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    Default Pokemon: Ultimate Team! The OFFICIAL Remake

    So I'm back. I'm not going to make a big song and dance about it, so, err, hey? Okay, so I'm sure this may be unclear with some of you that have never played this (plus there is new features), so I'll go over in it more detail...

    Points

    You start off with 500 points. The main purpose of points is for you to obtain new Pokemon for your team. Evolving a Pokemon you have costs you points, whereas packs (covered later) for new Pokemon costs points, too.

    How do you obtain points? It's simple. Battle! I determine the amount of points you get per match based on the result, Pokemon remaining alive, and other things. I will cover battles later, too...

    Evolving

    Evolving a basic into a stage one costs: 1000 points (ex. Charmander --> Charmeleon)
    Evolving a stage one into a stage two costs: 2000 points (ex. Charmeleon --> Charizard)
    Evolving a basic into it's fully evolved form costs: 1500 points (ex. Scyther --> Scizor)

    So, when you have enough points, you have the option to evolve your Pokemon (if they can). The system is above, and I hope it is clear. But if you obtain a Magikarp in a pack, for instance, you cannot instantly evolve it into Gyarados if you have 1500 points. Pokemon will be ready to evolve when they acquire a certain amount of skill points (it varies from Pokemon to Pokemon). So it's best to use your weakest Pokemon in friendlies and CPU trainers if they need evolving.

    The only other rule about evolving is that they cannot evolve in a battle, like in the games, only afterwards.

    Packs

    One of the focal points of this game. Packs are the main way to get new Pokémon. Everybody starts off with a starter pack, of 3 basic Pokemon. Of course that won't be enough to last you, you need to earn more points and buy new packs, which also consist of three Pokemon.

    Of course, it would be unfair if the packs were 100% random. Why? Well, one player could gain a Tyranitar, Garchomp, and Salamence in their first pack. In order to prevent this, packs are tiered. By that I mean, with the more points you have, the higher ranked packs you can get, and that ultimately leads to better Pokemon.

    So here is the system.

    Basic Packs:

    Cost: 1000 points
    Info: The most basic of all packs. If you buy this pack, you will gain an extra three Pokemon at the same level of the ones in your starter pack. However, I will roll a dice. If it's a six, one of the Pokemon in your pack will be from the next tier up. Other rolls count for nothing. Basic packs are good to buy at the beginning to get a healthy squad of Pokemon to choose from.
    Example: Burmy, Tyrouge, Ledyba.

    Trainer Packs:

    Cost: 1750 points
    Info: The next step up. This pack will gain you three Pokemon slightly better than the previous pack. The dice roll rule once again comes into effect; a six gets you a Pokemon from the tier above it. These packs are good when you start to get the hang of things.
    Example: Linoone, Dustox, Tangela.

    Ace Packs:

    Cost: 3000 points
    Info: You're nearly at the top. You know those arrogant ace trainers? Well, this pack will land you three Pokemon at a similar level they have. The dice roll rule is changed here; if you roll a one, one Pokemon is from the below tier. These packs are ideal for making your team that much better, and perfecting it.
    Example: Charizard, Weavile, Kingdra.

    Event Packs:

    Cost: Event Item
    Info: Nope, these packs don't require real events, but the items can be earned for performed certain feats. These packs only contain one Pokemon...but it's worth it.

    Trading

    Need that certain Pokemon that somebody else has? Well you can trade. Trading can involve Pokemon and points. Also, after battling a non-gym leader, you can trade any one of your Pokemon used in the battle for any of their's (if you win). I don't need to say much here, do I?

    NEW! The Lucky Dip NEW!

    An idea that struck me the other night. Basically, this would come in two forms. Firstly, it would be buying a pack costing 1750 points. The Pokemon in these would be TOTALLY random, so you could get a Charizard and a Weedle. The other one is trading in any Pokemon of yours for a random replacement. But to prevent people trading in all their bad Pokemon for pseudo-legendaries, you may only use this form of lucky dip once a day, and it will be based on a dice roll and the Pokemon traded's skill. For example, trading in a Loudred and me rolling a 6 could get you an Exploud, but a 1 could land you a Whismur.

    NEW! Skill Points NEW!

    Skill points are like levels, and your Pokemon will gain these like experience points from battles, and benefit from them with boosted HP and stats (hidden). The better your Pokemon does in a battle, the more skill it gains.

    Battles

    Ahh, the main point of this whole process. What good is a perfect team if you can't fight with them? Battling gives you the opportunity to earn points, and gym badges.

    There are several sub-sections, because it is a broad topic.

    Battling: Gyms

    Well, you're in a new region, and of course, it has gyms! There are eight gyms as usual, in order of strength. Each gym specializes in it's own type, and has two trainers to test you before you face the leader.

    Gym 1:

    Leader: Mark
    Type: Fire
    Team:

    Gym 2:

    Leader: Lucas
    Type: Dark
    Team:

    Gym 3:

    Leader: Mike
    Type: Steel
    Team:

    Gym 4:

    Leader: Liz
    Type: Electric
    Team:

    Gym 5:

    Leader: Tom
    Type: Flying
    Team:

    Gym 6:

    Leader: Mary
    Type: Grass
    Team:

    Gym 7:

    Leader: Steve
    Type: Bug
    Team:

    Gym 8:

    Leader: Bill
    Type: Fighting
    Team:

    If you wish to challenge a gym leader, just ask on the thread, you must fight them in order, no exceptions. Only challenge when you are sure your team is capable! They progress in difficulty.

    Battling: Friendlies

    Want to toughen up before the gyms and get your Pokemon that experience it needs to evolve? Well, you are allowed to battle regular trainers, and other forum members participating. Just PM them if you want a battle, and PM me if you want a regular trainer battle, which are limited to one per day per person. After a battle with a random trainer (controlled by me), if you win you get the option to trade a Pokemon with him.

    Battling: How Battles Work

    Similar to in-game battles. Pokemon have a move-set of 4 (you will find out this information whenever you receive a Pokemon), and they all have PP. Pokemon are also given an amount of HP. Different attacks do different damage and can do more or less with stat enhancing/decreasing attacks. Skill points will be taken into account during battles.

    So basically, a simpler version of the battles from the games. DON'T COMPLAIN IF LUCK DOESN'T GO YOUR WAY!

    Today's TMs:

    I use a Random Number Generator to determine which TMs are available to buy each day. They all cost 500 points.

    The Safari Zone

    ***NOTE*** You can only use this feature after you have 5 gym badges or more ***NOTE***

    An alternate way to get Pokemon, but you may only get 1 Pokemon a day from The Safari Zone.

    How it works is, you tell me you wish to go in the Safari Zone. Then I will choose a Pokemon, it can be anything other than legendaries so it could be a Magikarp or a Garchomp, using a RNG, it will be totally random. You then post if you want to run from the Pokemon or catch it. If you decide to catch it, you must beat it in a fight then it is yours and you leave the Safari Zone.

    If you aren't happy with the Pokemon, you can have up to 5 encounters if you reject the first 4. You don't have to catch a Pokemon there if you don't want to. The entry fee is 750 points which is cheap if you get something great out of it.

    Shinies: There is a 1 in 300 chance of your Pokemon being shiny, and in this case its stats and HP will be doubled.

    Signing Up

    The process of signing up is simple. Just tell me this:

    Favourite Basic Pokemon:

    What else? Nothing! That's it! That simple! If you fail to do that...you must fail to do anything

    Teams:

    Bugwarrior
    0 Badges
    500 points
    Machop (0sp): Low Kick (10), Leer (15), Focus Energy (15), Karate Chop (12) - 140HP
    Clamperl (0sp): Clamp (5), Water Gun (12), Whirlpool (8), Iron Defense (8) - 70HP
    Phanpy (0sp): Growl (20), Defense Curl (20), Flail (8), Take Down (10) - 180HP

    Chihaya
    0 Badges
    800 points
    Psyduck (100sp): Water Sport (8), Scratch (18), Tail Whip (15), Water Gun (12) - 100HP
    Larvitar (0sp): Bite (12), Leer (15), Sandstorm (5), Screech (20) - 100HP
    Squirtle (0sp): Tackle (18), Tail Whip (15), Bubble (15), Withdraw (20) - 88HP

    Weakling
    1 Badges
    1350 points
    Drifloon (200sp): Constrict (18), Minimize (10), Astonish (8), Gust (18) - 185HP
    Staryu (400sp): Tackle (18), Recover (5), Water Gun (12), Rapid Spin (20) - 95HP
    Pidgey (250sp): Tackle (18), Sand-attack (8), Quick Attack (15), Gust (18) - 90HP
    Voltorb (200sp): Charge (10), Tackle (18), Sonicboom (10), Spark (10) - 85HP
    Ekans (200sp): Wrap (10), Leer (15), Poison Sting (18), Bite (12) - 105HP
    Omanyte (450sp): Mud Shot (8), Bite (12), Water Gun (12), Rollout (10) - 125HP

    Mitchlord
    0 Badges
    800 points
    Carvanha (100sp): Leer (15), Bite (12), Focus Energy (15), Rage (10) - 90HP
    Paras (0sp): Scratch (20), Stun Spore (15), Poisonpowder (18), Leech Life (8) - 70HP
    Porygon (100sp): Tackle (18), Conversion (15), Sharpen (15), Psybeam (10) - 130HP

    Pokemon-Expert-Chris
    1 Badges
    1650 Points
    Snover (200sp): Powder Snow (12), Leer (15), Razor Leaf (12), Icy Wind (8) - 120HP
    Eevee (200sp): Tackle (18), Helping Hand (10), Tail Whip (15), Sand-attack (8) - 110HP
    Pupitar (850sp): Bite (12), Rock Slide (5), Sandstorm (5), Screech (20) - 170HP
    Croagunk (100sp): Astonish (8), Mud-slap (5), Poison Sting (18), Faint Attack (5) - 96HP
    Bagon (100sp): Rage (10), Bite (12), Leer (15), Headbutt (8) - 90HP
    Wooper (300sp): Water Gun (12), Tail Whip (15), Slam (10), Mud Shot (8) - 110HP

    Treeconator
    0 Badges
    800 Points
    Girafarig (0sp): Growl (20), Confusion (12), Astonish (8), Stomp (10) - 140HP
    Dratini (100sp): Wrap (10), Leer (15), Thunder Wave (10), Twister (10) - 82HP
    Vulpix (50sp): Ember (12), Tail Whip (15), Roar (10), Quick Attack (15) - 76HP

    MarshtompMan
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Scyther (0sp): Quick Attack (15), Leer (15), Focus Energy (15), Pursuit (10) - 140HP
    Jigglypuff (0sp): Sing (8), Defense Curl (20), Pound (18), Disable (10) - 115HP
    Cyndaquil (0sp): Tackle (18), Leer (15), Ember (12), Smokescreen (10) - 78HP

    Brandyjay
    0 Badges
    800 Points
    Staryu (0sp): Tackle (18), Harden (15), Water Gun (12), Rapid Spin (20) - 90HP
    Onix (0sp): Tackle (18), Bind (10), Screech (20), Rock Throw (8) - 110HP
    Grimer (200sp): Poison Gas (20), Pound (18), Harden (15), Mud-slap (5) - 165HP

    Glalieguy
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Pidgey (0sp): Tackle (18), Sand-attack (8), Quick Attack (15), Gust (18) - 80HP
    Yanma (0sp): Tackle (18), Quick Attack (15), Double Team (8), Sonicboom (10)
    Drifloon (0sp): Constrict (18), Minimize (10), Astonish (8), Gust (18) - 180HP

    Rosso
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Tyrogue (0sp): Tackle (18), Helping Hand (10), Fake Out (5), Bulk Up (10) - 70HP
    Buneary (0sp): Pound (18), Defense Curl (20), Endure (5), Quick Attack (15) - 110HP
    Ralts (0sp): Growl (20), Confusion (12), Double Team (8), Magical Leaf (10) - 56HP

    Dittoman
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Magby (0sp): Smog (10), Leer (15), Ember (12), Smokescreen (10) - 90HP
    Shuckle (0sp): Withdraw (10), Constrict (18), Bide (5), Encore (5) - 40HP
    Riolu (0sp): Quick Attack (15), Endure (5), Force Palm (5), Counter (10) - 80HP

    Houndude
    0 Badges
    800 Points
    Nidoran-M (0sp): Leer (15), Peck (18), Focus Energy (15), Double Kick (15) - 92HP
    Zorua (100sp): Tackle (18), Howl (20), Sand-Attack (8), Bite (12) - 100HP
    Horsea (100sp): Bubble (15), Smokescreen (10), Leer (15), Water Gun (12) - 80HP
    Last edited by Weakling; 13th February 2010 at 7:17 PM.

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    It's up! There will be time restrictions between battles, forgot to mention.

    Just played football after dinner and that isn't a good combo, going to take a bath and relax now so sign-up!

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    My favorite basic Pokemon is Mr. Phanpy

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    Favourite Basic Pokemon: The new 5th gen Pokemon ^_^ But I can't use that so Squrtle!
    Last edited by chihaya01; 12th February 2010 at 1:59 AM.

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    Oh by the way people, you must be active. Last game moved so slowly for some, some were at the Elite 4 before some people had 2 badges and has no idea what was going on.

    Make sure you ALL read the rules, old or new. There are a couple of minor changes.

    I'm joining as Pidgey.

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    Favorite Basic:Porygon
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    A fantastic battle royale between 12 pokemon!
    Will you be the next Ultimate Rumbler?!?!
    SIGN UPS ARE OPEN FOR ROUND 81 TOXIC WASTE (ALL POISON TYPES)

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    Added the starter packs to the OP

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    Ok I am going now, sign-up people!

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    Favorite Basic Pokemon: Larvitar
    Last edited by pokemon-expert-chris; 12th February 2010 at 3:06 AM.
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    Sup Weak! You're back! *Hugs Weakling.*

    Favorite Basic: Vulpix.





    Zack and Evan, the most badass pokemon on the planet

    Credit to Queen_Lugia for the recolors and the pixel-over.

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    I love my team ^_^

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    Favorite Basic Pokemon: Cyndaquil


    Join Hachiko's PokeKingdom today!

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    Favorite basic is Kangaskhan nowadays but I will go with Grimer coz that is more fair.

    @ Weakling: I wont be like last time because I am actually finished High School and therefore have alot more free time. So I should be here for at least two-three hours of when you are on considering timezones and such.
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    Fave basic is a... Drifloon. I just realized how cute it was.

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    Smile

    Favourite Basic Pokemon - Ralts. Mainly 'cause it evolves into Gardevoir
    Black 2 FC - 5458 7287 9495

    "Love is a condition where the happiness of another person is essential to your own" - Robert Heinlein

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    Fave basic Pokemon: Riolu......
    If you're actually being interested in my signature and not my post, seriously? I'm sure I said something of value above.

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    Fave basic is (Zorua jokes) Horsea(I loves Kingdra.)
    ceebs

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    Thats 12 so full unless anyone drops out

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    YAYZ. btw I love you Weakling, in a platonic and completely non-gay way.






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    Thank god I thought I missed it by lots.


    Thanks Weakling.
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    Oh and Zorua stats are all 50 base (made-up by me) and the HP stats are relevant to their base stat (Onix, Staryu, Horsea and Jigglypuff are exeptions)

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    Teams:

    Bugwarrior
    0 Badges
    500 points
    Machop (0sp): Low Kick (10), Leer (15), Focus Energy (15), Karate Chop (12) - 140HP
    Clamperl (0sp): Clamp (5), Water Gun (12), Whirlpool (8), Iron Defense (8) - 70HP
    Phanpy (0sp): Growl (20), Defense Curl (20), Flail (8), Take Down (10) - 180HP

    Chihaya
    0 Badges
    500 points
    Psyduck (0sp): Water Sport (8), Scratch (18), Tail Whip (15), Water Gun (12) - 100HP
    Larvitar (0sp): Bite (12), Leer (15), Sandstorm (5), Screech (20) - 100HP
    Squirtle (0sp): Tackle (18), Tail Whip (15), Bubble (15), Withdraw (20) - 88HP

    Weakling
    0 Badges
    500 points
    Drifloon (0sp): Constrict (18), Minimize (10), Astonish (8), Gust (18) - 180HP
    Staryu (0sp): Tackle (18), Harden (15), Water Gun (12), Rapid Spin (20) - 90HP
    Pidgey (0sp): Tackle (18), Sand-attack (8), Quick Attack (15), Gust (18) - 80HP

    Mitchlord
    0 Badges
    500 points
    Carvanha (0sp): Leer (15), Bite (12), Focus Energy (15), Rage (10) - 90HP
    Paras (0sp): Scratch (20), Stun Spore (15), Poisonpowder (18), Leech Life (8) - 70HP
    Porygon (0sp): Tackle (18), Conversion (15), Sharpen (15), Psybeam (10) - 130HP

    Pokemon-Expert-Chris
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Snover (0sp): Powder Snow (12), Leer (15), Razor Leaf (12), Icy Wind (8) - 120HP
    Eevee (0sp): Tackle (18), Helping Hand (10), Tail Whip (15), Sand-attack (8) - 110HP
    Larvitar (0sp): Bite (12), Leer (15), Sandstorm (5), Screech (20) - 100HP

    Treeconator
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Girafarig (0sp): Growl (20), Confusion (12), Astonish (8), Stomp (10) - 140HP
    Dratini (0sp): Wrap (10), Leer (15), Thunder Wave (10), Twister (10) - 82HP
    Vulpix (0sp): Ember (12), Tail Whip (15), Roar (10), Quick Attack (15) - 76HP

    MarshtompMan
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Scyther (0sp): Quick Attack (15), Leer (15), Focus Energy (15), Pursuit (10) - 140HP
    Jigglypuff (0sp): Sing (8), Defense Curl (20), Pound (18), Disable (10) - 115HP
    Cyndaquil (0sp): Tackle (18), Leer (15), Ember (12), Smokescreen (10) - 78HP

    Brandyjay
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Staryu (0sp): Tackle (18), Harden (15), Water Gun (12), Rapid Spin (20) - 90HP
    Onix (0sp): Tackle (18), Bind (10), Screech (20), Rock Throw (8) - 110HP
    Grimer (0sp): Poison Gas (20), Pound (18), Harden (15), Mud-slap (5) - 160HP

    Glalieguy
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Pidgey (0sp): Tackle (18), Sand-attack (8), Quick Attack (15), Gust (18) - 80HP
    Yanma (0sp): Tackle (18), Quick Attack (15), Double Team (8), Sonicboom (10)
    Drifloon (0sp): Constrict (18), Minimize (10), Astonish (8), Gust (18) - 180HP

    Rosso
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Tyrogue (0sp): Tackle (18), Helping Hand (10), Fake Out (5), Bulk Up (10) - 70HP
    Buneary (0sp): Pound (18), Defense Curl (20), Endure (5), Quick Attack (15) - 110HP
    Ralts (0sp): Growl (20), Confusion (12), Double Team (8), Magical Leaf (10) - 56HP

    Dittoman
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Magby (0sp): Smog (10), Leer (15), Ember (12), Smokescreen (10) - 90HP
    Shuckle (0sp): Withdraw (10), Constrict (18), Bide (5), Encore (5) - 40HP
    Riolu (0sp): Quick Attack (15), Endure (5), Force Palm (5), Counter (10) - 80HP

    Houndude
    0 Badges
    500 Points
    Nidoran-M (0sp): Leer (15), Peck (18), Focus Energy (15), Double Kick (15) - 92HP
    Zorua (0sp): Tackle (18), Howl (20), Sand-Attack (8), Bite (12) - 100HP
    Horsea (0sp): Bubble (15), Smokescreen (10), Leer (15), Water Gun (12) - 80HP

    Can now challenge trainers/gyms!

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    I want a Double match

    I send out Carvanha and Porygon
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    A fantastic battle royale between 12 pokemon!
    Will you be the next Ultimate Rumbler?!?!
    SIGN UPS ARE OPEN FOR ROUND 81 TOXIC WASTE (ALL POISON TYPES)

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    I want to battle a random trainer, starting with Snover.
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    Friendly Battle

    Mitchlord:

    Porygon (0sp): Tackle (18), Conversion (15), Sharpen (15), Psybeam (10) - 130HP
    Carvanha (0sp): Leer (15), Bite (12), Focus Energy (15), Rage (10) - 90HP

    Trainer:

    Glameow (0sp): Fake Out, Scratch, Growl, Hypnosis - 98HP
    Swablu (0sp): Peck, Growl, Astonish, Sing - 90HP

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