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Alright guys, so I've decided to do a nuzlocke of Pokemon Saphire, as you well know, well, I have decided upon my rules. First and foremost, I am foregoing the usual rule that is used that once you either kill the first pokemon you encounter in a route, you cannot catch one. The rule that you can only catch one pokemon per area is staying, but that rule is bull crap. Secondly, No legendaries are allowed in this Nuzlocke. Third, no potions above a Hi-Potion can be used, this means no full restores. And of course, I will be keeping track of my team here, starting with the Mudkip Geno.
Pokemon Sapphire Nuzlocke Team
Level: 31 Level: 21
Zelda Firebrand Level: 21 Level: 22
Adell Shadow Level: 33 Level: 21
May 20, 2015 19:54:57 GMT -8 by Deleted
Falco was killed all too soon. The fastest and first electric type of the group, Falco was met on route 112, and was promptly killed on the route just before it. During Kash's attempt to get Falco up to pat with Lucas and Geno, Falco was poisoned by a Gulpin, and because Kash panicked, he was promptly finished by an insane Plusle that simply would not let Kash and Falco escape, determined to end Falco before he could be taken to a Pokemon center. The combined efforts of these two Pokemon took Falco out quickly, and Kash will not let that death go unchallenged.
This odd Kirlia did not have the name of a male at first, but instead, that of a female, Paula. This brash decision was rectified when Kash found the name rater, but it may have been all too soon. Lucas was soon taken out at the ripe young level of 21, by May and her Grovyle. Kash hadn't LET Lucas die, there was simply nothing he could do, as the Grovyle used pursuit to keep Lucas in the battle with his Super Effective move. The Pokemon was KashKey's favorite out of his entire team, and he will remain in the hearts of those who carry on in his team. Except for Banjo, but no one likes Banjo.
Vanish T was a very early catch, in fact he was caught soon after Kash stumbled upon Lucas. Kash wasn't very fond of the Shroomish at first, but he came to enjoy the Pokemon's ability to consume the souls of it's opponents with the moves Absorb and Mega Drain. He was meant to be the clinching point in KashKey's fight against the Electric gym, but Kash was caught off guard when the Gym Leader's Electorb used Self Destruct, taking itself out and Vanish T in a single blow. Kash did not let his death go unavenged, by another casualty was just around the corner.
Gillius was Kash's fourth Pokemon, and what Kash considered to be his greatest find, right next to Lucas. He and Vanish T shared what Kash considered to be a blooming Student Master relationship, with Gillius being the master. However, it was soon brought to an abrupt end, as Vanish T was exploded by a Voltorb. Kash wanted Gillius to avenge Vanish T's death, but, that wish too did not come to fruition, as Gillius was soon taken out by the Gym Leader's final Pokemon, a Magnaton. The Magnaton was spamming shock wave constantly, and Kash knew exactly how much PP it had. However, it dod not last. The move was not even Super Effective, but it took Gillius out just the same with a single critical hit. Kash thought he could out last the move's PP, make the Pokemon waste it and have Gillius still be relatively close to full health. Things did NOT go as planned as these two sacrificed themselves for Kash's third badge.
Waluigi wasn't really cared for much, however, Waluigi will forever be remembered as a winner of the normal Smart competition. Waluigi died in a very stupid death, one that was completely Kash's fault. Kash was trying to heal another pokemon that wouldn't have lived much longer otherwise, and in Kash's haste he accidentally gave his opponent the type advantage, resulting in Waluigi's OHKO. Kash won't forget Waluigi, but he won't care much about his death either.
May 20, 2015 19:54:26 GMT -8 by Deleted