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Poke'mon Toxic Challenge!

Discussion in 'Pokémon Games Discussion' started by Toxic881, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. The Poke'mon Toxic Challenge

    Rule 1
    If a Poke'mon faints, it is treated as dead, and can no longer be used.

    Rule 2
    You can only train Poke'mon of your starter's type.
    Charmander- Can train Fire and/or Flying types
    Bulbasaur- Can train Grass and/or Poison types
    Piplup- Can train Water and/or Steel types
    Exeptions include HM Slaves and Shiny Poke'mon.

    Rule 3
    You must toss or sell the following items if they are obtained:
    Antidote, Master Ball, EXP. Share, Lucky Egg, and Rare Candy

    Rule 4
    You must battle every Trainer and cannot run from wild Poke'mon.

    I wish you more luck than I had.


    Question: What happens If I white/black out?
    Answer: You must take the last Poke'mon killed and go to the nearest route. Enter the grass/water/cave and encounter a Poke'mon. You must immediately throw a Poke' Ball, of any form. If it fails, run away and attempt to capture a new Poke'mon. If it succeeds, this Poke'mon is treated as your new starter, and you can only train Poke'mon of it's type. You can only use Poke'mon in the PC box if they fall into these perameters.

    Q: What do I do with gift Poke'mon?
    A: If it's one of the types of your starter, it can be trained. if not, it must be stored and cannot be used.

    I can adress later questions in later posts.

  2. KoL

    KoL Expert FPS Player
    Staff Member Moderator

    Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    I actually quite like this idea.

    Want to make it ridiculously hard for yourself? Try this with Pokemon Yellow.
  3. Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    Pikachu, Jolteon, Magneton and Electrode sounds like a fun team when you play against Giovanni.

    If you even get that far.
  4. KoL

    KoL Expert FPS Player
    Staff Member Moderator

    Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    Giovanni should be the least of your worries considering you have to fight Brock with only Pikachu.

    Also you forgot Zapdos, who is effectively the only reprieve you'd get from this hell.
  5. Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    When I first read this, I immediately said I'd get the water type (particularly Piplup)...but considering how long it takes to get another besides your starter, maybe not. But otherwise this sounds fun.

    Question though, can you train a Pokemon that will later evolve to have your starter's type? For example if you have Empoleon, could you train a Riolu?
  6. Psycho Monkey

    Psycho Monkey Member of the Literary Elite Four

    Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    I think that's the logical assumption Carmen since Lucario is half Steel. I would also imagine Onix is fair game as long as you evolve it to Steelix the moment you get a Metal Coat.
  7. Re: Pokémon Toxic Challenge!

    In response to Carmen, yes, you can.
    Example, In my LeafGreen run, I replaced my starter after a whiteout with Pidgey, but trained a Metapod, knowing it evolved into Butterfree. Of course, this file ended in the worst possible case scenario, but the point still stands...


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