Child Care Treasure Island Resort & Casino

Bitizen giveaway! - CB0BJ

CLOSED!! Giveaway is done
Rebuilding my tower and sending my bits to new homes so that they don't go to waste. ^__^ Just comment how many of each bit you'd like + your friend code and I'll try to send them over as soon as possible! Most bits have max stats (or are at least 9 in their dream job)! Will update this every time I send bits away!
RED 2 Tattoo Parlor 3 Soda Brewery 3 Costume Shop 2 Fashion Studio 3 Wood Shop
YELLOW 1 Racquetball 3 Boxing Gym 2 Theater 3 Casino 3 Rock Climbing 3 Splash Zone
GREEN 3 Fancy Cuisine 2 Moroccan Cuisine 3 Asian Cuisine 3 Pizza Place 3 Frozen Yogurt 3 Warren Buffet
BLUE 3 Recycling 3 Pharmacy 3 Courthouse 3 College 1 Doggy Daycare 3 Law Offices
PURPLE 3 Mapple Store 3 Tourist Trap 3 Candy Shoppe 3 Book Store 3 Robot Store 3 Toy Store
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GOLD GIVEAWAY

GOLD giveaway!!! comment if you want any!!
-FOOD(green):
1x Pizza Place
2x Fancy Cuisine
1x Coffee House
1x Sky Burger
1x Moroccan Cuisine
1x Rock Diner
1x Burrito Bar
-SERVICE(blue):
1x Bitbook
1x Recycling
1x Martial Arts
1x Style Salon
1x Device Repair
1x Bank
1x Doggy Daycare
-RECREATION(yellow):
1x Casino
2x Video Rental
1x Paintball Arena
1x Cyber Cafe
2x Night Club
1x Theater
1x Planetarium
2x Park
1x Circus
1x Rock Climbing
-RETAIL(Purple):
1x Skate Shop
2x Pet Shop
3x Joey Bitton
1x Bike Shop
1x Robot Store
3x Book Store
1x Women’s Fashion
4x 3x Game Store
1x Grocery Store
1x Fabric Shop
-CREATIVE(red/orange):
1x Soda Brewary
1x Clockmaker
1x Laboratory
1x Recording Studio
3x Sculpting Studio
2x Floral Studio
1x Art Studio
1x Game Studio
1x Dance Studio
also if you have any unwanted gold bits send them over to my storage : B63SJ
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Could you please rate my fan made game idea, Pokemon Turquoise and Violet?

The notes for my fan-made Pokemon game idea from many years ago: Pokemon Turquoise and Violet.
Opening theme song!
Towns, Cities, and Environments:
1) BOSTONE TOWN (Northeast district)
Size: Small
What's there: Your hometown, Mom's House, Professor Willow's lab, where you get your starter Pokemon at.
Your sister will take the starter with the advantage, adding it as the sixth member of her already impressive team, and Professor Willow will keep the third one for herself.
2) LINA SWAMP (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Many water type Pokemon
After leaving Bostone, you'll board a train that will take you to Lina Swamp, in order to do an errand for Professor Willow. This will have you skip Newtork City and Illadel City, which are located directly south of Bostone Town. This will also have you skip past Wishing Town, the site of the Pokemon League.
3) MYAMEE CITY (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Pokemon Training Academy, The first Pokemon Gym (Water), the Beachside Front store, the first encounter of Team Smog.
You'll have to show up the freshmen at Pokemon Training Academy, and beat some pushy Team Smog members at Beachside Front.
4) ORLAN HARBOR (Southeast district)
Size: Small
What's there: S.S. Louis
At Orlan Harbor, you'll be tasked with helping Professor Willow with another task. She wants you to travel to the Hami Islands to pick up an artifact for her and deliver it to her. But to get there, you'll have to board the S.S. Louis and fight some trainers along the way.
5) HAMI ISLANDS (Southeast district)
Size: Large
What's there: Rare, wild Pokemon, Legend Cave
Hami Island is home to some rare and very powerful Pokemon, but you won't be able to access it until you complete the Pokemon League Tournament and beat the Elite Four. Here, you'll have to hike up the side route (safe route) of Legend Cave and meet a collegue of Professor Willow to pick up the artifact. You can have a Pokemon pick it up at Myamee City.
6) DELIS TOWN (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: First Pokemon Contest, Pokemon Arena.
Delis Town may have no gyms, but this city northwest of Orlan Harbor is still very important. It holds the first Pokemon Contest, as well as Pokemon Arena, will you'll later be able to access for one on one battles once you have the minimum number of badges. But for right now, you'll have to step up against Team Smog, who are trying to push their Pokemon training ways against a group of townsfolk who don't agree with their agendas.
7) HOWTON CITY (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Second Pokemon Gym (Steel), Sports Museum
Howton City is a desert metropolis that loves sports and even has some Pokemon themed sports games! Right now, their annual playoffs are being interrupted by some Grimer and Muk that are causing trouble with their oil refineries. No one can understand how to take care of them but you. Defeat the sludge Pokemon problem and you'll be allowed to fight for the second gym badge. You'll also be granted entry into the Ari Desert.
8) ARI DESERT (Southwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Ground and Fire type Pokemon
The Ari Desert is your first and best chance to catch good Ground Pokemon, as well as some fire types, too. Though prone to sandstorms at times generated by the Pokemon, you'll need to navigate this area to move forward to Phinis City.
9) PHINNIS CITY (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Third Pokemon Gym (Fire), Pokemon Spa, Pokemon Fan Club HQ
Phinnis City is a town that worships Moltres and loves to live life relaxed. They have a big beauty and spa business here, but one of Team Smog's lieutenants also runs this business and she, along with the rest of Team Smog, have taken notice of you, by now. They refuse to let you battle for their town's gym badge, but maybe the Pokemon Fan Club, which has it's home office here, can help? Once you take care of Team Smog's barricades, you can fight for the third gym badge and move onward to the western coast of Merrico.
10) LOANGA CITY (Southwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: The Fourth Pokemon Gym (Psychic), Loanga Studios, Pokemon Salon, HM for Surf
Loanga City is a beachside metropolis and home to all of the world's biggest television and movie studios. It is also home to some of the richest Pokemon trainers around, as well. Your training has caught the attention of some movie makers and they want to film a documentary about your Pokemon League journey from the shadows. Also, you'll run across Katie, your big sister, who currently lives out here, and she'll want to challenge you to a battle before facing the gym leader! After that, you can fight for the fourth gym badge. Once you're finished doing that though, reports of a major disaster will come in from nearby Wahii Island.
11) WAHII ISLAND (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Fifth Pokemon Gym (Grass), the Volcano Range, Wahii Island Resort Hotel
You are tasked to join Katie to help out the townsfolk as the volcano on Wahii Island has erupted suddenly and the whole area is in a state of crisis. You'll need to enter the Volcano Range in the southeast corner of the island and investigate the problem with Katie, who'll meet you there. You soon find out it's a Team Smog lieutenant trying to catch all the fire types there for Team Smog, and in the process, is disturbing the habitat for the Fire and Poison type Pokemon that live there. Once he refuses to stop, you'll be left with no choice but to fight him. Watch out, though! He's strong! Once you and Katie have settled the Volcano back to it's relaxed state, you'll be able to fight the fifth gym leader and her top Pokemon, Ludicolo. Afterwards, you can choose to visit the Wahii Island Resort Hotel, a place your Pokemon will love, as treating them can raise their tameness.
12) VEGA TOWN (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Game Corner Casino, Second Pokemon Contest
After heading back to shore in Loanga Town, the access to Vega Town will be clear, and it's located just northeast of Loanga City. Vega Town is a place of extravagance and showmanship, so it makes the perfect place to hold a Pokemon Contest! Also located here is teh Game Corner Casino, the largest building in the city, and they are currently holding a contest to see who can earn the most Game Corner coins to win a Porygon.
13) CISCO TOWN (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Team Smog HQ, Pokemon Daycare, Name Rater
Cisco Town is an otherwise peaceful and laid back town by the sea, however, it is currently being plagued by Team Smog, as they've set up their new headquarters here, and are on a mission to recruit as many trainers as possible. They've even gone to the lengths to steal some new prototype Poke Balls from the Poke Ball company, located in Chickago City. You've been asked to help get it back by the Chickago City gym leader. Battle Team Smog in their pyramid-shaped headquarters and get back the stolen technology developed by the Chickago City gym leader's brother. Get the Poke Balls back and you'll recieve a Master Ball! Also located in Cisco Town is the Pokemon Daycare and the Name Rater.
14) FORNIAN CAVE (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Rock and Electric type Pokemon
Fornian Cave is a pass you'll have to travel through in order to proceed to Attle Town and surrounding cities. It is a good place to find decent Electric type Pokemon.
15) ATTLE TOWN (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Battle Tower, Pokemon Library
Attle Town is isolated and hard to get to, but worth it. Located here is the famed Battle Tower, a good place to earn both experience points to level up your Pokemon and cool prizes. While Battle Tower isn't as hard as the Pokemon Arena, the key thing here is experience points ARE awarded at the end of each battle! (A tiny amount of cash is, as well.) Also located here is the very important Pokemon Library, which houses a database about everything important about every Pokemon. Some sections are closed off until you advance further though, and you'll currently only be able to study up on Pokemon you own. Before you can advance further on your journey, you'll be tasked to do another favor for Professor Willow, this one having you go way up to the Ice Mountain.
16) LASKA CITY (Northwest district)
Size: Small
What's there: The Third Pokemon Contest, Ice Mountain
Welcome to the snowy home of the third Pokemon Contest, rested just at the foothills of Ice Mountain. Rest your Pokemon here and prepare and stock up for the long journey up the mountain. While Ice Mountain is the premiere place to catch the best Ice type Pokemon, you've been sent here to assist Professor Willow with a case involving Articuno, the snow bird. Once you get the Snow Feather it leaves behind, you can have it delivered to Willow in Laska City.
17) STONY MOUNTAINS (Northwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Rock and Steel type Pokemon
There are two parts to this area, but luckily, you'll only have to explore the first part right now. It is necessary to proceed on. Later on, you'll have to explore the second part in order to gain the key into the Pokemon League.
18) VERDEN CITY (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Sixth Pokemon Gym (Rock), the Science Museum
Verden City is a snowy mountain town squeezed between the Stony Mountains and Homa Acres. Here, you'll come across Katie again, and you'll also have to try to find the town gym leader, who is currently at the Science Museum. Once you find her, you can challenge her and her Rock type pokemon at her gym to earn your sixth gym badge.
19) HOMA ACRES (Northwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Homa Farm, Homa Wildlife Refuge, The Safari Zone
Homa Acres is a lush and vast meadow which is where Homa Farms is located at, the place to get MooMoo Milk from their Miltank. Also here is a wildlife refuge, and taking a tour of it will earn you a pass to the safari Zone. In the Safari Zone, you can ride around in the back of a jeep and approach wild, overpopulated Pokemon to keep for your own! Participating in the Safari Zone not only helps your Pokemon league journey, but helps save the environment, as well!
20) SALOUIS TOWN (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Fourth and Final Pokemon Contest, Pokemon Research Institute
Salouis Town is a small, industrial town east of Homa Acres. Here, you'll find the Grand Championships of the Pokemon Contests, as well as the Pokemon Research Institute, which will not only inform you of Pokemon Breeding, but will also serve as a second Daycare center, as well. Albeit it's not as good as the one in Cisco Town.
21) CHICKAGO CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Large
What's there: The Seventh Pokemon Gym (Electric), The Monorail Station, The Pokeball Company, Move Deleter
Before you can do much of anything, you'll have to take care of the raid on the Pokeball Company by a vengeful Team Smog! They've sought revenge and once again, you'll team up with the city gym leader. Joining you will be your sister, Katie. This time, you're looking to cripple the cruel and heartless Pokemon intensity trainers. After the battle with Team Smog leader, Gordy, you'll be free to explore the rest of the city. Chickago City includes a monorail station that runs all over Merrico and will be up and running by the time you defeat Team Smog. You can also explore The Pokeball Company and buy Poke Balls in bulk for cheap, and visit the Move Deleter, who lives here. Just don't forget to battle for your seventh gym badge against the Electric type user and new ally.
22) DETRI CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Eighth Pokemon Gym (Fighting), Pokemon Dojo, Abandoned Factory, which contains wild Fighting type Pokemon
Detri City is known for it's toughness and it's townsfolk certainly prove this. Before you can face off for the eighth gym badge, you'll have to prove yourself worthy by attending the Pokemon Dojo. After some lessons and exercise training, you'll have to fight in a round of double battles. And even after that, though, you'll soon find out that no trainer can fight the gym leader without owning at least one Fighting type Pokemon. If you need to catch some, head over to the abandoned factory. At least you're not required to battle using a Fighting type, however, if you win with one, you'll be rewarded with an extra copy of the prize TM!
23) TORK FOREST (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Normal and Bug type Pokemon
The Tork Forest, which separates Detri City and Bostone Town, is the final location that'll take you back home to Bostone Town. It is also the premiere location to find Normal and Bug type Pokemon in the wild. Professor Willow will call you after earning your eighth gym badge and tell you to come visit her. Head through this forest to meet up with her. You'll learn that she has upgraded your Pokedex's hardware. You'll also receive something special for all your help in assisting her.
24) ILLADEL CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Ninth Pokemon Gym (Dark), The Trading Center, Illadel Diner, Pokemon Athletic Club.
The Gym Leader of Illadel City is the mother of Team Smog's Gordy and this is also Gordy's hometown. You'll have to compete against his friends and family in this location where you are not welcome. But will Kristal, the gym leader originally from Eruteak City, Johto, be looking to seek vengeance against her bratty son, or does she approve of your actions? Joining you, to root you on, will be Katie, your big sister. Also located here is a competitive Pokemon Eating competition, held at Illadel Diner. And the Pokemon Athletic Club.
25) NEWTORK CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Largest
What's there: The Tenth and Final Pokemon Gym (Ghost), Department Store, Sky High Tower, The Trading Center, The TM Company
Newtork City is considered one of the grandest and greatest cities in the world, and it is brimming with things to do! Its mascot is a Torkoal. Everything from the Sky High Tower, a 100 Trainer gauntlet (which will be open to you after defeating the Pokemon League), to the extravagant Space Circle Department Store, to the TM Company. The only story quest required here is to beat the awaiting Ghost type Gym Leader, Melvin, a trainer originally from Celadon City, Kanto. After earning your final badge, the Pokemon Arena in Delis Town will be accessible. Also, Professor Willow will want you to visit her in Bostone Town, where she'll tell you of your quest to find a Pokemon League Official with your entrance pass into the league, located somewhere in the northern, more difficult section of the Stony Mountains.
26) WISHING TOWN - Pokemon League Tournament (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Pokemon League Tournament in Tournament Arena
Your final test was the difficult Stony Mountains and you've passed! Now that you've got your key, you have access into the Pokemon League Tournament! There are 256 trainers from all around the world looking to compete in this tournament, but only one can win: you! You will face off in eight three-Pokemon battles in order to advance through the Pokemon league. The trainers you'll face have no specific favorite type and will be pretty well diverse. Your Pokemon will be healed between battles, but if you lose once, it's all over! Luckily, the trainers here aren't as tough as the ones in Battle Tower, Pokemon Arena, or the later ones from Sky High Tower, however they will all have final form Pokemon or decent Pokemon that don't evolve. You could say, it's your first true test against Merrico's elite.
27) WISHING TOWN - Elite Four Stadium (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Elite Four, The Champion
After being crowned the winner of the Pokemon League Tournament, you'll have earned a chance to join legends amongst the Elite Four, which are sort of like gym leaders for the world's best trainers. All of them have held their own against the best and are former League Champions. You can battle the Elite Four in any order to wish, but they are three-Pokemon battles and you must defeat all of them in a row. Items are allowed prior to, and during battle. The Champion, your father, will engage you in a six-Pokemon battle, and nothing is off limits (except fleeing). Other than that, the same Gym Leader Battle rules apply.
  1. Harrison - Ground
  2. Lindsey - Ice
  3. Michelle - Normal
  4. Arthur - Dragon
  5. Dad - Champion
Rival:
KATIE
Age: 22
Description: Very attractive young woman in skirt and boots, long flowing hair, her skin tone and hair color depends on what your own trainer's appearance is. Is your big sister and likes to tease you, often.
Final Phase Team:
  • Lopunny (leader)
  • Third Starter Pokemon (Evolved form)
  • Evolved form of Eevee (Evolution based on type advantage of 3rd Starter Pokemon)
  • Blissey
  • Girafarig
  • Kecleon
The Pokemon League Gyms:
1) Myamee Town Pokemon Gym
Leader: Carlos (m)
Age: 20
Description: Tanned Latin Surfer
Water type user
Badge: The SurfBadge
Difficulty: *
  • Goldduck
  • Staryu
  • Quagsire
2) Howton City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Billy (m)
Age: 32
Description: Brown-haired Rugged Cowboy
Steel type user
Badge: The IronBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Skarmory
  • Lairon
  • Beldum
3) Phinnis City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Dennie (f)
Age: 17
Description: Hot Teenager (similar to Flannery, but brunette)
Fire type user
Badge: The BurnBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Ninetales
  • Rapidash
  • Flareon
4) Loanga City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Adam (m)
Age: 39
Description: Suited Executive w/ Sunglasses
Psychic type user
Badge: The KinesisBadge
Difficulty: ***
  • Gardevoir
  • Medicham
  • Espeon
5) Wahii Island Pokemon Gym
Leader: Sadie (f)
Age: 23
Description: Hawaiian native girl w/ straw skirt and flowers in hair
Grass type user
Badge: The LeafBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Ludicolo
  • Bellossom
  • Roselia
6) Verden City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Shiane (f)
Age: 27
Description: Geologist woman w/ glasses
Rock type user
Badge: The MountainBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Lunatone
  • Omastar
  • Rhydon
7) Chickago City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Morris (m)
Age: 21
Description: Young adult blonde male with jacket, cap and fingerless gloves
Electric type user
Badge: The ShockBadge
Difficulty: ***
  • Electabuzz
  • Lanturn
  • Jolteon
8) Detri City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Jimmy (m)
Age: 25
Description: Black athletic male in sleeveless top and sweatpants, w/ sneakers
Fighting type user
Badge: The ScuffleBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Heracross
  • Machamp
  • Hariyama
9) Illadel City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Kristal (f)
Age: 38
Description: Businesswoman in long skirt and tight bun navy-blue hairdo
Extra: TRUE leader of Team Smog (Turquoise version only)
Extra: Opposes Team Smog, her son's organization (Violet version only)
Dark type user
Badge: The NovaBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Shiftry
  • Sharpedo
  • Houndoom
10) Newtork City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Melvin (m)
Age: 24
Description: A young adult male "cooltrainer", complete with baseball cap and trainer's jacket; he has black hair
Extra: A former Pokemon League Champion of Kanto
Extra: The best friend of Chickago City's Morris
Ghost type user
Badge: The SpiritBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Gengar
  • Dusclops
  • Misdreavus
THE ELITE FOUR:
HARRISON, from Twinleaf Town, Sinnoh (m)
Ground type user
Age: 19
Description: Looks like a young, but burly Professor Oak (is unrelated to him)
Difficulty: ****
  • Donphan
  • Marowak
  • Claydol
LINDSEY, from Mahogany Town, Johto (f)
Ice type user
Age: 33
Description: Looks like a Victorian era queen; has blonde hair
Difficulty: ****
  • Dewgong
  • Piloswine
  • Walrein
MICHELLE, from Slateport City, Hoenn (f)
Normal type user
Age: 24
Description: Very attractive and shapely perky Asian lady
Difficulty: ****
  • Tauros
  • Ursaring
  • Snorlax
ARTHUR, from Viridian City, Kanto (m)
Dragon type user
Age: 28
Description: Has dark brown hair and wears all black clothing
Extra: The little brother of Kanto's Elite Four Lance
Difficulty: ****
  • Salamence
  • Latios
  • Latias
THE CHAMPION, from Littleroot Town, Hoenn (m)
Age: 42
Description: Varies, based on what your own trainer's skin tone and hair color is.
Extra: Your father!
Extra: Is really the Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire male protagonist!
Difficulty: ******
  • Blaziken
  • Sceptile
  • Swampert
  • Manetric
  • Flygon
  • Metagross
MERRICO POKEDEX. There are regional variants of Pokemon in this region that differ in color, but are not shiny and retain the same type as their counterparts.
STARTERS
  1. Shroomish
  2. Breloom
  3. Houndour
  4. Houndoom
  5. Slowpoke
  6. Slowbro
    WILD
  7. Rattata - Gray
  8. Raticate - Gray
  9. Pidgey - Light Gray
  10. Pidgeotto - Light Gray
  11. Pidgeot - Light Gray
  12. Zigzagoon - Black and White
  13. Linoone - Black and White
  14. Tailow - Brown and Red
  15. Swellow - Brown and Red
  16. Hoothoot - Gray
  17. Noctowl - Gray
  18. Wurmple
  19. Silcoon (Day)
  20. Cascoon (Night)
  21. Beautifly (Day)
  22. Dustox (Night)
  23. Farfetch'd
  24. Pichu
  25. Pikachu
  26. Raichu
  27. Ekans
  28. Arbok
  29. Nidoran f - Sea Green
  30. Nidorina - Sea Green
  31. Nidoqueen - Green
  32. Nidoran m - Pink
  33. Nidorino - Pink
  34. Nidoking - Dark Pink
  35. Cleffa - White
  36. Clefairy - White
  37. Clefable - White
  38. Igglybuff - Purple
  39. Jigglypuff - Purple
  40. Wigglytuff - Purple
  41. Zubat - Dark Gray
  42. Golbat - Dark Gray
  43. Crobat - Dark Gray
  44. Diglett
  45. Dugtrio
  46. Sunkern
  47. Sunflora
  48. Exeggcute - White
  49. Exeggutor - Dark Brown, White, and Red
  50. Growlithe - Blue
  51. Arcanine - Blue
  52. Meowth - Orange striped
  53. Persian - Orange striped
  54. Psyduck - Blue
  55. Golduck - Gold
  56. Abra - Dark White
  57. Kadabra - Dark White
  58. Alakazam - Dark White (Wild)
  59. Machop - Gray
  60. Machoke - Gray
  61. Machamp - Gray (Wild)
  62. Gastly - Black
  63. Haunter - Black
  64. Gengar - Black (Wild)
  65. Geodude - Brown
  66. Graveler - Brown
  67. Golem - Brown (Wild)
  68. Cacnea
  69. Cacturne
  70. Oddish
  71. Gloom
  72. Bellossom
  73. Tentacool
  74. Tentacruel
  75. Doduo - Gray
  76. Dodrio - Gray
  77. Ponyta - Brown with Red flames
  78. Rapidash - Brown with Red flames
  79. Krabby
  80. Kingler
  81. Cubone - Ash Gray
  82. Marowak - Ash Gray
  83. Tyrogue - Female form (Wild)
  84. Hitmonlee - Female form
  85. Hitmonchan - Female form
  86. Hitmontop - Female form
  87. Goldeen
  88. Seaking
  89. Spinarak
  90. Ariados
  91. Natu
  92. Xatu
  93. Tauros
  94. Miltank
  95. Pinsir
  96. Heracross
  97. Scyther
  98. Scizor (Wild)
  99. Smoochum - Violet limbs, Light pink skin, White hair
  100. Jynx - Violet dress, Light pink skin, White hair
  101. Staryu - Silver
  102. Starmie - Gold
  103. Mareep - Blue
  104. Flaaffy - Purple
  105. Ampharos - White
  106. Teddiursa - Black
  107. Ursaring - Black
  108. Wooper - Brown
  109. Quagsire - Brown
  110. Wynaut - Red
  111. Wobbuffet - Red
  112. Shuckle - Blue and Yellow
  113. Dunsparce - Green
  114. Skarmory - Gold
  115. Absol - Aqua Blue and Sea Green
  116. Ditto - Silver
  117. Girafarig
  118. Stantler
  119. Delibird
  120. Wingull
  121. Pelipper
  122. Slakoth
  123. Vigoroth
  124. Slaking
  125. Meditite
  126. Medicham
  127. Carvanha
  128. Sharpedo
  129. Numel
  130. Camerupt
  131. Swablu
  132. Altaria
  133. Shuppet
  134. Banette
  135. Solrock - Gold
  136. Lunatone - Silver
    RARE - Only one
  137. Dratini
  138. Dragonair
  139. Dragonite
  140. Larvitar
  141. Pupitar
  142. Tyranitar
  143. Aron
  144. Lairon
  145. Aggron
  146. Bagon
  147. Shelgon
  148. Salamence
  149. Eevee (Shiny)
  150. Vaporeon (Shiny)
  151. Jolteon (Shiny)
  152. Flareon (Shiny)
  153. Espeon (Shiny)
  154. Umbreon (Shiny)
  155. Leafeon (Shiny)
  156. Glaceon (Shiny)
  157. Bulbasaur
  158. Ivysaur
  159. Venusaur
  160. Charmander
  161. Charmeleon
  162. Charizard
  163. Squirtle
  164. Wartortle
  165. Blastoise
  166. Treecko
  167. Grovyle
  168. Sceptile
  169. Torchic
  170. Combusken
  171. Blaziken
  172. Mudkip
  173. Marshstomp
  174. Swampert
  175. Mewtwo - Gold
  176. Mew - Gold
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Pokemon Switch Ideas: Adding to the Discussion

I saw many other posts about this topic and thought I would throw out some of the ideas that have occurred to me whilst playing these games since yellow. The Switch definitely provides the best opportunity for the Pokemon franchise to innovate since the jump from Gameboy to Gameboy advance. Let me know what you think of the ideas and what you would like to see in the not-to-distant future.
Gameplay:
-In a nod to the Gen I games, start the game off with a blank slate in terms of move information. Tailoring games to kids is essentially handicapping them. Here’s how to catch a pokemon, here’s a pokedex, here’s a rival, no idea what these moves do or what type they are or what type is effective against other pokemon, or what type those pokemon are… good, have fun.
-The combat system in pokemon is really well fleshed out and developed, turn-based combat should stay. Analyzing typing, remembering abilities, and then deciding on a move or withdrawing would be difficult under time pressure. Also, a pokemon waking up right after throwing a pokeball would be more annoying than SOS battles.
-5-6 moves in move-pool. There are too many good moves and only 4 slots!
-Pokemon that follow the trainer, and let me ride horse pokemon.
-Ditch the pokeriding uniforms and designated fishing spots. Let me fish wherever I want and don’t only give me a 1% chance of fishing something up.
-Make all Pokemon breedable and make “shiny” heritable. I want to raise a Lugia, Mewtwo, Mew, Archeas from level 1, and have a golden magikarp hatch from a red gyrados’ egg!
-Streamlining items and item uses. Why does Leafeon need to visit a stone in the forest when there is a leaf stone, and can there ever be another region without this forest stone? Different systems involving items have been added in whole and in part from each successive pokemon title and without a major overhaul, no amount of bag sorting is going cure this Byzantine redundancy. This could be accomplished by decreasing the massive list of one-time obtainable unique items, and introducing a crafting system that can be used to fashion a wide range of simple ingredients into specific multi or single use items.
World:
-Puzzles, Dungeons, and the juxtaposition between old (ruins) and new (Casinos / Submarine facility) that pokemon has done so well in the past
-Play to pokemon’s strengths by using them to build and interact with the world. Possibly the largest pool of untapped potential for HM moves, is not scaling up intractable and destructible environments in the games. Digging out caves, laying foundations for buildings and clearing rubble, cutting grass and vines, pushing things around, diving underwater, freely flying around the map, melting ice or making ice paths, using vines to move vertically, etc… ie. using different types of pokemon to affect similar changes in the world around you. Although pokeride took away HM mules, it really was just used as a way to get around land, sea, or air.
-A new large region with all or nearly all the pokemon until now would be great. One of the most exciting features of X/Y was the huge diversity of pokemon from area to area. Although I love nearly all of the pokemon games, it is important that they move forward before synthesizing or revamping old regions. They should also avoid limiting the number of pokemon in a platform transition (like with Ruby and Sapphire), even if they carry over pokebank compatibility.
-Improve your hometown / build your own community and allow for the recruitment of various trainers through quests or battles: 1) Pokemon Researchers to study different aspects of Pokemon. One that studies moves, giving information on them (Damage, information, typing, effectiveness) and developing TM’s (and HM’s). Another professor to study pokemon and continually add information on pokemon you’ve captured (we can finally have more than a one sentence blurb). 2) Add breeders that can inform you about EV’s, IV’s, Natures, breeding for certain outcomes, can alter natures, train EV’s, and give information about evolution. 3) A pokeball maker like Kurt who can progressively make better pokeballs with more customizable parameters (balls that capture legendaries, mythicals, pokemon types, pokemon in specific environments, etc) using progressively rarer items. 4) A Pokemon trader that offers random pokemon trades everyday and gives you the option of trading back your newly evolved Alakazam, Gengar, Steelix, etc.
-As a corollary, expand the pokeworld beyond battling to include specialty trainers like:
1) Hikers, who gather stones, minerals, fossils 2) herbalists that gather plants, herbs, and make potions 3) Engineers to power the town, make inventions (new technologies to craft), design building types 4) Builders and Smiths to build structures, and craft certain materials 5) Farmers and Ranchers to deal with poke-berries / beans / apricorns, etc, and Ranchers to harvest goods from pokemon like wool, milk, electricity, etc. 6)Bug-catchers to harvest insect goods like silks and spores
giving a better idea how a world with pokemon actually functions --- and more importantly giving you better reason to catch pokemon, level them up and, catch or breed more than one of each pokemon species.
-Building a pokemon gym or other structure to host regular battles (in a similar fashion to the battle chateaux in X/Y), a pokemon daycare for breeding, research labs for pokemon study, and other areas suited to trainer features.
Pokemon:
-New pokemon; always more to collect, new types, new uses, new favorites. Completely new forms that have a more simplistic design would be welcome (zubat is just sexier looking than noibat and woobat—more is not always better) as well as fleshing out some of the evolutionary lines to make defunct pokemon more relevant (ie. farfetch’d or a baby Kangaskahn). More prehistoric and extinct pokemon fossils (that don’t all have rock typing) along with temporal variants could be really cool. Regional variants are always welcome… with a national pokedex showing that variation.
-New pokemon type. Something like “radioactive” or “were-type” could be cool. Wasn’t a huge fan of Ultra-beasts… extraterrestrial generally beats out extradimensional.
-Ditch the over-reliance on limited-time distribution events, and allow mythical pokemon to be captured in-game. Shiny or aesthetic pokemon with unique items are fine to distribute, but don’t take away my chance at finally getting Mew or Archeas by missing an event and never putting them in a game.
Mechanics:
-Re-challenge gym leaders and trainers with something like “Vs. Seeker” from FLG. So nice to earn money and get more experience. Having them scale in level based on number of badges, story progression, or average level of your pokemon team.
-Useful regional NPC’s that do useful things like give you items or tell you what pokemon can be caught in their area, and how rare or common they are. Instead of relying on technology like in OAS, you can actually get information from the people native to an area.
-Wonder trade, Pokebank, and online battles were great ways of integrating pokemon games with the internet… festival plaza… not so much. -Pokemon refresh was definitely a step up from pokemonAmie. Affection is a worthwhile addition, but entertainment and fullness are pretty useless. It would also be nice to increase friendship in a similar way. Increasing base stats through Training in X/Y was a good concept, especially for getting stones, but would be nice to actually increase the hard numbers like HPup, protein, etc. used to do.
-Mega Evolution and Z-moves, although interesting new mechanics, could really use streamlining to make them less clunky. Mega-evolution could really use a revamp to decrease clutter with held-items and item storage, and a greater focus on underpowered pokemon and Z-moves might be better replaced with a dedicated z-move for each pokemon as a 5th move-slot instead of super-imposing another item system. These have the potential to become really unwieldy without streamling.
Plot:
-Many of the above concepts would work really well in the modern background of western de-industrialization and the drying up of communities big and small. For example, having two rival regions representing the post-industrial 1st world, and developing 2nd or 3rd world could be a really interesting and relevant angle.
-Pokemon has had many references to space and extraterrestrial pokemon, could be interesting to set the next game on colonizing a moon or new world… or at least a post-game quest.
Overall:
-While an open-world pokemon game has a lot of potential, I think it would be better for the first Pokemon Switch game to focus on consolidating and streamlining old concepts, re-emphasizing an interactive and destructible world, and getting the balance between story and gameplay right.
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Random Shit 232: Pokemon Turquoise game notes

The notes for my fan-made Pokemon game: Pokemon Turquoise and Violet!
Opening theme song!
Merrico Towns, Cities, and Environments:
1) BOSTONE TOWN (Northeast district)
Size: Small
What's there: Your hometown, Mom's House, Professor Willow's lab, where you get your starter Pokemon at.
Your sister will take the starter with the advantage, adding it as the sixth member of her already impressive team, and Professor Willow will keep the third one for herself.
2) LINA SWAMP (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Many water type Pokemon
After leaving Bostone, you'll board a train that will take you to Lina Swamp, in order to do an errand for Professor Willow. This will have you skip Newtork City and Illadel City, which are located directly south of Bostone Town. This will also have you skip past Wishing Town, the site of the Pokemon League.
3) MYAMEE CITY (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Pokemon Training Academy, The first Pokemon Gym (Water), the Beachside Front store, the first encounter of Team Smog.
You'll have to show up the freshmen at Pokemon Training Academy, and beat some pushy Team Smog members at Beachside Front.
4) ORLAN HARBOR (Southeast district)
Size: Small
What's there: S.S. Louis
At Orlan Harbor, you'll be tasked with helping Professor Willow with another task. She wants you to travel to the Hami Islands to pick up an artifact for her and deliver it to her. But to get there, you'll have to board the S.S. Louis and fight some trainers along the way.
5) HAMI ISLANDS (Southeast district)
Size: Large
What's there: Rare, wild Pokemon, Legend Cave
Hami Island is home to some rare and very powerful Pokemon, but you won't be able to access it until you complete the Pokemon League Tournament and beat the Elite Four. Here, you'll have to hike up the side route (safe route) of Legend Cave and meet a collegue of Professor Willow to pick up the artifact. You can have a Pokemon pick it up at Myamee City.
6) DELIS TOWN (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: First Pokemon Contest, Pokemon Arena.
Delis Town may have no gyms, but this city northwest of Orlan Harbor is still very important. It holds the first Pokemon Contest, as well as Pokemon Arena, will you'll later be able to access for one on one battles once you have the minimum number of badges. But for right now, you'll have to step up against Team Smog, who are trying to push their Pokemon training ways against a group of townsfolk who don't agree with their agendas.
7) HOWTON CITY (Southeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Second Pokemon Gym (Steel), Sports Museum
Howton City is a desert metropolis that loves sports and even has some Pokemon themed sports games! Right now, their annual playoffs are being interrupted by some Grimer and Muk that are causing trouble with their oil refineries. No one can understand how to take care of them but you. Defeat the sludge Pokemon problem and you'll be allowed to fight for the second gym badge. You'll also be granted entry into the Ari Desert.
8) ARI DESERT (Southwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Ground and Fire type Pokemon
The Ari Desert is your first and best chance to catch good Ground Pokemon, as well as some fire types, too. Though prone to sandstorms at times generated by the Pokemon, you'll need to navigate this area to move forward to Phinis City.
9) PHINNIS CITY (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Third Pokemon Gym (Fire), Pokemon Spa, Pokemon Fan Club HQ
Phinnis City is a town that worships Moltres and loves to live life relaxed. They have a big beauty and spa business here, but one of Team Smog's lieutenants also runs this business and she, along with the rest of Team Smog, have taken notice of you, by now. They refuse to let you battle for their town's gym badge, but maybe the Pokemon Fan Club, which has it's home office here, can help? Once you take care of Team Smog's barricades, you can fight for the third gym badge and move onward to the western coast of Merrico.
10) LOANGA CITY (Southwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: The Fourth Pokemon Gym (Psychic), Loanga Studios, Pokemon Salon, HM for Surf
Loanga City is a beachside metropolis and home to all of the world's biggest television and movie studios. It is also home to some of the richest Pokemon trainers around, as well. Your training has caught the attention of some movie makers and they want to film a documentary about your Pokemon League journey from the shadows. Also, you'll run across Katie, your big sister, who currently lives out here, and she'll want to challenge you to a battle before facing the gym leader! After that, you can fight for the fourth gym badge. Once you're finished doing that though, reports of a major disaster will come in from nearby Wahii Island.
11) WAHII ISLAND (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Fifth Pokemon Gym (Grass), the Volcano Range, Wahii Island Resort Hotel
You are tasked to join Katie to help out the townsfolk as the volcano on Wahii Island has erupted suddenly and the whole area is in a state of crisis. You'll need to enter the Volcano Range in the southeast corner of the island and investigate the problem with Katie, who'll meet you there. You soon find out it's a Team Smog lieutenant trying to catch all the fire types there for Team Smog, and in the process, is disturbing the habitat for the Fire and Poison type Pokemon that live there. Once he refuses to stop, you'll be left with no choice but to fight him. Watch out, though! He's strong! Once you and Katie have settled the Volcano back to it's relaxed state, you'll be able to fight the fifth gym leader and her top Pokemon, Ludicolo. Afterwards, you can choose to visit the Wahii Island Resort Hotel, a place your Pokemon will love, as treating them can raise their tameness.
12) VEGA TOWN (Southwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Game Corner Casino, Second Pokemon Contest
After heading back to shore in Loanga Town, the access to Vega Town will be clear, and it's located just northeast of Loanga City. Vega Town is a place of extravagance and showmanship, so it makes the perfect place to hold a Pokemon Contest! Also located here is teh Game Corner Casino, the largest building in the city, and they are currently holding a contest to see who can earn the most Game Corner coins to win a Porygon.
13) CISCO TOWN (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Team Smog HQ, Pokemon Daycare, Name Rater
Cisco Town is an otherwise peaceful and laid back town by the sea, however, it is currently being plagued by Team Smog, as they've set up their new headquarters here, and are on a mission to recruit as many trainers as possible. They've even gone to the lengths to steal some new prototype Poke Balls from the Poke Ball company, located in Chickago City. You've been asked to help get it back by the Chickago City gym leader. Battle Team Smog in their pyramid-shaped headquarters and get back the stolen technology developed by the Chickago City gym leader's brother. Get the Poke Balls back and you'll recieve a Master Ball! Also located in Cisco Town is the Pokemon Daycare and the Name Rater.
14) FORNIAN CAVE (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Rock and Electric type Pokemon
Fornian Cave is a pass you'll have to travel through in order to proceed to Attle Town and surrounding cities. It is a good place to find decent Electric type Pokemon.
15) ATTLE TOWN (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Battle Tower, Pokemon Library
Attle Town is isolated and hard to get to, but worth it. Located here is the famed Battle Tower, a good place to earn both experience points to level up your Pokemon and cool prizes. While Battle Tower isn't as hard as the Pokemon Arena, the key thing here is experience points ARE awarded at the end of each battle! (A tiny amount of cash is, as well.) Also located here is the very important Pokemon Library, which houses a database about everything important about every Pokemon. Some sections are closed off until you advance further though, and you'll currently only be able to study up on Pokemon you own. Before you can advance further on your journey, you'll be tasked to do another favor for Professor Willow, this one having you go way up to the Ice Mountain.
16) LASKA CITY (Northwest district)
Size: Small
What's there: The Third Pokemon Contest, Ice Mountain
Welcome to the snowy home of the third Pokemon Contest, rested just at the foothills of Ice Mountain. Rest your Pokemon here and prepare and stock up for the long journey up the mountain. While Ice Mountain is the premiere place to catch the best Ice type Pokemon, you've been sent here to assist Professor Willow with a case involving Articuno, the snow bird. Once you get the Snow Feather it leaves behind, you can have it delivered to Willow in Laska City.
17) STONY MOUNTAINS (Northwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Rock and Steel type Pokemon
There are two parts to this area, but luckily, you'll only have to explore the first part right now. It is necessary to proceed on. Later on, you'll have to explore the second part in order to gain the key into the Pokemon League.
18) VERDEN CITY (Northwest district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Sixth Pokemon Gym (Rock), the Science Museum
Verden City is a snowy mountain town squeezed between the Stony Mountains and Homa Acres. Here, you'll come across Katie again, and you'll also have to try to find the town gym leader, who is currently at the Science Museum. Once you find her, you can challenge her and her Rock type pokemon at her gym to earn your sixth gym badge.
19) HOMA ACRES (Northwest district)
Size: Large
What's there: Homa Farm, Homa Wildlife Refuge, The Safari Zone
Homa Acres is a lush and vast meadow which is where Homa Farms is located at, the place to get MooMoo Milk from their Miltank. Also here is a wildlife refuge, and taking a tour of it will earn you a pass to the safari Zone. In the Safari Zone, you can ride around in the back of a jeep and approach wild, overpopulated Pokemon to keep for your own! Participating in the Safari Zone not only helps your Pokemon league journey, but helps save the environment, as well!
20) SALOUIS TOWN (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Fourth and Final Pokemon Contest, Pokemon Research Institute
Salouis Town is a small, industrial town east of Homa Acres. Here, you'll find the Grand Championships of the Pokemon Contests, as well as the Pokemon Research Institute, which will not only inform you of Pokemon Breeding, but will also serve as a second Daycare center, as well. Albeit it's not as good as the one in Cisco Town.
21) CHICKAGO CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Large
What's there: The Seventh Pokemon Gym (Electric), The Monorail Station, The Pokeball Company, Move Deleter
Before you can do much of anything, you'll have to take care of the raid on the Pokeball Company by a vengeful Team Smog! They've sought revenge and once again, you'll team up with the city gym leader. Joining you will be your sister, Katie. This time, you're looking to cripple the cruel and heartless Pokemon intensity trainers. After the battle with Team Smog leader, Gordy, you'll be free to explore the rest of the city. Chickago City includes a monorail station that runs all over Merrico and will be up and running by the time you defeat Team Smog. You can also explore The Pokeball Company and buy Poke Balls in bulk for cheap, and visit the Move Deleter, who lives here. Just don't forget to battle for your seventh gym badge against the Electric type user and new ally.
22) DETRI CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Eighth Pokemon Gym (Fighting), Pokemon Dojo, Abandoned Factory, which contains wild Fighting type Pokemon
Detri City is known for it's toughness and it's townsfolk certainly prove this. Before you can face off for the eighth gym badge, you'll have to prove yourself worthy by attending the Pokemon Dojo. After some lessons and exercise training, you'll have to fight in a round of double battles. And even after that, though, you'll soon find out that no trainer can fight the gym leader without owning at least one Fighting type Pokemon. If you need to catch some, head over to the abandoned factory. At least you're not required to battle using a Fighting type, however, if you win with one, you'll be rewarded with an extra copy of the prize TM!
23) TORK FOREST (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: Normal and Bug type Pokemon
The Tork Forest, which separates Detri City and Bostone Town, is the final location that'll take you back home to Bostone Town. It is also the premiere location to find Normal and Bug type Pokemon in the wild. Professor Willow will call you after earning your eighth gym badge and tell you to come visit her. Head through this forest to meet up with her. You'll learn that she has upgraded your Pokedex's hardware. You'll also receive something special for all your help in assisting her.
24) ILLADEL CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Ninth Pokemon Gym (Dark), The Trading Center, Illadel Diner, Pokemon Athletic Club.
The Gym Leader of Illadel City is the mother of Team Smog's Gordy and this is also Gordy's hometown. You'll have to compete against his friends and family in this location where you are not welcome. But will Kristal, the gym leader originally from Eruteak City, Johto, be looking to seek vengeance against her bratty son, or does she approve of your actions? Joining you, to root you on, will be Katie, your big sister. Also located here is a competitive Pokemon Eating competition, held at Illadel Diner. And the Pokemon Athletic Club.
25) NEWTORK CITY (Northeast district)
Size: Largest
What's there: The Tenth and Final Pokemon Gym (Ghost), Department Store, Sky High Tower, The Trading Center, The TM Company
Newtork City is considered one of the grandest and greatest cities in the world, and it is brimming with things to do! Its mascot is a Torkoal. Everything from the Sky High Tower, a 100 Trainer gauntlet (which will be open to you after defeating the Pokemon League), to the extravagant Space Circle Department Store, to the TM Company. The only story quest required here is to beat the awaiting Ghost type Gym Leader, Melvin, a trainer originally from Celadon City, Kanto. After earning your final badge, the Pokemon Arena in Delis Town will be accessible. Also, Professor Willow will want you to visit her in Bostone Town, where she'll tell you of your quest to find a Pokemon League Official with your entrance pass into the league, located somewhere in the northern, more difficult section of the Stony Mountains.
26) WISHING TOWN - Pokemon League Tournament (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Pokemon League Tournament in Tournament Arena
Your final test was the difficult Stony Mountains and you've passed! Now that you've got your key, you have access into the Pokemon League Tournament! There are 256 trainers from all around the world looking to compete in this tournament, but only one can win: you! You will face off in eight three-Pokemon battles in order to advance through the Pokemon league. The trainers you'll face have no specific favorite type and will be pretty well diverse. Your Pokemon will be healed between battles, but if you lose once, it's all over! Luckily, the trainers here aren't as tough as the ones in Battle Tower, Pokemon Arena, or the later ones from Sky High Tower, however they will all have final form Pokemon or decent Pokemon that don't evolve. You could say, it's your first true test against Merrico's elite.
27) WISHING TOWN - Elite Four Stadium (Northeast district)
Size: Medium
What's there: The Elite Four, The Champion
After being crowned the winner of the Pokemon League Tournament, you'll have earned a chance to join legends amongst the Elite Four, which are sort of like gym leaders for the world's best trainers. All of them have held their own against the best and are former League Champions. You can battle the Elite Four in any order to wish, but they are three-Pokemon battles and you must defeat all of them in a row. Items are allowed prior to, and during battle. The Champion, your father, will engage you in a six-Pokemon battle, and nothing is off limits (except fleeing). Other than that, the same Gym Leader Battle rules apply.
  1. Harrison - Ground
  2. Lindsey - Ice
  3. Michelle - Normal
  4. Arthur - Dragon
  5. Dad - Champion
RIVAL:
Katie
Age: 22
Description: Very attractive young woman in skirt and boots, long flowing hair, her skin tone and hair color depends on what your own trainer's appearance is. Is your big sister and likes to tease you, often.
Final Phase Team:
  • Lopunny (leader)
  • Third Starter Pokemon (Evolved form)
  • Evolved form of Eevee (Evolution based on type advantage of 3rd Starter Pokemon)
  • Blissey
  • Girafarig
  • Kecleon
The Pokemon League Gyms:
1) Myamee Town Pokemon Gym
Leader: Carlos (m)
Age: 20
Description: Tanned Latin Surfer
Water type user
Badge: The SurfBadge
Difficulty: *
  • Goldduck
  • Staryu
  • Quagsire
2) Howton City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Billy (m)
Age: 32
Description: Brown-haired Rugged Cowboy
Steel type user
Badge: The IronBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Skarmory
  • Lairon
  • Beldum
3) Phinnis City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Dennie (f)
Age: 17
Description: Hot Teenager (similar to Flannery, but brunette)
Fire type user
Badge: The BurnBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Ninetales
  • Rapidash
  • Flareon
4) Loanga City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Adam (m)
Age: 39
Description: Suited Executive w/ Sunglasses
Psychic type user
Badge: The KinesisBadge
Difficulty: ***
  • Gardevoir
  • Medicham
  • Espeon
5) Wahii Island Pokemon Gym
Leader: Sadie (f)
Age: 23
Description: Hawaiian native girl w/ straw skirt and flowers in hair
Grass type user
Badge: The LeafBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Ludicolo
  • Bellossom
  • Roselia
6) Verden City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Shiane (f)
Age: 27
Description: Geologist woman w/ glasses
Rock type user
Badge: The MountainBadge
Difficulty: **
  • Lunatone
  • Omastar
  • Rhydon
7) Chickago City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Morris (m)
Age: 21
Description: Young adult blonde male with jacket, cap and fingerless gloves
Electric type user
Badge: The ShockBadge
Difficulty: ***
  • Electabuzz
  • Lanturn
  • Jolteon
8) Detri City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Jimmy (m)
Age: 25
Description: Black athletic male in sleeveless top and sweatpants, w/ sneakers
Fighting type user
Badge: The ScuffleBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Heracross
  • Machamp
  • Hariyama
9) Illadel City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Kristal (f)
Age: 38
Description: Businesswoman in long skirt and tight bun navy-blue hairdo
Extra: TRUE leader of Team Smog (Turquoise version only)
Extra: Opposes Team Smog, her son's organization (Violet version only)
Dark type user
Badge: The NovaBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Shiftry
  • Sharpedo
  • Houndoom
10) Newtork City Pokemon Gym
Leader: Melvin (m)
Age: 24
Description: A young adult male "cooltrainer", complete with baseball cap and trainer's jacket; he has black hair
Extra: A former Pokemon League Champion of Kanto
Extra: The best friend of Chickago City's Morris
Ghost type user
Badge: The SpiritBadge
Difficulty: ****
  • Gengar
  • Dusclops
  • Misdreavus
THE ELITE FOUR:
HARRISON, from Twinleaf Town, Sinnoh (m)
Ground type user
Age: 19
Description: Looks like a young, but burly Professor Oak (is unrelated to him)
Difficulty: ****
  • Donphan
  • Marowak
  • Claydol
LINDSEY, from Mahogany Town, Johto (f)
Ice type user
Age: 33
Description: Looks like a Victorian era queen; has blonde hair
Difficulty: ****
  • Dewgong
  • Piloswine
  • Walrein
MICHELLE, from Slateport City, Hoenn (f)
Normal type user
Age: 24
Description: Very attractive and shapely perky Asian lady
Difficulty: ****
  • Tauros
  • Ursaring
  • Snorlax
ARTHUR, from Viridian City, Kanto (m)
Dragon type user
Age: 28
Description: Has dark brown hair and wears all black clothing
Extra: The little brother of Kanto's Elite Four Lance
Difficulty: ****
  • Salamence
  • Latios
  • Latias
THE CHAMPION, from Littleroot Town, Hoenn (m)
Age: 42
Description: Varies, based on what your own trainer's skin tone and hair color is.
Extra: Your father!
Extra: Is really the Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire male protagonist!
Difficulty: ******
  • Blaziken
  • Sceptile
  • Swampert
  • Manetric
  • Flygon
  • Metagross
MERRICO POKEDEX. There are regional variants of Pokemon in this region that differ in color, but are not shiny and retain the same type as their counterparts.
STARTERS
  1. Shroomish
  2. Breloom
  3. Houndour
  4. Houndoom
  5. Slowpoke
  6. Slowbro
    WILD
  7. Rattata - Gray
  8. Raticate - Gray
  9. Pidgey - Light Gray
  10. Pidgeotto - Light Gray
  11. Pidgeot - Light Gray
  12. Zigzagoon - Black and White
  13. Linoone - Black and White
  14. Tailow - Brown and Red
  15. Swellow - Brown and Red
  16. Hoothoot - Gray
  17. Noctowl - Gray
  18. Wurmple
  19. Silcoon (Day)
  20. Cascoon (Night)
  21. Beautifly (Day)
  22. Dustox (Night)
  23. Farfetch'd
  24. Pichu
  25. Pikachu
  26. Raichu
  27. Ekans
  28. Arbok
  29. Nidoran f - Sea Green
  30. Nidorina - Sea Green
  31. Nidoqueen - Green
  32. Nidoran m - Pink
  33. Nidorino - Pink
  34. Nidoking - Dark Pink
  35. Cleffa - White
  36. Clefairy - White
  37. Clefable - White
  38. Igglybuff - Purple
  39. Jigglypuff - Purple
  40. Wigglytuff - Purple
  41. Zubat - Dark Gray
  42. Golbat - Dark Gray
  43. Crobat - Dark Gray
  44. Diglett
  45. Dugtrio
  46. Sunkern
  47. Sunflora
  48. Exeggcute - White
  49. Exeggutor - Dark Brown, White, and Red
  50. Growlithe - Blue
  51. Arcanine - Blue
  52. Meowth - Orange striped
  53. Persian - Orange striped
  54. Psyduck - Blue
  55. Golduck - Gold
  56. Abra - Dark White
  57. Kadabra - Dark White
  58. Alakazam - Dark White (Wild)
  59. Machop - Gray
  60. Machoke - Gray
  61. Machamp - Gray (Wild)
  62. Gastly - Black
  63. Haunter - Black
  64. Gengar - Black (Wild)
  65. Geodude - Brown
  66. Graveler - Brown
  67. Golem - Brown (Wild)
  68. Cacnea
  69. Cacturne
  70. Oddish
  71. Gloom
  72. Bellossom
  73. Tentacool
  74. Tentacruel
  75. Doduo - Gray
  76. Dodrio - Gray
  77. Ponyta - Brown with Red flames
  78. Rapidash - Brown with Red flames
  79. Krabby
  80. Kingler
  81. Cubone - Ash Gray
  82. Marowak - Ash Gray
  83. Tyrogue - Female form (Wild)
  84. Hitmonlee - Female form
  85. Hitmonchan - Female form
  86. Hitmontop - Female form
  87. Goldeen
  88. Seaking
  89. Spinarak
  90. Ariados
  91. Natu
  92. Xatu
  93. Tauros
  94. Miltank
  95. Pinsir
  96. Heracross
  97. Scyther
  98. Scizor (Wild)
  99. Smoochum - Violet limbs, Light pink skin, White hair
  100. Jynx - Violet dress, Light pink skin, White hair
  101. Staryu - Silver
  102. Starmie - Gold
  103. Mareep - Blue
  104. Flaaffy - Purple
  105. Ampharos - White
  106. Teddiursa - Black
  107. Ursaring - Black
  108. Wooper - Brown
  109. Quagsire - Brown
  110. Wynaut - Red
  111. Wobbuffet - Red
  112. Shuckle - Blue and Yellow
  113. Dunsparce - Green
  114. Skarmory - Gold
  115. Absol - Aqua Blue and Sea Green
  116. Ditto - Silver
  117. Girafarig
  118. Stantler
  119. Delibird
  120. Wingull
  121. Pelipper
  122. Slakoth
  123. Vigoroth
  124. Slaking
  125. Meditite
  126. Medicham
  127. Carvanha
  128. Sharpedo
  129. Numel
  130. Camerupt
  131. Swablu
  132. Altaria
  133. Shuppet
  134. Banette
  135. Solrock - Gold
  136. Lunatone - Silver
    RARE - Only one
  137. Dratini
  138. Dragonair
  139. Dragonite
  140. Larvitar
  141. Pupitar
  142. Tyranitar
  143. Aron
  144. Lairon
  145. Aggron
  146. Bagon
  147. Shelgon
  148. Salamence
  149. Eevee (Shiny)
  150. Vaporeon (Shiny)
  151. Jolteon (Shiny)
  152. Flareon (Shiny)
  153. Espeon (Shiny)
  154. Umbreon (Shiny)
  155. Leafeon (Shiny)
  156. Glaceon (Shiny)
  157. Bulbasaur
  158. Ivysaur
  159. Venusaur
  160. Charmander
  161. Charmeleon
  162. Charizard
  163. Squirtle
  164. Wartortle
  165. Blastoise
  166. Treecko
  167. Grovyle
  168. Sceptile
  169. Torchic
  170. Combusken
  171. Blaziken
  172. Mudkip
  173. Marshstomp
  174. Swampert
  175. Mewtwo - Gold
  176. Mew - Gold
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