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1st/2nd Gen Nuzlocke Challenge Thread!

Discussion in 'Pokémon Challenge Forum' started by bobandbill, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. ToNeS

    ToNeS Well-Known Member

    I went east of Pewter City and went through the route battling trainers along the way and reaching the pokemon centre near Mt.Moon entrance. I decided to train TopPercent south of the pokemon centre and encountered a Lvl 9 Mankey. I assumed that my TopPercent would endure at least 1 hit from the pokemon however I was wrong as that Mankey's Low Kick was a critical hit 1 hit K.Oing my TopPercent. I had no choice but to release it. After the loss of my TopPercent, I had to continue into Mt.Moon. I fought my way through and my Feminist evolved into Nidorina. Near towards the end, both PowerCut and Feminist almost died. I reached outside Mt.Moon at last and headed straight to the pokemon centre at Cerulean City. I headed north towards the bridge and spotted my rival Scumbag there. It was an easy battle and I continued my way to Nugget Bridge. I defeated all the trainers there and looked in the grass for a new pokemon. I encountered Bellsprout and caught it. Nicknamed it LimpNoodle and headed back to the pokemon centre to heal up and save there.


    ;025; Powercut - Lvl 20

    ;030; Feminist - Lvl 21

    ;069; LimpNoodle - Lvl 12


    PokeGrave
    ;019; TopPercent - Lvl 13


    **UPDATED**
    I decided to train up LimpNoodle but unfortunately it got killed by a Spearow (silly me). I sadly released LimpNoodle and just went into Cerulean Gym. My PowerCut took on the trainers there with ease however when I faced Misty's Starmie, it got 1 hit K.O'ed by a critical hit Bubblebeam and that's when I knew I was in deep waters now (pun intended). Sent out Feminist and it didn't bode well as it was taking critical hit Tackles mostly. I used Potions in vain thinking that I could have a fighting chance but to no avail. Feminist also hit the bucket alongside with PowerCut.


    PokeGrave - GAME OVER RIP
    ;019; TopPercent - Lvl 13

    ;025; Powercut - Lvl 21

    ;030; Feminist - Lvl 21

    ;069; LimpNoodle - Lvl 12


    It was a brief but fun experience trying out my first ever Nuzlocke challenge so therefore I'm doing it again. To be truthful I kind of cheated because I soft-resetted a couple of times in attempt to encounter a pokemon I wanted to capture so as punishment I've imposed myself extra rules. Also I was very unlucky in this play-through. New rules are bolded.

    - No Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander or any Psychic-type pokemon. This time no Pikachu.
    - Battle style is now onto Set.
    - No Rare Candies.
    - No TM's allowed.
    - No soft-resetting.
    - Pokemon who can learn/use Psychic-type moves are allowed.
    - Nicknaming all caught pokemon is still current except Pikachu. (Forgot to mention this first)

    I will post my progress when I re-do this challenge again.
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2014
  2. ToNeS

    ToNeS Well-Known Member

    I've restarted my nuzlocke challenge and with the new rules applied.

    • Obtained Pikachu but deposited it.
    • Caught male Nidoran and nicknamed it Godzilla.
    • Went to Viridian Forest and caught Caterpie, nicknamed it Esperwing.
    • Evolved Caterpie to Butterfree.
    • Godzilla died to a critical hit Gust.
    • Caught Rattata and nicknamed it Jerry (a reference to Tom and Jerry).
    • Defeated Brock with Esperwing.
    • Beated the trainers along the way towards Mt.Moon.
    • Caught a Mankey and named it SonGoku (a reference to Naruto and DBZ).
    • Defeated the Rockets on my way out.
    • Headed to Cerulean City to heal and save there.
    • Encountered Scumbag (Gary) and defeated him.
    • Went up to the Nugget Bridge and challenged the trainers.
    • Jerry died to a critical hit Double Kick by a female Nidoran.
    • Beated the trainers along the way towards Bill's House.
    • Helped Bill out and obtained the ticket to S.S Anne.
    • Headed back to Cerulean City to heal and defeated the rocket outside the house Officer Jenny was.
    • Went towards the grass near the pokemon breeder's house and caught Jigglypuff. Nicknamed it Miku (reference to Vocaloid).
    • Trained up Miku to lvl19 and faced Misty.
    • Beated Misty and headed towards Vermilion City.
    • Defeated the trainers along the way towards Vermilion City to heal and save.

    My team so far:
    ;012; Esperwing - Lvl22
    ;056; SonGoku - Lvl22
    ;039; Miku - Lvl20


    PokeGrave
    ;032; Godzilla - Lvl11
    ;019; Jerry - Lvl17
     
  3. ToNeS

    ToNeS Well-Known Member

    • Entered S.S Anne and defeated Scumbag (Gary) along with the rest of the trainers.
    • Obtained HM Cut
    • Decided to fight the trainers next to Diglett Cave.
    • SonGoku died to a critical hit ThunderShock from a Magneton.
    • Went to catch a Diglett in the cave and nicknamed it WhackAMole.
    • WhackAMole died to another Diglett. Had to catch a replacement to teach it Cut.
    • Went to face Lt.Surge with my Esperwing against Raichu. My Esperwing surprisingly survived Raichu's Thunderbolt with just 4HP left (Lucky).
    • Defeated Raichu with Sleep Powder and Miku.
    • Headed towards Diglett Cave and exited outside of it.
    • Obtained HM Flash from Prof.Oak's Aide. Taught Esperwing Flash.
    • Went back to Cerulean City and went east to cut the tree.
    • Caught female Nidoran and nicknamed it SheHulk.
    • Evolved SheHulk into Nidorina.
    • Defeated the trainers in that route and continued towards the pokemon centre where I healed and saved.
    • Got through Rock Tunnel and saved at Lavender Town.
    • Went east to reach Celadon City and healed and saved there.
    • Went east again to catch myself a Doduo. Nicknamed it Bipolar.
    • Obtained HM Fly and taught it to Bipolar.
    • Faced Celadon City's Gym with just Bipolar alone and single-handedly won.
    • Got Eevee and named it Spiky.
    • Bought a Thunderstone and evolved Spiky.
    • Went to Game Corner and defeated the Rockets.
    • Faced Giovanni but Spiky died to Persian by a critical hit Bite.
    • Obtained Silph Scope.
    • Saved and healed at Celadon City.

    P.S: I'm really unlucky with critical hits :(

    My team so far:
    ;012; Esperwing - Lvl31
    ;030; SheHulk - Lvl32
    ;039; Miku - Lvl31
    ;084; Bipolar - Lvl28
    ;050; TreeCutter - Lvl19


    PokeGrave
    ;032; Godzilla - Lvl11
    ;019; Jerry - Lvl17
    ;056; SonGoku - Lvl22
    ;050; WhackAMole - Lvl20
    ;135; Spiky - Lvl29
     
  4. Greekboy

    Greekboy Well-Known Member

    I haven't touched that nuzlocke until today, so far got 1 gym badge and 1 death
     
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2014
  5. ToNeS

    ToNeS Well-Known Member

    • Headed towards Lavender Town to the Pokemon Tower now that I've got the Silph Scope.
    • Defeated the trainers there and battled Team Rocket.
    • Miku dies to Sludge from Team Rocket's Weezing.
    • Saved Mr Fuji and obtained the PokeFlute.
    • Went south from Lavender Town along the bridge to catch Snorlax.
    • Wasted Great Balls to get Snorlax so I killed it.
    • Went to Saffron City to fight the fighting dojo.
    • Bipolar evolves to Dodrio.
    • Picked Hitmonchan and named it Rocky (Rocky Balboa reference).
    • Went Celadon City and headed west for another attempt to catch a Snorlax.
    • This time I was successful and named it Homer (Simpsons reference).
    • Headed to Cycling Road and defeated the trainers there.
    • Decided to evolve SheHulk at Fuchsia City with a Moon Stone.
    • Entered the gym to defeat Koga.
    • Went to the Safari Zone to get Surf HM and the golden teeth.
    • Delivered golden teeth to the warden and obtained Strength HM.
    • Taught SheHulk both Surf and Strength due to bad movepool.
    • Caught an Oddish, nicknamed it Cannabis and evolved it into Gloom.
    • Went to Cinnabar Island to train at the Mansion.
    • Cannabis died to a Rattata.
    • Decided to head back to Fuchsia City and headed east.
    • Traveled into another route and caught myself a Bellsprout. Nicknamed it Stir-Fry.
    • Evolved Stir-Fry into Weepinbell and taught it Cut.
    • Headed back to Fuchsia City to heal and save.

    UPDATED
    • Trained Stir-Fry at Silph Co HQ by fighting Team Rocket.
    • Encountered Gary but Stir-Fry died by Kadabra.
    • Received Lapras afterwards and named it MineTurtle (a reference to asdf movies).
    • Trained MineTurtle at Diglett's Cave and surfed to Cinnabar Island.
    • Went to the Pokemon Mansion to obtain the Secret Key.
    • Got into Cinnabar Island Gym and fought against Blaine.
    • SheHulk died to Blaine's Arcanine.
    • Flew to Saffron City to heal and save there.
    • Went to Celadon City Game Corner to buy a Vulpix which is nicknamed Kurama (Naruto reference).
    • Trained Vulpix but it died to a critical hit Acid by Weepinbell.
    • Went to Cinnbar Island and decided to revive Kabuto, nicknamed it Selfish (pun intended).
    • Deposited Selfish as a back-up pokemon.
    • After thinking of another route where I didn't catch pokemon, I headed to Pallet Town and surfed south to the grassy area.
    • Decided to catch Rattata again and nicknamed it RodentKing and training it at the moment. Also deciding not to evolve it until it learns all the moves it can.
    • Tried my hardest to keep RodentKing alive but it died while training in the route near Fuchsia City.
    • Went towards the Power Plant to catch a pokemon and got Grimer. Nicknamed it Flubber.
    • Trained Flubber at the Pokemon Mansion but it died.
    • I got myself the good rod and went fishing in Cerulean City and caught myself a Poliwag which I nicknamed it Poliswag.
    • Afterwards, I went back to Saffron City and fought against Sabrina.
    • My Homer got killed by a critical hit Physic from an Alakazam.
    • Decided to catch myself another pokemon from the Seafoam Islands.
    • Got myself a Zubat and named it BatMan.
    • I evolved it into Golbat.
    • Found Articuno and killed it.
    • Went back to Cinnbar Island and train BatMan.
    • BatMan died to a Raticate due to a critical hit Quick Attack.
    • Fished for a Magikarp in Viridian City and trained it. Nicknamed it Kraken.
    • Evolved it to Gyarados but it died to a Raticate.
    • Headed to Viridian City and fought against Giovanni.
    • Made my way towards west of Viridian City and beated Gary.
    • Got towards the Victory Road entrance and caught a Mankey and a Geodude.
    • Nicknamed Mankey SonGohan and Geodude as RockMan (a reference to MegaMan's name in Japan).
    • Evolved RockMan into Graveler.
    • Trained SonGohan at the Pokemon Mansion but died to a critical hit Hyper Fang from a Raticate (I hate those Raticates).
    • Withdrew Selfish.

    • Trained Selfish and RockMan til Lvl45. Selfish evolved at 40 whereas RockMan evolved at the next level.
    • Headed towards the Pokemon League.
    • Trained my pokemon near the entrance of Victory Road til Lvl50.
    • Got through Victory Road and defeated Moltres.
    • Evolved Poliswag into Poliwrath with a Water Stone I bought earlier.
    • Healed and saved at the Pokemon League.
    • Went inside and defeated Lorelei with the help of Esperwing's Sleep Powder and Rocky's Thunderpunch.
    • Defeated Bruno with Bipolar's Drill Peck.
    • Beated Agatha with Eperwing's Psybeam and Sleep Powder.
    • Bested Lance with Esperwing's Sleep Powder, Selfish's Slash and Rocky's Thunder and Ice Punch.
    • Defeated Scumbag at last which made me Pokemon Champ.
    • Afterwards I headed to Cerulean City and surfed towards the cave.
    • Went inside and finally found Mewtwo.
    • Fought Mewtwo with Esperwing's Sleep Powder and then spammed FLash to prevent Mewtwo from One-Hit K.O Psychic move.
    • Switched to Selfish and spammed Slash which defeated Mewtwo.

    My team so far:
    ;012; Esperwing - Lvl53
    ;084; Bipolar - Lvl53
    ;107; Rocky - Lvl53
    ;062; Poliswag - Lvl53
    ;141; Selfish - Lvl54
    ;075; RockMan - Lvl53


    PokeGrave
    ;032; Godzilla - Lvl11
    ;019; Jerry - Lvl17
    ;056; SonGoku - Lvl22
    ;050; WhackAMole - Lvl20
    ;135; Spiky - Lvl29
    ;039; Miku - Lvl31
    ;044; Cannabis - Lvl28
    ;070; Stir-Fry - Lvl38
    ;031; SheHulk - Lvl40
    ;037; Kurama - Lvl23
    ;019; RodentKing - Lvl28
    ;088; Flubber - Lvl27
    ;143; Homer - Lvl43
    ;042; BatMan - Lvl38
    ;131; MineTurtle - Lvl45
    ;130; Kraken - Lvl25
    ;056; SonGohan - Lvl36


    Deposited
    ;050; TreeCutter - Lvl19


    This was a very hard challenge considering how unlucky I am with critical hits. Despite the frustration of constantly changing your pokemon due to deaths, I found it interesting.
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2014
  6. cyberius

    cyberius Member

    I decided to do a Pokemon Gold Nuzlocke yesterday, and this is how it turned out.

    Rules:
    1. If a pokemon faints, it is dead and must be permaboxed.
    2. Can only catch the first encounter in a route/city/etc...
    3. Must nickname all pokemon.

    Clauses:
    Dupes clause: If I encounter a pokemon that is the same species as a pokemon I have, I can skip it.
    Shiny clause: If I encounter a shiny, I can catch and use it.


    -I choose Aqua the Totodile.
    -I easily beat Silver, Aqua only lost like 4 HP.
    -Caught Sara the Hoothoot, as well as Neo the Geodude and Violet the Spinarak.
    -Trained everyone up to Level 10.
    -Caught Allie the Gastly.
    -Wiped out all trainers in Sprout Tower.
    -Trained Neo up a little to learn rock throw.
    -Beat Falkner.
    -Got an egg. Put the egg in the PC.
    -Caught Walnut the Wooper.
    -Caught Fluffy the Mareep.
    -Sara died to a Spearow.
    -Caught Knuckles the Sandshrew.
    -Survived through Union Cave.
    -Got to Azalea town. Stocked up on potions and pokeballs.
    -Completely pwned Team Rocket in Slowpoke well.
    -Beat Bugsy.

    This is what happened yesterday, and I'm about to post what happens for today.


    Team:
    Aqua the Totodile
    Neo the Geodude
    Fluffy the Mareep
    Violet the Spinarak
    Knuckles the Sandshrew
    Allie the Gastly

    PC:
    Walnut the Wooper
    Egg
    Spaghetti the Bellsprout

    Fallen:
    Sara the Hoothoot

    Johto Badges: 2
    Kanto Badges: 0
     
  7. cyberius

    cyberius Member

    :( I accidentally deleted my post.

    Summary: I got through Ilex forest. I caught an abra, and named it Nikolai. During training, Allie died.
    I caught Blades the Pinsir, and trained everyone up. Nikolai and Fluffy evolved. I beat Whitney with a few scares, but no deaths.
    I got to Ecruteak, returned, and got Zach the Eevee.
    I decided to train everyone up.
    Fluffy and Neo evolved.
    I went to Morty's gym, and Aqua nommed through the entire gym, and even nommed Morty's gastly and first Haunter. But Gengar injured Aqua, and so I sent Fluffy out.
    Fluffy paralyzed Gengar, but Gengar made short work of Fluffy. Fluffy died. Probably my most favorite team member died.
    I sent Nikolai out, expecting Nikolai to one shot Gengar with psybeam. Boy was I wrong. Gengar got the first turn, and 1HKOed Nikolai. Two powerful pokemon. Gone in two turns.
    I sent Violet the Ariados out, and she avenged them both. She also (re)killed Haunter.
    And that is the end of this upload.


    Team:
    Aqua the Croconaw
    Violet the Ariados
    Zach the Eevee
    Neo the Graveler

    Boxed:
    Walnut the Wooper
    Egg
    Spaghetti the Bellsprout

    Fallen:
    Sara the Hoothoot
    Knuckles the Sandshrew
    Allie the Gastly
    Nikolai the Kadabra
    Fluffy the Flaaffy

    That was rather dramatic.



    Here's my team right after Morty:
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Jul 29, 2014
  8. cyberius

    cyberius Member

    Ok here's my third update.

    -I took Spaghetti out of the PC and put him in the Daycare.
    -I returned to Ecruteak and I went to the Burnt Tower.
    -I was challenged by Silver.
    -Silver's Haunter was nommed by Aqua, as well as Magnemite being beaten by Neo. Violet pwned Bayleef and Zubat.
    -I also caught Smokey the Koffing
    -West of Ecruteak city, I caught Tengam the Magnemite.
    -With a little hard work, I got Aqua to evolve into Feraligatr!
    -So I got to Olivine city, and went into the Lighthouse.
    -Jasmine asked me for my help, so I started off for Cianwood.
    -A few seconds after getting in the water, I encountered a Tentacruel, but I didn't catch it.
    -I got the medicine, but on the way back, Tengam died from a trainer's staryu.
    -I returned to Cianwood, and swept through the gym.
    -I challenged Chuck, he sent out Primeape, and I sent out Aqua.
    -Aqua dominated the battle, but was injured by Poliwrath.
    -I sent out Violet, and she quickly killed Poliwrath.
    -Then I went back to Olivine city.
    -On the way back, Schoolkid Alan game me a call. He found a fire stone!
    -I went to him, and he gave me it. I used it to evolve Zach into a Flareon.
    -Then I trained him up a little, and went to go see Spaghetti.
    -Spaghetti was level 21, but the daycare man made him forget vine whip. His only attack move. Gone.
    -spaghetti was boxed.
    -Of course my new Flareon didn't learn any fire type moves while a bit of training, so he was of no use to me during the battle with Jasmine.
    -Neo took down both of the magnemites. Then Aqua surprisingly OHKOed Steelix with surf.
    -Easiest gym battle ever.

    Well, I usually end my update here, but since this one was short, I'll continue for another badge or two.

    -On the way to (VIRIDIAN CITY!) Mahogany town, I caught Steve the Mankey.
    -I got to Mahogany Town, then went up. I caught Giraphi the (I misspelled it) Girafarig.
    -Above Mahogany, I battled the Red Gyarados. After that, I talked to Lance. I decided to help him in his quest.
    -I went in the Rocket Base, and searched around a bit.
    -
     
  9. Lorde

    Lorde Banned

    Well since my previous Gen 1 Nuzlocke flopped hard, I've started a new one on Red. I started out after naming my character and I went downstairs and then I explored Pallet Town a bit. I was going to enter the tall grass on Route 1, but Professor Oak arrived and stopped me. I was taken to his lab and I was supposed to choose my Starter Pokemon that would help me with my journey. I chose Squirtle and nicknamed it Randy, then my rival chose Bulbasaur. We had a short battle after we made our selections and I won. My rival left and I headed north to Route 1. I battled some wild Rattata and Pidgey as I headed north and I arrived in Viridian City. I healed at the local Pokemon Center and I went to the Poke Mart.

    ;007; - Randy Lv. 7
     
  10. skarmachild

    skarmachild Cheer up.

  11. Lorde

    Lorde Banned

    So I visited the Poke Mart and picked up Oak's Parcel. I then headed back to Pallet Town to deliver it and then I was able to make my way north again to start my journey with my own Poke Balls. I healed Randy after it battled against some wild Pokemon at Route 1. I spent some time training Randy against other wild Pokemon at Route 1 some more, then I headed back north to Viridian City and I made my way towards the Viridian Forest. I captured a wild Pidgey at Route 2 and named it Chips and then I entered the forest's interior. I battled against some wild Bug-type Pokemon and then I battled against a Bugcatcher-class trainer. It was a tough battle, but I made it out of it with all my Pokemon still whole and healthy.

    ;007; - Randy Lv. 9
    ;016; - Chips Lv. 6
     
  12. Yagami Kyo

    Yagami Kyo Active Member

    So for the 20th anniversary I started getting into the whole Nuzlocke stuff, and I started playing a Red Nuzlocke. Basic rules + dupes. While it has been easy until the second gym, which I destroyed, the SS Anne had a rival with a Gyarados waiting for me. The first two loses of the game happened against it, due to me not following guides and not being prepared with a good electric type. Cu Sith the Nidoking and Horus the Pidgeotto perished against that Gyarados.

    Looking for new Pokémon to exchange for my team, I took a good Growlithe that I had on my PC...before realizing that Arcanine doesn't learn new moves after evolving on Gen 1. Imagine my surprise. I ended up with Sparky the Jolteon and Bruce Lee the Hitmonlee, and hopefully I'll manage form now on. The third gym won't be much of a problem with the Golem I have
     
  13. pianoman616

    pianoman616 New Member

    Nearing the end of my first Nuzlocke on Pokemon Yellow. Normal rules; I also outlawed duplicates and Pokemon given by NPCs with the exception of my starter. Caves and buildings are all 1 area, in-game trades can only be made if the Pokemon being sent was legitimately caught. If the whole team faints it's game over. Legendary Pokemon must be encountered and, unless they're the first encountered in the area, must be killed. Pikachu made it to Vermillion and unfortunately shuffled off this mortal coil against Lt. Surge. I also lost a Mankey and a Clefairy at Mt. Moon, a Staryu outside Fuschia, a Gloom outside Vermillion, and a Magnemite in Rock Tunnel. The Lv 58 team that's about to tackle the Elite Four is:

    Pidgeot (Jitto) - caught on Route 2 at level 2. Fly, Double-Edge, Mimic, Agility
    Nidoking (Nino) - caught on Route 22 at level 4. Thrash, Earthquake, Thunder, Toxic.
    Gyarados (Cthulhu) - caught in Vermillion City at level 5. Surf, Thunderbolt, Blizzard, Hydro Pump.
    Haunter (Casper) - caught in the Pokemon Tower at level 17. Psychic, Mega Drain, Confuse Ray, Hypnosis.
    Snorlax (Buddha) - caught outside Celadon at level 30. Body Slam, Ice Beam, Rest, Amnesia.
    Poliwrath (Lil' Bo) - caught outside Fuschia at level 15. Surf, Submission, Amnesia, Body Slam.
     
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2016
  14. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    Gen I has been on my mind a lot lately, largely thanks to PoGo, so I decided to start a Nuzlocke on the VC release of Red…and I just earned my first Badge. Huzzah!

    I wanted to save my trusted starter Lush Life (Bulbasaur) as a secret weapon for my match against rock-solid Pewter City Gym Leader Brock, so I decided to let Vermin (Rattata) test out its newly-learned "Hyper Fang" first. Although the ineffective move managed to inflict a decent amount of damage on Brock’s Geodude after two "Tail Whip"s, Geodude’s "Tackle" hit hard enough that I was forced to make a substitution.

    Lush Life’s overwhelming advantage as a part-Grass-type made the rest of the match a walk in the park. Brock’s Geodude fell to a single "Vine Whip" strike, and his ace, Onix, succumbed to a combination of "Leech Seed" and "Vine Whip" before it had a chance to unleash the energy stored by "Bide." With my shiny new Boulder Badge in hand, I’m off to traverse Mt. Moon, en route to Cerulean City: site of my second Gym challenge.

    Lush Life {Bulbasaur}
    - Lv. 15, Pallet Town
    Vermin {Rattata}
    - Lv. 14, Route 1
    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Lv. 13, Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Lv. 13, Route 2
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Lv. 13, Viridian Forest
    None
    None
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  15. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my second Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    Prior to my Cerulean City Gym challenge, I decided to visit world-renowned PokéManiac Bill, and had the unfortunate luck of running into Blue as I made my way up Route 24 to Bill's seaside cottage. Even though my new pal Chanteuse (Jigglypuff) thoroughly whupped most of Blue's team with "Mega Punch" (which I taught it using a TM I found in Mt. Moon), he remained as cocky and condescending as ever, so I'm hoping we don't bump into each other again anytime soon. **Fingers crossed**

    For my Cerulean Gym match, I lead off with Pierce (Beedrill), since I knew that its newly-aquired "Twineedle" would be super-effective against Gym Leader Misty's part-Psychic-type ace: Starmie. Even though it's a pure-Water Pokémon, Misty's first choice, Staryu, fell to two “Twineedle” jabs. In fact, Pierce emerged from this scuffle without sustaining any damage at all, since Misty wasted her only turn trying to buff-up Staryu with an X Defend.

    Misty's Starmie proved to be faster than I expected, however, and depleted more than half of Pierce's health with a single "Bubblebeam" blast. After Starmie withstood Pierce's retaliatory "Twineedle", it was clear that Pierce wouldn't survive another "Bubblebeam", so I brought out Lush Life (Bulbasaur) while Misty utilized another X Defend. Starmie continued to display its impressive bulk by withstanding a "Vine Whip" strike as it launched into a series of spinning "Tackle" attacks. I instructed Lush Life to fire off "Leech Seed" to help restore its health in case this battle dragged on, but it managed to quickly drain the remainder of Starmie's energy. Now I'm off to Vermilion City to make use of that S.S. Anne ticket I received from Bill and hopefully earn myself another Badge.

    Lush Life {Bulbasaur}
    - Lv. 22, Pallet Town
    Vermin {Rattata}
    - Lv. 21, Route 1
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Lv. 21, Route 2
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Lv. 21, Viridian Forest
    Chanteuse {Jigglypuff}
    - Lv. 21, Route 3
    Hissy Fit {Ekans}
    - Lv. 21, Route 4
    Mars (Nidoran-M) is still alive and well, but because I've travelled with another Nidoran-M during a previous Gen I Nuzlocke journey, I decided to leave it with Professor Oak for now.

    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    None
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  16. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my third Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    Although exploring the S.S. Anne was a fascinating experience for the most part, during which both Lush Life (Ivysaur) and Vermin (Raticate) evolved, I unexpectedly crossed paths with Blue once again while aboard the luxury liner. Vermin chewed through his entire team thanks to the enhanced speed and power it gained from evolving; however, Blue's sense of superiority didn't dissipate in the slightest, even after another resounding defeat. Maybe someday he'll actually learn something from these losses…

    After solving Vermilion City Gym Leader Lt. Surge's aggravating security puzzle, I started our match with Hissy Fit (Ekans) to test out its recently-learned "Glare." Pairing it with "Wrap" made for a very effective combination, defusing Surge's Voltorb before it could damage Hissy Fit at all. "Glare" successfully paralyzed his Pikachu as well, but the little Electric rodent fought through the status condition and zapped Hissy Fit with a "Thundershock" jolt whenever it freed itself from "Wrap."

    Hissy Fit ultimately won this second match-up, but after seeing how much damage it took from Pikachu's "Thundershock", I knew it wouldn't survive a "Thunderbolt" from Surge's ace: Raichu. This felt like the perfect time to unleash my newly-caught secret weapon: Whack (Diglett.) Shockingly, Surge only taught his Raichu Electric-type and status moves, so it was unable to harm Ground-type Whack whatsoever. With a super-effective "Dig" and a couple of "Scratch" attacks (for variety’s sake), Whack easily eliminated Surge's star solider.

    Lush Life {Ivysaur}
    - Lv. 24, Pallet Town
    Vermin {Raticate}
    - Lv. 24, Route 1
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Lv. 24, Viridian Forest
    Chanteuse {Jigglypuff}
    - Lv. 24, Route 3
    Hissy Fit {Ekans}
    - Lv. 24, Route 4
    Whack {Diglett}
    - Lv. 24, Diglett's Cave
    Tempest (Pidgey) is still alive and well – I just had to choose someone to send to Professor Oak to make room on my team for Whack. Now that I've emerged victorious over Surge's Electric-type army, I plan to have Tempest re-join my travelling team as I venture onward toward Lavender Town, where I can supposedly acquire a Poké Flute to awaken the slumbering Snorlax on Route 12.

    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Route 2
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    Barrel {Mankey}
    - Route 5
    Neptune {Magikarp}
    - Route 6
    Mesmer {Drowzee}
    - Route 11
    None
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  17. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my fourth Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    In a tragic (albeit somewhat fitting) turn of fate, I lost my first teammate of this Nuzlocke journey in Lavender Town's Pokémon Tower…at the hands of none other than Blue. Someone at the Volunteer Pokémon House told me that I might find Poké Flute-owner Mr. Fuji at this renowned burial site, but I only managed to stumble across my insufferable rival instead. Our match started out as smoothly as usual, thanks to Scavenger (Spearow) easily clipping his Pidgeotto's wings with "Fury Attack" and cracking his Exeggcute with "Peck." That's when Blue decided to unveil another new addition to his team: Gyarados. Although I was definitely intimidated by the imposing foe, I figured that a low-level Gyarados like his would probably only know "Bite" or possibly "Thrash", so I recalled Scavenger and sent out Rugged (Geodude) to withstand these Normal-type moves. My assumption proved to be a fatal error, however, as Blue immediately commanded his Gyarados to unleash "Hydro Pump" and instantly sent Rugged to a watery grave. Vermin (Raticate) successfully subdued the sea serpent, as well as Blue's last two Pokémon, with a "Hyper Fang" + "Quick Attack" combo...but I was far too devastated to reap any satisfaction from this victory. Rugged hadn't been travelling with me for very long, but it was an indispensable resource during my trek through Rock Tunnel (especially when it came to sponging "Selfdestruct" blasts from random Trainers' Geodude and Graveler.) RIP.

    Unable to progress any further up Pokémon Tower due to some unidentifiable obstruction, I decided to challenge the Gym in nearby Celadon City. I started my match against nature-loving princess Erika by having Scavenger (Spearow) raise its evasion with "Double Team", which I'd taught it using a TM from the Celadon Department Store. Despite Scavenger's enhanced ability to dodge, Erika's Victreebel managed to ensnare and immobilize it with a critical-hit "Wrap." As soon as it was free from Victreebel's viney grip, Scavenger pummeled the pitcher plant with successive "Drill Peck" stabs. Erika's second choice, Tangela, also utilized its vines to ensnare Scavenger with "Bind"; however, also like Victreebel, Tangela fell to two "Drill Peck" jabs. Since Scavenger was barely hanging on when Erika's ace, Vileplume, made its grand entrance, I decided to bring in Pierce (Beedrill) to take advantage of Vileplume's massive Bug-type weakness. After raising Pierce's evasion with "Double Team", which caused Vileplume’s "Absorb" to miss its mark, it only took one round of "Twineedle" prods to secure my fourth Gym victory. To make this triumph even sweeter, the experience that Scavenger gained from defeating two of Erika's Pokémon enabled it to evolve immediately after the match. Now I'm off to enjoy a little recreation time at those dangerously addictive Rocket Game Corner slots…

    Lush Life {Ivysaur}
    - Lv. 30, Pallet Town
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Lv. 29, Viridian Forest
    Chanteuse {Jigglypuff}
    - Lv. 29, Route 3
    Hissy Fit {Arbok}
    - Lv. 29, Route 4
    Scavenger {Fearow}
    - Lv. 30, Route 9
    Pyro {Flareon}
    - Lv. 29, Celadon City
    Vermin (Ratciate) and Tempest (Pidgey) are both still alive and well - I've just decided to keep them with Professor Oak in order to travel with Pokémon species that I’ve never used during any Nuzlocke journey before; specifically, Scavenger (Fearow) and Pyro (Flareon.)

    Vermin {Raticate}
    - Route 1
    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Route 2
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    Barrel {Mankey}
    - Route 5
    Neptune {Magikarp}
    - Route 6
    Mesmer {Drowzee}
    - Route 11
    Shrapnel {Voltorb}
    - Route 10
    Rover {Growlithe}
    - Route 8
    Rugged {Geodude}
    - Rock Tunnel
    - Fell to Blue's Gyarados at Pokémon Tower
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  18. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my fifth Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    I haven't seen Blue since our lethal encounter at Pokémon Tower, but I've found myself entangled with a different nuisance lately: Team Rocket. I accidentally stumbled across their Celadon City Hideout beneath the Rocket Game Corner and came face-to-face with the top Team Rocket Boss: Giovanni. Fortunately, the combined efforts of Hissy Fit (Arbok), Lush Life (Ivysaur), and Scavenger (Fearow) were enough to subdue his Pokémon roster. Since I found a Silph Scope at the Hideout, I returned to Lavender Town to seek out Mr. Fuji once again, and ran into even more Team Rocket Grunts causing trouble at Pokémon Tower. As a token of gratitude for everything that I endured to locate him, Mr. Fuji gave me his Poké Flute, which allowed me to finally awaken the Snorlax on Route 12 and continue further south to Fuchsia City.

    Fuchsia City Gym Leader Koga often boasts of his prowess with inflicting status conditions during battle, but it was actually I who managed to paralyze his Koffing with Chanteuse's (Wigglytuff's) "Body Slam" during the very first round of our match. In fact, "Body Slam" successfully vanquished both of Koga's Koffing, as well as his Muk. When his Weezing appeared on the field, I had Chanteuse inflict a different status condition: sleep, courtesy of "Sing." Since Weezing was slumbering, I decided to let my newest companion, Freestyle (Poliwag), get its first taste of a Gym battle; however, Weezing sprung awake on the very next turn. I didn't think Freestyle was quite ready for head-to-head combat against a Gym Leader's ace, so I swapped in Pierce (Beedrill), who could do serious damage to Koga's Poison-type with either "Twineedle" or "Pin Missile. " Much to my surprise (and horror), Koga instructed Weezing to use "Selfdestruct", thus ensuring that our match ended with at least one fatality on my side. Pierce had joined my team as a Weedle way back in Viridian Forest...before I even had a single Gym Badge...and its final sacrifice allowed me to earn my fifth. RIP.

    Lush Life {Ivysaur}
    - Lv. 41, Pallet Town
    Chanteuse {Wigglytuff}
    - Lv. 42, Route 3
    Scavenger {Fearow}
    - Lv. 40, Route 9
    Pyro {Flareon}
    - Lv. 40, Celadon City
    Freestyle {Poliwag}
    - Lv. 40, Fuchsia City
    Hissy Fit (Arbok) is still alive and well – I just decided to keep it with Oak to reduce my travelling team's Poison-heavy bias and free up space for newcomer Freestyle. Granted, now that a slot has opened due to Pierce's tragic demise, I'll probably bring Hissy Fit right back again.

    Vermin {Raticate}
    - Route 1
    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Route 2
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Hissy Fit {Arbok}
    - Route 4
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    Barrel {Mankey}
    - Route 5
    Neptune {Magikarp}
    - Route 6
    Mesmer {Drowzee}
    - Route 11
    Shrapnel {Voltorb}
    - Route 10
    Rover {Growlithe}
    - Route 8
    Macabre {Gastly}
    - Pokémon Tower
    Comatose {Snorlax}
    - Route 12
    Clipper {Krabby}
    - Route 13
    Clinch {Shellder}
    - Vermilion City
    Imite {Ditto}
    - Route 14
    Radar {Venonat}
    - Route 15
    Matriarch {Kangaskhan}
    - Safari Zone
    Rugged {Geodude}
    - Rock Tunnel
    - Fell to Blue's Gyarados at Pokémon Tower
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Viridian Forest
    - Fell to Koga's Weezing at Fuchsia Gym
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  19. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my sixth Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    My entanglement with Team Rocket has only worsened lately, since I discovered a hostage situation in progress while touring Silph Co. in Saffron City. In the midst of this very tense encounter, I came across Blue, who actually insisted on battling right then and there. Although his timing left me flabbergasted, I knew that I couldn't refuse his challenge, partially for the sake of Rugged's (Geodude's) honor. I claimed a fatality-free victory this time around, but it required the combined efforts of Pyro (Flareon), Freestyle (Poliwhirl), Lush Life (Ivysaur) and Tripolar (Magneton.) After defeating Blue, I confronted Team Rocket Boss Giovanni once again; thankfully, unlike my difficult match against Blue, Freestyle easily swept away Giovanni's entire roster with "Amnesia"-boosted "Surf" attacks. Embarrassed and enraged by this resounding loss, Giovanni ordered Team Rocket to pull out of Saffron City entirely.

    While you might think that handling a hostage situation would put things into perspective for me, I still felt really nervous before my Saffron Gym match against fearsome Pychic-type master Sabrina. I lead off by having Pyro, who I knew could withstand special moves, raise its evasiveness with "Double Team"; however, her Kadabra's "Psychic" still hits its mark – and landed a critical hit, no less. Thankfully, Pyro subdued the spoon-bender with a single "Swift." The next two match-ups also went pretty smoothly, as Pyro vanquished Mr. Mime with a "Swift" + "Quick Attack" combo, then scorched Venomoth with a critical-hit "Fire Spin." The potential power of Sabrina's ace, Alakazam, prompted me to replace Pyro with another teammate who's also built for withstanding special assaults: Tripolar. While Alakazam boosted its defense with "Reflect", Tripolar fired off a "Thunder Wave", thus significantly reducing Alakazam's notoriously high speed. Alakazam's abiliy to heal itself with "Recover" caused this final bout to drag on for some time, but Tripolar eventually wore down the Psi Pokémon with a barrage of "Thunderbolt" and "Sonic Boom" blasts, combined with Alakazam's self-inflicted damage due to "Supersonic"-induced confusion. Now, with my Marsh Badge in hand, I plan on checking out the disgraced former Gym next door that Sabrina's apprentices kept mocking…

    Lush Life {Ivysaur}
    - Lv. 45, Pallet Town
    Chanteuse {Wigglytuff}
    - Lv. 45, Route 3
    Scavenger {Fearow}
    - Lv. 44, Route 9
    Pyro {Flareon}
    - Lv. 45, Celadon City
    Freestyle {Poliwhirl}
    - Lv. 44, Fuchsia City[
    Tripolar {Magneton}
    - Lv. 44, Power Plant
    Hissy Fit (Arbok) is still alive and well – like I was saying before, I've just decided to keep it with Oak to reduce my travelling team's Poison-type total and make room for Tripolar, since I've always wanted to add an Electric-type to my line-up.

    Vermin {Raticate}
    - Route 1
    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Route 2
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Hissy Fit {Arbok}
    - Route 4
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    Barrel {Mankey}
    - Route 5
    Neptune {Magikarp}
    - Route 6
    Whack {Diglett}
    - Diglett's Cave
    Mesmer {Drowzee}
    - Route 11
    Shrapnel {Voltorb}
    - Route 10
    Rover {Growlithe}
    - Route 8
    Macabre {Gastly}
    - Pokémon Tower
    Comatose {Snorlax}
    - Route 12
    Clipper {Krabby}
    - Route 13
    Clinch {Shellder}
    - Vermilion City
    Imite {Ditto}
    - Route 14
    Radar {Venonat}
    - Route 15
    Matriarch {Kangaskhan}
    - Safari Zone
    Skedaddle {Doduo}
    - Route 18
    Flush {Goldeen}
    - Route 17
    Gondola {Lapras}
    - Saffron City
    Rugged {Geodude}
    - Rock Tunnel
    - Fell to Blue's Gyarados at Pokémon Tower
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Viridian Forest
    - Fell to Koga's Weezing at Fuchsia Gym
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  20. crystalphoenix88

    crystalphoenix88 Fan 5ever

    I just earned my seventh Gym Badge in my Red Nuzlocke. Huzzah!

    Life has gone pretty smoothly ever since my altercation with Team Rocket in Saffron City. I actually haven't run into a single member during my exploration of the Seafoam Islands and Cinnabar Island along Kanto's sunny southern border.

    Even my Cinnabar Island Gym match proved to be a fairly simple affair, thanks to Obtuse (Slowpoke) performing quite admirably in its official Gym debut. Hotheaded quiz master Blaine sent out his Growlithe first, who barely dented Obtuse with "Take Down", before getting snuffed out by an "Amnesia"-boosted "Surf." Blaine's Ponyta suffered the exact same fate after striking Obtuse with a single "Stomp." With two of his Pokémon already down the drain, Blaine tried to take a more tactical approach by instructing his Rapidash to lower Obtuse’s defenses with "Tail Whip"; of course, this just meant that it never even got a chance to attack before Obtuse washed it away with "Surf." I decided to play it safe when Blaine unleashed his ace, Arcanine, and recalled Obtuse in favor of the more agile Freestyle (Poliwhirl.) Although Arcanine out-performed the rest of Blaine's roster by successfully withstanding one "Surf", it wasn't long before I had the Volcano Badge in hand. Due to its hot streak during this Gym challenge, Obtuse gained enough experience to learn "Psychic" and evolve immediately after the match (no Shellder required!) Now it's time to head back north and see if the Viridian Gym Leader has finally returned to his/her post…

    Lush Life {Ivysaur}
    - Lv. 48, Pallet Town
    Scavenger {Fearow}
    - Lv. 48, Route 9
    Pyro {Flareon}
    - Lv. 48, Celadon City
    Freestyle {Poliwhirl}
    - Lv. 48, Fuchsia City[
    Tripolar {Magneton}
    - Lv. 48, Power Plant
    Obtuse {Slowbro}
    - Lv. 48, Seafoam Islands
    Chanteuse (Wigglytuff) is still alive and well – I've just wanted to add a Psychic-type to my team for a while now, and finding Obtuse in the Seafoam Islands gave me that opportunity.

    Vermin {Raticate}
    - Route 1
    Mars {Nidoran-M}
    - Route 22
    Tempest {Pidgey}
    - Route 2
    Chanteuse {Wigglytuff}
    - Route 3
    Nosferatu {Zubat}
    - Mt. Moon
    Hissy Fit {Arbok}
    - Route 4
    Flonase {Oddish}
    - Route 25
    Barrel {Mankey}
    - Route 5
    Neptune {Magikarp}
    - Route 6
    Whack {Diglett}
    - Diglett's Cave
    Mesmer {Drowzee}
    - Route 11
    Shrapnel {Voltorb}
    - Route 10
    Rover {Growlithe}
    - Route 8
    Macabre {Gastly}
    - Pokémon Tower
    Comatose {Snorlax}
    - Route 12
    Clipper {Krabby}
    - Route 13
    Clinch {Shellder}
    - Vermilion City
    Imite {Ditto}
    - Route 14
    Radar {Venonat}
    - Route 15
    Matriarch {Kangaskhan}
    - Safari Zone
    Skedaddle {Doduo}
    - Route 18
    Flush {Goldeen}
    - Route 17
    Gondola {Lapras}
    - Saffron City
    Spineless {Tentacool}
    - Route 19
    Nozzle {Horsea}
    - Route 20
    Unbridled {Ponyta}
    - Pokémon Mansion
    Rugged {Geodude}
    - Rock Tunnel
    - Fell to Blue's Gyarados at Pokémon Tower
    Pierce {Beedrill}
    - Viridian Forest
    - Fell to Koga's Weezing at Fuchsia Gym
    1.) I must catch the first Pokémon that I encounter in each Route/Area and no others.
    1a.) Duplicates Clause: I can only catch one member from each evolutionary family. If a Pokémon faints, I cannot catch another member from the same evolutionary family in any future Routes/Areas.
    2.) I must nickname every Pokémon that I catch/receive.
    3.) I must release every Pokémon that faints.
    4.) I can catch Legendaries, but never use them in battle.
    5.) I can accept gift Pokémon and use them in battle, if they are the first and only Pokémon that I obtain in that location.
    6.) I cannot use any healing items during battles (against Trainers or wild Pokémon.)
    7.) In Gym/Rival/E4/Champion battles, I can only use the same number of Pokémon as the Gym Leader/Rival/E4/Champion.
    8.) Battles must always be set to "Set", not "Shift."
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017

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