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Nuzlocke Adventure 39: The Firebird

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 24, 2015, 9:19 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: 10

Badges so far: 14

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Route 25

Hello everyone. Today, I’ll be facing three mighty boss battles. The first is right here: the legendary pokemon Suicune. According to Eusine, Suicune is looking for a trainer to entrust itself to. Well, uh, sorry doggy, but I’m just here to kick your ass.

 

BOSS: Suicune

Suicune is… a measly lv. 40? It’s almost not fair! *sigh* Go, Randall lv. 58. Thunderbolt brings Suicune down in one hit.

 

That… was it. Yep. Mighty boss fight. And where’s the second one?

 

Route 30

Right here. It’s time… for the rematch of the century!

 

BOSS: Youngster Joey

I said I’d be back for you, Joey, and I fucking meant it! Youngster Joey’s Raticate is lv. 40 and top percentage all the way. Who can stand against him? Kenya, lv. 57. Raticate does 18 damage with Quick Attack and Kenya knocks it out with a single Return. Simply epic. :’p

 

Ecruteak City

Okay, for real this time. The last boss really is one, I promise. We got the Rainbow Wing in Pewter City and there’s a second great bird here waiting for us to challenge it. I’m feeling confident against Ho-oh thanks to Vivian, Noelle, and Sofia, but it might still be chancy. However, I’ve got a plan.

 

Bellchime Trail

Eesh, the lack of music is actually kind of ominous. At the end of it lies…

 

Bell Tower

I liked it better when it was the Tin Tower.

 

My encounter here is a Gastly. I name him Augustus. Adamant nature, “Often lost in thought.” Now time to drop some repel and get to work.

 

Have I ever mentioned how much I love the music here? Despite the fact that there are no HM moves required, the jumping puzzles are mostly linear, and there is only one entrance to the dungeon, I get lost here far more easily than in Whirl Islands—mostly because I was more familiar with Silver as a kid.

 

And how did these hi-tech teleporters get into an ancient Japanese tower?

 

Finally making it to the pinnacle… it’s time.

 

BOSS: Ho-oh

I lead with Noelle, lv. 57. Ho-oh is a monstrous lv. 70. Gulp… let’s do this. I drop an X Sp. Def, which turns out not to be a good idea as Ho-oh uses Punishment on the first turn, dealing about 1/3 of her health as damage. The more boosts I have the stronger that move is. There goes my Dragon Dance strategy…

 

I guess I’ve nothing to do but attempt to spam Waterfall and heal if she gets low.

 

Ho-oh uses Safeguard next, and Waterfall hits for half damage. If I can survive just one more turn, it’ll be down!

 

Oh crap, Ho-oh used AncientPower! That’s super-effective against Noelle—I didn’t know that it could use a Rock move!

 

Noelle just barely lingers, however, and the next Waterfall takes it down.


We’ve defeated Ho-oh! Awesome! Next time, we’ll continue our adventure. Stay tuned!

Current Teammates: Kenya (Fearow), Noelle (Gyarados), Randall (Magneton), Jacob (Nidoking), Vivian (Dragonite), Sofia (Starmie)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 38: At My Com-Pewter



  • Mood: Wow!
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  • Reading: The Name of the Wind
  • Watching: Persona 4: The Animation
  • Playing: Birth by Sleep
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Root Beer

23 Ways Feminism has helped Men

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 10, 2015, 10:11 PM
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  • Reading: SF
  • Watching: RWVY
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Ham
  • Drinking: Voltage

Nuzlocke Adventure 38: At My Com-Pewter

Journal Entry: Sat Jan 31, 2015, 7:34 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: 10

Badges so far: 12

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Route 2

Last time we were here, we caught a pokemon and headed south. This time we’re going to head north, but not before destroying this Bug Catcher! He spends his time talking about shorts. Hey, isn’t that the purview of Youngsters?

 

Actually, before we head north, let’s hop in the forest for a sec.

 

Viridian Forest

New pokemon time! I have more than enough early-game bugs, but with Sinnoh Music playing, maybe I’ll get something unique!

 

…nope, turns out to be a lv. 3 Hoothoot instead. Wonderful. “Lax, a little quick tempered.” Named him Max. Well, up to Pewter City.

 

Pewter City

Hey, I’ve just traveled to every city in Kanto. Neat!

 

Let’s see what the sign says. “Pewter City: Between Rugged Mountains.” Actually, it’s between a forest and a single mountain. The mountain’s not even that rugged, either, there’s a gift shop and cute little dancing fairies that come out at night.

 

Huh? A call from Juggler Irwin? How do you know who I’ve been fighting in Kanto do you just stalk me or is Lyra in on this somehow

 

(strangely, I haven’t had any of those obnoxious calls from Joey in a long while.)

 

(…knock on wood.)

 

An old man gives me a—a Rainbow Wing? H-h-h-h-huh? I totally spaced on this! I’m gonna have to go take on a freaking lv. 70 phoenix, aren’t I…

 

Well, not today. Let’s keep exploring around Pewter. Some guy at the Museum actually recommends we go to ruins and smash everything up until we find a fossil. Is that how archaeology works…?

 

And speak of the goddamned devil SHUT UP JOEY—huh? He wants to battle?

 

Yeah! I’ll kick your ass, Joey! >:}

 

We pick up some Wise Glasses behind the Museum and then it’s Gym time! His trainers only have one pokemon each and Sofia pwns them both. Boss time!

 

BOSS: Gym Leader Brock

His first pokemon is a lv. 51 Graveler. Go, Sofia lv. 56! Wait, a Graveler? But I just fought a Hiker in your Gym that uses Golem! Get with the program, man! Oh, and uh, Surf. Hm… now he’s switching in Kabutops, lv. 52. I think this thing knows a Grass move…? It’s a bit of a risk but let’s switch to Jacob, lv. 56.

 

Kabutops uses Aqua Jet, which thankfully is weak even if super-effective and—

 

“It’s a critical hit!”

 

No… no! Jacob! …phew, he survives and KOs with Earthquake. But that attack did nearly 150 damage! A stupid Aqua Jet almost killed Jacob! Brock is sending out Ryhorn lv. 51. Let’s get Jacob out of here! Come back, Sofia!

 

Also, Rhyhorn? Not perior. Not even don. Horn. You got problems, man! Surf takes out the rhino, as it should. Brock’s sending in Onix—Onix? Really?! I know it was your signature, but dude! That thing’s stats are pathetic and it has a much better evolution! And you say you’re a postgame boss?

 

Anyway, Onix lv. 54. I switch to Noelle just for the sake of variety. Waterfall~

 

Brock’s last pokemon is Omastar lv. 53. Just cause I like the idea, let’s switch in lv. 57 Randall just so I can say I beat Brock with an Electric pokemon. Thunderbolt!

 

…and that’s it! Brock is defeated. The Boulder Badge and Rock Slide TM are mine. Are we done? Not even close, people! First, let’s heal at the Center. Then, eastward ho!

 

Route 3

“Youngster? Goodness, how rude! Call me Shorts Boy!” YOU ARE MY FAVORITE NPC IN ALL OF POKEMON SIR

 

Golbat? Take a Psychic! Electrode? Eat an Earthquake! Dugtrio takes a Waterfall, Poliwrath gets a Drill Peck, and Raticate gets a Dragon Claw! I don’t care if it’s overkill or not! Weezing? Just use Explosion already—Randall’l wall it! My pokemon are too OP for this biz! “How about you slow down and give me the chance to defeat you!” says one guy. “How about I OHKO all your pokemon?” I say back.

 

My pokemon for the area is Jigglypuff. Joy! (No, really. I name her Joy. Her nature is Bold, details “a little quick tempered.”)

 

As a fun touch, inside the Pokemon Center we have a young kid lecturing us on the importance of saving/healing our pokemon like we’re still newbs. Guess he didn’t get the memo that his early-game is my post-game!  Okay, inside the mountain.

 

Mt. Moon

Hey, look who it is!

 

BOSS: Silver

Silver sends out Sneasel lv. 46. Go, Randall lv. 58! (What’s with the wimpy levels, Silver? I mean really!) Sneasel does tiny damage with Faint Attack and I proceed to snag a knockout with Flash Cannon. Now he’s sending in Golbat, lv. 47. I’ll keep Randall in. Thunderbolt! …well, that didn’t last long.

 

His next pokemon is Alakazam lv. 48. I am sick and tired of walking on eggshells every time someone sends one of these out. Go, Vivian lv. 57! Dragon Claw! Alakazam gets up a Reflect, which barely saves it from Vivian’s wrath. It uses Disable the next turn, but I’ve still got Extremespeed! The move knocks it out. That was for Laika!

 

Now he’s got a Magneton, lv. 46. Go, Jacob lv. 57. Use Earthquake! Well, that KOs. Now he’s sending in Meganium, lv. 50. I’ll keep Jacob in. Sludge Bomb again brings the enemy down in a single shot. Silver’s last pokemon is Gengar, lv. 48. It’s a bit chancy, but I’ll send out Sofia lv. 57. If she can outspeed, I think we’ve got this. And she does! Take that, Silver!

 

…you know, for a final rival battle, that was awfully anticlimactic. x: Oh well.

 

Our catch for the area is Chingling (found with Sinnoh Sound.) “Rash, very finicky.” I’m naming her Alice.

 

…and that’s it for Mt. Moon.

 

Route 4

We’ve been here before, but let’s see what goodies we can find!

 

…other than a few trainers and an HP Up, not much. :V

 

Cerulean City

                                                                             

And with that, we’ve come full circle! Next time, we actually won’t be tackling the last two Gym Leaders. I’ve got something else to do first…

Current Teammates: Kenya (Fearow), Noelle (Gyarados), Randall (Magneton), Jacob (Nidoking), Vivian (Dragonite), Sofia (Starmie)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 37: Water, Water Everywhere
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 39: The Firebird



  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Kanto Gym Leader Theme
  • Reading: "Pop Art"
  • Watching: Firefly
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Smoothies
  • Drinking: Coffee

Nuzlocke Adventure 37: Water, Water Everywhere

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 28, 2015, 10:24 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: 10

Badges so far: 12

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Cerulean City

We’re here, and ready to beat Misty to boot! I’ve boxed Lizzie and brought Sofia back into the party. But first, let's head to the left.

 

Route 4

Not much to do here, but there is a grassy patch. I already have every pokemon offered here, but it is a Thursday. Let’s try Sinnoh Sounds on the radio station! Maybe I’ll get a Buizel!

 

…or a Bidoof. Okay. I name him Rupert. Hasty nature, “capable of taking hits.” Let’s go north from Cerulean.

 

Route 24

Fought everyone here already, remember? Also caught a pokemon.

 

Route 25

Same deal. Let’s head to the end of the route. Misty’s there! I know you’re in the middle of something (looks like a date) but BATTLE ME NOW!! This is more important!

 

Cerulean City

Time to take me on a Gym! What’s the gym guy say here?

 

“Yo! Legend in the making! Since Misty was away, I went out for some fun, too. He-he-he.”

 

…O_o You know, that last added “he-he-he” really makes the whole thing sound suspect. Just sayin’.

 

Does Randall completely rip through all of the opposition? Of course he does. Now let’s do the same to the head honcho.

 

BOSS: Gym Leader Misty

You’d think I’d get sick of this music after hearing it a million times. WRONG

 

Misty leads with Golduck, lv. 49. Go, Randall lv. 56! Golduck uses Disable on its first turn but outspeeds me and accomplishes nothing. Randall OHKOs with Thunderbolt and grows to lv. 57. Misty’ s sending out Quagsire lv. 49 now.  I don’t have anything with a Grass-type move, so I’ll have to hope that Vivian, lv. 56, is strong enough for the job!

 

Vivian uses Dragon Claw first turn to deal over half of Quagsire’s HP in damage. Quagsire uses Amnesia in response. Quagsire goes down and Vivian also grows to lv. 57.

 

Misty’s now sending in Lapras lv. 52. Let’s return to Randall. Thunderbolt! It hits and OHKOs. Hoorah! Misty’s final pokemon is a lv. 54 Starmie. Let’s keep in Randall.  Thunderbolt again! Starmie gets off a Water Pulse, but Randall endures it handily and drops yet another OHKO. The Cascade Badge is mine, as is the Water Pulse TM.

 

And that’s it! Next time, we’ll hopefully get yet another Kanto Gym badge. Stay tuned!


(Also, talking with Randall in the Gym made him jab left and right and prompted the text, “Why is it doing warm-up exercises.” Wut.)

Current Teammates: Kenya (Fearow), Noelle (Gyarados), Randall (Magneton), Jacob (Nidoking), Vivian (Dragonite), Sofia (Starmie)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 36: Cleaning Up Loose Ends
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 38: At My Com-Pewter



  • Mood: Awestruck
  • Listening to: Kanto Gym Leader Theme
  • Reading: "Pop Art"
  • Watching: Firefly
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Smoothies
  • Drinking: Coffee

Nuzlocke Adventure 36: Cleaning Up Loose Ends

Journal Entry: Fri Jan 23, 2015, 5:18 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: 10

Badges so far: 12

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Lavender Town

I’ve already done everything there is to do here, but let’s head on over to the Center to heal and swap Jacob back into the party. Now then, let’s go tackle the route just south of here!

 

Route 11

No pokemon here, as this is where I caught Vladimir. However, it’s time to snag me some exp off of trainers!

 

Right off the bat we get a Grass Knot TM. Nice! Can I teach it to anyone?

 

…only Sofia, and it’d be a worse choice than Thunder. Let’s leave it off.

 

Our first battle is against a Psychic, which is a bit worrisome as I have Jacob leading. However, I get through it with no problems. Nearby I pick up a Grn Apricorn and destroy a Youngster’s hopes and dreams.

 

Another Psychic can “see everything about me” but somehow can’t see that his one pokemon that is twelve levels lower than my weakest party member won’t be able to claim him victory.

 

…and that’s it. Much fewer trainers here than on Silence Bridge. Back to Lavender Town!

 

Lavender Town

There are still places I haven’t tackled to the north and west. Let’s go west first.

 

Route 8

I already caught a pokemon here (Blair the Vulpix) but there’s still plenty of trainers to fight. Tally-ho!

 

I beat up miscellaneous trainers, including a “nerd” who doesn’t know how magnet trains work (hint: it’s in the name) and a bunch of stupid Bikers—yikes, one of them drops an Explosion on Jacob and almost kills him! D: We barely manage to stay alive…

 

Still, with that little scare out of the way, we’re done here. Let’s return to Lavender Town again and head north.

 

Route 10

A few trainers to fight here (though we do have one hilarious moment when a trainer calls me to complain that a Grimer took one look at his face and ran off… a Grimer? Really? XD ) and we head into the cavern…

 

Rock Tunnel

We light things up with Randall’s Flash and then turn on the Pokemon Music Channel. It’s Hoenn Music, so maybe I can catch something other than the same dopey Geodudes and Onixes. B)

 

And hey, it works! I get a Makuhita! I catch him handily and name him Byron. Serious nature, “scatters things often.”

 

There aren’t any trainers in here, though I do pick up some TMs and such. The maze-like layout is annoying, as are all the dead ends. x__X There’s also lots of Rock Climb obstacles I can’t pass yet.

 

Route 10

Yep, back here once more! Time to head out to Cerulean again, fighting trainers along the way! And…

 

Route 9

That was quick. :3

 

Lotsa trainers here, but they mostly use Rock and Grass pokemon, so Noelle and Kenya clean house. (I’ve swapped Sofia out of the party for Lizzie because I need Cut.)

 

Huh? They got rid of the guy who sings “She’ll be comin’ round Mt. Silver when she comes!” Maybe because of… innuendo? Ho ho ho ho ho—


So yeah, anyway, I already got my catch for the area (a Goldeen, remember?) and Cerulean is right around the corner. Next time, we’ll take on Misty.  Stay tuned!


Current Teammates: Kenya (Fearow), Noelle (Gyarados), Randall (Magneton), Jacob (Nidoking), Vivian (Dragonite), Lizzie (Beedrill)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 35: Silence Bridge
Next Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 37: Water, Water Everywhere



  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Tales of Symphonia OST
  • Reading: Dune
  • Watching: Friendship is Magic
  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Eating: Tacos
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew Baja Blast

Nuzlocke Adventure 39: The Firebird

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 24, 2015, 9:19 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: 10

Badges so far: 14

---

Route 25

Hello everyone. Today, I’ll be facing three mighty boss battles. The first is right here: the legendary pokemon Suicune. According to Eusine, Suicune is looking for a trainer to entrust itself to. Well, uh, sorry doggy, but I’m just here to kick your ass.

 

BOSS: Suicune

Suicune is… a measly lv. 40? It’s almost not fair! *sigh* Go, Randall lv. 58. Thunderbolt brings Suicune down in one hit.

 

That… was it. Yep. Mighty boss fight. And where’s the second one?

 

Route 30

Right here. It’s time… for the rematch of the century!

 

BOSS: Youngster Joey

I said I’d be back for you, Joey, and I fucking meant it! Youngster Joey’s Raticate is lv. 40 and top percentage all the way. Who can stand against him? Kenya, lv. 57. Raticate does 18 damage with Quick Attack and Kenya knocks it out with a single Return. Simply epic. :’p

 

Ecruteak City

Okay, for real this time. The last boss really is one, I promise. We got the Rainbow Wing in Pewter City and there’s a second great bird here waiting for us to challenge it. I’m feeling confident against Ho-oh thanks to Vivian, Noelle, and Sofia, but it might still be chancy. However, I’ve got a plan.

 

Bellchime Trail

Eesh, the lack of music is actually kind of ominous. At the end of it lies…

 

Bell Tower

I liked it better when it was the Tin Tower.

 

My encounter here is a Gastly. I name him Augustus. Adamant nature, “Often lost in thought.” Now time to drop some repel and get to work.

 

Have I ever mentioned how much I love the music here? Despite the fact that there are no HM moves required, the jumping puzzles are mostly linear, and there is only one entrance to the dungeon, I get lost here far more easily than in Whirl Islands—mostly because I was more familiar with Silver as a kid.

 

And how did these hi-tech teleporters get into an ancient Japanese tower?

 

Finally making it to the pinnacle… it’s time.

 

BOSS: Ho-oh

I lead with Noelle, lv. 57. Ho-oh is a monstrous lv. 70. Gulp… let’s do this. I drop an X Sp. Def, which turns out not to be a good idea as Ho-oh uses Punishment on the first turn, dealing about 1/3 of her health as damage. The more boosts I have the stronger that move is. There goes my Dragon Dance strategy…

 

I guess I’ve nothing to do but attempt to spam Waterfall and heal if she gets low.

 

Ho-oh uses Safeguard next, and Waterfall hits for half damage. If I can survive just one more turn, it’ll be down!

 

Oh crap, Ho-oh used AncientPower! That’s super-effective against Noelle—I didn’t know that it could use a Rock move!

 

Noelle just barely lingers, however, and the next Waterfall takes it down.


We’ve defeated Ho-oh! Awesome! Next time, we’ll continue our adventure. Stay tuned!

Current Teammates: Kenya (Fearow), Noelle (Gyarados), Randall (Magneton), Jacob (Nidoking), Vivian (Dragonite), Sofia (Starmie)

Previous Entry: Nuzlocke Adventure 38: At My Com-Pewter



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  • Playing: Birth by Sleep
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Root Beer

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shadowrunner2323 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
^^ hey, how's it going?
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StarryNiaSky Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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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StarryNiaSky Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:33 How are you doing, fellow artist? : D
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DeeForty-Five Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Student Writer
Oh, fine, I guess. A little too busy to do the writing I'd like... ;w;
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Pikapal2067 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
so when are you going to ,contiue stormclouds 2
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DeeForty-Five Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Student Writer
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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Pikapal2067 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
why whats the problem
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ParodyHam Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
Hope all is well, Dee! You rock! :)
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Carter1215 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Have a taco.
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