I'd be Arceus, because that would give me free reign to shape the faces of Mt. Rushmore into what I always wanted it to look like from left to right: Slash, Flash Gordon, John Lennon and the lead singer of the Village People.
And no matter who I'm talking to, I could always break the conversation by saying "I know YOU are, but what is HE?" Out of context or not.
I'd also have a Snivy for a pet, but he wouldn't directly be my pet, rather my dualistic antagonist figure who lives ten thousand leagues beneath the ground.
And he would have Sauron eyes.
I'd be a gym leader
Garchomp, Dragonite, Hydregion, Dialga, Palkia and Arceus holding a Dragon Plate.
You have to defuse land mines, lump over pits of spikes and avoid swinging electrical wires. The battle would take place in a randomized arena.
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If I could be a... Pokemon I'd be a Wartortle! Gym Leader
7th Gym leader
Pokemon: Manectric,Pikachu,Luxray,Raichu. Champion/Elite 4 Member -
Pokemon: Manectric,Pikachu,Electivire,Luxray,Magnezone,Thun durus(Therian form) Ranger My partner'd be Pikachu Trainer I would have my team from Black 2.Manectric,Flygon,Wartortle,White Kyurem,Zekrom,and Latios. If you had any Pokemon Ability I would have the ability Levitate If you had any Pokemon, which one would you have? I'd have a Reshiram! If your pet was a Pokemon, what would it be? Pikachu. :P
I'm from the Johto region. I left home with my starter Pokemon Cyndaquil to compete in contests. I plan to only be gone for a couple years, and then continue on my career path. I really enjoy contests and would like to keep competing in them, even when I'm older and no longer travelling. Right now, one of my goals as a travelling coordinator is to enter the Grand Festival. I won't quit until I make it! My other goal is to defeat my boyfriend/best friend, Duy, in an official battle.
Duy and I travel together, so have lots of practice battles. We give it our all, but still, my goal is to win in an official battle. That's why when we're on the road, we always try to enter local battle tournaments in hopes of being paired up against each other.
We finally were matched up during the Olivine Battle Tower tournament. The tournament was being held to help promote Olivine's new battle tower, and the two of us were slated to battle each other in the second round. At the time, his Pokemon team was Croconaw, Arcanine, Larvitar, Rhyhorn, and Zigzagoon. Our battle was just 1 vs. 1, so naturally we both used our starters. I had the disadvantage, but Quilava put up a great fight anyway. In the end Duy beat us, but my goal to officially defeat him someday still stands. And since we travel together, there will be plenty of opportunity for that!
Duy challenges gyms and competes in tournaments, but he isn't aiming to enter the league. He really just likes travelling. Shortly after the Olivine Tournament, Duy told me that he wanted to go to Hoenn.
We had traveled together up until that point, so the decision was tricky. If I stayed in Johto, I might be able to get the 2 more ribbons I needed to enter the Grand Festival. But then again, the Grand Festival was in just 2 months, and that was really pushing it. In the end I decided to go with Duy to Hoenn, knowing it would help me build a strong foundation in Pokemon Coordinating. Besides, my 3 Johto Ribbons would still be eligible next year!
When Duy rival and I got to Hoenn, we pulled up in Lillycove City. I immediately raced to the contest hall to register for Hoenn contests. There, I picked up a guidebook of all of the regions contests as well as a regional map. My rival and I picked up some supplies at the Lillycove Department Store, toured the city, and planned our route. We decided to head west and loosely make a counterclockwise loop around the region. Eventually we would find ourselves in Slateport City, where we would take a boat to the eastern Hoenn islands. Once we had ourselves figured out, we embarked on our new journey!
I arrived in Hoenn with Quilava, Flaaffy, and Girafarig, so the only Pokemon I added to my team during my Hoenn travels was Numel. .From Lilycove we headed west towards Fortree City. Along the way, we arrived in a small town that was having a Pokemon contest. I quickly enrolled with Quilava, and I asked my partner to sit with Numel so he could watch what a contest was like. We were very lucky with this first contest... we won! Maybe it was just because the contest was a smaller one, but regardless, we had our first ribbon! Quilava really shined the entire time. At the next contest, in Fortree City, I decided to use Girafarig. Unfortunately, Girafarig and I became very nervous and blew it in the battle round. The Fortree Contest was a lot larger that the first one, after all. Determined not to give up, I used Girafarig in our next Contest, the Fallarbor contest. We used more combination moves, like hitting a Shadow Ball with Iron Tail, and also used regular moves in more appealing ways, like Psybeam while moving the neck in a circle. That contest was also a large one, but we managed to win it with our new skills.
After that, we traveled to Lavaridge for my Duy's next gym battle. During the battle, his Croconaw evolved into Feraligatr and he won with ease. Then we traveled through the Fiery Path, where we met a strange Numel. For some reason, Numel followed us through the path, and it became clear that he wanted to come along with us. He was a real sweetheart! We were heading towards Mauville City for the next gym, but we stopped at a city that was having a Pokemon contest. Flaaffy was showing fierce determination to get on stage. I didn't want that energy to die, so I decided to use her in the contest. And we were able to win it!
Four months had passed since we arrived in Hoenn, and I already had 3 ribbons! The Grand Festival was another four months away, but I didn't want to slack off. My rival won the Dynamo Badge from Watson and then we caught an overnight-train to Rustboro. Unfortunately, Roxanne's trainer school was having final exams when we arrived and the gym was closed until the following week. I did some shopping and watched a few old Pokemon contests on TV. It was pretty dull after a couple days though, so we decided to take a short trip to the cliffs and beaches north of Rusboro City! That happened to be one of our most important training sessions, because Duy's Larvitar evolved into a Pupitar! He was so happy about it that he decided not to challenge Roxanne in the end!
After that, it was south through the Petalburg Woods. That trip took us nearly a week, but we finally made it to Petalburg. There was going to be a contest there the following week. Finally another chance to appear! The Petalburg Contest was an R1 contest and went by Grand Festival rules. So I'd get to use two Pokemon! I decided to let Numel debut in the appeal round and then use Quilava for the battles.
At the Petablurg contest, we were met with a fierce opponent that had a Shiftry. We faced him in the final round of the contest, but unfortunately we lost. It was a devastating blow, especially since we only had three and a half months left to get two more ribbons! There was no room for failure. I did some research and found out that there was going to be another contest held on Dewford Island in two weeks. What a lucky break! Dewford was precisely the place my partner needed to go to get his next badge. We hopped aboard a boat and got to Dewford as fast as we could. Duy challenged Brawly... but unfortunately didn't win. It was pretty devastating for both of us to have lost our most recent attempts. But neither of us were about to give up! We trained tirelessly for the next week. I entered the Dewford contest with Flaaffy, and we won! Not only that, but Duy won is rematch with Brawly as well!
There are only 3 months left until the Grand Festival and I need 1 more Ribbon. And so, we continued our journey through Hoenn!
My final team for the Grand Festival would be:
Quilava ♂ - Quilava is the ace of the team. With the ability to focus and work hard, he is very dependable as a friend and in battle. Most of the time he's easy-going and amiable, though. He enjoys lying in the sun and being brushed.
Flaaffy ♀ - Friendly, excitable, and full of energy are good ways to describe her. Flaaffy loves to participate in anything and everything, and she has a particular knack for contests. She is constantly learning from others and from her own mistakes, making her the most well rounded talent on the team. She gets along well with almost everyone, but can sometimes become stubborn or selfish. Flaaffy loves sweets and is probably the most "girly" member on the team.
Girafarig ♂ - Kind and caring most of the time, Girafarig is a sweetheart. He loves nature and spending time lounging outdoors, so he gets along well with Quilava. The two of them like sleeping under trees together. However, he becomes serious about whatever tasks he is given and trains regularly for contest appeals and battles. Beacuse of this, Girafarig is the strongest battler on the team, and his specialty is combination attacks.
Farfecth'd ♂ - Farfecth'd is a natural at contests and is great at making his attacks look precise and powerful. Most of his attacks are physical though, which is a challenge for me since I prefer attacking from a distance. The best word to describe him is "confident", but he's also pretty full-of-himself. He's also a bit mischievous and likes pulling pranks, but he's a really sweetie on the inside.
Skitty ♀ - Skitty is high-energy and always cheerful, bringing a fresh feeling to the group. Everyone on the team has a positive attitude (balancing out my tendency to worry), but Skitty turns it up to 100. She's not the strongest battler, but she makes up for it with speed and determination. Because she's so curious, I let her walk around with me outside her Poke Ball often.
Marshtomp ♂ - Marshtomp is a natural at contests and is great at making his attacks look precise and powerful. In fact, he was the one who came up with the idea to spin the head in a circle while using an attack in order to make the attack swirl! It may it sound like Marshtomp is very serious and only focused on battling, but it's actually the opposite! Marshtomp loves relaxing. Marshtomp has a jolly personality and doesn't let a lot of things bother him. Instead, he just focuses on what he likes best, and that's contests! He gets along very well with Cyndaquil.
Breloom ♂ - Breloom is the strength the team needs. He has a knack for contest battles and thrives on making his attacks look graceful and fluid. He is also incredibly fast and has powerful legs, so his jumping used in both appeal and battle rounds. Breloom is 5 feet tall, rather large for his size. However, since my rival and I are both tall ourselves, he doesn't seem so unusually big. Breloom has a good personality and accepts everyone with open arms. He gets along very well with Quilava.
Spoiler:- If I had gone to Sinnoh for contests:
So I headed to Sinnoh for contests! I left with my three Pokemon: Quilava, Flaaffy, and Girafarig. My boat to Sinnoh docked at 4pm in Canalave City. I immediately went shopping to buy a Sinnoh region map and guidebook, and also got my Pokedex upgraded for Sinnoh Pokemon at the Pokemon Center. I spent the rest of that day walking around and enjoying the Sinnoh atmosphere! The next morning, I went to the Canalave City Contest Hall and registered for a Sinnoh Contest Pass. I picked up a schedule of Sinnoh's contests for the year, and learned that there would be a contest held in Canalave City in two weeks! So I decided to stay in the area and practice. Of course, during that time I did other things like buy formal wear for the contest, watch gym battles at the Canalave Gym, and visit the library. It was at the library that I was able to learn more about Sinnoh Pokemon contests - I learned I needed to buy Seals!
We were all incredibly nervous for our Sinnoh debut and the Canalave contest certainly wasn't the easiest contest to start off with. Using Flaaffy, I was able to move on to the second round. However, Girafarig and I were eliminated after our first battle. The contest was a valuable experience though. Girafarig still wasn't used to contest battling and we were out of sync. In a panic, I had forgotten about showing off Girafarig's unique body and abilities. The constant Psybeams may have looked nice, but they couldn't show off his unique qualities and powers because they looked the same as any other Pokemon's version of the attack.
So even though I left Canalave City without a ribbon, it was an incredible reminder that I needed to continue focusing on showy battles and become more in sync with my Pokemon. We headed Southeast: Sandgem Town was holding a contest in three weeks, and I wanted to check out Lake Verity as well. I tried Quilava for appeals and stuck with Girafarig for battles, this time focusing on looking good instead of pure power.
Three weeks later, the Sandgem Town Pokemon Contest began. It was a smaller contest, and Quilava's Swift-Flame Wheel combination got us through the appeal round without a hitch. In the battle round, Girafarig was determined to redeem himself. He'd been running every day for the past three weeks, trying to increase his agility. And it showed! His double hit was connecting with amazing speed. But more than that, we were using combination moves! The usual Psywave looked stunning when Girafarig rotated his head in a circle, creating a swirl of Psybeam. And for the first time, we tried a defensive move like Safeguard - and it helped us preserve points when we were attacked! With all this, we managed to win the contest in Sandgem town.
Getting our first Sinnoh ribbon was a huge confidence boost. The following day, we headed east towards Pastoria. There was an upcoming contest in a small costal town southeast of Sandgem, and we were heading there in hopes of winning another ribbon. In the hills, just before arriving in town, we ran into a lone Drifloon. Of rather, it ran into us! Flaaffy and I were practicing a Cotton Spore - Discharge combination after our lunch break when Drifloon appeared. It watched us for a while, then it did something on its own. When we looked over, we saw Drifloon sending out a Hidden Power attack in the same way that Flaaffy was releasing Cotton Sport. That was when I realized Drifloon was interested in contests and would make a great addition to our team. So, with Flaaffy, I challenged it to a battle and captured it. My fourth Pokemon!
Just three short weeks later, it was time for the contest. Flaaffy got the Cotton Spore -Discharge combo down to a T, so I'd been spending time with Quilava and Drifloon preparing for the battle round. I wanted Drifloon to just watch us for this contest, to get a better feel for it. A few days before the contest, we had a practice battle with a trainer at the Pokemon center. I used Drifloon, and we managed to win. Practice with Quilava and a victory with another trainer were all it took for Drifloon to evolve into Drifblim. I knew Drifblim really wanted to compete, that may have been part of its inspiration to evolve, but Quilava wanted to participate too. In the end, I stuck with Flaaffy and Quilava. And it was a good decision - we won! We had two ribbons after just two months in Sinnoh!
Now we're heading northeast, back on track to Pastoria. There isn't a contest there, but I'm excited to see the Great Marsh! The next contest on our map is in Majolica Town. I promised Drifblim I'd let him try an appeal, so we'll see how it goes!
Drifblim ♂ - Evolved from a Drifloon, he was my first capture in the Sinnoh region, caught just outside of Sandgem Town. Drifblim is a bit of a dork and gets very excited over contests, to the point of crashing into objects as he floats around in joy. Drifblim is a great teammate and really cares for all of the other Pokemon. He and Girafarig get along really well and make a good combination in double battles. Drifblims favorite pass time, unsurprisingly, is floating around in the sky.
Chimchar ♂ - A happy Pokemon that's full of energy. Chimchar likes to play, whether it be games or pranks. Flaaffy sees herself as a big-sister to him, and tries, often unsuccessfully, to keep him in line. He is very agile and makes lively movements in battles, always keeping a smile on his face. Because of this, his opponents often become frustrated while battling him, putting him in control of the pace of the battle. Chimchar and Quilava share many of the same attacks and therefore are a good combination in battles.
Budew ♀ - Budew is the baby of the team. She's very curious and has wandered off more than once. Budew is friendly and kind. Because of her stature, she can't move very quickly and isn't strong in battle. She does her best, but when she gets worn out, she usually sunbathes with Quilava. Everyone on the team takes care of her. Flaaffy sees herself as a big-sister to Budew as well.
Also, for contests, I considered Snover, Pachirisu, Froslass, and Cleffa for my team
Pachirisu ♂ - Pachirisu, like Chimchar, is a ball of energy. That's probably why the two get along so well, and they are usually responsible for pranks and jokes. Pachirisu is cheerful, friendly and curious. He is a bit childish and can sometimes be irritating, but he is a loveable and great friend to have. Pachirisu's speed is invaluable in battles, and his cuteness works well in appeals rounds. He likes to climb trees.
Snover ♂ - Snover was shy and timid at first, but he gradually opened up. He has a natural curiosity for things, but is often too nervous to fully investigate. He is sweet and loveable, and has great concern for the rest of the team.
Spoiler:- If I had gone to Kanto for contests:
I arrived in Pallet Town after taking a boat from New Bark Town. At first I was nervous if coming to Kanto was the right choice. After all, I spent a lot of time watching Sinnoh Pokemon Contests on TV, so perhaps I would fit in better with coordinators there. After stepping off the boat though, I knew Kanto was a good choice. Kanto is a relatively small region with many cities close together, which is perfect for someone like me who travels light. I'm definitely going to visit Sinnoh someday, but traveling the whole region on foot would take a long time - not to mention a lot of camp outs. Still, I decided I wanted to bring a bit of the Sinnoh flare to Kanto contests and decided to buy a dress for contests. As I searched around Pallet town for a clothing shop, I stopped in at a supermarket to buy some food. I decided to ask a man standing near the entrance directions to the nearest clothing store... and that man was Tracey Sketchit! Tracey gave me the directions and assumed I was new in town. I told him my story and he invited me to come meet the famous Professor Oak! So instead of shopping, I followed him to the labratory. Professor Oak allowed me to help Tracey feed the Pokemon their evening meal and let me spend the night in one of his guest rooms. The professor also told me about a Pokemon contest that would take place in Viridian City in about two weeks. What luck, right?
The next day my travels through Kanto officially began. Bidding goodbye to Tracey and the Professor, I set out for Viridian City. I was shocked how quickly I was able to make it there, it only took four days. The first thing I went to do was register for the Pokemon contest, worried there wouldn't be any spots left. To my relief, I was able to enter, and in fact I was one of the first entrants! I also picked up a schedule for all the contests in the Kanto region, a very important thing to have. After that I went to buy my contest outfit: A plum colored dress down to my knees that flared at the bottom, with loose sleeves that reached my elbows. I even bought a cream colored sash to tie around the waist in a bow and a pair of brown flats.
At that time I was excited, but when the day of the contest drew close, we all became incredibly nervous. Using Flaaffy, I was able to move on to the second round. However, Girafarig and I were eliminated after our first battle. The contest was a valuable experience though. Girafarig still wasn't used to contest battling and we were out of sync. In a panic, I had forgotten about showing off Girafarig's unique body and abilities. The constant Psybeams may have looked nice, but they could not show off his unique qualities and powers because they looked the same as any other Pokemon's version of the attack.
So even though I left Viridian City without a ribbon, it was an incredible reminder that I needed to continue focusing on showy battles and become more in sync with my Pokemon. Now we're heading Southeast towards the ocean. A small city there near the beginning of the bike path would be holding a contest in just over three weeks.
I was going to try Cyndaquil for appeals and stick with Girafarig for battles, this time focusing on looking good instead of pure power. We managed to find a ride in the back of a traveling truck of trainers headed for Fuchsia City, so what would have taken two weeks was cut down to two days. Upon arriving in town, we registered for the contest and began training. Cyndaquil was a natural at appeals so I wasn't worried there. Girafarig was a good contest battler too, it had just been nerves that threw us out of sync the first time. We came up with great attack combinations, like Psybeam while moving Girafarig's head in a circle, hitting a Shadow Ball with Iron Tail, or using Calm Mind to make Girafarig sparkle even more. I designed these combinations to show off Girafarig's unique physique, something that I wanted to bring out with all of my Pokemon.
It seems our three weeks of practice paid off, because Cyndaquil, Girafarig, and I managed to win the contest! With our first Kanto ribbon and a huge boost of confidence, we decided to cross the bike path towards Fuchsia. There were a handful of cities and towns in Southeastern Kanto that would be holding contests within the next couple months. It was around this time that I slowed down my travels. I took detours and spent days relaxing, something I had temporarily lost sight of in my anxiety to win my first Kanto ribbon.
Pokemon added to my team on the Kanto path:
Candidates I consdiered: Farfetch'd, Poliwhirl, Espeon, Skiploom/Jumpluff, Sandshrew/Sandslash, Vileplume, Staryu/Starmie
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Gym Leader. Definitely. Now, I know this will be a long post. I'll state that now. My gym will be heavily involved in the storyline of the game. Unlike some that you need to beat just because that's how it works. My gym is actually attacked by the "team" of the game. I'm the 6th gym, and my gym is where the storyline starts cracking down to focus on the "team" of the game. IRL, I'm heavily influenced by storyline so I chose the gym to be heavily influenced by it as well.
My gym is in a lighthouse, like the Olivine city lighthouse. It consists of you going up through the floors after waking my team that blocks the staircases. Or the elevator... In case of Aggron. The story just made the gym fall asleep in an attack by the "team" of the game. Whether it was Team Rocket or Team Galactic or whatever. They attacked the gym with large amounts of sleeping powder to steal my pokemon, but they'd need my pokeballs that are on my person for that. Outside, your rival hands you a gas-mask to deal with the gas and traverse the gym.
First, you'd have to wake up my Metagross that is blocking your path to the stairs heading upwards, waking him up by ringing a large bell above the middle of the room. Metagross is a heavy sleeper and you'll need to ring it 3 times, each time waking up one of the "team" members (caught in the sleeping powder blast) that battle you immediately for waking them up. They disappear after you beat them. No special Challenge or puzzle, simply beat 3 trainers.
The next floor is pitch black and you would have to reconnect 2 energy sources to the light switches to turn them on and wake up my two steelix's. The lights startle the first one into shaking its head when it wakes up, smacking my single trainer on the head and waking him up, instead of battling you, he asks if you're alright after the attack on the gym. Your rival puts a gas mask on him so he stays awake and then heads downstairs to "protect" the Metagross from floor one. The second steelix bangs his head into the wall on waking up (by accident) and lets enough light in to wake up the second trainer on the floor. This one is from the "team" and the other trainer you woke up takes to fighting him. Little bit of a puzzle, no trainers you have to battle.
The floor above was fitted for my Excadrill, it's got a thin floor like the ice of the Sootopolis gym in Emerald, but only in some patches. There is a giant boulder blocking your path with Excadrill sleeping next to it. You will need to start cracks on the floor around the boulder to make it fall through the floor and land almost perfectly so that you can walk on it to the floor upstairs. ALMOST. You can't walk on it just yet. You have to wander around the floor, careful not to step on the same place twice and fall down to the floor underneath in places, until you get to the other side of my excadrill and roll him over onto the boulder, then the boulder will flatten out. While Excadrill is still asleep, head over to the other side of him and push him back to where he was, as the side opposite of him has barely enough room for you to walk through. Now, you can calmly walk over the boulder to the floor above. Large puzzle, no trainers.
On the final floor, my Aggron is sleeping right in front of an... elevator?! That's right, I put an elevator in the gym on like the 4th floor to go to floor 7 so that you can face me directly after dealing with Aggron. And the "team" members are swarming the floor, they're mainly just pissed off because they can't get up the floor, since Aggron is in the way. After first heading up the stairs, 2 grunts battle you back-to-back. Then, you need to walk around a cluster of them using attacks on the Aggron in an attempt to make it move. (Talking to any will tell you that you probably shouldn't do that in an attempt to stay incognito.) After that, you head over to the rest of them and fight a good 3 or 4 more before fighting the leader of the attack. The storyline part in my gym finishes up when you beat the "team" leader/commander/whatever and then he rips off your gas mask. You pass out from the sleep powder spores left from the attack. A few minutes later, you wake up to the sound of Aggron and the rest of my team on a rampage against the invaders. Then I (the gym leader) walk over and help you up, handing you your pokemon and saying that I saw a grunt take them off of you. I thank you for everything you've done and say that the enemy is long gone now. My gym is a mess, though. I welcome a gym challenge and bring you downstairs to the outside of the gym, where your rival is standing there. I say that if you want to gym battle, I'll stand right outside of the gym, as a service to the people who helped save my gym. Your rival starts his battle with me while you go off and do... whatever you have to do. Just enter a building and then come back to us and I'll congratulate your rival on a good match but tell him to watch for my Aggron next time. He walks over to you and tells you to be careful against me, since he just lost. I heal my pokemon and await your match.
I'd probably talk half-asleep and be wearing loose-fitting and comfy clothes. I'd thank you for your help dealing with the grunts and say thank you to you and you rival for making sure my pokemon didn't get stolen. Afterwards, I'd hand you the *Crash* Badge and *TM__ (insert name of move here)* as the other gym leaders (aside from the almighty #8) walk over and ask if the three of us are alright. I'd yell at them for being late and etc. I'd be pretty pissed against the "team" and want revenge for my gym. The trainer on the second floor would constantly stand in front of my gym from then on, blocking the entrance until after the game was over. For an end-game second match against me, my gym would be back to normal... Sort of...
During the final battle against the "team's" leader I'd show up with the rest of the gym leaders and I'd be especially pissed off while the gym leaders ravage the "team" along with you. I'll be using my Aggron in the open-world matches, And if you pay attention, you can notice me using a Magneton as well. (for my end-game match I have a Magnezone.
Just the match, well my single trainer would be on the bottom floor, blocking the path to a newly-put-in elevator leading straight to me. But, security tape is blocking the stairs up for the rest of the gym, so it's just the 2 of us, and the other trainer is pretty weak compared to me. You'd have to fight my single, faithful trainer before heading up to the top where I am standing there, ready for the match.
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a Pokemon: Lucario Gym Leader: water or dragon type specialist Champion/Elite 4 Member: water and dragon types A Range: a water type A Trainer: a balanced team If you had any Pokemon Ability: Intimidate If you had any Pokemon, which one would you have? Riolu/Lucario If your pet was a Pokemon, what would it be? Buneary
I think I would be a Meinfoo. I like ermines, and I love Fighting type pokemon. I've not put a lot of thought into this, really--and it feels like a weird question, to me.
Spoiler:- Gym Leader:
Ah, this is something into which I have put a lot of thought. I would be a Fighting Type Gym--maybe 7th or 8th gym. My team would be: Hitmonchan, Medicham, Scrafty, Breloom, Infernape, and Lucario. The gym would be set up in an old hospital that the player has to travel around inside, finding my three underlings (guess who they are and win a cookie). After defeating them, the player would gain key-cards to reach each level of the gym. At the top, in "The Solarium" they would find me. I would give out "The Hope Badge", and TM 27 (Return). Treating your pokemon with love and kindness would be my theme, so giving a TM that rewards you for treating your pokemon with care would be a logical choice. I would dress in a floor-length, longsleeved, medium brown dress, brown leggings, and brown sandals with a brown hairband. Over the dress, I would wear a lab coat.
Spoiler:- Champion/Elite 4 Member:
My type would be Fighting, of course, and my team would be the same as the gym leader team. I would be inside what appears to be a library or a study, with many bookshelves behind me, full of heavy, leather-bound tomes that "are on difficult subjects that [player] can't understand...Are these even in [language of the game, be it English, Japanese, French, ect]?". The floor would be decked out in fine, dark green carpet; the walls would be done in old-world wood paneling; the windows would be those old style large, ornate windows with green velvet drapes tied back with a gold-coloured cord. A crystal chandelier would hang from the ceiling. I would be sitting behind a mahogany desk in a leather swivel chair with my back to the challenger. When they come in, I would swivel around to greet them and, like Lucian, tell them that they are fortunate to come when they did--I just finished reading my book. Then I would battle them. It would be a Unova-type E4, wherein you could challenge the E4 in any order.
Spoiler:- A Ranger:
To be honest, I have no Earthly idea what that is. I've never played any of the Ranger games, so my only experience with rangers are the in-game trainers. I'd say my partner would be Hitmonchan, though, as Hitmonchan is my favorite pokemon.
Spoiler:- A Trainer:
I would have a team made up of the following:
Hitmonchan male (duh)--egg hatched and raised from a Tyrogue. First pokemon and have the strongest bond with him.
Medicham (female)--rescued from an illegal cage-breeding operation.
Scrafty (male)--rescued from an abusive trainer.
Breloom (female)--caught as a Shroomish.
Infernape (male)--given as a gift from Prof. Rowan.
Lucario (female)--found abandoned as a Riolu.
I would raise my team 'o six with the utmost love and care--keeping them fed, clean, warm, dry (except for the Breloom, as she is part grass type and loves the rain), healthy and happy. We would train hard, but I wouldn't let them get hurt. I would defend them with my life from people like Team Rocket and Team Plasma. They'll get my pokemon over my (and some of theirs) cold dead body.
As for what I would wear (as if it matters): Black low neck blouse, blue jeans, black leather boots, sage green trench coat, black "took" hat (Canadians know what I'm talking about when I say a took), black gloves, and a white, black, and violet scarf. I would carry a black back pack.
I would bring these items along with me:
2 cartons of menthol cigarettes
A change of clothes for different weather (don't want to wear long sleeves in hot weather, don't want to wear short sleeves in cold weather)
A sleeping bag
First Aid Kit
.380 mm Semi-automatic handgun (Walther PK-380)
.380 mm handgun rounds
Uh *blushes* feminine hygiene products...
Shampoo/body wash (I don't like to stink)
I would travel around on a black scooter, as I can't walk very well as I am missing ~80% of my body's cartilage, and can no longer ride a bike, either.
Spoiler:- Pokemon Ability:
Guts, so I would get stronger because of my syndrome.
Spoiler:- If you had any Pokemon, which one would you have?:
Hitmonchan. I would have received him as an egg from my grandfather as a gift on my 10th birthday and hatched him. I would have taken care of him like he was my baby all through him being a Tyrogue, but made sure he became a Hitmonchan. I would still baby him to this day, and bring him with me everywhere. I love Hitmonchan (not in a pokephile way, I just really like Hitmonchan, and mine is very special to me. He and I have been through everything together).
Spoiler:- If your pet was a Pokemon, what would it be?:
Let's see, I have five cats and a shark.
Tweek - Cat - Meowth
Paul - Cat - Persian
Frank - Cat - Purrugly (he isn't ugly (in fact, he is beautiful with his sable coat) he's just really fat)
Claudius - Kitten - Skitty
Charlotte - Kitten - Skitty
Jastor Gallywix (I'll love you forever if you get that) - Silver Shark - Sharpedo
Of my "animal buddies" that live outside:
Cynder - Cat - Glameow
Bill - Cat - Purrugly (again, he's fat)
Boomhaur - Cat - Liepard
Dale - Cat - Liepard
Percy - Opossum - Abra (since Abra reminds me of an Opossum)
Spoiler:- anything else:
I've always wanted to run a sanctuary for fighting pokemon who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned. I would call it "The Myrmidon Sanctuary". It would be in Lavender Town (of all places) in an old hospital. The hospital was abandoned decades ago because the doctors were found to be performing horrific experiments upon the patients. It sat empty for decades until I bought it and renovated it. I would run it as a doctor to the pokemon, and see to it that they get to spend the rest of their lives in peace and tranquility.
I will be on here very, very rarely. The account is not dead, per se, but I will not be on often. This has become a den of hatred, hostility, and anger. It is not the SPPF it was when I joined, and I really dislike coming here. To those of you who were nice to me and were my friend, thank you. Goodbye.
3DS FC: 1950 7837 2016
Electric Friend Safari. Pokemon: Dedenne, Pikachu, Manectric
Before you try to act superior to someone else on here, remember that no matter how much of an "internet cool-guy" you think you are, this is a Pokemon forum.
If I could be a Pokemon, I'd be a Vulpix. Vulpix is hands down my all time favourite Pokemon and I wouldn't be causing any fires unless I wanted to (not like Charmander's tail)
If I were a Gym Leader, I'd have a fire type team of Ninetales, Magcargo, Houndoom, Lampent, and Magmar. It'd be around badge 6 or 7. The layout would involve crossing a complicated system of bridges over a large lava pool.
If I were an Elite Four member, I'd have the same team as Gym Leader, but Lampent and Magmar would be evolved.
If I could be a Ranger, my partner would be a Vulpix. It'd probably evolve into a Ninetales sometime, but I'm okay with that.
If I were a Trainer, I'd have a Vulpix on my team, and whatever really caught my eye during my travels. I'd train them with an emphasis on strategy and efficiency. I'd teach them a lot of moves that cover a lot of types, and I'd have special training often for their strong points.
If I had any Pokemon Ability, I'd have Levitate, because walking is boring and slow.
If I had any Pokemon, I... think we all know the answer to this one. (Hint: It's Vulpix)
If I could be a pokemon
I would want to be Piplup, but it's weak, so I would go Empoleon, or Deoxys.
If I were a gym leader
If I were a gym leader I would want to be the 8th one, my gym would be located in Hoenn. It would be at a fairly large town located on top of a mountain. To get to the top of said mountain you would have to go through the cave leading up. My gym layout would be a dive/waterfall/surf challenge using three layers to the gym. To get to the bottom would require Dive and to get up would require waterfall. To get to the end you would need to ride a big waterfall up to the center of the top layer. My type would be water. My team would be (If each gym leader had 4 pokemon): Jellicent, Milotic, Ludicolo and my signature Empoleon. I would give out the TM Rain Dance.
If I were a elite four member
I'd be the champion! But personally I'd rather be the 8th gym leader, they can be more creative... Anyways, my type would be Psychic, Dark and Ice. I would only do double battles. If it was possible to have legendaries on your team, my team would look like this: Gallade & Reunclius, Chandelure & Frosslass, and my signatures Articuno & Regice.
If I were a ranger my partner pokemon would be
Either Empoleon due to sheer strength or Piplup due to sheer awesomeness.
If I could have a pokemon
It would probably be Piplup.
If I could have a pet pokemon
It would be a togepi.
If I could make a city
It would be in Hoenn and be a fairly large town up top a mountain, and to get there you would need to go through the cave up.
Or, it would be like Mossdeep city sort of far off but be snowy and to get to it from the island there would be a forest.
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If I could be...
a Pokemon - what kind, what type, etc. Lucario or Arcanine
Gym Leader - what would be your team, your type, and your gym layout, etc. Fire Type, Arcanine, Charizard, Infernape, Houndoom,Magmortar,Dragonite(with Flamethrower)
Champion/Elite 4 Member - what would be your team/type, etc? Fire Type, Strong Arcanine Charizard, Moltres, Dragonite, Magmortar, Infernape
A Ranger - what would be your partner Pokemon? Lucario or Arcanine
A Trainer - what would you raise, how do you raise your pokemon, etc. Lucario, Arcanine, Lanturn,Dragonite or Garchomp, Crobat, Breloom, I will raise them to have courage, determination, who gives their best effort, and with compassion in order that can help each other to develop.
If you had any Pokemon Ability: Guts, Pokemon that never gives up.
If you had any Pokemon, which one would you have? Lucario
If your pet was a Pokemon, what would it be? Riolu
Anything Else: A Day-Care, I would love to raise Pokemon.
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If I could be a Pokémon ~ I would be a shiny Eevee, no doubt about it.
If I could be a Gym Leader ~ I would have the most exquisite Eevee Evolution team in which every Pokémon would have the back of it's allies and my new type of Gym would become popular for it's incredibility and extreme difficulty to beat. The design of the Gym would be high-tech yet easy to navigate through, mostly for looks.
If I could be the Champion ~ Imagine what I said I'd be like as a Gym leader, now imagine it tenfold.
If I could be a Ranger ~ I'd have a Shiny Eevee as my partner and it would be clad in high-tech spaceforce armor as I would be.
If I could be a Trainer ~ I would raise hundreds of the most adorable Eevee with love and care, and they would reside in happiness inside an enormous and beautiful mansion.
If I could have any Pokémon Ability ~ I would have Levitate. Why? Because that'd be awesome.
If I could have any Pokémon ~ I'd have a Shiny Eevee and it would be clad in high-tech spaceforce armor as I would be.
If I could have a Pokémon as a pet ~ I'd have a Shiny Eevee with the most luxurious coat of silver fur.