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I finally finished my FireRed Scramble Challenge today. It took me a while to finish, but I finally got it done after a year of work. Here is my team and their requirements:
- Diglett aka 3Heads by TheSuperZekrom
Diglett must defeat 10 Pokemon with Magnitude and solo one of Koga's Pokemon without any healing to evolve
- Spearow aka Lil' Spear by Winter02
Spearow can evolve after beating a Weepinbell while being Paralyzed
- Goldeen aka Pudge by dirkac
Goldeen must use Peck or Megahorn under every Weather Condition (Sandstorm, Hail, Sun, Rain)
Before challenging the Pokémon League, it must solo 6 Pokémon in the Blue Category
To evolve, it must solo an additional 26 Pokémon in the Blue Category
Before getting the Ruby it must Faint to a Flying Type Pokémon.
- Gyarados aka Magicarp
- Venasaur aka Bulbasax
- Arcanine aka 1
They were all hard challenges. The hardest one of them all was Goldeen's challenges. I felt like giving up and skipping it entirely. Once I figured how to complete it though, I gave it another shot. Overall, the scramble challenge was fun and I might do another.
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So I feel like trying a Scramble Challenge of LeafGreen.
Soloing trainers to evolve is okay, but within reason, for example I'd rather not have to trainers of a type the Pokemon is weak to, and no soloing a Rival fight, or something far later than when the 'mon would usually evolve.
Any move restrictions are welcome, with the same restrictions about soloing trainers.
I can't trade.
I'd prefer a starter.
No rules that require a status condition on one of my Pokemon, just to save the aggravation of finding something to apply it.
Other than that, anything goes, but I reserve the right to veto challenges if they're too absurd.
Exhibit A, take a Sandshrew. Catch it on Route 4 before catching any other Pokemon there. It can evolve into Sandslash after it beats one of Lt. Surge's Pokemon and then also soloing four trainers on Route 9. It must learn Poison Sting and keep it until you have beaten all Gym Leaders. If you take nicknames, name it Eldes.
I'm doing a Pokemon Scramble+Moveset Scramble Challenge in Pokemon Leaf Green. I asked around for the Pokemon and got:
Blastoise (Surf, Ice Beam, Protect, Strength)
Aerodactyl (Fly, needs 3 more)
I still need 3 more moves for Aerodactyl, and full movesets for Magmar, Raticate, Electrode, and Nidoking. Thanks in advance
@crystalmaster - have Nidoking learn Megahorn, Earthquake, Brick Break and Rockslide.
3DS FC 0877-2062-2004
Friend Safari: Aipom, Kecleon, Chansey
Thanks The only moveset left is Aerodactyl
Crystalmaster, the three last moves for your Aerodactyl shall be Ancientpower, Iron Tail and Double-Edge.
Hello! I would like to do a scramble on emerald.
I would like to note a couple of things:
a. one of the reasons I would like to do a scramble is because I would like some variety. therefore, please don't suggest gardevoir, gyarados or blaziken, because I feel that would be a bit boring for me.
b. I mainly want suggestions for which pokemon to use. you can add other restrictions if you want, but I may decide against using them.
c. I have no way to trade, so keep that in mind.
uzzlepay, take a Lileep. It can evolve freely but must learn Giga Drain and Ancientpower. If you take nicknames, name it Aqua Rose.
Okay, so for my Emerald scramble, here's what I have so far:
Lileep (Aqua Rose) - must learn Giga Drain and Ancientpower - from Winter02
Makuhita (Atihukam) - must learn Knock-off at lvl 28. After you learn knock-off, then you can evolve it. Knock-off stays as a move no matter what. - from pokekid1
Linoone - from Monek_OP
any more suggestions?
Last edited by uzzlepay; 29th June 2014 at 8:58 PM.