle also proved I am better than you, since you lost your Pignite.
What a coincidence.
Yeah, Strength which is now Rock-type.
I’ll be training. Ares and Sal can both be useful against you.
But first, another catch.
This is okay, since Rhyperiors are cool.
Dammit. I could’ve had a Garchomp.
That battle wasn’t hard.
Neither was this one.
This Poryon had Trace, which became Contrary. So, the Scientist being the smart man he is used his X Sp.Def.
I smacked your Porygon around not you. Now with all the trainers I can reach in Relic Passage defeated, time to go grab seasonal starters.
No, he is just generally mad.
Damn the natures on Rina and Ryan hurt. Now I need to find a Flame Orb for Rina, and get a Protector for Ryan.
And that is us for this chapter. After some off-screen training, we go to fight Burgh and whatever tourist is sitting around Castelia.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 12 May 2018 - 07:25 PM
Current progress on a 5* +10 Catria (+Spd/-HP). Was debating between Fury and Brazen Atk/Def but since Fury nets more kills on both the Enemy and Player Phase I'll probably stick with it. Desperation is used as I don't have access to any better B skill, Chill Def would be good for team support, but otherwise doesn't impact kills all that much. Threaten Def will probably be switched out for arena weight for Drive/Dual Spur or a spare Smoke skill I get.
Bonfire nets more kills than Aether (2 cooldown vs 4) and Luna (more consistent damage). Draw Back is mainly used for getting units out of the way, though Reposition/Dual Rally would be preferred. Slaying Lance+ has both the Spd and Def refines done, though both net the same number of kills. Seal is currently Guidance, mainly as I use it to help move Eirika/L!Lyn around in Arena, though will probably be using Close Defence at a later date.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 10 May 2018 - 07:06 PM
Wow those natures are kinda rough but this should be good
Jolly, while not ideal, is better than what I've had before. Leaf Blade is still a good physical choice, and Leaf Storm/Draco Meteor can easily allow Baron to Special Sweep again. If it was Overgrow, I probably would focus on Coil and Leaf Blade. Lele's is just annoying.
Anyway, buckle up cause this is a long one.
When we left off, we had just met an old man who jumped off a cliff and asked us to follow him to become stronger. This is how you either become an anime protagonist or a missing person.
Because a young child asked us to.
We progress onto route 20, which means trainers and a new Pokémon. Along with lots of murder for Lele and Baron.
First up, this youngster. It is also raining.
Lele managed to take down the first opponent, a Patrat which had a level on Lele. So I now have no potions. Should’ve brought some. But Lele can bite things now.
The next opponent of a raccoon fell to the mighty Baron. Hurray for completely unnecessary crits. Baron also obtained Vine Whip.
After picking up some potions and getting everyone healed up, we have one more obstacle before we can get our third party member.
Oh, three Pokémon. Which means level 4-5s.
Well, damn. Not only did it crit, but also won a speed tie. Lele bows out after one chapter.
Needless to say, Baron got revenge.
The Purrloin and Sunkern she had we completely useless. That Pidgey on the otherhand.
This is a nice find. 5% chance for a Shroomish. You can also find Bagons here, though only a 2% chance.
That is a good nature. Also, he is named Gregg because I have a craving for a sausage roll.
We now move onto the third trainer in our path. Another one with 3 level 5s.
This was annoying to see. Spearows have peck, both my Pokémon are Grass. Luckily, Gregg scored a crit on his first move, then was growled the next turn.
With Petey’s Lillipup dead, his third Pokémon is another Flying. So, it is time for Baron, as Gregg’s defence was lowered.
And the Hoothoot done nothing. It tried and failed to use Hypnosis, then used Foresight. Then died.
Since we can’t progress this way without a gym badge, it is time to head to the farm.
Here we are, the farm which is focused on Mareep rearing.
And our catch is an Azurill, could be better.
All it did was Tail Whip.
Naughty + Huge Power + STAB priority move after evolving. Azu isn’t bad. Now before I progress as there is a fight with Hugh before he can get his map, it is time to train.
After training against a selection of these along with Mareeps and Tyrouges, my team is now ready to fight Hugh.
And so, we begin our rematch, currently sitting 1-0.
I may be a wee bit over levelled , but levels mean everything here.
That Hugh Power STAB Headbutt.
Victory is now 2-0 to me.
Looks like the owners have shown up.
Free item, this will help Azu.
They seem to have lost one of their dogs.
Calm down Hugh. It’ll be fine, I’m pretty sure the dog can take care of itself.
An on hand healing station, meaning we don’t need to head back to a PokéCenter.
We found another trainer. Who had nothing of value.
We then beat up a Janitor.
And this happens.
Yes, yes, a move shall be forgotten and replaced with Dragon Rage. It is stupidly good early game. Set 40 damage is good.
That’ll help with training.
That is a suspicious person with what I assume to be the missing Herdier.
I’m sorry, but you failed so I don’t care.
The grunt throws us a TM and then runs away.
Now that the Ranch is done, we can return to Alder.
Alder decides that because we are too powerful, we must fight these school kids instead of him training us. It was an easy win because Dragon Rage. Also, Seymour had Water types, so Leaf Tornado also worked.
Oh yeah, the Medal box. I forgot that was a thing.
Alder has given us our next challenge. Clear the Aspertia Gym.
And I have no idea what this is.
Oh, it’s for Keldeo.
Berries, Unova’s limited resource. Alder then goes on about taking the Gym challenge.
I spy a familiar face.
This will be the final battle for this chapter.
Gregg takes down Roxanne’s Anorith with a combination of Bullet Seed and Stun Spore.
The next opponent is Nosepass.
Who fell to the same combo. Both Anorith and Nosepass had super-effective moves in Bug Bite and Ice Punch, but Gregg’s defence held.
The final opponent was Lileep, which died to Dragon Rage.
With us healed up, that wraps us. Next time we officially take on a Gym Leader and head onwards to the next city.
Entries into the Ever-Expanding Graveyard:
Lele, the Patrat.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 09 May 2018 - 05:46 PM
Ouch that's harsh. Randomized stats are...very tricky to deal with too.
They can either be a blessing or a curse. Sometimes you get a very high HP, High Attack/Speed Flareon (around 250 HP by level 60, while Flareon has 240-334 at level 100 normally), other times you get worthlessness. Anyway, time for Chapter 5.
We move on from Hoenn, ‘cause it is cursed with my failures to Unova. Doing Black 2 as Zekrom is better than Reshiram and Rosa/Mei is better than Hilda/Touko.
Hello first female professor.
Wait, it’s not Juniper. Cause I am drawn to failure we are doing Blaze Black 2 this time, which means a possible Contrary Snivy. Reason this isn’t randomised is because it can’t without breaking the game.
Rosa is better than Nate.
Yes, well not really.
This is Hugh. I have no better name for him.
Saving impacts nothing at this point.
Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.
What about all those trainers who don’t own a Pokédex?
So, Bianca’s other appearance or character traits aren’t important enough. She has been reduced to her hat.
I’m not an idiot, you use a can opener don’t you.
Hugh, I find it difficult in a city with a PokéCenter and a soon to be trainer school there is a grand total of one Trainer.
I’ll try small child. The world can be a cruel and unforgiving place. As an world weary teen who hasn’t left the city I know these things.
Who’s this I wonder?
Oh yeah, the key system. Should I use the Challenge Key or not?
After getting given a bunch of keys, which can increase/decrease the difficulty and so forth, we reach the top of the Outlook.
It is a nice view.
No, I don’t know me.
She must have been told about sarcasm.
Okay, now some differences. Serperior becomes Grass/Dragon, +5 HP and +2 Speed, and can start with Contrary. Emboar gets +5HP, +2 Attack, +15 Def. – 30 Sp.Attack, + 15 Sp.Def, and can start with Thick Fat. Dewott and Samurott become Water/Fighting and Samurott gets +2 Sp.Attack and +5 Speed, and can start with Shell Armour. Since Contrary is great, we will go for Snivy, cause laughing at Growl and Leer early game is fun.
Here we have Baron, our first Pokémon.
*Laughs* Jolly Nature is annoying, but still. Leaf Storm exists, though now at level 68(46 for Snivy and 56 for Servine) as Dragon Rush is learned at 62 instead.
Bianca, it is simple. He wants power and to find something. The Pokédex helps, kinda.
What a coincidence.
That is acceptable.
Time to get some bacon.
This is why Contrary is nice.
Using Tail Whip was your mistake. If you just used Tackle you would’ve won. You lost because your stupid.
Free healthcare, a staple in the Pokémon world along with expensive water.
Free Pokéballs, of which there are 30.
Free bike renders the running shoes we received basically pointless.
With the catching tutorial over it is time to catch our first Pokémon.
Here we have Patrat, Unova’s answer to Rattata. At level 5 as well, which is great.
If that failed, this would’ve been short. Baron had 4 HP, and the Patrat hit for 6.
Well, that explains the damage. Modest nature hurts a bit. Anyway, time to heal, and there is a town just to the right.
It’s the guy with the hair animation.
With our Pokémon healed, now is a good time to stop. Next time we go to the house of a stranger, go to a farm and fight some trainers. So should I activate the Challenge key to increase the chance of things dying by increasing the AI's intelligence and trainer levels ranging from 1-5 depending on the progress, or leave it as it is.
Entries into the Ever-Expanding Graveyard:
Posted by Azure Wolf on 09 May 2018 - 01:27 AM
Skarmory's base of 70 speed doesn't matter as stats are randomised as long as they still total the BST, so Saya will remain with the 465 BST but has a different distribution. Anyway, time for chapter 4.
Posted by Azure Wolf on 08 May 2018 - 10:25 AM
Time for the third attempt, which hopefully goes better.