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Nuzlocke Adventure 14: Go West, Young Trainer!

Journal Entry: Fri Oct 31, 2014, 6:36 PM


THE RULES:

1—All pokemon must be nicknamed.

2—I must attempt to catch the first pokemon I see in any route or area. I may catch no others in that area.

3—If a pokemon faints, it is considered “dead” and may no longer be used. I will release them from the next PC.

4—Legendaries cannot be caught or used.

5—The Pokewalker cannot be used.

6—If the first encounter is a duplicate of a pokemon I already have, I may ignore it and re-try for a new one. After three re-tries, however, I must catch the fourth one even if it is a dupe.

7—Gift pokemon, such as Bill’s Eevee or the Tyrogue from the Karate King, can be accepted and used and do not count under the “first encounter” rule. Forced encounters, such as Sudowoodo and the Red Gyarados, however, do count under the “first encounter” rule.

8—In-game trades are acceptable, but out-of-game trades, even to make pokemon such as Haunter or Graveler evolve, are not.

9—The Daycare Center cannot be used to breed, but it can be used to level up pokemon.

10—If all pokemon in my party faint, or if I am in a situation where I need to use a move like Cut or Surf to progress but have no pokemon that can use these moves and cannot obtain one without breaking the rules, I lose and my adventure ends.

Deaths so far: 4

Badges so far: 4

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Route 38

Mmm, just listen to that delicious Johto music. I love it. A new area, so you know what that means!

 

It’s a Meowth! He’s lv. 16, but Victoire one-shots him. :c You too, Victoire? Felix was bad enough!

 

Oh? Franklin’s got something… a red feather! How wonderful! Nearby, Lass Dana challenges me. Victoire and Carmen sweep her team without me even taking any damage. Puh-lease! I get her number, cause sometimes she hands out items.

 

…wow. Fisherman Ralph calls to brag about how he just beat a wild… Magikarp. Pretty impressive there, Ralph. Way to go.

 

Victoire reaches lv. 25 off of a local Beauty’s pokemon and finally evolves into a Graveler. Woo-hoo! …if I’d managed to evolve Emilia, perhaps she’d still… no, I mustn’t think that way.

 

And that’s all for this route. Wow, that was brief.

 

Route 39

There’s no grass right away, so I’ll have to pick up my encounter elsewhere.

 

—eh? Warden Baoba wants my number? S-sure, creepy old guy. Just leave me alone, okay?

 

Meanwhile, at MooMoo farm, MooMoo is sick and can’t give any of her MooMoo milk. (MooMoo.) She needs Oran Berries, but I don’t have any! Jeez, Mom, of all the things you waste my money on, it’s not the berries I need? I’ll have to come back later. There’s a Drain Punch TM hiding near the bottom of the farm. Nice! Too bad it’s not compatible with any of my pokemon…

 

A Psychic challenges me, but a few Shadow Balls from Laika sends him packing in a heartbeat.

 

A gauntlet of trainers bar my passage to Olivine, as well as the grassy patch for the area. Let’s do this!

 

Laika+Stomp+King’s Rock=flinchhax goodness. Muahahahaha! They don’t stand a chance! I stomp (pun very much intended) all over the Sailor and the two Pokefans. Really, it’s not even fair how much I’m owning them!

 

Now it’s time for the area’s encounter:

 

“A Wild Magnemite appeared!” Ooh! I name him Randall. “Bashful nature. Often scatters things.” Not a bad catch! I mean, he’s probably not going to join my team, as I already have Franklin… but not a bad catch nonetheless!

 

And now… to the south!

 

Olivine City

Red-hair McJerkface from BadMoodistan shows up to ruin our day. He doesn’t battle us, but we do get a Good Rod from the first house in town! Now we can start fishing for some decent pokemon!

 

The Olivine Café no longer hosts the guy who gives us Strength, but let’s test out our Good Rod here and now: it’s a Krabby! Neat! …aaaaaaaaand Laika one-shots hm. -_-

 

That’s one thing I don’t like about the Johto games, is after a certain point the wild pokemon become pushovers while your team continues rising higher in levels. This makes it especially hard nuzlocking! Grr! Mom’s delivery gives me a Silk Scarf. Now Carmen can accessorize!

 

Well, that’s it for the town. Now it’s time to tackle the lighthouse.

 

Glitter Lighthouse

Can I just say that I love the music here? Because it’s awesome. I take the elevator up, but Jasmine’s sealed and out of reach. I’d better take the long way.

 

GODDAMIT JOEY

 

…hehehe, I just spoke with Laika and she spun around and got all dizzy! Like her nature and details suggest, she’s something of a prankster and she’s always doing silly things. How cute!

 

You know, it’s kind of interesting how a move with a purported 90% accuracy manages to miss twice in a row. Strange how that only happens to me, and not the CPU, huh?

 

Meanwhile we’ve also got jerks like a Lass who wants to drag Jasmine back to the Gym despite her, you know, caring for a sick pokemon? Rude! I do eventually make it to the part where you leap out the lighthouse window (so awesome! *-*)

 

I’m absolutely thrashing all the trainers here, omg. One of the Sailors points out that Gym Leaders must be compassionate as well as strong. Wait, then how do you explain Giovanni?

 

I finally make it to Jasmine. She wants me to go to the Cianwood Pharmacy and pick up medicine. I’m sympathetic, Jasmine, but don’t you think you should do it yourself? I mean, as a Gym Leader you can probably use the Fly HM. It’s probably much faster.


And with that, we have our newest destination! Stay tuned!

Current Teammates: Felix (Croconaw), Carmen (Raticate), Franklin (Flaaffy), Victoire (Graveler), Kenya (Fearow), Laika (Stantler)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 13: The Farthest Shore



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Nuzlocke Adventure 13: The Farthest Shore

Journal Entry: Mon Oct 27, 2014, 2:16 PM


THE RULES:

1—All pokemon must be nicknamed.

2—I must attempt to catch the first pokemon I see in any route or area. I may catch no others in that area.

3—If a pokemon faints, it is considered “dead” and may no longer be used. I will release them from the next PC.

4—Legendaries cannot be caught or used.

5—The Pokewalker cannot be used.

6—If the first encounter is a duplicate of a pokemon I already have, I may ignore it and re-try for a new one. After three re-tries, however, I must catch the fourth one even if it is a dupe.

7—Gift pokemon, such as Bill’s Eevee or the Tyrogue from the Karate King, can be accepted and used and do not count under the “first encounter” rule. Forced encounters, such as Sudowoodo and the Red Gyarados, however, do count under the “first encounter” rule.

8—In-game trades are acceptable, but out-of-game trades, even to make pokemon such as Haunter or Graveler evolve, are not.

9—The Daycare Center cannot be used to breed, but it can be used to level up pokemon.

10—If all pokemon in my party faint, or if I am in a situation where I need to use a move like Cut or Surf to progress but have no pokemon that can use these moves and cannot obtain one without breaking the rules, I lose and my adventure ends.

Deaths so far: 3

Badges so far: 4

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Route 42

Wait, what? What am I doing here? If you know your Johto geography, you know this is the wrong way—the route to the east of Ecruteak, not the west. Am I not going to Olivine and Cianwood first? Am I sequence breaking?

 

Well, no. I’m going to tackle the gyms in order. However, now that I have Surf, there’s a lot I can do. I’ve also decided just to come here and try for another new pokemon. (Also juggler Irwin called and told me he followed me to the Gym and was peeking through the windows? Eep?)

 

Anyway, I’ve placed Aaron and Kenya back in the box—I’m going to replace Thomas with one of them but I haven't decided which yet. Anyway, I’m actually going to do something a bit odd and use Headbutt here, which I haven’t done before. Let’s see what pokemon I get.

 

Wah! Some Hiker bumps into me and hands me HM04! I forgot you don’t get it in Olivine this generation. Anyway…

 

Well, derp. Headbutt gives me four Spearow in a row. Despite Kenya, I have to try and catch the fourth. How anticlimactic. Her name’s Chandra, details are “Hardy nature, somewhat stubborn.” Boxed~

 

Okay, I’ll meet y’all at our next destination.

 

Violet City

HuzzuwuHUH? Yes, now that I’ve got Surf, there’s stoof to do! Lots of stoof! There’s a lake at the back of town where I Surf to a Rare Candy.

 

Route 31

OH MERCIFUL HEAVENS I get Raikou as a random encounter here! D: D: D: I can’t hope to touch his lv. 40 badness! Runawayrunawayrunawayrunawayrunaway… whew! Wild Raikou fled! Dodged a bullet there! o:  Down south…

 

Cherrygrove City

A must-do for any trainer who started with Totodile, I surf out to the fat guy on the sandbar and pick up Mystic Water. That’s going on Felix straight away! I’ll meet you guys over in Union Cave.

 

Union Cave

Ah, Victoire’s old stomping grounds. We’ve got a lot to do here. First off, let’s head down the northern stairwell to find a subterranean lake. Surfing to the other side’s a cinch, and so’s beating the Hikers there.

 

Now up a stairwell and…

 

Ruins of Alph

First time visiting here, actually! There’s a nice hidden patch of grass nearby. Let’s see who we can find. Ohohoho! A Natu! (Of course, they have a 90% appearance rate… *w*) A Thunder Wave and one Fast Ball later and he’s mine! I’m naming him Isaac. “Naïve nature. Strong willed.” Say hello, Isaac! Part of me wants to make him my new team member, but Natu doesn’t learn a damaging Psychic-type move until level 44—or 59 if you evolve it into Xatu! And since you don’t get the Psychic TM until Kanto… probably not, Isaac.

 

I solve the nearby panel puzzle and drop down into the ruins proper. A quick trip north and…

 

Violet City

I heal up, deposit Isaac in the PC and, after some quick thinking, swap Kenya into the party. I’m not completely sold, but she might well end up filling Thomas’s spot as my new main member. I also teach her U-Turn and Return to fill out her move slots. Alongside Aerial Ace, she’s looking pretty good!

 

Mom calls me about items again. Sigh… let’s go and see…

 

WHAT THE CRAP MOM

 

MORE BERRIES? WHY DO YOU KEEP SPENDING MY MONEY ON BERRIES?! THEY GROW ON TREES

 

THEY LITERALLY GROW ON TREES

 

Route 32

Entei omgomgomgomg have MERCY

 

Whew

 

He let me run away -_-

 

Union Cave

Back here again. We’re heading down into the basement once more, only this time we’re gonna go through the southern ladder instead, the one you have to surf to.

 

!! Joey…!!

 

Emilia pwns a Pokemaniac’s Marowaks (lol, they only know ground and normal moves :’p) and NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO a Kangaskhan got her with a Mega Punch! I forgot they had Scrappy…

 

E… Emilia! She’s… dead…

 

Victoire revenge kills with Magnitude 10… my poor, poor Gastly…

 

Further down I get some nice items, including an Elixir and a Big Pearl. I rip through a team of Eeveelutions—Victoire handles the Jolteon and the Eevee itself, Franklin one-shots the Vaporeon with Thunder, and Felix mops up the Flareon—and head even further south. Here I fight a trainer with the cheapest Poliwhirl ever (two critical hits in one battle, and her Body Slam paralyzed three times in a row)

 

There’s a pool here which marks the end of Union Cave. You can sometimes find Lapras here, but it’s not Friday and even if it was, Victoire’s my catch for this area. I’ll meet you at Azalea Town.

 

Azalea Town

I pull out Laika, that Stantler I got a few vids back, to replace Emilia. Remember her? “Naughty nature, somewhat of a clown?” She already knows Stomp and Hypnosis, and I teach her Shadow Ball with Morty’s TM. That, plus her Intimidate ability, suggests she’ll be pretty good! She’s a bit underleveled, but c’est la vie…

 

So, my main party is now Felix, Carmen, Franklin, Victoire, Kenya, and Laika, with Aaron as a buffer. I swing by Kurt’s to pick up/drop off some balls, and then return to the Slowpoke Well.

 

Slowpoke Well

Thomas…

 

It’s strange coming back here. Beyond where I thrashed Proton is a strength block, which Carmen moves without issue. Now I can enter the well’s basement. A scientist gives me a King’s Rock (ooh!) and I also pick up the Rain Dance TM nearby. Hm, with both Felix and Franklin on my team…

 

Carmen Digs us outta here.

 

Ilex Forest

I pick up a big mushroom from an alcove only reached by Surf, having swapped Franklin for Lizzie. I’ll put him back in in Goldenrod and bulk up Laika in terms of levels so she’ll be even with the rest of the party.

 

Route 34

After about an hour’s work, Laika is up there with the rest of the party in levels. There’s one more Surf-related chore to accomplish. The narrow ribbon of water to the side leads us to a secluded hideaway… one where there are three female Ace Trainers to be found. We open with a double battle with Franklin and Felix, my two most powerful pokemon, in the lead.

 

Staryu and Goldeen are their opening choices. Staryu trips up my Thunder strategy by using Camouflage to transform into a Ground-type, but Felix confounds it with Ice Fang. Franklin takes down Goldeen with Thundershock and Seaking with Thunder. Now’s it’s just Starmie against the two of them. Starmie gets a critical hit with a Water Gun but Franklin baaaaarely survives to knock it out with Thunder. The two of them both level up to 26!

 

A quick return to the pokemon center before the third sister is upon us…

 

Ace Trainer Kate is actually pretty strong for this stage in the game. She opens with a Shellder, but at lv. 26 it’s no joke. It mostly uses a Clamp+Protect combo to try and wear me down, but Carmen muscles through with Strength.

 

Next up is Cloyster lv. 28. I don’t even try to do anything but KO this monster as soon as possible. Switch to Franklin, Thunder right out of the gate. Damn, it’s faster than me and it gets off a Supersonic. Franklin hurts himself in confusion! Dammit, she wears me down with Aurora Beam and Franklin hurts himself again. Let’s switch to Felix, who should resist all her moves. Ugh, Spikes? Really? Thankfully, she can’t do much damage to Felix with Aurora Beam and he takes her down.

 

Our ultimate reward is… a Power Herb! This might come in handy sometime in the future.

 

And that, my friends, is that. We’ve successfully completed all the side stuff there is to do now that Surf is in our possession. With Kenya and Laika officially part of our party now, we’ll traipse on west out of Ecruteak.

 

However, not all is well. Today we lost one of my closest and dearest pokemon: Emilia, who’s been with us since Violet City. She was one of my most useful party members, and also the most adorable Gastly ever, with a penchant for dozing all the time and a love of flowers (seriously, whenever we walked she would always find them and give them to me.) I really thought she’d be with us all the way, but even she was cut down… we’ve now reached the point where our number of deaths equals our badges. It seems like with all these recent deaths, our quest is beset with heartbreak…


Farewell, Emilia. You’ll wait for us on the farthest shore.

Current Teammates: Felix (Croconaw), Carmen (Raticate), Franklin (Ampharos), Victoire (Geodude), Kenya (Fearow), Laika (Stantler)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure Interlude: Meet the Mons!
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 14: Go West, Young Trainer!



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Nuzlocke Adventure Interlude: Meet the Mons!

Journal Entry: Sun Oct 26, 2014, 1:15 AM


So, with four badges under our belt, we've now come pretty far into the game. I figured it would be proper for us to take a slight breather and take a look at the wonderful pokemon who have stayed at our side all this time.

MAIN TEAM
These pokemon are the bread and butter of my team. At any given moment, I probably have most or even all of them in my party. I plan on keeping some of them to the end stages of the game and beyond; others, however, might slowly make their way into the buffer zone of my party. That said, these pokemon are currently my go-to squaddies.

FELIX
Species: Croconaw, Lv. 24
Nature: Docile, "Capable of taking hits."
Met: Given as a starter pokemon from Professor Elm.
Current Moves: Surf, Bite, Headbutt, Ice Fang

Felix is a well-intentioned goofball. He tries to take things seriously, but ends up losing focus fairly quickly. Still, he can be relied upon in a pinch, and his wide array of moves, impressive bulk, and ridiculous luck have made him one of Dee's foremost pokemon, a fact which he is very proud of. Early on in the adventure he could never be counted on to be on the ball, but after evolving into a Croconaw and losing some teammates he's mellowed out and better appreciates the journey and its stakes. Of all the pokemon, he takes losing a teammate the hardest, and is absolutely stricken whenever a loss occurs.

He resents Franklin for being considered the group's leader, as he feels that it's his right to lead as Dee's starter pokemon. His resentment has bubbled to the surface and the two are now locked in bitter competition; there is no love lost between the two of them. He tends to get along well with other teammates, however. His happy-go-lucky attitude makes it easy for him to make and keep friends among the other pokemon.

Felix gets along especially well with Carmen, as the two were Dee's first pokemon and have never been out of each other's company. Their mutually playful and happy attitudes mesh well, and they can usually be found goofing off or playing when there aren't battles to be won or dungeons to be traversed. Obviously close friends, some of the other pokemon have whispered that there might be something morebetween the two of them. Both Felix and Carmen vehemently deny this... but blush a lot whenever the subject is brought up.

For some reason, he harbors an intense vendetta against Pidgeys and will not suffer them to live.



CARMEN
Species: Raticate, Lv. 22
Nature: Hardy, "Loves to eat."
Met: Found on the southern end of Route 46.
Current Moves: Hyper Fang, Dig, Rock Smash, Sucker Punch

Carmen is always happy. She loves to frolic and play and is full of good cheer. She loves being on an adventure with Dee and the other pokemon and can always be counted on to seethe bright side of things. However, she's more mature than she looks, and can be the "Team Mom" of sorts on occasion: helping to curb Franklin's anger, keeping the rivalry between him and Felix under control, and providing emotional stability to the group during moments like the loss of a teammate.

Carmen gets along more or less well with all of her teammates. She always extends a friendly paw to any new pokemon and is quick to forgive her teammates's occasional annoyances. She even tries to befriend the otherwise-forgotten pokemon in the box. She is sometimes exasperated by Franklin's standoffishness but doesn't let it get to her. She personally thinks that he makes a better leader than Felix, though she keeps this fact to herself. The only teammate she doesn't get along well with is Victoire, whose perpetual grumpiness puts her out of sorts and who has spurned her overtures of friendship in the past.

Carmen gets along the best with Felix and Emilia. Carmen and Emilia get along great together, as Carmen is the only one capable of coaxing Emilia out of her shyness and the two bond over girly things such as Emilia's love of flowers. She and Felix have a deep and long-lasting friendship that stretches from the beginning of the journey; it would not be a mistake to say that they have the closest bond out of all the pokemon. Some allegations are made that they might be more than friends, but Carmen denies these whole-heartedly. They only snuggled that one time and it wasn't purposeful, they fell asleep and just sort of ended up that way! It could happen to anyone!



FRANKLIN
Species: Flaaffy, Lv. 24
Nature: Serious, "Capable of taking hits."
Met: Caught south of Violet City in Route 32.
Current Moves: Tackle, Thundershock, Thunder, Thunder Wave

Known as the "boss killer" for his commanding performances against Falkner and Morty, Franklin is the team leader. He achieved the position by being the only one of the early pokemon headstrong enough to take command and kept it through his reputation as a tough battler and by usually making exactly the right kind of decisions, even if he is kind of an ass about it. Franklin is stubborn and temperamental, which makes it easy to keep on his bad side, but ultimately cares abut the other team members and tries to make the right decisions for all of them. He privately agonizes over any mistakes he's made, and his stubbornness masks cripplingly low self-esteem that only plummets whenever a wrong decision hurts the party.

There is absolutely no love lost between Franklin and Felix; the Croconaw thinks Franklin "stole" his rightful place as team leader, while for his part Franklin sees Felix as an ungrateful goof-off who feels entitled to something he never worked for and whose foolish personality would lead the team to ruin. All the other pokemon besides Felix accept his leadership,  but Franklin's temperamental personality puts most of them off. He has few friends.

The only one of the pokemon who truly likes Franklin is Victoire, who admires him for his tough decision-making and who recognizes the intense turmoil he faces over every screw-up. She alone of the pokemon recognizes Franklin's low self-esteem and always tries to comfort him when he's in particularly self-loathing moods. As a result of their friendship, Franklin has confided in her and actively seeks her opinion whenever he is faced with a particularly tough choice.



EMILIA
Species: Gastly, Lv. 22
Nature: Hardy, "Often dozes off."
Met: Encountered in the halls of Sprout Tower.
Current Moves: Night Shade, Hypnosis, Curse, Confuse Ray

"Often dozes off" is right. Emilia is a perpetually dozy, always sleeping little ghost. The other pokemon have naturally been curious over why ghosts even need to sleep, but when pressed on the issue Emilia always freezes up and can't give a straight answer. She probably doesn't know herself.

Emilia is painfully shy and easily intimidated, and for that reason she usually keeps to herself while she's not napping. She adores pretty things, though, like stars, bellchimes, and especially flowers. She loves to pick flowers and has many different sorts, which she will share with Dee and the team while in a more open mood. She is particularly perceptive, and is quick to know whenever one of the party is feeling down. If no one steps in to help, she'll be there with words of comfort to try to help.

Emilia's only close friend is Carmen, who is the one pokemon who can fully break down Emilia's barrier of shyness. Carmen and Emilia are great friends and love to play together; their favorite pasttime is decorating each other with flowers. She gets along with of the other party members, but is still shy around them. The only one she doesn't like is Victoire, who she sees as bossy and mean-spirited, and Emilia will go out of her way to avoid her.



VICTOIRE
Species: Geodude, Lv. 22
Nature: Calm, "Quick to flee."
Met: Caught in Union Cave.
Current Moves: Rollout, Defense Curl, Rock Throw, Magnitude

Victoire does in fact smile; it's just that her teammates don't see it. Back in Union Cave Victoire was known to be an impossible-to-please grump, and that reputation has carried over to the team as well. Victoire can be pouty and withdrawn, and is quick to voice her displeasure on any subject. She's actually pretty happy around most of her teammates; it's just that when she's happy, she likes to keep it to herself.

She is, however, frequently inquisitive and curious. She highly values knowledge and does her best to learn new things, and it's not hard to pique her interest. Victoire possesses an almost childlike love of anything new, and an interesting enough object that provokes her fascination can snap her out of the grumpiest of moods.

Despite her grouchiness, she actually is fairly well-liked. While Carmen doesn't get along with her (Victoire views Carmen's overtures of friendship as shallow and her mothering of the group as insulting,) Victoire is actually ambivalent towards Emilia and is unaware that the Gastly greatly dislikes her. She and Felix are actually pretty chill, and she's even managed to bond with Aaron over their mutual love of new sights.

Her closest tie, however, is Franklin; indeed, she might be called Franklin's only friend. Victoire recognizes some of the tougher decisions he has made, and greatly respects him both for his capacity as leader as well as for the fact that he personally cares about each teammate's well-being. She is the only one who has seen Franklin vulnerable and tries her best to help him through his low points.



BUFFER TEAM
These are the "backup" teammates; they are usually kept at levels around that of the main team and will fill in on boss battles where they have advantages or on certain other occasions. If a member of the main team falls, their replacement is likely to come from the buffer.

KENYA
Species: Fearow, Lv. 23
Nature: Hasty, "Proud of its power."
Met: Given to run an errand by the Goldenrod gatekeeper
Current Moves: Aerial Ace, Fury Attack, Mirror Move, Leer

Given by the Goldenrod gatekeeper to Dee to deliver some mail, Dee completed the errand but kept the pokemon for himself. Kenya doesn't mind; she was used as a glorified messenger pigeon by the two trainers, and she's happy to be with the team even as part of the buffer.

Perhaps because she was used for work nonstop and never had a chance to socialize, Kenya is always serious and focused on the job at hand. She puts her whole being into battle and never gives it anything less than 100%. Her intensity can be a little off-putting, especially since the main party only sees her on occasion, but overall she's admired for these qualities. She gets along with Aaron, as the two of them spend a lot of time together as buffer mates, and she and Franklin have a healthy respect for each other due to both taking battles completely seriously.



AARON
Species: Kadabra, Lv. 22
Nature: Gentle, "Likes to fight."
Met: Purchased at the Goldenrod Game Corner.
Current Moves: Confusion, Teleport, Kinesis, Miracle Eye

The perfect gentlemen, Aaron is always reserved and polite when dealing with other pokemon. He always thinks before speaking and if he has a negative opinion, he'll keep it to himself. Aaron spent his whole life in Goldenrod and had never seen anything outside the city until his travels. He is blown away by new sights, a shared trait which has endeared him to Victoire, but prefers big cities over the countryside.

Aaron was involved in a friendly rivalry with Thomas over which was the better Psychic-type; Aaron pointed out that he was faster and did more damage, while Thomas argued that he was more versatile and would eclipse Aaron statistically upon evolution. Aaron has taken the sudden loss of his rival extremely hard. He also served as a sort-of mentor for Leon, and was crushed by his loss as well.



LIZZIE
Species: Beedrill, Lv. 10
Nature: Lonely, "Often scatters things."
Met: First pokemon encountered in Route 30.
Current Moves: Poison Sting, Cut, Flash, Rock Smash

Technically not a member of the main or buffer teams, but still a pokemon who sees use, Lizzie is Dee's go-to for any overworld move. She knows a variety of useful techniques and can usually be found in the party if obstacles are in the way, but never sees combat.

Lizzie is a little bitter that she is playing second fiddle to Carmen and Felix, Dee's other first pokemon, but she knows deep down that she wouldn't stand a chance in the later parts of the quest and is glad to at least be useful. Considered the boss of the boxed pokemon, as she's been out the most out of all of them.



FALLEN POKEMON
Former members of the main and buffer teams, these pokemon all gave their lives over the course of the journey. Their sacrifices will never be forgotten.

HAMILTON
Species: Ditto
Nature: Impish, "Capable of taking hits."
Met: Picked up on Route 34.
Death: One-shotted by a Kadabra's Confusion.

Hamilton came packing Quick Powder, which doubled his speed untransformed. The potential of this bumped him up to the buffer party, but in his first battle the Quick Powder boost wasn't enough to outspeed a Kadabra and he was killed.

Little was known about Hamilton, but his death had a profound impact on the party. He was the first casualty in the adventure, and served as a "wake up call" for the pokemon that their lives, too, could be forfeit at any moment. Franklin and Felix took his loss especially hard.



LEON
Species: Espeon
Nature: Timid, "Highly persistent."
Met: A gift given by Bill.
Death: Slain by a wild Stantler's critical hit Stomp while training.

Leon was shy at first, but he was good-hearted and brave, and wanted to prove himself. He looked up to Aaron, a fellow Psychic-type, for guidance. His eager personality was offset by his youthfulness; the whole party regarded him as their "kid brother," so to speak, and were naturally devastated when he died.



THOMAS
Species: Slowpoke
Nature: Rash, "Hates to lose."
Met: Rescued from Team Rocket in Slowpoke Well.
Death: Hit by a Charmeleon's Dragon Rage when he had 38 HP.

The first main party pokemon to die, Thomas's death, which came right on the heels of Leon's, devastated the party. Thomas was laid-back and happy, which means he got along especially well with Felix and Carmen, but in combat he had a surprisingly fierce competitive streak that led him to achieve some surprising success in battle. He privately confided to Felix shortly before his death that he didn't like Franklin all that much and that he thought Felix should be the leader. Thomas had a friendly rivalry with Aaron of the buffer team and got along well with the buffer and boxed pokemon in general, which led to all of them being crushed at his death.

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 12: Memento Mori
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 13: The Farthest Shore

  • Mood: Unheard
  • Listening to: SSB4 Soundtrack
  • Reading: Joanne Fluke
  • Watching: shofu
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Bread
  • Drinking: Milk

Nuzlocke Adventure 12: Memento Mori

Journal Entry: Fri Oct 24, 2014, 3:20 PM


THE RULES:

1—All pokemon must be nicknamed.

2—I must attempt to catch the first pokemon I see in any route or area. I may catch no others in that area.

3—If a pokemon faints, it is considered “dead” and may no longer be used. I will release them from the next PC.

4—Legendaries cannot be caught or used.

5—The Pokewalker cannot be used.

6—If the first encounter is a duplicate of a pokemon I already have, I may ignore it and re-try for a new one. After three re-tries, however, I must catch the fourth one even if it is a dupe.

7—Gift pokemon, such as Bill’s Eevee or the Tyrogue from the Karate King, can be accepted and used and do not count under the “first encounter” rule. Forced encounters, such as Sudowoodo and the Red Gyarados, however, do count under the “first encounter” rule.

8—In-game trades are acceptable, but out-of-game trades, even to make pokemon such as Haunter or Graveler evolve, are not.

9—The Daycare Center cannot be used to breed, but it can be used to level up pokemon.

10—If all pokemon in my party faint, or if I am in a situation where I need to use a move like Cut or Surf to progress but have no pokemon that can use these moves and cannot obtain one without breaking the rules, I lose and my adventure ends.

Deaths so far: 2

Badges so far: 3

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Ecruteak City

Leon is dead.

 

I evolved him into an Espeon and was training him to be near the rest of my team in the route south of Ecruteak. A wild Stantler got a critical hit Stomp against him and wiped him out.

 

Leon’s personality was cute. He was shy but also playful and good-hearted. He was an incredible pokemon… I was honestly thinking of making him a permanent teammate.

 

I'm sorry, Leon.

 

We’ve fooled around enough. It’s time to progress. To the north of town is the Burned Tower.

 

Burned Tower

I immediately spy three interesting pokemon in the basement floor. Morty and Eusine are hanging nearby (I ship them.)

 

Eusine’s music is pretty great, but I need to figure out how to get down to the legendary pokemon. Let me pass, magician-man!

 

…whoops, someone else is here too.

 

BOSS: Silver

Silver sends out Gastly lv. 20; I send out Victoire lv. 20. I go ahead and switch out to Carmen, also lv. 20. And augh, Gastly places a Curse! Time to switch again! You know what? I’m gonna chance it. Go, Thomas!

 

Thomas, lv. 18, uses Confusion after some status shenanigans from Gastly and takes it down. Next up is Bayleef, lv. 22! I think it’s time to send in a Gastly of my own. Emilia is lv. 18; go, Emilia!

 

Hypnosis, Curse, and then a few Night Shades for victory. Next up is Franklin lv. 18 versus Zubat lv. 20. Thunder somehow misses FOUR TIMES IN A ROW but finally activates and, predictably, one-shots the bat.

 

Last up is Magnemite, lv. 18, versus Victoire. Silver pops in and says “sometimes in desperation, weak people do OK in fighting back.” Yes, Silver, but you’re not one of those weak people. You’re just a normal weak person. Magnitude ends Magnemite for victory.

 

Down the ladder, I approach the legendary dogs… but first, the wild pokemon of the area! It’s a Koffing. A female Koffing? How does that work? Anyway, I name her Corrine. “Quiet nature. Mischevious.”

 

I scare off the legendary pokemon and Eusine doesn’t get mad for some reason, even though this is apparently his life dream.

 

Morty should be back in his Gym, but I’m vastly outleveled; going there now would be slaughter. Time to level. I’ll poke around the Burned Tower. Ugh, more firebreathers! They use Koffing and fire-types… looks like a job for Thomas!

 

The first guy does some negligible damage, but Thomas sweeps him. He’s got 38 HP; still in the green! Puh-lease! Then the next sends out a Charmeleon. Pffft, really? You got one move before Surf hits you, baby! What can you possibly—

 

“Charmeleon used Dragon Rage.”

 

…no… No. NO! Thomas! ;.; He’s… he’s down… he’s dead! My Slowpoke! Thomas…

 

Carmen avenges Thomas without a problem, but he’s still gone. Why? I was doing so good, and then… all these deaths, all so recently. Hamilton, Leon, and even Thomas, one of my main pokemon…

 

I must be doing something wrong.

 

I still need to train for Morty… I’ll return when everyone’s sufficiently leveled.

 

Ecruteak City

(Joey)

 

(I will kill you if you keep calling)

 

Okay, I’m all leveled. Every member of my main and buffer teams are lv. 22. Kenya even evolved into a Fearow! By the by, have I told you guys anything about her personality yet? She’s stern and serious and puts her entire being into battle. Intense.

 

For my party, I’ve added Kenya and Aaron to the group and dropped Emilia, who would basically be useless here. Also picked up Mom’s gift of a Super Potion from the mart. Okay… let’s do this JOEY YOU JUST BARELY CALLED ME OKAY GIVE IT A BREAK

 

Medium Georgina has a whopping five Gastly on her team. Wowzers! But each one goes down to a single Thundershock from Franklin. They don’t even get the chance to move! Poor little ghosties… :’p

 

The next medium offers a “hint” that’s basically rendered useless in the remake’s new layout. Ugh, confusion. It’s supposed to be a 50% chance to hurt yourself, but in practice it cripples me completely as my pokemon attack themselves turn after turn. Still, when Felix’s Bite goes through, it one-shots that Haunter!

 

Kenya sweeps the next two trainers with ease. Now it’s time to go back, heal up, and hope for the best. It’s time to face down Ecruteak’s seer… Morty!

 

BOSS: Gym Leader Morty

I have to say, Morty’s new redesign is swank, with his scarf. Anyway, he sends out Gastly lv. 21, and I counter with Felix lv. 23. Gastly tried to trap me with Mean Look but it’s irrelevant as Felix one-shots it with Bite.

 

Crap, he’s sending out Gengar, lv. 25. This pokemon makes me nervous. Here’s hoping my strategy works… Franklin, lv. 23! Thunder Wave! Hahah! Enjoy that paralysis, sucker! Now, Thunder! Thunder takes away a fair chunk of HP, but he heals with a Sitrus Berry and puts me to sleep with Hypnosis. Hmm, to heal or to switch? Franklin hasn’t taken any damage… I’ll use a Chesto Berry.

 

Mwahaha! I healed up the sleep and he wasted a turn with Sucker Punch! One more Thunder should take him down… accuracy, don’t fail me now! Gah! It misses, and Gengar traps me with Mean Look. I’m worried about how much damage a Shadow Ball will do… c’mon, hit!

 

Success! Franklin’s Thunder hits and takes down Gengar. It never got a single chance to use that Shadow Ball! Next up is Haunter, lv. 21. Switching back to Felix. Haunter uses Curse, ensuring I’ll take it out with another Bite.

 

Next up is his final Haunter, lv. 23. I switch to Kenya, lv. 23. Her Normal type resists Ghost and she pwns him with Aerial Ace!

 

And with that, Morty is down and the Fog Badge and Shadow Ball TM are ours! However, we mustn’t get too excited. Though we succeeded against him, we still lost valued comrades in Thomas and Leon. Now that we have four badges, we’ll continue our journey next time. Goodbye, my friends...

Current Teammates: Felix (Croconaw), Carmen (Raticate), Franklin (Flaaffy), Victoire (Geodude), Kenya (Fearow), Aaron (Kadabra)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 11: Odd Jobs
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure Interlude: Meet the Mons!


  • Mood: Sadness
  • Listening to: "The Spiritual World"
  • Reading: Short Stories
  • Watching: Wakfu
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Barbecue Sandwiches
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew Throwback

Nuzlocke Adventure 11: Odd Jobs

Journal Entry: Wed Oct 22, 2014, 1:07 PM


THE RULES:

1—All pokemon must be nicknamed.

2—I must attempt to catch the first pokemon I see in any route or area. I may catch no others in that area.

3—If a pokemon faints, it is considered “dead” and may no longer be used. I will release them from the next PC.

4—Legendaries cannot be caught or used.

5—The Pokewalker cannot be used.

6—If the first encounter is a duplicate of a pokemon I already have, I may ignore it and re-try for a new one. After three re-tries, however, I must catch the fourth one even if it is a dupe.

7—Gift pokemon, such as Bill’s Eevee or the Tyrogue from the Karate King, can be accepted and used and do not count under the “first encounter” rule. Forced encounters, such as Sudowoodo and the Red Gyarados, however, do count under the “first encounter” rule.

8—In-game trades are acceptable, but out-of-game trades, even to make pokemon such as Haunter or Graveler evolve, are not.

9—The Daycare Center cannot be used to breed, but it can be used to level up pokemon.

10—If all pokemon in my party faint, or if I am in a situation where I need to use a move like Cut or Surf to progress but have no pokemon that can use these moves and cannot obtain one without breaking the rules, I lose and my adventure ends.

Deaths so far: 1

Badges so far: 3

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Goldenrod City

Three badges down, five to go! (Technically thirteen since I plan on tackling Kanto… sob) Next door to the Gym, I pick up a squirtbottle. Why couldn’t I have had Felix or Thomas use Water Gun on it? Who knows? Anyway, I’ll meet you back at the tree.

 

Route 36

Thomas and Emilia are back in my party, replacing Kenya and Aaron. It’s Sudowoodo! I’m not afraid, seeing’s how I’ve got me a Water-type out front. Go, Thomas!

 

Critical hit Water Gun? It didn’t stand a chance! Oh, and mom bought stuff with my money again. Still, onward and northward!

 

Route 37

It’s a new area. You know what that means…

 

“A wild Stantler appeared!” Um… hmm. She actually put up a pretty decent fight against getting caught, but she’s mine nonetheless. Name’s Laika. “Naughty nature. Somewhat of a clown.” I’ll probably keep her in the box; Carmen’s all the Normal-type I need. <3

 

Oh! Up there is Sunny of Sunday. Well, who’da thunk? He gives me a Magnet, which I’m affixing to Franklin straight away!

 

Uh-oh, double battle! Emilia and Franklin, teamup of the century! Further up is another double battle. This time it’s Carmen and Felix, the first two pokemon I ever had! (They’re also probably the best friends out of the whole group… hehehe)

 

Yikes, Clefable and Wigglytuff? Sure, they’re only Lv. 16, but that’s still two fully evolved pokemon!

 

Thankfully, a combination of Hyper Fang and Heabutt ensures the flinchhax is on my side this time! Bwahahahaha!

 

Ecruteak City

It’s all so… Japanese! I love it! Lots of things to do here, but first stop is going to be the pokemon center. Bill shows up. We’ll be seeing him later… ;D

 

And… Lyra? Why are you calling me? You are in a conspiracy with Joey, aren’t you? I knew it! In the house next door, I get a Dowsing MCHN. No, not a machine. A MCHN.

 

Oh! Emilia found a pretty orange flower and gave it to me! Aww… <3

 

Nearby, there’s trouble brewing in the Ecruteak Dance Theatre! Forward… charge! A Team Rocket grunt is harassing one of those Kimono Girls. Time to show him what I’m made of! Afterwards, the Kimono Girl says something enigmatic (as usual) and I get a Surf HM. Whoa! It was just a lv. 12 Koffing, guys!

 

In the mart nearby, I get mom’s delivery. More berries?!

 

There’s still things to do in the Burned Tower and the Gym, but I have a few errands to run. First, back to GoldenroooooarrrrRRGGHHHHH

 

I SWEAR, JOEY, ONE OF THESE DAYS

 

Goldenrod City

I temporarily box Carmen. Why? You know why!

 

Eevee, lv. 5. “Timid nature. Highly persistent.” Male, so I’m naming him Leon. If he was female, I’d name him after a certain fanfic character instead… (;

 

Goldenrod Underground

Leon gets a haircut, the first of what I can only assume will be many. Can you guess what I’m gonna evolve him into?

 

Violet City

Now that I can access this place again, it’s time to deliver that mail I got a while back. A farewell to Kenya? Hardly! I like her, and I’m gonna keep her around! I don’t have to deliver her—only the mail!

 

I attach the mail to Wendy, that Kakuna I caught way before my first badge, swapping out Franklin for her.

 

Route 31

Time to hand over the mail to that sleepy fat guy. He doesn’t recognize Wendy, so he just takes the mail and leaves my pokemon alone. I get to keep Kenya and score a TM out of the deal! Huzzah! Now I’m heading south. Why? You’ll see…

 

Cherrygrove City

I swap Wendy out in favor of Ronan, the Togepi. Now I’m sure you know what’s up, right?

 

New Bark Town

Hello there, Professor. Ever since I’ve had to deal with the unholy duo of Joey and Lyra, I no longer find you as annoying as I once did.

 

Don’t get me wrong, you’re still plenty annoying. You’re just the lesser of three evils now.

 

And he gives me an Everstone! Now I can waste a hold item slot for one of my pokemon to stop them from evolving even though I could just press the B Button. And I can’t think of a single pokemon where permanent un-evolution would be an advantage. You… shouldn’t have.

 

Well, I’m all done with errands now, right? Wrong!

 

Dark Cave

Forgot about this place, didn’t you? Well, so did I, otherwise I would’ve come here right after clearing Sprout Tower. Oh well. I swapped Ronan for Lizzie back in Cherrygrove City. Now let’s Flash it up!

 

I get a Star Piece from smashing rocks and some minor healing items. The Star Piece alone made it worth it! Now I’m done with errands, right?

 

Hahaha NOPE

 

Goldenrod City

Yep, back here again. I have to tell the gate guard that I completed his task, which would be easier if Joey would stop calling. One free HP Up! Woot! And now we’re finally done with all these errands. Join me next time as we return to Ecruteak and progress the main story! Stay tuned!

Current Teammates: Felix (Croconaw), Emilia (Gastly), Victoire (Geodude), Thomas (Slowpoke), Leon (Eevee), Lizzie (Beedrill)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 10: Whitney's Miltank
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 12: Memento Mori



  • Mood: Passionate
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  • Reading: Andromeda Strain
  • Watching: House MD
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Donuts
  • Drinking: Water

Nuzlocke Adventure 14: Go West, Young Trainer!

Journal Entry: Fri Oct 31, 2014, 6:36 PM


THE RULES:

1—All pokemon must be nicknamed.

2—I must attempt to catch the first pokemon I see in any route or area. I may catch no others in that area.

3—If a pokemon faints, it is considered “dead” and may no longer be used. I will release them from the next PC.

4—Legendaries cannot be caught or used.

5—The Pokewalker cannot be used.

6—If the first encounter is a duplicate of a pokemon I already have, I may ignore it and re-try for a new one. After three re-tries, however, I must catch the fourth one even if it is a dupe.

7—Gift pokemon, such as Bill’s Eevee or the Tyrogue from the Karate King, can be accepted and used and do not count under the “first encounter” rule. Forced encounters, such as Sudowoodo and the Red Gyarados, however, do count under the “first encounter” rule.

8—In-game trades are acceptable, but out-of-game trades, even to make pokemon such as Haunter or Graveler evolve, are not.

9—The Daycare Center cannot be used to breed, but it can be used to level up pokemon.

10—If all pokemon in my party faint, or if I am in a situation where I need to use a move like Cut or Surf to progress but have no pokemon that can use these moves and cannot obtain one without breaking the rules, I lose and my adventure ends.

Deaths so far: 4

Badges so far: 4

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Route 38

Mmm, just listen to that delicious Johto music. I love it. A new area, so you know what that means!

 

It’s a Meowth! He’s lv. 16, but Victoire one-shots him. :c You too, Victoire? Felix was bad enough!

 

Oh? Franklin’s got something… a red feather! How wonderful! Nearby, Lass Dana challenges me. Victoire and Carmen sweep her team without me even taking any damage. Puh-lease! I get her number, cause sometimes she hands out items.

 

…wow. Fisherman Ralph calls to brag about how he just beat a wild… Magikarp. Pretty impressive there, Ralph. Way to go.

 

Victoire reaches lv. 25 off of a local Beauty’s pokemon and finally evolves into a Graveler. Woo-hoo! …if I’d managed to evolve Emilia, perhaps she’d still… no, I mustn’t think that way.

 

And that’s all for this route. Wow, that was brief.

 

Route 39

There’s no grass right away, so I’ll have to pick up my encounter elsewhere.

 

—eh? Warden Baoba wants my number? S-sure, creepy old guy. Just leave me alone, okay?

 

Meanwhile, at MooMoo farm, MooMoo is sick and can’t give any of her MooMoo milk. (MooMoo.) She needs Oran Berries, but I don’t have any! Jeez, Mom, of all the things you waste my money on, it’s not the berries I need? I’ll have to come back later. There’s a Drain Punch TM hiding near the bottom of the farm. Nice! Too bad it’s not compatible with any of my pokemon…

 

A Psychic challenges me, but a few Shadow Balls from Laika sends him packing in a heartbeat.

 

A gauntlet of trainers bar my passage to Olivine, as well as the grassy patch for the area. Let’s do this!

 

Laika+Stomp+King’s Rock=flinchhax goodness. Muahahahaha! They don’t stand a chance! I stomp (pun very much intended) all over the Sailor and the two Pokefans. Really, it’s not even fair how much I’m owning them!

 

Now it’s time for the area’s encounter:

 

“A Wild Magnemite appeared!” Ooh! I name him Randall. “Bashful nature. Often scatters things.” Not a bad catch! I mean, he’s probably not going to join my team, as I already have Franklin… but not a bad catch nonetheless!

 

And now… to the south!

 

Olivine City

Red-hair McJerkface from BadMoodistan shows up to ruin our day. He doesn’t battle us, but we do get a Good Rod from the first house in town! Now we can start fishing for some decent pokemon!

 

The Olivine Café no longer hosts the guy who gives us Strength, but let’s test out our Good Rod here and now: it’s a Krabby! Neat! …aaaaaaaaand Laika one-shots hm. -_-

 

That’s one thing I don’t like about the Johto games, is after a certain point the wild pokemon become pushovers while your team continues rising higher in levels. This makes it especially hard nuzlocking! Grr! Mom’s delivery gives me a Silk Scarf. Now Carmen can accessorize!

 

Well, that’s it for the town. Now it’s time to tackle the lighthouse.

 

Glitter Lighthouse

Can I just say that I love the music here? Because it’s awesome. I take the elevator up, but Jasmine’s sealed and out of reach. I’d better take the long way.

 

GODDAMIT JOEY

 

…hehehe, I just spoke with Laika and she spun around and got all dizzy! Like her nature and details suggest, she’s something of a prankster and she’s always doing silly things. How cute!

 

You know, it’s kind of interesting how a move with a purported 90% accuracy manages to miss twice in a row. Strange how that only happens to me, and not the CPU, huh?

 

Meanwhile we’ve also got jerks like a Lass who wants to drag Jasmine back to the Gym despite her, you know, caring for a sick pokemon? Rude! I do eventually make it to the part where you leap out the lighthouse window (so awesome! *-*)

 

I’m absolutely thrashing all the trainers here, omg. One of the Sailors points out that Gym Leaders must be compassionate as well as strong. Wait, then how do you explain Giovanni?

 

I finally make it to Jasmine. She wants me to go to the Cianwood Pharmacy and pick up medicine. I’m sympathetic, Jasmine, but don’t you think you should do it yourself? I mean, as a Gym Leader you can probably use the Fly HM. It’s probably much faster.


And with that, we have our newest destination! Stay tuned!

Current Teammates: Felix (Croconaw), Carmen (Raticate), Franklin (Flaaffy), Victoire (Graveler), Kenya (Fearow), Laika (Stantler)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 13: The Farthest Shore



  • Mood: Lazy
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Hiya!! >w<
(I'm just a random deviant who supports saying hi and giving watches to random people xD)
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DeeForty-Five Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Student Writer
Well, hello to you too then! :)
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:33 How are you doing, fellow artist? : D
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Oh, fine, I guess. A little too busy to do the writing I'd like... ;w;
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so when are you going to ,contiue stormclouds 2
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When I get the time...

I haven't meant to go so long without it, but real life has been extremely crushing this last little bit. :(
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why whats the problem
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Hope all is well, Dee! You rock! :)
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Have a taco.
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