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Create/Rename/Change Anything and Everything

Discussion in 'Poképolls' started by Alkaide, Jul 29, 2006.



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  1. Shaylup

    Shaylup debeo capere omnes

    I would absolutely love that. Especially if we could use them in Contests or whatever the gen VI equivalent is. It would have to be done carefully though, to avoid changing battle mechanics too much.
  2. MidnightFennekin

    MidnightFennekin Furfrou Fanatic

    I think that if it only worked on moves with the same base power and/or type so thay don't destroy eachother it'd work fine.
  3. SpeedDeoxys

    SpeedDeoxys Am I wrong here?

    That would be awesome! I want to see Hyper Beam + Hydro Pump!

    We have already something like that: Fire Pledge, Water Pledge and Grass Pledge.
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2013
  4. icebolt

    icebolt Aerial Ace

    A new move.
    Name: Fiery Revenge
    Power: 150
    Accuracy: 85%
    Class: Physical
    PP: 5

    Signature move of Flareon. Does double damage if the target knows Flare Blitz.

    It will happen I tell you.
  5. Wing storm

    100 damage
    90 act
    flying,psycyl move
  6. RedJirachi

    RedJirachi Veteran member

    Here's an idea not too dissimilar to the Eevee concept-a Kung fu Pokemon that starts as fighting, and evolves into one of the five animal styles. Not sure what types, but evolution is dependent on what stat their nature boosts. Another idea is a three-stage monkey Buddha that's also based on "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil." It'll be Psychic with an ability making it immune to Dark type attacks, since Dark is considered the "evil" type

    Aviklaus, the Gift Pokemon
    Evolves from-Delibird when traded holding an item
    Ability-Same as Delibird
    Name origin-Aviary and Claus, but Claus with a K
    Stats-Overall superior to Delibird, Aviklaus has its best stats in physical attack and HP. While not too defensive, it's high speed makes up for it.
    Moves-Delibird is a healer for your team. It knows physical Ice moves like Ice Punch. Curiously, it knows Extremespeed
    Basis-Aviklaus is a bigger, fatter Delibird with a sterner look, big beard, ice skates and reindeer-esque antlers. It's speed comes from the fact that Santa is fast and can travel across the world in one night
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2013
  7. Alli

    Alli Well-Known Member

    Moves I'd love to see in Gen VI

    PP 10
    BP --
    AC --

    "The user severs one of its appendages, drastically raising its evasion, but reducing its Defense and Sp. Def stats."

    Bug Spit
    PP 20
    BP 30
    AC 80%

    "The user spits poison at the opponent, badly poisoning the foe."

    PP 10
    BP --
    AC 80%

    "The user scares the foe, reducing its Speed stat as well as reducing its evasion."

    False Salute
    PP 10
    BP 90
    AC 100%

    "The user salutes the foe, reducing its Defense stat. On the next turn, the user strikes with all its might."

    PP 5
    BP --
    AC --

    "The user creates an electrical surge, raising is Sp. Atk stat and sharply raising its Speed stat."

    PP 5
    BP --
    AC --

    "The user practices yoga, raising its Attack stat and sharply raising its Speed stat."

    Aura Force
    PP 5
    BP 70
    AC 100%

    "The user sends a force of aura at the opponent. It hits even Ghots-types."

    PP 10
    BP 70
    AC --

    "The target is hit with a wave of extreme heat. It is not resisted by Water-types."

    Feather Shed
    PP 10
    BP --
    AC --

    "The user sheds access feathers to increase its evasion and Speed stat."

    Earth Pillar
    PP 10
    BP 80
    AC 90%

    "A pillar of earth is shot out of the ground. It is sure to hit Flying-types."

    PP 10
    BP 80
    AC --

    "Acid is spit at the opponent. It deals double damage to Steel-types."

    PP 10
    BP --
    AC --

    "The user injects itself with venom to drastically raise its Speed stat. The user becomes poisoned."
  8. Porygandrew

    Porygandrew Well-Known Member

    PP 10
    Effect: The user's speed and SpA each raise by two stages, the user is inflicted with 'burn'.
  9. bloocookies

    bloocookies Well-Known Member

    PP: 5
    The user generates a heat inside itself that raises it's Special Defense, Defense and Speed

    Rapid Rush
    POWER: 100
    ACC: 100
    The user slams the opponent full force with a rush of water, this may confuse the target

    PP: 10
    POWER: 30
    ACC: 100
    The user ignites the ground the opponent stands in, this may drastically increase the targets speed however

    Thorn Throw
    PP: 20
    POWER: 70
    ACC: 90
    The user sends Thorns flying at the opponent that hits both/all opponents and may poison opponent

    Gravel Roll
    PP: 5
    POWER: 120
    ACC: 80
    The user rolls at full force picking up stones along the way, the user will be hit by recoil

    Gravel Stomp
    PP: 5
    POWER: 90
    ACC: 100

    The user stomps on the ground this may cause recoil

    Bubble Blast
    PP: 5
    POWER: 100
    ACC: 80

    The user sends a huge bubble that will hit all opponents on the field, this may sharply lower speed
  10. Rayze Darr

    Rayze Darr Snubbull Supporter

    When Zoroark was announced on the Japanese sight, I was banking on it being named Zoloark when it hit English.

    I still think Zoloark sounds much cooler, and rolls off the tongue better.
  11. RedJirachi

    RedJirachi Veteran member

    New Hoenn Pokedex-There are 300 Pokemon in this dex, containing both new evos/prevos and Pokemon not there before. There's another case of a zeroth Pokemon(though not what you'd expect) and the other Hoenn event legendaries being 301 and 302

    Hoenn trainers​
    Winoa has a shiny Swellow as a nice cameo, and introduction to shinies

    Hoenn Elite 4 Member Sidney-Absol evo(Dark/Fighting), Crawdaunt, Shiftry, Cacturne and Challenge Mode Zangoose
    Hoenn Elite 4 Member Phoebe-Dusclops(rematch/Challenge mode has it evolve), Banette, Chimecho evo(Psychic/Ghost), Sabelye evo(Dark/Ghost) and Challenge Mode Shedinja
    Hoenn Elite 4 Member Glacia-Walrein, Glalie, Froslass, Glaceon and Challenge Mode Weavile
    Hoenn Elite 4 Member Drake-Salamence, Flygon, Altaria, Shelgon and Challenge Mode Kingdra.
    Hoenn Champion Steven Stone-When teaming up with you to fight the baddies, he has Metang, Armaldo, Cradily and Solrock/Lunatone(depends on the version). When he is a Champion, he has Metagross, Aggron, Cradily, Armaldo, Skarmory and Claydol. If you get the event that accesses Deoxys, you shall be introduced by him and his father Mr Stone

    Factory Head Noland-In a nice reference to the anime, Noland will be friends with an Articuno. It will be his friend, and in the Gold Battle it's the only Pokemon you can be assured to fight it. Its got the Hidden Ability of Snow Cloak
    Arena Tycoon Greta-In the after-game, you first find Greta trying to get Brawly back into being a Fighting-type gym leader, and possibly take his place. Brawly will request you fight her-these two Pokemon are Medicham and Hariyama, each with their Hidden abilties.
    Dome Ace Tucker-The ever-so fabulous Tucker is seen in the after-game in the main Pokemon contest. He is using an Arcanine. According to him, it has the ability Justified.
    Pike Queen Lucy-Haughtily, Lucy will challenge you in a regular battle right when you enter the Battle Frontier. She will use squinty-eyed Pokemon in this battle with their Hidden abilities-Telepathy Wobbufett and Gluttony Snorlax
    Spenser-Appearing after the villainous attacks to help the hurt people and Pokemon, he will recognise your kindness and give you a special item. A Venusaur NPC will follow him. This special item will allow you to visit Spenser's Sanctuary-a home of rare Pokemon found nowhere else in Hoenn. It has a Lv 60 Venusaur as a boss, with Chlorophyll. It was released by Spenser
    Anabel-Anabel is found in the old Battle Tower, where an abandoned Lv 60 Metagross with Light Metal. It was released by Anabel
    Pyramid King Brandon-In order to unlock the Regis, you must fight Brandon in the Sealed Chamber. While you can rematch the Regis, if you lose against Brandon here you can't catch the Regis, so save before you do. He will have four Pokemon: Solrock, Dusclops, Ninjask and one of the two Pokemon depending on the version. Pokemon Sapphire will have Sturdy Relicanth, and Pokemon Ruby has Pressure Wailord. After beating Brandon, there's a unique Lv 70 shiny Wailord/shiny Relicanth found in the Battle Fronteir waters

    Wally-Gardevoir, Gallade, Roserade, Flygon, Magnezone
    Your other rival(May/Brendan)-The starter you're weak to, Beautifly, Magcargo/Pelipper/Tropius(depends on the starter), Glaceon, Mighteyna and Altaria. In the after-game, she shall trade you a recently hatched version of your starter for her Lv 1 Squirtle with its Hidden Ability Rain Dish

    Pokemon World Tournament-new members​
    Professor Oak-Charizard, Tauros, Exeggutor, Gyarados, Pidgeot, Dragonite. Charizard, Pidgeot and Dragonite are all references to his anime Pokemon
    Professor Elm-Togekiss, Electivire, Magmortar, Jynx evo, Wigglytuff and Clefable. All of these Pokemon are evolutions of what may be from the Odd Egg in the original GS game, with the exception of Pichu(Togepi instead). This links to his research in Pokemon Eggs
    Professor Birch-Blaziken, Linoone, Beautifly, Dustox, Mighteyna and Pelipper. These Pokemon are the closest to Litteroot Town, and thus easy for Birch to collect
    Professor Rowan-Staraptor, Gliscor, Probopass, Lickilicky, Tangrowth, Yanmega. All but Staraptor are Pokemon that, prior to Gen 4, did not evolve, referencing his study of evolution
    Professor Juniper-Cicinnco, Acclegor, Watchog, Klinklang, Musharna, the starter not chosen

    Player Character Ethan-Typhlosion, Beedrill, Donphan, shiny Gyarados, Politoed, Sudowoodo
    Kris/Lyra/Kotone/Whatever-Meganium, Azumarill, Raticate, Misdreavus, Hitmonchan, Xatu
    Player Character Brendan-Swampert, Aggron, Shiftry, Rhyperior, Castform, Milotic
    Ethan-Infernape, Clefable, Alakazam, Bastiodon, Lickitung, Rotom
    Player Character Dawn-Empoleon, Lopunny, Togekiss, Mamoswine, Pachirizu, Drifblim

    Special Pokemon to get in Magma Ruby/Ocean Sapphire​
    Mirage Island-A mysterious island that's almost as hard to get as before, but its thankfully easier. It is renewed every hour, and the chances of finding it randomly are one in 8192(the same as a shiny). A random number generater goes from zero to 8191. Every hour, you may call the guy in Pacifidlog Town. He will let you enter a number, and tell you if you're lucky. Similar to the lottery, you get consolation prizes-the better the estimate, the better the berry. Chances can increase: if you have a Pokemon of a nature pertaining to defense or special defense, the number generator is halved. If its a Calm nature, its quatered. Its also quatered if you already have a Liechi berry. Beating the Elite 4 results in halving, and filling the Hoenn Pokedex(minus Pokemon #000 and Pokemon #301-302) quaters it even further. Should you have all these, you can have a maximum of 1/64. On the Island there are Wynauts from Lv 5 to Lv 50, with a special shiny Wobbufett guarding the Liechi Berry at Lv 60. Beat/catch and get the Liechi berry, and Pokemon #000 is released. The Mirage Radar(with the old guy talking to you) is used to note the chances, Mirage Island appearing or not, fun trivia asked about rare Pokemon only found in one area(though you have to visit), and finally to locate the mysterious Pokemon #000.

    Hidden Ability gifts-Certain trainers, after you beat them, will give you a Lv 5 first-stage of said trainers' main Pokemon. They are:
    Roxanne's Sand Force Nosepass, Brawly's Sheer Force Makuhita, Wattson's Minus Electrike, Flannery's Shell Armor Torkoal, Norman's Quick Feet Zigzagoon, Winona's Cloud Nine Swablu, Tate and Liza's Magic Bounce Natu, Wallace's Adaptability Feebas, Sidney's Justified Absol, Phoebe's Prankster Sableye, Glacia's Oblivios Spheal, Drake's Sheer Force Bagon, Steven's Weak Armor Skarmory

    Special starters-As mentioned, you can actually catch the three starters of Kanto. After beating the Elite 4, sightings report a mysterious Charmeleon wandering the area. It is Lv 50, catchable(WTF), and with Solar Power. Venusaur and Squirtle have already been mentioned. Once completing the Hoenn Pokedex(with the exception of event legendaries). Depending on the version, you can either pick one of the Johto starters or one of the Sinnoh starters(they do not have their Hidden Ability), given by Professor Birch.

    Legendary encounters(main game)-Groudon and Kyogre are found in their respective versions(Lv 45), but to get Rayquaza(Lv 75) you must have both versions. Both are located in the Cave of Origins, filled with either sapphires(Groudon) or rubies(Kyogre) The Sky Tower can be visited prior to the Elite 4, but the Pokemon are still in the level 50s to 60s, so its not advised
    With the Regis(Lv 40), I've already described that it involves meeting Brandon. While you must beat him to get the Regis, they will come back after being beaten after a day. Brandon will also help you find their leader Regigigas when you have the three, but its filled with Fighting types and almost as strong as the Sky Tower, with a Lv 70 Regigigas. The Regi chambers, while only having the legendary as the Pokemon, are quite more artistic. Registeel's lair has metal slabs for the walls and a machine sigil where it slumbers. Regirock's lair is an orante cave with stalactites around and stalagmites were Regirock is embedded. Regice's lair is a slippery, frozen region with a glacier containing Regice. All three are buried, and require a ritual to wake up. Regigigas is found in the basement of Sealed Chamber, which you need the Regis to access
    With Latias/Latios, they're actually accessed when beating the last gym leader. At Lv 40, it is a roamer. The other is the same South Island event
    Then there's mysterious Pokemon number 0. Uniquely, its not only a Pokemon that isn't normally Hoenn, but a Pokemon that you didn't think to find without an event-Mew. 'Course, so much effort to get to Mirage Island makes it worth it. Mew likes to go around the region, though it won't run away from you. The Mirage Radar tells you where to find Pokemon 0, but doesn't tell you what it is. You go into the grass, water or cave, trying to find what it is, and BOOM suprise Mew! When you capture Mew, you get another surprise-the region where Mew was captured will now a wandering Eccentric Ditto there once a day

    Legendary encounters(after-game)-If you have Pokemon Magma Ruby, you can try and get the bird trio, and in Pokemon you can try and get the beast trio. Mercifully, they don't roam. You only get Articuno/Raikou at first though. To get Zapdos/Entei requires capturing the previous, and to get Moltres/Suicune you must share keys with the alternate version. All are Lv 60. Articuno is located in the Shoal Cave, Raikou is located in New Mauville, Zapdos and Entei are roamers, Moltres is located at Mt Chimney and Suicune is located in Sootopolis
    Lugia and Ho-oh-When the trios are obtained, trade them to other version. Both are Lv 70, and require the trio they master. In Sapphire, the bird trio will unlock Lugia in a deep underwater tornado system, and Ho-oh on a ruined tower
  12. zombiemonkey1334

    zombiemonkey1334 I am a llama

    I'd give at least dream world abilities to my favorite evolution of pokemon

    New abilities via DW

    -User cannot hold any items

    ~Vigorath-Huge Power
    Increases power, lowers accuracy

    Raises Attack when another stat is lowered

    Slaking is one of my Favorite pokemon and I can't even use him for online battling because of Traunt D: Honestly I'd be happy with anything as a new ability so long as it wasn't slow start or traunt...
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2013
  13. Wishing Star

    Wishing Star Astral Charm Owner

    Slakoth - Although your description of Klutz is incorrect, the ability seems fine on it, if not slightly underpowered.

    Vigoroth - The ability you're looking for is Hustle. If you really do mean Huge Power, though, I guess that'd be alright, too.

    Slaking - Truant is on Slaking for a very good reason, and that's to keep it from becoming too powerful. One of the ways to deal with an un-Truanted Slaking would be to lower its other stats to cripple its bulk. For Slaking to have an Attack increase after its Defense is sharply lowered is much too good for its foe. I can see where you're coming from with the idea, though.
  14. Howie Cheeto

    Howie Cheeto Active Member

    Ability - Chamber Guard: Increases Defense stat, until wielder unleashes a damaging attack. Thus, status moves do not affect the ability.
    Example Pokémon: Cofagrigus, Cloyster

    Move - Bouy Mine
    Water-type equivalent to similar moves such Spikes or Stealth Rock.
    Floating debris is cast out, detonating on impact. Damages an opponent once switched in.

    Lick - capable of hitting Normal-type Pokémon for neutral damage.
    Bonemerang- capable of hitting Flying-type Pokémon for neutral damage.
  15. James the Gambler

    James the Gambler Battle Casino Brain

    I'd just change Game Freak's formula for starters so that they're actually good for OU or Ubers gameplay with the standard Blaze/Torrent/Overgrow abilities. Or, if they don't feel like making awesome move pools and base stats for the starter pokemon, they could always start you off with better abilities.
  16. RedJirachi

    RedJirachi Veteran member

    Legendaries redux

    Signature moves​
    Frost Storm, Volt Storm and Flame Storm
    Known by-Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres respectively
    Types-If you can't figure that out for yourself, I'm sorry for you
    Learn by-Level up with Lugia in your party(Lugia teaches them the move, as it is the master of storms)
    Acc-Always accurate
    Effects-Frost Storm, Volt Storm and Flame Storm are much like weather effects, but with an added bonus. Every turn for the next five turns, all Pokemon are hit with 30 base power gale of Ice, Electric or Fire, depending purely by the implementer's special stat and not counting STAB, item, ect. Pokemon weaknesses and strengths are applied into the calculation

    Heal Volt, Heal Flare and Heal Torrent
    Known by-Raikou, Entei and Suicune respectively
    Types-Electric, Fire and Water respectively
    Learn by-Level up with Ho-oh in your party
    Effects-When using this move, it acts as a simultaneous Recover and boosts all your stats by one.

    Ore Rebuild
    Known by-Regirock, Registeel and Regice
    Learn by-Lv 50
    Range-Your team
    Effects-For five turns, all members of your team are healed instead of wounded by a move of the type of the Pokemon that used this move

    Ocean Burst, Land Burst and Air Burst
    Known by-Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza respectively
    Types-Water, Ground and Flying respectively
    Learn by-Lv 80
    Type-Special(Ocean and Air Burst), Physical(Land Burst)
    Effects-The user unleashes a devestating power. The user faints out of exhausting as a result

    Mind Boost, Mind Blast and Mind Scramble
    Known by-Mesprit, Azelf and Uxie respectively
    Learn by-Lv 60
    Range-User(Mind Boost), Opponent(Mind Blast) and Mind Scramble(Opponents)
    Effects-Drastically increases a stat the user's nature favours(Mind Boost), Drastically decreases a stat the user's nature favours(Mind Blast), prevents the user from using more than one move in a row until called back(Mind Scramble)

    Slumber Forme
    Form change-If Cresselia falls asleep or has entered the Dream World
    Ability-Sweet Dreams(the user and allies are slowly healed if asleep)

    (not sure what to name this forme)
    Pokemon-Regirock, Registeel, Regice and Regigigas
    Form change-Happens when all four are in all party(can be turned off by returning them to box)
    Apperance-Regirock, Registeel and Regice gain a more slender form. Regigigas, on the other hand, becomes a limbless obelisk-like figure with three floating hands of ice, steel and rock
    Ability-Ore Fuel(Regirock, Registeel and Regice. Think Ore Rebuild as an ability) or Ore Master(Regigigas. As long as this Pokemon has been on the field, Ice, Steel and Rock Pokemon have their abilities boosted)
    Type-Rock/Fighting(Regirock), Ice/Fighting(Regice), Steel/Fighting(Registeel). Depending on which Regi was your first party member, Regigigas will be Normal/Fighting(if it was in front), Normal/Rock, Normal/Ice or Normal/Steel

    Origin Forme(other than Giratina)
    Pokemon-Dialga and Palkia
    Form change-Happens if Arceus is in the party
    Apperance-Palkia's legs retract and its wings expand brilliantly like a butterfly, and it gets new arms instead of legs. Dialga looks like clockwork
    Ability-Narrow Space(Palkia's ability. It acts as a No Guard that only affects your opponents), Quicktime(Dialga's ability. It halves the time it takes for charging moves)

    Events for legendaries​
    Young Birds and Beasts
    How to obtain-Dream World(if Lugia or Ho-oh is obtained already-Lugia for the birds, and Ho-oh for the beasts)
    Level obtained-Eggs given out(think Manaphy and Pokemon Snap)
    Ability-Dream World Ability
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2013
  17. Ditto B1tch

    Ditto B1tch Well-Known Member

    And if SOME gyms were based on themes instead types?

    Not type, but themes. Then you could have a challenging match as you wouldn't be able to pick up a type that is in advantage to his/her whole team to sweep it easily.

    For example, Leader Doug (from "dog") uses Pokemon based on animals from Canidae familly. Then, this team could be this:


    Another example. Leader Sarah (from "Saara Desert") uses Pokemon that are found in desert areas:


    And applying a theme that isn't based on type would still be a standard, similar to gym leaders' team that always keep the same type as theme. Post your opinion about this suggestion.
  18. Pokemonpal7

    Pokemonpal7 Jungle Ninja

    That's actually not a bad idea, but it's highly unlikely to happen. It'd be good for a fanfic though. Or a ROM. I'd love a lizard-themed gym with leader Lizzie, featuring a Sceptile as her signature pokemon.
  19. Hidden Power

    Hidden Power Well-Known Member

    It might be interesting as part of a post-game content, such as the Medal system or a rule in one of the Battle Frontier facility. But as a gym I would say it's unlikely unless there's a large variety of Pokemon to keep the typing consistent across the entire team. I don't think being handed out a Canine Badge makes much sense compared to a type related badge.
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2013
  20. golem12

    golem12 Dragon Trainer

    theme related then i think more about halloween and other holliday related things. then type still can matter like for halloween the leader can use ghost types and so on

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