So, I've been really curious about something for a while now! I'm currently doing a Gijinka Storylocke challenge fanfiction for Pokemon Sun and I'm having a ton of fun with it, but there's times where I wonder if the world of the plot has any holes in it. For example, I've decided that the world of this fanfic is made up of Pokemon humans, so they're people with the abilities and powers of Pokemon, which is treated a lot like magic in the story. There are no traditional humans in this story, and as such, it changes the world a lot. Though I'm having fun world building and I want to keep this idea going, I realized that doing this kind of caused the world to feel a little strange at times, since I couldn't write in things like "the call of birds in the distance", "the buzzing of bugs in the evening", and other extra details like this to add flavor to scenes. I constantly find myself wondering if a world where the animals are the people is a bad idea, since it sounds a lot like the world doesn't have animals in it, just humans with animal traits. I'm constantly fighting with the question of "Should there be normal Pokemon in this world along side the Gijinka characters, or would that be strange?" and other questions like that. It can get frustrating, considering I've committed to this story idea. Anyway I'm rambling-- I'm here to ask a question to all Nuzlocke story writers, readers, or people considering making one: Do you ever find yourself struggling to write your Nuzlocke story because of a detail that's hard to grasp? In addition, do you find it hard to write Gijinka Storylockes? If you've ever written a Nuzlocke Fanfic or Comic (gijinka or otherwise), how have you overcome difficulties with your writing and/or plot holes and road blocks in your contexts?