- Join Date
- Mar 2, 2019
I've been very bored at work lately, so I decided to pass the time designing a modified Wedlocke. The RNG said I should do a randomized Crystal run, so here I am.
Here are the rules:
Here are the rules:
- Edit (please note this was edited before I started the run): Since this is randomized already, the first pokemon I come across in a given area is that area's encounter. Encounters prior to getting pokeballs are not counted.
- When a pokemon is obtained, use RNG to determine whether it will evolve and any evolution limitations (for example, if I get a Cyndaquil, I use RNG to pick a number 1-3. If the result is 1, Cyndaquil cannot evolve. If the result is 2, Cyndaquil must evolve to a Quilava but cannot evolve into Typhlosion, etc.).
- No duplicates. The only exception is duplicate catches where the chosen evolutions are different. So, I can have two Pidgeys, but only if one of them will evolve, or if they're marked for two different evolutions.
- Every pokemon has a Hardiness score, determined by 1d20.
- Pokemon fight in pairs, much like in a Wedlocke. However, I won't be following gender-based pairing rules.
- Pokemon can only switch with their partner, just like in a regular Wedlocke.
- If a pokemon faints in battle, its partner must avenge its injuries or death.
- Switching between pairs can be forced by battle (when an opponent uses Roar or Whirlwind, for example).
- If a pokemon faints in battle, roll 1d20:
- If this check is greater than the Hardiness score, the pokemon dies in battle.
- If this check is less than the Hardiness score, the pokemon survives.
- If this check is equal to the Hardiness score, roll a Fate die:
- If the Fate roll is positive, the pokemon survives.
- If the Fate roll is negative, the pokemon dies in battle.
- If the Fate roll is neutral, the pokemon survives, but is badly injured. It must be boxed. A new partner may be selected from the box if one is available.
- New partners are selected by RNG from the appropriate box.
- If a pokemon dies in battle, it must be permanently boxed or released.
- I'm not counting gift pokemon or shiny pokemon as encounters. They are just bonus, but they must follow the duplicate rules. If for whatever reason they can't follow these rules, they may be boxed or otherwise may be used to replace the same pokemon.