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The_Missing_Link
24th September 2003, 04:36 PM
This has been Mod Approved by Lawrence_III_Fanatic and again by Lady Vulpix, also Pidgeot and Bronze_Umbreon who helped get everything straight. Also, we’ve been inducted as the first official Capture Center, that’s the same as an Adoption Center only you Capture the Pokemon.

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Pokemon Avengers: The Race Against Extinction V-20.0!!!
Created By: Quicksilver62160
Helped By: The_Missing_Link

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Introductions: Welcome to Avenger’s Mansion, home of the Pokemon Avengers! This is our main base, located in New York City near Central Park; from here we branch across the World to fight the extinction of Pokemon. Thanks to the original members we have been able to advance our technology, create new bases, and recruit more Avengers allowing us to better track patterns in Pokemon locations. We were originally created to prevent the Poachers from reeking havoc upon the pokemon world, but since earlier developments the poachers have joined the Avenger team to save the pokemon… and to take on a much greater evil. His name is Mortiegama, the death brining king, leader of the Shadow Stalkers. His minions are extremely powerful spirits, stronger and faster than any enemy we’ve faced before. They alone have dealt such a horrific blow to the pokemon world that sadly, all first and second level evolutions have been driven to extinction, along with the Dratini family, and the legendary pokemon. Now we can only find Basic Pokemon in the field, with few First Evolution Pokemon whom have narrowly escape the Shadow Stalker’s grasp.

This is where you come in, I've hired you to go out there and capture Pokemon! You must travel to the different Continents, and zones to search for the Pokemon species there! You will be given ample equipment and supplies to get you through the various worlds. Mortiegama and his minions are constantly attacking Avengers however, so be on your guard, and prepare to run if you come across any of them. Your modes of transport are set, the world is open for you to travel… good luck, my new Avenger.


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Rules:

1) Posting is like the Original Game
Pokemon Found/Continent/Area#/Equipment Left/Action

Lets say I have 1 Pokeball left, and am in North America, Region 1 fighting an Ampharos and I feed it, I'd type this:

Raichu/North America/1/1-0/Feed

Equipment: 5-5, Five Pokeballs, 5 Special Balls (Fast Ball, Lure Ball, Heavy Ball, Hyper Ball, and Master Ball), every time you use either, change the number

NEW: Radio and Cell Phone! Every now and again, I’ll post a helpful tip, play a song to lure out a Pokemon, or give you vital information for your Adopted Pokemon. And once per week you are allowed to PM me with a question about where to find Pokemon, what’s the most common, or anything you need help with.

2) In light of some misunderstandings, I will clear up the attack action misconseption. The attack comes from you, not your adopted or your other captured Pokemon (if you have one). The only attacks that can be used are status effect attacks, such as stun spore, sleep powder, confuse ray, poison powder and supersonic. No "normal" moves are allowed (I.E. water gun or tail whip). Also, you can use traps, food, rocks and attacks whenever you come in contact with a Pokemon. You don't need anything special to be able to use these options.

3) Pokemon will be on differing levels. You can advance levels by training them in different places, they come with the first moves in the Pokedex to that level. You will now have a chance to encounter 3 Pokemon at a time. You can ONLY find BASIC Pokemon, the only First Evolution available will be- Kadabra and Gyarados

Basic Pokemon- Level 5 (Mr. Mime, Scyther)
First Evolutions- Level 10 (Gyarados, Kadabra)


4) Do not hint or ask for Pokemon, that is not allowed, also, you CAN’T capture Dragonite Family or any Legendaries in this game. You CAN buy an Eon Key at Pokemon Avengers: Temple Of Knowledge (http://www.pokemasters.net/forums/showthread.php?postid=283006#post283006) which will allow you passage to a special island where you can pinpoint one pokemon and go directly to it.

5) These ARE adopted Pokemon so you may only capture 15 Pokemon between here and Crystal Caves, so choose wisely. If you run out of Pokeballs, then you can get a fresh supply a day later.

6) If you get an of the new Pokedolls from Pokemon Avengers: Temple Of Knowledge (http://www.pokemasters.net/forums/showthread.php?postid=283006#post283006) you can now bring them here and use them to aid in capturing Pokemon. You may also mix Pokeblocks there to increase the likelihood of capturing a Pokemon.

7) You can only run five times before you run out of runs and lose a Pokeball. Your five count of runs renews itself though, everytime you go after a Pokemon or you switch areas.

8) In order to access Atlantis, the Moon, or the Abandoned Space Station you must have a Continental Key attuned to that area. You may also win various other keys that have hidden powers. Though you will not know what they do, when you are in the right area they will activate and unlock hidden mysteries of an ancient power left to preserve the Earth. You can win these at the Pokemon Avengers: Temple Of Knowledge (http://www.pokemasters.net/forums/showthread.php?postid=283006#post283006).

9) Ancient Glyphs are powerful items that will unlock secret mysteries as you travel through the Avenger worlds. Match the element type or physical type with an area most common and you will soon find something you had never expected.

10) Items can not be exchanged between Pokemon Avengers and Crystal Caves unless otherwise specified (ie: TMs, Juices can be used).


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Warning- Atlantis is slowly sinking, we’ve only lost one area, but we are unsure if we will be able to save the others. Enjoy this lost continent while it still exists. Also, thanks to our teams of scientists, we’ve discovered areas with Pokemon on the moon. The moon is completely unlocked, explore its mysteries by getting a Moon Continental Key or grab a new Abandoned Space Center Key to explore there. Keys are found at ]Pokemon Avengers: Temple Of Knowledge (http://www.pokemasters.net/forums/showthread.php?postid=283006#post283006).

Layout:

North America- Electric, Psychic and Steel

1) Eastern Forests: 75% Electric, 20% Psychic, 5% Steel and Other
2) Southern Bell: 40% Psychic and Steel, 15% Electric, 5% Other
3) Plain Midwest: 50% Steel, 20% Psychic and Electric, 10% Other
4) Western Beaches: 80% Electric, 10% Steel and Other, 0% Psychic
5) Mountain Chain: 75% Steel, 25% Other, 0% Electric and Psychic
6) Central Desert: 75% Psychic, 10% Electric and Steel, 5% Other
7) Frozen Tundra: 85% Psychic, 5% Electric, Steel, and Other
8 ) Great Lakes: Fishing at Random
9) Death Valley: 60% Electric, 25% Steel, 15% Other, 0% Psychic

South America- Bug, Grass, and Fire

1) Amazon River: 50% Bug, 30% Grass, 15% Fire, 5% Other
2) Rainforest Region: 50% Grass, 30% Bug, 15% Fire, 5% Other.
3) Mountain Top: 75% Fire, 10% Bug and Grass, 5% Other
4) Plateau Terrace: 50% Fire, 20% Bug, Grass, 5% Other
5) Amazon River Fish: Fishing at Random
6) Ruins Of The Incas: 60% Grass, 30% Fire, 5% Bug and Other
7) Deforestation Region: 70% Bug, 20% Fire, 10% Other, 0% Grass

Africa- Ground and Rock

1) Sahara Desert: 45% Ground and Rock, 10% Other
2) Tropical Rainforest: 65% Rock, 25% Ground, 10% Other
3) Mountain Region: 75% Ground, 15% Rock, 5% Other
4) Nile River: Fishing At Random
5) The Savanah: 70% Rock, 15% Ground, 10% Other
6) Victoria Falls: 45% Ground and Rock, 10% Other
7) The Pyramid: 55% Ground, 35% Rock, 10% Other

Europe- Ghost, Flying, and Normal

1) Scottish Haunted Castles: 100% Ghost, 0% Flying, Normal, Other
2) Grassy Knolls: 40% Flying and Normal, 15% Ghosts, 5% Other
3) Mountain Regions: 65% Flying, 25% Normal, 5% Ghost and Other
4) Ancient Ruins: 75% Normal (Unknown), 15% Ghost, 5% Flying and Other
5) Mediterranean Sea: Fishing at Random
6) Ancient Forests: 65% Ghost, 15% Other, 10% Normal, 0% Flying
7) Shores Of Normandy: 70% Normal, 20% Flying, 10% Other, 0% Ghost

Asia- Dragon and Fighting

1) Mount Everest: 45% Dragon, 35% Fighting, 20% Other
2) Valley Regions: 75% Dragon, 15% Fighting, 10% Other
3) Frozen Tundra: 50% Dragon, 40% Fighting, 10% Other
4) Great Wall: 75% Fighting, 15% Dragon, 10% Other
5) Japanese Docks: Fishing Island at Random
6) Tropical Canopies: 45% Fighting, 35% Other, 20% Dragon

Australia- Dark and Poison

1) Outback: 45% Dark, 45% Poison, 10% Other
2) Plateau Region: 75% Dark, 15% Poison, 10% Other
3) Eerie Swamps: 75% Poison, 15% Dark, 10 % Other
4) Murkwood Forest: 80% Poison, 10% Dark, 10% Other
5) Island Docks: Fishing at Random
6) Shadow Graveyard: 75% Dark, 25% Other, 0% Poison
7) Sulfur Mines: 65% Poison, 30% Dark, 15% Other

Antarctica- Ice and Water

1) Frozen Tundra: 50% Ice, 45% Water, 5% Other
2) Icebergs: 75% Water, 15% Ice, 10% Other
3) Freezing Waters: 50% Ice and Water, 0% Other
4) Eskimo Hole: Fishing At Random
5) Eskimo Village: 65% Ice, 25% Water, 10% Other
6) Icy Cliffs: 75% Ice, 20% Water, 5% Other
7) Underground Lagoon: 70% Water, 20% Other, 10% Ice

Atlantis- All Types

1) The Ancient City- 100% Normal(Half Submerged)
2) Volcanis- 100% Fire
3) The Quarry- 50% Ground and Rock (Underwater)
4) The Garden of Eden- 100% Grass (Underwater)
5) Peaks of Mt. Nomad- 80% Ice, 20% Dragon
6) Banks of the Aiwa- 100% Water (Underwater)
7) Dense Forest- 50% Bug and Poison
8 ) Elysian Fields- 100% Psychic
9) Lightning Reavers- 100% Electric
10) Warrior Stronghold- 100% Fighting (Underwater)
11) Towers of the Beasts- 100% Flying
12) Land of the Iron Giants- 100% Steel
13) The Dark Underbelly- 80% Dark, 20% Ghost (Underwater)

The Moon- All Types

1) The Dark Side: 80% Dark, 20% Ghost
2) Electric Crater: 100% Electric
3) Moon Rock Mines: 50% Ground and Rock
4) Icy Pole: 100% Ice, 20% Dragon
5) Magma Fields: 100% Fire
6) Elysian Fields II: 100% Psychic
7) Forest Biodome: 50% Grass and Bug
8 ) Toxic Gas Swell: 100% Poison
9) Zero-Gravity Fighting Dojo: 100% Fighting
10) Underwater Caverns: 100% Water
11) Metal Scrap Yard: 100% Steel
12) Moontain Chain: 100% Flying
13) Ancient Alien Moon City: 100% Normal

Abandoned Space Station- Unknown

1) Observation Deck: Unknown
Note: You can only use Teleporting Alakazam and Hyper Stellar Grifor to reach the Moon or the Abandoned Space Station

You must choose one of these continents there and try to capture as many Pokemon as quickly as possible! Pokemon will appear in each area, and the percents are the odds of finding that type in the area.


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Air Pidgeot- Our Flying Transport, jump aboard our massive Pidgeot, and he'll fly you to any Continent with a tremendous flap of your wings.

Teleporting Alakazam- Our Psychic Transport, call for Alakazam to get out of a perilous jam, he'll instantly Teleport you to any other Continent and region

Extremespeed Arcanine- The fastest way to travel, jump on the back of our Arcanine, and he'll run you across the Water or Land faster then you can blink.

Dugtrio Underground Railroad- Our Train Transport. Hop on these Dugtrio, and find a new meaning to Underground Railroad, as you are warped to any Continent in a second.

Lapras Liner- Our Water Transport. Jump aboard this Cruise Ship to travel in style and fashion to any of the Continent, this is the only way to travel.

Hyper Stellar Grifor- A test transport, faster then ExtremeSpeed Arcanine on the ground, and faster then Air Pidgeot in the air. When he moves time nearly stands still.

Tyranitar Ground Service- Much like ExtremeSpeed Arcanine but not as fast, Tyranitar can move over the ground quickly if the need be.

Deep Sea Swampert- Get out onto the water and dive beneath the waves for an ocean floor cruise on Deep Sea Swampert.

Altaria Cloud Dancers- For a more relaxing ride, trying passing through the sky via clouds on Altaria Cloud Dancers.

When you want to move to a new Continent, you'll type:
Continent/Area #/Transport Mode

Lets say you go to North America Eastern Woods by Extremespeed Arcanine, type:

North America/1/Extremespeed Arcanine.


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Important Information:

When you capture a Pokemon, they count towards your Capture Pokemon limit and like Adopted Pokemon, you must raise them, take care of them, and buy items for them. If you want to raise your Captured Pokemon levels, get items for them to use in battle, TMs to give them special attacks, or to gain more Capture Center Pts, go to The Capture/Adoption Center Rules (http://www.pokemasters.net/forums/showthread.php?threadid=14548), you'll find everything you need there.

Skitty_Pelliper
24th September 2003, 11:01 PM
Opps,I fogot to freeze it...:o O_o
Eevee/Antartica/2/3-5/Use Ice Beam,then throw Pokeball.

The_Missing_Link
26th September 2003, 03:57 PM
S_P- Aiming an ice beam at the Eevee, you shoot it and watch as it connects and instantly freezes her up. Lobbing another Pokeball, she goes in this time but it's not enough because after a few shakes, she comes right back out, quickly defrosting:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Skitty_Pelliper
26th September 2003, 08:09 PM
O well,
Teleporting Alakazam/Abandoned Space Station/1

The_Missing_Link
26th September 2003, 08:21 PM
Sorry, you need an Abandoned Space Station Key for that and right now, Quick isn't active so the Temple of Knowledge is currently down. Sorry about that

Skitty_Pelliper
26th September 2003, 08:52 PM
But you said...

Note: You can only use Teleporting Alakazam and Hyper Stellar Grifor to reach the Moon or the Abandoned Space Station

The_Missing_Link
26th September 2003, 08:56 PM
Warning- Atlantis is slowly sinking, we’ve only lost one area, but we are unsure if we will be able to save the others. Enjoy this lost continent while it still exists. Also, thanks to our teams of scientists, we’ve discovered areas with Pokemon on the moon. The moon is completely unlocked, explore its mysteries by getting a Moon Continental Key or grab a new Abandoned Space Center Key to explore there

I suggest you read the rules more carefully next time

Skitty_Pelliper
26th September 2003, 09:12 PM
O well.
This sounded intresting,so...
Air pidgiot/Africa/7

P.S.When are you going to make some songs for the radio thingy?

P.S.S.Nobody else is here,so I'm getting loney:(:no:.

*Murkrow
27th September 2003, 03:50 AM
*Wanders in*
This looks interesting....it doesn't matter that I'm playing at the CCCC does it?
Anyway...

Australia/6/Extremespeed Arcanine

LightNinetales
27th September 2003, 04:12 AM
Charmander/South America/3/4-5/Get Closer

(Just a little question:If I want to attack the Pokemon,can I attack it with one of my adopted pokemon?)

Skitty_Pelliper
27th September 2003, 10:45 AM
No,Pokemon Avengers have the power to attack other pokemon without their pokemon's help.(only status attacks)Don't ask me how they do it, I don't know.

P.S.I'm not lonley anymore!:)

LightNinetales
28th September 2003, 02:58 AM
Charmander/South America/3/4-5/Uses Sleep Powder.

Pikachu101
28th September 2003, 11:35 AM
Glad to see PA making a comeback :grins at TML: anyhoo 1 pokeball left.

Europe/4/Air Pidgeot

The_Missing_Link
28th September 2003, 06:16 PM
Remember people, you can be customers at Pokemon Avengers and CCCC at the same time but you can only catch 15 Pokemon between both of them so keep count of how many Pokemon you've caught. It's not our jobs to keep count


S_P- Whistling for a Pidgeot, you wait a few minutes before you hear screeching from above. Looking up, you see a Pidgeot divebombing you but before you can move away, he slows down and lands right next to you. A bit perturbed, you still get on and ask her to take you to The Pyramids in Africa. Trilling, she complies and rising up in the air, you swiftly head north to a much warmer continent. At first, the ride is much colder due to the frezzing wind chill you're passing through but once you pass the equator, things become much warmer until you land next to one of the Egyptian pyramids, feeling brutal in a jacket and pants. Immediately peeling the clothes off, you feel much better and head towards the nearest pyramid, which is a bit smaller than normal but it looks important as an Onix, Larvitar and Sandshrew guard the entrance:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can try to get pass the guards and into the pyramid or go to another pyramid


Sneasel- Look above at my gold notice

In the NY Base, you climb onto one of the Arcanines to head towards the Shadow Graveyard in Australia. Flying forward, you start to head cross-country but you know the US well enough to know the scenery of each state. As soon as you get to California, you speed pass the cars on the backed up highways and soon see the Pacific. Heading towards the ocean, you think you're going to sink but Arcanine is able to run on the water and you head southwest to your destination. An easier travel than going across the US, the only problem you have with the water is all the mist constantly spraying you but the ride is short and smooth and you come quickly to the island continent/country of Australia. Heading inland, the ride to the graveyard is even shorter and soon enough, you come to the entrance. Already shaking from the ominous presence surrounding it, you hop off it Arcanine and head towards the graves. As soon as you come towards one of them, a Houndour, Sneasel and Carvanha appear out of nowhere to just look at you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can explore the graveyard some more


LN- Skitty is right. You can also use trap moves like meanlook, fire spin, whirlpool, wrap and bind. And also please edit your posts next time instead of making new posts so we can cut down on the spam

Getting a bit closer to the Charmander, he starts to back away but he has no chance to escape as you use sleep powder on him to send him into dreamland:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Pikachu- In the sense that there were only 2 people playing recently? I suppose you're right but PA has always had its ups and downs

Walking out of the cave, you head outside and call for the Pidgeot. Soon enough, one comes down and you hop on as soon as he lands. Getting up into the air, you grip Pidgeot tightly as you tell him to take you to the Ancient Ruins. Going straight across Asia and then into Europe, the trip is quite quick and you feel much better as you land outside of the temple in a warmer country. Going inside, it doesn't take long for you to spot some Pokemon as you see an Aipom and Togepi bouncing on top of a sleeping Snorlax's stomach:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can barely push around Snorlax to get into other corridors

Skitty_Pelliper
28th September 2003, 06:51 PM
Africa/7/Try to get past the guards and into the pyramid

*Murkrow
29th September 2003, 11:00 AM
*Reads gold notice*
Got it.

Heh, Sneasel

Sneasel/Australia/6/5-5/Trap it with Mean Look

LightNinetales
29th September 2003, 01:26 PM
Charmander/South America/3/4-5/Get Closer then uses Pokeball....*crosses fingers*

Pokemaster Cody
29th September 2003, 03:50 PM
-_-.......Good to be back (YET again)

Antartica/2/Altaria Cloud Dancers



(BTW: WHere's Quick?)

The_Missing_Link
29th September 2003, 04:45 PM
S_P- Pointing to an obscure direction in the distance to distract the guards, it apparently works as they look in the direction, trying to see what you're pointing at. Running past them, you make your way inside without any confrontation. The inside is quite dark but with torches lit around, you can see it's decorated with many pictures of Egyptian life and their culture. Taking out one of the torches, you hold it out in front of you and start to move forward but unexpectedly, a Rhyhorn, Cubone and Baltoy show up in front of you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

There are 3 passages you can take


Sneasel- Using a meanlook, you successfully trap her while the other 2 Pokemon run/hop away:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- Edging a bit closer, you take out a Pokeball and throw it at Charmander. Getting sucked in, the ball rocks back and forth a few times but it's not enough to capture him as he pops out, already waking up from his nap:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Cody- Hey man, nice to see you back. Where have you been? Quick's been busy with school and work so I'm the only one working right now. I haven't talked to him in weeks though so I might have to take care of this for a while

Coming back to PA for another round of Pokemon capturing, you hop on to Altaria's back (or the cloud, per say) and float up to head towards the Icebergs. With the Pidgeot and any other means of air transportation, it's all about speed. With the Altaria though, it's more comfort than anything. While traveling at a relatively fast pace, you're still able to enjoy the view from above without watching it whiz by you in a flash. The trip is longer, but it was well worth it as you show up in Antarctica double the time it takes for the Pidgeot to take you there, which isn't very long at all. Hopping off, you feel all nice and toasty in your warm clothes. Still able to travel easily without feeling bunched up, you start to cross a few icebergs when you spot a Mudkip, Goldeen and Wooper playing water tag:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to hop icebergs or go into the water

LightNinetales
29th September 2003, 04:47 PM
Charmander/south America/3/3-5/Uses Stun Spore

*Murkrow
29th September 2003, 04:50 PM
Sneasel/Australia/6/5-4/Use Master Ball

Pokemaster Cody
29th September 2003, 05:23 PM
Originally posted by The_Missing_Link
Coming back to PA for another round of Pokemon capturing, you hop on to Altaria's back (or the cloud, per say) and float up to head towards the Icebergs. With the Pidgeot and any other means of air transportation, it's all about speed. With the Altaria though, it's more comfort than anything. While traveling at a relatively fast pace, you're still able to enjoy the view from above without watching it whiz by you in a flash. The trip is longer, but it was well worth it as you show up in Antarctica double the time it takes for the Pidgeot to take you there, which isn't very long at all. Hopping off, you feel all nice and toasty in your warm clothes. Still able to travel easily without feeling bunched up, you start to cross a few icebergs when you spot a Mudkip, Goldeen and Wooper playing water tag:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to hop icebergs or go into the water

As of yet I'm trying to be pretty specific in my searching, seeing as how the end is drawing closer. And I think I'll avoid these guys and jump into the water and try to find what I'm looking for.

BTW: I had quit for a while, now I'm back so, I guess I'll just see if I can get back into the playing of this game.


So, uhhh...

Antartica/2/Jump In Water

Skitty_Pelliper
29th September 2003, 11:45 PM
Africa/2/Go in middle passage

EDIT:Not that it really matters,but I got more posts in here than anybody.

Pikachu101
30th September 2003, 07:52 PM
Uh I was in Europe - 3 before, why would i need to go over Asia?

Anyways, Dang that randomizer is mean, Let's see Togepi or Snorlax?

Snorlax!/Europe/4/0-1 (Dang)/ Knock out Togepi and Aipom with Thunder Wave, Hit snorlax with Spore and then Blizzard

The_Missing_Link
1st October 2003, 05:58 PM
LN- Using a stun spore on the half asleep Charmander, you successfully paralyze but this makes him mad:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Sneasel- Quite eager, aren't we?

Not wanting to waste any time, you hurl a master ball at the Sneasel. Zipping inside, she tries to fight the strength of the ball but honestly, who can fight the master ball? With that said, she gives up and lets the light fade out. Congrats, you caught a Sneasel!

Sneasel at Level 5 (female)
Base Stats and Attacks to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 CCP
Personality: Naive
Trait: Inner Focus - Prevents flinching

What will you do now?


Cody- What do you mean 'the end is drawing closer'?

Stripping off your heavier clothing, you attach a breathing device to your mouth to help you breathe and jump into the water to explore. The water is bitter cold but you're able to handle it. It appears you can find Pokemon easier down here as you immediately spot a Feebas, Wailmer and Spheal little ways off:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to explore underwater or go back onto the icebergs


S_P- It really doesn't. I've gained 1000+ posts since I first joined PA. Beat that ;)

Going into the second passage, you find it just as dark and ominous as the central hall. Only the torch is saving you from running out of the pyramid altogether. After a few minutes down the straight corridor, it feels like someone is following you. Turning around, you find your suspicions to be correct as a Trapinch, Mudkip and Gligar are closely trailing you for no reason:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

The only things you really can do is continue down the corridor or go past the Pokemon into one of the other passages


Pikachu- Sorry, I thought you were in Asia before :P

Using a thunderwave immediately, you strike the other 2 Pokemon and send them rolling off of the Snorlax. Lifting his head, the Snorlax wonders what's going on when you spray him with a sleep powder. Drifting off to sleep, it gives you a perfect chance to use a blizzard, but it manages to freeze only 3/4 of him since Snorlax is a large Pokemon:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Pokemaster Cody
1st October 2003, 06:23 PM
You know, the great big battle and stuff Quick established. I'll keep swimming.

Skitty_Pelliper
1st October 2003, 10:02 PM
A Trapinch!Yay!:)
Trapinch/Africa/7/5-3/Feed
Also,I got the most posts in this thread:P.

*Murkrow
2nd October 2003, 03:41 AM
Yay^_^
*Hugs her Sneasel*

Australia/6/Explore the graveyard some more

Pikachu101
3rd October 2003, 06:13 PM
Snorlax/Europe/4/0-1/First, Stun Spore, then get the Remaining 1/4 with Ice Beam, and finish with my Heavy Ball! (God this better work :prays: )

The_Missing_Link
3rd October 2003, 08:49 PM
Cody- heh, I don't think we'll get to the big battle for a while, as long as Quick's away

Moving away from them, you start to swim a bit deeper although the lighting is much poorer as you go down. You think nothing of it however and swim more swiftly. Starting to feel the cold a bit more, you continue to swim, thinking you'll find something. A minute later, you start to feel woozy and lightheaded. Stopping where you are, you start to panic as you're completely surrounded by black. Looking up, you can barely see the light from above. Starting to pass out, you're suddenly pushed from behind by 3 heads. Soaring upwards, you quickly surface and wildly look around to see who helped you. It turns out to be a concerned Chinchou, Squirtle and Carvanha who saved you from imminent danger:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can dive back down or go back onto the icebergs


S_P- Still, not a big accomplishment. After the post counters were visibly taken away, there has been spamming on the boards by people who wanted to up their post count

Taking out a piece of food, you throw it to the Trapinch who quickly accepts the offer and immediately goes for it:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Sneasel- Successful in capturing Sneasel, you pocket the ball and continue on through the graveyard. Continuing to examine the ancient gravestones, you find that the whole graveyard is dedicated to Pokemon. Although in such a dismal environment, you think it's kind of sweet to have a personal burial ground for Pokemon. Minutes later, you feel yourself being latched onto. Looking down, you see a Larvitar trying to swipe at your pants leg, an Eevee gripping your leg with its claws and a Murkrow ready to headbutt you down:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

All you can really do is fight them and get away


Pikachu- Stun sporing the mostly frozen Snorlax, you then freeze the rest of him up with an ice beam. Throwing your last ball, which happens to be a heavy ball, you watch as it smacks against the ice but sucks Snorlax in anyway. Praying that it'll work, you don't even need to as the heavy ball is designed to hold Pokemon like Snorlax in. So it's no surprise when after a few shakes, the light goes out. Congrats, you caught a Snorlax!

Snorlax at Level 5 (male)
Base Stats and Attacks to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 CCP
Personality: Hasty
Trait: Immunity- Prevents poisoning

*ding dong* Sorry, but you have ran out of Pokeballs. Come back tomorrow and you'll get a fresh batch and restart your adventure. Cya till then

Skitty_Pelliper
3rd October 2003, 09:50 PM
Trapinch/Africa/7/4-3/Use Master Ball.

*Murkrow
4th October 2003, 01:57 PM
Murkrow/Australia/6/5-4/Use Spore

LightNinetales
4th October 2003, 03:07 PM
Charmander/south America/3/3-5/Uses Pokeball....

The_Missing_Link
5th October 2003, 03:03 PM
S_P- Launching the master ball, the satisfied Trapinch rushes into the ball. Rocking around a bit, you know the outcome though and watch her give up and let the light go out. Congrats, you caught a Trapinch!

Trapinch at Level 5 (female)
Base Stats and Attacks to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 CCP
Personality: Hardy
Trait: Hyper Cutter - Attack cannot be lowered

What will you do now?


Sneasel- Releasing a spore at the Murkrow, he goes down for the count while the other 2 chicken out and run away:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- It takes more than single moves to catch a Pokemon. You need combos to successfully capture a Pokemon. Just remember that in the future

Throwing another Pokeball at the Charmander, the paralysis eludes him for the moment and he destroys the Pokeball with his claws:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

*Murkrow
5th October 2003, 03:39 PM
I think this is right, sorry if it isn't
Murkrow/Australia/6/4-5/Run, continue exploring the graveyard

Wolfsong
5th October 2003, 06:11 PM
I'd like ot release Nahima (poochyena) and Asher (vulpix) then I would like to take the extreme speed Arcanine to Mountain Top of South America please

Pokemaster Cody
5th October 2003, 10:09 PM
I'll thank them and go back to iceberg hopping

Skitty_Pelliper
6th October 2003, 11:40 PM
I'll make its breeded move Dragonbreath.
Africa/2/Walk around,in hope of finding a pokemon I want.

The_Missing_Link
7th October 2003, 07:36 PM
Sneasel- Walking away, you continue around the area, starting to get bored. You know that the graveyard isn't a hazardous place so you find the nearest tree to lay against. Closing your eyes, you doze off a bit. What seemed like hours later which in reality was only a few minutes, you hear an ear-piercing scream. Immediately waking up, you glare at a cackling Sableye with an Absol and Cacnea behind him:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to explore the area


Nala- *releases Pokemon*

Getting on an Arcanine, you head towards the Mountain Top in South America. Knowing the travel pace of Arcanine well enough, you relax as Arcanine runs south and across many terrains before coming to the woods of SA and then the mountain base. Running upwards, it doesn't take long before you get to the top and hop off. Instantly, you see some Pokemon such as a Torchic, Cyndaquil and Charmander:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can head in any direction


Going back to iceberg hopping, you leap across a couple of them, slipping on the way. Getting tired of it, you go more slowly, watching where you leap. Heading across one of them, you slip backwards and fly headfirst into the water. Coming up sputtering, you hear snickers and look to your left to see a Mantine, Clampearl and Horsea try to not laugh at you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can get back up on the ice or stay in the water


S_P- Continuing down the passage, you soon spot more pictures on the walls and torches as well. Up ahead, you see a fork in the passage and choose to go left. Walking down, it looks the same as the main passage but you soon come upon a dead end. Pushing against it to see if it leads elsewhere, you're a bit surprised when the wall rumbles and pushes sideways quite easily. Opening into a brand new room, you look to see a tomb in the middle. Built from pure gold stone, you think that the king must be lying in there. The curiousity getting better of you, you lay the torch on the ground and starting to lift the top of it. Creaking like the wall, it opens up quite easily, which makes you kind of suspicious but you're intent on finding out what's in the tomb. Pulling it up all the way, you suddenly get a heart attack as a Phanpy pops out and scares the living crap out of you while a Geodude and Nincada come out from behind a pillar, laughing and crying at the same time:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can either go out into the right passage or go out to the main hall and go into either the first or third passage

Wolfsong
7th October 2003, 07:44 PM
Charmander/South America/3/5-5/If the charmander is shiny i will throw my master ball. Otherwise I will just head north and keep looking.

*Murkrow
8th October 2003, 01:44 PM
Yay yay yay yay yay, Absol^_^

Absol/Australia/6/5-4/Trap it with Mean Look

The_Missing_Link
10th October 2003, 09:19 PM
Nala- Glancing at the Charmander, you see that she's normal colored and walk on northwards. Heading up the mountain and by the lava flow, the temperature starts to rise but it's still cool enough for you to bear it. Right up ahead, you see the top and walk some more until you look over the edge. There, you see a huge lake of lava and a Magby, Houndour and Vulpix playing at the side of it:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can go in any direction


Sneasel- Trapping Asol with a meanlook, it doesn't help much as she starts to become angry:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

LightNinetales
11th October 2003, 04:24 AM
Charmander/south America/3/2-5/Uses Stun spore,then Sleep Powder

*Murkrow
11th October 2003, 03:27 PM
Absol/Australia/6/5-4/Put it to sleep with Spore

Skitty_Pelliper
13th October 2003, 10:56 AM
Hyper Stellar Grifor/south america/3

The_Missing_Link
13th October 2003, 03:34 PM
LN- Since Charmander is already paralyzed, you can't use stun spore again but you can use sleep spore and do just that and put him to sleep once more:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Sneasel- Throwing spore over Asbol, she drifts to sleep, which gives you an opportunity to attack:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


S_P- Walking out of the pyramid, the massive Grifor is already waiting for you. Larger than 3 football fields, the dragon bends its head down so you can climb on. Sliding down its head and neck, you grab on tightly as a bright light surrounds you. Feeling like you're ripping through time and space, you instantly find yourself in the Mountain Tops of South America. Since he can't land, the Grifor lowers his head down again for you to slide off. Rather close to the ground anyway, you slide down onto the ground and get up. Scanning around, you already find some luck as you see a Ponyta, Growlithe and Cyndaquil look up in amazement at the Grifor flying away:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can go in any direction

Twilight Lune
13th October 2003, 07:12 PM
Hey I'll join looks like fun. ^ ^

Atlantis/3/Air Pidgeot

The_Missing_Link
13th October 2003, 07:18 PM
Sorry, but you can't go to Atlantis, the Moon or Observation Deck without special keys. At the moment, you can't get them so you're only restricted to the 7 continents

Twilight Lune
13th October 2003, 07:21 PM
Oops! Sorry about that I thought you could go to Atlantis just not the Moon and Space Station. ^^''' My mistake, uh Africa/3/Air Pidgeot.

LightNinetales
14th October 2003, 09:55 AM
Charmander/south America/3/2-5/Approach him,then try to use another pokeball,since Charmandaa is paralyzed and asleep....

*Murkrow
14th October 2003, 11:21 AM
Righto then

Absol/Australia/6/4-4/Use Pokéball

The_Missing_Link
16th October 2003, 07:22 PM
TL- Getting onto the Pidgeot in the NY Base, you fly off towards the Mountain Region in Africa. Soaring across the sky, you find the breeze to be quite refreshing as you quickly cross the Atlantic Ocean and then into the heart of Africa. Heading downwards in the southwestern region, Pidgeot starts to go into a steep dive but you know that he would never put you in danger so as you cling on for dear life, he pulls up just in time and lands quite smoothly on the rocky base. Getting off, you start to walk around when you see a Cubone, Phanpy and Mudkip starting to scale the mountain:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can either climb the mountain or explore the base some more


LN- Approaching the Charmander a bit more, you lob another Pokeball at him. Going inside, he starts to rock around but it seems status attacks aren't enough to do him in as he comes out a minute later, yawning and starting to get mad as well:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Sneasel- Throwing a Pokeball at Absol, she goes in and fights against the power of the ball. And it seems to work for her as pops out moments later, waking up:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

*Murkrow
17th October 2003, 10:53 AM
Hmm, guess I'll have to try again then.
Um, not totally sure if I can do this, I'll say anyway.

Absol/Australia/6/4-4/Use Spore than Thunderwave

The_Missing_Link
20th October 2003, 04:15 PM
Sneasel- Using another spore, you send Asbol back to sleep and then use thunderwave to paralyze her and make sure that she won't escape for a while:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

*Murkrow
20th October 2003, 04:26 PM
Guess there's only one thing I can do now:

Absol/Australia/6/3-4/Use Pokéball

LightNinetales
20th October 2003, 04:26 PM
Charmander/south America/3/1-5/Is Charmander still asleep and paralyzed?If he is still asleep and paralyzed,I'll use Toxic.If he isn't,I'll use Thunderwave,Sleep Powder and Toxic.

Twilight Lune
24th October 2003, 04:19 PM
Cubone, Phanpy and Mudkip/Africa/3/5-5/I'll run and explore base.

The_Missing_Link
24th October 2003, 09:34 PM
Sneasel- Throwing another Pokeball, Absol flashes back inside and starts to rock around. Like before however, she pops back out, but only barely:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- Since he's already paralyzed, you can't make him paralyzed again but he is waking up so you use another sleep powder to put him under. This time, you change it up a bit and use a toxic. Splashing against his body and seeping into his bloodstream, it's only time before he starts to blanch horribly:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


TL- Walking around the circumfrence of the mountain, you really don't see much of anything except for the mountain and other mountains in the distance, littered with boulders. As you turn another corner though, you see an entrance to a cave. Gladly escaping the blandness, you walk in and immediately turn on your flashlight. Scanning the area, you see nothing but feel the cold that didn't exist outside. Feeling refreshed, you walk for a bit until you come to a fork. In front of the fork though is a Aron, Solrock and Anorith just standing there:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can either go into the left or right passage

Twilight Lune
25th October 2003, 08:32 AM
Aron/Africa/3/5-5/Mean Look/Sleep Powder, Thunder Wave

LightNinetales
25th October 2003, 11:47 AM
Charmander/south America/3/1-5/Get closer,waiting for the effects of Toxic.

Skitty_Pelliper
25th October 2003, 04:19 PM
cyndaquil/south america/3/3-4/use ice beam

Charizard04621
27th October 2003, 07:32 PM
Europe/3/Altaria Cloud Dancers

The_Missing_Link
28th October 2003, 06:07 PM
TL- Just focusing on the Aron, you send a sleep powder at him. While the others scatter, he's left all alone and is caught up with the sparkling dust. Breathing them in, he slowly drifts off to sleep. After he falls down and starts to snore, you send a thunderwave at him and watch as he starts to twitch:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- Moving a bit closer, you watch as Charmander starts to get more pale and sick from the toxic:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


S_P- Immediately sending out an ice beam, it slams into Cyndaquil and freezes him up completely but within a few minutes, red starts to show through from within and the ice starts to quickly melt from his flame:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


C04621- Climbing onto the fluffy back of an Altaria, you swiftly take off from the NY Base to the Mountain Regions in Europe. Although traveling at a fast pace, the ride is rather pleasurable and scenic, with you being able to look at the ocean below you. With land looming ahead, you start to get more excited and as soon as you land at the base, you hop off and start jogging around to look for Pokemon. Soon enough, you spot a Skarmory, Charmander and Taillow in the distance:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to explore the base or climb one of the nearby mountains

Charizard04621
28th October 2003, 06:41 PM
Taillow, Skarmory, Charmander/Europe/3/5-5/Run

LightNinetales
28th October 2003, 07:01 PM
Charmander/south America/3/1-5/Throw Pokeball.

Twilight Lune
28th October 2003, 07:31 PM
Aron/Africa/3/5-5/Pokeball

*Murkrow
31st October 2003, 01:21 PM
I'll take a chance on this.

Absol/Australia/6/4-3/Use Heavy Ball

The_Missing_Link
2nd November 2003, 06:31 PM
C04621- Opting to explore the base, you travel around the circumfrence of it, not finding much of anything. Tired of just walking around now, you start to climb the tricky mountain. With few crevices in it, it's hard travel but you know that the mountain has many levels for resting, almost making it look like it was man made. After another half hour, you doggedly scramble onto the first level and sit down to rest but soon see a Pidgey, Swablu and Tropius fly nearby you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

All you can do is to continue climbing the mountain


LN- Throwing your last Pokeball, you watch it slap against Charmander and suck him in. After the long, frustrating process of whittling down his health, you hope it's worth it. And after a couple of minutes, it appears to be true as the ball finally stops and releases it's familiar [i]ping![/b] Congrats, you caught a Charmander!

Charmander at Level 5 (male)
Attacks and Stats to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 CCP
Trait: Blaze- Fire moves raise when HP is low

What will you do now?


TL- Hurling a Pokeball at the little Aron, you watch as he goes inside. After a few rocks, the ball opens up and releases him back outside, where he starts to yawn and wake up:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Sneasel- Throwing a heavy ball at her, it gobbles her up and the long wait begins...

Actually, it doesn't as Absol is too light for the ball and is able to escape quite easily and starts to wake up soon after:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Twilight Lune
3rd November 2003, 06:42 AM
Aron/Africa/3/5-5/Attack with Toxic

LightNinetales
3rd November 2003, 01:27 PM
Europe/1/0-5/Extremespeed Arcanine

*Murkrow
3rd November 2003, 02:37 PM
Absol/Australia/6/3-3/Use Ice Beam then throw a PokéBall

Charizard04621
4th November 2003, 05:07 PM
Pidgey, Swablu, Tropius/Europe/3/5-5/Continue climbing the mountain

The_Missing_Link
5th November 2003, 07:45 PM
TL- Using toxic on Aron, it just rolls down his back as poison attacks have no effect on steel types:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- Getting on the Arcanine, you fly down the mountainside, through the forests and onto the ocean to head northeast towards the Scottish Haunted Castles. Causing huge waves to roll over, you get soaked in the process but the water is a much needed refreshment. Soon enough, you see land and then get onto the flat terrain before going over many hills before arriving at the castle. Eager, you jump off and head through the opens doors before seeing 3 ghost Pokemon instantly: a Duskull, Misdreavus and Shuppet:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can start climbing the stairs or go through one of the many doors


Sneasel- Starting to get frustrated, you use an ice beam to freeze her up before she awakes and then throw another Pokeball. Rushing inside, it takes a couple shakes before she comes back out, defrosting. It seems you need to do one more thing before you can secure yourself another Pokemon:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


C04621- Ignoring them, you start to climb once more, up to the second level. It's just as hard as the first level, but you start to get the hang of it and it's easier to find more footholes. Gaining ground a lot faster, you make it up to the second level in no time and to your surprise, find a cave opening. Even more surprising is finding a Gyarados, Skitty and Natu all sleeping together:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can either climb on or try to get around them and go into the cave

Charizard04621
5th November 2003, 07:50 PM
Hmm, I don't want to disturb the sleeping pokémon, because if they wake up, I'd be in a really bad position...

Gyarados, Skitty, Natu/Europe/3/5-5/Continue climbing the mountain

*Murkrow
6th November 2003, 11:45 AM
Absol/Australia/6/2-3/Use Spore, then Ice Beam again, then throw a PokéBall

LightNinetales
6th November 2003, 12:33 PM
Misdreavus/Europe/1/0-5/Uses Stun Spore,then Sleep Powder

The_Missing_Link
10th November 2003, 09:18 PM
C04621- Opting to climb upwards some more, you begin the easy but boring climb once more. Clamboring upwards onto the next level, you really don't see much of anything except a spectacular view on the other side. Moving over to the edge to look at the scenery, you start to hear something crack and look around to see what it is but don't see anything. Shrugging, you turn your head back around to continue looking but you hear the crack again and look down to see the rock crumbling beneath you. Trying to move backwards, you start to fall and scream but something grabs ahold of you before you get yourself seriously hurt. You look up to see a Bagon trying to pull you back onto ground, with a Zubat and Surskit right behind them. Helping them out, you grab onto the nearest part of the ledge and use that to push yourself back onto land. After doing so, you smile gratefully for their help:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Continue to climb


Sneasel- Using ice beam once again, you freeze her up and then use sleep powder, but it doesn't work since she's frozen and can't breathe in the dust. Throwing another Pokeball, she goes in and starts to rock around a lot. Frustrated by last time, you close your eyes and pray that she stays inside this time. Minutes later, you hear a ping! and open one eye to see the Pokeball completely settled. Congrats, you caught an Absol!

Absol at Level 5 (female)
Attacks and Stats to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 CCP
Trait: Pressure- Enemy's PP goes down by 2 when hit

What will you do now?


LN- Throwing some stun spore onto Midreavus, she sniffs it in and immediately starts to freeze up. And then a little bit of sleep powder causes her to drop onto the floor and snooze for a while:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

LightNinetales
11th November 2003, 04:57 AM
North America/9/0-5/Extremespeed Arcanine

Charizard04621
11th November 2003, 07:02 PM
Argh, I still have to keep climbing? X_X

Ok fine, I'll thank the Bagon, Surskit, and Zubat seriously for saving my life and then I'll keep climbing. :/

Bagon, Surskit, Zubat/Europe/3/5-5/Thank pokémon and continue climbing the mountain

The_Missing_Link
15th November 2003, 11:10 PM
C04621- This will be your 4th run, btw. If you run away again, you will lose a Pokeball

Sick of climbing upwards again, it's the only way to go so you succomb to it and go up once more. Luckily, the top isn't too far away and you climb a bit faster to get to it. 10 minutes later, you reach the top but is disappointed to find nothing. However, another cave opening stares at you right in the face waiting for you to enter. Since you have nothing better to do, you go into it and click on your flashlight as a set of stone stairs greets you. You find it odd that man made stairs could be found inside a mountain but you decide to not dwell on it further and start to head down. After a few minutes, you start to get dizzy from the continuing spiral stairs but still go onward. 5 minutes later, their ground starts to even out and the stairs end, leading into a straight tunnel. Luckily, light is shining through at the end and you run towards the exit. Excited as to where it may lead, you run into the light and find yourself coming out of the base of the mountain you climb. Pissed off, you start to curse the mountain when you see an Aerodactyl and Scyther flying above you and a Chansey waddling towards you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can go anywhere


LN- Please make sure what exact Pokemon you're looking for before suddenly heading off in different directions --;

Leaving the Misdreavus alone, you walk out of the house and whistle for the Arcanine. In minutes, he arrives and takes off again with you on his back, heading for Death Valley. Grasping your filled canteen tightly, you head across the ocean and to North America. Arriving rather quickly, you start to run across the country, experiencing many different scenery changes. However, you've seen it before and don't take much notice since it's going by at a fast rate anyway. After 10 minutes, you arrive in California and fast approach the Valley. Coming onto it, you see a vast valley of sand dunes and get off of Arcanine's back. Before you have to search though, you look to your left and see an Electrike, Mareep and Plusle head into the valley as well:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Head into the valley

LightNinetales
16th November 2003, 05:15 AM
Mareep,Plusle,Electrike/North America/9/0-5/Head into the valley

Charizard04621
16th November 2003, 08:57 AM
Ohhhhh... I thought when you said "continue climbing the mountain" I had to keep climbing and couldn't stop to try to catch pokémon. O_o

Aerodactyl, Chansey, Scyther/Europe/3/5-5/get closer

SWEET! Three rares in one shot! I'll try to get closer to the Chansey.

The_Missing_Link
20th November 2003, 09:42 PM
LN- Ignoring the 3 Pokemon, you start to go into the valley. Making sure your canteen is full and your visor is on, you trek through the deep sand to wherever you feel like going. Although not having much of a say in the scenery, you don't mind the bland area but do mind the extreme heat. Already sweating, you take your first swig of the water and after lowering your canteen, you see a Magnemite, Pichu and Eevee appear out of nowhere and start to walk towards you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

What other choice do you have besides continue walking through the valley?


Char- It's a bother writing your whole name out ^^;

Walking closer towards the Chansey, the Pokemon doesn't seem to notice as she appears cheerful herself:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
20th November 2003, 09:48 PM
Chansey/Europe/3/5-5/Spore

LightNinetales
21st November 2003, 03:25 PM
Eevee/North America/9/0-5/If this Eevee is female,I'll use Sleep Powder;if the Eevee is male,I'll continue walking through the valley.

The_Missing_Link
25th November 2003, 04:34 PM
Char- Throwing spore onto the unsuspecting Chansey, you watch as she sniffs it in and then slowly sways back and forth before falling on her back, snoozing peacefully:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


LN- For some reason, you have a strange feeling that the Eevee is female and taking out some sleep powder, you throw it upon her and watch her drift off into a restful sleep:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

LightNinetales
25th November 2003, 04:40 PM
Eevee/North America/9/0-5/Stun Spore

Charizard04621
25th November 2003, 05:23 PM
Chansey/Europe/3/5-5/Pokéball

The_Missing_Link
26th November 2003, 07:42 PM
LN- With Eevee asleep, you next use stun spore to prevent her from running away if she ever wakes up. The little Pokemon sniffs it in and quietly snuffles, unaware of her fate:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Char- Throwing a Pokeball at the slumbering Chansey, you watch her flash in and start to rock around. Like the game and the anime though, you need to do more than just put your target to sleep and it's exactly the same with the Chansey as she breaks free from her Pokeball and starts to wake up:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

LightNinetales
27th November 2003, 08:40 AM
Eevee/North America/9/0-5/Fire Spin

Charizard04621
28th November 2003, 09:44 AM
Hmmm...

Chansey/Europe/3/4-5/Trap

The_Missing_Link
1st December 2003, 09:07 AM
LN- Releasing a fire spin, it whips up the sand surrounding it, creating a sandy fire spin. Crashing into Eevee, she immediately wakes up as she's burned and scratched from the fire and grains of sand. A minute later, the fire dies down leaving a paralyzed but very angry Eevee:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Char- Using a mean look on Chansey, it guarantees that she won't leave but it doesn't make her any happier:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

LightNinetales
1st December 2003, 01:27 PM
Eevee/North America/9/0-5/Master Ball^_^

Charizard04621
1st December 2003, 07:30 PM
Chansey/Europe/3/4-5/Feed

The_Missing_Link
4th December 2003, 02:55 PM
LN- Taking out your master ball, you launch it at the Eevee and watch as she tries to run away but can't and is sucked into the ball. Watching it rock back and forth, you don't even doubt the power of the ball because after a few rocks, it stands still in the sand. Congrats, you caught an Eevee!

Eevee at Level 5 (female)
Base Stats and Attacks to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 1 Hollow Stone
Trait: Run Away

What will you do now?


Char- You throw some food, which makes her eye you suspiciously but nevertheless accepts it and begins to eat:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Skitty_Pelliper
8th December 2003, 08:44 AM
Cyndaquil/south america/3/4-3/run

The_Missing_Link
14th December 2003, 03:02 PM
S_P- You're been away so long that I don't even remember which Pokemon you ran into. If I repeat any, sorry about that

Walking away from the Cyndaquil, you start walking upwards and soon see a Houndour, Vulpix and Torchic coming towards you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
16th December 2003, 09:08 AM
Hmm, I changed my mind... I'll go after something else.

Chansey/Europe/3/4-5/Run

I'll go to Asia/3/Altaria Cloud Dancers

Also I noticed an error in that zone. It says "50% Dragon, 40% Fighting and Other". What about the other 10%?

The_Missing_Link
31st December 2003, 09:05 PM
*sighs* The last thing I want is to close this place but unless it drums up more business, I guess that'll be its fate

Char- Fixed it

You give up on the munching Chansey and try your luck someplace else. Calling upon an Altaria, you soon hear soft but loud chirping and look up to see her slowly land beside you. Climbing onto her back, you rise into the sky and sail east towards Asia and the Frozen Tundra. With her sweet songs, Altaria lulls you to sleep and you enjoy your peaceful ride until you're nudged onto the ground. Yawning, you look around the snow-ridden area and don't see a sign of your charge. It doesn't bother you however and you start to explore. As expected, you find it barren and boring. Soon enough however, you look into the distance and spot 3 Pokemon. Upon closer inspection, you see a Horsea, Bagon and Meditite:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to trek on the ground or start climbing the mountain behind you

Charizard04621
1st January 2004, 01:10 PM
Rebecca, you could try renovating the place... Adding something. Maybe a possibility of pokémon appearing at higher levels then those at the CCCC? I know it's not fun to make changes to a place that's been around for a while, but maybe it'll help.

Horsea, Bagon, Meditite/Asia/3/4-5/Feed

BAGON!!! I got lucky again. ^_^ I'll try feeding the Bagon. I won't make sudden movements, so as not to spook it or provoke it.

The_Missing_Link
2nd January 2004, 03:29 PM
Well, we originally started out with first and second evolutions but Quick decided that we should stick to the lowest levels. From now on though, I'm going to allow higher leveled Pokemon and first evolutions, second evo's rarely

You throw some food over to the Bagon, who nonchalantly trundles over and starts to eat without noticing you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
2nd January 2004, 04:50 PM
Horsea, Bagon, Meditite/Asia/3/4-5/Wait or Feed

I'll wait for the Bagon to finish eating. I don't want to get it angry yet. If it finishes eating I'll offer it more food.

The_Missing_Link
3rd January 2004, 07:10 PM
Waiting for the Bagon to finish up, he does and looks up at you and waits expectantly. Throwing more food, he holds up his stubby hand in a sign of thanks and starts to eat again:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Skitty_Pelliper
3rd January 2004, 08:30 PM
*sighs* The last thing I want is to close this place but unless it drums up more business, I guess that'll be its fate Noooooooo!
Torchic/south america/3/4-3/feed

Charizard04621
4th January 2004, 12:07 AM
Bagon/Asia/3/4-5/Reveal pokéball

I'll slowly bring out a pokéball and show it to him. I want to see his reaction before I decide what else to do.

The_Missing_Link
6th January 2004, 05:27 PM
S_P- Throwing some food to the Torchic, he runs up to it and starts to eat, although noticing you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock


Char- Holding out a Pokeball to the Bagon, you hope he'll be nice and come inside. Unlike a certain other place where catching Pokemon is too easy though, you need to work to get what you want here and Bagon crouches into a defensive pose, not eager to become a part of your team:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
6th January 2004, 05:31 PM
Bagon/Asia/3/4-5/Put away pokéball, Sing

Good, he didn't attack me. I'll use Sing to get him drowsy.

The_Missing_Link
8th January 2004, 06:30 PM
Char- You clip your Pokeball back on and use a sing on Bagon, who tries to cover his ears but can't and drops off to sleep:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
8th January 2004, 06:42 PM
Bagon/Asia/3/4-5/Thunder Wave, Mean Look, Confuse Ray, Will-o-Wisp

I'll use the attacks in order of how I list them, but I'll stop if he wakes up.

The_Missing_Link
14th January 2004, 03:32 PM
Karin- You send a thunderwave at the little Pokemon, who immediately flinches and cries out in pain. Then to make him stay there, you release a mean look. Now stuck to the spot and paralyzed, he watches on in fear as you release a confuse ray. The read beam sways about before engulfing Bagon and confusing him terribly. Then to finish it off, you use a will-o-wisp to burn him quite well. It won't be long before you catch your first Pokemon

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
14th January 2004, 05:27 PM
Bagon/Asia/3/4-5/Spore, Throw pokéball

Now that he's Paralyzed, Burnt, Confused, and trapped, I'll put him to sleep and attempt to catch him...

Skye
15th January 2004, 12:34 AM
Moon/5/Teleporting Alakazam

The_Missing_Link
17th January 2004, 09:42 PM
Karin- Using spore, the damaged Bagon gives up in trying to escape and dutifully falls asleep. Throwing the enlargened Pokeball at him, he gets sucked in and as you suspect, it doesn't take long before the light goes out. Congrats, you caught a Bagon!

Bagon at Level 5 (male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 5
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 3 CCP
Trait: Rock Head - Doesn't receive recoil damage

What will you do now?


Airen- Welcome

At the NY Base, you walk towards an unoccupied Alakazam and he hands you a fireproof suit. After putting it on, he takes your hand and you teleport to the Magma Fields on the Moon. When you arrive, you suddenly feel heat against your suit but it's comfortable heat. Without the suit, you would be fried instantly. As you look around, you notice multiple active volcanoes and rivers full of flowing magma. Before you have to search however, you see a Cyndaquil, Torkoal and Ponyta by one of the close rivers:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can go in any direction

Charizard04621
17th January 2004, 10:18 PM
Yayness! ^_^ He'll have Dragon Dance for his bred-on move. Okay, I'll move on to a new area.

South America/6/3-5/Air Pidgeot

Skye
17th January 2004, 11:37 PM
Cyndaquil/Moon/5/5-5/Confuse Ray, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Pokeball

The_Missing_Link
20th January 2004, 03:40 PM
Karin- Getting on the already landed Pidgeot, she trills and flies off towards the Ruins of the Incas. Flying high over the Atlantic, you can't see much of anything except for the vast blue and the occasional Wailmer and Mantine. You soon spot land and are quickly over the rain forest and then the mountainous regions, where you see some ruins. Taking a dive downwards into the area, you hold on tight but it isn't needed as you make a smooth landing. Hopping off, you happily don't have to search at all since a Cacnea, Treecko and Lotad appear to look at the stunning Pidgeot:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can explore the area or go inside one of the ruins


Airen- Sending a confuse ray at the Cyndaquil, he nimbly dodges it and runs into you for a tackle but you quickly send out a thunderwave and paralyze him on the spot. Using a toxic, he dodges this also and when you throw the Pokeball, the Cyndaquil releases a flamethrower and toasts it to a crisp:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Skye
20th January 2004, 06:56 PM
Cyndaquil/Moon/5/4-5/Confuse Ray, Toxic, Spore, Pokeball.

Charizard04621
20th January 2004, 07:53 PM
Yes, Treecko! I'm really lucky or something. I'll feed it.

Treecko/South America/6/3-5/Feed

The_Missing_Link
22nd January 2004, 09:00 PM
Airen- Trying a confuse ray this time, the red beam hits the Cyndaquil and confuses him greatly. While he wobbles around, you launch another toxic and this one hits, getting him wet but soon disappears into his bloodstream. As he shudders in pain, you send a spore and watch him sniff the powder in and slump to the ground in sleeping mode. Winding up with a Pokeball, you launch it and watch as he gets sucked in. Wobbling around for a bit, you watch the ball roll around less and less before it stops completely and the light goes out. Congrats, you caught a Cyndaquil!

Cyndaquil at Level 7 (male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Blaze - Fire attacks increase in power when HP is low

What will you do now?


Karin- You throw some food in the Treecko's direction. He looks at it in surprise and then spots you. He eyes you with curiousity but doesn't trust you in the least. Still, he picks the food up and nibbles on it:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Skye
22nd January 2004, 09:43 PM
Originally posted by The_Missing_Link
Airen- Trying a confuse ray this time, the red beam hits the Cyndaquil and confuses him greatly. While he wobbles around, you launch another toxic and this one hits, getting him wet but soon disappears into his bloodstream. As he shudders in pain, you send a spore and watch him sniff the powder in and slump to the ground in sleeping mode. Winding up with a Pokeball, you launch it and watch as he gets sucked in. Wobbling around for a bit, you watch the ball roll around less and less before it stops completely and the light goes out. Congrats, you caught a Cyndaquil!

Cyndaquil at Level 7 (male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Blaze - Fire attacks increase in power when HP is low

What will you do now?

Yay! I'll move on.:wave:

(Moon/5/3-5/go)

Charizard04621
23rd January 2004, 04:48 PM
Hmm, distrustful already... That's bad. I'll have to do this quickly. I'll put him to sleep and then trap him.

Treecko/South America/6/3-5/Spore, Mean Look

The_Missing_Link
26th January 2004, 06:34 PM
Airen- Walking away from your capture spot, you head towards one of the few dormant volcanoes in the whole area, lava hardened for thosands of years. Minutes later, you come to the base and start to climb. It's a relatively easy trek and halfway up you see a Magmar, Growlithe and Charmander making the same walk as you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Continue upwards or go back down


Karin- A bit unnerved by his distrustfulness, you send out a spore to send to sleep. As he snoozes on, you use a mean look to keep him in place:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
26th January 2004, 06:48 PM
Okay, I'll perform a status effect barrage.

Treecko/South America/6/3-5/Thunder Wave, Will-o-Wisp, Toxic

The_Missing_Link
31st January 2004, 08:04 PM
Karin- Having no chance in hell to get away, the Treecko sleeps through the thunderwave but wakes up by the time he's burned and poisoned. Obviously, he's not happy about this at all:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Charizard04621
1st February 2004, 02:35 PM
Go to sleep and get caught, now...

Treecko/South America/6/3-5/Spore, throw pokéball

The_Missing_Link
6th February 2004, 05:15 PM
Using another spore, Treecko can only be forced to go under again and he does. Taking out a Pokeball, you launch it and watch him go in. Just like the Bagon, it takes a while before it can concede but concede he does and you wind up with a new Pokemon!

Treecko at Level 8 (m)
Stats and Attacks to Level 8
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Overgrow- Grass attacks become stronger when low on HP

What will you do now?

Charizard04621
7th February 2004, 11:22 AM
Yay! His bred-on move will be Dragonbreath.

Antarctica/2/Extremespeed Arcanine

The_Missing_Link
10th February 2004, 09:19 PM
Using the Arcanine, you race down the mountain and again, across the ocean. Traveling at fantastic speeds, you're unable to get a good glimpse at anything until you come closer to the icebergs. As soon as you get to the closest one, you hop off and take a good look around. As you predicted, icebergs surround you to no end and as you start to jump over to another one, you see something in the corner of your left eye. Turning your head slightly, you see a Lombre, Feebas and Carvanha swimming together nonchalantly:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can jump to other icebergs or go underwater

Charizard04621
11th February 2004, 06:05 PM
Lombre, Feebas, Carvanha/Antarctica/2/2-5/Go underwater

The_Missing_Link
14th February 2004, 06:24 PM
Ignoring those three, you take off your backpack and unzip it to find a diving suit and breathing device (the one that lets you breathe underwater in the anime) inside. Putting them on, it takes a while but you manage to do it, despite feeling discomfort in the process. Diving in, you feel the bitter cold of the water but after moving around a bit, you feel somewhat better. You swim around the general area, spotting a lot of seaweed and normal fish swimming around you. After a few minutes, you start to feel like a presence is watching you and turning around, you find a Wailmer, Staryu and Wartortle stare into your face:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue swimming underwater or climb back onto one of the icebergs

Charizard04621
15th February 2004, 09:32 AM
Wailmer, Staryu, Wartortle/Antarctica/2/2-5/Keep swimming

The_Missing_Link
17th February 2004, 10:37 PM
Just because the narrator doesn't feel like typing up a long story because she's in pain, she'll make this quick:

You shudder from the creepiness and start to swim downwards. Of course, you can't see much of anything until a bright light shines in your face. Shielding your eyes, you squint until you can make out a Chinchou, Spheal and Vaporeon come swimming towards you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue swimming underwater or climb back onto one of the icebergs

Charizard04621
18th February 2004, 04:56 PM
Chinchou, Spheal, Vaporeon/Antarctica/2/2-5/Keep swimming

The_Missing_Link
21st February 2004, 04:35 PM
Making this quick once again:

Swimming away from the trio, you start to go forward when you suddenly become entangled in the seaweed. Unable to free yourself, you thrash around for a bit until you see a Lapras, Poliwag and Psyduck come over to try and help you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can't do much of anything right now except wait

Charizard04621
21st February 2004, 11:24 PM
Hehe, seaweed. :D Okay, I'll wait.

Lapras, Poliwag, Psyduck/Antarctica/2/2-5/Wait

The_Missing_Link
24th February 2004, 10:25 PM
Only one more run left...

Patiently, you wait for them to get you out and after a minute or two, you're able to move your arms and legs and then pull yourself out the rest of the way. Thanking each one profusely, you reward them with food and swim away. Shortly afterwards, you're confronted by a Relicanth, Kabuto and Corphish, all not looking too pleased at seeing a human in their doman:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Swim away or quickly go to the surface and climb onto an iceberg

Charizard04621
25th February 2004, 08:04 AM
Hmm, okay.

Europe/3/Lapras Liner

The_Missing_Link
2nd March 2004, 06:12 PM
Instead of engaging in a fight with the trio, you swim upwards and onto the nearest iceberg. Shedding your swimming clothes for warmer ones, you call for the Lapras in the process and as you finish, she comes up to take you the Mountain Regions. As you travel north, you obviously start to feel much warmer than before and as you land at your destination, you shed your jacket and sweatshirt . Heading towards the mountains that loom in the near distance, you first come upon a lake and find a Mantine in the middle with a Pidgeotto getting a drink and a Swablu cleaning her wings:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

Head towards the mountains

Charizard04621
22nd March 2004, 05:48 PM
Last one I want for a while. I'll throw the Master Ball.

Swablu/Europe/3/2-5/Master Ball

The_Missing_Link
22nd March 2004, 08:19 PM
Before the Swablu can even look up to see you, a master ball hits her face and promptly sucks her in. Trying to describe how hard she's fighting against it isn't worth it as you ultimately know that you've caught a Swablu!

Swablu at Level 8 (f)
Stats and Attacks to Level 8
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Natural Cure - heals upon switching out

Charizard04621
24th March 2004, 05:14 PM
Yay! Her name will be Alqualin Swansong and her bred-on move will be Haze.

*hopes she can get her computer's internet up sometime soon so she can catch up with the Eevee House again* x_X

Wolfsong
3rd April 2004, 08:14 PM
I think i'll try looking here too sicne i'm after a specific poke.

Antarctica/3/5-5/lapras liner

The_Missing_Link
3rd April 2004, 09:57 PM
Back for another go, you hop onto a Lapras with your backpack firmly attached and head south towards the Freezing Waters in Antarctica. Mist spraying all around you as you go along, you see Mantines and Wailords coming out of the water at different intervals. However, there is a downside to the whole thing as you get soaked and the temperature drops rather quickly. Luckily, you put on heavy layers before you came and once you arrive at a random iceberg, you feel almost normal. Climbing onto it, you give Lapras a quick thank you and walk away from her. Almost immediately, you spot a trio of Pokemon: a Mudkip, Surskit and Chinchou talking to each other on the far side of the ice mountain:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can hop onto other icebergs or go underwater

Wolfsong
3rd April 2004, 10:03 PM
Wee, just what i was looking for right off the bat.

mudkip/Antarctica/3/5-5/throw masterball

The_Missing_Link
3rd April 2004, 10:12 PM
Edging a bit closer, you unhinge the masterball from your waist belt and enlargen it. Hurling it straight at your target, you're elated to find it hitting him in the side and sucking him in. Rushing over to your catch, the other two dive into the water as you pick up the still wobbling ball. In seconds though, it stops and you've caught a brand new Mudkip!


Mudkip at Level 7 (m)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Torrent - Water power goes up when health is low

Wolfsong
3rd May 2004, 02:59 PM
South America/6/5-4/extremespeed arcanine

The_Missing_Link
3rd May 2004, 03:47 PM
At the Ruins of the Incas, you soak in the warm sun that shines on your face. Looking around, you see some Pokemon also taking in the rays, some being a sleeping Oddish and a talking Volbeat and Seedot:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can walk around or go inside one of the ruins

Wolfsong
3rd May 2004, 03:51 PM
Not quite what i'm looking for.

Oddish, Volbeat, and Seedot/South America/6/5-4/Walk around

The_Missing_Link
3rd May 2004, 04:06 PM
Continuing to walk around, you start to go around the perimeter of one of the ruins. To your amazement, you see sculpted pictures of Pokemon working alongside their masters and in some case, a couple being worshipped. Wanting to take a picture, you whip out your camera and start to back up but you trip over something and go sprawling. Lifting your head up, you shake it before looking straight at a Tangela. Over to your right, you see a Tropius and Chikorita snickering:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Use Pokedoll/Get Closer/Throw Pokeblock

You can continue to walk around or go inside one of the ruins

Wolfsong
3rd May 2004, 04:14 PM
Bull's eye! ^^

Chikorita/South America/6/5-4/Meanlook, sleep powder, then toss regular pokeball and see what happens

The_Missing_Link
3rd May 2004, 04:19 PM
Using a mean look on the Chikorita, he's frozen instantly in place and the Tropius flees. Then using a sleep powder, it flutters over him but he's cunning enough to whirl his leaf, blowing it away from him. Trying out a Pokeball, he uses the same manuever and slams it away with his apendage:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Wolfsong
3rd May 2004, 04:27 PM
This one's a smart one

Chikorita/South America/6/4-4/get closer, confuse ray, sleep power, try another regular pokeball.

The_Missing_Link
3rd May 2004, 04:37 PM
You edge a bit closer but this obviously does nothing as Chikorita's still stuck in place. Using a confuse ray, he can't blow it away with his leaf this time and takes it, becoming disoriented. You use the sleep powder again and this time, it's successful as he immediately drops off into a slumber. Winding up your second Pokeball, you lob it and watch as he gets sucked in. Rocking a few times, you hope it's enough to get him but he's a toughie and breaks up, yawning and cringing with a headache:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Wolfsong
3rd May 2004, 04:44 PM
Chikorita/South America/6/3-4/use another confuse ray, sleep power, poison powder, then toss a hyper ball and cross fingers

The_Missing_Link
3rd May 2004, 04:55 PM
You try another confuse ray but Chikorita's eyes aren't fully open to receive the attack. Also using another sleep powder, it puts him right to sleep. Then a poison powder sprinkles down and poisons him. This time, you use a hyper ball and cross your fingers after launching it. Sucked in again, Chikorita tries to get out, indicated by the severe wobbling, but it's just too strong for him and the light soon goes out. Congrats, you caught a Chikorita!

Chikorita at Level 8 (m)
Stats and Attacks to Level 8
Breeded Move of Choice
No TM
Holding: 2 CCP
Trait: Overgrow - Grass power goes up when health is low

Sheik
6th June 2004, 10:18 PM
Teleporting Alakazam/Atlantis/4 (The Garden of Eden...I hope)

The_Missing_Link
6th June 2004, 10:22 PM
Teleporting Alakazam/Atlantis/4 (The Garden of Eden...I hope)

The area is underwater and all that are underwater are unaccessible

Sheik
6th June 2004, 10:26 PM
If that's the case, better make it

Teleporting Alakazam/South America/2

The_Missing_Link
6th June 2004, 10:37 PM
Taking a free Alakazam's hand, you teleport to the center of the rainforest in South America. Although it has greatly disintegrated over the years, there is still large amounts left to house many species of animals. Trekking off on your own, you push past bushes and limbs while watching out for dangerous animals or Pokemon. After a few minutes of traveling, you come upon a river, with an Oddish, Tropius and Bulbasaur drinking out of it:

You can travel upstream, downstream or across the river

Sheik
6th June 2004, 10:41 PM
South America/2/3-2

I'm going to get closer to the Oddish and Bulbasaur.

The_Missing_Link
6th June 2004, 11:15 PM
Remember, you can only go after one of them. Also, how do you remember your ball count? You could've gone back to 5-5 if you wanted to


You edge closer to the still-drinking Pokemon, unaware of your presence:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
6th June 2004, 11:45 PM
I didn't know if we were allowed to go back to the 5-5. I thought you had to by the Pokeballs and food and stuff, so I thought that would be cheating. So instead of giving myself the max, I put myself somewhere in the middle.

Anyways...

South America/2/Get closer to Bulbasaur

The_Missing_Link
7th June 2004, 04:28 PM
If you leave for a while and come back, your stack goes back up to full strength

You edge ever closer to Bulbasaur and finally, she turns around, startled. She soon becomes angry but has nowhere to go:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
7th June 2004, 05:05 PM
Bulbasaur/South America/2/5-5

I'm going to release Brian, my Treecko. Maybe he could swoon her to joining the team. If not, I'll release my Milotic, and use Ice Beam.

The_Missing_Link
7th June 2004, 05:23 PM
*sighs* I thought you've been here before but I guess you haven't

You don't use Pokemon here, you do the attacking. It consists of throwing the normal food and rocks but you can also use traps, such as fire spin, whirlpool, wrap, spider web or other attacks like that. Actual attacking consists of status-type effects only, such as thunderwave, spore, poison powder, sing, etc.

Try again

Sheik
7th June 2004, 05:39 PM
Oh, duh... This place isn't as identical to the CC as I thought it was. Here...

Bulbasaur/South America/2/5-5/Thunder Wave, Sing, Stun Spore--Whichever works first.

The_Missing_Link
7th June 2004, 10:09 PM
Using a thunderwave, you hit Bulbasaur on target and watch her stiffen up. Now fearful, she truly has no place to go and is forced to listen to your singing. So wonderful that it is that she immediately falls asleep, snoring peacefully. As for the stun spore, well, what's the point?:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
7th June 2004, 10:23 PM
As for the stun spore, well, what's the point?:


:lol:

Bulbasaur/South America/2/5-5

I'll throw a ball now. I think she's mine (hopefully).

The_Missing_Link
10th June 2004, 05:10 PM
A bit overconfident, you throw a Pokeball and watch it gobble her up. Thinking you'll have her easily, you watch it shake and then frown when she pops right out, yawning and coming awake:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
11th June 2004, 12:42 AM
Bulbasaur/South America/2/4-5/Thunder Wave, Sleep Powder, then throw Pokeball.

The_Missing_Link
11th June 2004, 07:47 PM
You don't realize Bulbasaur is still paralyzed so you use it on her again. She just looks at you with annoyance and brings out her vines to attack you. You spread more sleep powder around her though and she drifts off to sleep once more. Throwing another Pokeball, it sucks her in but the outcome is the same and comes out after a few shakes, yawning again:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
12th June 2004, 11:46 AM
Bulasaur/South America/2/3-5/Sleep Powder, throw ball

The_Missing_Link
13th June 2004, 06:45 PM
Once again, you use sleep powder and after making her fall asleep, you use another Pokeball. It still isn't enough though and she pops right back out. Perhaps using the same moves over and over isn't such a good idea...:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
13th June 2004, 08:22 PM
Bulbasaur/South America/2/2-5/Attack, Attack, throw ball

The_Missing_Link
14th June 2004, 10:13 PM
Trying other tactics, you use a supersonic, which makes it to her ears and causes her to become disoriented. As she stumbles around, you use an ice beam and freeze her completely. Tossing one of your few Pokeballs left, it bounces against her and sucks her in. Shaking a couple of times, you expect her to come right out again but this time, it's enough and the light goes out!

Bulbasaur at Level 7 (female)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
Holding: 3 CCPs
Trait: Overgrow

What will you do now?

Sheik
14th June 2004, 10:19 PM
YAY! Thank God! (That fiesty little girl took me 8 days to catch...)

I think I'll now go to.... umm.... How about

Moon/3/Teleporting Alakazam

The_Missing_Link
15th June 2004, 08:34 PM
With Bulbasaur in her Pokeball, you telepathically call for Alakazam and a female one pops up next to you. Grabbing your hand, she immediately whisks you off to the Moon Mines. Before you can scream, you arrive in a domed area. Breathing a sigh of relief, you walk off around the area, which is made up of large hills and burrowed holes. Right off the bat, you spot a Gligar in the air and a Sandshrew and Anorith off to your left, talking:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

All you can do is walk around or climb one of the hills

Sheik
15th June 2004, 08:43 PM
I'll continue walking around. None of those Pokemon are catching my interest.

Moon/3/Keep Walking

The_Missing_Link
17th June 2004, 04:51 PM
Leaving the Pokemon alone, you continue walking around, only seeing large holes, craters and hills. As you walk towards one hole, you hear a rumbling from below but you think nothing off it. Coming ever closer, the rumbling becomes more constant and instead of being fearful, curiosity springs up and takes hold of you. Coming to the edge, you peer down but back away quickly enough to see an Onix come out, with a Rhyhorn and Kabuto quickly behind him:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

All you can do is walk around or climb one of the hills

Sheik
17th June 2004, 05:15 PM
Onix/Moon/3/Stun Spore until it works, Attack, Attack, (if he wakes up) Stun Spore, Attack, Throw Ball

The_Missing_Link
18th June 2004, 07:32 PM
Throwing stun spore over the unsuspecting Onix, he tries to shake it off but it covers him like a snow drift and soon stiffens up in paralysis. While he's trapped, you release a widespread red beam that completely envelopes him. Dazed and confused, he strikes himself on the head with his tail and falls to the ground, even more out of it. Why you question yourself for attempting to use stun spore again, no one knows but you skip past it in embarrassment and use spore again, putting him to sleep. Winding up a ball, you toss it and watch as he goes in. Hoping he's easier to catch than Bulbasaur, you watch as it slowly rocks back and forth but it appears you haven't done enough as he comes out, waking up but still paralyzed:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

Sheik
18th June 2004, 10:15 PM
Onix/The Moon/3/Attack, Attack, Attack, Throw Ball

This is my last Pokeball... what do I do once I'm out? Does it automatically refill?

The_Missing_Link
18th June 2004, 11:06 PM
Why doesn't anyone ever read the rules? --;

Have you ever looked at the other 5 in 5-5? 5 Pokeballs and 5 special balls. Look it up


In quick succession, you fire off a poison powder followed by a sing and then ice beam, all hitting on target. Looking at the frozen, dozing and poisoned Onix, you throw your last Pokeball in hopes of catching him. Nervously, you wait out its movement and are relieved when it finally stops:

Onix at Level 9 (Male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 9
Breeded Move of Choice
Holding: 2 CCPs
Trait: Rock Head

What will you do now?

Sheik
18th June 2004, 11:40 PM
Europe/1/Umm... let's do something different... Extremespeed Arcanine

The_Missing_Link
23rd June 2004, 03:33 PM
Since you can only use Alakazam or Grifor to get to and from the moon, I'll use Grifor

You press a button to notify a Grifor to help you and seconds later, you turn around to see a huge dragon already waiting. After a bit of struggling, you manage to get on and before you can even say where you want to go, you're already at the Scottish Haunted Castles. Dumbfounded, all you manage to do is slide to the ground and walk into the castle, unable to say much of anything. As soon as you enter though, you see a Gastly, Duskull and Sableye milling around:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

You can climb the stairs or go through one of the many doors

Sheik
25th June 2004, 09:20 PM
Gastly/Europe/1/Sleep Powder, Ice Beam, Attack, Attack, Attack, Sleep Powder (if necessary), Attack, throw ball.

This will be the last time I post for a while at TPM. I won't have access to a computer after today until August 9. I might try and get on, but it's doubtful that I will before that time.

The_Missing_Link
27th June 2004, 06:39 PM
Sorry, can't do it. You don't have anymore regular Pokeballs

Sheik
29th June 2004, 10:23 AM
So what do I do?

The_Missing_Link
29th June 2004, 06:57 PM
So what do I do?

--; I've told you before. Scroll up and look

Sheik
2nd July 2004, 12:27 PM
Gastly/Europe/1/Sleep Powder, Ice Beam, Attack, Attack, Attack, Sleep Powder (if necessary), Attack, throw Heavy Ball (I guess...)

shazza
2nd July 2004, 11:37 PM
I haven't played this in a couple of years...

North America/7/Extremespeed Arcanine.

The_Missing_Link
11th July 2004, 11:14 PM
Sheik- You throw some sleep powder over Gastly, which promptly puts him to sleep. You then attack with an ice beam, which slowly freezes him up and then use thunderwave, hypnosis, poison powder and confuse ray in succession, which all fail due to him being frozen. Launching a heavy ball, you watch him go in and come right back out since Gastly virtually weighs nothing:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer


shazza- Hopping onto an Arcanine, you head north to the Frozen Tundra to find some psychic Pokemon. Bundled up, you sweat in the New York heat but minutes later, you shake in the Canadian cold. Sort of sliding off, you ungracefully land in the snow and struggle to pull yourself up. Once you do, you peer around through your goggles to see absolutely nothing. Trudging ahead in no particular direction, a freak blizzard comes in on you and blinds you for a few moments. After it clears up though, you look around and suddenly see a Ralts, Slowpoke and Chimecho coming towards you:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

You can go in any direction

DarkPsychicCharizard
3rd September 2004, 06:31 PM
Starting here, I guess.

South America/3/Teleporting Alakazam

The_Missing_Link
6th September 2004, 07:51 PM
DPC: Grabbing ahold of the Alakazam's hand, you teleport off to the Mountain Tops in South America. You end up in a field of gray rocks and the occasional lava flow, which makes it pretty hot around here. Right off the bat, you see some Pokemon, a Houndour and Cyndaquil playing and a Growlithe napping:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

You can go in any direction

DarkPsychicCharizard
7th September 2004, 11:58 AM
Tough choise... I think I'll go with Growlithe, though.

Growlithe/South America/3/Stun Spore, Attack, Attack, Attack, Throw Ball

The_Missing_Link
15th September 2004, 06:21 PM
Using a stun spore on the Growlithe, it continues napping but breathes in the powder, becoming paralyzed. You proceed to barrage him with more attacks, hitting him with flamethrower, toxic and then ice beam respectively. He wakes up after being hit by flamethrower but can't do anything and is forced to succomb to the next two attacks. Taking out a Pokeball, you throw it at the the large block of ice containing Growlithe and watch as it rocks slowly back and forth and then pop back open. You may have hit him with a lot of attacks but he's tougher than that:

Feed/Throw Rock/Run/Throw Ball/Attack/Chase/Trap/Get Closer

DarkPsychicCharizard
15th September 2004, 06:42 PM
*frowns*

Growlithe/South America/3/Attack, Stun Spore, Attack, Attack, Attack, Sleep Powder, Ice Beam, Throw Ball

The_Missing_Link
15th September 2004, 06:53 PM
Advice: Using only attacks will not successfully capture a Pokemon most of the time. You need to vary your strategy, which would include using combos and more traps, feedings and rocks

Using a myriad of attacks (most of which fail since Growlithe is already afflicted with most status damage), you hurl another Pokeball, which he gets sucked up into. This time however, the ball stops, leaving you with a new member:

Growlithe at Level 7 (Male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
Holding: 2 CCPs
Trait: Flash Fire

What will you do now?

Omega Magnum
19th October 2004, 06:23 PM
First time I have no pokemon at this time.

The_Missing_Link
19th October 2004, 06:26 PM
And I'm assuming you didn't even read the rules --;

Sheik
29th December 2004, 12:15 PM
[COLOR=Blue]I'm back. :)

Now, assuming that my Gastly is still frozen:

Gastly/Europe/1/Throw Master Ball (It says that on the first page under the different kinds of special balls. If I can't use it, then I'll use a Hyper Ball.)

Now, if Gastly has thawed:

Gastly/Europe/1/Sleep Powder (Until it falls asleep) (Then follow suit with either a Master Ball, and if I can't use it, Hyper Ball.)

The_Missing_Link
3rd January 2005, 10:42 PM
Launching a master ball, it hits the frozen Gastly and sucks him in. Within a minute, the ball stops shaking, which indicates you caught the Pokemon:

Gastly at Level 7 (Male)
Stats and Attacks to Level 7
Breeded Move of Choice
Holding: 2 CCPs
Trait: Levitate


What will you do now?

Skye
14th January 2005, 11:56 PM
Hi. ^^U I left a while back and I've restarted everything. I was wondering if I could restart in this too? If I can, I'd like to go to...

Antarctica/2/Lapras Liner

If not, I understand and I'll be moving on my way, then. ^^U

Sheik
15th January 2005, 05:25 PM
The Moon/6/Teleporting Alakazam