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Team Poke-Watch: Champions of The Realm - A game where you make a Pokemon set for a hero shooter

Discussion in 'Games' started by shoz999, Nov 10, 2018.

  1. shoz999

    shoz999 Master of Disguise!

    In this game you have to list a Pokemon and give them a moveset based on the Pokemon's moveset and Pokedex entry and based on these limited key-button options that a lot of hero shooters use.
    • Right Mouse Click - Main Attack: This is the Pokemon's main attack. It will always be offensive.
    • Left Mouse Click - Secondary Attack/Defensive/Healing Ability - This is the alternate mouse click if main attack can't help you during certain situations. For healers, it consist of healing abilities. Everyone else usually gets a secondary attack or a defensive ability to make them more tankier or defensive.
    • F - Survival Ability - Defensive, Evasive - This is the ability that you most depend on for survivability, escaping situations you can't win. This can range from making a Pokemon tankier or escaping such as speed boosts or damage immunity.
    • Q - Gimmicky/Survival Ability - An ability that makes the hero more unique thanks to an exclusive gimmick than others or adds more survivability
    • E - ULTIMATE - The game-changing move - It has to be based on a Pokedex Entry.
    • Spacebar - Jump - This consists of Pokemon jumping but it can also include hovering, flying, bouncing etc.
    This is not Game Design 101, this is game that does not care about any of the balancing issues. This is a game that focuses on making a random Pokemon into a Pokemon Hero in a shooter setting based on creative limitations. That means you can make them as OP as you want, as balanced as you want or for jokes as long as it meets the limitations above. That means you can make Bidoof into an OP hero if it fits the limited key-button rules above.

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    This is how this game will begin.

    Short Version

    So to sum it up. The first Poster makes a moveset based on the Pokemon and the creative limitations above. Then that person names a random Pokemon. The next Poster makes a moveset based on that Pokemon and the creative limiations above. Then that person names a random Pokemon and the process repeats itself.

    Long Version

    First Poster will bring up a Pokemon. For Example Pikachu! The first poster will make a moveset based on the key-buttons listed and the roles listed for those key-buttons.

    Pikachu's Set

    Right Click - Thunderbolt - Sends a beam of electricity from a distance
    Left Click - Volt Tackle - Charges head-on with electrifying power, much more vulnerable to close-range attacks and gets recoil damage.
    F - Quick Attack - This is both an offensive and evasive move as shown in the anime,
    Q - Substitute - This is Pikachu's gimmicky move, he can use substitute to escape one shot attacks at the cost of his health as shown in Pokemon Adventures.
    E - Ultimate - Thunderstorm - Pikachu's tail can act as lightning rod during a storm. Pikachu summons a storm and anyone caught in the storms radius will be zapped.
    Spacebar - Jump - This electric mouse rodent can jump high and can climb walls in short bursts.

    After that the first poster has to list a random Pokemon. Let's say Dusclops.

    The second poster has to respond to the first poster's post and make a set out of Dusclops abilities.

    Dusclop's Set

    Right Click - Shadow Punch - Dusclops gets up close and launches a barrage of shadowy punches.
    Left Click - Hyper Beam - Dusclops uses his one eye to launch a devastating attack. Will leave Dusclops vulnerable as he recharges.
    F - Shadow Sneak - His offensive evasive move. Dusclops can desent to the earth as a shadow. From there he can escape by pressing the F button again. He pops out and if an enemy is nearby, he strikes them.
    Q - Trick Room - For a short duration, Dusclops reverses everyone speeds. Dusclop becomes as fast as a flank and flanks become as slow as a tank.
    E - Ultimate - Black Hole - Dusclops can create black holes, anyone caught up in the blast is an immediate KO!
    Spacebar - Jump - He's a stubby-legged Pokemon and can jump at short heights.

    After that the second poster names a random Pokemon such as Blastoise.

    Blastoise's Set

    Right Click - Water Gun - Blastoise unleashes a furry of water from his mouth
    Left Click - Skull Bash - Blastoise withdraws into his shell, preparing himself to attack. During this process, Blastoise gets 90% damage immunity. He can use this to knockback or escape enemies.
    F - Hydro Pump - His offensive evasive move. Blastoise can use Hydro Pump in two ways. He can plant himself in the ground and charge powerful gushes of water at opponents OR he can use Hydro Pump on the ground, upside down, and use it to fly into the skies like a jetpack, this actually happened in the Pokemon series believe it or not.
    Q - Rapid Spin - His survival move, during this time Blastoise gets 50% damage immunity while withdrawing to his shell. He can Rapid Spin to other opponents, knocking them back.
    E - Ultimate - According to the Pokedex, Blastoise is a Brutal Pokemon that purposely makes itself heavy to withstand the recoil of it's own attacks! So Blastoise plants himself on the ground and essentially turns himself into a heavy-fire turret with huge boost to damage and defense. It's essentially an upgraded Hydro Pump.
    Spacebar - Jump - Although he is a heavy turtle, contrary to popular belief, Blastoise can jump fairly good. He has an average jump height.

    After than the third poster names a random Pokemon. And there we have it.

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    For an easy copy and paste to fill out, here's the basic five keyboard

    Right Click - Main Attack -
    Left Click - Secondary -
    F - Survival -
    Q - Gimmick/Survival -
    E - Ultimate -


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    I'll start things off with the Pikachu Set

    Pikachu's Set

    Right Click - Thunderbolt -
    Sends a beam of electricity from a distance
    Left Click - Volt Tackle - Charges head-on with electrifying power, much more vulnerable to close-range attacks and gets recoil damage.
    F - Quick Attack - This is both an offensive and evasive move as shown in the anime,
    Q - Substitute - This is Pikachu's gimmicky move, he can use substitute to escape one shot attacks at the cost of his health as shown in Pokemon Adventures.
    E - Ultimate - Thunderstorm - Pikachu's tail can act as lightning rod during a storm. Pikachu summons a storm and anyone caught in the storms radius will be zapped.
    Spacebar - Jump - This electric mouse rodent can jump high and can climb walls in short bursts.

    The next Pokemon is Sceptile.
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2018

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