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Title: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on October 29, 2012, 02:18:01 am
POKéMON FLORA/AZURE

This is a Pokémon game idea that I started back in early/mid 2011. It's a main series game that takes characters and locations from various anime, manga, and visual novels and gives them the roles of important NP characters such as Gym Leaders, Elite Four members, villainous team members, and more. However, there's a lot more to Pokémon Flora/Azure than just that. There's new types, new Pokémon, and new features (such as giving items to important characters).

These two main series Pokémon game ideas are called Pokémon Flora and Pokémon Azure. What you see here are the new Pokémon that are in it. Note that every existing Pokémon and also the Pokémon found here (http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=42035) and here (http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=82864) are also present.


SFA POKéDEX

New Pokémon Types: There are two new Pokémon types added to the mix; Light and Chemical. Here are their basics:

LIGHT TYPE:
Super Effective Against: Ghost, Dark

Not Very Effective Against: Grass, Psychic, Light
Weak to: Grass, Psychic
Resistant to: Ghost, Dark
, Light

CHEMICAL-TYPE:
Super Effective Against: Poison, Bug

Not Very Effective Against: Grass, Chemical
Weak to: Grass
Resistant to: Poison, Bug, Chemical


New Pokémon: Rather than being a full-fledged Pokedex, the SFA-Dex only has 60 new Pokémon that add onto the ones we already have.

SFA-DEX KEY:
No Symbol: This Pokémon is a standalone.
=: This is the lowest stage in that Pokémon's line. Ex: Prisanne is the lowest stage in the Prisangel line.
^: The Pokémon that's listed above this one becomes this Pokémon. Ex: Snapacid becomes Snapazard.
There are two exceptions to this rule; Mystiloom and Brighteon.

Important note: The SFA Pokédex in detail (the Pokémon's stats, what moves they can know, and abilities) is still under construction. Also, I don't know exactly where the SFA Pokédex are going to be put.

SFA-DEX POKEMON:
SFA01: Prisanne (Type: Light) =
SFA02: Prismary (Type: Light) ^
SFA03: Prisangel (Type: Light) ^
SFA04: Aciphere (Type: Chemical) =
SFA05: Acidicand  (Type: Chemical) ^
SFA06: Chemicrush (Type: Chemical) ^
SFA07: Lizanic (Type: Rock/Fire) =
SFA08: Volcanile (Type: Rock/Fire) ^
-Lizanic and Volcanile are Fossil Pokemon. Lizanic is obtained from the Magma Fossil.
SFA09: Earthillo (Type: Rock/Ground) =
SFA10: Armaremor (Type: Rock/Ground) ^
-Earthillo and Armaremor are Fossil Pokemon. Earthillo is obtained from the Earth Fossil.
SFA11: Birilly (Type: Water/Electric) =
SFA12: Birilatin (Type: Water/Electric) ^
SFA13: Snapacid (Type: Grass/Chemical) =
SFA14: Snapazard (Type: Grass/Chemical) ^
SFA15: Lightail (Type: Water/Light) =
SFA16: Luminail (Type: Water/Light) ^
SFA17: Mimikaron (Type: Psychic)
SFA18: Skibison (Type: Normal/Flying)
-Skibison is based off of Appa and more specifically, air bison from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
SFA19: Lemurat (Type: Normal/Flying)
-Lemurat is based off of Momo and more specifically, lemur bats from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
SFA20: Blazight (Type: Fire/Light)
SFA21: Biohyrax (Type: Chemical/Flying)
SFA22: Sunkarill (Type: Grass/Water) =
SFA23: Sunflorazumarill (Type: Grass/Water) ^
-Sunkarill is supposed to be a fusion of Sunkern and Marill while Sunflorazumarill is supposed to be a fusion of Sunflora and Azumarill. Both of these are event Pokemon like Zorua and Zoroark.
SFA24: Mystiloom (Type: Grass/Ghost) ^
-Mystiloom is supposed to be yet another Stage 2 for Gloom, obtained by using the Moon Stone on Gloom.
SFA25: Brighteon (Type: Light) ^
-Brighteon is part of the Eevee family. Eevee becomes Brighteon when traded while holding the Flash Prism.
SFA26: Geluppy (Type: Water/Chemical) =
SFA27: Gelardine (Type: Water/Chemical) ^
SFA28: Solout (Type: Grass/Light) =
SFA29: Solant (Type: Grass/Light) ^
SFA30: Aracha (Type: Bug
/Ground) =
SFA31: Moldarach (Type: Bug
/Ground) ^
-Aracha and Moldarach are based off the enemies of the same name from Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
SFA32: Phantormal (Type: Normal/Ghost)
SFA33: Plasmactor (Type: Electric/Chemical)
SFA34: Cubreeze  (Type: Water/Ice) =
SFA35: Icebergact (Type: Water/Ice) ^
SFA36: Glacimpact (Type: Water/Ice) ^
SFA37: Elestar (Type: Electric/Light)
-Elestar is a "Pikachu clone". However, unlike others such as Plusle, Minun, Pachirusu, or Emolga, Elestar has some pretty amazing qualities.
SFA38: Flaricid (Type: Chemical/Fire) =
SFA39: Scorchihem (Type: Chemical/Fire) ^
SFA40: Fairill (Type: Ice/Light) =
SFA41: Fairost (Type: Ice/Light) ^
SFA42: Ectoplatom (Type: Ghost/Chemical)
SFA43: Cosmiplex (Type: Dark/Light)
SFA44: Thermaquid (Type: Water/Fire) =
SFA45: Volcaquid (Type: Water/Fire) ^
SFA46: Mikarata (Type: Light) =
SFA47: Mikombat (Type: Light/Fighting) ^
SFA48: Mercutop (Type: Steel/Chemical) =
SFA49: Metaliquid (Type: Steel/Chemical) ^
SFA50: Lightiz (Type: Light/Flying) =
SFA51: Draflect (Type: Light/Dragon) ^
SFA52: Biomerd (Type: Grass) =
SFA53: Tropivern (Type: Grass) ^
SFA54: Ecocadia (Type: Grass/Flying) ^
-Ecocadia is a pseudo-Legendary, having a base stat total of 600 and Tropivern not becoming it until Level 48.
SFA55: Terrias (Type: Grass/Flying)
SFA56: Hyrdrios (Type: Water/Flying)
SFA57: Solares (Type: Light/Flying)
-Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares make up the Genesis Trio, the major Legendary trio in the SFA-Dex. Terrias is the mascot for Flora, while Hydrios is the mascot for Azure. All three have a base stat total of 680.
SFA58: Basiboros (Type: Poison/Dark)
-Basiboros is a Legendary Pokémon with a base stat total of 600. It's supposed to be based of the Basilisk and also the concept of Uroboros.
SFA59: Dimensium (Type: Chemical/Psychic)
-Dimensium is a Legendary Pokémon with a base stat total of 600. It has two forms, a Combat Form and a Mental Form. It's a trans-dimensional Pokémon.
SFA60: Auright (Type: Light/Psychic)
-Auright is a Legendary Pokémon with a base stat total of 600. It's a Mew-esque Pokemon like Celebi, Jirachi, and others. It's also an Event Pokémon.

Special: While not part of the SFA-Dex, in Flora/Azure, in addition to their normal typings, Poison/Chemical Grimer and Muk and Bug/Chemical Chemiket and Mothical are found. These are denoted by their slightly different colors. Also, Grimer, Muk, Chemiket, and Mothical of these types learn some different moves than their Poison and Bug/Poison variants. Note than pure Poison-type Grimer and Muk and Bug/Poison-type Chemiket and Mothical are also still attainable. In fact, for example, it's possible for you to have both a Bug/Poison Mothical and a Bug Chemical/Mothical. Grimer and Muk originating in Azure are pure Poison-type while ones originating in Flora are Poison/Chemical-type. Chemiket and Mothical originating in Flora are Bug/Poison-type while ones originating in Azure are Bug/Chemical-type.

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More information, such as locations, characters, items, and Trainer rosters will be coming soon.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Heattokun on October 29, 2012, 02:20:40 am
y'know,reading this makes me think.
We should make a pokemon hack thats imas related.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Bro on October 30, 2012, 05:02:23 am
y'know,reading this makes me think.
We should make a pokemon hack thats imas related.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on October 30, 2012, 03:47:16 pm
Now I'm going to present to you the various cities and locations encountered in Pokémon Flora and Azure. Note that a number of these places are borrowed from various anime, manga, and visual novels. (After all, this idea began with an interesting "Anime girls as Gym Leaders" idea.) Note that there are 9 Gyms, but only 8 are ever challenged (which Gym is left out depends on which version your playing). Note that each place's origin is also brought up, and yes, each Gym Leader and Elite Four member is a female.

LOCATIONS IN NOSTRUM

NOSTRUM REGION (Origin: Shukufuku no Campanella)
The Nostrum region is an unusual place located far from the other Pokémon regions. In it, amazing locations and cities ranging from modern to traditional to old-fashioned can be found throughout. From the lush Flora Forest to the arid Kitohara Desert to the high northern mountains where the Nomadic Ruins are located, Nostrum has many sights to behold, and many new Pokémon to be found. This place is also rich with history and mythology, its greatest legend being that of the Genesis Trio; Terrias, Hyrdios, and Solares, Legendary Pokémon that are said to be the ones responsible for all life that exists. The Nostrum region is a monarchy, being ruled by the young, but benevolent Princess Bonnie. It's also home to the Pokémon Institute, a facility where research into Pokémon is impeccable. Nostrum is also known for a number of prestigious schools for people to attend. In short, this region is where you will go on your own Pokémon journey.


POKéMON GYM CITIES

Mitakihara Town (Origin: Madoka Magica)
This a provincial city where it wasn't until recently that development began. Since then, much modern architecture has been constructed. As a result, the city has an unusual combination of ultramodern and archaic urban design. There is a lot of architecture that resembles real-life architecture from around the world. However, the biggest draw for Mitakihara Town is the Mitakihara Gym, which is the first Gym in the Nostrum region.

Gym Leader: Madoka Kaname
Origin: Madoka Magica
Specializes In: Psychic-type Pokémon
Badge: Mahou Badge
TM Given: TM04 (Calm Mind) (Flora), TM19 (Telekinesis) (Azure)


Yumenight City (Origin: Yumekui Merry)
Yumenight City is a town known as "The Gateway of Dreams", and for 10 years has had a guardian of sorts, Merry Nightmare, a dream demon that serves as the gatekeeper of the Dream World. This city is known for the Dream Gate, which is said to be the way to the Dream World. Yumenight City is also the location of the Yumenight Gym, the second Gym in the Nostrum region, which Merry herself serves as the leader of.

Gym Leader: Merry Nightmare
Origin: Yumekui Merry
Specializes In: Ghost-type Pokémon
Badge: Dream Badge
TM Given: TM65 (Shadow Claw)


Miyagami City (Origin: Best Student Council)
Miyagami City is located on a southern peninsula and lies within the Shadow of Miyagami Private Academy, an unusual all-girl high school, best known for the Miyagami Academy Maximum Authority Wielding Best Student Council, known as the Best Student Council for short. This council has more authority than any of the faculty or staff members at the school, and also even Miyagami City as a whole, seeing as the Miyagami Gym, the third Gym in the Nostrum region, is both owned and ran by the Best Student Council.

Gym Leader: Kaori Izumi
Origin: Best Student Council
Specializes In: Fighting-type Pokémon
Badge: Assault Badge
TM Given: TM60 (Drain Punch) (Flora), TM47 (Low Sweep) (Azure)


Ert'Aria (Origin: Shukufuku no Campanella)
This a busy trade city located at the ocean's edge. It's known as the treasury of the world and every seven years has a harvest festival revolving around a meteor shower. There are a number of locations to be found here, such as Ert'Aria's Cathedral, the mansion of the Duke of Ert'Aria, Fabious Verritti, and also an adventuring group known as Oasis. This is also the location of the Ert'Aria Gym, the fourth gym in the Nostrum region, but can only be challenged in Flora.

Gym Leader: Carina Verritti
Origin: Shukufuku no Campanella
Specializes In: Light-type Pokémon
Badge: Bright Badge
TM Given: TM100/102 (Light Pulse)


Korechem City (Origin: Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka)
Korechem City is a place that's known for a number of things, such as Korechem Lab, where one of the things they do is revive fossil Pokémon, an unusual building called Matelis, and also a Safari Zone. Korechem City is also the location of the Korechem Gym, the fourth Gym in the Nostrum region, but can only be challenged in Azure.

Gym Leader: Haruna
Origin: Kore wa Zombie Desu ka
Specializes In: Chemical-type Pokémon
Badge: Zombie Badge
TM Given: TM96/98 (HDRX Cluster)


Yokai City (Origin: Rosario + Vampire)
By far the most unusual city in the entire Nostrum region, Yokai City is a city built by monsters, for monsters. In fact, there's not a single human to be found in this town and very few human Trainers even come here. Even people such as Nurse Joy and Trainers such as Ace Trainers, Boarders, Beauties, etc., are not human. The only way in and out of Yokai City is through Yokai Cave, which contains various Dark and Ghost-type Pokémon. In the center of the city is Yokai Academy, a school that is for monsters to attend. There is also an orphanage for parents who are unable to take care of them. This city happens to be the location of the Yokai Gym, the fifth Gym in the Nostrum region.

Gym Leader: Mizore Shirayuki
Origin: Rosario + Vampire
Specializes In: Ice-type Pokémon
Badge: Yuki Badge
TM Given: TM73 (Avalanche) (Flora), TM80 (Frost Breath) (Azure)


Hakujou City (Origin: Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu)
A town located on the edge of scenic Hakujou Lake, Hakujou City is known for a number of things; Hakujou Academy, Hakujou Museum, Hakujou Department Store, Hakujou Lakeside, and more. People are known to like to take trips and cruises on boats across the lake as well as relax near the water. In addition to these things, the city is the location of the Hakujou Gym, the sixth Gym in the Nostrum region.

Gym Leader: Haruka Nogizaka
Origin: Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu
Specializes In: Dragon-type Pokémon
Badge: Force Badge
TM Given: TM02 (Dragon Claw)


Tamatsu Island (Origin: Fortune Arterial)
An offshore island that is only accessible by boat, Tamatsu Island is known for the Shuchikan Academy, a prestigious public school in the style of an English six-year school encompassing junior-high and high school students. This is also the location of the Tamatsu Gym, the seventh Gym in the Nostrum region.

Gym Leader: Erika Sendou
Origin: Fortune Arterial
Specializes In: Dark-type Pokémon
Badge: Shade Badge
TM Given: TM80 (Dark Pulse) (Flora), TM60 (Quash) (Azure)


Graileram City (Origin: Fate/Stay Night)
One of the oldest cities in the Nostrum region, Graileram City is known for its castle-like architecture, including a large wall surrounding the entire city. Hundreds of years ago, it was the capital of the Nostrum region, with Graileram Castle, located north of the city, being where the royal family lived. A lot of the Nostrum region's history can be found here. Graileram City is also the home of the Graileram Gym, the eighth and final Gym in the Nostrum region.

Gym Leader: Saber
Origin: Fate/Stay Night
Specializes In: Steel-type Pokémon
Badge: Armor Badge
TM Given: TM93/92 (Flash Cannon)


Tridestin Atoll (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
An island located off the east coast of the Nostrum region mainland, Tridestin Atoll is the home of Nostrum's Pokémon League. Surrounded by very unstable waters, the only way to reach Tridestin Atoll is to take a ferry from Marina Port, which only those who have collected eight Gym Badges are allowed on. From there, Trainers must pass through Victory Road, the final challenge before reaching the Pokémon League. Obviously, Tridestin Atoll is where the Elite Four and Champion are fought.

Elite Four Member 1: Misaka Mikoto
Origin: To Aru Majutsu no Index
Specializes In: Electric-type Pokémon

Elite Four Member 2: Haruka Amami
Origin: The iDolm@ster
Specializes In: Fire-type Pokémon

Elite Four Member 3: Yuri Fuyude
Origin: Wandaba Style
Specializes In: Water-type Pokémon

Elite Four Member 4: Hinagiku Katsura
Origin: Hayate no Gotoku
Specializes In: Grass-type Pokémon

Champion: Princess Bonnie
Origin: BonnieGames
Specializes In: Variety


Other Cities
Newjourn Town
iM@S City
Glaciberg City
Academy City
Marina Port
Royal Capital City
Resort Tropicale
Trainers' Square

Other Areas
Flora Forest
Azure Swamp
Crystal Valley
Kitohara Desert
Sando Valley
Prism Mine
Deep Mines
Yokai Cave
Hakujou Lake
Ice Cavern
Maze Mountain
Magiron Mountain
Firefall Ridge
Coral Cavern
Genesis Jungle
Victory Road
Enigma Island

Various Structures
Pokémon Institute
Safari Zone
Abandoned Manor
Plasma Factory
Hakuou Academy
Witch Princess's Hut
Abandoned Base
Battle Tower
Turiavita's Island

Ancient Structures
Nomadic Ruins
Graileram Castle
Terra Temple
Hydro Temple
Solar Temple
Uroboros Temple
Sky Tower
Hooded Waterwheel
Ancient Shrine
Rainbow Castle
Balance Ruins
Altar of Origin

Other
Marine Cave
Terra Cave
Hall of Origin
Sinjoh Ruins

Routes
Route 301
Route 302
Route 303
Route 304
Route 305
Route 306
Route 307
Route 308
Route 309
Route 310
Route 311
Route 312
Route 313
Route 314
Route 315
Route 316
Route 317
Route 318
Route 319
Route 320
Route 321
Route 322
Route 323
Route 324
Route 325
Route 326
Route 327
Route 328
Route 329
Route 330
Route 331
Route 332
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Heattokun on October 30, 2012, 03:56:30 pm
Hmm...I see.
well, I dunno what to say about this..
Too mixed of a cast?
Yeah,too mixed of a cast. Plus I can see some biast on the gym leader list.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Maka on October 30, 2012, 07:22:44 pm
I was following until the random crossover :/ Not a fan of those.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Heattokun on October 30, 2012, 10:13:37 pm
Yeah,what Maka said
What I would say is rethink the gym leaders. The reason why I say this is because I was talking with a friend about a pokemon hack and he gave me a genius idea: He told me..
"Do a pokemon hack and make the Kamen Riders gym leaders while Gokaiger is the elite 4." So I told him:
"Are you retarded? Gokaiger is sentai."
Then he followed it up:
"Thats why you copy everything to the other game, and make the gym leaders in that one all Super Sentai and then put OOOs,Decade,W,Fourze,and Wizard as the elite four."
The bad part is.. I was consittering it, since having Gyms A with Elite four B in one version and Gyms B with Elite four A in the other actually sounded REALLY original
so,to finish my critique on the idea: Cut down some ties and clean it up a little till it sounds better,unless you have a good reason why theres so many crossovers
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on October 31, 2012, 01:58:38 am
Hmm...I see.
well, I dunno what to say about this..
Too mixed of a cast?
Yeah,too mixed of a cast. Plus I can see some biast on the gym leader list.

I was consittering it, since having Gyms A with Elite four B in one version and Gyms B with Elite four A in the other actually sounded REALLY original
so,to finish my critique on the idea: Cut down some ties and clean it up a little till it sounds better,unless you have a good reason why theres so many crossovers

Actually, I think I should explain to you the origin of Pokémon Flora/Azure. It started when I found a picture of DeviantArt of the Vocaloids as Gym Leaders, Elite Four, and a Champion (http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&section=&global=1&q=Pokemon+Vocaloid#/d2ybyyv). Eventually, I thought up something similar involving various anime girls in those positions. I also thought up several Pokémon that some of them could have. Over time, this idea grew into ideas for Pokémon games and it stuck from there. Also, all these ideas are already compiled and the ideas started to be put down over a year ago. In short, these characters are too integrated into Flora/Azure to be changed.

Also, I should warn you. The next segment introduces us to some iDolm@ster Xenoglossia-origin elements.


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MAIN CHARACTERS

Fleck (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Role: Player (Boy)
Info: Fleck (his default name) is a young teenage boy that lives in Newjourn Town and is the male player character. His attire resembles that of Brendan from Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald. Since he's the character you play as in the game, there's not much else to describe about him.


Azalea (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Role: Player (Girl)
Info: Azalea (her default name) is a young teenage girl that lives in Newjourn Town and is the female player character. Her attire resembles that of what a girl would wear on a golfing course, including a "golf visor". Since she's the character you play as in the game, there's not much else to describe about her.


Ricard (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Role: Rival
Info: Ricard is a young teenage boy from Newjourn Town who starts his Pokémon journey at the same time as the player character. However, he's late getting to the Pokémon Institute where he is to receive his first Pokémon. Seeing as you chose the last one available, Ricard feels that he won't be able to challenge the Gym Leaders, but Prof. Palm decides to give him the last starter Pokémon from the previous year, where they had starter Pokémon from Unova. (The Pokémon Ricard receives is always the one that has the type advantage over your starter.) Ricard has a bit of ambition when it comes to Pokémon battles and while not a jerk, strives to be better than you and beat the Pokémon League first. Note that Ricard only appears if you're playing as the female protagonist.


Richelle (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Role: Rival
Info: Richelle is a young teenage girl from Newjourn Town who starts her Pokémon journey at the same time as the player character. However, she's late getting to the Pokémon Institute where she is to receive her first Pokémon. Seeing as you chose the last one available, Richelle feels that she won't be able to go one her journey, but Prof. Palm decides to give her the last starter Pokémon from the previous year, where they had starter Pokémon from Unova. (The Pokémon Richelle receives is always the one that has the type advantage over your starter.) Richelle sees herself as friendly rivals with you and whenever she has the opportunity, wants to see how far you've come by battling you. Note that Richelle only appears if you're playing as the male protagonist.


Professor Mariana Palm (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Info: Mariana Palm (also known as Professor Palm or Prof. Palm) is the Pokémon Professor of the Nostrum region and is the head of the Pokémon Institute. As you might expect, one of her tasks is giving new Trainers starter Pokémon when they begin their journey. Prof. Palm also manages things such as a database for various Pokémon found throughout the region.


Yukiho Hagiwara (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: Yukiho is a newly-appointed assistant to Prof. Palm at the Pokémon Institute, helping her and the other researchers with various tasks. She apparently doesn't have much prowess with actual Pokémon battling and also has a sleeping problem, tending to fall asleep at the most unusual times. Yukiho also has a major fear of dog-like Pokémon such as Growlithe, Houndour, Poochyena, Darkion, Lillipup, and others. However, she tends to be helpful to others.

Yukiho is seen shortly after beginning the game when you first enter the Pokémon Institute. She is seen with Prof. Palm and brings out the starter Pokémon you get to choose (although it's revealed there's only one after you choose yours). When Richelle/Ricard arrives to get their starter and finds out there's none left, Prof. Palm tells Yukiho to go get the starter that was left over from the previous year. Yukiho also provides both you and your rival with PokéDexes and Pokéballs. However, she falls asleep when she's supposed to hand them to you.

Yukiho appears later in the game when you first reach Mitakihara Town during the festival honoring Princess Bonnie's appearance. She explains to you that Bonnie is the princess of the Nostrum region and its current ruler. Yukiho adds on that a friend of hers told her about Bonnie, but doesn't tell you who that friend is.

Halfway down Route 303, you'll be treated to a cutscene at the Pokémon Institute where Yukiho is with Prof. Palm. Yukiho asks her if they can look up data on various Pokémon. Prof. Palm leads the both of them to the Institute's database where she asks Yukiho what information she'd like to know. However, Yukiho has fallen asleep and has to be woken up by Prof. Palm. Upon waking up, Yukiho tells her that she wants to know about some of the Legendary Pokémon in Nostrum mythology. Prof. Palm tells Yukiho they'll see what they got.

After obtaining the Dream Badge, Yukiho appears outside the Yumenight Gym and asks you how you did. Amazed that you got your second Gym Badge, she decides to give you HM01 (Cut), saying you'll need it for when you get to Azure Swamp. Yukiho then gets a call from someone and says she needs to go, taking off.

Later during the game, while you're in  HYPERLINK "mailto:iM@S" iM@S City, you'll find Yukiho outside 765 Productions, explaining that she's been waiting for you since Prof. Palm wants her to give you something. She ends up falling asleep, but then wakes up and gives you an item called the Visorglasses, which she explains will allow you to see things better when you get to Kitohara Desert (you can't step into Kitohara Desert without them). She then tells you that if you can, to stop by the Pokémon Institute.

Starting at this point of the game, unless you are to encounter Yukiho in a certain location, whenever you go back to the Pokémon Institute, you'll find Yukiho doing various tasks for Prof. Palm. If you talk to her, she'll ask how many Pokémon you've caught and encourage you to catch as many as you can. If you speak to her again, Yukiho starts to talk about a Legendary Pokémon that's said to be the embodiment of all light, but says that the Pokémon Institute has little information on it.

After defeating Turiavita at Ert'Aria's cathedral, Carina will take you to the Oasis house, where Yukiho will be waiting for you. She'll explain that she decided to see how you were doing with your journey and also tells you that Turiavita wants the Hydro Diamond for the same reason they want the Terra and Solar Diamonds. Carina asks Yukiho what she means by that, but Yukiho responds with she doesn't know much about Turiavita or the Solar Diamond. After the conversation, Yukiho will fall asleep, and you'll be unable to wake her for the time being.

Later during the game, as you go through Yokai Cave, you'll find Yukiho asleep on the ground. Upon interacting with her, she'll wake up and get up off the ground. She tells you that she heard you were heading this way and wanted to ask you more about the Solar Diamond you have with you. She responds with how she knew that you have the Solar Diamond is that Prof. Palm told her. Yukiho tells you that she needs to go see a friend of hers and leaves, but not before saying that she hopes she sees you again.

After obtaining the Yuki Badge, once you step back out of Yokai City, you're treated to a cutscene at the Pokémon Institute where Prof. Palm is contemplating about the news that Turiavita may have placed a spy in the Institute. Apparently there have been some things happening at the Institute, such as missing data on Pokémon. All of this started after Yukiho first came to the Institute, which was shortly before the events of the game began. Prof. Palm decides to go and talk to Yukiho about what is going on. She questions her on the Pokémon they looked up and the suspicions that are going about. After Yukiho says she doesn't know what's going on, she talks about there being a spy in the Institute, but just who could it be. She asks if she could go see a friend, which Prof. Palm lets her. After Yukiho leaves, Prof. Palm starts to be a bit suspicious about her… Also, from this point onward, you can no longer see Yukiho whenever you come to the Pokémon Institute.


Princess Bonnie III (Origin: BonnieGames)
Info: Bonnie is the young princess and ruler of the Nostrum region at only sixteen years old. She is an alluring girl admired and idolized all over the region; many boys flock to her presence and many girls are known to dress up as her to show their admiration of her. Bonnie is also considered to be the most powerful trainer in the whole region, due to the fact that she's the Champion.

Her obligation of ruling over the region was thrust onto her at a young age. Her father, the Grand Ruler of Nostrum, was the founder of the Pokémon Institute and the chief scientist who headed the research. Ten years prior, during the "Dawn of Purple Moon" incident, Del Donna, the other head researcher, made an attempt to capture Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares, and in the carnage that broke out at the Genesis Temples, Bonnie's father was killed by Del Donna. Due to being his only heir, the young princess had to take up the mantle of Nostrum's ruler.

Bonnie is seen early in the games, first appearing in Mitakihara Town during a festival being held in honor of her visiting. After she comes down to the ground on her royally-adorned Skibison, you are able to personally meet her, and she says that she sees great potential in you as a Pokémon Trainer.

Bonnie later appears in Crystal Valley after you've ousted Turiavita from there. She explains that Turiavita has taken the supernatural substance called the Ancient Crystal, which is linked to powerful Legendary Pokémon, and that she fears what they plan on doing with it, asking herself if "she's going to try again".

After you've defeated Chihaya at the Abandoned Manor, Bonnie appears on the scene on her Skibision in order to find out what Turiavita was up to there, only to be told by Kaori (after bowing to Bonnie in admiration) that Chihaya erased all the research data and shut the entire lab down. Bonnie ponders about Turiavita getting rid of their evidence before leaving.

Upon first arriving in Ert'Aria, Bonnie is found outside the Duke's mansion, talking to Fabious Verritti about the Meteor Shower festival. Upon seeing you, she asks how your journey is going and explains that the festival that's to occur here is an amazing sight and the possibility of Jirachi showing up for it.

After defeating Turiavita in the Prism Mine and rescuing Leicester (Flora) or Ayumu (Azure), Bonnie appears at the entrance to the Deep Mines area, explaining about the Terra Prism, the Hydro Prism, and the Solar Prism, and that she thinks Turiavita plans to create something using them and that she needs to figure out what.

Bonnie appears again outside the entrance to Yokai Cave, explaining that the rock slide that's blocking the Route further ahead was caused by the effects of Turiavita's Genesis Bomb having reached throughout the region. She states that she's going to the jungle created by the bomb in Kitohara Desert and that the workers working to clear the path will take a while, saying that you could check out Yokai City, but to be careful of its unusual locale.

Later, a large crowd has gathered in front of the Museum in Hakujou City sometime after Turiavita attacked the place and stole the Terra Diamond from it. From inside the building, Bonnie walks out as everyone cheers her on. Upon seeing you, she tells you about the Terra Diamond and that she hopes Turiavita doesn't get the Solar Diamond that you have. As Bonnie heads to her Skibison to leave, she says "After what she did, I can't let them do this."

After you've dealt with Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins and prevented the place from being blown up by them, Bonnie appears, explaining that she had a feeling Turiavita had placed a spy in the Pokémon Institute and never thought Yukiho was that spy. She decides to give you, Looker, and Prof. Palm a lift back down the mountains, but Richelle/Ricard stays behind.

Later, during Turiavita's attack on the Genesis Temples, Bonnie appears outside the Solar Temple and explains that she's glad you prevented Turiavita from capturing Terrias and Hydrios, but that they still plan on capturing Solares and that they need to be stopped. At the center of the temple, Bonnie confronts Chihaya and Yukiho, and you join Bonnie in a Tag Battle against Chihaya and Yukiho, who manage to get away after summoning Solares.


Looker (Origin: Pokémon Platinum)
Info: Looker is an International Police agent that has come to the Nostrum region in order to investigate Turiavita activity. His goals are to find out what Turiavita is up to and put a stop to their plans. He's a master of disguise, which allows him to infiltrate Turiavita when necessary. Looker appears several times throughout the game, telling you what he's learned about Turiavita and helping you out when needed.

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Also, a bit of trivia on what has been posted:

The starter Pokémon you get in this game are the Kanto starters (Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle), while your rival gets one of the Unova starters (Snivy, Tepig, or Oshawott).

Prof. Palm's name is derived from palm tree, basically keeping with the name theme of the Pokémon Professors being named after trees.

The Yukiho Hagiwara and Chihaya Kisaragi seen in Flora and Azure are the ones from iDolm@ster Xenoglossia, but the Haruka Amami seen in the game is the one from the iDolm@ster games.

Outside of DS-transmitted data (more on that later), Looker and a group of six Trainers from Black/White are the only characters seen in past Pokémon games that you encounter.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on October 31, 2012, 11:21:12 pm
Well, next up with the characters are the Gym Leaders and Elite Four Members. Due to post limitations, I couldn't include the description for the Champion, but unless you've read the spoilers, you might be surprised at who it is. Also, these descriptions show that the Gym Leaders and Elite Four in Flora/Azure do more than just battle you. For example, you're able to give them various items and they'll teach you Move Tutor moves in return.

GYM LEADERS

Madoka Kaname (Origin: Madoka Magica)
Info: Madoka is a friendly and gentle eighth-grade student at Mitakihara Private Academy, where she is the health coordinator of her class, but she is also a magical girl. Having always been a good girl and never lies, Madoka always tries to do what is right and be helpful to other people. On Sunday and Saturday, Madoka is found in the Mitakihara Maze stating that she's performing her magical girl duties. On Monday and Thursday, she can be found at Mitakihara Academy. On Tuesday and Friday, Madoka is at her family's house, where she, her younger brother, and parents can be talked to.

After obtaining the Mahou Badge, Madoka will run off to Mitakihara Maze, feeling a disturbance there. It turns out the disturbance is being caused by a group of Turiavita Grunts, who plan on harnessing the magical energy they're detecting from the maze's Abra to further Turiavita's schemes. Madoka fights alongside you as you battle the Grunts and oust them from the city.

Later, Madoka will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Madoka's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her.


Merry Nightmare (Origin: Yumekui Merry)
Info: Merry is a dream demon who acts as the gatekeeper of the Dream World. However, she ended up unable to get back to the Dream World after arriving in Yumenight City 10 years prior, but recently made friends with humans named Yumeji Fujiwara and Isana Tachibana. Around the same time as meeting them, Merry became the Leader of the Yumenight Gym, position she enjoys, although someday she'd like to make it back to the Dream World.

Merry is first seen shortly after you first come to Yumenight City, after defeating a Turiavita Grunt who assisted in stealing Isana's Musharna. Merry goes with you to the Dream Gate, where R.I.F.F.A has managed to open the door to the Dream World to steal the Solar Diamond from there. After she's defeated, Merry takes the Solar Diamond from her and gives it to you as R.I.F.F.A and the Turiavita Grunts leave the city with their prize confiscated.

On Tuesday and Saturday, Merry can be found working at Isana's father's restaurant. On Sunday and Thursday, she can be found at the destroyed Dream Gate along with Yumeiji, pondering if she'll ever be able to get back to the Dream World. Later, Merry will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Merry's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her.


Kaori Izumi (Origin: Best Student Council)
Info: Kaori is a member of Miyagami Academy's Best Student Council's Assault Squad and fights bare-handed when not using Pokémon. A classmate of Rino Rando and Ayumu Oume, Kaori also has two younger brothers and one sister, which she takes care of, explaining why she doesn't live in the Best Student Dorms like the rest of the Best Student Council. Kanade Jinguuji, the president of the Best Student Council and founder of Miyagami Academy, chose Kaori to be the Miyagami Gym Leader due to her prowess in Pokémon battling.

Kaori is first seen outside the Abandoned Manor, explaining that her friend Rino had gone missing inside the manor due to Pucchan, Rino's hand puppet companion (which puzzles you), asking her to go investigate. It turns out there is a Turiavita laboratory located under the manor where they keep research data on Legendary Pokémon and that Rino got captured. Inside, Kaori finds the entrance to the lab. After defeating Chihaya, Kaori takes Rino back to Miyagami Academy. It is not until you enter the Miyagami Gym that you find out Kaori's the Gym Leader.

After obtaining the Assault Badge, on Sunday and Saturday, Kaori can be found where her siblings live in Miyagami City. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Kaori is found outside Miyagami Academy. Later, Kaori will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Kaori's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her.


Carina Verritti (Origin: Shukufuku no Campanella)
Info: Carina is the daughter of the Duke of Ert'Aria and also the childhood friend of Leicester Maycraft, who she has a crush on. She is a mage and uses a paddle-like staff called Montecchia to fly around town. She lives in a mansion near the sea and can be found there on Monday and Thursday. On Tuesday and Friday, Carina can be found at the Cathedral performing her duties there. On Sunday and Wednesday, she's located at the Oasis house.

Carina can only be challenged for a Gym Badge in Flora, but will still appear at her family's mansion, the Cathedral, or the Oasis House in Azure, and will still give you TM102 when talked to at those locations.

In both games, after obtaining the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Carina will head to the Cathedral to find Turiavita Grunts being lead by R.I.F.F.A attempting to steal the Hydro Diamond. However, Carina only watches as you team up with Chelsea Acrot to fight off the Turiavita Grunts.

In Flora, you'll find Carina at the entrance to the Prism Mine where she reveals Leicester has been taken hostage by Turiavita. She serves as your battle partner as you take on Turiavita Grunts, followed by a battle with R.I.F.F.A.

Later, Carina will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Carina's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her, but only in Flora.

During the Meteor Shower event, upon finding the Sunkarill Egg inside the Cathedral's central tower, Carina appears alongside the rest of Oasis as well as Nagan and Shelley Maycraft.


Haruna (Origin: Kore Wa Zombie Desu Ka)
Info: Haruna is a Mahou Shoujo in training and a student of Ariel. In a training session, her magic was taken from her by Ayumu Aikawa, and as a result, she has to stay with him in Korechem City. Haruna considers herself a genius, but most of the things she does don't turn out right. She also has trouble remembering people's names and important details of assignments, due to her only remembering what she deems interesting and forgets everything else. Haruna has an obsession with Chemical-type Pokémon and battles with them at the Korechem Gym, a position she obtained during her stay, although you can only challenge her in Azure.

On Monday and Thursday, Haruna can be found at Matelis having a training session with Ariel. On Tuesday and Friday, she's found at her home along with Ayumu, Eucilwood Hellscythe, and Seraphim. On Wednesday and Saturday, she's located outside of Korechem Lab with Seraphim. In Flora, when talked to at these locations, Haruna will give you TM96.

In Azure, you'll find Haruna at the entrance to the Prism Mine where she reveals Ayumu has been taken hostage by Turiavita. She serves as your battle partner as you take on Turiavita Grunts, followed by a battle with R.I.F.F.A.

Later, Haruna will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Haruna's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her, but only in Azure.


Mizore Shirayuki (Origin: Rosario + Vampire)
Info: Mizore is a Yuki-Onna and the daughter of Tsurara Shirayuki. She has a habit of stalking people and has a crush on Tsukune Aono, the only human that attends Yokai Academy. She openly admits to loving Tsukune and wants to marry him and have children with him. Her mother Tsurara, the former Yokai Gym Leader, even hopes Tsukune will pick Mizore. Mizore tends to see classmates Moka Akashiya and Kurumu Kurono as her rivals for Tsukune's love.

After obtaining the Yuki Badge, on Saturdays, Mizore can be found at her family's home on the edge of Glaciberg City along with her mother. Later, Mizore will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Mizore's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her.


Haruka Nogizaka (Origin: Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu)
Info: Haruka Nogizaka is a girl that is idolized at her school and at the Hakujou Gym due to her beauty and intelligence, regarded as the school's most unattainable girl. She has a deep hidden secret as a major otaku and loves anime and manga. In fact, upon defeating her, she'll reveal to you that secret, trusting you not to tell anyone, and that you're only one of two people to know, the other being her friend Yuuto. Haruka is skilled at playing the piano and has taken overall victories in international contests, and is also skilled at Pokémon battling, as she was able to attain the title of Gym Leader. She's also skilled at cooking, academics, and fluency in multiple languages. Haruka also has a kind and gentle personality, is a natural airhead, and is quite clumsy, except when battling. She also holds Black-Belts in several martial arts, notable Akido. Haruka also has a sense of justice, shown when she comes to Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones.

After obtaining the Force Badge, on Sunday and Saturday, Haruka can be found at her family's home; on Tuesday and Friday, she's found at Hakujou Academy. Later, Haruka will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Haruka's at the Gym, you're able to have a rematch with her.


Erika Sendou (Origin: Fortune Arterial)
Info: Erika is a fifth-year student and is also the student council vice-president. However, she also happens to be a vampire. Erika is strong is literature and martial arts, in addition to being very attractive, making her popular at both Shuchikan Academy and the Tamatsu Gym. Having an inquisitive personality, she likes to do things directly. Once Erika has her mind set on something, she can become very pushy, and will take her time making plans to ensure she gets her way. Her older brother Iori happens to be the student council president.

Although a vampire, Erika doesn't like drinking blood from humans, and instead feeds off of blood packs. When Kohei Hasekura transferred to Shuchikan Academy, Erika became attracted to him, perhaps due to a thing for his blood.

After obtaining the Shade Badge, Erika can be found at Shuchikan Academy on Sunday and Thursday and her family's home on Tuesday and Saturday. Later, Erika will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Erika's at the Gym, you can have a rematch with her.


Saber (Origin: Fate/Stay Night)
Info: Saber, also known as Alturia Pendragon is a strong-willed young woman who always speaks resolutely. However, what she's most well-known for is that she's supposed to be King Arthur, and had participated is something called the Holy Grail War. Saber is the Servant of Shirou Emiya and is supposed to be the most skilled and powerful knight in the entire Nostrum region, possibly the world. Saber is loyal, independent, and reserved. She appears cold, but is actually suppressing her emotions to focus on her goals. She was appointed Leader of the Graileram Gym by the Champion of the Nostrum League Bonnie herself, who states that Saber is the strongest Gym Leader in the Nostrum region, and is even capable of taking the title of Champion from Bonnie.

When you first try to enter the Graileram Gym, a Sacred Knight is standing in front of the door, telling you that the Gym Leader is currently at Graileram Castle, which she's been spending a lot of time at. You'll need to head north to find the castle and head through it to the throne room, where you'll find Saber, who then heads back to the Gym.

After obtaining the Armor Badge, on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Saber can be found inside Graileram Castle, thinking about her life as King Arthur and the decisions she made. Later, Saber will appear alongside the other Gym Leaders on Turiavita's Island to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones. After the credits, if Saber's at the Gym, you can have a rematch with her.


ELITE FOUR MEMBERS

Misaka Mikoto (Origin: To Aru Majutsu no Index)
Info: Misaka is a middle-school girl and the third-most powerful Level 5 esper in Academy City, nicknamed the Railgun due to her signature move. She is considered to be a "proper lady" by most people, but she's actually short-tempered, prideful, and has an improper attitude. Despite this, Misaka is generally friendly and doesn't look down on lower-level espers at all. Misaka has a keen sense of justice, demonstrated when she and the rest of the Elite Four head to Turiavita's Island to put a stop to their plans, and her resolve is unshakable. Misaka secretly likes cute things and is easily embarrassed. She's also good at playing the violin, but is known to have a fear of Bug-type Pokémon.

Misaka has very impressive skill with using Electric-type Pokémon, and has become a member of the Elite Four because of it. Later, Misaka will appear alongside the other Elite Four members on Turiavita's Island to hold Karasu at bay. After the credits, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Misaka can be found at Tokiwadai Middle School in Academy City along with Shirai Kuroko, Uhiharu Kazari, and Saten Rukio.


Haruka Amami (Origin: The iDolm@ster)
Info: Haruka Amami is a very cheerful and hard-working girl that loves to sing. Due to her nature, she can quite easily get along with almost anybody, and is sometimes referred to as a "normal girl". Haruka also loves making sweets, one of her main hobbies, and especially loves making cakes and cookies. In addition to these things, Haruka is also a well-renowned idol in the Nostrum region, said to even be known around the world. However, Haruka is a very clumsy girl who at times trips and falls (although she never does when battling).

It's unknown exactly how Haruka became a member of the Elite Four, but she's cheerful even while battling. Later, Haruka will appear alongside the other Elite Four members on Turiavita's Island to hold Karasu at bay. After the credits, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Haruka can be found at the 765 Productions building in iM@S City talking to the Producer.


Yuri Fuyude (Origin: Wandaba Style)
Info: Yuri is a rocker rebel singer, swinging to the beat of her own drum. She's known to have stubborn pride as a musician trying to go against new idol singers. In the past, Yuri was constantly fired from her jobs due to her attitude, and would also push her Pokémon a bit hard in battle (not unlike, but not as bad as Paul). However, she changed how she treated her Pokémon and ended up bringing out the best in them. Yuri also suffers from severe acrophobia, or fear of heights, which makes you wonder how she was able to come to Turiavita's Island later on.

In addition to being part of the pop idol band Mix Juice, Yuri also shows amazing battle prowess after she changed her battle style, and once Mix Juice hit it big, Bonnie saw this and offered Yuri a position as an Elite Four member, although Yuri also thinks about attaining the title of Champion herself. Later, Yuri will appear alongside the other Elite Four members on Turiavita's Island to hold Karasu at bay. After the credits, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Yuri is found at Resort Tropicale with the other members of Mix Juice, Sakura Haruno, Himawari Natsuwa, and Ayame Akimo.


Hinagiku Katsura (Origin: Hayate no Gotoku)
Info: Hinagiku is the current student council president, captain of the kendo club, and an unofficial school idol garnering fans from both genders at Hakuou Academy located a bit from Glaciberg City. When it comes to her past, before her sixth birthday, she and her sister were abandoned by their biological parents, who also left them with a debt of 80,000,000p. Although she doesn't know it, her parents, who worked at the Pokémon Institute, sided with Del Donna during the "Dawn of Purple Moon" incident and may have become a part of Turiavita, although their role is unknown, since her parents are never seen in the game. After her sister Yukiji paid off the debt, the two of them went to live with the Katsura family.

Hinagiku is an expert at swords, specifically kendo. She's very capable in everything but suffers from a serious case of acrophobia, much like fellow Elite Four member Yuri. She tries her best at everything, and focuses most of her time in Pokémon battling, even having her Pokémon train using swords. She has a crush on Hayate Ayasaki, although she hasn't admitted it yet.

Training ever since she was taken in by the Katsuras, Hinagiku managed to rise through the ranks of the Pokémon League and came out as a member of the Elite Four, earning her recognition throughout the entire Nostrum region. Later, Hinagiku will appear alongside the other Elite Four members on Turiavita's Island to hold Karasu at bay. After the credits, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Hinagiku can be found at Hakuou Academy along with Hayate, Nagi Sanzenin, and others.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 02, 2012, 04:27:34 pm
Since I didn't have enough space to post the bio for the Champion, I've decided to post that person here. I also decided to cover the entire thing in a spoiler tag.

Note: Each character bio I'm posting is supposed to be as if each character has their own Wiki page. This is why some events of the game are described more than once.

CHAMPION

Princess Bonnie III (Origin: BonnieGames)
Info (Cont.): After defeating the Elite Four and heading up the stairs to the Champion's room, Bonnie is revealed to be the Champion, but she's being confronted by Chihaya, who after Solares, corrupted by Turiavita, covers the entire world in endless darkness, decides to take Bonnie in order to use her to "purify" Solares and make it hers.

In the core of Turiavita's base, you'll find Bonnie again, who after Terrias (Flora) or Hydrios (Azure) appears to stop Solares, asks that you capture it. After doing so, Bonnie heals your Pokémon and explains that Chihaya overpowered her and she's unable to help you directly. When Del Donna appears, Bonnie tells her that she'll never forgive her for murdering her father and that her dream of a perfect race is insane. Bonnie heals your Pokémon again before you battle Del Donna.

After Turiavita's Island blows up and Solares prevents the explosion from destroying the entire Nostrum region, you and Bonnie appear back on Tridestin Atoll's cliffside overlooking the ocean along with the Gym Leaders, Elite Four, Richelle/Ricard, Prof. Palm, and Looker. Bonnie turns to everyone and explains that the power of Pokémon is not to be misused and that Turiavita's ambitions due to that almost ended all life that exists. She tells you that you were able to stop them because you truly cared for Pokémon as well as all life, explaining that the way to make the world a more peaceful and better place is for everyone to follow the path that you chose. Bonnie then thanks Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares for what they're done. After Hydrios (Flora) or Terrias (Azure) and Solares leave through portals they open up, Bonnie explains that the path you chose is what it truly means to be a Pokémon Trainer and that she hopes to see that in action once she's able to challenge you.

After the credits, after you reappear in Newjourn Town, Bonnie will appear on her Skibison and will take you to Royal Capital City, the capital of the Nostrum region, explaining that for stopping Turiavita, you deserve nothing less than knighthood. Inside Nostrum Palace, all the Gym Leaders, Elite Four, Richelle/Ricard, Prof. Palm, Looker, and various other NPC's are lined up as Bonnie dubs you Sir (if male) or Dame (if female) <your character's name>, explaining that you've now attained the highest honor anyone in Nostrum can ever get.

After stopping Turiavita at the Uroboros Temple and Abandoned Base, you'll be able to challenge the Elite Four again. Upon entering the rebuilt Champion's room, Bonnie once again thanks you for stopping Turiavita and addressing you as Sir or Dame, explains that despite being royalty and the ruler of Nostrum, her title of Champion was obtained through her unmatched skill, and that she'll show you what it takes to be Champion, followed by your long-awaited battle with her. After defeating her, Bonnie will explain that no one had ever come close to defeating her until now and that for besting her, you've earned the title of Champion. She'll show you to the Hall of Fame, where your Pokémon are registered.

After defeating Bonnie once, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, she'll appear in the throne room of Nostrum Palace, attending to her duties as princess of the region.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 04, 2012, 12:55:43 am
Next up with the characters seen in Pokémon Flora and Azure are special Tag Battle partners that you can recruit (yes, all three of them are from the Harvest Moon games) and show off the "gift system" the game has. Also, since there's a Battle Tower, there's of course a Tower Boss that can be fought there.

TAG PARTNERS

Witch Princess (Origin: Harvest Moon DS)
Specializes In: Dark-type Pokémon
Info: The Witch Princess, as her name implies, is a witch, who has lived much, much longer than her appearance suggests. She lives in a hut located a bit from Route 309, isolated from everyone else. Unfortunately, in order to have her as a Tag Battle partner, you need to do things such as treat your Pokémon badly, throw away items, and even give other characters items they don't like. The Witch Princess likes being given these items; TinyMushroom, Big Mushroom, BalmMushroom, RBW Flower, Red Grass, Orange Grass, Yellow Grass, Green Grass, Teal Grass, Blue Grass, Indigo Grass, Violet Grass, RainbowGrass, Ruby, Garnet, Topaz, Emerald, Crystal, Sapphire, Mythril, Amethyst, Stardust, Star Piece, Pearl, Big Pearl, Diamond, Pink Diamond, Dusk Stone, BlackGlasses, Dark Gem.
Note: The RBW Flower is the Witch Princess's favorite item.

The Witch Princess can be first seen once you've gone over to her hut for the first time. Upon going inside, you'll hear the Witch Princess talking to herself about how she's fed up with how people see her. She'll realize you're listening and ask you if you feel the same way. If you choose "I'm fed up.", she'll say she likes you and will help you if you need it. If you say  "I'm not fed up.", she'll become upset.

Once you've given the Witch Princess 10 items that she likes and have thrown away a total of 10 items, when you go to see the Witch Princess, she'll give you the Witch's Gift, a key item that will allow you to experience future events with the Witch Princess.

After giving the Witch Princess 10 more items that she likes, have thrown away a total of 20 items, have at least 10 Pokémon at minimum happiness, and have released at least 10 Pokémon, go to the Witch Princess again and she'll give you a Big Mushroom.

After giving the Witch Princess 20 more items that she likes, have had your Pokémon fainted a total of 100 times, have at least 25 Pokémon at minimum happiness, and given other characters a total of 50 items that they dislike, go see the Witch Princess once more and she'll give you a Gold Bar.

Once you've given the Witch Princess 20 more items that she likes (a total of 60 items), have had your Pokémon fainted a total of 200 times, have at least 40 Pokémon at minimum happiness, have released at least 30 Pokémon, have given other characters a total of 100 items that they dislike, and have all abut one of the Pokémon in your party currently fainted, go see the Witch Princess once more, where she'll give you a Big Nugget and TM46 (Thief).

Once this is done, the next time you enter the Witch Princess's hut, you can ask the Witch Princess to be a Tag Battle partner. Once the Witch Princess's accessed as a Tag Battle partner, she'll follow you as long as you're in these areas; Flora Forest, Mitakihara Town, Crystal Valley, Yumenight City, Azure Swamp, Abandoned Manor, Genesis Jungle, Route 301, Route 302, Route 303, Route 305, Route 306, Route 308, Route 309, and Route 330. After twelve hours of real time have passed or the game is shut off, the Witch Princess will tell you she needs to get back to her hut and will leave you.

Also, the Witch Princess comes with these particular Pokémon; Nightinpale and Honchkrow, whose levels depend on how far you are in the game. (For example, if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge, the Witch Princess's Pokémon will be at L45.) When the Witch Princess is following you as a Tag Battle partner, additional Trainers will appear in Flora Forest, Azure Swamp, Genesis Jungle, and any Route the Witch Princess will follow you on. These Trainers can only be battled when having the Witch Princess as a Tag Battle partner and will disappear when she leaves. In addition to this, after the credits, if the Witch Princess has been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, she may also serve as a battle partner in Double Battles at the Battle Tower (where she adds an Umbreon to her lineup).

If the Witch Princess has been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, when Turiavita makes their move on the Genesis Temples, you'll find the Witch Princess shortly after entering the Solar Temple. She explains that she discovered something shady going on and had decided to attempt to put a stop to it. She serves as a Tag Battle partner against the Turiavita Grunts inside the temple, who have been rearranged for Double Battles. Upon reaching the temple's center, Chihaya will tell you that you've allied yourself with an "old hag", which the Witch Princess will respond with "Takes one to know one.", angering Chihaya and Yukiho. After Chihaya tells the Witch Princess that she can't stop her from being with Solares, Bonnie will tell with Witch Princess that you and her can handle Chihaya and Yukiho and that the Witch Princess can sit the battle out. You battle Chihaya and Yukiho like you normally would. After they're defeated, the Witch Princess chews Bonnie out for not letting her take part if the battle, which Bonnie remarks with that it's rude to yell at the princess of the Nostrum region, but thanks her for helping stop Turiavita at the temple. The Witch Princess tells you that she's had enough adventure for one day and decides to make her way back to her hut, leaving the area.

After the credits, if you go to see the Witch Princess (she has to be unlocked as a Tag Battle partner first), you can have a battle with her.


Leia (Origin: Harvest Moon DS)
Specializes In: Water-type Pokémon
Info: Leia is a mermaid that was washed ashore near Ert'Aria after a hurricane. Darryl, a scientist living on the outskirts of the city found her injured and took her in. Since then, she has been repaying the favor by cooking for him. Leia likes being given these specific items; Water Gem, Mystic Water, Pearl, Big Pearl, Diamond, Pink Diamond, Red Scale, Orange Scale, Yellow Scale, Green Scale, Teal Scale, Blue Scale, Indigo Scale, Violet Scale, RainbowScale, RainbowShell, G&S Shell, Red M-Flower, BlueM-Flower, Water Stone.
Note: The G&S Shell is Leia's favorite item.

Leia can be first seen once you've obtained either the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure) and have given Darryl five items he's requested. When you enter Darryl's house the next time, Darryl won't be there and the door to the basement will be open. Upon heading down, you'll enter a small lab where you'll notice Leia in a bathtub, and she'll introduce herself. After telling her story, she'll ask you if Darryl is a gentle person (and not if she's a science experiment). If you select the first option, Leia will tell you that if you're a friend of Darryl's then you're also her friend. At this point, Darryl will come down into the basement, and shocked that you've discovered Leia, will battle you. (Darryl has a L28 Voltorb, L29 Porygon, and L30 Magneton.) After defeating him, Leia will break up the fight and say that friends shouldn't fight. Darryl will apologize and say that he's keeping Leia a secret because since she's a mermaid, if word of her got out, Turiavita might try to kidnap her and experiment on her. He asks if you'll keep Leia a secret.

Once you've given Leia 10 items that she likes, the next time you enter Darryl's house, you'll hear Darryl say he's going to "unlock the mysteries of nature". You can choose to charge into the basement. If you do, you'll startle Darryl and he'll yell at you for thinking he's using Leia as a science experiment. He tells Leia that he needs to get back to his research. After he's left, Leia explains that she's been telling Darryl about her home, but thanks you for worrying about her.

After giving Leia 10 more items that she likes, you the next time you visit her, she'll bring up that since she's repaying Darryl's kindness by doing housework she wants to try and cook meals. Leia explains that she doesn't know many recipes, but her recipe for grilled fish is exquisite. She wants to try a piece of her new menu and asks you if you'll taste it for her. Select the first option (that it would be your pleasure) and she'll tell you to wait a moment as she makes the dish. After having eaten the simmered fish, you tell Leia that it was delicious and that she's glad she could make something so tasty.

Once you've given Leia 10 more items that she likes (a total of 30 items), head to Ert'Aria's beach and use the Old Rod, Good Rod, or Super Rod on the water. There's a one in 10 (Old Rod) or 5 (Good Rod or Super Rod) chance of instead of hooking a wild Pokémon, you hook a key item called a BOT Message. Take this item to Darryl, who will try to uncork it with three homemade corkscrews before asking you to use an ordinary corkscrew he bought at the mart. This opens the bottle and Darryl reads the message, realizing that it's for Leia.

In the basement, Darryl gives the note to Leia, who explains that it's from her mother, who is worried about her and wants her to come home. Darryl tells Leia that her injuries have healed and that it's best that she goes home. You'll take Leia to Ert'Aria's beach, where she'll ask you if it's all right for her to return. Tell her she can come back whenever she wants and she'll smile before giving you TM55 (Brine in Flora, Scald in Azure). Once Leia swims away, on Tuesdays at midnight, she'll appear on Ert'Aria's beach, where you can ask her to be a Tag Battle partner.

Once Leia's accessed as a Tag Battle partner, she'll follow you as long as you stay in these areas; Ert'Aria, Marina Port, Glaciberg City, Hakujou City, Hakujou Lake, Tamatsu Island, Resort Tropicale, Coral Cavern, Route 313, Route 314, Route 318, Route 319, Route 320, and the area connecting Resort Tropicale to Coral Cavern. After twelve hours of real time have passed or the game is shut off, Leia will tell you she has to go back home and will leave you.

Leia comes with these particular Pokémon; Mantine and Lapras, whose levels depend on how far you are in the game. (For example, if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Leia's Pokémon will be at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Leia's Pokémon will be at L40.) When Leia is following you as a Tag Battle partner, additional Trainers will appear in Hakujou Lake, Resort Tropicale (as well as the area leading to Coral Cavern), and any Route Leia will follow you on. These Trainers can only be battled when having Leia as a Tag Battle partner and will disappear when she leaves. In addition to this, after the credits, if Leia's been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, she may also serve as a battle partner in Double Battles at the Battle Tower (where she adds a Ludicolo to her lineup).

If Leia has been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, when Turiavita makes their move on the Genesis Temples, you'll find Darryl outside the Hydro Temple, explaining that Leia felt something wrong going on at the temple and asked him to carry her here. However, he's decided to stay outside since he doesn't want to cross paths with Turiavita but says for you to make sure Leia is all right. Leia is found inside shortly after entering, explaining that the bad guys Darryl told her about are causing trouble there. She'll serve as a Tag Battle partner against the Turiavita Grunts inside the temple, who are rearranged for Double Battles. Upon reaching the temple's center, Leia will ask just what is Karasu doing, who will tell her that he never thought he'd see a mermaid, but that she shouldn't meddle with human affairs. Leia gets blocked off from the area, forcing you to battle Karasu alone as usual. After he's defeated, Leia is found outside the temple with Darryl, explaining that what Turiavita is up to can't be good at all. She then asks Darryl to take her back to the ocean and the two of them leave the area.

After the credits, if Leia's on Ert'Aria's beach (she has to be unlocked as a Tag Battle partner first, of course), you can have a battle with her.


Keira (Origin: Harvest Moon DS)
Specializes In: Psychic-type Pokémon
Info: Keira is a mysterious "sleeping beauty" princess that lives on the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine in the Deep Mines. Every time you want to visit her, you have to make your way all the way down there to find her. This floor is empty except for a bed, which she sleeps in, and a sign. Keira is unable to speak because of a curse that the Witch Princess put on her. Keira likes being given these specific items, many of which are expensive and rare; Nugget, Big Nugget, Pearl, Big Pearl, Diamond, Pink Diamond, Spring Sun, Summer Sun, Fall Sun, Winter Sun, Red Crystite, OranCrystite, YellCrystite, GrenCrystite, TealCrystite, BlueCrystite, IndiCrystite, Vio Crystite, RBW Crystite, Gold Bar.
Note: The Big Nugget is Keira's favorite item.

Keira can be first seen when you reach the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine for the first time. You'll find her sleeping in her bed in the middle of the floor and a sign by her bed. The sign requests that you give her a drink containing various fruit. Leave, then come back with a Limonada Shake, and leave the Shake by the sign.

Once you've given Keira 10 items that she likes, drop down to the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine once more and the sign will say "give me a bar which I can eat". Bring Keira a RageCandyBar.

After giving Keira 10 more items that she likes, drop down to the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine once more and the sign will say "I want precious stones now. Bring me a(n) <item>. The item listed, chosen at random, is a Leaf Stone, Fire Stone, Water Stone, Thunderstone, Moon Stone, Sun Stone, Dawn Stone, Dusk Stone, Shiny Stone, or Everstone. Since the stone is random, you have to make two trips.

Once you've given Keira 10 more items that she likes (a total of 30 items), drop down to the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine once more and the sign will say "A Pokémon that can see dreams. Bring me it." You need to have a Munna in your party. You'll be able to leave the Pokémon by the sign.

Once this is done, the next time you head down to the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine, Keira will give you TM44 (Rest) and you can ask Keira to be a Tag Battle partner. Once Keira's accessed as a Tag Battle partner, she'll follow you as long as you're in these areas; Deep Mines, Prism Mine, Korechem City, Yokai Cave, Yokai City, Plasma Factory, Nomadic Ruins, Magiron Mountain, Academy City, Route 309, Route 310, Route 311, Route 312, and Route 316. After twelve hours of real time have passed or the game is shut off, Keira will tell you she's tired and will leave you.

Keira comes with these Pokémon; Hypno and Xatu, whose levels depend on how far you are in the game. (For example, if you've obtained the Shade Badge, Keira's Pokémon will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Keira's Pokémon will be at L50.) When Keira is following you as a Tag Battle partner, additional Trainers will appear in Nomadic Ruins, Magiron Mountain, and any Route Keira will follow you on. These Trainers can only be battled when having Keira as a Tag Battle partner and will disappear when she leaves. In addition to this, after the credits, if Keira's been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, she'll also show up as a battle partner for Double Battles at the Battle Tower (where she adds a Gardevoir to her lineup).

If Keira has been unlocked as a Tag Battle partner, when Turiavita makes their move on the Genesis Temples, you'll find Keira shortly after entering the Terra Temple. She'll write down that she noticed shady people open up and enter the temple and since she's awake, she decided to find out what was going on. She'll serve as a Tag Battle partner against the Turiavita Grunts inside the temple, who are rearranged for Double Battles. Upon reaching the temple's center, Keira will write down and show R.I.F.F.A a statement asking what the trouble she's causing is. R.I.F.F.A will respond by referring to Keira as a "silent idiot" who has no business in interfering with "Mama's" dream. Keira gets blocked off from the area, forcing you to battle R.I.F.F.A alone as usual. After he's defeated, Keira is found outside the temple, and she writes down about being terrified at what Turiavita's trying to do before leaving.

After the credits, if you reach the 255th floor of the 3rd Mine to see Keira (she has to be unlocked as a Tag Battle partner first), you can have a battle with her.


TOWER BOSS

Kurisu Makise (Origin: Steins Gate)
Position: Battle Tower Boss
Info: Kurisu is a young and extremely talented neuroscience researcher at only 18 years old. Unlike other people her age, she shows a more mature attitude, and is usually calm and collected even when someone is acting tense in front of her. There are times when she can also show a much more timid side, however, and she has been described as a Tsundere. Kurisu is affiliated with the Victor Qondria University Laboratory for Brain Research in the Nostrum region, and is a 1st Year Master's Candidate. She also did a 3rd Year short study program at Ayamein High-School for girls, located in another region.

Kurisu researches neuroscience on both humans and Pokémon and while hesitant to admit it, she also uses a text board called @Channel. It's unknown her affiliation with the Battle Tower, but she serves as the facility leader.

Kurisu is first seen post-game after taking the S.S. Azora from Resort Tropicale to the Battle Tower, where she greets you upon your arrival and explains that the Battle Tower is for the best Trainers in Nostrum. Upon winning your 20th consecutive battle, Kurisu will challenge you to a battle. Upon winning your 48th consecutive battle, she'll challenge you again, although with a completely different and much tougher lineup than before.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 04, 2012, 05:02:30 pm
WARNING: iDOLM@STER XENOGLOSSIA originated content approaching.

TURIAVITA

TURIAVITA (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Turiavita is a villainous team located in the Nostrum region. It's an organization that unbeknownst to anyone other than the higher-ups, believes that both humans and Pokémon are genetically inferior beings. Turiavita aims for genetic superiority and engages in acts such as genetic enhancing, genetic experimentation, and eugenics, both on humans and Pokémon. However, their main goal is far worse than just that. Turiavita plans to capture the Genesis Trio; Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares, and wipe out all life that exists in favor of a new matrix where Turiavita's own touted superior genetically engineered race of Human/Pokémon hybrid called Mischlings can take over in humanity and Pokémon-kind's place. Turiavita is known to be ruthless when it comes to their goals and they will stop at nothing to achieve them.

[<<<<<<Turiavita>>>>>>]
Boss: Del Donna
Notable Members: Chihaya Kisaragi, Karasu, R.I.F.F.A
Others: Yukiho Hagiwara, R.I.F.F.A Clones
Lower Members: Turiavita Grunts, Scientists
Buildings: Abandoned Manor, Plasma Factory, Turiavita's Island
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Turiavita is first seen at the very beginning of the game, before you even appear in your room in your house. Del Donna is explaining to Karasu that they're now ready for her dream to start coming true, a dream she's had for so long. Karasu responds by telling her that the "other two" are checking things out in advance. Shortly after you leave Newjourn Town, Chihaya and R.I.F.F.A are found on Route 301, which leads to the Pokémon Institute. The two of them are discussing Legendary Pokémon, but don't notice you hearing them.

Later, on Route 302, R.I.F.F.A appears alongside two Turiavita Grunts outside an unknown structure (later in the game revealed to be the Terra Temple). R.I.F.F.A is wondering how to open the temple. She then sees you, explains that you have no business in what they're doing, and has the two Grunts attack you one at a time. After they're defeated, she tells them that there's nothing more they can do for the time being and withdraw. After they do so, a cutscene occurs inside a mansion on an unknown island during a storm, in the same room Karasu and Del Donna were in at the beginning of the game. Karasu, Chihaya, and Del Donna are in the room, with Karasu explaining that they've checked out the Terra Temple, but that someone had interfered with them.

After obtaining the Mahou Badge, Turiavita Grunts are found within Mitakihara Maze in order to capture the maze's Abra and harness their magical energy in order to further Turiavita's plans. Madoka, the Mitakihara Gym Leader, battles alongside you in order to drive Turiavita out of the maze. After leaving Mitakihara Town, another cutscene occurs at Turiavita's mansion where R.I.F.F.A tells Del Donna that the same kid from earlier wrecked their plans in Mitakihara Town and that she's sorry for making "Mama" mad. Del Donna tells her that what happened earlier can slide and that the next thing they need before Turiavita's "race" will come to be is Ancient Crystal. R.I.F.F.A tells "Mama" to send not just her there, but "all of her". Del Donna tells her that isn't necessary.

Later during the game, Turiavita is found within Crystal Valley, where they are taking Ancient Crystal in order for them to further their plans. After making your way through a number of Grunts and reaching the Giant Crystal in the center of the valley, R.I.F.F.A is seen jumping around the massive crystal, punching out giant pieces of it, something a normal human isn't capable of doing. She even comes down to the ground, lifts the Giant Crystal out of its place, and punches out some pieces from the lower areas of the crystal. Chihaya appears after the Giant Crystal drops back into place, and after "admiring" it, she notices you and plans on battling you, but R.I.F.F.A tells her they have all the Ancient Crystal they need and to leave, which they along with the Turiavita Grunts do.

Upon first arriving in Yumenight City, a cutscene of Isana being attacked by Turiavita Grunts and her Musharna being taken from her occurs. After the Grunts run into you and you battle them, Merry appears and explains that Turiavita is trying to enter the Dream World in order to steal an unusual bright-colored diamond located within there. Upon reach the Dream Gate, Merry is caught in a battle with a Turiavita Grunt while you're forced to fight another one. After the Grunt is defeated, R.I.F.F.A comes out of the Dream Gate with the Solar Diamond and tells you that since Turiavita's got what they needed, they have no more need for the Dream Gate and she even says to Merry that she'll never be able to get back to the Dream World before bombs blow up the gate, sealing the path to the Dream World. After you fight R.I.F.F.A and defeat her, Merry manages to snatch the Solar Diamond and Isana's Musharna from her. After R.I.F.F.A once again remarks that Merry is stuck where she is and leaves, Merry gives you the Solar Diamond, saying that you should hold onto it. Yumeiji and Isana arrive on the scene and Merry gives Isana her Musharna back.

When you first arrive at the Abandoned Manor, you find a girl named Kaori, later revealed to be the Miyagami Gym Leader, explaining that her friend Rino went inside the manor and hasn't come out before heading inside herself. Inside the manor are Turiavita Grunts that you have to fight before reaching Kaori, who manages to find a secret entrance. It turns out that Turiavita has a secret lab in the basement where they're keeping data on Legendary Pokémon. After fighting through more Grunts, you enter a room where two fossils, the Magma Fossil and the Earth Fossil, are being scanned on a table. Upon approaching one of the fossils and deciding to take it, a Scientist working for Turiavita enters the room and explains that both fossils are to be resurrected by Turiavita to assist them in their plans. The Scientist then battles you. After defeating him, R.I.F.F.A runs into the room and takes the fossil you didn't pick up, then leaves just as quickly. Inside the lab's database is Chihaya, who is looking up information on Solares. After noticing you, she battles you. After being defeated, Chihaya explains that you won't stop her from "reuniting" with Solares. After she and the rest of Turiavita leave both the lab and manor, a Card Key can be picked up in the next room. This item is used to power down the laser grid in Rino's cell in the area of cells nearby, freeing her.

Later during the game, upon first entering Kitohara Desert, another cutscene occurs at Turiavita's mansion, in a room with Chihaya, R.I.F.F.A, and Karasu. Karasu tells the other two that the "demonstration" is about to begin and that he plans on going to make sure it's successful.

As you head down Route 308, you're treated to a cutscene of a Turiavita helicopter flying over the area and deploying an unusual bomb with the Turiavita symbol on it. Upon it hitting the desert floor, it explodes in a dome of green, blue, and yellow colors. Suddenly, a large jungle materializes out of nowhere within the area of the bomb explosion. The helicopter then goes back to the jungle and touches down inside it. After the cutscene ends, after you enter the newly created jungle, there are Turiavita Grunts placed throughout, with Karasu in the center. Upon reaching him, he explains to you that what you're in is an environment created by the Genesis Bomb, made possible by Ancient Crystal. The "Genesis Jungle" as he calls it, is as he puts it, is a "tiny" demonstration of what Turiavita aims to do. He tells you that you've been told enough and that he can't let you leave. You then end up battling him. After he's defeated, Karasu tells you that their work with the Genesis Jungle is done, but that you can't stop their goals before leaving the area.

Starting after you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), if you head back to Azure Swamp, you'll find a stone wall that wasn't there before. Within the wall is a doorway leading into a chamber called the Hydro Chamber, where a relic called the Hydro Prism would normally be found. However, the item isn't there, and it appears that someone had taken it. It's pretty obvious who is the one responsible for taking this item from here…

After obtaining the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Turiavita, being led by R.I.F.F.A, attacks the Cathedral in Ert'Aria in order to steal the Hydro Diamond, having knocked out everyone, including Nagan Maycraft. The Oasis group decides to hold off some of the Turiavita Grunts while you team up with Chelsea Acrot to fight the remainder of the Grunts. However, Turiavita manages to escape with the Hydro Diamond.

Later during the game, upon reaching the Prism Mine, either Carina Verritti (Flora) or Haruna (Azure) approaches you and tells you that Leicester Maycraft (Flora) or Ayumu Aikawa (Azure) went into the mine to investigate, but may have been found by Turiavita, who have attacked the mine. You and Carina/Haruna go through he mine, fighting Turiavita Grunts found throughout, and eventually reach the Solar Chamber, where one of the Genesis Prisms is stored. Chihaya is also here, and she threatens Carina/Haruna and demands you give her the Solar Diamond. Carina/Haruna attempts to hold her back as you explore the mine some more and take Turiavita down. Shortly before reaching the deepest part of the mine, Carina/Haruna catches up with you, but reveals that Chihaya managed to take the Solar Prism. After heading a bit further, R.I.F.F.A is found, revealing that she's holding Leicester/Ayumu hostage. She and a Turiavita Grunt then battle you and Carina/Haruna in a Double Battle. After she's defeated, R.I.F.F.A reveals that "Mama's" Genesis Bomb opened the way to the Genesis Prisms and that they've managed to grab the last one they need and tells you "Mama's" "dream" will soon come true. She and the rest of Turiavita then leave the mine and you and Carina/Haruna head into a room where Leicester/Ayumu is locked in a cell. Carina/Haruna frees him and both of them and you head out the mine's exit, where Bonnie appears and explains about the Genesis Prisms and that Turiavita plans on creating something with them.

After you enter Yokai Cave, you're treated to another cutscene inside Turiavita's mansion. The cutscene begins in Chihaya's bedroom as she opens a window and is shown holding the Solar Prism. She says that it won't be long before she'll have Solares. A little later, Chihaya, Karasu, and R.I.F.F.A are in the foyer as Del Donna explains to them that since they have the Genesis Prisms, they are to be taken to the Plasma Factory and be used to create the Terra Chain, Hydro Chain, and Solar Chain. Chihaya says that she'll personally take the Solar Prism there.

Upon reaching Marina Port, another cutscene occurs at a museum in Hakujou City. Here, a Turiavita helicopter touches down on the roof and Turiavita Grunts being led by Karasu head out and enter the museum from above. They attack the place and make their way into a vault where the Terra Diamond is stored. Karasu takes the diamond, and explains that they now have two of the Genesis Diamonds and all that is left is the Solar Diamond. Turiavita then leaves just as fast as they came, a bunch of people in Hakujou City shocked at what had just happened.

Later during the game, Looker appears on Route 312, explaining to you that he saw Turiavita at the Plasma Factory, an abandoned building where a corporation once had done energy research. He decides that seeing your confrontations with Turiavita, the two of you should go and investigate. Upon entering the Plasma Factory, Looker disguises himself as a Turiavita Grunt and tells you that Turiavita has reactivated the factory and has made some renovations for research purposes. He decides to have a look around the place while you explore the factory, battling Turiavita Grunts and scientists along the way. Before entering the central room of the factory, a Secretary working for Turiavita stops you and you have to battle her. Upon defeating her, you enter the center of the factory, where the Genesis Chains are being made. Chihaya is here as the Solar Chain, the last of the chains, is completed and she takes it. She then notices you and tells you that the last thing she needs is the Solar Diamond and that you better give it to her or else. You then end up battling her a second time. After she's defeated, Chihaya activates a self-destruct mechanism that will destroy the factory and leaves through a secret passageway. During the rush to get out of the factory, you find Looker again and the two of you manage to get out before the place explodes.

This is just part one of Turiavita's bio. Due to post limitations, I'll post the rest later.

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A little bit of Trivia on Turiavita's role in Flora/Azure:

As with every Pokémon game, there is a villainous team causing trouble, and given the deal with the major characters in Flora/Azure, I've decided to make Turiavita fill that role.

I've decided to make Turiavita when it comes to their goals stand out from other such groups. Turiavita's basic goals happen to be genetic superiority in this case.

Turiavita's grand plan of replacing all life with a super race ends up making them similar to Umbrella Inc. from the Resident Evil games. In short, Flora/Azure-wise, you could consider Turiavita an expy of Umbrella.

Turiavita, like Team Plasma in Black/White, pushes the game's plot forward at times and it becomes increasingly obvious that it may not just be about you winning the Pokémon League.

Once I had thought up the Genesis Trio, that gave Turiavita a concrete plan to throw into motion and would coincide with their plans of creating a world for their advanced race to be able to thrive.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 04, 2012, 09:28:19 pm
TURIAVITA (Cont.)

The moment you go into Maze Mountain, you'll be treated to a cutscene at Turiavita's base where Karasu is telling the scientists that work for the organization that they're no longer needed and decides that they are to be disposed of, much to the dismay of the scientists. A number of Turiavita Grunts have their Pokémon attack the scientists as the cutscene ends.

Upon leaving Hakujou City after you've got the Force Badge, another cutscene occurs, this time at the Pokémon Institute. R.I.F.F.A has lead an attack on the place and Turiavita Grunts have rounded up Professor Palm and the other researchers. After devastating the Institute, R.I.F.F.A explains they need Professor Palm for an unspecified reason and that the other researchers are not needed. At this point, the Turiavita Grunts have their Pokémon attack the researchers.

Shortly after you cross Hakujou Lake, Richelle/Ricard and Yukiho arrive to tell you to turn on your X-Transceiver, where you get a message from Karasu telling you that Turiavita is holding Professor Palm hostage, and that they want the Solar Diamond in your possession. The place where the exchange is to be made, the Nomadic Ruins. Upon arriving there, you and Richelle/Ricard team up to fight Turiavita Grunts, but Yukiho just follows you. Along the way, you'll find a Turiavita Grunt that turns out to be Looker is disguise, explaining that he heard what happened and wants to figure out what Turiavita's plan is. Upon reaching the center of the ruins, you find Chihaya, Karasu, and R.I.F.F.A, as well as Professor Palm. Chihaya thanks Yukiho for bringing the Solar Diamond to her, revealing that the whole time we've known her, Yukiho was a spy for Turiavita, who in a cutscene snatches the Solar Diamond from your hands and gives it to Chihaya. After doing do, Looker, still disguised as a Turiavita Grunt, arrives, but he is immediately exposed by Chihaya having Ninetales use Flamethrower on him. At this point, a four-way battle ensues; R.I.F.F.A attacks Richelle/Ricard, Chihaya attacks Looker, and Yukiho attacks Professor Palm. You end up battling Karasu for the second time. However, everyone else loses their battle to Turiavita and they disperse with the Solar Diamond.

As you go through Magiron Mountain, there's a path made by explosives that leads to the Terra Chamber, where the Terra Prism was kept. However, it's gone, as Turiavita already took it to use to create the Terra Chain and must have taken it long before you even reached there.

After you've gotten the Shade Badge, there's another cutscene at Turiavita's mansion where Chihaya is in a room with Yukiho as she admires the Solar Diamond. Yukiho decides to take at the Solar Diamond, but Chihaya responds by hitting her, stating that only she may gaze upon it. She then says that Solares will eventually be hers "once more". Deep within a massive base-like area, Karasu and R.I.F.F.A are with Del Donna, who explains that since they now have the Genesis Chains and the Genesis Diamonds, Turiavita can finally capture Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares, the three members of the Genesis Trio, who have the power to provide life to everything. However, they also have the power to end all life. She explains that she is to be a god, who will wipe out all life in existence, then create a new world, a world suited for her dream race of advanced beings, perfect beings that are both human and Pokémon merged together, but without all their genetic imperfections. It's here we also find out that R.I.F.F.A and her "sisters" are the prototype to that race.

Later, after obtaining the Shade Badge, you'll be approached by Richelle/Ricard, who explains that Turiavita has begun to make their move on the Genesis Temples and that they need to be stopped. At all three temples, Turiavita Grunts are in full force as they plan on capturing Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares. At the Terra Temple, Looker is found outside with information regarding the temple. At the temple's core, R.I.F.F.A, who's attempting to capture Terrias, is battled a third time. At the Hydro Temple, Richelle/Ricard is found outside with information regarding the temple. At the core of the temple is Karasu, who plans on capturing Hydrios, and is battled a third time. At the Solar Temple, Bonnie is found outside, who explains that Turiavita is going to capture Solares, before running inside. At the temple's core are Chihaya and Yukiho along with Bonnie, who is confronting them. Bonnie battles alongside you as Chihaya and Yukiho are fought in a Double Battle. However, using the Solar Diamond, Chihaya manages to summon Solares, who then disappears in a huge flash of light, along with Chihaya and Yukiho.

After defeating the Elite Four, you head up the stairs to challenge the Champion, who is revealed to be Bonnie, only to find Chihaya confronting her. At this point, we go to a cutscene of Turiavita's Island rising into the sky, followed by an immense flash of dark light that expands from the island and covers the entire world. Chihaya explains that Solares has been "corrupted" by Turiavita and as a result, it's covered the world in perpetual darkness, and that she plans on taking Bonnie with her to go and "purify" Solares and make it hers and hers alone. After they leave the destroyed Champion's room, Richelle/Ricard, Looker, and Professor Palm come into the room and explain that fate of everything is threatened by Turiavita and that you need to go and stop them. Richelle/Ricard calls out her/his Skibison to give her/himself, you, and Looker a lift to Turiavita's Island.

Upon arriving on Turiavita's Island, you approach the mansion to find multiple R.I.F.F.A's blocking the entrance and that you can't get past them. However, each of the Gym Leaders arrive one by one to hold back the R.I.F.F.A clones while you head into the mansion to stop Turiavita. After going inside the mansion, Karasu stops you in the foyer, explaining that Turiavita's dream will finally come to fruition and that the end of all life will usher in new superior life. The Elite Four then appear to keep Karasu at bay, telling you to find the entrance to Turiavita's base. Richelle/Ricard and Looker also stay behind. On the highest floor of the mansion happens to be a lab with a dome-like capsule holding the Azure Flute in its center. The computer in the back of the lab explains that the Azure Flute is used to open the path to the "area of origin", where the "original one" resides, as well as mysterious ruins linked to it. What Del Donna plans on doing with the Azure Flute is never executed, but given the Pokémon the item is linked to…

In the back of the mansion's basement is the entrance to Turiavita's base, where placed among the rooms are various R.I.F.F.A clones that won't battle you, but tell you that "Mama"'s dream will soon come to be. As you head deeper into the base, the same dark light from outside can be seen. Upon reaching the core of the base, you'll find Chihaya with Yukiho and Bonnie. Chihaya explains that she's waited her entire life to be with Solares and that you can't stop her. At this point, she summons Solares down into the chamber and then turns to Yukiho, saying that she doesn't need her anymore before commanding Solares to end Yukiho forever. However, just as Solares fires a blast of light at Yukiho, Terrias (Flora) or Hydrios (Azure) arrives and blocks the blast. At this point, Bonnie tells you that Terrias/Hydrios wants to battle you, and you have to catch it. After doing so, Chihaya explains that since you now have Terrias/Hydrios at your side, she'll battle you to purify Solares.

After defeating Chihaya, she is outraged that you managed to take down Solares and says that you'll pay dearly. At this point, Del Donna comes into the area and declares Chihaya a traitor for planning to leave with her Solares. Del Donna even goes on to explain that she knew what Chihaya was planning on doing all along, followed by her getting out of her wheelchair, an intimidating look in her eyes, and even goes as far as to knock Chihaya right off the platform. Del Donna then turns to you and explains that every human and Pokémon means nothing when measured against her vision of the future, and that all will be wiped from existence in order for her perfect race of both merged together to come to be. Looker and Richelle/Ricard come into the area, appalled at Del Donna's statement, who then explains that she still has Solares, and that she'll take Terrias/Hydrios from you, and that Hydrios (Flora) or Terrias (Azure) will follow. At this point, Del Donna battles you, but after being defeated, claims that this is only the beginning. At this point, Hydrios (Flora) or Terrias (Azure) arrives, siding with the other, and the two of them fire blasts of energy at Solares, which end up purifying it. Del Donna, shocked at what just happened, doesn't have much time to react as Solares then envelops her in a huge pillar of concentrated light, and after it dissipates, nothing is left.

After Del Donna apparently disappears, alarms go off throughout the base, indicating that the base's self-destruct failsafe has activated and that the whole place is going to be destroyed. Bonnie explains that the explosion will be so huge, that all of the Nostrum region is going to be destroyed. Looker wonders what can be done, but Terrias (Flora) or Hydrios (Azure) flaps its wings and you, Bonnie, and Yukiho end up on it while Hydrios (Flora) or Terrias (Azure) gives Looker and Richelle/Ricard a lift. Both Pokémon fly to outside the island as the endless darkness that has enveloped the world is gone and is as little as a second, all five are deposited on a cliff back at Tridestin Atoll, where all the Gym Leaders and Elite Four members are at. Solares then flies out of Turiavita's island at the speed of light and creates a barrier of light that encases the entire island, which then explodes in a magenta-color explosion that is contained within the barrier. Solares manages to then shrink the barrier until it and the explosion disappears entirely. Upon the barrier vanishing, Turiavita's island has also disappeared entirely, bringing an end to Turaivita once and for all.

After being knighted in Royal Capital City, Looker will come to you to tell you that Turiavita is still around and have been found at an ancient temple in the desert. When you approach Route 323, you'll discover Turiavita having opened the Uroboros Temple and will have to head inside and fight them. After you've made it past several Turiavita Grunts, you find Karasu at the center of the temple, standing in front of the petrified Basiboros, who he plans to awaken so that he can use its power to hypnotize everyone in Nostrum into following Turiavita's ambitions. Karasu will then battle you. After he's defeated, Karasu states that Basiboros will end your life right here and then, but the legendary Pokémon awakens while Karasu has his back turned and it moves its head to the front of his, causing its gaze to turn Karasu to stone, who in Azure, drops the Dark Stone. Karasu remains petrified for the rest of the game.

After stopping Turiavita at the Uroboros Temple, Looker will come to you to tell you that they've now been found at an abandoned military base. You'll be able to head down Route 326 to the Abandoned Base, where you'll find Turiavita searching the place and will have to fight them. In the center of the base is R.I.F.F.A (the original one), who plans on capturing the trans-dimensional Pokémon found here to please "Mama". R.I.F.F.A will battle you. After she's defeated, R.I.F.F.A will get angry and tells you that you won't take her "present" to "Mama" from her. It's at this point that Dimensium emerges from a small dimensional rift and R.I.F.F.A exclaims that the Pokémon will be hers, getting out one of her Pokémon to battle it. However, before she can, Dimensium opens a dimensional rift and sends R.I.F.F.A through before closing it, trapping her in another dimension. Also, if you're playing Flora, R.I.F.F.A drops the Light Stone.

During the Rainbow Castle event, Turiavita Grunts have attacked the castle in order to capture Auright and are found around and inside the structure. Each of them must be defeated before Auright will appear and you'll be able to catch it.

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This was simply the rest of the main description for Turiavita's actions in the game. Next up will be the separate character bios for them.

After the release of Black/White, I decided to make the climax of their plans occur at the end of the game, replacing the Champion battle, and have you fight Chihaya one last time (where she uses Solares against you), followed by your battle with Del Donna.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 05, 2012, 05:20:01 pm
TURIAVITA (Cont.)

Chihaya Kisaragi (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: Chihaya is best described as a total psychopath who delights in destruction and S&M-type behavior (she seems almost turned on when blowing up a location such as ruins). When she was young, Chihaya was taken in by the Grand Ruler of Nostrum and Del Donna, the two head scientists at the Pokémon Institute. She learned about the Genesis Trio from Del Donna, and was most notably interested in Solares. 10 years prior, during the "Dawn of the Purple Moon" incident, Del Donna tried to summon Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares, and Chihaya caught a glimpse of Solares. After the incident, she left the Pokémon Institute and went to Turiavita in hopes of "reuniting" with Solares and becoming one with it (in a creepy way).

Chihaya appears shortly after the start of the game along with R.I.F.F.A out on Route 301 leading to the Pokémon Institute, the two of them talking about Legendary Pokémon. They don't notice you hearing them talk, however. Later, after defeating Turiavita at an unknown structure, a cutscene occurs in a mansion on an island belonging to Turiavita involving Chihaya, Karasu, and Del Donna. Karasu explains to Del Donna that they've scoped the Terra Temple, but that a kid interfered. Chihaya is looking out the window and has a brief flashback of seeing Solares.

Chihaya appears again in Crystal Valley overlooking Turiavita's operation of taking Ancient Crystal to use for their plans. She's very interested in the golden yellow part of the Giant Crystal, saying that it reminds her of "it", and even hugs it. After defeating the Turiavita Grunts in the valley, Chihaya notices what you're doing and decides to make you pay for attempting to deny her of what she desires most. R.I.F.F.A appears and tells Chihaya that they have what they need and to leave. Chihaya says that she better not see you again. After Chihaya and R.I.F.F.A leave the valley, the Turiavita Grunts do so as well.

The next time Chihaya's seen is in the database area of Turiavita's lab under the Abandoned Manor, looking up information on Solares on the main computer. After you enter the room, she notices you and explains that you have no business in getting in the way of what she desires most, and this time she decides to battle you. After defeating her, Kaori Izumi runs into the room to see what was going on, but Chihaya says that you'll never find out what she's out to do and then downloads all data in the lab onto an integrated data disk, then erases all data from the lab, shutting down everything in the lab in the process. Before Chihaya leaves, she says that next time you two cross paths, she'll take her Solar Diamond from you.

Later, when you first enter Kitohara Desert, another cutscene at Turiavita's mansion occurs as Chihaya is in a room with Karasu and R.I.F.F.A next to a scanning table of some sort. Karasu explains to the other two that the "demonstration" is about to commence and that he's going to personally oversee it before heading into the foyer to talk with Del Donna about the plan.

When exploring the Prism Mine and discovering the chamber holding the Solar Prism, Chihaya is found within the Solar Chamber, threatening Carina Verritti (Flora) or Haruna (Azure) and even goes as far as to hit her. After you go up to Carina/Haruna, Chihaya says that you better hand over the Solar Diamond if you know what's good for you. Carina/Haruna tries to hold back Chihaya as you go and explore the mine further. A bit later, Carina/Haruna finds you again, explaining that Chihaya defeated her and also fled with the Solar Prism.

Upon entering Yokai Cave, another cutscene at Turiavita's mansion occurs in what appears to be Chihaya's bedroom. Chihaya opens the window and produces the Solar Prism, explaining that it won't be long before she sees Solares again. A bit later, Chihaya is in the foyer with Karasu, R.I.F.F.A, and Del Donna as Turiavita's leader explains that now that they have the Genesis Prisms, they are to be taken to the Plasma Factory to be used to create the Terra Chain, Hydro Chain, and Solar Chain. Chihaya decides to personally take the Solar Prism to that location.

Chihaya later appears in the Plasma Factory in the area where the Genesis Chains are being constructed. The Solar Chain, the last of the three, has just been completed, as Chihaya holds out her hand and the chain goes right into it. She then notices you enter the room and tells you that now all she has left is the Solar Diamond and for you to give it to her or else. When you refuse, she decides to fight you a second time. After being defeated, Chihaya decides to activate a self-destruct device and says that after the place explodes with you in it, she'll come back to take what is rightfully hers before leaving through a secret passageway.

After Turiavita attacks the Pokémon Institute, Chihaya appears at the Nomadic Ruins waiting for you to deliver the Solar Diamond to her. Upon you arriving with Richelle or Ricard and Yukiho, Chihaya thanks Yukiho for bringing her the Solar Diamond. After Yukiho snatches the Solar Diamond from you, Chihaya taunts you while holding it, saying that now she'll be able to become one with Solares. After Looker, disguised as a Turiavita Grunt, arrives, Chihaya has her Ninetales use Flamethrower on him, exposing him. During the four-way battle, Chihaya decides to take on Looker, saying that on one will separate her from Solares. After you've defeated Karasu a second time, Chihaya comes into the area and reveals that she's planted bombs throughout the Nomadic Ruins, which will destroy the entire area. She then "thanks" you for "giving" her the Solar Diamond as Yukiho arrives by her and her Altaria swoops down to get them both out of the area.

After obtaining the Shade Badge, a cutscene occurs at Turiavita's mansion, where Chihaya, admiring the Solar Diamond in her hand, is in a room with Yukiho. Yukiho decides to take a look, but Chihaya hits her, saying that only her eyes may gaze upon the Solar Diamond. Chihaya then says that it won't be long before Solares is hers "once again".

Later on, during Turiavita's attack on the Genesis Temples, Chihaya appears with Yukiho in the core of the Solar Temple, Bonnie confronting them. It's here that it's revealed that Bonnie and Chihaya knew each other from before the "Dawn of the Purple Moon" incident. Bonnie explains that what Del Donna had done is unforgivable and that she's upset at Chihaya for siding with her and all that she's done. Chihaya says that Bonnie's father may have been the king of the Nostrum region, but that he paid for trying to "take" Solares from her. Bonnie is appalled that Chihaya still only cares about Solares and that she won't let her or Turavita win. It's at this point a Tag Battle with you and Bonnie against Chihaya and Yukiho occurs. After the battle, Chihaya reveals that while the battle was going on, the Solar Diamond was active and that Solares will appear at any time. After a golden yellow portal opens and Solares comes out of it, the Pokémon emits a huge flash of light and once it's gone, so are Chihaya, Yukiho, and Solares.

After defeating the Elite Four and heading up the stairs to the Champion's room, Chihaya is there confronting Bonnie. After Turiavita's Island rises into the sky and the world is covered in darkness, Chihaya explains that Solares has been "corrupted" and that the last thing she needs to do to make Solares hers is to "purify" it, and that in order to do that, she'll need the princess and Champion of Nostrum. A Flygon then appears and whisks both Chihaya and Bonnie to Turiavita's Island.

In the core of Turiavita's base, Chihaya is seen with Yukiho and Bonnie. Chihaya explains that all that truly matters to her is to be with Solares and that that was the reason she joined Turiavita, to make Solares hers. She goes on to say that that's why she was born into this world and it's her destiny to be with Solares. After Solares comes down into the chamber, Chihaya explains that she no longer needs Yukiho and states that their "friendship" was a sham. Chihaya decides to have Solares end Yukiho forever, but Terrias (Flora) or Hydrios (Azure) comes out through a portal to block the blast of dark light from Solares. After you've captured Terrias or Hydrios, Chihaya says that she'll purify Solares by battling you. After the battle, Chihaya is outraged that you keep denying her to be with Solares and that you'll all pay dearly. However, Del Donna comes into the area and brands Chihaya a traitor for attempting to leave with Solares. After explaining that she knew the whole time that Chihaya only wanted Solares and that she used Chihaya to obtain Solares for her plan, Del Donna gets out of her wheelchair and knocks Chihaya off the platform. She isn't seen again in the game.


Karasu (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: Karasu is a high-ranking member of Turiavita and is Del Donna's right-hand man. It's his job to carry out and oversee Turiavita's operations and make sure that no one tries to interfere with them. He also tends to Del Donna due to her supposed crippled state. There's not much known about Karasu other than that he's completely loyal to Del Donna and has been with Turiavita for a long time. The only other piece of information known about him is that he said that his father used to be a member of the Cat of Grand Lodge (what this means is completely unknown and is a subject of speculation).


R.I.F.F.A (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: R.I.F.F.A appears to be a little girl, but she actually happens to be one of Turiavita's greatest accomplishments. She is almost impossibly strong (to the point of being able to hold the Giant Crystal via her own strength) and is also capable of hacking into the Pokémon Institute's database on a whim. However, R.I.F.F.A has a sadistic and cruel personality and also an overwhelming sense of superiority. She is a Mischling, a fusion of human and Pokémon to create a new super race, but is inherently unstable as a prototype. R.I.F.F.A is a key part of Turiavita's plans to wipe out all life in existence and replace it with the aforementioned super race. It's also revealed towards the game's climax that there are countless clones of her, although none of these are ever actually battled.


Yukiho Hagiwara (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info (Cont.): Upon reaching Glaciberg City, you're treated to a cutscne occurring on what appears to be Turiavita's island. A helicopter touches down a bit from the mansion and Yukiho steps out of it. She then starts thinking about her past, how as a little girl, she was an orphan, and none of the other kids would spend time with her. One of her friends was a Snover who she befriended during the winter. Through the cinematics, we see a mysterious woman come to her, her only other friend.

Another scene shows young Yukiho at what appears to be Azure Swamp. Within the grasses there, an Oddish pops out. The cinematics then show the mystery woman managing to catch the Oddish and gives it to Yukiho as a present. Yukiho then hugs the woman after being given her new Pokémon. We go back to the present, and through the cinematics added in, we see Yukiho walk up to the mystery woman who takes her hand. We then discover that the other person is Chihaya, who welcomes Yukiho "home". Chihaya tells Yukiho that she needs her to do one more thing for her. Yukiho says that for her friend, she would do anything.

Upon exiting Maze Mountain, we're treated to another cutscene at the Pokémon Institute, where Yukiho is at a computer. She presses a button and we then go to the defense controls for the Institute, where a "WARNING" sign appears.

After you've made it across Hakujou Lake to Route 316, Yukiho arrives with Richelle/ Ricard, explaining that there was an attack at the Pokémon Institute and that you need to turn on your X-Transceiver. A message from Karasu appears telling you that Prof. Palm is being held hostage by Turiavita and that they want the Solar Diamond in exchange for her. He explains that you are to go to the Nomadic Ruins, where the exchange will be made. Both Yukiho and Richelle/Ricard follow you to the ruins, where you and your rival take on Turiavita Grunts in Double Battles. Yukiho will just follow behind you. Along the way, the group encounters Looker in disguise, who explains that he's trying to find out what Turiavita is planning. At the center of the ruins, you encounter Chihaya, Karasu, and R.I.F.F.A holding Prof. Palm captive. Chihaya thanks Yukiho for bringing her the Solar Diamond, and it's at this point that you, Richelle/Ricard, and Prof. Palm discover that Yukiho was a spy for Turiavita, confirming the previous cutscenes involving Yukiho. In a cinematic, she snatches the Solar Diamond from your hands and gives it to Chihaya. After Chihaya taunts you with the Solar Diamond now being hers, Richelle/Ricard asks Yukiho why she's siding with Turiavita. Yukiho responds that Chihaya is her friend and it was her mission to infiltrate the Pokémon Institute and find out what they had on the Genesis Trio, and also prevent the Institute from interfering with Turiavita. Looker then arrives, still in disguise, but is quickly exposed when Chihaya has Ninetales use Flamethrower on him. You approach Yukiho, but she pushes you back, saying that she only pretended to be your friend to get close to you, that that was her mission. At this point, a four-way battle begins, and Yukiho goes up against Prof. Palm, telling her that it was her job to learn everything she could from the Institute, and that Chihaya is her friend. After you defeat Karasu, Yukiho appears alongside Chihaya and the two of them fly off on Chihaya's Altaria.

Once you've obtained the Shade Badge, we get another cutscene at Turiavita's mansion with Chihaya and Yukiho, Yukiho now wearing an outfit similar to Chihaya's. Chihaya is admiring the Solar Diamond. Yukiho tries to take a look, but Chihaya hits her, saying that no one but her may look upon the Solar Diamond. Chihaya adds on that soon, she'll have Solares.

When Turiavita makes their move to capture the Genesis Trio, Yukiho appears alongside Chihaya in the core of the Solar Temple, Bonnie confronting both of them. Yukiho reveals that Chihaya is her friend and that everything she's doing is for her. She adds on that she wants Chihaya to be happy and have what is "hers", and that she won't let anyone deny Chihaya. At his point, Chihaya and Yukiho engage you and Bonnie in a Double Battle (which contradicts what was said about Yukiho's poor battling skills at the beginning of the game). Two of her Pokémon, Mystiloom and Abomasnow, are most likely the final stages of the Oddish and Snover she had when she was younger. After being defeated, a golden yellow portal opens, with Solares coming out of it. It emits a huge flash of light and disappears along with Yukiho and Chihaya.

When you reach the core of Turiavita's base during the end of the game, Yukiho appears with Chihaya and Bonnie. After Solares comes down into the chamber, Chihaya reveals to Yukiho that she no longer needs her. Yukiho, feeling a little bit shocked at what was said asks Chihaya what she means. Chihaya says that she only appealed to Yukiho because she had no friends and only used her so that she could finally be "reunited" with Solares. Chihaya then adds that their "friendship" was a sham the whole time. As Yukiho is in shock over the revelation that Chihaya never really cared about her, Chihaya decides to have Solares finish Yukiho. When it looks like Yukiho is done for, Terrias (Flora) or Hydrios (Azure) comes through a portal and creates a barrier to block the dark light blast from Solares, protecting Yukiho.

After Turiavita's island is destroyed and Solares prevents the explosion from wiping out the rest of the Nostrum region, Yukiho finally comes around and apologizes to you, Richelle/Ricard, Bonnie, and Looker for all she's done. However, she now has a broken will and is in tears over realizing the truth about Chihaya.

After stopping Turiavita at the Uroboros Temple and the Abandoned Base, you get a call on your X-Transciever. It turns out to be Yukiho, who asks that you come to the cliff located outside the Ice Cavern. Upon heading there, you find Yukiho, back in her normal outfit. She once again apologizes for what she had done and explains that she was blinded by what she thought was friendship. As a start for making amends for what she did, Yukiho gives you an object that she was given. It turns out to be something called the Gray Stone. After giving it to you, Yukiho tells you that after all she did, there's no way she could ever go back to the Pokémon Institute and that what she should do for the time being is try to find herself. After saying good bye to you, Yukiho leaves, and is never seen again for the rest of the game.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 05, 2012, 05:23:30 pm
TURIAVITA (Cont.)

Del Donna (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: Del Donna is the leader of Turiavita, who appears as an old woman in a wheelchair, but is actually a very evil person. She believes that both humans and Pokémon are genetically imperfect beings and sees herself to become a god that will oversee a perfect super race of both fused together. Del Donna was once one of the two leading scientists and founders of the Pokemon Institute; the other one was the Grand Ruler of Nostrum. The two of them researched the potential of Pokémon, but Del Donna's research was twisted, her citing that in order for humans and Pokémon to be at their absolute strongest, they need to be merged together. She went as far as to attempt to create a prototype of this race, R.I.F.F.A. She also took in an orphan by the name of Chihaya and raised her as her apprentice, teaching Chihaya her ideals of a world where humans and Pokémon would be one race. Eventually, the Grand Ruler of Nostrum saw that Del Donna's research was archaic and ordered for it to be stopped once and for all.

10 years prior to the events of the game, Del Donna sought the power of the Genesis Trio, seeing that their powers over life would allow her dream to become a reality. In what would be known as the "Dawn of Purple Moon" incident, she attempted to carry this out, seeking to summon Terrias, Hyrdrios, and Solares. In the carnage that ensued, the Grand Ruler of Nostrum tried to stop Del Donna, but was killed by her, a young Princess Bonnie witnessing the event. After the incident, Del Donna fled and founded Turiavita, an organization whose main goals are to capture the Genesis Trio and use their powers to wipe out all life that exists; then create a new matrix where their own genetically-engineered race of both humans and Pokémon merged into one will be able to thrive.


Turiavita Grunts (Origin: iDOLM@STER Xenoglossia)
Info: These are lower members of Turiavita, appearing in both male and female versions. Turiavita Grunts are militaristic, wearing outfits resembling those of Special OPS soldiers, and appear well organized and competent. Their main purpose is to carry out Turiavita's plans and make sure no one tries to interfere with them, as well as eliminate any evidence of their actions. Turiavita Grunts tend to use a diverse pool of Poison-type, Dark-type, Chemical-type, and genderless Pokémon such as but not limited to Zubat, Houndour, Aciphere, Magnemite, and their respective lines.

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Here are the character bios for Turiavita's higher-ups as well as the basic description for the Grunts. Due to post limitations, I had to finish the post here.

Trivia: When it comes to before you fight Del Donna, I wanted to make the scene look quite intimidating and show that she's more than just an old woman in a wheelchair.

Also, despite what Chihaya and Del Donna are like, in my personal opinion at least, they're still not as horrific as Ghetsis from the 5th Gen games. :o
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 07, 2012, 12:35:06 am
ITEMS INTRODUCED IN FLORA/AZURE

HELD ITEMS

Berries
Higit Berry - Weakens foe's super-effective Light-type move.
Cidica Berry - Weakens foe's super-effective Chemical-type move.

Type-Enhancing Items
Flash Prism - Boosts the power of Light-type moves by 20% when held.
Acid Beaker - Boosts the power of Chemical-type moves by 20% when held.

Gems
Light Gem - Increases the power of the holder's first Light-type move by 50%, and is consumed after use.
Chemical Gem - Increases the power of the holder's first Chemical-type move by 50%, and is consumed after use.

Plates
Bright Plate – Raises the power of Light-type moves by 20%. Makes Arceus a Light-type Pokémon and makes Judgement a Light-type attack.
Acidic Plate - Raises the power of Chemical-type moves by 20%. Makes Arceus a Chemical-type Pokémon and makes Judgement a Chemical-type attack.

Drives
Plant Drive - Boosts the power of Techno Blast by 50% and makes Techno Blast a Grass-type move if held by Genesect.
Psych Drive - Boosts the power of Techno Blast by 50% and makes Techno Blast a Psychic-type move if held by Genesect.
Shade Drive - Boosts the power of Techno Blast by 50% and makes Techno Blast a Dark-type move if held by Genesect.
Light Drive - Boosts the power of Techno Blast by 50% and makes Techno Blast a Light-type move if held by Genesect.
Note: In Flora/Azure, the Burn, Douse, Shock, and Chill Drives also boost the power of Techno Blast by 50%.

Stat-Enhance
Terra Diamond - Increases the Attack and Special Attack of Terrias by 25%.
Hydro Diamond - Increases the Defense and Special Defense of Hydrios by 25%.

Condition Boosters
Spring Sun - Prevents PP reduction from Rain Dance when used by the holder. Also prevents PP reduction of Rain Dance from moves such as Spite and Grudge.
Summer Sun - Prevents PP reduction from Sunny Day when used by the holder. Also prevents PP reduction of Sunny Day from moves such as Spite and Grudge.
Fall Sun - Prevents PP reduction from Sandstorm when used by the holder. Also prevents PP reduction of Sandstorm from moves such as Spite and Grudge.
Winter Sun - Prevents PP reduction from Hail when used by the holder. Also prevents PP reduction of Hail from moves such as Spite and Grudge.
Note: All of these items are borrowed from the Harvest Moon games.

Herbs
Recharge Herb - Allows the user to omit the second turn of recharge-required moves. Consumed after use. It affects Hyper Beam, Giga Impact, Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, Rock Wrecker, Roar of Time, and Flash Burst. Also allows use of any Water-type move the turn after using Ultra Tsunami and Razor Storm and Laser Blast the turn after using the same move.

Negative-Effect Items
Inhibit Ring  - The holder's ability has no effect. Trace will still copy a foe's ability and Randomizer will still become a random ability, but the ability gained won't have any effect. Does not affect Multitype.

Power Boosters
Leaf Capsule - Boosts the power of Razor Leaf, Magical Leaf, Leaf Blade, Leaf Storm, Leaf Tornado, and Razor Storm by 30%.
Wind Gyro - Boosts the power of Gust, Razor Wind, Twister, Air Cutter, Air Slash, and Hurricane by 30%.
Laser Prism - Boosts the power of the holder's Electric-type special attacks by 30%.
Volt Engine - Boosts the power of the holder's Electric-type physical attacks by 30%.
Solar Diamond - Doubles the power of not very effective moves used by Solares.

Other
Beam Adapter – During the daytime under normal conditions, Weather Ball is a 100 base power Light-type attack when used by the holder. Makes Castform Light Castform and increases Castform's Defense and Special Defense by 25% each during the daytime under normal conditions.
Zen Relic – When held by Darmanitan with Zen Mode, makes Darmanitan its Zen Mode form regardless of HP.


VALUABLE ITEMS

Grasses
Red Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Gloom and Scrubrawl (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Orange Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Flowertrio and Flowersixtet (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Yellow Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Bellsprout and Weepinbell (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Green Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Oddish, Petilil, and Deku Scrub (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Teal Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Snapacid and Snapazard (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Blue Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Tangela (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Indigo Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Darksy and Nightinpale (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Violet Grass – Found by cutting tall grass (10%) and held by wild Cherubi and Cherrim (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
RainbowGrass – Found by cutting tall grass (1%) and held by wild Sunkern and Sunflora (2%). Sell Price: 5000p
Note: All of these items are borrowed from the Harvest Moon games or are inspired by them.

Scales
Red Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Magikarp, Shellos (West Sea), Gastrodon (West Sea), and Basculin (Red Stripe) (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Orange Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Feebas (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Yellow Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Stunfisk (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Green Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Geluppy and Gelardine (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Teal Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Shellos (East Sea) and Gastrodon (East Sea) (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Blue Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), and held by wild Gyarados and Basculin (Blue Stripe) (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Indigo Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), held by wild Carvanha and Sharpedo (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
Violet Scale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (10%), cutting seaweed when underwater (20%), held by wild Mantyke and Mantine (20%). Sell Price: 1000p
RainbowScale – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (1%), cutting seaweed when underwater (2%), held by wild Dratini and Dragonair (2%). Sell Price: 5000p

Crystite
Red Crystite – Found in Prism Mine and Firefall Ridge using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
OranCrystite – Found in Prism Mine and Kitohara Desert using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
YeloCrystite – Found in Prism Mine and Magiron Mountain using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
GrenCrystite – Found in Prism Mine, Flora Forest, and Azure Swamp using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
TealCrystite – Found in Prism Mine and Ice Cavern using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
BlueCrystite – Found in Prism Mine, Hakujou Lake, and Coral Cavern using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
IndiCrystite – Found in Prism Mine and Yokai Cave using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
Vio Crystite – Found in Prism Mine and Maze Mountain using Itemfinder (5%). Sell Price: 4000p
RBW Crystite – Found in Prism Mine using Itemfinder (1%). Sell Price: 20000p
Note: All of these items are borrowed from Shukufuku no Campanella or are inspired by them.

Stones
Ruby – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 1st Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Garnet – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%) 1st Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Topaz – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 1st Mine, 2nd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Emerald – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 2nd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Crystal – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%) 2nd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Sapphire – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 2nd Mine, 3rd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Mythril – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 3rd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Amethyst – Found in Crystal Valley using Itemfinder (2%), 3rd Mine, and 4th Mine (Deep Mines). Sell Price: 5000p
Rainbow Gem – Found at Hooded Waterwheel (Top) (Flora Only, Only One). Sell Price: 300000p
Note: All of these but the Rainbow Gem are borrowed from the Harvest Moon games or inspired by them.

Other Items
Red M-Flower – Found by cutting tall grass (5%) and held by wild Roselia (10%). Sell Price: 2000p
Note: This item's full name is Red Magicgrass Flower, and is borrowed from the Harvest Moon games.
BlueM-Flower – Found by cutting tall grass (5%) and held by wild Roselia (10%). Sell Price: 2000p
Note: This item's full name is Blue Magicgrass Flower and is borrowed from the Harvest Moon games.
RainbowShell – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (2%), cutting seaweed when underwater (4%), and held by wild Shellder and Staryu (4%). Sell Price: 4000p
G&S Shell – Found on beaches using Itemfinder (1%) and cutting seaweed when underwater (2%). Sell Price: 10000p
RBW Flower – Found by cutting tall grass (1%). Sell Price: 10000p
Note: This item is borrowed from Shukufuku no Campanella. It's also known as a Black Rainbow Flower.
Diamond – Found in Deep Mines (all mines) and held by wild Sableye (5%). Sell Piece: 5000p
Note: This item is borrowed from the Harvest Moon games.
Pink Diamond – Found in Deep Mines (all mines). Sell Price: 10000p
Note: This item is borrowed from the Harvest Moon games.
Gold Bar – Found in Deep Mines (all mines). Sell Price: 15000p
Silver Bar – Found in Deep Mines (all mines). Sell Price: 10000p
Rare Jewel – Found at Sky Tower (Top) (Azure Only, Only One). Sell Price: 300000p

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Here are the items found in Pokémon Flora and Azure. Note that virtually every item from past Pokémon games are also in Flora and Azure, so only the ones introduced in this game are brought up.

Also, some special notes for specific items:

The Inhibit Ring also shuts off the abilities Truant, Slow Start, and Defeatist, making it a godsend for Slaking, Regigigas, and Archeops. Flora/Azure-wise, if you see such a Pokémon in competitive play, it'll likely be holding this item.

The items Leaf Capsule and Wind Gyro can also be given to a man in Academy City to make TM95/97, which contains Razor Storm. The Laser Prism and Volt Engine can be given to the same person to make TM101/103, which contains Laser Blast.

The basic effect of the Recharge Herb is that after using a move like Hyper Beam, you'll still be able to attack, switch out, or use an item the turn after using the move.

The Beam Adapter goes with the items Sand Adapter, Leaf Adapter, Volt Adapter, Dusk Adapter, Smog Adapter, and Wind Adapter found here (http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=853448&postcount=59). You may need to look far down into the post to find them.

The purpose of the Zen Relic is to make Zen Mode Darmanitan more playable by putting in its Zen Mode form regardless of HP. Any Darmanitan labeled "Darmanitan-Z" is holding this item.

Since valuable items in Flora/Azure have a purpose other than being sold (mainly you can now give them to certain people as gifts), there are many more of them introduced. Some can even be bought at special marts.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 11, 2012, 06:09:30 pm
Sorry to keep you waiting, but I've been working on another project the past four days. However, next up for Pokémon Flora and Azure are the rosters for each major character in the game. First up, the first half of the Gym Leaders:

POKéMON FLORA/AZURE TRAINER ROSTERS

GYM LEADERS

Leader Madoka (F)
L12 Bronzor: Tackle, Confusion, Hypnosis, Telekinesis
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L13 Natu: Night Shade, Peck, Lucky Chant, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L14 Munna: Psybeam, Defense Curl, Psywave, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Forewarn) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Madoka (F) (Tag Partner)
L12 Bronzor: Tackle, Confusion, Hypnosis, Telekinesis
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L13 Natu: Night Shade, Peck, Lucky Chant, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L14 Munna: Psybeam, Defense Curl, Psywave, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Forewarn) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Madoka (F) (Rematch)
L64 Sigilyph: Psychic, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Air Slash
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: N/A)
L65 Slowking: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Surf, Blizzard
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Own Tempo) (Item: N/A)
L64 Flarancer: Psyshock, Dark Pulse, Overheat, Grass Knot
(Type: Fire/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Exeggutor: Razor Storm, Ancientpower, Psyshock, Stun Spore
(Type: Grass/Psychic) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L64 Bronzong: Psychic, Flash Cannon, Heal Block, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L66 Musharna: Shadow Ball, Hypnosis, Dream Eater, Nightmare
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Forewarn) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Leader Merry (F)
L20 Gastly: Lick, Night Shade, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost/Poison) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L21 Sableye: Night Shade, Fake Out, Shadow Claw, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Ghost) (AB: Keen Eye) (Item: N/A)
L22 Mystiloom: Absorb, Sleep Powder, Acid, Nightmare
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Merry (F) (Rematch)
L64 Mismagius: Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L65 Spiritomb: Dark Pulse, Silver Wind, Psychic, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Ghost/Dark) (AB: Pressure) (Item: N/A)
L64 Froslass: Ice Beam, Shadow Ball, Water Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: N/A)
L65 Gengar: Psychic, Shadow Ball, Focus Blast, Thunderbolt
(Type: Ghost/Poison) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L64 Chandelure: Overheat, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Mystiloom: Razor Storm, Shadow Ball, Sleep Powder, Nightmare
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)


Leader Kaori (F)
L24 Combusken: Ember, Low Sweep, Peck, Sand-Attack
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)
L25 Hitmontop: Low Sweep, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: Technician) (Item: N/A)
L26 Heracross: Fury Cutter, Brick Break, Horn Attack, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Kaori (F) (Rematch)
L64 Hitmontop: Close Combat, Rock Slide, Sucker Punch, Counter
(Type: Fighting) (AB: Technician) (Item: N/A)
L65 Thundekong: Wild Charge, Fire Punch, Close Combat, Earthquake
(Type: Electric/Fighting) (AB: Fervor) (Item: N/A)
L64 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L65 Scrafty: Head Smash, Focus Punch, Crunch, Substitute
(Type: Dark/Fighting) (AB: Moxie) (Item: Leftovers)
L64 Heracross: Megahorn, Endless Fight, Stone Edge, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: N/A)
L66 Blaziken: Flare Blitz, Hi Jump Kick, Earthquake, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Leader Carina (F)
L28 Prismary: Light Pulse, Light Screen, Shadow Ball, Dazzle Dance
(Type: Light) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: N/A)
L29 Blazight: Light Pulse, Burning Spin, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L30 Solant: Light Pulse, Solarbeam, Mirror Coat, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Carina (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Prismary: Light Pulse, Light Screen, Shadow Ball, Dazzle Dance
(Type: Light) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: N/A)
L31 Blazight: Light Pulse, Burning Spin, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L32 Solant: Light Pulse, Solarbeam, Mirror Coat, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Carina (F) (Rematch)
L64 Luminail: Hydro Pump, Light Pulse, Aqua Ring, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Light) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L64 Elestar: Lightspeed, Electro Ball, Grass Knot, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Light) (AB: Speed Volt) (Item: N/A)
L64 Blazight: Overheat, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Solant: Solarbeam, Bright Blast, Shadow Ball, Mirror Coat
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: N/A)
L65 Draflect: Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Draco Meteor, Mirror Coat
(Type: Light/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L66 Prisangel: Light Pulse, Signal Beam, Shadow Ball, Light Screen
(Type: Light) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Haruna (F)
L28 Acidicand: Acid Spray, HYDX Cluster, Fluoric Acid, Confuse Ray
(Type: Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L29 Biohyrax: Wing Attack, Steel Wing, HYDX Cluster, Acid Rain
(Type: Chemical/Flying) (AB: Acidic Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Mothical: Signal Beam, HYDX Cluster, Acid Armor, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Haruna (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Acidicand: Acid Spray, HYDX Cluster, Fluoric Acid, Confuse Ray
(Type: Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L31 Biohyrax: Wing Attack, Steel Wing, HYDX Cluster, Acid Rain
(Type: Chemical/Flying) (AB: Acidic Body) (Item: N/A)
L32 Mothical: Signal Beam, HYDX Cluster, Acid Armor, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Haruna (F) (Rematch)
L64 Scorchihem: Overheat, CMCL Cyclone, Night Slash, Flash Cannon
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: White Herb)
L64 Biohyrax: Hurricane, Acidic Blade, Heat Wave, Steel Wing
(Type: Chemical/Flying) (AB: Acidic Body) (Item: N/A)
L65 Snapazard: Razor Storm, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Rock Slide
(Type: Grass/Chemical) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L64 Muk: Reactive Crush, Chemical Missile, Ice Punch, Fire Punch
(Type: Poison/Chemical) (AB: Sticky Hold) (Item: N/A)
L65 Mothical: Bug Buzz, CMCL Cyclone, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L66 Chemicrush: Earthquake, Reactive Crush, Fire Punch, Focus Blast
(Type: Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 12, 2012, 12:51:30 am
Due to post limitations, I had to split the Gym Leader rosters into two. Here's the rest of them:

GYM LEADERS (Cont.)

Leader Mizore (F)
L31 Snover: Shadow Ball, Razor Leaf, Frost Breath, Mist
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: N/A)
L33 Vanillish: Water Pulse, Frost Breath, Acid Armor, Mirror Shot
(Type: Ice) (AB: Ice Body) (Item: N/A)
L32 Icebergact: Surf, Frost Breath, Earthquake, Light Screen
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Ice Pack) (Item: N/A)
L34 Froslass: Shadow Ball, Frost Breath, Water Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Mizore (F) (Rematch)
L65 Weavile: Ice Smash, Night Slash, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Ice) (AB: Pressure) (Item: N/A)
L64 Jynx: Blizzard, Water Pulse, Psychic, Calm Mind
(Type: Ice/Psychic) (AB: Forewarn) (Item: N/A)
L64 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Razor Storm, Earthquake, Light Screen
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Focus Sash)
L65 Froslass: Blizzard, Shadow Ball, Water Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: N/A)
L64 Glacimpact: Blizzard, Hydro Pump, Ice Wall, Earthquake
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Ice Pack) (Item: N/A)
L66 Vanilluxe: Blizzard, Flash Cannon, Water Pulse, Weather Ball
(Type: Ice) (AB: Ice Body) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Leader Haruka N. (F)
L35 Dragonair: Dragon Pulse, Flamethrower, Aqua Tail, Thunder Wave
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L37 Vibrava: Earthquake, Dragon Pulse, Crunch, Rock Slide
(Type: Ground/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L36 Druddigon: Crunch, Dragon Claw, Revenge, Chip Away
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Rough Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Altaria: Aerial Ace, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Flamethrower
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Haruka N. (F) (Rematch)
L64 Vovalgia: Flare Blitz, Earthquake, Dragon Rush, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L65 Flygon: Earthquake, Dragon Claw, Crunch, Fire Blast
(Type: Ground/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L64 Haxorus: Outrage, Shadow Claw, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Mold Breaker) (Item: N/A)
L65 Altaria: Dragon Claw, Flamethrower, Solarbeam, Earthquake
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L64 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Dragon Pulse, Blizzard, Signal Beam
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Sniper) (Item: Life Orb)
L66 Dragonite: Fire Punch, Draco Meteor, Solarbeam, Earthquake
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: White Herb)


Leader Erika S. (F)
L41 Crawdaunt: Waterfall, Dark Pulse, X-Scissor, Ice Smash
(Type: Water/Dark) (AB: Hyper Cutter) (Item: N/A)
L43 Nightinpale: Energy Ball, Dark Pulse, Signal Beam, Psychic
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L42 Honchkrow: Dark Pulse, Sky Attack, Heat Wave, Steel Wing
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: N/A)
L44 Zoroark: Dark Pulse, Focus Blast, Retaliate, Flamethrower
(Type: Dark) (AB: Illusion) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Erika S. (F) (Rematch)
L64 Drapion: Crunch, X-Scissor, Ice Fang, Aerial Ace
(Type: Poison/Dark) (AB: Sniper) (Item: N/A)
L64 Houndoom: Overheat, Dark Pulse, Solarbeam, Hidden Power
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Nightinpale: Solarbeam, Dark Pulse, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L64 Weavile: Ice Smash, Night Slash, X-Scissor, Aerial Ace
(Type: Dark/Ice) (AB: Pressure) (Item: N/A)
L65 Honchkrow: Aerial Ace, Heat Wave, Sucker Punch, Sunny Day
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: N/A)
L66 Zoroark: Dark Pulse, Flamethrower, Retaliate, Focus Blast
(Type: Dark) (AB: Illusion) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Leader Saber (F)
L47 Scizor: X-Scissor, Night Slash, Steel Wing, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: N/A)
L49 Lucario: Aura Sphere, Water Pulse, Flash Cannon, Psychic
(Type: Steel/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Bisharp: Metal Burst, Stone Edge, Faint Attack, X-Scissor
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L50 Metanilant: Leaf Blade, Steel Petal, X-Scissor, Earthquake
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Steel Armor) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Saber (F) (Rematch)
L64 Scizor: U-Turn, Night Slash, Iron Blade, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: Choice Scarf)
L64 Metaliquid: Acidic Blade, Stealth Rock, Thunder Wave, Metal Burst
(Type: Steel/Chemical) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: N/A)
L64 Bisharp: Iron Blade, Night Slash, X-Scissor, Stone Edge
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L65 Lucario: Close Combat, Water Pulse, Extremespeed, Psychic
(Type: Steel/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Metanilant: Leaf Blade, Iron Blade, Earthquake, X-Scissor
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Steel Armor) (Item: N/A)
L66 Metagross: Meteor Mash, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, Shadow Claw
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

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Also a bit of trivia:

To differentiate her from one of Flora and Azure's Elite Four, Haruka Nogizaka is called ingame Haruka N..

As to not be confused with a Grass-type Gym Leader from Kanto, Erika Sendou is called ingame Erika S..

Mizore's Vanillish is slightly underleveled. Vanillite doesn't become Vanillish until Level 34. However, wild Vanillish as low as Level 32 can be found in the Ice Cavern.

Saber's Bisharp is also underleveled the first time you fight her. Pawniard doesn't become Bisharp until Level 52.

Haruka Nogizaka has a small reason for training Dragon-type Pokémon. Hakujou Lake is home to Dratini and Dragonair and is said to have a Dragonite that acts as its guardian.

Erika Sendou's type speciality being Dark-types is a first, as we've never gotten a Dark-type Gym before.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 12, 2012, 05:08:38 pm
Now I'll be posting the Elite Four and Champion rosters. Note that even though you have an idea on who the Champion is, I've still marked that person as spoilers.

ELITE FOUR

Elite Four Misaka (F)
L51 Luxray: Ice Fang, Wild Charge, Crunch, Superpower
(Type: Electric) (AB: Rivalry) (Item: N/A)
L50 Birilatin: Thunder, Jelly Bomb, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L51 Plantplug: Razor Storm, Lightning Gun, Signal Beam, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Grass) (AB: Lightningrod) (Item: N/A)
L50 Rotom: Overheat, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Shadow Ball
(Type: Electric/Fire) (Form: Heat) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L52 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Elite Four Misaka (F) (Rematch)
L71 Eelektross: Wild Charge, Flamethrower, Grass Knot, Dragon Claw
(Type: Electric) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L70 Elestar: Lightspeed, Electro Ball, Grass Knot, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Light) (AB: Speed Volt) (Item: N/A)
L71 Jolteon: Thunderbolt, Shadow Ball, Signal Beam, Hidden Power
(Type: Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L70 Plantplug: Razor Storm, Lightning Gun, Focus Blast, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Grass) (AB: Lightningrod) (Item: Wide Lens)
L70 Rotom: Blizzard, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Electric/Ice) (Form: Frost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L72 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Recharge Herb)


Elite Four Haruka A. (F)
L51 Volcaquid: Surf, Fire Blast, Ice Beam, Earthquake
(Type: Water/Fire) (AB: Magma Armor) (Item: N/A)
L50 Camerupt: Earth Power, Stone Edge, Flamethrower, Solarbeam
(Type: Fire/Ground) (AB: Solid Rock) (Item: N/A)
L51 Chandelure: Overheat, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L50 Flarancer: Psychic, Flamethrower, Dark Pulse, Grass Knot
(Type: Fire/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L52 Typhlosion: Fire Blast, Thunderpunch, Earthquake, Focus Blast
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Elite Four Haruka A. (F) (Rematch)
L70 Houndoom: Overheat, Dark Pulse, Solarbeam, Hidden Power
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L71 Chandelure: Shadow Ball, Flamethrower, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L70 Flarancer: Psychic, Fire Blast, Grass Knot, Dark Pulse
(Type: Fire/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L71 Typhlosion: Fire Blast, Earthquake, Focus Blast, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)
L70 Magmortar: Fire Blast, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Solarbeam
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: N/A)
L72 Volcarona: Bug Buzz, Flamethrower, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Elite Four Yuri (F)
L53 Gastrodon: Surf, Earthquake, Blizzard, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: West) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L52 Lanturn: Thunder, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L53 Cloyster: Aqua Bomber, Icicle Spear, Signal Beam, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: N/A)
L52 Gyarados: Aqua Tail, Earthquake, Bounce, Dragon Dance
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: N/A)
L54 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Dragon Pulse, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Elite Four Yuri (F) (Rematch)
L72 Seismitoad: Hydro Pump, Earthquake, Chemical Missile, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ground) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: N/A)
L73 Empoleon: Surf, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)
L72 Starmie: Psychic, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Blizzard
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Wide Lens)
L72 Lapras: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: N/A)
L73 Gyarados: Waterfall, Earthquake, Ice Smash, Dragon Dance
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: N/A)
L74 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Draco Meteor, Blizzard, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: White Herb)


Elite Four Hinagiku (F)
L53 Leavanny: Leaf Blade, X-Scissor, Shadow Claw, Me First
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L52 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: N/A)
L53 Leafeon: Seed Bomb, Aerial Ace, X-Scissor, Swords Dance
(Type: Grass) (AB: Leaf Guard) (Item: N/A)
L52 Solant: Light Pulse, Solarbeam, Shadow Ball, Sunny Day
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L54 Ecocadia: Razor Storm, Weather Ball, Stone Edge, Aura Sphere
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Biome Shield) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Rematch)
L72 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Water Pulse, Ice Wall, Rain Dance
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Focus Sash)
L73 Exeggutor: Solarbeam, Psychic, Ancientpower, Synthesis
(Type: Grass/Psychic) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L72 Nightinpale: Solarbeam, Dark Pulse, Psychic, Sunny Day
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L72 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)
L73 Metanilant: Leaf Blade, X-Scissor, Iron Blade, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Steel Armor) (Item: N/A)
L74 Ecocadia: Razor Storm, Weather Ball, Air Slash, Aura Sphere
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Biome Shield) (Item: Recharge Herb)


CHAMPION

Princess Bonnie (F) (Tag Partner)
L46 Skibison: Fly, Body Slam, Crunch, Wide Guard
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L47 Rhydon: Stone Edge, Drill Run, Hammer Arm, Take Down
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Rock Head) (Item: N/A)
L48 Gallade: Low Sweep, Psycho Cut, X-Scissor, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Champion Bonnie (F)
L76 Charizard: Air Slash, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Dragon Claw
(Type: Fire/Flying) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)
L77 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Light Pulse, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: N/A)
L76 Sunflorazumarill: Waterfall, Leaf Blade, Ice Smash, Drain Punch
(Type: Grass/Water) (AB: Huge Power) (Item: N/A)
L77 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Leaf Blade, Close Combat, X-Scissor
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L76 Rhyperior: Earthquake, Avalanche, Rock Wrecker, Megahorn
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Solid Rock) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L78 Hydreigon: Fire Blast, Spectrum Bomb, Surf, Focus Blast
(Type: Dark/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Wide Lens)

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Also some trivia:

So that people don't confuse her with one of Flora and Azure's Gym Leaders, Haruka Amami is called ingame Haruka A..

The Haruka Amami seen in Flora and Azure is the iM@S one, unlike Chihaya and Yukiho, who are their Xenoglossia counterparts.

The move Spectrum Bomb is always the same type as the user. When a dual-type Pokémon uses it, you get to choose which type it is beforehand.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 13, 2012, 11:58:29 pm
Next up with the Trainer rosters are the battles you have with your rival Richelle, who only appears if you're playing as the male player. Note that the (A), (B), and (C) teams denote which starter the rival chose out of Tepig, Oshawott, and Snivy. Also note that due to post limitations, these are just the first half.

RIVAL BATTLES

Rival Battles (Richelle)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L5 Tepig: Tackle, Tail Whip
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L5 Oshawott: Tackle, Tail Whip
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L5 Snivy: Tackle, Leer
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Tepig: Tackle, Tail Whip, Ember
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Oshawott: Tackle, Tail Whip, Water Gun
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Snivy: Tackle, Leer, Vine Whip
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Solout: Flash Beam, Growth, Magical Leaf, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L23 Pignite: Arm Thrust, Rollout, Flame Charge, Smog
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Flaricid: Incinerate, Fluoric Acid, Smog, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L23 Dewott: Razor Shell, Fury Cutter, Water Sport, Focus Energy
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Birilly: Water Pulse, Thundershock, Whirlpool, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L23 Servine: Wrap, Leaf Tornado, Growth, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Pignite: Arm Thrust, Flame Charge, Rollout, Take Down
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L30 Dewott: Water Pulse, Fury Cutter, Revenge, Focus Energy
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L30 Servine: Slam, Leaf Tornado, Aqua Tail, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L37 Emboar: Heat Crash, Take Down, Hammer Arm, Rollout
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L37 Samurott: Revenge, Water Pulse, Slash, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L37 Serperior: Aqua Tail, Leaf Blade, Aerial Ace, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L40 Emboar: Heat Crash, Take Down, Hammer Arm, Assurance
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L40 Samurott: Revenge, Water Pulse, Slash, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L40 Serperior: Aqua Tail, Leaf Blade, Aerial Ace, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

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Now about where each rival battle occurs:

First Battle: Right after you receive your starter Pokémon at the Pokémon Institute.

Second Battle: The moment you go to Route 2 after leaving Flora Forest.

Third Battle: On Route 5 just before entering Azure Swamp.

Fourth Battle: Upon returning to Route 10 after obtaining the Bright Badge or Zombie Badge.

Fifth Battle: Just before you exit Maze Mountain.

Tag Partner: Teams up with you to fight Turiavita Grunts in Double Battles at Nomadic Ruins.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 14, 2012, 03:37:03 am
Here are the rest of the battles with Richelle:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Richelle) (Cont.)

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L50 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L51 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flamethrower, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L50 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L51 Samurott: Surf, Ice Beam, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L50 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L51 Serperior: Leaf Blade, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L67 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L68 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L67 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L68 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L67 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L68 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L77 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L78 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L77 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L78 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L77 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L78 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L87 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L88 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L87 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L88 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L87 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L88 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

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Now about where each rival battle occurs:

Sixth Battle: Right outside of Victory Road.

Post-Game Rematch 1: At the Pokémon Pavillion in Royal Capital City after the credits. Can be battled any time during the weekends.

Post-Game Rematch 2: Same location; defeat the Elite Four and Bonnie. Can be battled any time during the weekends.

Post-Game Rematch 3: Same location; defeat the Elite Four and Bonnie 20 times. Can be battled any time during the weekends.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 14, 2012, 05:25:11 pm
Now here are the battles you have with Ricard. Note that his Pokémon are exactly the same as Richelle's. This is because Ricard only appears if you're playing as the female player and takes the place of Richelle entirely. Also he appears in the same areas as Richelle. This is just the first half of your battles with him.

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Ricard)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L5 Tepig: Tackle, Tail Whip
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L5 Oshawott: Tackle, Tail Whip
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L5 Snivy: Tackle, Leer
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Tepig: Tackle, Tail Whip, Ember
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Oshawott: Tackle, Tail Whip, Water Gun
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L7 Ralts: Growl, Confusion
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L9 Snivy: Tackle, Leer, Vine Whip
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Solout: Flash Beam, Growth, Magical Leaf, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L23 Pignite: Arm Thrust, Rollout, Flame Charge, Smog
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Flaricid: Incinerate, Fluoric Acid, Smog, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L23 Dewott: Razor Shell, Fury Cutter, Water Sport, Focus Energy
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L22 Kirlia: Confusion, Magical Leaf, Double Team, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L21 Birilly: Water Pulse, Thundershock, Whirlpool, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L23 Servine: Wrap, Leaf Tornado, Growth, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Pignite: Arm Thrust, Flame Charge, Rollout, Take Down
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L30 Dewott: Water Pulse, Fury Cutter, Revenge, Focus Energy
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L28 Kirlia: Psychic, Magical Leaf, Shadow Ball, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L30 Servine: Slam, Leaf Tornado, Aqua Tail, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L37 Emboar: Heat Crash, Take Down, Hammer Arm, Rollout
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L37 Samurott: Revenge, Water Pulse, Slash, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L35 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L37 Serperior: Aqua Tail, Leaf Blade, Aerial Ace, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L40 Emboar: Heat Crash, Take Down, Hammer Arm, Assurance
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L40 Samurott: Revenge, Water Pulse, Slash, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L38 Kirlia: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L38 Aracha: Bug Bite, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L40 Serperior: Aqua Tail, Leaf Blade, Aerial Ace, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 14, 2012, 11:26:54 pm
Here are the rest of the battles with Ricard:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Ricard) (Cont.)

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L50 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L51 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flamethrower, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L50 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L51 Samurott: Surf, Ice Beam, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L49 Gallade: Psycho Cut, Brick Break, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L48 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L49 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L50 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L51 Serperior: Leaf Blade, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L67 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L68 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L67 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L68 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L65 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L67 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L66 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L67 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L68 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L77 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L78 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L77 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L78 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L75 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L77 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L76 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L77 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L78 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L87 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L88 Emboar: Hammer Arm, Flare Blitz, Head Smash, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L87 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L88 Samurott: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Revenge, Megahorn
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L86 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Night Slash, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L85 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Stone Edge
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L87 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L86 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L87 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L88 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone, Coil
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 16, 2012, 12:53:08 am
Now here's the lowdown on the rosters for two other characters, the Tag Battle partners, and the Tower Boss.

OTHER TRAINERS

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F)
L28 Pawniard: Metal Claw, Faint Attack, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L29 Levanny: X-Scissor, Razor Leaf, Slash, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L30 Gallade: Brick Break, Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Night Slash
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Tag Partner)
L28 Pawniard: Metal Claw, Faint Attack, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L29 Levanny: X-Scissor, Razor Leaf, Slash, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L30 Gallade: Brick Break, Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Night Slash
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Scientist Darryl (M)
L28 Voltorb: Charge Beam, Light Screen, Signal Beam, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric) (AB: Static) (Item: N/A)
L29 Porygon: Psybeam, Signal Beam, Recover, Magnet Rise
(Type: Normal) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L30 Magneton: Mirror Shot, Magnetic Wave, Gravity, Metal Sound
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Magnet Pull) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


SPECIAL PARTNERS

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Mantine: Surf, Signal Beam, Icy Wind, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: N/A)
L?? Lapras: Ice Beam, Water Pulse, Body Slam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of Leia's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Leia's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Leia's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Leia's Pokémon are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; Leia's Pokémon will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Leia's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, Leia's Pokémon are at L60.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: Damp Rock)
L50 Mantine: Hydro Pump, Signal Beam, Air Slash, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: Quick Claw)
L50 Lapras: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Spring Sun)

Mermaid Leia (F)
L64 Gastrodon: Surf, Mirror Coat, Earthquake, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: West) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: Leftovers)
L65 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Razor Storm, Blizzard, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: N/A)
L64 Lanturn: Thunder, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L65 Mantine: Hydro Pump, Signal Beam, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: N/A)
L64 Starmie: Psychic, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Blizzard
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L66 Lapras: Hydro Pump, Light Pulse, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Xatu: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Drill Peck, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L?? Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of Keira's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Keira's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Keira's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Keira's Pokémon are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; Keira's Pokémon will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Keira's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, Keira's Pokémon are at L60.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Gardevoir: Psychic, Focus Blast, Thunderbolt, Calm Mind
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L50 Xatu: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Drill Peck, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Light Gem)
L50 Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: Expert Belt)

Sleeper Keira (F)
L64 Slowking: Surf, Dream Eater, Blizzard, Nightmare
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Own Tempo) (Item: N/A)
L65 Musharna: Dream Eater, Nightmare, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Forewarn) (Item: Leftovers)
L64 Xatu: Drill Peck, Dream Eater, Light Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L65 Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: N/A)
L64 Tockety Tick: Dream Eater, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L66 Gardevoir: Dream Eater, Focus Blast, Thunderbolt, Nightmare
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: Sitrus Berry)


Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Giga Drain, Signal Beam, Safeguard
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L?? Honchkrow: Dark Pulse, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of the Witch Princess's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, then the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, the Witch Princess's Pokémon will be at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L60.

Witch Princess (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Signal Beam, Moonlight
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Enigma Berry)
L50 Umbreon: Dark Pulse, Sand-Attack, Attract, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Leftovers)
L50 Honchkrow: Dark Pulse, Sky Attack, Heat Wave, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Power Herb)

Witch Princess (F)
L64 Houndoom: Lava Surf, Dark Pulse, Dream Eater, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L64 Drapion: Crunch, Cross Poison, Flower Fang, Toxic Spikes
(Type: Poison/Dark) (AB: Battle Armor) (Item: N/A)
L65 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L64 Spiritomb: Dark Pulse, Will-o-Wisp, Hypnosis, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost/Dark) (AB: Pressure) (Item: N/A)
L65 Umbreon: Dark Pulse, Mean Look, Confuse Ray, Attract
(Type: Dark) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Leftovers)
L66 Honchkrow: Sky Attack, Night Slash, Heat Wave, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Power Herb)


TOWER BOSS

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Togekiss: Air Slash, Aura Sphere, Psychic, Light Pulse
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Serene Grace) (Item: Brightpowder)
L50 Volcarona: Overheat, Hurricane, Bug Buzz, Light Pulse
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Garchomp: Outrage, Earthquake, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Dragon/Ground) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: Scope Lens)

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Fiamlora: Fire Blast, Earthquake, Leaf Storm, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Fire) (AB: Levitate) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Torrenyl: Thunderbolt, Thunderstorm, Aqua Ring, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Submerge) (Item: Leftovers)
L50 Latios: Psychic, Draco Meteor, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt
(Type: Dragon/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Soul Dew)

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Now a bit of trivia of these people:

While Chelsea and Darryl go under Trainer classes that normal Trainers have and have normal Trainer Battle music, they have their own sprites.

Both Chelsea and Darryl can be given items like other major characters.

Chelsea is fought at Ert'Aria's Cathedral at the end of a short 4 battle tournament you can take part in.

Darryl is fought during your first meeting with Leia.

Darryl is the only scientist found in the game that's not affiliated with Turiavita.

The levels of all Pokémon in the Battle Tower are set to 50, hence those are the levels of Kurisu's lineup.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on November 16, 2012, 11:55:02 pm
Finally, here's the Pokémon that Turiavita Grunts use along with the rosters for all the higher-ups.

TURIAVITA MEMBERS

Turiavita Grunt Pokémon (M)/(F)

Common List
Poison: Zubat, Golbat, Spinarak, Ariados, Croagunk, Toxicroak, Foongus, Amoonguss
Dark: Houndour, Houndoom, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Darkion, Nightasma, Scraggy, Scrafty
Genderless: Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Beldum, Metang, Klink, Klang
Chemical: Chemiket, Mothical, Aciphere, Acidicand, Snapacid, Snapazard, Mercutop, Metaliquid
Note: All Chemiket and Mothical used by Turiavita Grunts are Bug/Chemical.

Seldom List
Poison: Oddish, Gloom, Venonat, Venomoth, Seviper
Dark: Murkrow, Honchkrow, Sneasel, Sableye
Genderless: Staryu, Porygon, Porygon2, Lunatone (Flora), Solrock (Azure), Baltoy, Bronzor

One-Time List
Poison: Crobat, Swalot, Scolipede
Dark: Cacturne, Crawdaunt, Absol, Krookodile, Bisharp, Cosmiplex
Genderless: Starmie, Shedinja, Rotom, Golurk
Chemical: Chemicrush, Biohyrax, Plasmactor, Scorchihem


Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (1st Battle)
L25 Shellos: Water Pulse, Mud Bomb, Hidden Power, Rain Dance
(Type: Water) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L27 Bronzor: Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Confuse Ray, Iron Defense
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L26 Cacnea: Energy Ball, Dark Pulse, Drain Punch, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: N/A)
L28 Croagunk: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Rock Slide, Faint Attack
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (2nd Battle)
L37 Gastrodon: Brine, Earthquake, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L39 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L38 Cacturne: Energy Ball, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass/Dark) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: N/A)
L40 Toxicroak: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (3rd Battle)
L43 Gastrodon: Earthquake, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L45 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L44 Electabuzz: Ice Punch, Thunderpunch, Brick Break, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric) (AB: Static) (Item: N/A)
L45 Cacturne: Energy Ball, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass/Dark) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: N/A)
L46 Toxicroak: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Wide Lens)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (4th Battle)
L61 Gastrodon: Earthquake, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L63 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L62 Electivire: Ice Punch, Wild Charge, Fire Punch, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric) (AB: Motor Drive) (Item: Expert Belt)
L63 Cacturne: Needle Arm, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass/Dark) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: N/A)
L64 Toxicroak: Gunk Shot, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Wide Lens)


Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (1st Battle)
L20 Kirlia: Psyshock, Double Team, Magical Leaf, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L19 Misdreavus: Hex, Thunderbolt, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L19 Skiploom: Giga Drain, Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Reflect
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L20 Clefable: Metronome, Psychic, Shadow Ball, Sing
(Type: Normal) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (2nd Battle)
L31 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L30 Mismagius: Shadow Ball, Thunderbolt, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L30 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L31 Scyther: Fury Cutter, Steel Wing, Wing Attack, Slash
(Type: Bug/Flying) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: N/A)
L32 Clefable: Psychic, Shadow Ball, Ice Beam, Flamethrower
(Type: Normal) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: N/A)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Grunt (F)
L31 Golbat: Bite, Confuse Ray, Toxic, Mean Look
(Type: Poison/Flying) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (3rd Battle)
L45 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Light Pulse, Thunderbolt
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L44 Mismagius: Shadow Ball, Will-o-Wisp, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L44 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Giga Drain, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L45 Scizor: X-Scissor, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: N/A)
L46 Clefable: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Flamethrower
(Type: Normal) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Wise Glasses)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (4th Battle)
L63 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Light Pulse, Thunderbolt
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L62 Mismagius: Shadow Ball, Will-o-Wisp, Mean Look, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L62 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L63 Scizor: U-Turn, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: Choice Scarf)
L64 Clefable: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Flamethrower
(Type: Normal) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Wise Glasses)


Turiavita Chihaya (F) (1st Battle)
L21 Swablu: Aerial Ace, Sing, Fury Attack, Mist
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L23 Sunflora: Energy Ball, Psybeam, Leech Seed, Sunny Day
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L22 Kadabra: Confusion, Disable, Shock Wave, Torment
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L24 Ninetales: Solarbeam, Dark Pulse, Lava Surf, Confuse Ray
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (2nd Battle)
L34 Kadabra: Psychic, Light Pulse, Shock Wave, Sunny Day
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Sunflora: Signal Beam, Solarbeam, Flamethrower, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L34 Ninetales: Solarbeam, Flamethrower, Psyshock, Confuse Ray
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L35 Altaria: Air Slash, Dragonbreath, Solarbeam, Fire Blast
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L36 Empoleon: Scald, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Earthquake
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (3rd Battle)
L47 Alakazam: Psyshock, Energy Ball, Focus Blast, Protect
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L46 Sunflora: Leaf Storm, Flamethrower, Signal Beam, Helping Hand
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L48 Altaria: Sky Attack, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Power Herb)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Spy Yukiho (F)
L47 Mystiloom: Giga Drain, Shadow Ball, Spider Cage, Sleep Powder
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
L46 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Razor Storm, Earthquake, Light Screen
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: N/A)
L48 Swampert: Surf, Earthquake, Ice Smash, Rock Slide
(Type: Water/Ground) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (Final)
L56 Solares: Flash Burst, Extrasensory, Dark Pulse, Ancientpower
(Type: Light/Flying) (AB: Bright Aura) (Item: Solar Diamond)
L54 Flygon: Earthquake, Dragon Claw, Crunch, Fire Blast
(Type: Ground/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L55 Sunflorazumarill: Aqua Tail, Leaf Blade, Ice Smash, Flamethrower
(Type: Grass/Water) (AB: Huge Power) (Item: Quick Claw)
L54 Tockety Tick: Focus Blast, Spectrum Bomb, Ice Beam, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L54 Chandelure: Overheat, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: N/A)
L55 Heracross: Megahorn, Close Combat, Stone Edge, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: N/A)


Turiavita Master Del Donna (F)
L56 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Razor Storm, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L57 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Draco Meteor, Ice Beam, Flash Cannon
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Sniper) (Item: White Herb)
L56 Volcarona: Fire Blast, Signal Beam, Psychic, Light Pulse
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: N/A)
L57 Magnezone: Flash Cannon, Lightning Gun, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: N/A)
L56 Rhyperior: Earthquake, Superpower, Stone Edge, Megahorn
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Solid Rock) (Item: N/A)
L58 Metagross: Meteor Mash, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, Giga Impact
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Recharge Herb)

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A bit of trivia for these rosters:

Chihaya happens to use a Legendary Pokémon on her final team (Solares), an event Pokémon (Sunflorazumarill), and has a Pokémon with an event move (Spectrum Bomb).

During your final battle with Chihaya, Solares has a dark coloring to indicate what Turiavita has done to it. Also, it's not contained within a Pokéball and enters battle by coming down from above.

Solares can't know Extrasensory or Flash Burst at Level 56 and can't know Dark Pulse at all. However, all of this is to coincide with Turiavita's corruption of it. Also, a special event L50 Solares comes with the same moveset as Chihaya's Solares.

Del Donna's Volcarona is underleveled. Larvesta doesn't become Volcarona until Level 59.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on January 05, 2013, 12:09:01 am
It's been seven weeks since I last updated this, but there's something else I never got around to posting, and that's Marathon Battles. First up, what is a Marathon Battle?

A Marathon Battle is a battle where you fight multiple teams of 6 Pokémon each, with all teams on one side belonging to the same person. The number of teams is usually three, but there are a few that will use only two, a few that will use four, and a few that will use five. Anyway, to win a Marathon Battle, you have to beat all of your opponent's Pokémon before all of the Pokémon on your teams faint. If all the Pokémon in one person's team faint, that person sends out the first two Pokémon in their next team in line.

Here (http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=853459&postcount=62) are some examples of Marathon Battles. Also, here are the Marathon Battles for everyone that's seen in Pokémon Flora/Azure:

DS TRANSMITTED MARATHON BATTLES
Note for Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar: In Easy Mode, the levels of all Trainers' Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode.

Leader Madoka (F) Island: Madoka's Maze

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Jynx, L71 Girafarig, L72 Starmie, L72 Xatu, L73 Gothitelle, L73 Celebi

2nd Team: L72 Sigilyph, L72 Espeon, L73 Slowbro, L73 Flarancer, L74 Reuniclus, L74 Jirachi

3rd Team: L73 Tockety Tick, L73 Gardevoir, L74 Slowking, L74 Exeggutor, L75 Bronzong, L75 Victini

4th Team: L74 Alakazam, L74 Gallade, L75 Metagross, L75 Musharna, L76 Auright, L76 Lugia

Leader Merry (F) Island: Merry's Dream Shrine

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Sableye, L71 Phantormal, L72 Banette, L72 Twirlight, L73 Shedinja, L73 Rotom (Normal)

2nd Team: L72 Cofagrigus, L72 Spiritomb, L73 Mismagius, L73 Golurk, L74 Jellicent, L74 Drifblim

3rd Team: L73 Dusknoir, L73 Froslass, L74 Gengar, L74 Chandelure, L75 Mystiloom, L75 Giratina (Origin)

Leader Kaori (F) Island: Kaori's Academy

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Knukuwing, L71 Poliwrath, L72 Medicham, L72 Hitmonchan, L73 Mikombat, L73 Cobalion

2nd Team: L72 Scrafty, L72 Toxicroak, L73 Meinshao, L73 Hitmonlee, L74 Emboar, L74 Terrakion

3rd Team: L73 Conkeldurr, L73 Heracross, L74 Thundekong, L74 Hitmontop, L75 Infernape, L75 Virizion

4th Team: L74 Machamp, L74 Breloom, L75 Lucario, L75 Gallade, L76 Blaziken, L76 Keldeo*
* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Keldeo is in its Resolute form.

Leader Carina (F) Island: Carina's Cathedral

Teams: 2

1st Team: L71 Fairost, L71 Luminail, L72 Blazight, L72 Elestar, L73 Cosmiplex, L73 Brighteon

2nd Team: L72 Mikombat, L72 Solant, L73 Draflect, L73 Prisangel, L74 Auright, L74 Solares


Leader Haruna (F) Island: Haruna's Center

Teams: 2

1st Team: L71 Crobat, L71 Plasmactor, L72 Ectoplatom, L72 Gelardine, L73 Muk, L73 Metaliquid

2nd Team: L72 Scorchihem, L72 Biohyrax, L73 Mothical, L73 Snapazard, L74 Chemicrush, L74 Dimensium-M
Note: Haruna's Muk is Poison/Chemical and her Mothical is Bug/Chemical.

Leader Mizore (F) Island: Mizore's Village

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Cryogonal, L71 Fairost, L72 Jynx, L72 Beartic, L73 Walrein, L73 Articuno

2nd Team: L72 Abomasnow, L72 Glaceon, L73 Glalie, L73 Rotom (Frost), L74 Lapras, L74 Regice

3rd Team: L73 Weavile, L73 Glacimpact, L74 Froslass, L74 Mamoswine, L75 Vanilluxe, L75 Kyurem*
* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Kyurem is Black Kyurem.

Leader Haruka N. (F) Island: Haruka's Anime-Con

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Charizard, L71 Druddigon, L72 Gyarados, L72 Altaria, L73 Sceptile, L73 Latias

2nd Team: L72 Draflect, L72 Shardra, L73 Salamence, L73 Haxorus, L74 Garchomp, L74 Latios

3rd Team: L73 Vovalgia, L73 Flygon, L74 Hydreigon, L74 Kingdra, L75 Dragonite, L75 Rayquaza

Leader Erika S. (F) Island: Erika's Manor

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Liepard, L71 Crawdaunt, L72 Absol, L72 Scrafty, L73 Umbreon, L73 Drapion

2nd Team: L72 Cosmiplex, L72 Spiritomb, L73 Nightasma, L73 Nightinpale, L74 Krookodile, L74 Darkrai

3rd Team: L73 Weavile, L73 Honchkrow, L74 Houndoom, L74 Tyranitar, L75 Zoroark, L75 Seraphia

Leader Saber (F) Island: Saber's Avalon

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Bronzong, L71 Ferrothorn, L72 Steelix, L72 Probopass, L73 Escavalier, L73 Klinklang

2nd Team: L72 Skarmory, L72 Empoleon, L73 Excadrill, L73 Aggron, L74 Magnezone, L74 Heatran

3rd Team: L73 Scizor, L73 Lucario, L74 Bisharp, L74 Metagross, L75 Metanilant, L75 Dialga

Elite Four Misaka (F) Island: Misaka's Clone Lab

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Stunfisk, L71 Raichu, L72 Galvantula, L72 Zebstrika, L73 Rotom (Wash), L73 Thundekong

2nd Team: L72 Elestar, L72 Ampharos, L73 Lanturn, L73 Jolteon, L74 Rotom (Heat), L74 Electivire

3rd Team: L73 Luxray, L73 Nightasma, L74 Vicious, L74 Tockety Tick, L75 Rotom (Mow), L75 Torrenyl

4th Team: L74 Birilatin, L74 Eelektross, L75 Plantplug, L75 Magnezone, L76 Rotom (Frost), L76 Zekrom

Elite Four Haruka A. (F) Island: Haruka's Stage

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Simisear, L71 Volcanile, L72 Darmanitan, L72 Ninetales, L73 Blaziken, L73 Arcanine

2nd Team: L72 Volcaquid, L72 Blazight, L73 Camerupt, L73 Flareon, L74 Infernape, L74 Magmortar

3rd Team: L73 Flarancer, L73 Charizard, L74 Scorchihem, L74 Rotom (Heat), L75 Emboar, L75 Ho-oh

4th Team: L74 Enragious, L74 Houndoom, L75 Chandelure, L75 Volcarona, L76 Typhlosion, L76 Reshiram

Elite Four Yuri (F) Island: Yuri's Carnival

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Simipour, L71 Jellicent, L72 Aggresious, L72 Seismitoad, L73 Blastoise, L73 Walrein

2nd Team: L72 Corsola, L72 Ludicolo, L73 Politoed, L73 Starmie, L74 Feraligatr, L74 Glacimpact

3rd Team: L73 Mantine, L73 Carracosta, L74 Lanturn, L74 Vaporeon, L75 Swampert, L75 Luminail

4th Team: L74 Gastrodon (West), L74 Gastrodon (East), L75 Cloyster, L75 Rotom (Wash), L76 Samurott, L76 Aquatica
5th Team: L75 Empoleon, L75 Sunflorazumarill, L76 Lapras, L76 Gyarados, L77 Kingdra, L77 Palkia

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) Island: Hina's Sanctuary

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Simisage, L71 Sawsbuck, L72 Snapazard, L72 Jumpluff, L73 Venusaur, L73 Abomasnow

2nd Team: L72 Enragious, L72 Cradily, L73 Bellossom, L73 Breloom, L74 Meganium, L74 Tangrowth

3rd Team: L73 Ludicolo, L73 Mystiloom, L74 Cherrim, L74 Leafeon, L75 Sceptile, L75 Metanilant

4th Team: L74 Nightinpale, L74 Leavanny, L75 Flowersixtet, L75 Rotom (Mow), L76 Serperior, L76 Terrias
5th Team: L75 Solant, L75 Sunflorazumarill, L76 Exeggutor, L76 Torterra, L77 Ecocadia, L77 Mythica

Champion Bonnie (F) Island: Bonnie's Summer Estate

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Skibison, L71 Metaliquid, L72 Gengar, L72 Rotom (Fan), L73 Cloyster, L73 Meloetta-A

2nd Team: L72 Krookodile, L72 Sunflorazumarill, L73 Draflect, L73 Charizard, L74 Gallade, L74 Genesect

3rd Team: L73 Magnezone, L73 Rhyperior, L74 Hydreigon, L74 Fiamlora, L75 Hydrios, L75 Mewtwo
Genesect is holding one of the eight Drives (Burn, Douse, Shock, Chill, Plant, Psych, Shade, or Light). The Drive it holds is chosen at random at the start of the battle.

Mermaid Leia (F) Island: Leia's Seafloor Home

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Corsola, L71 Masquerain, L72 Sharpedo, L72 Octillery, L73 Luminail, L73 Rotom (Wash)
2nd Team: L72 Politoed, L72 Mantine, L73 Cloyster, L73 Volcaquid, L74 Empoleon, L74 Milotic

3rd Team: L73 Gastrodon (West), L73 Gastrodon (East), L73 Starmie, L73 Ludicolo, L74 Lanturn, L74 Kingdra

4th Team: L74 Lapras, L74 Gyarados, L75 Sunflorazumarill, L75 Dragonite, L76 Manaphy, L76 Kyogre

Sleeper Keira (F) Island: Keria's Castle

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Lunatone, L71 Solrock, L72 Xatu, L72 Girafarig, L73 Jynx, L73 Slowbro

2nd Team: L72 Venomoth, L72 Bronzong, L73 Darmanitan-Z, L73 Exeggutor, L74 Espeon, L74 Starmie

3rd Team: L73 Musharna, L73 Sigilyph, L74 Slowking, L74 Tockety Tick, L75 Gardevoir, L75 Hypno

4th Team: L74 Gengar, L74 Gallade, L75 Alakazam, L75 Metagross, L76 Cresselia, L76 Lugia

Witch Princess (F) Island: Witch Princess's Knoll

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Shiftry, L71 Sableye, L72 Mandibuzz, L72 Sharpedo, L73 Skuntank, L73 Absol

2nd Team: L72 Weavile, L72 Twirlight, L73 Bisharp, L73 Krookodile, L74 Umbreon, L74 Spirtomb

3rd Team: L73 Drapion, L73 Cosmiplex, L74 Scrafty, L74 Dusknoir, L75 Nightasma, L75 Houndoom

4th Team: L74 Nightinpale, L74 Honchkrow, L75 Zoroark, L75 Hydreigon, L76 Darkrai, L76 Basiboros


Tower Boss Kurisu (F) Island: Kurisu's Tower
Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Spiritomb, L71 Mothical, L72 Prisangel, L72 Togekiss, L73 Volcarona, L73 Garchomp

2nd Team: L72 Archeops, L72 Eelektross, L73 Crobat, L73 Moldarach, L74 Fiamlora, L74 Latias

3rd Team: L73 Mamoswine, L73 Porygon-Z, L74 Lucario, L74 Ecocadia, L75 Torrenyl, L75 Latios
Note: Kurisu's Mothical is Bug/Chemical.

Turiavita Chihaya (F) Island: Chihaya's Island

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Flarancer, L71 Plantplug, L72 Dodonking, L72 Draflect, L73 Lapras, L73 Togekiss

2nd Team: L72 Froslass, L72 Empoleon, L73 Sunflora, L73 Ninetales, L74 Alakazam, L74 Altaria

3rd Team: L73 Heracross, L73 Chandelure, L74 Tockety Tick, L74 Sunflorazumarill, L75 Flygon, L75 Solares

Turiavita Master Del Donna (F) Island: Turiavita Base

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Solant, L71 Chemicrush, L72 Mamoswine, L72 Gengar, L73 Aggron, L73 Vovalgia

2nd Team: L72 Porygon-Z, L72 Moldarach, L73 Dusknoir, L73 Lucario, L74 Nightinpale, L74 Kingdra

3rd Team (Normal): L73 Crobat, L73 Volcarona, L74 Magnezone, L74 Rhyperior, L75 Metagross, L75 Mewtwo
3rd Team (Special/Flora Only): L73 Crobat, L73 Volcarona, L74 Magnezone, L74 Rhyperior, L75 Metagross, L75 Hydrios

3rd Team (Special/Azure Only): L73 Crobat, L73 Volcarona, L74 Magnezone, L74 Rhyperior, L75 Metagross, L75 Terrias
To fight the "Normal" 3rd team in Flora/Azure, you have to perform a certain task against the version's "Special" 3rd team. When fighting the "Special" 3rd team, Hydrios/Terrias will rebel against Del Donna upon emerging into battle and become a wild Pokémon, even taking out the rest of Del Donna's Pokémon before focusing on your own. This Hydrios/Terrias's stats and the like are pre-set like any other of Del Donna's Pokémon, therefore Hydrios/Terrias will have the same stats and the like each time you fight it. Since Hydrios/Terrias will become a wild Pokémon once it rebels against Del Donna, you're even able to catch Hydrios/Terrias, something you can't do in a normal Marathon Battle! You'll fight the version's "Special" 3rd team until you catch the Hydrios /Terrias that rebels against Del Donna, after which you'll fight the "Normal" 3rd team subsequent times.
Note: In Solar, the "Special" teams aren't used.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on January 06, 2013, 02:36:00 am
In addition to the Marathon Battles listed above, you can also access Marathon Battles with Trainers from past Pokémon games and several other unexpected characters. In case you're not aware of some of the people listed below, here (http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=853459&postcount=62) are past Marathon Battles that pertain to them.

Note: The list below isn't all the Marathon Battles in the game. More Trainers can be added to the list at any given time. Now here are the extra Marathon Battles for Pokémon Flora and Azure:

ADDITIONAL MARATHON BATTLES
Note for Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar: In Easy Mode, the levels of all Trainers' Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode.

Orange Crew Cissy (F) Island: Cissy Downs

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Simipour, L71 Mantine, L72 Wailord, L72 Quagsire, L73 Sharpedo, L73 Lanturn

2nd Team: L72 Stoutland, L72 Snorlax, L73 Azumarill, L73 Gastrodon (West), L74 Politoed, L74 Gelardine

3rd Team: L73 Aggron, L73 Rhyperior, L74 Walrein, L74 Empoleon, L75 Starmie, L75 Sunflorazumarill

4th Team: L74 Jellicent, L74 Gyarados, L75 Kingdra, L75 Blastoise, L76 Latias, L76 Latios

Orange Crew Danny (M) Island: Danny's Chill Zone

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Camerupt, L71 Excadrill, L72 Torterra, L72 Mamoswine, L73 Gliscor, L73 Rhyperior

2nd Team: L72 Hitmontop, L72 Poliwrath, L73 Hariyama, L73 Mikombat, L74 Scrafty, L74 Lucario

3rd Team: L73 Shedinja, L73 Vespiquen, L74 Leavanny, L74 Venomoth, L75 Forretress, L75 Pinsir

4th Team: L74 Raichu, L74 Manectric, L75 Lanturn, L75 Elestar, L76 Eelektross, L76 Magnezone

5th Team: L75 Abomasnow, L75 Electrode, L76 Golem, L76 Machamp, L77 Scizor, L77 Nidoqueen

Orange Crew Rudy (M) Island: Rudy's River

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Mismagius, L71 Girafarig, L72 Heracross, L72 Lanturn, L73 Camerupt, L73 Exeggutor

2nd Team: L72 Fairost, L72 Manectric, L73 Zoroark, L73 Nidoking, L74 Eelektross, L74 Starmie

3rd Team: L73 Scorchihem, L73 Altaria, L74 Elestar, L74 Aggron, L75 Breloom, L75 Electivire

Orange Crew Luana (F) Island: Hotel Luana

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Xatu, L71 Medicham, L72 Jynx, L72 Girafarig, L73 Mimikaron, L73 Bronzong

2nd Team: L72 Nidoking, L72 Armaremor, L73 Steelix, L73 Swampert, L74 Mamoswine, L74 Flygon

3rd Team: L73 Sigilyph, L73 Flarancer, L74 Tockety Tick, L74 Exeggutor, L75 Gallade, L75 Starmie

4th Team: L74 Hippowdon, L74 Golurk, L75 Rhyperior, L75 Gliscor, L76 Moldarach, L76 Excadrill
5th Team: L75 Krookodile, L75 Slowking, L76 Garchomp, L76 Metagross, L77 Marowak, L77 Alakazam

OI Elite Drake (M) Island: Drake's Stadium

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Azumarill, L71 Heracross, L72 Mamoswine, L72 Tyranitar, L73 Dusknoir, L73 Slaking

2nd Team: L72 Armaldo, L72 Aggron, L73 Mothical, L74 Drapion, L74 Garchomp, L74 Eelektross

3rd Team: L73 Scrafty, L73 Carracosta, L74 Darmanitan-Z, L74 Ditto, L75 Steelix, L75 Shaymin-S

4th Team: L74 Gengar, L74 Venusaur, L75 Electivire, L75 Dragonite, L76 Basiboros, L76 Solares
Note: Drake's Mothical is Bug/Chemical.

Champion Lance (M) Island: The Lance Shrine

Teams: 3

1st Team (A): L71 Lapras, L71 Sceptile, L72 Metagross, L72 Kingdra, L73 Tyranitar, L73 Reshiram
1st Team (B): L71 Lapras, L71 Sceptile, L72 Metagross, L72 Kingdra, L73 Tyranitar, L73 Zekrom
1st Team (C): L71 Lapras, L71 Sceptile, L72 Metagross, L72 Kingdra, L73 Tyranitar, L73 Kyurem*

2nd Team (A): L72 Milotic, L72 Flygon, L73 Ecocadia, L73 Haxorus, L74 Salamence, L74 Dialga
2nd Team (B): L72 Milotic, L72 Flygon, L73 Ecocadia, L73 Haxorus, L74 Salamence, L74 Palkia
2nd Team (C): L72 Milotic, L72 Flygon, L73 Ecocadia, L73 Haxorus, L74 Salamence, L74 Giratina (Origin)

3rd Team: L73 Hydreigon, L73 Charizard, L74 Garchomp, L74 Gyarados, L75 Dragonite, L75 Rayquaza
How the "A", "B", and "C" teams work is that which teams you fight depends on which starter you chose at the beginning of the game. If you chose Bulbasaur, then you fight the A teams; if you chose Charmander, then you fight the B teams; if you chose Squirtle, then you fight the C teams.
* In Solar-Flora, Kyurem is White Kyurem. In Solar-Azure, Kyurem is Black Kyurem. In Solar, Kyurem's form depends on which character you're playing as. It's Black Kyurem if you're the male character and White Kyurem if you're the female character.

Champion Wallace (M) Island: Wallace Pier

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Luminail, L71 Glacimpact, L72 Gastrodon (West), L72 Samurott, L73 Rotom (Wash), L73 Feraligatr

2nd Team: L72 Volcaquid, L72 Empoleon, L73 Jellicent, L73 Blastoise, L74 Sunflorazumarill, L74 Swampert

3rd Team: L73 Politoed, L73 Whiscash, L74 Walrein, L74 Kingdra, L75 Wailord, L75 Torrenyl

4th Team: L74 Ludicolo, L74 Tentacruel, L75 Gyarados, L75 Milotic, L76 Manaphy, L76 Kyogre

[PK][MN] Trainer Steven (M) Island: Steven's Island

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Metaliquid, L71 Magnezone, L72 Forretress, L72 Scizor, L73 Torterra, L73 Heatran

2nd Team: L72 Ferrothorn, L72 Empoleon, L73 Bastiodon, L73 Probopass, L74 Rhyperior, L74 Jirachi

3rd Team: L73 Skarmory, L73 Lucario, L74 Steelix, L74 Excadrill, L75 Tyranitar, L75 Genesect

4th Team: L74 Aggron, L74 Claydol, L75 Cradily, L75 Armaldo, L76 Metagross, L76 Dialga
Genesect is holding one of the eight Drives (Burn, Douse, Shock, Chill, Plant, Psych, Shade, or Light). The Drive it holds is chosen at random at the start of the battle.

Champion Cynthia (F) Island: Cynthia's Variation Game

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Gengar, L71 Chemicrush, L72 Scizor, L72 Glaceon, L73 Braviary, L73 Rhyperior

2nd Team: L72 Gastrodon (West), L72 Flarancer, L73 Roserade, L73 Eelektross, L74 Togekiss, L74 Darkrai
3rd Team: L73 Spiritomb, L73 Milotic, L74 Lucario, L74 Garchomp, L75 Auright, L75 Rayquaza

Champion Alder (M) Island: Alder's Village

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Tentacruel, L71 Ampharos, L72 Solant, L72 Flygon, L73 Gigalith, L73 Conkeldurr

2nd Team: L72 Escavalier, L72 Accelgor, L73 Krookodile, L73 Sigilyph, L74 Druddigon, L74 Dimensium-C

3rd Team: L73 Bouffalant, L73 Vanilluxe, L74 Hydreigon, L74 Volcarona, L75 Landorus*, L75 Giratina (Altered)

* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Landorus is in its Therian form.

Charizard Tamer Liza (F) Island: Liza's Fire Maze

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Camerupt, L71 Simisear, L72 Volcaquid, L72 Flareon, L73 Emboar, L73 Magmortar

2nd Team: L72 Enragious, L72 Darmanitan-Z, L73 Volcanile, L73 Scorchihem, L74 Typhlosion, L74 Salamence

3rd Team: L73 Chandelure, L73 Blazight, L74 Rotom (Heat), L74 Ninetales, L75 Infernape, L75 Victini
4th Team: L74 Vovalgia, L74 Houndoom, L75 Blaziken, L75 Volcarona, L76 Charizard, L76 Heatran

Greenhouse Gal Sonrisa (F) Island: Sonrisa's Greenhouse

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Parasect, L71 Ludicolo, L72 Sawsbuck (Spring), L72 Meganium, L73 Snapazard, L73 Leafeon

2nd Team: L72 Abomasnow, L72 Enragious, L73 Wormadam (Plant), L73 Jumpluff, L74 Serperior, L74 Roserade

3rd Team: L73 Venomoth, L73 Cradily, L74 Tropius, L74 Nightinpale, L75 Plantplug, L75 Sceptile

4th Team: L74 Torterra, L74 Leavanny, L75 Breloom, L75 Mystiloom, L76 Sunflorazumarill, L76 Celebi
5th Team: L75 Ferrothorn, L75 Venusaur, L76 Solant, L76 Ecocadia, L77 Sunflora, L77 Shaymin-S

Performer Trixie (F) Island: Trixie's Space Stage

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Masquerain, L71 Corsola, L72 Gelardine, L72 Poliwrath, L73 Birilatin, L73 Blastoise

2nd Team: L72 Luminail, L72 Tentacruel, L73 Gyarados, L73 Lanturn, L74 Feraligatr, L74 Swampert

3rd Team: L73 Ludicolo, L73 Volcaquid, L74 Jellicent, L74 Cloyster, L75 Empoleon, L75 Samurott

4th Team: L74 Octillery, L74 Crawdaunt, L75 Sunflorazumarill, L75 Politoed, L76 Kingdra, L76 Starmie
5th Team: L75 Gastrodon (West), L75 Gastrodon (East), L76 Golduck, L76 Azumarill, L77 Palkia, L77 Kyogre

[PK][MN] Trainer Electra (F) Island: Electra Compound

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Stunfisk, L71 Vicious, L72 Klinklang, L72 Ampharos, L73 Luxray, L73 Scizor

2nd Team: L72 Ferrothorn, L72 Elestar, L73 Lanturn, L73 Bisharp, L74 Tockety Tick, L74 Electivire

3rd Team: L73 Nightasma, L73 Manectric, L74 Empoleon, L74 Jolteon, L75 Rotom (Cut), L75 Heatran

4th Team: L74 Lucario, L74 Eelektross, L75 Magnezone, L75 Metagross, L76 Raichu, L76 Torrenyl

Dojo Master Shingo (M) Island: Shingo Boot Camp

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Armaldo, L71 Poliwrath, L72 Toxicroak, L72 Moldarach, L73 Emboar, L73 Machamp

2nd Team: L72 Mikombat, L72 Lucario, L73 Yanmega, L73 Heracross, L74 Infernape, L74 Genesect

3rd Team: L73 Breloom, L73 Volcarona, L74 Conkeldurr, L74 Blaziken, L75 Scizor, L75 Meloetta-P
Genesect is holding one of the eight Drives (Burn, Douse, Shock, Chill, Plant, Psych, Shade, or Light). The Drive it holds is chosen at random at the start of the battle.

Mysteryman Eusine (M) Island: Eusine Resort

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Jolteon, L71 Espeon, L72 Rotom (Normal), L72 Exeggutor, L73 Lanturn, L73 Bronzong

2nd Team: L72 Gallade, L72 Ampharos, L73 Darmanitan-Z, L73 Luxray, L74 Slowking, L74 Eelektross

3rd Team: L73 Plantplug, L73 Gardevoir, L74 Elestar, L74 Metagross, L75 Magnezone, L75 Cresselia

4th Team: L74 Reuniclus, L74 Electivire, L75 Gengar, L75 Electrode, L76 Alakazam, L76 Suicune

Hula Dancer Floreia (F) Island: Floreia's Coral Bed

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Jumpluff, L71 Victreebel, L72 Bellossom, L72 Leavanny, L73 Ferrothorn, L73 Tangrowth

2nd Team: L72 Corsola, L72 Mantine, L73 Golduck, L73 Politoed, L74 Starmie, L74 Milotic

3rd Team: L73 Sunflora, L73 Azumarill, L74 Serperior, L74 Samurott, L75 Torterra, L75 Empoleon

4th Team: L74 Sceptile, L74 Swampert, L75 Meganium, L75 Feraligatr, L76 Venusaur, L76 Blastoise
5th Team: L75 Ecocadia, L75 Cloyster, L76 Sunflorazumarill, L76 Ludicolo, L77 Fiamlora, L77 Torrenyl

Magma Leader Maxie (M) Island: Magma Base

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Mightyena, L71 Crobat, L72 Magmortar, L72 Emboar, L73 Darmanitan-Z, L73 Blazight
2nd Team: L72 Claydol, L72 Ninetales, L73 Krookodile, L73 Typhlosion, L74 Gliscor, L74 Chandelure
3rd Team: L73 Flygon, L73 Charizard, L74 Rhyperior, L74 Infernape, L75 Volcarona, L75 Tyranitar

4th Team: L74 Houndoom, L74 Ho-oh, L75 Blaziken, L75 Reshiram, L76 Camerupt, L76 Groudon



Aqua Leader Archie (M) Island: Aqua Base

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Mightyena, L71 Crobat, L72 Politoed, L72 Samurott, L73 Lanturn, L73 Starmie
2nd Team: L72 Luminail, L72 Sunflorazumarill, L73 Kingdra, L73 Feraligatr, L74 Glacimpact, L74 Seismitoad

3rd Team: L73 Abomasnow, L73 Blastoise, L74 Mamoswine, L74 Empoleon, L75 Jellicent, L75 Dragonite

4th Team: L74 Gyarados, L74 Aquatica, L75 Swampert, L75 Palkia, L76 Sharpedo, L76 Kyogre



Flora Leader Farlie (M) Island: Flora Base

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Mightyena, L71 Crobat, L72 Exeggutor, L72 Meganium, L73 Abomasnow, L73 Mystiloom
2nd Team: L72 Solant, L72 Ferrothorn, L73 Roserade, L73 Serperior, L74 Sunflorazumarill, L74 Leavanny

3rd Team: L73 Moldarach, L73 Torterra, L74 Mothical, L74 Sceptile, L75 Scizor, L75 Ecocadia

4th Team: L74 Breloom, L74 Terrias, L75 Venusaur, L75 Mythica, L76 Cacturne, L76 Megoliath
Note: Farlie's Mothical is Bug/Chemical.



Plasma Leader Plasmae (F) Island: Plasma Base

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Mightyena, L71 Crobat, L72 Electivire, L72 Thundekong, L73 Galvantula, L73 Tockety Tick

2nd Team: L72 Bronzong, L72 Lanturn, L73 Lucario, L73 Elestar, L74 Reuniclus, L74 Eelektross

3rd Team: L73 Rotom (Heat), L73 Metaliquid, L74 Nightasma, L74 Gallade, L75 Plantplug, L75 Metagross

4th Team: L74 Rotom (Wash), L74 Lugia, L75 Magnezone, L75 Dialga, L76 Manectric, L76 Zekrom

Draco Leader Dralene (F) Island: Draco Base

Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Mightyena, L71 Crobat, L72 Sceptile, L72 Gyarados, L73 Charizard, L73 Dragonite

2nd Team: L72 Rotom (Normal), L72 Draflect, L73 Chandelure, L73 Haxorus, L74 Golurk, L74 Hydreigon

3rd Team: L73 Mystiloom, L73 Vovalgia, L74 Jellicent, L74 Flygon, L75 Gengar, L75 Salamence

4th Team: L74 Kingdra, L74 Kyurem*, L75 Garchomp, L75 Giratina (Altered), L76 Altaria, L76 Rayquaza
* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Kyurem is in its normal form.

Galactic Boss Cyrus (M) Island: Galactic Base

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Roserade, L71 Sigilyph, L72 Scolipede, L72 Reuniclus, L73 Gengar, L73 Purugly

2nd Team: L72 Toxicroak, L72 Cosmiplex, L73 Bronzong, L73 Honchkrow, L74 Crobat, L74 Gyarados

3rd Team: L73 Houndoom, L73 Dialga, L74 Weavile, L74 Palkia, L75 Skuntank, L75 Giratina (Origin)

Team Plasma N (M) Island: N's Island

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Liepard, L71 Seismitoad, L72 Unfezant, L72 Conkeldurr, L73 Sigilyph, L73 Darmanitan

2nd Team: L72 Krookodile, L72 Scrafty, L73 Klinklang, L73 Gigalith, L74 Galvantula, L74 Ferrothorn

3rd Team: L73 Carracosta, L73 Archeops, L74 Vanilluxe, L74 Zoroark, L75 Reshiram, L75 Zekrom

Pokémon Trainer N (M) Island: N's Island
(Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar)
 Teams: 4

1st Team: L71 Politoed, L71 Lanturn, L72 Sunflorazumarill, L72 Gastrodon (West), L73 Tentacruel, L73 Starmie

2nd Team: L72 Ninetales, L72 Arcanine, L73 Scorchihem, L73 Solant, L74 Leafeon, L74 Ninjask

3rd Team: L73 Hippowdon, L73 Moldarach, L74 Cradily, L74 Armaldo, L75 Scizor, L75 Rhyperior
4th Team: L74 Abomasnow, L74 Fairost, L75 Cloyster, L75 Mamoswine, L76 Glaceon, L76 Froslass

Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) Island: Plasma Base BW

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Magmortar, L71 Elestar, L72 Scorchihem, L72 Plantplug, L73 Houndoom, L73 Liepard

2nd Team: L72 Scrafty, L72 Garbodor, L73 Krookodile, L73 Cofagrigus, L74 Bisharp, L74 Bouffalant

3rd Team: L73 Seismitoad, L73 Genesect, L74 Eelektross, L74 Kyurem, L75 Hydreigon, L75 Arceus (w/Mystery Plate)
Genesect is holding one of the eight Drives (Burn, Douse, Shock, Chill, Plant, Psych, Shade, or Light). The Drive it holds is chosen at random at the start of the battle.
Ghetsis happens to be using Arceus, something that isn't allowed in Marathon Battles. On top of that, said Arceus is also holding an unattainable item called a Mystery Plate, which makes Arceus "??"-type. Because of this rule breaking, if Ghetsis ever brings out Arceus, whether you win or lose, you'll receive a Master Ball after the battle.



Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) Island: Plasma Base BW
(Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar)
 Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Cosmiplex, L71 Weavile, L72 Mothical, L72 Plantplug, L73 Charizard, L73 Aggron

2nd Team: L72 Slowking, L72 Cofagrigus, L73 Bouffalant, L73 Bisharp, L74 Toxicroak, L74 Drapion
3rd Team: L73 Seismitoad, L73 Terrias, L74 Eelektross, L74 Hydrios, L75 Hydreigon, L75 Solares <Easy/Normal Mode Only>
3rd Team: L73 Seismitoad, L73 Reshiram, L74 Eelektross, L74 Kyurem (Black), L75 Hydreigon, L75 Arceus (w/Mystery Plate) <Challenge Mode, Flora/Fleck Only>
3rd Team: L73 Seismitoad, L73 Zekrom, L74 Eelektross, L74 Kyurem (White), L75 Hydreigon, L75 Arceus (w/Mystery Plate) <Challenge Mode, Azure/Azalea Only>
Note: Ghetsis's Mothical is Bug/Chemical.
In Challenge Mode, Ghetsis happens to be using Arceus, something that isn't allowed in Marathon Battles. On top of that, said Arceus is also holding an unattainable item called a Mystery Plate, which makes Arceus "??"-type. Because of this rule breaking, if Ghetsis ever brings out Arceus, whether you win or lose, you'll receive a Master Ball after the battle.

Rocket Admin Tyson (M) Island: Rocket Base

Teams: 3

1st Team: L71 Scolipede, L71 Weavile, L72 Tentacruel, L72 Bisharp, L73 Fearow, L73 Fearow

2nd Team: L72 Scrafty, L72 Toxicroak, L73 Cosmiplex, L73 Roserade, L74 Houndoom, L74 Gengar

3rd Team: L73 Drapion, L73 Terrias, L74 Crobat, L74 Hydrios, L75 Zoroark, L75 Solares

Rocket Boss Giovanni (M) Island: Giovanni's Empire

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Golem, L71 Shedinja, L72 Nidoking, L72 Nidoqueen, L73 Kangaskhan, L73 Seismitoad
2nd Team: L72 Dodonking, L72 Dugtrio, L73 Camerupt, L73 Hippowdon, L74 Gastrodon (East), L74 Gastrodon (West)

3rd Team: L73 Flygon, L73 Golurk, L74 Claydol, L74 Torterra, L75 Gliscor, L75 Mamoswine

4th Team: L74 Krookodile, L74 Moldarach, L75 Excadrill, L75 Swampert, L76 Persian, L76 Garchomp

5th Team: L75 Steelix, L75 Regigigas, L76 Tyranitar, L76 Groudon, L77 Rhyperior, L77 Mewtwo



Cipher Head Greevil (M) Island: Cipher Base

Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 Plasmactor, L71 Cofagrigus, L72 Abomasnow, L72 Volcarona, L73 Garchomp, L73 Aerodactyl

2nd Team: L72 Starmie, L72 Altaria, L73 Granbull, L73 Manectric, L74 Swellow, L74 Lugia

3rd Team: L73 Exeggutor, L73 Articuno, L74 Tauros, L74 Zapdos, L75 Rhyperior, L75 Moltres



Snagem Head Gonzap (M) Island: Snagem Base

Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 Archeops, L71 Tangrowth, L72 Golurk, L72 Magmortar, L73 Haxorus, L73 Electivire

2nd Team: L72 Granbull, L72 Crawdaunt, L73 Armaldo, L73 Breloom, L74 Machamp, L74 Skarmory

3rd Team: L73 Venusaur, L73 Slaking, L74 Blastoise, L74 Salamence, L75 Charizard, L75 Hydrios

Team Sonic Sonic (M) Island: Sonic's Island

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Fearow, L71 Raichu, L72 Dugtrio, L72 Rapidash, L73 Aerodactyl, L73 Jolteon

2nd Team: L72 Biohyrax, L72 Espeon, L73 Jumpluff, L73 Manectric, L74 Crobat, L74 Typhlosion

3rd Team: L73 Swellow, L73 Froslass, L74 Ninjask, L74 Floatzel, L75 Staraptor, L75 Sceptile
4th Team: L74 Porygon-Z, L74 Accelgor, L75 Gliscor, L75 Zoroark, L76 Elestar, L76 Serperior

5th Team: L75 Raikou, L75 Shaymin-S, L76 Darkrai, L76 Solares, L77 Mewtwo, L77 Deoxys-S

Team Sonic Tails (M) Island: Tails's Island

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Xatu, L71 Biohyrax, L72 Aerodactyl, L72 Pidgeot, L73 Charizard, L73 Dragonite

2nd Team: L72 Tropius, L72 Pelipper, L73 Skarmory, L73 Altaria, L74 Crobat, L74 Togekiss

3rd Team: L73 Drifblim, L73 Honchkrow, L74 Staraptor, L74 Skibison, L75 Flygon, L75 Salamence
4th Team: L74 Braviary, L74 Mandibuzz, L75 Sigilyph, L75 Ecocadia, L76 Latias, L76 Latios

5th Team: L75 Articuno, L75 Ho-oh, L76 Zapdos, L76 Lugia, L77 Moltres, L77 Rayquaza

Team Sonic Knuckles (M) Island: Knuckles's Island

Teams: 5

1st Team: L71 Machamp, L71 Scizor, L72 Alakazam, L72 Exeggutor, L73 Gengar, L73 Dragonite

2nd Team: L72 Ampharos, L72 Houndoom, L73 Espeon, L73 Tyranitar, L74 Slaking, L74 Metagross

3rd Team: L73 Sunflorazumarill, L73 Scorchihem, L74 Porygon-Z, L74 Salamence, L75 Gardevoir, L75 Garchomp

4th Team: L74 Excadrill, L74 Chandelure, L75 Mikombat, L75 Rhyperior, L76 Magnezone, L76 Hydreigon

5th Team: L75 Ho-oh, L75 Palkia, L76 Terrias, L76 Groudon, L77 Zekrom, L77 Mewtwo
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on May 01, 2013, 02:34:03 am
Sorry to update this topic after a long while, but another thing I've done is make a number of Touhoumon game ideas. You can see them all here (http://thpp.supersanctuary.net/forum/index.php?topic=71.0). However, I also have ones for Flora and Azure that I'll post here, too. If you want to know why, just look what I've done and you'll be surprised.

TOUHOUMON FLORA/AZURE

This is a Touhoumon idea based off of Pokémon Flora and Azure, (yes, I've thought up Touhoumon game ideas based off my own fangame ideas). However, these Touhoumon ideas may be the most unique ones I've ever conceived. First off, you need to know the story.

Long ago in the Nostrum region, two powerful magicians, the Sorcerer Prince and the Witch Princess, created a legion of dolls. Having been inspired by the Bonekas of other regions, these two sought to bring forth a new generation of their own making. The two of them decided to forge Bonekas based off two well-known groups, the iDolmasters and the Vocaloids. By infusing them will El energy, located throughout the region, these Bonekas were given sentience. Once the long task was done, the Bonekas managed to escape and spread out into the region. In due time, Bonekas from other regions had come and started to coexist with the Bonekas native to the Nostrum region.

In short, Touhoumon Flora and Azure gives us Touhous you never thought would be in a Touhoumon game. If you're a fan of iDolmaster and Vocaloid, you'll quickly discover Touhoumon lines based off of the characters of them! With lines consisting of Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi, Miku Hatsune, Megurine Luka, and more, things will get quite interesting! In addition, Touhoumon Flora and Azure also incorporates the Light and Chemical types introduced in Pokémon Flora and Azure, adding a new blend of variety to the new Touhous! In short, this is a Touhoumon experience not like any other!


These are the Starter lines for Touhoumon Flora and Azure:

CH Haruka (Fire)
Haruka (Fire)
EX Haruka (Fire/Psychic)

CH Miki (Grass/Electric)
Miki (Grass/Electric)
EX Miki (Grass/Electric)

CH Chihaya (Water)
Chihaya (Water)
EX Chihaya (Water/Ice)


These are all the Touhous (if you can even call them that) introduced in Flora and Azure. A bit of trivia. When it comes to the iMAS-based lines, their types are mostly based off of their image colors (ex: Haruka's image color is red, hence she's a Fire-type; Chihaya's image color is blue, hence she's a Water-type). The colors of the EX forms of each line also reflect said color. For the Vocaloid-based lines, color also plays a part in each line's typing, although other factors do so as well. Anyway, here are all the lines introduced in Touhoumon Flora and Azure:

CH Haruka (Fire)
Haruka (Fire)
EX Haruka (Fire/Psychic)
EX Haruka Base Stats: HP 75, ATK 85, DEF 65, SP ATK 120, SP DEF 65, SPD 130, TOTAL: 540

CH Miki (Grass/Electric)
Miki (Grass/Electric)
EX Miki (Grass/Electric)
EX Miki Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 105, DEF 85, SP ATK 95, SP DEF 80, SPD 85, TOTAL: 530

CH Chihaya (Water)
Chihaya (Water)
EX Chihaya (Water/Ice)
EX Chihaya Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 70, DEF 80, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 110, SPD 70, TOTAL: 520

CH Iori (Psychic)
Iori (Psychic)
EX Iori (Psychic)
EX Iori Base Stats: HP 120, ATK 60, DEF 75, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 85, SPD 60, TOTAL: 510

CH Yayoi (Fighting)
Yayoi (Fighting)
EX Yayoi (Fighting)
EX Yayoi Base Stats: HP 85, ATK 110, DEF 60, SP ATK 75, SP DEF 60, SPD 120, TOTAL: 510

CH Azusa (Water/Psychic)
Azusa (Water/Psychic)
EX Azusa (Water/Psychic)
EX Azusa Base Stats: HP 90, ATK 55, DEF 85, SP ATK 105, SP DEF 145, SPD 60, TOTAL: 540

CH Yukiho (Ghost/Ice)
Yukiho (Ghost/Ice)
EX Yukiho (Ghost/Ice)
EX Yukiho Base Stats: HP 100, ATK 45, DEF 115, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 115, SPD 55, TOTAL: 510

CH Makoto (Dark)
Makoto (Dark)
EX Makoto (Dark)
EX Makoto Base Stats: HP 85, ATK 125, DEF 85, SP ATK 65, SP DEF 85, SPD 95, TOTAL: 520

CH Ritsuko (Grass)
Ritsuko (Grass)
EX Ritsuko (Grass)
EX Ritsuko Base Stats: HP 85, ATK 70, DEF 105, SP ATK 95, SP DEF 105, SPD 70, TOTAL: 530

CH Ami (Light)
Ami (Light)
EX Ami (Light/Fighting)
EX Ami Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 105, DEF 105, SP ATK 65, SP DEF 65, SPD 90, TOTAL: 500

CH Mami (Light)
Mami (Light)
EX Mami (Light/Psychic)
EX Mami Base Stats: HP 90, ATK 65, DEF 65, SP ATK 105, SP DEF 105, SPD 70, TOTAL: 500

CH Hibiki (Dragon/Ground)
Hibiki (Dragon/Ground)
EX Hibiki (Dragon/Ground)
EX Hibiki Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 125, DEF 65, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 80, SPD 110, TOTAL: 520

CH Takane (Psychic)
Takane (Psychic)
EX Takane (Psychic/Dark)
EX Takane Base Stats: HP 60, ATK 65, DEF 60, SP ATK 120, SP DEF 120, SPD 95, TOTAL: 520

CH Ai (Light)
Ai (Light)
EX Ai (Light/Fire)
EX Ai Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 90, DEF 70, SP ATK 100, SP DEF 70, SPD 110, TOTAL: 510

CH Eri (Ghost)
Eri (Ghost)
EX Eri (Ghost)
EX Eri Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 60, DEF 95, SP ATK 90, SP DEF 95, SPD 100, TOTAL: 510

CH Ryo (Steel)
Ryo (Steel)
EX Ryo (Steel)
EX Ryo Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 120, DEF 110, SP ATK 65, SP DEF 85, SPD 70, TOTAL: 520

CH Miku (Normal)
Miku (Normal)
EX Miku (Normal)
EX Miku Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 60, DEF 60, SP ATK 135, SP DEF 90, SPD 115, TOTAL: 540

CH Rin K. (Electric)
Rin K. (Electric)
EX Rin K. (Electric)
EX Rin K. Base Stats: HP 60, ATK 95, DEF 65, SP ATK 105, SP DEF 75, SPD 100, TOTAL: 500

CH Len K. (Electric)
Len K. (Electric)
EX Len K. (Electric)
EX Len K. Base Stats: HP 100, ATK 60, DEF 95, SP ATK 65, SP DEF 105, SPD 75, TOTAL: 500

CH Kaito (Ice/Water)
Kaito (Ice/Water)
EX Kaito (Ice/Water)
EX Kaito Base Stats: HP 90, ATK 65, DEF 105, SP ATK 115, SP DEF 105, SPD 70, TOTAL: 550

CH Meiko (Fire)
Meiko (Fire)
EX Meiko (Fire/Chemical)
EX Meiko Base Stats: HP 75, ATK 90, DEF 70, SP ATK 130, SP DEF 90, SPD 95, TOTAL: 550

CH Luka (Water)
Luka (Water)
EX Luka (Water/Light)
EX Luka Base Stats: HP 125, ATK 60, DEF 60, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 105, SPD 80, TOTAL: 540

CH Gakupo (Psychic)
Gakupo (Psychic)
EX Gakupo (Psychic)
EX Gakupo Base Stats: HP 65, ATK 85, DEF 65, SP ATK 85, SP DEF 120, SPD 120, TOTAL: 540

CH SF-A2 (Steel)
SF-A2 (Steel)
EX SF-A2 (Steel)
EX SF-A2 Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 65, DEF 140, SP ATK 95, SP DEF 60, SPD 70, TOTAL: 510

CH Kaai (Normal)
Kaai (Normal)
EX Kaai (Normal)
EX Kaai Base Stats: HP 65, ATK 75, DEF 60, SP ATK 150, SP DEF 60, SPD 90, TOTAL: 500

CH Kiyoteru (Normal)
Kiyoteru (Normal)
EX Kiyoteru (Normal)
EX Kiyoteru Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 90, DEF 80, SP ATK 90, SP DEF 80, SPD 80, TOTAL: 500

CH Gumi (Grass/Fighting)
Gumi (Grass/Fighting)
EX Gumi (Grass/Fighting)
EX Gumi Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 115, DEF 65, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 70, SPD 110, TOTAL: 520

CH Lily (Dark/Light)
Lily (Dark/Light)
EX Lily (Dark/Light)
EX Lily Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 65, DEF 65, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 110, SPD 100, TOTAL: 530

CH Iroha (Normal/Light)
Iroha (Normal/Light)
EX Iroha (Normal/Light)
EX Iroha Base Stats: HP 55, ATK 115, DEF 60, SP ATK 105, SP DEF 60, SPD 105, TOTAL: 500

CH SeeU (Fighting)
SeeU (Fighting)
EX SeeU (Fighting)
EX SeeU Base Stats: HP 110, ATK 110, DEF 65, SP ATK 65, SP DEF 80, SPD 80, TOTAL: 510

CH IA (Normal/Flying)
IA (Normal/Flying)
EX IA (Normal/Flying)
EX IA Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 60, DEF 60, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 95, SPD 105, TOTAL: 510

CH Yuzuki (Psychic)
Yuzuki (Psychic)
EX Yuzuki (Psychic)
EX Yuzuki Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 55, DEF 105, SP ATK 100, SP DEF 105, SPD 55, TOTAL: 500

CH Lapis (Ice/Psychic)
Lapis (Ice/Psychic)
EX Lapis (Ice/Psychic)
EX Lapis Base Stats: HP 130, ATK 50, DEF 85, SP ATK 95, SP DEF 95, SPD 55, TOTAL: 510

CH Merli (Bug/Flying)

Merli (Bug/Flying)

EX Merli (Bug/Flying)
EX Merli Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 70, DEF 70, SP ATK 110, SP DEF 90, SPD 100, TOTAL: 520

CH Mayu (Light)
Mayu (Light)
EX Mayu (Light/Dark)
EX Mayu Base Stats: HP 70, ATK 130, DEF 70, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 70, SPD 90, TOTAL: 510

CH Neru (Dark)
Neru (Dark)
EX Neru (Dark/Electric)
EX Neru Base Stats: HP 75, ATK 115, DEF 75, SP ATK 95, SP DEF 75, SPD 85, TOTAL: 520

CH Haku (Ghost)
Haku (Ghost/Chemical)
EX Haku (Ghost/Chemical)
EX Haku Base Stats: HP 140, ATK 100, DEF 80, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 80, SPD 40, TOTAL: 520

CH Teto (Dragon)
Teto (Dragon)
EX Teto (Dragon/Flying)
EX Teto Base Stats: HP 60, ATK 120, DEF 70, SP ATK 120, SP DEF 70, SPD 110, TOTAL: 550

CH BRS (Dark/Fighting)
BRS (Dark/Fighting)
EX BRS (Dark/Fighting)
EX BRS Base Stats: HP 80, ATK 140, DEF 70, SP ATK 80, SP DEF 70, SPD 120, TOTAL: 560

Kotori (Grass)
Producer (Normal)
Hidaka* (Normal)
Sakurai* (Fire)
Cineria (Ghost)
Nonowa (Normal)
Hach. Miku (Normal)
TakoLuka (Water)
Bott. Miku (Normal/Water)
*-These are supposed to be Mai Hidaka and Yumenko Sakurai from iDolmaster Dearly Stars.


These are Touhou personifications of Terrias, Hydrios, and Solares from Pokémon Flora/Azure. (They replace the Terrias/Hydrios/Solares you obtain normally.) They still count as Touhous and remain in your party and everything.

Terrias (Grass/Flying)
Hydrios (Water/Flying)
Solares (Light/Flying)


In Touhoumon Flora and Azure, DL Rumia and DL Hina have an interesting change. In addition to their normal typings, a Dark/Light DL Rumia and a Light/Poison DL Hina can also be found. These are denoted by their slightly different colors. Also, the DL Rumia and DL Hina of these types learn some different moves than their Dark/Ghost and Dark/Poison variants. Note than the Dark/Ghost-type DL Rumia and Dark/Poison-type DL Hina are also still attainable. In fact, for example, it's possible for you to have both a Dark/Poison DL Hina and a Light/Poison DL Hina. A DL Rumia originating in Azure is Dark/Ghost-type while one originating in Flora is Dark/Light-type. A DL Hina found in Flora is Dark/Poison-type while one found in Azure is Light/ Poison-type.

DL Rumia (Dark/Ghost)
DL Rumia (Dark/Light)

DL Hina (Dark/Poison)
DL Hina (Light/Poison)


These are special Touhous based off of the fanmade alternate versions of Cirno; Achi Cirno, Ikazu Cirno, Hapa Cirno, and Mizu Cirno. In order to obtain one, you first need to have a CH Cirno in your party, at least one open slot, a basic Pokéball, and the CH Cirno in question must be holding a Fire Stone, Thunderstone, Leaf Stone, or Water Stone. When CH Cirno becomes Cirno (at Level 18), you'll receive an Elemental Cirno that matches the stone Cirno's holding. These Touhous are standalones that have their own types, movesets, and abilities. They are also found in Touhoumon Black 2 and White 2 through the same method.

Ach-Cirno (Fire) <Fire Stone>
Ikaz-Cirno (Electric) <Thunderstone>
Hap-Cirno (Grass) <Leaf Stone>
Miz-Cirno (Water) <Water Stone>


These are Touhous based off of the alternate versions of Miku; Sakura Miku, Yuki Miku, Append Miku, and Zatsune Miku. In order to obtain one, you first need to have a CH Miku in your party, at least one open slot, a basic Pokéball, and the CH Miku in question needs to become Miku (at Level 18) in a specific area. When this happens, then you'll receive a Special Miku determined by where you are. These Touhous are standalones that have their own types, movesets, and abilities.

Saku-Miku (Normal/Grass) <Flora Forest>
Yuki-Miku (Normal/Ice) <Ice Cavern>
Appe-Miku (Normal/Psychic) <Prism Mine>
Zats-Miku (Normal/Dark) <Yokai Cave>


This is a Touhou personification of a certain Pokémon from Pokémon Flora/Azure. Her stats have been buffed making her immensely powerful and she's only obtained through a special event, which I'll not be revealing.

Sunflorazumarill (Grass/Water)
Sunflorazumarill Base Stats: HP 115, ATK 95, DEF 95, SP ATK 120, SP DEF 105, SPD 70, TOTAL: 600


These are the locations of each Legendary Touhou in the game:

Kongala <Replaces Basiboros>
Kikuri <Replaces Dimensium>
Yuugenma <Replaces Auright>
Shingyoku (Priest) <Found in Terra Chamber (post-game)>
Shingyoku (Priestess) <Found in Hydro Chamber (post-game)>
Shingyoku (Orb) <Found in Solar Chamber (post-game)>
Layla <Replaces Dialga> (Requires S Flandre)
Merry N <Replaces Palkia> (Requires S Flandre)
Sariel <Replaces Giratina> (Requires S Flandre)
S Flandre <Replaces Arceus>

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A special note about Chemical-type Touhous as there's only three of them. Due to there being very few Poison and Bug-type Touhous, Chemical-type attacks are also super-effective against Steel-type Touhous and Chemical-type Touhous also have a Resistance to Steel-type attacks.

Also, how it works when it comes to the Starters is that you get to choose from either CH Haruka, CH Miki, or CH Chihaya, while you rival ends up getting either CH Reimu (Miki), CH Marisa (Chihaya), or CH Sanae (Haruka).

EDIT: Added Merli to the game. Also added Hachune Miku, TakoLuka, and Bottle Miku.

Next up for here will be the rosters for every major Trainer in the game.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on May 05, 2013, 11:38:13 pm
TOUHOUMON FLORA/AZURE TRAINER ROSTERS

GYM LEADERS

Leader Madoka (F)
L12 CH Takane, L13 CH Shikieiki, L14 CH Byakuren

Leader Madoka (F) (Tag Partner)
L12 CH Takane, L13 CH Shikieiki, L14 CH Byakuren

Leader Madoka (F) (Rematch)
L64 Shanghai, L65 EX Shikieiki, L64 Hourai, L65 EX Kaguya, L64 EX Takane, L66 EX Byakuren


Leader Merry (F)
L20 CH Mima, L21 CH Yukiho, L22 Yuyuko

Leader Merry (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Youmu, L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Yukiho, L65 EX Tojiko, L64 EX Miyako, L66 EX Yuyuko


Leader Kaori (F)
L24 CH Suika, L25 Yayoi, L26 Gumi

Leader Kaori (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Yayoi, L65 Hakurei, L64 EX Sara, L65 EX Gumi, L64 Rinnosuke, L66 EX Suika


Leader Carina (F)
L28 Ai, L29 Mayu, L30 Lily

Leader Carina (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Ai, L31 Mayu, L32 Lily

Leader Carina (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Mami, L64 EX Ami, L64 EX Ai, L65 EX Luka, L65 EX Mayu, L66 EX Lily

Leader Haruna (F)
L28 Haku, L29 Haku, L30 EX Haku

Leader Haruna (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Haku, L31 Haku, L32 EX Haku

Leader Haruna (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Yamame, L65 EX Medecine, L64 EX Wriggle, L65 EX Meiko, L64 EX Eirin, L66 EX Haku


Leader Mizore (F)
L33 Letty, L35 Alice, L34 Yumemi, L36 EX Cirno

Leader Mizore (F) (Rematch)
L65 AV Letty, L64 EX Kaito, L64 EX Lapis, L65 EX Cirno, L64 EX Lolice, L66 EX Yumemi


Leader Haruka (Nogizaka) (F)
L37 Hibiki, L39 EX Iku, L38 Teto, L40 EX Miko

Leader Haruka (Nogizaka) (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Iku, L65 EX Hibiki, L64 EX Teto, L64 EX Satsuki, L65 EX Miko, L66 EX Mitori


Leader Erika (Sendou) (F)
L41 Flandre, L43 EX Neru, L42 EX Elis, L44 EX Remilia

Leader Erika (Sendou) (F) (Rematch)
L64 EX Elis, L64 EX Neru, L64 EX Yuka, L65 EX Remilia, L65 EX Flandre, L66 EX Sasha


Leader Saber (F)
L47 EX Yumenko, L49 EX Youmu, L48 EX Sakuya, L50 Youki

Leader Saber (F) (Rematch)
L65 AV Cirno, L64 EX Youmu, L64 EX Yumenko, L64 EX Keine (H), L65 Inu-Sakuya, L66 Youki


ELITE FOUR

Elite Four Misaka (F)
L51 Kirisame, L50 EX Tojiko, L51 EX Shou, L50 EX Iku, L52 EX Miki

Elite Four Misaka (F) (Rematch)
L70 EX Neru, L70 EX Tojiko, L71 EX Shou, L71 EX Marisa, L70 EX Iku, L72 EX Miki


Elite Four Haruka (Amami) (F)
L50 EX Rin, L51 EX Mokou, L50 EX Utsuho, L51 EX Haruka, L52 EX Marisa

Elite Four Haruka (Amami) (F) (Rematch)
L70 EX Utsuho, L70 EX Yumemi, L70 EX Mokou, L71 EX Haruka, L71 EX Marisa, L72 EX Flandre


Elite Four Yuri (F)
L53 EX Azusa, L52 EX Murasa, L53 EX Sanae, L52 EX Luka, L54 EX Suwako

Elite Four Yuri (F) (Rematch)
L72 EX Luka, L73 EX Azusa, L72 EX Murasa, L73 EX Sanae, L72 EX Chihaya, L74 EX Suwako


Elite Four Hinagiku (F)
L53 EX Gumi, L52 EX Satsuki, L53 EX Yuka, L52 EX Kaguya, L54 EX Yuyuko

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Rematch)
L72 EX Sanae, L72 EX Satsuki, L73 EX Yuka, L72 EX Mamizou, L73 EX Gumi, L74 EX Yuyuko


CHAMPION

Princess Bonnie (F) (Tag Partner)
L46 EX Azusa, L47 EX Sakuya, L48 EX Teto

Champion Bonnie (F)
L76 EX Azusa, L77 EX Teto, L76 EX Sakuya, L77 EX Yuyuko, L76 EX Marisa, L78 EX BRS


RIVAL BATTLES

Rival Battles (Richelle)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L5 CH Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L5 CH Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L5 CH Reimu

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Reimu

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Utsuho, L23 Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Iku, L23 Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Kaito, L23 Reimu

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L28 Youmu, L29 Utsuho, L29 Kaito, L30 Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L28 Youmu, L29 CH Iku, L29 Utsuho, L30 Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L28 Youmu, L29 Kaito, L29 CH Iku, L30 Reimu

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Utsuho, L36 Kaito, L37 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Iku, L36 Utsuho, L37 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Kaito, L36 Iku, L37 EX Reimu

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Utsuho, L39 Kaito, L40 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Iku, L39 Utsuho, L40 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Kaito, L39 Iku, L40 EX Reimu

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Utsuho, L50 EX Kaito, L51 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Iku, L50 EX Utsuho, L51 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Kaito, L50 EX Iku, L51 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Utsuho, L67 EX Kaito, L68 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Iku, L67 EX Utsuho, L68 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Kaito, L67 EX Iku, L68 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Utsuho, L77 EX Kaito, L78 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Iku, L77 EX Utsuho, L78 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Kaito, L77 EX Iku, L78 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Utsuho, L87 EX Kaito, L88 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Iku, L87 EX Utsuho, L88 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Iku, L88 EX Reimu


Rival Battles (Ricard)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L5 CH Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L5 CH Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L5 CH Reimu

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L7 CH Youmu, L9 CH Reimu

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Utsuho, L23 Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Iku, L23 Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L22 CH Youmu, L21 CH Kaito, L23 Reimu

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L28 Youmu, L29 Utsuho, L29 Kaito, L30 Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L28 Youmu, L29 CH Iku, L29 Utsuho, L30 Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L28 Youmu, L29 Kaito, L29 CH Iku, L30 Reimu

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Utsuho, L36 Kaito, L37 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Iku, L36 Utsuho, L37 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L35 Iroha, L35 Youmu, L36 Kaito, L36 Iku, L37 EX Reimu

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Utsuho, L39 Kaito, L40 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Iku, L39 Utsuho, L40 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L38 Iroha, L38 Youmu, L39 Kaito, L39 Iku, L40 EX Reimu

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Utsuho, L50 EX Kaito, L51 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Iku, L50 EX Utsuho, L51 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L49 EX Iroha, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Shinki, L49 EX Kaito, L50 EX Iku, L51 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Utsuho, L67 EX Kaito, L68 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Iku, L67 EX Utsuho, L68 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L66 EX Iroha, L65 EX Youmu, L67 Shinki, L66 EX Kaito, L67 EX Iku, L68 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Utsuho, L77 EX Kaito, L78 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Iku, L77 EX Utsuho, L78 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L76 EX Iroha, L75 EX Youmu, L77 Shinki, L76 EX Kaito, L77 EX Iku, L78 EX Reimu

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Utsuho, L87 EX Kaito, L88 EX Marisa

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Iku, L87 EX Utsuho, L88 EX Sanae

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L86 EX Iroha, L85 EX Youmu, L87 Shinki, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Iku, L88 EX Reimu


OTHER TRAINERS

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F)
L28 Momiji, L29 Youmu, L30 Tenshi

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Tag Partner)
L28 Momiji, L29 Youmu, L30 Tenshi


Scientist Darryl (M)
L28 Utsuho, L29 Nitori, L30 Kanako


SPECIAL PARTNERS

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Chiyuri, L?? Murasa
How the levels of Leia's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Leia's Touhous will be at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Leia's Touhous are at L35.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Chiyuri, L?? EX Murasa
If you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Leia's Touhous are at L40 and both as of this point are also their EX forms; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; Leia's Touhous will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Leia's Touhous are at L50; if it's the post-game, Leia's Touhous are at L60.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Chiyuri, L50 EX Murasa, L50 EX Sanae

Mermaid Leia (F)
L64 EX Chihaya, L65 EX Sanae, L64 EX Futo, L65 EX Suwako, L64 EX Chiyuri, L66 EX Murasa


Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Byakuren, L?? Yukari
How the levels of Keira's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), Keira's Touhous will be at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Keira's Touhous are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Keira's Touhous are at L40.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Yukari, L?? EX Byakuren
If you've obtained the Shade Badge; Keira's Touhous will be at L45 and Byakuren as of this point is also in her EX form.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Byakuren, L?? EX Yukari
If you've obtained the Armor Badge, Keira's Touhous are at L50 and Yukari as of this point is also in her EX form; if it's the post-game, Keira's Touhous are at L60.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Byakuren, L50 EX Yukari, L50 Shinki

Sleeper Keira (F)
L64 EX Azusa, L65 Shinki, L64 EX Kaguya, L64 EX Lapis, L65 EX Byakuren, L66 EX Yukari


Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Gengetu, L?? Mima
How the levels of the Witch Princess's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Flora) or Zombie Badge (Azure), the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, then the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L45.

Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Gengetu, L?? EX Mima
If you've obtained the Armor Badge, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L50 and both as of this point are also in their EX forms; if it's the post-game, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L60.

Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Gengetu, L50 EX Mima, L50 EX Yuka

Witch Princess (F)
L64 EX LilyBlack, L65 EX Takane, L64 EX Remilia, L65 EX Gengetu, L64 EX Yuka, L66 EX Mima


TOWER BOSS

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (1st Battle)
L50 EX Mima, L50 EX Kanako, L50 EX Yumemi

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Kikuri, L50 Kongala, L50 Yuugenma


TURIAVITA MEMBERS

Turiavita Grunt Touhous (M)/(F)

Common List
Psychic: CH Reisen, Reisen, CH Koakuma, Koakuma, CH Rikako, Rikako, CH Gakupo, Gakupo
Dark: CH Remilia, Remilia, CH Mima, Mima, CH Gengetu, CH Kurumi, Kurumi, CH Neru
Ghost: CH Parsee, Parsee, CH Rin, Rin, CH Kana, Kana, CH Kogasa, Kogasa

Seldom List
Psychic: CH Shinki, Ran, CH Alice, Alice, EX Koakuma, EX Rikako
Dark: CH Nue, Nue, Gengetu, Neru, LilyBlack, EX Kurumi
Ghost: Ghost, CH Tojiko, Tojiko, CH Haku, Haku, EX Kana

One-Time List
Psychic: EX Reisen, EX Gakupo, EX Takane, EX Alice, EX Ran, EX Hatate
Dark: EX Remilia, EX Mai, EX Neru, EX Gengetu, EX LilyBlack, EX Lily
Ghost: EX Parsee, EX Rin, Youki, EX Kogasa, EX Haku, EX Tojiko


Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (1st Battle)
L25 CH Eirin, L27 Parsee, L26 Keine, L28 Yuugi

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (2nd Battle)
L39 Eirin, L41 Yuugi, L40 EX Parsee, L42 EX Keine (N)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (3rd Battle)
L44 EX Parsee, L45 EX Kanako, L44 EX Keine (N), L45 EX Yuugi, L46 EX Eirin

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (4th Battle)
L62 EX Parsee, L63 EX Kanako, L62 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Yuugi, L64 EX Eirin


Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (1st Battle)
L20 CH Iori, L19 Medecine, L19 CH Yamame, L20 EX Tewi

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (2nd Battle)
L33 Iori, L32 Medecine, L32 Yamame, L33 Youmu, L34 EX Tewi
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Grunt (F)
L33 Remilia

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (3rd Battle)
L45 EX Iori, L44 EX Medecine, L44 EX Yamame, L45 EX Youmu, L46 EX Tewi

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (4th Battle)
L63 EX Iori, L62 EX Medecine, L62 EX Yamame, L63 EX Youmu, L64 EX Tewi


Turiavita Chihaya (F) (1st Battle)
L21 CH VIVIT, L23 IA, L22 Patchouli, L24 Sanae

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (2nd Battle)
L36 EX IA, L37 VIVIT, L37 EX Sanae, L36 EX Patchouli, L38 EX Meiling

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (3rd Battle)
L47 EX Patchouli, L46 EX IA, L48 EX Sanae
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Spy Yukiho (F)
L47 EX Yukiho, L46 EX Wriggle, L48 EX Kasen

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (Final)
L56 Solares, L54 EX Murasa, L55 EX Marisa, L54 EX Tenshi, L54 EX Kaguya, L55 AV Cirno


Turiavita Master Del Donna (F)
L56 EX Suika, L57 EX Suwako, L56 EX Iku, L57 EX Yuyuko, L56 EX Shikieiki, L58 EX Flandre


TOUHOU TRAINERS

Ace Trainer Easter (F)
L85 Hakurei, L86 Genji, L86 Rika, L87 EX Meira, L87 Kirisame, L88 EX Mima

Ace Trainer Dimps (M)
L85 EX Ellen, L86 EX Kotohime, L86 EX Kana, L87 EX Rikako, L87 EX Chiyuri, L88 EX Yumemi

Ace Trainer Lotus (F)
L85 EX Orange, L86 EX Kurumi, L86 EX Elly, L87 EX Yuka, L87 EX Mugetu, L88 EX Gengetu

Ace Trainer Mystic (M)
L85 EX Sara, L86 EX Luize, L86 EX Yuki, L87 EX Mai, L87 EX Yumenko, L88 Shinki

Ace Trainer Scarlet (F)
L85 EX Meiling, L86 EX Koakuma, L86 EX Patchouli, L87 EX Sakuya, L87 EX Remilia, L88 EX Flandre

Ace Trainer Cherry (F)
L85 EX Alice, L86 EX Youmu, L86 EX Yuyuko, L87 EX Chen, L87 EX Ran, L88 EX Yukari

Ace Trainer Parish (M)
L85 EX Tewi, L86 EX Reisen, L86 EX Eirin, L87 EX Kaguya, L87 EX Keine (H), L88 EX Mokou

Ace Trainer Phantasm (M)
L85 EX Cirno, L86 EX Aya, L86 EX Medecine, L87 EX Yuka, L87 EX Komachi, L88 EX Shikieiki

Ace Trainer Faith (F)
L85 EX Nitori, L86 EX Hina, L86 EX Momiji, L87 EX Sanae, L87 EX Kanako, L88 EX Suwako

Ace Trainer Annie (F)
L85 EX Parsee, L86 EX Yuugi, L86 EX Satori, L87 EX Rin, L87 EX Utsuho, L88 EX Koishi

Ace Trainer Fantasio (M)
L85 EX Kogasa, L86 EX Ichirin, L86 EX Murasa, L87 EX Shou, L87 EX Byakuren, L88 EX Nue

Ace Trainer Desiree (F)
L85 EX Miyako, L86 EX Seiga, L86 EX Tojiko, L87 EX Futo, L87 EX Miko, L88 EX Mamizou

Ace Trainer Fairio (M)
L85 EX Sunnymilk, L86 EX Star S., L86 EX Lunachild, L87 EX LilyWhite, L87 EX LilyBlack, L88 EX Daichan

Ace Trainer Law (M)
L85 EX Suika, L86 EX Iku, L86 EX Tenshi, L87 EX Hatate, L87 EX Kasen, L88 EX Satsuki

Ace Trainer Perfeco (M)
L85 EX Marisa, L86 EX Ai, L86 EX Haruka, L87 EX Yayoi, L87 EX Makoto, L88 EX Hibiki

Ace Trainer Wander (M)
L85 EX Eri, L86 EX Ami, L86 EX Mami, L87 EX Iori, L87 EX Yukiho, L88 EX Takane

Ace Trainer Missy (F)
L85 EX Reimu, L86 EX Ryo, L86 EX Chihaya, L87 EX Azusa, L87 EX Ritsuko, L88 EX Miki

Ace Trainer Vocalia (F)
L85 EX Luka, L86 EX Meiko, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Len K., L87 EX Rin K., L88 EX Miku

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Here they are. The rosters for every major Trainer seen in Touhoumon Flora and Azure. This also makes use of many of the lines introduced in Flora/Azure. When it came to Haruna, due to there only being three Chemical-type Touhous, I had to improvise with Poison and Bug-types in her rematch. Also, outside of "Hard Mode" Touhoumon games, Chihaya becomes the first person to use an Advent Touhou outside of the post-game. When it comes to the Touhou Trainers, four more have been added to show off several of the iMAS and Vocaloid-based lines.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on May 12, 2013, 07:13:21 pm
Sorry it took a while for me to get to it, but now I've decided to post what I have for Marathon Battles in Touhoumon Flora and Azure. That's right, even the Marathon Battles get the Touhoumon treatment. Here, pretty much all kinds of Touhous are used and as you progress through the teams, you'll end up facing more powerful ones. For instance, the last team for each Trainer is usually reserved for Legendaries, Last Word, Final/Ultra, certain Advent, and even Z Touhous, meaning you may need to be prepared for those. Note that I may add more Marathon Battle lineups to the ones already listed over time.

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DS TRANSMITTED MARATHON BATTLES
Note for Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar: In Easy Mode, the levels of all Trainers' Touhous are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode.

Leader Madoka (F) Island: Madoka's Maze
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Yuzuki, L72 EX Iori, L72 EX Mami, L73 Shanghai, L73 Hourai
2nd Team: L72 EX Hatate, L72 EX Patchouli, L73 EX Ran, L73 EX Takane, L74 Hakurei, L74 EX Miko
3rd Team: L73 EX Shikieiki, L73 EX Kaguya, L74 EX Azusa, L74 EX Haruka, L75 EX Byakuren, L75 Shinki
4th Team: L74 Layla, L74 Sariel, L75 LW Reimu, L75 Z-Alice, L76 LW Kaguya, L76 Z-Yukari

Leader Merry (F) Island: Merry's Dream Shrine
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Kana, L71 EX Eri, L72 EX Komachi, L72 EX Parsee, L73 EX Yukiho, L73 EX Haku
2nd Team: L72 EX Kogasa, L72 EX Miyako, L73 EX Tojiko, L73 EX Rin, L74 EX Youmu, L74 EX Murasa
3rd Team: L73 Youki, L73 Kongala, L74 EX Mima, L74 Layla, L75 EX Yuyuko, L75 Saigyou
4th Team: L74 LW Mima, L74 Giratina, L75 DL Rumia, L75 AV Yuyuko, L76 Merry N, L76 Z-Youmu
Note: Merry's DL Rumia is Dark/Ghost.

Leader Kaori (F) Island: Kaori's Academy
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 AV Meiling, L71 EX Sara, L72 EX Yayoi, L72 EX Ami, L73 Rinnosuke, L73 Hakurei
2nd Team: L72 EX Elly, L72 EX SeeU, L73 EX Meiling, L73 EX Keine (H), L74 EX Ichirin, L74 EX Byakuren
3rd Team: L73 EX Gumi, L73 EX Mokou, L74 EX Suika, L74 EX Yuugi, L75 EX BRS, L75 Kongala
4th Team: L74 F Meiling, L74 U Suika, L75 LW Yuugi, L75 Z-Elly, L76 LW Mokou, L76 Z-Youmu

Leader Carina (F) Island: Carina's Cathedral
Teams: 2
1st Team: L71 Toyohime, L71 Yorihime, L72 EX Mami, L72 EX Ami, L73 EX Ai, L73 EX Iroha
2nd Team: L72 EX Mayu, L72 EX Luka, L73 EX Lily, L73 Solares, L74 DL Rumia, L74 DL Hina
Note: Carina's DL Rumia is Dark/Light and her DL Hina is Light/Poison.

Leader Haruna (F) Island: Haruna's Center
Teams: 2
1st Team: L71 EX Hina, L71 EX Wriggle, L72 EX Yamame, L72 SS Wriggle, L73 EX Haku, L73 EX Eirin
2nd Team: L72 EX Medecine, L72 DE Wriggle, L73 AV Eirin, L73 P Wriggle, L74 EX Meiko, L74 Z-Reisen

Leader Mizore (F) Island: Mizore's Village
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 SS Alice, L71 Yuk-Miku, L72 EX Yukiho, L72 EX Mai, L73 EX Lapis, L73 EX Kaito
2nd Team: L72 EX Letty, L72 EX Chihaya, L73 EX Cirno, L73 EX Yumemi, L74 EX Lolice, L74 Inu-Sakuya
3rd Team: L73 F Sakuya, L73 LW Alice, L74 DokterAneh, L74 LW Yumemi, L75 Kyurem*, L75 Z-Cirno
* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Kyurem is Black Kyurem.

Leader Haruka N. (F) Island: Haruka's Anime-Con
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 Charizard, L71 EX Meiling, L72 EX Satsuki, L72 EX Seiga, L73 EX Hibiki, L73 EX Sasha
2nd Team: L72 Gyarados, L72 EX Iku, L73 EX Kasen, L73 EX Teto, L74 EX Miko, L74 EX Mitori
3rd Team: L73 Hydreigon, L73 Latias, L74 Garchomp, L74 Latios, L75 Dragonite, L75 Rayquaza

Leader Erika S. (F) Island: Erika's Manor
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 (-----), L71 (-----), L72 (-----), L72 (-----), L73 (-----), L73 (-----)
2nd Team: L72 (-----), L72 (-----), L73 (-----), L73 (-----), L74 (-----), L74 (-----)
3rd Team: L73 (-----), L73 (-----), L74 (-----), L74 (-----), L75 (-----), L75 (-----)
4th Team: L74 (-----), L74 (-----), L75 (-----), L75 (-----), L76 (-----), L76 (-----)

Leader Saber (F) Island: Saber's Avalon
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 (-----), L71 (-----), L72 (-----), L72 (-----), L73 (-----), L73 (-----)
2nd Team: L72 (-----), L72 (-----), L73 (-----), L73 (-----), L74 (-----), L74 (-----)
3rd Team: L73 (-----), L73 (-----), L74 (-----), L74 (-----), L75 (-----), L75 (-----)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) Island: Chihaya's Island
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Merli, L71 EX Haruka, L72 EX Suika, L72 EX Miki, L73 EX Mugetu, L73 EX Chihaya
2nd Team: L72 EX IA, L72 EX Patchouli, L73 EX Murasa, L73 EX Meiling, L74 AV Cirno, L74 Sunflorazumarill
3rd Team: L73 Z-Tenshi, L73 A VIVIT, L74 Z-Marisa, L74 LW Kaguya, L75 Z-Sanae, L75 Solares

Turiavita Master Del Donna (F) Island: Turiavita Base
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Wriggle, L71 EX Satsuki, L72 EX Remilia, L72 EX Shou, L73 EX Luka, L73 EX Meiko
2nd Team: L72 EX Koishi, L72 EX Chiyuri, L73 EX Yumemi, L73 EX Eirin, L74 EX Iku, L74 EX BRS
3rd Team (Normal): L73 Z-Suwako, L73 U Suika, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L74 LW Shikieiki, L75 Z-Flandre, L75 AV Yukari
3rd Team (Special/Flora Only): L73 Z-Suwako, L73 U Suika, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L74 LW Shikieiki, L75 Z-Flandre, L75 Hydrios
3rd Team (Special/Azure Only): L73 Z-Suwako, L73 U Suika, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L74 LW Shikieiki, L75 Z-Flandre, L75 Terrias
To fight the "Normal" 3rd team in Flora/Azure, you have to perform a certain task against the version's "Special" 3rd team. When fighting the "Special" 3rd team, Hydrios/Terrias will rebel against Del Donna upon emerging into battle and become a wild Touhou, even taking out the rest of Del Donna's Touhou before focusing on your own. This Hydrios/Terrias's stats and the like are pre-set like any other of Del Donna's Touhou, therefore Hydrios/Terrias will have the same stats and the like each time you fight it. Since Hydrios/Terrias will become a wild Touhou once it rebels against Del Donna, you're even able to catch Hydrios/Terrias, something you can't do in a normal Marathon Battle! You'll fight the version's "Special" 3rd team until you catch the Hydrios /Terrias that rebels against Del Donna, after which you'll fight the "Normal" 3rd team subsequent times.
Note: In Solar, the "Special" teams aren't used.


ADDITIONAL MARATHON BATTLES

Charizard Tamer Liza (F) Island: Liza's Fire Maze
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 Shnaghai, L71 Ach-Cirno, L72 SS Utsuho, L72 EX Sunnymilk, L73 EX Yuki, L73 Dolls (Heat)
2nd Team: L72 VIVIT, L72 EX Futo, L73 EX Ai, L73 EX Meiko, L74 EX Utsuho, L74 EX Mokou
3rd Team: L73 EX Haruka, L73 EX Yumemi, L74 EX Marisa, L74 EX Flandre, L75 AV Mokou, L75 Charizard
4th Team: L74 F Marisa, L74 Z-Mokou, L75 Reshiram, L75 Z-Flandre, L76 Ho-oh, L76 Z-Remilia

Greenhouse Gal Sonrisa (F) Island: Sonrisa's Greenhouse
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 Sak-Miku, L71 Hap-Cirno, L72 SS Sanae, L72 EX Daichan, L73 EX Medecine, L73 Dolls (Cut)
2nd Team: L72 EX Shizuha, L72 EX Minoriko, L73 EX Ristuko, L73 EX Sanae, L74 EX Gumi, L74 EX Miki
3rd Team: L73 EX Satsuki, L73 EX Kaguya, L74 EX Yuyuko, L74 EX Kanako, L75 EX Mamizou, L75 EX Yuka
4th Team: L74 Sunflorazumarill, L74 LW Yamame, L75 LW Sanae, L75 LW Medecine, L76 LW Yuyuko, L76 F Yuka
5th Team: L75 LW Kanako, L75 Terrias, L76 U Sanae, L76 Mythica, L77 AV Yuyuko, L77 Z-Yuka

Performer Trixie (F) Island: Trixie's Space Stage
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 SS Nitori, L71 Miz-Cirno, L72 SS Utsuho, L72 EX Star S., L73 SS Sanae, L73 Dolls (Wash)
2nd Team: L72 SS Alice, L72 EX Kisume, L73 EX Chiyuri, L73 EX Kaito, L74 EX Azusa, L74 EX Mitori
3rd Team: L73 EX Murasa, L73 EX Luka, L74 EX Nitori, L74 EX Chihaya, L75 EX Suwako, L75 EX Sanae
4th Team: L74 AV Eirin, L74 Sunflorazumarill, L75 LW Cirno, L75 LW Nitori, L76 LW Sanae, L76 LW Suwako
5th Team: L75 U Sanae, L75 Z-Cirno, L76 Hydrios, L76 Z-Suwako, L77 Palkia, L77 Z-Marisa

[PK][MN] Trainer Electra (F) Island: Electra Compound
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 SS Nitori, L71 Ika-Cirno, L72 EX Yumenko, L72 EX Lunachild, L73 Dolls (Fan), L73 EX Keine (N)
2nd Team: L72 EX Keine (H), L72 EX Chiyuri, L73 EX Miki, L73 AV Cirno, L74 EX Shou, L74 EX Tojiko
3rd Team: L73 EX Neru, L73 EX Kanako, L74 EX Youmu, L74 EX Marisa, L75 F Nitori, L75 F Sakuya
4th Team: L74 LW Shikieiki, L74 LW Kanako, L75 Zekrom, L75 Dialga, L76 F Marisa, L76 Z-Marisa

Dojo Master Shingo (M) Island: Shingo Boot Camp
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 Rinnosuke, L71 EX Ichirin, L72 Hakurei, L72 EX Byakuren, L73 EX Wriggle, L73 EX Mokou
2nd Team: L72 EX Suika, L72 EX Yuugi, L73 EX Gumi, L73 EX Meiling, L74 EX Merli, L74 EX BRS
3rd Team: L73 F Meiling, L73 U Suika, L74 LW Yuugi, L74 Z-Elly, L75 LW Yamame, L75 Z-Youmu

Mysteryman Eusine (M) Island: Eusine Resort
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Lunachild, L71 EX Patchouli, L72 Kirisame, L72 EX Lapis, L73 EX Nitori, L73 EX Shikieiki
2nd Team: L72 EX Hatate, L72 EX Neru, L73 EX Haruka, L73 EX Miki, L74 EX Azusa, L74 EX Shou
3rd Team: L73 EX Iku, L73 EX Byakuren, L74 EX Marisa, L74 EX Miko, L75 EX Tojiko, L75 Layla
4th Team: L74 Sariel, L74 LW Kanako, L75 Z-Yuyuko, L75 F Marisa, L76 Z-Yukari, L76 Z-Suwako

Hula Dancer Floreia (F) Island: Floreia's Coral Bed
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 SS Alice, L71 SS Utsuho, L72 SS Wriggle, L72 SS Lunasa, L73 SS Shikieiki, L73 SS Keine
2nd Team: L72 Sak-Miku, L72 EX Ritsuko, L73 EX Daichan, L73 EX Medecine, L74 EX Satsuki, L74 EX Yuka
3rd Team: L73 EX Kaguya, L73 EX Eirin, L74 EX Gumi, L74 EX Luka, L75 EX Miki, L75 EX Chihaya
4th Team: L74 EX Yuyuko, L74 EX Azusa, L75 EX Kanako, L75 EX Suwako, L76 EX Sanae, L76 Sunflorazumarill
5th Team: L75 LW Kanako, L75 LW Suwako, L76 LW Sanae, L76 U Sanae, L77 Z-Yuka, L77 Z-Suwako

Magma Leader Maxie (M) Island: Magma Base
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Momiji, L71 EX Remilia, L72 SS Utsuho, L72 EX Ai, L73 EX Meiko, L73 EX Yumemi
2nd Team: L72 EX Chen, L72 EX Rin, L73 EX Tenshi, L73 EX Utsuho, L74 EX Suika, L74 EX Flandre
3rd Team: L73 EX Hibiki, L73 EX Haruka, L74 EX Yuugi, L74 EX Marisa, L75 EX Mokou, L75 AV Ran
4th Team: L74 LW Mokou, L74 Reshiram, L75 U Utsuho, L75 Ho-oh, L76 F Marisa, L76 Z-Flandre

Aqua Leader Archie (M) Island: Aqua Base
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Wriggle, L71 EX Remilia, L72 SS Alice, L72 EX Nitori, L73 EX Eirin, L73 EX Kaito
2nd Team: L72 EX Komachi, L72 EX Chiyuri, L73 EX Luka, L73 EX Azusa, L74 EX Suwako, L74 EX Mitori
3rd Team: L73 EX Mai, L73 EX Chihaya, L74 EX Yumemi, L74 EX Sanae, L75 EX Murasa, L75 AV Eirin
4th Team: L74 F Sakuya, L74 Hydrios, L75 LW Eirin, L75 Palkia, L76 U Sanae, L76 Z-Suwako

Flora Leader Farlie (M) Island: Flora Base
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Chen, L71 EX Remilia, L72 SS Sanae, L72 EX Daichan, L73 Sak-Miku, L73 EX Medecine
2nd Team: L72 EX Shizuha, L72 EX Minoriko, L73 EX Gumi, L73 EX Kaguya, L74 EX Satsuki, L74 EX Kanako
3rd Team: L73 EX Yamame, L73 EX Miki, L74 EX Wriggle, L74 EX Sanae, L75 EX Ritsuko, L75 EX Yuyuko
4th Team: L74 LW Kaguya, L74 Terrias, L75 F Yuka, L75 Mythica, L76 AV Yuyuko, L76 Z-Yuka

Plasma Leader Plasmae (F) Island: Plasma Base
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Patchouli, L71 EX Remilia, L72 SS Nitori, L72 EX Tojiko, L73 EX Rin K., L73 EX Len K.
2nd Team: L72 Hakurei, L72 Kirisame, L73 EX Sakuya, L73 EX Shou, L74 EX Shikieiki, L74 EX Kanako
3rd Team: EX Chiyuri, L73 EX Miki, L74 EX Neru, L74 EX Marisa, L75 EX Iku, L75 Shinki
4th Team: L74 F Nitori, L74 Dialga, L75 LW Iku, L75 Zekrom, L76 LW Kanako, L76 Z-Marisa

Draco Leader Dralene (F) Island: Draco Base
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Suika, L71 EX Remilia, L72 EX Meiling, L72 EX Rin, L73 EX Satsuki, L73 EX Mitori
2nd Team: L72 EX Youmu, L72 EX Hibiki, L73 EX Seiga, L73 EX Murasa, L74 EX Iku, L74 EX Sasha
3rd Team: L73 EX Kasen, L73 EX Miko, L74 EX Yuyuko, L74 EX Teto, L75 EX Mima, L75 A VIVIT
4th Team: L74 Salamence, L74 Kyurem*, L75 Garchomp, L75 Giratina, L76 Hydreigon, L76 Rayquaza
* In Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar, Kyurem is in its normal form.

Galactic Boss Cyrus (M) Island: Galactic Base
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Koakuma, L71 EX Medecine, L72 EX Patchouli, L72 EX Eirin, L73 EX Lily, L73 EX Chen
2nd Team: L72 EX Hina, L72 EX Suika, L73 EX Reisen, L73 EX Shikieiki, L74 EX Wriggle, L74 EX Kanako
3rd Team: L73 Dialga, L73 U Utsuho, L74 Palkia, L74 Z-Remilia, L75 Giratina, L75 Z-Mima

Team Plasma N (M) Island: N's Island
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Nazrin, L71 EX Kogasa, L72 EX Kyouko, L72 EX Gengetu, L73 LW Suika, L73 AV Yukari
2nd Team: L72 EX Murasa, L72 EX Rin, L73 EX Iku, L73 LW Reimu, L74 LW Sakuya, L74 F Marisa
3rd Team (Flora Only): L73 EX Mokou, L73 EX Mai, L74 EX Hatate, L74 Youki, L75 LW Sanae, L75 Zekrom
3rd Team (Azure Only): L73 EX Shou, L73 EX Mai, L74 EX Hatate, L74 Youki, L75 LW Sanae, L75 Reshiram

Pokémon Trainer N (M) Island: N's Island
(Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar) Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 EX Nitori, L71 EX Kanako, L72 EX Iku, L72 EX Luka, L73 EX Suwako, L73 LW Sanae
2nd Team: L72 EX Meiko, L72 EX Satsuki, L73 EX Yuka, L73 EX Marisa, L74 EX Utsuho, L74 LW Mokou
3rd Team: L73 EX Tenshi, L73 EX Suika, L74 EX Youmu, L74 EX Keine (H), L75 EX Hibiki, L75 LW Chen
4th Team: L74 EX Yumemi, L74 EX Lolice, L75 EX Yukiho, L75 Inu-Sakuya, L76 EX Letty, L76 LW Cirno

Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) Island: Plasma Base BW
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Kanako, L71 EX Nazrin, L72 EX Elis, L72 EX Shou, L73 EX Miyako, L73 EX Kasen
2nd Team: L72 EX Shikieiki, L72 EX Yumemi, L73 EX Byakuren, L73 EX Nue, L74 Hydreigon, L74 A VIVIT
3rd Team: L73 Mythica, L73 Z-Suwako, L74 Kyurem, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L75 Ho-oh, L75 S Flandre

Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) Island: Plasma Base BW
(Solar-Flora/Solar-Azure/Solar) Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Mugetu, L71 EX Yamame, L72 EX Kanako, L72 EX Mayu, L73 EX Meiko, L73 EX Shikieiki
2nd Team: L72 EX Yuugi, L72 EX Eirin, L73 EX Byakuren, L73 EX Nue, L74 Sariel, L74 EA Mokou
3rd Team: L73 Z-Suwako, L73 Reshiram, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L74 Kyurem (Black), L75 Z-Reimu, L75 S Flandre <Flora/Fleck Only>
3rd Team: L73 Z-Suwako, L73 Zekrom, L74 Z-Yuyuko, L74 Kyurem (White), L75 Z-Reimu, L75 S Flandre <Azure/Azalea Only>

Rocket Admin Tyson (M) Island: Rocket Base
Teams: 3
1st Team: L71 EX Hina, L71 EX Yuka, L72 EX Medecine, L72 EX Makoto, L73 EX Aya, L73 EX Reimu
2nd Team: L72 EX Neru, L72 EX Eirin, L73 Shinki, L73 DE Wriggle, L74 EX BRS, L74 AV Eirin
3rd Team: L73 Terrias, L73 Z-Reisen, L74 Hydrios, L74 Z-Rumia, L75 Solares, L75 Z-Remilia

Rocket Boss Giovanni (M) Island: Giovanni's Empire
Teams: 4
1st Team: L71 ST Ran, L71 ST Tenshi, L72 EX Yamame, L72 EX Ran, L73 EX Hibiki, L73 EX Shou
2nd Team: L72 EX Tenshi, L72 EX Kasen, L73 EX Suika, L73 EX Yuugi, L74 EX Mamizou, L74 EX Suwako
3rd Team: L73 Garchomp, L73 AV Ran, L74 LW Yamame, L74 LW Chen, L75 U Suika, L75 LW Tenshi
4th Team: L74 LW Suika, L74 Z-Remlia, L75 LW Yuugi, L75 Z-Tenshi, L76 LW Suwako, L76 Z-Yukari

Team Sonic Sonic (M) Island: Sonic's Island
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 EX Chen, L71 EX Lunachild, L72 EX LilyBlack, L72 EX Ai, L73 EX Yayoi, L73 EX Teto
2nd Team: L72 EX Meira, L72 EX Rikako L73 EX Yuki, L73 EX Tojiko, L74 EX Miku, L74 EX Remilia
3rd Team: L73 EX Youmu, L73 EX Nazrin, L74 EX Hibiki, L74 EX Marisa, L75 EX Hatate, L75 EX Gengetu
4th Team: L74 EX Gumi, L74 EX Shou, L75 EX Murasa, L75 EX Haruka, L76 EX Aya, L76 EX Nue
5th Team: L75 Sariel, L75 Z-Remilia, L76 Solares, L76 Z-Marisa, L77 LW Aya, L77 Z-Sakuya

Team Sonic Tails (M) Island: Tails's Island
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 Mimi-Chan, L71 Genji, L72 EX Tokiko, L72 EX Merli, L73 EX Koakuma, L73 EX Remilia
2nd Team: L72 EX Mystia, L72 EX Kogasa, L73 EX IA, L73 Kirsame, L74 EX Gengetu, L74 EX Seiga
3rd Team: L73 EX Aya, L73 EX Hatate, L74 EX Utsuho, L74 EX Reimu, L75 EX Teto, L75 EX Nue
4th Team: L74 Latias, L74 Latios, L75 LW Aya, L75 LW Utsuho, L76 LW Remilia, L76 Sariel
5th Team: L75 Terrias, L75 Rayquaza, L76 Hydrios, L76 Ho-oh, L77 Solares, L77 Z-Sanae

Team Sonic Knuckles (M) Island: Knuckles's Island
Teams: 5
1st Team: L71 EX Rumia, L71 EX Patchouli, L72 EX Momiji, L72 Kirisame, L73 Youki, L73 EX Mima
2nd Team: L72 EX Hatate, L72 EX Hibiki, L73 EX Yumemi, L73 EX Suika, L74 EX Murasa, L74 EX BRS
3rd Team: L73 EX Utsuho, L73 EX Shou, L74 EX Yuyuko, L74 EX Komachi, L75 EX Byakuren, L75 EX Nue
4th Team: L74 EX Neru, L74 EX Shikieiki, L75 EX Meiling, L75 EX Marisa, L76 EX Yuugi, L76 EX Flandre
5th Team: L75 Z-Elly, L75 Z-Yuka, L76 Z-Rumia, L76 Z-Mokou, L77 Z-Youmu, L77 Z-Shinki
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 13, 2013, 02:07:34 am
Here's something else for Pokémon Flora and Azure that I should've put down earlier, the TM's in the game. Here, since I didn't want to exclude the TM moves from the 4th Generation, how the TM list works in Flora Azure is that in Flora, you get the 4th Gen TM list, while in Azure, you get the 5th Gen TM list.

Also, in Flora/Azure, Chemical Spill comes in two types, Poison and Chemical. A special feature that TM72 has is called "Toggle". When selecting the move, you can use this feature to change its type. Note that no Pokemon is allowed to know both types of Chemical Spill at the same time. The Toggle feature is also used in Flora to switch between Defog and Whirlpool when using HM05.

Also found in the games are the Move Tutor moves from Platinum and HeartGold/SoulSilver. Three Move Tutors, each with a list of 18 moves, are found throughout the region. When it comes to the special moves, there's one for Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, Grass Pledge, Fire Pledge, and Water Pledge, one for Draco Meteor, and one for Relic Song. The same Pokémon that can know those moves in other game are the ones that can know them if Flora/Azure. For Secret Sword, there's a place near the Hydro Temple where if you have them in your party, Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion will teach Keldeo the move.

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TM/HM List (IV)
01: Focus Punch
02: Dragon Claw
03: Water Pulse
04: Calm Mind
05: Roar
06: Toxic
07: Hail
08: Bulk Up
09: Bullet Seed
10: Hidden Power
11: Sunny Day
12: Taunt
13: Ice Beam
14: Blizzard
15: Hyper Beam
16: Light Screen
17: Protect
18: Rain Dance
19: Giga Drain
20: Safeguard
21: Frustration
22: Solarbeam
23: Iron Tail
24: Thunderbolt
25: Thunder
26: Earthquake
27: Return
28: Dig
29: Psychic
30: Shadow Ball
31: Brick Break
32: Double Team
33: Reflect
34: Shock Wave
35: Flamethrower
36: Sludge Bomb
37: Sandstorm
38: Fire Blast
39: Rock Tomb
40: Aerial Ace
41: Torment
42: Facade
43: Secret Power
44: Rest
45: Attract
46: Thief
47: Steel Wing
48: Skill Swap
49: Snatch
50: Overheat
51: Roost
52: Focus Blast
53: Energy Ball
54: False Swipe
55: Brine
56: Fling
57: Charge Beam
58: Endure
59: Dragon Pulse
60: Drain Punch
61: Will-o-Wisp
62: Silver Wind
63: Embargo
64: Explosion
65: Shadow Claw
66: Payback
67: Recycle
68: Giga Impact
69: Rock Polish
70: Flash
71: Stone Edge
72a: Chemical Spill
72b: Chemical Spill
73: Avalanche
74: Thunder Wave
75: Gyro Ball
76: Swords Dance
77: Stealth Rock
78: Psych Up
79: Captivate
80: Dark Pulse
81: Steel Petal
82: Rock Slide
83: X-Scissor
84: Sleep Talk
85: Natural Gift
86: Poison Jab
87: Dream Eater
88: Grass Knot
89: Swagger
90: Pluck
91: U-Turn
92: Substitute
93: Flash Cannon
94: Trick Room
95: Razor Storm
96: HDRX Cluster
97: Spider Cage
98: Chemical Missile
99: CMCL Cyclone
100: Light Pulse
101: Laser Blast
102: Magic Shield
TMX: Spectrum Bomb
01: Cut
02: Fly
03: Surf
04: Strength
05a: Defog
05b: Whirlpool
06: Rock Smash
07: Waterfall
08: Rock Climb
09: Lava Surf
10: Ice Smash

TM/HM List (V)
01: Hone Claws
02: Dragon Claw
03: Psyshock
04: Calm Mind
05: Roar
06: Toxic
07: Hail
08: Bulk Up
09: Venoshock
10: Hidden Power
11: Sunny Day
12: Taunt
13: Ice Beam
14: Blizzard
15: Hyper Beam
16: Light Screen
17: Protect
18: Rain Dance
19: Telekinesis
20: Safeguard
21: Frustration
22: Solarbeam
23: Smack Down
24: Thunderbolt
25: Thunder
26: Earthquake
27: Return
28: Dig
29: Psychic
30: Shadow Ball
31: Brick Break
32: Double Team
33: Reflect
34: Sludge Wave
35: Flamethrower
36: Sludge Bomb
37: Sandstorm
38: Fire Blast
39: Rock Tomb
40: Aerial Ace
41: Torment
42: Facade
43: Flame Charge
44: Rest
45: Attract
46: Thief
47: Low Sweep
48: Round
49: Echoed Voice
50: Overheat
51: Ally Switch
52: Focus Blast
53: Energy Ball
54: False Swipe
55: Scald
56: Fling
57: Charge Beam
58: Sky Drop
59: Incinerate
60: Quash
61: Will-o-Wisp
62: Acrobatics
63: Embargo
64: Explosion
65: Shadow Claw
66: Payback
67: Retaliate
68: Giga Impact
69: Rock Polish
70: Flash
71: Stone Edge
72a: Chemical Spill
72b: Chemical Spill
73: Volt Switch
74: Thunder Wave
75: Gyro Ball
76: Swords Dance
77: Struggle Bug
78: Psych Up
79: Bulldoze
80: Frost Breath
81: Rock Slide
82: X-Scissor
83: Dragon Tail
84: Work Up
85: Poison Jab
86: Dream Eater
87: Grass Knot
88: Swagger
89: Pluck
90: U-turn
91: Substitute
92: Flash Cannon
93: Trick Room
94: Wild Charge
95: Rock Smash
96: Snarl
97: Razor Storm
98: HDRX Cluster
99: Spider Cage
100: Chemical Missile
101: CMCL Cyclone
102: Light Pulse
103: Laser Blast
104: Magic Shield
TMX: Spectrum Bomb
01: Cut
02: Fly
03: Surf
04: Strength
05: Waterfall
06: Dive
07: Lava Surf
08: Ice Smash

Special MT Moves
Draco Meteor
Frenzy Plant
Blast Burn
Hydro Cannon
Grass Pledge
Fire Pledge
Water Pledge
Relic Song
Secret Sword

Pt/HG/SS MT Moves
Fire Punch
Heat Wave
Dive
Aqua Tail
Flowerpunch
Seed Bomb
Thunderpunch
Magnet Rise
Icy Wind
Ice Punch
Vacuum Wave
Superpower
Gunk Shot
Gastro Acid
Earth Power
Mud-Slap
Air Cutter
Bounce
Zen Headbutt
Trick
Fury Cutter
Signal Beam
Ancientpower
Rollout
Ominous Wind
Nightmare
Twister
Outrage
Sucker Punch
Knock Off
Iron Defense
Iron Head
Swift
Helping Hand
Endeavor
Last Resort
Snore
Uproar
Spite
Synthesis
Worry Seed
Low Kick
Sky Attack
Tailwind
Role Play
Gravity
Magic Coat
Bug Bite
String Shot
Block
Headbutt
Heal Bell
Super Fang
Pain Split

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For the HM moves found in both games, some things are adjusted for each of them. In Flora, there are whirlpool-like areas in water that you can use Whirlpool on in order to go underwater as well as whirlpools that you can use the move on to clear, while in Azure those areas are replaced with dark areas you can use Dive on to go underwater or go under walls where the whirlpools would be.

In Azure, Rock Smash rocks are replaced with Strength rocks while Rock Climb walls are replaced with bike rails (some of them one-way) that you can use the Bike on. Areas of fog remain the same in both games due to the fact that Defog isn't necessary to progress through the game.

There are also two new HM moves in the games, Lava Surf and Ice Smash. Lava Surf is used to travel across lava pools (such as in Firefall Ridge), while Ice Smash is used to smash ice formations (such as in the Ice Cavern). Unlike Strength and Rock Smash rocks, ice formations come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from clusters to walls and more.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 14, 2013, 12:49:46 am
As you may expect, Pokémon Flora and Azure also have a selection of moves that debut. About two thirds of them are Light and Chemical-type moves, but there's also a number of moves of other types. Pretty much everything you need to know about these moves are listed above. Note that these are only the moves I've put down so far. There are around 40+ new moves and after I get some my affairs in order, this list will be expanded.

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CMCL Cyclone
Type: Chemical
Move PP: 5
Power: 120
Accuracy: 75
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 1*
3-on-3: 1*
Description: The user traps the foe in a giant swirling vortex of chemicals. The foe can't escape for two to five turns.
Level: Chemicrush, Biohyrax
By TM 101: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Butterfree, Beedrill, Ekans, Arbok, Nidoranf, Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoranm, Nidorino, Nidoking, Zubat, Golbat, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Paras, Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Grimer, Muk, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Koffing, Weezing, Tangela, Scyther, Pinsir, Mew, Chikorita, Bayleef, Meganium, Ledyba, Ledian, Spinarak, Ariados, Crobat, Bellossom, Hoppip, Skiploom, Junpluff, Sunkern, Sunflora, Yanma, Pineco, Forretress, Qwilfish, Scizor, Shuckle, Heracross, Celebi, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Beautifly, Dustox, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Surskit, Masquerain, Shroomish, Breloom, Nincada, Ninjask, Shedinja, Volbeat, Illumise, Roselia, Gulpin, Swalot, Cacnea, Cacturne, Seviper, Lileep, Cradily, Anorith, Armaldo, Tropius, Turtwig, Grotle, Torterra, Kricketune, Budew, Roserade, Wormadam, Mothim, Vespiquen, Cherubi, Cherrim, Stunky, Skuntank, Skorupi, Drapion, Croagunk, Toxicroak, Carnivine, Snover, Abomasnow, Tangrowth, Yanmega, Leafeon, Shaymin, Arceus, Snivy, Servine, Serperior, Pansage, Simisage, Sewaddle, Swadloon, Leavanny, Venipede, Whirlipede, Scolipede, Cottonee, Whimsicott, Petilil, Lilligant, Maractus, Dwebble, Crustle, Trubbish, Garbodor, Deerling, Sawsbuck, Karrablast, Escavalier, Foongus, Amoonguss, Joltik, Galvantula, Ferroseed, Ferrothorn, Shelmet, Accelgor, Durant, Larvesta, Volcarona, Virizion, Genesect, Flowertrio, Flowersixtet, Icolet, Electraisy, Flarose, XXXXXXX, Cacteur, Hedgerine, Steelemine, Treerunt, Forestop, Darksy, Nightinpale, XXXXXXX, Aquatica, Mythica, Whipersnap, Snapspark, Plantplug, Deku Scrub, Scrubrawl, Enragious, Megoliath, Chemiket, Mothical, Florantom, Metanilant, Fiamlora, Aciphere, Acidicand, Chemicrush, Snapacid, Snapazard, Biohyrax, Sunkarill, Sunflorazumarill, Mystiloom, Geluppy, Gelardine, Solout, Solant, Aracha, Moldarach, Plasmactor, Flaricid, Scorchihem, Ectoplatom, Mercutop, Metaliquid, Biomerd, Tropivern, Ecocadia, Terrias, Basiboros, Dimensium
Egg Move: (n/a)
Special Notes: While normally only the target will be hit by this attack, in Double Battles, there is a 25% chance that the other opponent will also be hit by the attack and a 25% chance that a partner will be. In Triple Battles, non-adjacent targets can be randomly hit by the attack and there's also a 25% chance that both another opponent and a partner will also be hit by the attack. This move is a variation of the move Magma Storm.

Ice Smash
Type: Ice
Move PP: 15
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100
Attack Type: Physical
Dir. Atk.: Yes
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: 1
Description: With focus, the user slams the foe with freezing force powerful enough to shatter ice. It also breaks barriers such as Light Screen and Reflect.
By HM09: Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Psyduck, Golduck, Mankey, Primeape, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Golem, Slowbro, Dewgong, Cloyster, Onix, Kingler, Cubone, Marowak, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Lickitung, Rhydon, Kangaskhan, Seaking, Tauros, Gyarados, Lapras, Omastar, Kabutops, Snorlax, Articuno, Dragonite, Mewtwo, Mew, Croconaw, Feraligatr, Marill, Azumarill, Sudowoodo, Politoed, Quagsire, Slowking, Steelix, Snubbull, Granbull, Heracross, Corsola, Swinub, Piloswine, Sneasel, Delibird, Mantine, Donphan, Hitmontop, Miltank, Suicune, Tyranitar, Lugia, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, Lombre, Ludicolo, Breloom, Vigoroth, Slaking, Loudred, Exploud, Aggron, Makuhita, Hariyama, Meditite, Medicham, Sharpedo, Flygon, Whiscash, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Armaldo, Absol, Milotic, Glalie, Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Salamence, Metagross, Regirock, Regice, Kyogre, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Prinplup, Empoleon, Bibarel, Cranidos, Rampardos, Gastrodon, Garchomp, Riolu, Lucario, Croagunk, Toxicroak, Snover, Abomasnow, Weavile, Rhyperior, Lickilicky, Glaceon, Gliscor, Mamoswine, Gallade, Palkia, Regigigas, Giratina, Arceus, Oshawott, Dewott, Samurott, Panpour, Simipour, Gigalith, Drillbur, Excadrill, Timburr, Gurdurr, Conkeldurr, Palpitoad, Seismitoad, Throh, Sawk, Krookodile, Scraggy, Scrafty, Carracosta, Swanna, Haxorus, Cubchoo, Beartic, Meinfoo, Meinshao, Druddigon, Golett, Golurk, Bisharp, Bouffalant, Hydreigon, Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, Landorus, Kyurem, Keldeo, Meloetta, Dodongo, Dodonking, Icolet, Slippery Soap, Octosud, Panther Fang, Iron Squid, Shardra, Aquatica, Mythica, Bigocto, Thundekong, Glacishell, Marinipent, Torrenyl, Seraphia, Earthillo, Armaremor, Skibison, Sunkarill, Sunflorazumarill, Moldarach, Icebergact, Glacimpact, Draflect, Hydrios
Special Notes: Using this attack on a frozen Pokémon will free it.
Use: To shatter ice formations.

Ice Wall
Type: Ice
Move PP: 10
Power: 50
Accuracy: 100
Attack Type: Physical
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: 1
Description: The user creates a wall of ice that it sends towards the foe. All damage done to the user's side is halved for the next five turns.
Level: Lapras, Swinub, Piloswine, Snorunt, Glalie, Snover, Abomasnow, Glaceon, Mamoswine, Cryogonal, Kyurem, Cubreeze, Icebergact, Glacimpact, Fairill, Fairost
Egg Move: Shellder, Mantine, Lotad, Wailmer, Mantyke, Cubchoo, Aggresious, Glacishell
Special Notes: This move is a damaging version of Electro Wall (which in turn is a combination of Reflect and Light Screen). If Ice Wall is used again during the effect, the attack will still do damage, but won't do anything such as reset the number of turns Ice Wall's effect lasts for. Ice Wall's effect is nullified by Brick Break and Crystal Break and is bypassed by Infiltrator.

Laser Blast
Type: Electric
Move PP: 5
Power: 140
Accuracy: 90
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: Non-Adjacent
Description: The user charges up, then launches a giant laser at the foe. There is a 30% chance of lowering the foe's Special Defense stat. However, the user will not be able to use this attack during the next turn.
Level: (n/a)
By TM 103: Pikachu, Raichu, Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Electabuzz, Jolteon, Zapdos, Mewtwo, Mew, Chinchou, Lanturn, Pichu, Mareep, Flaaffy, Ampharos, Elekid, Raikou, Electrike, Manectric, Plusle, Minun, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Shinx, Luxio, Luxray, Pachirisu, Magnezone, Electivire, Rotom, Arceus, Blitzle, Zebstrika, Emolga, Joltik, Galvantula, Eelektrik, Eelektross, Stunfisk, Thundurus, Zekrom, Tickety Tock, Tockety Tick, Electraisy, Miusto, Pommy, Miugon, Shardra, Mythica, Whipersnap, Snapspark, Plantplug, Sparkoil, Electring, Vicious, Darkion, Nightasma, Chimazap, Thundekong, Torrenyl, Birilly, Birilatin, Plasmactor, Elestar, Solares
Egg Move: (n/a)
Special Notes: How this move works is that the move itself won't be able to be used the turn after being used (even if it misses). However, the user may still use any other attack. If Laser Blast is the only move the user can use, the turn after using Laser Blast, the user will end up using Struggle on that turn.

Lava Surf
Type: Fire
Move PP: 10
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 2
3-on-3: All Adjacent Foes
Description: With a flash, the user envelops the foe with a wave of magma. It has a 30% chance of leaving the foe badly burned.
By HM09: Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Vulpix, Ninetales, Growlithe, Arcanine, Ponyta, Rapidash, Rhydon, Magmar, Flareon, Moltres, Mew, Cyndaquil, Quilava, Typhlosion, Slugma, Magcargo, Houndour, Houndoom, Magby, Entei, Tyranitar, Ho-oh, Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken, Aggron, Numel, Camerupt, Torkoal, Groudon, Rayquaza, Chimchar, Monferno, Infernape, Rhyperior, Magmortar, Heatran, Arceus, Victini, Tepig, Pignite, Emboar, Pansear, Simisear, Darumaka, Darmanitan, Litwick, Lampent, Chandelure, Heatmor, Larvesta, Volcarona, Reshiram, Dodonking, Flarose, Putleadon, Seadran, Shardra, Dorako, Dorakhan, Stegodon, Vicious, Aggresious, Enragious, Pyrina, Flarancer, Fieryite, Vovalvo, Vovalgia, Fiamlora, Lizanic, Volcanile, Blazight, Flaricid, Scorchihem, Themaquid, Volcaquid
Special Notes: What the words "badly burned" mean is that the burn is a Toxic-strength Burn, or Third-Degree Burn. What this means that in addition to reducing the Pokémon's Attack stat, it also causes the damage received each turn to increase similar to Toxic.
Use: To allow travel over lava pools.

Light Pulse
Type: Light
Move PP: 15
Power: 80
Accuracy: 100
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: Non-Adjacent
Description: The user launches a stream of waves of light at the foe. There is a 10% chance of reducing the foe's Accuracy.
Level: Prisanne, Prismary, Prisangel, Lightail, Luminail, Brighteon, Solout, Solant, Elestar, Cosmiplex, Lightiz, Draflect, Solares, Auright
By TM 102: Pikachu, Raichu, Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Venonat, Venomoth, Psyduck, Golduck, Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Voltorb, Electrode, Chansey, Staryu, Starmie, Mr. Mime, Jynx, Lapras, Zapdos, Moltres, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Mewtwo, Mew, Hoothoot, Noctowl, Chinchou, Lanturn, Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Togetic, Natu, Xatu, Mareep, Flaaffy, Ampharos, Bellossom, Sunkern, Sunflora, Yanma, Corsola, Smoochum, Blissey, Raikou, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, Electrike, Manectric, Plusle, Minun, Volbeat, Illumise, Swablu, Altaria, Solrock, Claydol, Milotic, Tropius, Chimecho, Luvdisc, Latias, Latios, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys, Wormadam, Mothim, Cherubi, Cherrim, Bronzong, Mime Jr., Happiny, Lucario, Magnezone, Togekiss, Yanmega, Porygon-Z, Gallade, Rotom, Uxie, Mespirit, Azelf, Cresselia, Phione, Manaphy, Shaymin, Arceus, Victini, Blitzle, Zebstrika, Roggenrola, Boldore, Gigalith, Audino, Cottonee, Whismicott, Petilil, Lilligant, Sigilyph, Alomomola, Eelektrik,  Eelektross, Elgeym, Beeheym, Larvesta, Volcarona, Reshiram, Meloetta,  Flowertrio, Flowersixtet, Tickety Tock, Tockety Tick, Electraisy, Miusto, Pommy, Miugon, Shardra, Aquatica, Mythica, Whipersnap, Snapspark, Plantplug, Andlar, Angluminate, Vicious, Fiamlora, Torrenyl, Seraphia, Prisanne, Prismary, Prisangel, Birilly, Birilatin, Lightail, Luminail, Blazight, Sunkarill, Sunflorazumarill, Brighteon, Solout, Solant, Plasmactor, Elestar, Fairill, Fairost, Cosmiplex, Mikarata, Mikombat, Lightiz, Draflect, Ecocadia, Solares, Dimensium, Auright

Magic Shield
Type: Light
Move PP: 10
Power: --
Accuracy: --
Attack Type: Support
Dir. Atk.: --
2-on-2: 2
3-on-3: 3
Description: The user creates a barrier of light that protects itself and allies from all additional effects of moves and indirect damage for five turns.
Level: Mr. Mime, Prisanne, Prismary, Prisangel, Lightail, Luminail, Solout, Solant, Fairill, Fairost, Cosmiplex, Lightiz, Draflect, Auright
By 104: Clefairy, Clefable, Vulpix, Ninetales, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Drowzee, Hypno, Chansey, Mr. Mime, Starmie, Porygon, Mewtwo, Mew, Togepi, Togetic, Sunkern, Sunflora, Espeon, Umbreon, Slowking, Misdreavus, Porygon2, Blissey, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, Spoink, Grumpig, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy, Claydol, Duskull, Dusclops, Metang, Metagross, Latias, Latios, Jirachi, Mismagius, Bronzor, Bronzong, Mime Jr., Happiny, Spiritomb, Togekiss, Porygon-Z, Gallade, Dusknoir, Froslass, Cresselia, Phione, Manaphy, Darkrai, Shaymin, Arceus, Victini, Whismicott, Zorua, Zoroark, Vanillite, Vanillish, Vanilluxe, Klinklang, Meloetta, Tockety Tick, Darksy, Nightinpale, Aquatica, Mythica, Twirlight, Seraphia, Prisanne, Prismary, Prisangel, Lightail, Luminail, Blazight, Sunkarill, Sunfloraazumarill, Brighteon, Solout, Solant, Phantormal, Elestar, Fairill, Fairost, Cosmiplex, Mikarata, Mikombat, Lightiz, Draflect, Terrias, Hydrios, Solares, Auright
Special Notes: This is a barrier move like Reflect and Light Screen. Its effect is nullified by Brick Break and Crystal Break and is bypassed by Infiltrator.

Razor Storm
Type: Grass
Move PP: 5
Power: 140
Accuracy: 90
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: All but the user
3-on-3: All Adjacent Pokémon
Description: The user creates a giant maelstrom of slicing winds and leaves that cuts everything in sight to pieces. There is a 30% chance of lowering the foe's Special Defense. However, the user will not be able to use this attack during the next turn.
Level: (n/a)
By TM 97: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Paras, Parasect, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Tangela, Mew, Chikorita, Bayleef, Meganium, Bellossom, Hoppip, Skiploom, Junpluff, Sunkern, Sunflora, Lugia, Celebi, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Shroomish, Breloom, Roselia, Cacnea, Cacturne, Lileep, Cradily,  Tropius, Rayquaza, Turtwig, Grotle, Torterra, Budew, Roserade, Wormadam (Plant), Cherubi, Cherrim, Carnivine, Snover, Abomasnow, Tangrowth, Leafeon, Shaymin, Arceus, Snivy, Servine, Serperior, Pansage, Simisage, Sewaddle, Swadloon, Leavanny, Cottonee, Whimsicott, Petilil, Lilligant, Maractus, Deerling, Sawsbuck, Foongus, Amoonguss, Ferroseed, Ferrothorn, Virizion, Flowertrio, Flowersixtet, Icolet, Electraisy, Flarose, XXXXXXX, Cacteur, Hedgerine, Steelemine, Treerunt, Forestop, Darksy, Nightinpale, XXXXXXX, Shardra, Aquatica, Mythica, Whipersnap, Snapspark, Plantplug, Deku Scrub, Scrubrawl, Enragious, Megoliath, Florantom, Metanilant, Fiamlora, Snapacid, Snapazard, Sunkarill, Sunflorazumarill, Mystiloom, Solout, Solant, Biomerd, Tropivern, Ecocadia, Terrias
Egg Move: (n/a)
Special Notes: How this move works is that the move itself won't be able to be used the turn after being used (even if it misses). However, the user may still use any other attack. If Razor Storm is the only move the user can use, the turn after using Razor Storm, the user will end up using Struggle on that turn.

Snow-Attack
Type: Ice
Move PP: 15
Power: --
Accuracy: 100
Attack Type: Support
Dir. Atk.: --
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: 1
Description: The user throws a plume of snow into the foe's face, blinding it and reducing Accuracy.
Level: Jynx, Swinub, Piloswine, Smoochum, Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Snorunt, Glalie, Snover, Abomasnow, Mamoswine, Froslass, Vanillite, Vanillish, Vanilluxe, Cubchoo, Beartic, Fairill, Fairost
Egg Move: Sneasel, Delibird
Special Notes: An Ice-type version of Sand-Attack.

Spectrum Bomb
Type: Normal (as listed)
Move PP: 10
Power: 120
Accuracy: 75
Attack Type: Special
Dir. Atk.: No
2-on-2: 1
3-on-3: 1
Description: An attack that is always the same type as the user.
Level: (n/a)
By TMX: All Pokémon that can know TM moves.
Special Notes: How this attack works is that it becomes the same type as the user when used. For example, if Sunflora uses Spectrum Bomb, since Sunflora is a Grass-type, Spectrum Bomb is a Grass-type. If a Pokémon that has two types uses Spectrum Bomb, before the move is executed, a menu comes up saying "What type did Spectrum Bomb become?", which then lists the two types of the user. For example, if Cloyster, a Water/Ice-type, uses Spectrum Bomb, the menu depicts Water and Ice. If you choose Ice, then Spectrum Bomb becomes Ice-type. If Water, then Water-type. If Spectrum Bomb is used in a place where the Physical/Special stat is determined by the type of the move itself, then Spectrum Bomb is Physical or Special depending on the type of move. For example, if Camerupt uses Spectrum Bomb in such a location, if you picked Fire, then the move is a special attack, but if you picked Ground, then the move is a physical attack.
Extra Notes: Cannot be used via Metronome or Assist.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 20, 2013, 04:14:46 pm
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Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 20, 2013, 04:15:56 pm
As you may expect, in addition to Pokémon Flora and Azure, there is also a third game in the saga, and that's Solar. Here, a number of things are added in or changed, such as new lineups for various Trainers, more Move Tutor moves, more Trainers to battle, and also the addition of both a Battle Frontier and an equivalent to the Pokémon World Tournament! In short, you get a lot more to do in Solar!

However, if you think getting Solar when you already have Flora and/or Azure isn't necessary, then that's what the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions are for. This allows you to indulge in all the extra content without having to go and get an entirely different game. Because of the expansions, if Pokémon Solar were to be marketed and sold in stores, it would have lesser distribution because not everyone would have to go and get the game.

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POKéMON SOLAR (Start Date: April 2013)

Pokémon Solar is the "third" game in the Pokémon Flora and Azure saga, and is meant to be akin to Pokémon games such as Yellow, Crystal, Emerald, and Platinum. Solares is the version mascot. As you may expect, there are a number of changes and add-ons in Solar that differ from what's in Flora and Azure, and a slew of new places to explore and people to meet. Here's a list of things introduced in Solar:

- Easy Mode and Challenge Mode from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are both available from the start.
- The Therian forms of Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus, the Resolute form of Keldeo, and the Black and White forms of Kyurem are attainable.
- New locations include a Battle Frontier and the Nostrum Grand Tournament (Solar's equivalent of the Pokémon World Tournament).
- Like in Black 2 and White 2, there are hidden nooks located throughout the region where you can catch Pokémon with their Hidden Abilities.
- There are 30 more Move Tutor moves that can be taught to various Pokémon; some of these are from Black 2 and White 2.
- Upon defeating Bonnie, if you go to the Pokémon Institute, Prof. Palm will give you Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Totodile depending on your Starter.
- Upon defeating Bonnie, you'll be able to find and battle N, whose lineup is the highest of anyone found in the game.
- There are more Legendary Pokémon to be found, ranging from Icolet to Entei to Latios to Regigigas to Cobalion to even Mewtwo.

Changes seen in Pokémon Solar include:

- Unlike in other "third" games, the starter Pokémon you get to choose from are different. Here, you get to choose from one of the three Hoenn starters (Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip).
- Richelle or Ricard gets one of the three Sinnoh starters (Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup).
- Most major Trainers have different Pokémon than in Flora/Azure. The lineups here are meant to be more challenging.
- In the post-game, you'll be able to battle Chelsea and Darryl, both with much stronger lineups than normally.
- The TM list used in Solar is the 5th Gen one. In order to give your Pokémon 4th Gen TM moves, you'll need to trade them to Flora and back.
- Whether you battle Carina or Haruna when it comes to the 4th Gym depends on the your character's gender. You fight Carina if you're the male player and Haruna if you're the female player.
- Terrias or Hydrios no longer appears for you to catch before your final battle with Chihaya, making the battle more challenging. However, Bonnie will give you an item that works like the Sacred Ash before the battle.
- After being knighted in Royal Capital City, Bonnie will take you to the Solar Temple, allowing you to catch Solares at Level 56.
- Upon catching Solares, Terrias and Hydrios will appear at their respective temples for you to catch. Both of them are at Level 70.
- Instead of depending on version, Karasu and R.I.F.F.A both drop either the Dark Stone or Light Stone after being defeated.

Here is the list of Move Tutor moves added to Pokémon Solar:

B2/W2/Solar Move Tutor Moves
Burning Spin
Bubblebeam
Magical Leaf
Zap Cannon
Ice Wall
Seismic Toss
Acid Spray
Mud Shot
Hurricane
Synchronoise
Pin Missile
Power Gem
Night Shade
Dragonbreath
Assurance
Heavy Slam
Bright Blast
Light Guard
CHM Reaction
Flouric Acid
Drill Run
Electroweb

Dual Chop
Foul Play

Magic Room
Wonder Room
Bind

Hyper Voice
Covet

After You


POKéMON SOLAR-FLORA AND SOLAR-AZURE

While Pokémon Solar offers a lot of stuff different from Flora and Azure, most of the game still feels the same. The only difference in the story is that during the climax of Turiavita's plans, they already have Terrias and Hydrios within their grasp, so you can't obtain either until the post-game. However, Pokémon Solar isn't necessary to enjoy all of the extra content of the game. In addition to Solar, there are also two DLC expansions, one for Flora and one for Azure. They are named Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure. What do these do exactly? They add in all the additional content, such as new forms, hidden nooks, Easy Mode and Challenge Mode, the Battle Frontier, the Nostrum Grand Tournament, more Move Tutor moves, rematches with Chelsea and Darryl, being able to battle N, getting Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Totodile, and being able to find more Legendaries. More specifically, the things listed below remain the same in the expansions:

- You still get one of the Kanto starters and Richelle or Ricard gets one of the Unova starters.
- The lineups of everyone are the same as they are in Flora and Azure, with the exception of levels in Easy Mode or Normal Mode.
- The TM list for each game is the same as in that particular game (4th Gen list for Flora and 5th Gen list for Azure).
- Whether you battle Carina or Haruna still depends on which of the two games you're playing.
- You still catch Terrias or Hydrios right before your final battle with Chihaya, and only the one corresponding to your game.
- You still have to go to the Solar Temple yourself to find Solares, which is still at Level 70.
- Whether you get the Light Stone or Dark Stone depends on which of the two games you're playing.
- The additional Legendaries encountered through events still depend on which game you're playing.
- Pokémon that are exclusive to one of the games are still exclusive to that game (ex: Sunflora in Flora, Azumarill in Azure).

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Next on the list will be the new locations that are introduced in Pokémon Solar and the expansions.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 21, 2013, 02:13:01 am
Next up in what the Pokémon Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions and Pokémon Solar have for us are the new locations in the game. There are only four of them, though. However, two of them are quite expansive and offer a lot to do. I'm talking about the Battle Frontier and Nostrum Grand Tournament.

The Battle Frontier works much like the ones from Pokémon Emerald, Platinum, and HeartGold and SoulSilver. Here, there are six facilities, four from previous games, and two new ones. There are also a number of other facilities to experience there as well. If you don't already know, the Frontier Brains are characters from various anime, just like everyone else major.

The Nostrum Grand Tournament is Solar's answer to the Pokémon World Tournament. Here, major Trainers from various regions can be battled, from Gym Leaders to Elite Four to even Champions. Another thing to note here is that you can battle both Carina and Haruna in the NGT regardless of which game you're playing or your character's gender.

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EXTRA LOCATIONS

Battle Frontier (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
The Battle Frontier is a special Pokémon Battle area meant to challenge Trainers in various kinds of circumstances. Located where the Battle Tower was in Pokémon Flora and Azure, it's reached by taking the S.S. Azora from Resort Tropicale. There are six different facilities in the Battle Frontier, each one with a leader, the Frontier Brain, who can be challenged after certain winning streaks have been made in their respective facilities. Defeating each Frontier Brain earns the player commemorative emblems.

Upon first arriving at the Battle Frontier, you'll find Richelle or Ricard as well as Carina and Haruna, who welcome you to the place, but before letting you take part in the facilities, you and Richelle/Ricard will battle them in a Double Battle.

Each of the facilities has these rules; all Pokémon are set to Level 50. You may not have duplicate Pokémon or duplicate held items. The item Soul Dew and the move Sky Drop are banned. Certain Pokémon (all of them Legendary) may not participate either.

Here is a list of all the different tournaments you can take part in:

Battle Tower: The Battle Tower is the same facility as the one from Pokémon Flora and Azure. Located on a large glass platform higher than the other facilities, it is the central facility of the Battle Frontier. Here, the player battles seven Trainers consecutively in a simple knock-out, progressively become more difficult. After winning a battle, your Pokémon are healed completely, and you'll have the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder. Unlike the other facilities, multi battles can be conducted. Before the challenge begins, you can choose one among Leia, Keira, or the Witch Princess, although before one can battle alongside you, she must first be recruited as a Tag Partner. Another feature allows you to download a team using the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, which will then appear in your Battle Tower challenges. You can also upload your team to the database to be downloaded by another player.

Kurisu is the Frontier Brain of the Battle Tower, who will challenge you after your 20th consecutive battle, then again after your 48th consecutive battle. Her team is different and much more difficult the second time around.


Battle Factory: The Battle Factory is a facility that is more dedicated to research than the other facilities. The scientists research the abilities of Trainers when using random Pokémon in battle. The look of the facility is similar to the one of the same name in the Battle Frontiers in Sinnoh and Johto. Before entering the Battle Factory, the player hands over their current party in exchange for rental Pokémon. You have to choose 3 out of 6 random Pokémon to battle other Trainers with. The Pokémon are either at L50 or L100 depending on the competition. After winning a battle, your Pokémon are healed completely, and you'll have the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder. If you continue, you'll be offered to trade one of your rental Pokémon for one of the opponent's rental Pokémon, but you can't see the Pokémon's status before trading. You should trade with every Trainer that you fight, since the more you trade, the stronger the Pokémon you'll be able to rent on subsequent treks through the facility.

Tenshi is the Frontier Brain for the Battle Factory, who will challenge you after your 20th consecutive battle, then again after your 48th consecutive battle. Due to the rules of the Battle Factory, Tenshi's Pokémon can be any Pokemon that's allowed in the Battle Frontier.


Battle Pike: The Battle Pike is a long pike in the design of a Serperior. Within it is 21 rooms in seven sets of three. The player may choose any of the three in a set to continue through, and in each one, various events may occur. They can be Single Battles, Double Battles, a battle and healing, wild Pokémon (cannot be caught), status affects, recovery for one of two of your Pokémon, recovery for all your Pokémon, or nothing at all. After winning a battle, you'll then have the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder.

Yuno is the Frontier Brain for the Battle Pike, who will challenge you after your 3rd pass through the Pike, then again after your 10th pass through the Pike. Her team is different the second time around.


Battle Arcade: The Battle Arcade is a facility that resembles a Las Vegas-style casino. The inside of the facility resembles Casinopolis from Sonic Adventure, complete with the arena located in the middle of a massive roulette wheel. Before a battle begins, the player must play the game board to determine the conditions of the battle. The game board is a giant roulette machine that scrolls quickly through a grid of small boxes. Landing on a blue box affects the player while landing on a red box affects the foe. Landing on a green box affects both user and foe. The outcomes that may occur on the game board are mostly the same ones as from the facility of the same name in the Battle Frontiers in Sinnoh and Johto. After winning a battle, your Pokémon will be healed completely, and you'll have the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder.

Sena is the Frontier Brain for the Battle Arcade, who will challenge you after your 20th consecutive battle, then again after your 48th consecutive battle. Her team is different the second time around.


Battle Ship: The Battle Ship is a new facility that resembles a cross between a pirate ship and a spaceship. Unlike other facilities, players enter using all six of their Pokémon and battle Trainers with the same amount of Pokémon through seven battles. However, starting after the second battle, a special crane will appear and take away one of your Pokémon at random. This will happen after every battle from there on in. Basically, you'll have five Pokémon for the third battle, four for the fourth, three for the fifth, two for the sixth, and finally one for the seventh. Any Pokémon taken from you will be marked as transparent on your Pokémon select screen while in the facility, and all of your Pokémon will be returned to you upon clearing the challenge or exiting the facility in any way. After winning a battle, your Pokémon will be healed completely, and you'll have the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder.

Marika is the Frontier Brain for the Battle Ship, who will challenge you after your 20th consecutive battle, then again after your 48th consecutive battle. Her team is different the second time around. Due to the rules of the Battle Ship, Marika will only have one of the Pokémon listed for her at random for the battle.


Battle Net: The Battle Net is a facility where the player will be hooked into a virtual world with a fantasy setting. Here, the player's selects three Pokémon, who will be stripped of all their moves upon entering and for each of them, you'll be able to select any moves that the Pokémon learns by leveling up. As you battle your way through seven Trainers in the challenge, you'll come across two TM tutors, who will let you choose from one of 20 random TM moves (all are from Gen IV) to teach to one of your Pokémon. Each Pokémon may only be taught one move per tutor. There are also two Move Tutors that let you choose from one of 10 random moves taught by Move Tutors (all are moves that are Move Tutor moves in Gen V and Solar). Like with the TM Tutors, each Pokémon may only be taught one move per tutor. Last, there is a special Egg Tutor that let one of your Pokémon be taught one Egg Move. This will allow your Pokémon to have varied movesets during your trek through the facility. Note that checking your Pokémon's status will show what moves they know normally, not what they know in the Battle Net, and your Pokémon will regain their normal movesets upon exiting the facility. After winning a battle, your Pokémon will be healed completely, and you'll be given the option to rest, retire, or have the battle recorded on your Battle Recorder.

Asuna is the Frontier Brain for the Battle Net, who will challenge you after your 20th consecutive battle, then a second time after your 48th consecutive battle. Her team is different the second time around.


Banned Pokémon: The following Pokémon are not allowed in any of the Battle Frontier facilities:

Mewtwo, Mew, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys (Normal), Deoxys (Attack), Deoxys (Defense), Deoxys (Speed), Dialga, Palkia, Giartina (Altered), Giratina (Origin), Phione, Manaphy, Darkrai, Shaymin (Land), Shaymin (Sky), Arceus, Victini, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Black Kyurem, White Kyurem, Keldeo (Ordinary), Keldeo (Resolute), Meloetta (Aria), Meloetta (Pirouette), Genesect, Aquatica, Mythica, Terrias, Hydrios, Solares, Auright, Egg


Nostrum Grand Tournament (Origin: Pokémon Flora/Azure)
Also known as the NGT, the Nostrum Grand Tournament is a facility located on an island south of Tamatsu Island and west of Resort Tropicale. It is a major Pokémon battle facility where the strongest Trainers compete in tournaments. Prominent Trainers from various regions gather here to take part in battling in eight person single-elimination tournaments. Single Battles, Double Battles, Triple Battles, and Rotation battles are held here. Using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, special Trainers can also be battled. Tournaments are occasionally shown on television.

In all tournaments, all Pokémon used are set to Level 50. The number of Pokémon each participant uses varies depending on the selected battle style. In Single Battles, each Trainer uses three Pokémon. In Double Battles and Rotation Battles, each Trainer uses four Pokémon. In Triple Battles, each Trainer uses all six Pokémon.

Several tournaments have these rules; you may not have duplicate Pokémon or duplicate held items. The item Soul Dew and the move Sky Drop are banned. Certain Pokémon (all of them Legendary) may not participate either.

Here is a list of all the different tournaments you can take part in:

Normal Tournaments

Rental Tournament: The player will receive rental Pokémon to use during battle. Three are chosen out of a choice of six for all opponents. All Pokémon used here are at Level 50.

Mix Tournament: Trainers will choose one Pokémon from each other's teams to be swapped before battle. All Pokémon are able to battle in this tournament.

Download Tournament: There are several tournaments that can be downloaded using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Only data for three tournaments can be saved at a time.


Gym Leader Tournaments

Nostrum Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Nostrum region. All Pokémon are able to battle in this tournament.

Kanto Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Kanto region. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Leaders Tournament once.

Johto Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Johto region. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Leaders Tournament once.

Hoenn Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Hoenn region. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Leaders Tournament once.

Sinnoh Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Sinnoh region. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Leaders Tournament once.

Unova Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders from the Unova region. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Leaders Tournament once.


Elite Four Tournaments

Nostrum Elite: The opponents consist of Elite four members from the Nostrum region. Only four opponents are battled at a time here.

Kanto/Johto Elite: The opponents consist of Elite four members from the Kanto and Johto regions. Only four opponents are battled at a time here. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Elite Tournament once.

Hoenn Elite Four: The opponents consist of Elite four members from the Hoenn region. Only four opponents are battled at a time here. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Elite Tournament once.

Sinnoh Elite Four: The opponents consist of Elite four members from the Sinnoh region. Only four opponents are battled at a time here. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Elite Tournament once.

Unova Elite Four: The opponents consist of Elite four members from the Unova region. Only four opponents are battled at a time here. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum Elite Tournament once.


Specialty Tournaments

World Leaders: The opponents consist of Gym Leaders and Elite Four members from all six regions. This is unlocked after winning the Nostrum, Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh Leaders and Nostrum, Kanto/Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova Elite Four Tournaments.

Champions: The opponents consist of Pokémon Champions from all six regions. This is unlocked after winning the World Leaders Tournament 10 times.

Rental Master: The rules are the same as those in the Rental Tournament, except all rental Pokémon are at their highest stage, with the exception of Porygon2. Opponents here consist of those in the World Leaders Tournament, but their rental Pokémon vary regardless of Trainer. This is unlocked after winning the Rental, Mix, all the Gym Leader, and all Elite Four Tournaments once.

Mix Master: The rules are the same as those in the Mix Tournament, except that Pokémon of the same species aren't allowed, Soul Dew and Sky Drop are banned, and the Pokémon listed at the bottom are banned. Opponents consist of those from the World Leaders Tournament, who use the same teams from that Tournament. This is unlocked after winning the Rental, Mix, all the Gym Leader, and all Elite Four Tournaments once.

Type Expert: These battles focus on a specific type, which both the player and opponents must exclusively use. This is unlocked after winning the Rental, Mix, all the Gym Leader, and all Elite Four Tournaments once.


Download Tournaments

Orange Leaders: This tournament consists of the Orange Island Gym Leaders; Cissy, Danny, Rudy, and Luana. In addition to this, all four can also be battled in Type Expert and World Leaders. Drake (OI) is also added to Champions.

Rise of Villains: This tournament's opponents consist of villainous team leaders from all six regions.

Rise of Villains +: This tournament consists of the same opponents as the first Rise of Villains except with different lineups.

Trainer Alliance Red: This tournament consists of these Trainers; Liza, Sonrisa, Trixie, Electra, Milane, Luka, Shingo, Eusine, and Floreia.

Trainer Alliance Blu: This tournament consists of these Trainers; Samantha, Casey, Morrison, Tyson, Drew, Harley, Robert, Ritchie, and Harrison.

Sonic Heroes: This tournament consists of these opponents; Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Shadow, Rouge, Omega, Amy, Cream, and Big.

Sonic Heroes 2: This tournament consists of these opponents; Espio, Charmy, Vector, Silver, Blaze, Jet, Wave, Storm, and Eggman.

Fantasy Cup: This tournament consists of these opponents; Cloud, Miku*, Tifa, Barret, Red XIII, Cait Sith, Cid, Yuffie, Vincent, and Sephiroth. All Pokemon are able to battle in this tournament.

The Challengers: This tournament consists of these opponents; Chelsea, Darryl, Leia, Keira, and the Witch Princess.


Download Tournaments 2

Gym Alliance: This tournament consists of one Gym Leader from each region; Erika, Falkner, Flannery, Volkner, Cress, and Haruna, each of them using four Pokémon in Double Battles. One of the Pokémon for each is their signature Pokémon from their respective games. The other three are Pokémon native to Nostrum.

Royal Circle: This tournament consists of one Gym Leader from each region but Nostrum; Misty, Morty, Norman, Roark, and Cilan, and concludes with Bonnie, the Champion of the Nostrum region. Each one uses three Pokémon in Single Battles. One of the three Pokémon is their signature Pokémon from their respective games. The other two are Pokémon native to Nostrum.

Call of Legends: This tournament consists of one Gym Leader from each region; Sabrina, Clair, Winona, Crasher Wake, Chili, and Carina, each one using three Pokemon in Single Battles, one of which is a Legendary Pokémon. All Pokémon are able to battle in this tournament.

2012 Junior: This tournament consists of the top four contestants from Junior Division from the World Championship Nationals held in Hawaii in August 2012. This tournament is done under Double Battle rules. Soul Dew is the only held item banned. This is the same DLC Tournament from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.

2012 Senior: This tournament consists of the top four contestants from Senior Division from the World Championship Nationals held in Hawaii in August 2012. This tournament is done under Double Battle rules. Soul Dew is the only held item banned. This is the same DLC Tournament from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.

2012 Masters: This tournament consists of the top four contestants from Masters Division from the World Championship Nationals held in Hawaii in August 2012. This tournament is done under Double Battle rules. Soul Dew is the only held item banned. This is the same DLC Tournament from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.


Banned Pokémon: The following Pokémon are not allowed in any of the Tournaments except where noted above:

Mewtwo, Mew, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys (Normal), Deoxys (Attack), Deoxys (Defense), Deoxys (Speed), Dialga, Palkia, Giartina (Altered), Giratina (Origin), Phione, Manaphy, Darkrai, Shaymin (Land), Shaymin (Sky), Arceus, Victini, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Black Kyurem, White Kyurem, Keldeo (Ordinary), Keldeo (Resolute), Meloetta (Aria), Meloetta (Pirouette), Genesect, Aquatica, Mythica, Terrias, Hydrios, Solares, Auright, Egg


Other New Areas
Giga Ruins
Turiavita Point

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If you're wondering about the Giga Ruins, it's a place that's accessed from Maze Mountain in the post-game. Here, you'll be able to battle and catch Regigigas. Turiavita Point is the spot where Turiavita's Island was before being destroyed at the end of the game. In the post-game, you'll be able to take a boat out to here and will be able to find and catch Mewtwo.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 21, 2013, 02:22:24 am
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Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 21, 2013, 04:59:02 pm
Next up for what Pokémon Solar and the expansions have to offer are basic descriptions of the Frontier Brains. Also as you may notice, N shows up in the game as well.

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EXTRA CHARACTERS

FRONTIER BRAINS

Kanade "Tenshi" Tachibana (Origin: Angel Beats)
Position: Factory Head
Info: Tenshi is a girl who rarely shows any outward emotion and is shown to even have abandoned being friendly. She serves as the Student Council President for the Battle Frontier School and is tasked with the responsibility that the students are able to cope with personal problems. Tenshi is fond of eating Mabo Tofu, and will go as far as to ignore school rules to eat it. She prefers to spend a lot of time in the Battle Factory studying how Trainers battle with random Pokémon.

Tenshi spends some of her free time gardening and is actually part of the school's gardening club. It's possible to discover more of her personality after defeating her in a Pokémon battle.

Tenshi is first seen upon winning your 20th consecutive battle in the Battle Factory, where she will challenge you to a battle. Upon winning your 48th consecutive battle, she'll challenge you again. Due to the rules of the Battle Factory, Tenshi's Pokémon can be any Pokémon that's allowed in the Battle Frontier.


Yuno Gasai (Origin: Mirai Nikki)
Position: Pike Queen
Info: Yuno is a young girl whose personality is an ambiguous one. She is a sweet, feminine, and sometimes shy girl. However, this masks her darker side as a cold and calculating person, something that some of the Trainers in the Battle Pike fear.

A lot about Yuno is shrouded in mystery and how she came to be the Pike Queen is unknown. It's said that her personality is very unstable and that she carries Yandere tendencies.

Yuno is first seen upon reaching the end of your 3rd pass through the Battle Pike, where she will challenge you to a battle. Upon going through the Pike 10 times, she'll challenge you again, although with a different lineup than before.


Sena Kashiwazaki (Origin: Boku Wa Tomodachi)
Position: Arcade Star
Info: Sena is the daughter of a man named Pegasus Kashiwazaki, headmaster of the St. Chronica Academy in Ert'Aria. Her wealth, beauty, and academic and athletic performance has made her popular among male students and Trainers, to the point where some will go through the Battle Arcade again and again just to get a glimpse of her. Sena is arrogant and prideful by nature and states that since she's that good, she can do that. When in public or in the Battle Arcade, she wears flashy clothes that fit her well.

Sena considers herself a queen or goddess and states that she should be called the Arcade Goddess rather than Arcade Star. She sees female Trainers as not worthy of her and male Trainers as servants.

Sena is first seen upon winning your 20th consecutive battle in the Battle Arcade, where she will challenge you to a battle. Upon winning your 48th consecutive battle, she'll challenge you again, although with a different lineup than before.


Marika Katou (Origin: Mouretsu Pirates)
Position: Ship Captain
Info: Marika is a cheerful, optimistic, and charismatic girl, and is also captain of a unique pirate ship, the Bentenmaru. She can be a bit naïve and a little clumsy at times and can even come across as an airhead. But beneath her usual self is a cunning, slightly devious, and intelligent persona. When Marika becomes serious, generally during her hours as captain or when engaging in a Pokémon battle, her usual silliness is replaced by overwhelming brilliance, and she can consider and utilize any and all options available to her in order to maximize her advantage when necessary.

Marika has good leadership skills, is capable of making quick decisions and sticking to them, and keeps herself relatively calm under pressure. She is dependable and hardworking, and will always see her tasks through to the end. Her charm can also bring people to her side.

Marika is first seen upon winning your 20th consecutive battle in the Battle Ship, where she will challenge you to a battle. Upon winning your 48th consecutive battle, she'll challenge you again, although with a different lineup than before.


Asuna Yuuki (Origin: Sword Art Online)
Position: Net Guild
Info: Asuna is a kind and helpful young woman who can't abandon another in trouble. Being the head of a guild within the Battle Net called Knights of the Blood, she is also somewhat proud and not afraid to get physical with anyone that challenges her authority or brags about her abilities. Asuna tends to take Pokémon battles very seriously and is very focused on winning them.

Asuna tends to be someone that can be controlled by her emotions a lot. She also isn't afraid to take matters into her own hands and act out on her own from time to time.

Asuna is first seen upon you winning your 20th consecutive battle in the Battle Net, where she will challenge you to a battle. Upon winning your 48th consecutive battle, she'll challenge you again, although with a different lineup than before.


OTHER CHARACTERS

N Harmonia (Origin: Pokémon Black/White)
Info: N is a mysterious person who has a deep connection with Pokémon and is able to talk to them. He was once the puppet leader of Team Plasma and aspired to create separate worlds for humans and Pokémon. After the events of Pokémon Black and White as well as Black 2 and White 2, N has come to the Nostrum region to find himself. After you have defeated Bonnie, N is located on the Altar of Origin, where he explains about that the altar was built in honor of Arceus, the original Pokémon. Knowing of your accomplishments involving saving the Genesis Trio from Turiavita, he decides to test your bond with your Pokémon by battling you. His Pokémon lineup depends on the season.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 22, 2013, 05:21:50 pm
Next up are the rosters for all the Gym Leaders in Pokémon Solar. Note that the reason for posting their rosters is as you may notice, each of them has at least one Pokémon different than in Flora/Azure. In fact, when rematched, each of them has at least two Pokémon different. There's also the fact of battling Carina and Haruna together upon reaching the Battle Frontier.

Note that with the exception of the Carina and Haruna Double Battle, none of these lineups are seen in the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions.

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POKéMON SOLAR TRAINER ROSTERS

GYM LEADERS

Leader Madoka (F)
L12 Bronzor: Tackle, Confusion, Hypnosis, Telekinesis
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L15 Exeggcute: Grass Knot, Barrage, Leech Seed, Telekinesis
(Type: Grass/Psychic) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L13 Natu: Night Shade, Peck, Lucky Chant, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L14 Abra*: Charge Beam, Light Screen**, Reflect, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Magnet)
* In Challenge Mode, Abra is a Kadabra. ** In Challenge Mode, this move is Confusion.
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Madoka's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Madoka (F) (Tag Partner)
L12 Bronzor: Tackle, Confusion, Hypnosis, Telekinesis
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L13 Natu: Night Shade, Peck, Lucky Chant, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L14 Abra: Charge Beam, Light Screen, Reflect, Telekinesis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Magnet)

Leader Madoka (F) (Rematch)
L64 Sigilyph: Psychic, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Cosmic Power
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Expert Belt)
L64 Flarancer: Psyshock, Dark Pulse, Overheat, Grass Knot
(Type: Fire/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Tockety Tick: Psyshock, Laser Blast, Ice Beam, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L64 Bronzong: Psychic, Flash Cannon, Heal Block, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L65 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Alakazam: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Shadow Ball, Energy Ball
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Madoka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Merry (F)
L20 Frillish: Bubblebeam, Night Shade, Recover, Water Sport
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: N/A)
L21 Sableye: Night Shade, Fake Out, Shadow Claw, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Ghost) (AB: Keen Eye) (Item: N/A)
L22 Drifloon: Gust, Ominous Wind, Payback, Focus Energy
(Type: Ghost/Flying) (AB: Unburden) (Item: N/A)
L22 Mystiloom: Absorb, Sleep Powder, Acid, Nightmare
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Merry's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Merry (F) (Rematch)
L64 Cofagrigus: Psychic, Shadow Ball, Toxic, Protect
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Mummy) (Item: Leftovers)
L64 Drifblim: Acrobatics, Shadow Ball, Explosion, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Ghost/Flying) (AB: Unburden) (Item: Flying Gem)
L65 Jellicent: Hydro Pump, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Ice Beam
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: Life Orb)
L64 Gengar: Psychic, Shadow Ball, Focus Blast, Thunderbolt
(Type: Ghost/Poison) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Expert Belt)
L65 Chandelure: Fire Blast, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L66 Mystiloom: Razor Storm, Shadow Ball, Sleep Powder, Nightmare
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Merry's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Kaori (F)
L26 Meditite: Low Sweep, Zen Headbutt, Ice Punch, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fighting/Psychic) (AB: Pure Power) (Item: N/A)
L24 Combusken: Ember, Low Sweep, Peck, Sand-Attack
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)
L25 Poliwrath: Waterfall, Low Sweep, Ice Smash, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Fighting) (AB: Water Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L26 Heracross: Fury Cutter, Brick Break, Horn Attack, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: Muscle Band)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Kaori's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Kaori (F) (Rematch)
L64 Mikombat: Lightspeed, Close Combat, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Light/Fighting) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: Life Orb)
L65 Medicham: Hi Jump Kick, Zen Headbutt, Thunderpunch, Ice Punch
(Type: Fighting/Psychic) (AB: Pure Power) (Item: Muscle Band)
L64 Breloom: Seed Bomb, Focus Punch, Spore, Substitute
(Type: Grass/Fighting) (AB: Poison Heal) (Item: Toxic Orb)
L65 Poliwrath: Waterfall, Dyanmicpunch, Earthquake, Mind Reader
(Type: Water/Fighting) (AB: Water Absorb) (Item: Quick Claw)
L64 Heracross: Megahorn, Endless Fight, Stone Edge, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: Expert Belt)
L66 Blaziken: Flare Blitz, Hi Jump Kick, Earthquake, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Brightpowder)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Kaori's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Carina (F)
L28 Lightiz: Light Pulse, Air Cutter, Signal Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Light/Flying) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L29 Blazight: Light Pulse, Burning Spin, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L31 Cosmiplex: Dark Pulse, Light Pulse, Low Kick, Aerial Ace
(Type: Dark/Light) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Solant: Light Pulse, Solarbeam, Mirror Coat, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Carina's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Carina (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Lightiz: Light Pulse, Air Cutter, Signal Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Light/Flying) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L31 Blazight: Light Pulse, Burning Spin, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L32 Solant: Light Pulse, Giga Drain, Mirror Coat, Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Carina (F) (Rematch)
L64 Cosmiplex: Bright Blast, Dark Pulse, Hidden Power, Sunny Day
(Type: Dark/Light) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Heat Rock)
L64 Elestar: Lightspeed, Electro Ball, Solarbeam, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Light) (AB: Speed Volt) (Item: King's Rock)
L64 Blazight: Overheat, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire/Light) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Solant: Solarbeam, Bright Blast, Signal Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Leftovers)
L65 Draflect: Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Draco Meteor, Mirror Coat
(Type: Light/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Dragon Gem)
L66 Brighteon: Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Hidden Power, Light Screen
(Type: Light) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Quick Claw)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Carina's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 22, 2013, 05:23:42 pm
Due to post limitations, the Gym Leader rosters were split in two. Here's the rest of them.

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GYM LEADERS (Cont.)

Leader Haruna (F)
L28 Flaricid: Lava Surf, HYDX Cluster, Wild Charge, Smokescreen
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L32 Ectoplatom: Shadow Ball, HYDX Cluster, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ghost/Chemical) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L29 Biohyrax: Wing Attack, Steel Wing, HYDX Cluster, Acid Rain
(Type: Chemical/Flying) (AB: Acidic Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Mothical: Signal Beam, HYDX Cluster, Acid Armor, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruna's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Haruna (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Flaricid: Lava Surf, HYDX Cluster, Wild Charge, Smokescreen
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L31 Biohyrax: Wing Attack, Steel Wing, HYDX Cluster, Acid Rain
(Type: Chemical/Flying) (AB: Acidic Body) (Item: N/A)
L32 Mothical: Signal Beam, HYDX Cluster, Acid Armor, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Leader Haruna (F) (Rematch)
L64 Gelardine: Hydro Pump, Mirror Coat, CHM Reaction, Aqua Ring
(Type: Water/Chemical) (AB: Water Absorb) (Item: Leftovers)
L64 Scorchihem: Overheat, CMCL Cyclone, Night Slash, Flash Cannon
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: White Herb)
L64 Metaliquid: Gyro Ball, Stealth Rock, Metal Burst, Thunder Wave
(Type: Steel/Chemical) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L65 Mothical: Bug Buzz, CMCL Cyclone, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L65 Snapazard: Razor Storm, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Rock Slide
(Type: Grass/Chemical) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L66 Chemicrush: Earthquake, Reactive Crush, Fire Punch, Focus Blast
(Type: Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Life Orb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruna's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Carina (F)
L65 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Pulse, Signal Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Leftovers)
L65 Draflect: Light Pulse, Fire Blast, Draco Meteor, Mirror Coat
(Type: Light/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Brighteon: Light Pulse, Signal Beam, Hidden Power, Light Screen
(Type: Light) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Quick Claw)
Tag Battle w/Leader Haruna (F)
L65 Mothical: Bug Buzz, CMCL Cyclone, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L65 Snapazard: Razor Storm, Dark Pulse, CMCL Cyclone, Rock Slide
(Type: Grass/Chemical) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L66 Chemicrush: Earthquake, Reactive Crush, Fire Punch, Focus Blast
(Type: Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Life Orb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Carina's and Haruna's Pokémon are 4 lower than Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Mizore (F)
L31 Snover: Shadow Ball, Razor Leaf, Frost Breath, Mist
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: N/A)
L36 Sneasel: Ice Punch, Faint Attack, Aerial Ace, Hone Claws
(Type: Dark/Ice) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: N/A)
L33 Piloswine: Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Stealth Rock
(Type: Ice/Ground) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: N/A)
L32 Froslass: Shadow Ball, Frost Breath, Water Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: N/A)
L34 Cloyster: Razor Shell, Icicle Spear, Bio Spikes, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: Diamondshell)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Mizore's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Mizore (F) (Rematch)
L64 Weavile: Ice Punch, Night Slash, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Ice) (AB: Pressure) (Item: Expert Belt)
L64 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Razor Storm, Earthquake, Light Screen
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Focus Sash)
L64 Fairost: Blizzard, Magic Shield, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Ice/Light) (AB: Ice Barrier) (Item: Leftovers)
L65 Cloyster: Aqua Bomber, Icicle Spear, Bio Spikes, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: Diamondshell)
L65 Froslass: Blizzard, Shadow Ball, Water Pulse, Confuse Ray
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: King's Rock)
L66 Mamoswine: Ice Smash, Earthquake, Superpower, Stone Edge
(Type: Ice/Ground) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: White Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Mizore's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Haruka N. (F)
L38 Fraxure: Dragon Claw, Shadow Claw, X-Scissor, Dragon Dance
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Mold Breaker) (Item: N/A)
L35 Gabite: Earthquake, Dragon Claw, Aerial Ace, Sandstorm
(Type: Dragon/Ground) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: N/A)
L36 Dragonair: Dragon Pulse, Flamethrower, Aqua Tail, Thunder Wave
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L37 Altaria: Aerial Ace, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Flamethrower
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L38 Kingdra: Surf, Dragon Pulse, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruka's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Haruka N. (F) (Rematch)
L64 Shardra: Outrage, Leaf Blade, Ice Smash, Fire Punch
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Serene Grace) (Item: Expert Belt)
L65 Altaria: Dragon Claw, Sky Attack, Flamethrower, Earthquake
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Power Herb)
L64 Haxorus: Outrage, Shadow Claw, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
(Type: Dragon) (AB: Mold Breaker) (Item: Muscle Band)
L65 Garchomp: Earthquake, Dragon Rush, Crunch, Swords Dance
(Type: Dragon/Ground) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: King's Rock)
L64 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Dragon Pulse, Blizzard, Signal Beam
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Sniper) (Item: Life Orb)
L66 Dragonite: Fire Punch, Draco Meteor, Aqua Tail, Earthquake
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: White Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Erika S. (F)
L45 Absol: Psycho Cut, Sucker Punch, X-Scissor, Aerial Ace
(Type: Dark) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: N/A)
L41 Nightinpale: Energy Ball, Dark Pulse, Signal Beam, Psychic
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L43 Houndoom: Flamethrower, Dark Pulse, Thunder Fang, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L42 Nightasma: Thunderbolt, Hidden Power, Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave
(Type: Dark/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L44 Zoroark: Dark Pulse, Focus Blast, Retaliate, Flamethrower
(Type: Dark) (AB: Illusion) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Erika's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Erika S. (F) (Rematch)
L64 Absol: Sucker Punch, Aerial Ace, Zen Headbutt, X-Scissor
(Type: Dark) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Scope Lens)
L65 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Razor Storm, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L64 Houndoom: Overheat, Thunder Fang, Dark Pulse, Hidden Power
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L65 Krookodile: Crunch, Earthquake, Aqua Tail, Dragon Claw
(Type: Ground/Dark) (AB: Moxie) (Item: Expert Belt)
L64 Nightasma: Dark Pulse, Hidden Power, Thunderbolt, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Air Balloon)
L66 Zoroark: Dark Pulse, Flamethrower, Retaliate, Focus Blast
(Type: Dark) (AB: Illusion) (Item: Life Orb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Erika's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Leader Saber (F)
L51 Skarmory: Steel Wing, Sand-Attack, Spikes, Whirlwind
(Type: Steel/Flying) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: N/A)
L47 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Stealth Rock, Heal Block, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Heatproof) (Item: N/A)
L48 Excadrill: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Stone Edge, Sandstorm
(Type: Ground/Steel) (AB: Sand Rush) (Item: N/A)
L49 Lucario: Aura Sphere, Water Pulse, Flash Cannon, Psychic
(Type: Steel/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: N/A)
L50 Metanilant: Leaf Blade, Steel Petal, X-Scissor, Earthquake
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Steel Armor) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Saber's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Pokémon marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Leader Saber (F) (Rematch)
L64 Skarmory: Steel Wing, Spikes, Sandstorm, Whirlwind
(Type: Steel/Flying) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Smooth Rock)
L64 Excadrill: Earthquake, Brick Break, X-Scissor, Stone Edge
(Type: Ground/Steel) (AB: Sand Rush) (Item: Muscle Band)
L65 Lucario: Close Combat, Water Pulse, Extremespeed, Psychic
(Type: Steel/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Life Orb)
L64 Ferrothorn: Power Whip, Gyro Ball, Thunder Wave, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Iron Barbs) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L65 Metanilant: Leaf Blade, Iron Blade, Earthquake, X-Scissor
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Steel Armor) (Item: Focus Sash)
L66 Metagross: Meteor Mash, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, Shadow Claw
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Air Balloon)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Saber's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 22, 2013, 06:45:22 pm
(/・Д・)/NO! (http://www.youtuberepeater.com/watch?v=GBCn997DCLY)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 23, 2013, 03:02:14 am
(/・Д・)/NO! (http://www.youtuberepeater.com/watch?v=GBCn997DCLY)

(-__-) Not to be rude, but what exactly is up with all this?

Anyway, next up in what Pokémon Solar has to offer are the rosters for the Elite Four and Champion. Not much else to say here.

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ELITE FOUR

Elite Four Misaka (F)
L51 Luxray: Ice Fang, Wild Charge, Crunch, Superpower
(Type: Electric) (AB: Rivalry) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Tockety Tick: Psychic, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: King's Rock)
L51 Plantplug: Razor Storm, Lightning Gun, Signal Beam, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Grass) (AB: Lightningrod) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L50 Rotom: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Electric/Water) (Form: Wash) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Quick Claw)
L52 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Air Balloon)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Misaka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Elite Four Misaka (F) (Rematch)
L70 Eelektross: Wild Charge, Flamethrower, Grass Knot, Dragon Claw
(Type: Electric) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Quick Claw)
L70 Rotom: Hydro Pump, Lightning Gun, Substitute, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Electric/Water) (Form: Wash) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Leftovers)
L71 Plantplug: Razor Storm, Laser Blast, Focus Blast, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Grass) (AB: Lightningrod) (Item: Wide Lens)
L70 Nightasma: Thunderbolt, Hidden Power, Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave
(Type: Dark/Electric) (AB: Static) (Item: Focus Sash)
L71 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L72 Electivire: Wild Charge, Ice Punch, Fire Punch, Earthquake
(Type: Electric) (AB: Motor Drive) (Item: Air Balloon)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Misaka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Elite Four Haruka A. (F)
L51 Volcanile: Fire Blast, Ancientpower, Earth Power, Hidden Power
(Type: Rock/Fire) (AB: Heat Pressure) (Item: Quick Claw)
L51 Chandelure: Overheat, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Darmanitan: Flare Blitz, Superpower, Zen Headbutt, Rock Slide
(Type: Fire) (AB: Sheer Force) (Item: Life Orb)
L50 Flarancer: Psychic, Flamethrower, Dark Pulse, Grass Knot
(Type: Fire/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L52 Typhlosion: Fire Blast, Thunderpunch, Earthquake, Focus Blast
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Elite Four Haruka A. (F) (Rematch)
L70 Houndoom: Overheat, Dark Pulse, Solarbeam, Hidden Power
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L71 Chandelure: Shadow Ball, Flamethrower, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: Focus Sash)
L70 Vovalgia: Outrage, Flare Blitz, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
(Type: Fire/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Lum Berry)
L71 Typhlosion: Fire Blast, Earthquake, Focus Blast, Sunny Day
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Life Orb)
L70 Magmortar: Fire Blast, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Solarbeam
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: Air Balloon)
L72 Volcarona: Bug Buzz, Flamethrower, Solarbeam, Sunny Day
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Haruka's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Elite Four Yuri (F)
L53 Gastrodon: Surf, Earthquake, Blizzard, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: West) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: Leftovers)
L52 Politoed: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Psychic, Rain Dance
(Type: Water) (AB: Water Absorb) (Item: Damp Rock)
L52 Sharpedo: Waterfall, Earthquake, Crunch, Ice Smash
(Type: Water/Dark) (AB: Rough Skin) (Item: Focus Sash)
L53 Cloyster: Aqua Bomber, Icicle Spear, Signal Beam, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: Diamondshell)
L54 Gyarados: Aqua Tail, Earthquake, Bounce, Dragon Dance
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Yuri's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Elite Four Yuri (F) (Rematch)
L72 Vaporeon: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Wish, Acid Armor
(Type: Water) (AB: Water Absorb) (Item: Quick Claw)
L73 Gastrodon: Surf, Mirror Coat, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: West) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: Leftovers)
L72 Cloyster: Icicle Spear, Aqua Bomber, Ice Wall, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: Diamondshell)
L72 Starmie: Psychic, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Blizzard
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Wide Lens)
L73 Gyarados: Waterfall, Earthquake, Ice Smash, Dragon Dance
(Type: Water/Flying) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: Life Orb)
L74 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Draco Meteor, Blizzard, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: White Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Yuri's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Elite Four Hinagiku (F)
L52 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: Damp Rock)
L53 Ferrothorn: Gyro Ball, Stealth Rock, Leech Seed, Thunder Wave
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Iron Barbs) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L52 Breloom: Seed Bomb, Focus Punch, Spore, Substitute
(Type: Grass/Fighting) (AB: Poison Heal) (Item: Toxic Orb)
L53 Sceptile: Energy Ball, Dragon Pulse, Crunch, Sunny Day
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Expert Belt)
L54 Ecocadia: Razor Storm, Weather Ball, Stone Edge, Aura Sphere
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Biome Shield) (Item: Recharge Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Hinagiku's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Rematch)
L72 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Water Pulse, Ice Wall, Rain Dance
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Focus Sash)
L73 Breloom: Seed Bomb, Ice Smash, Focus Punch, Spore
(Type: Grass/Fighting) (AB: Poison Heal) (Item: Toxic Orb)
L72 Nightinpale: Solarbeam, Dark Pulse, Psychic, Sunny Day
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L72 Ferrothorn: Power Whip, Leech Seed, Thunder Wave, Sandstorm
(Type: Grass/Steel) (AB: Iron Barbs) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L73 Sceptile: Leaf Storm, Dragon Pulse, Crunch, Iron Blade
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: White Herb)
L74 Ecocadia: Razor Storm, Weather Ball, Hurricane, Aura Sphere
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Biome Shield) (Item: Recharge Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Hinagiku's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


CHAMPION

Princess Bonnie (F) (Tag Partner)
L46 Skibison: Fly, Body Slam, Crunch, Wide Guard
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: N/A)
L47 Rhydon: Stone Edge, Drill Run, Hammer Arm, Take Down
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Rock Head) (Item: N/A)
L48 Gallade: Low Sweep, Psycho Cut, X-Scissor, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Champion Bonnie (F)
L76 Sunflorazumarill: Waterfall, Leaf Blade, Ice Smash, Drain Punch
(Type: Grass/Water) (AB: Huge Power) (Item: Quick Claw)
L76 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Light Pulse, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Air Balloon)
L77 Volcarona: Bug Buzz, Light Pulse, Fire Blast, Giga Drain
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L76 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Leaf Blade, Close Combat, X-Scissor
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Muscle Band)
L77 Rhyperior: Earthquake, Avalanche, Rock Wrecker, Megahorn
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Solid Rock) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L78 Hydreigon: Fire Blast, Spectrum Bomb, Surf, Focus Blast
(Type: Dark/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Wide Lens)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Bonnie's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 23, 2013, 03:33:32 am
。゜( >ㅅ<)゜。
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 23, 2013, 03:30:41 pm
Next up with what Pokémon Solar has in terms of Trainers is how your rivals' teams have changed. First up is Richelle, who still only appears if you're playing as the male character. One big difference with your rivals is that this time, rather then receiving Tepig, Oshawott, or Snivy, they have received either Chimchar, Piplup, or Turtwig.

Also, your rival serves as a Tag Battle partner a second time in Solar and the expansions. Here's where that occurs:

Tag Partner 2: Teams up with you to fight Carina and Haruna in a Double Battle at the Battle Frontier. Note that in the expansions, their lineup consists of the Pokémon they have in Flora/Azure rather than in Solar.

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RIVAL BATTLES

Rival Battles (Richelle)

First Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 1 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 1 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L5 Chimchar: Scratch, Leer
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L5 Piplup: Pound, Growl
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L5 Turtwig: Tackle, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Second Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 1 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 1 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Chimchar: Scratch, Leer, Ember
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Piplup: Pound, Growl, Bubble
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Turtwig: Tackle, Withdraw, Absorb
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Third Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Birilly: Water Pulse, Thundershock, Whirlpool, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L23 Monferno: Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Flame Wheel, Taunt
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Solout: Flash Beam, Growth, Magical Leaf,Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L23 Prinplup: Metal Claw, Bubblebeam, Peck, Water Sport
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Flaricid: Incinerate, Fluoric Acid, Smog, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L23 Grotle: Bite, Razor Leaf, Curse, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fourth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L30 Monferno: Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Flame Wheel, Torment
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L30 Prinplup: Metal Claw, Bubblebeam, Peck, Fury Attack
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Grotle: Bite, Razor Leaf, Curse, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fifth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L37 Infernape: Flame Wheel, Close Combat, Punishment, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L37 Empoleon: Brine, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Aqua Jet
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L37 Torterra: Razor Leaf, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 23, 2013, 03:34:07 pm
Here's the second part of the battles with Richelle:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Richelle) (Cont.)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L40 Infernape: Flame Wheel, Close Combat, Punishment, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L40 Empoleon: Brine, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Aqua Jet
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L40 Torterra: Razor Leaf, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Sixth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L50 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L51 Infernape: Flamethrower, Close Combat, Thunderpunch, Acrobatics
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L50 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L51 Empoleon: Surf, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L50 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L51 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Tag Partner 2

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L65 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L66 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L65 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L66 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L65 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L66 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 23, 2013, 03:35:14 pm
Here's the final part of the battles with Richelle:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Richelle) (Cont.)

Post-Game Rematch 1
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L67 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L68 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L67 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L68 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L67 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L68 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Post-Game Rematch 2
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L77 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L78 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L77 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L78 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L77 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L78 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Post-Game Rematch 3
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Richelle's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L87 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L88 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L87 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L88 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L87 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L88 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 23, 2013, 05:17:54 pm
(>人<;)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 24, 2013, 03:19:01 am
(>人<;)

Well guess what? Since you just love these ideas so much, I'm going to post more just for you! (>u<)

Anyway, now here are the Pokémon Solar lineups for Ricard. Like with Flora/Azure, Ricard's Pokémon are the same as Richelle's, but it's excused because he only appears if you're playing as the female protagonist, and Richelle doesn't appear.

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RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Ricard)

First Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 1 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 1 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L5 Chimchar: Scratch, Leer
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L5 Piplup: Pound, Growl
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L5 Turtwig: Tackle, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Second Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 1 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 1 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Chimchar: Scratch, Leer, Ember
(Type: Fire) (AB: Blaze) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Piplup: Pound, Growl, Bubble
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: N/A)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L7 Machop: Karate Chop, Leer, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L9 Turtwig: Tackle, Withdraw, Absorb
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: N/A)

Third Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Birilly: Water Pulse, Thundershock, Whirlpool, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L23 Monferno: Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Flame Wheel, Taunt
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Solout: Flash Beam, Growth, Magical Leaf,Recover
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L23 Prinplup: Metal Claw, Bubblebeam, Peck, Water Sport
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L22 Machop: Low Sweep, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L21 Flaricid: Incinerate, Fluoric Acid, Smog, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L23 Grotle: Bite, Razor Leaf, Curse, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fourth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L30 Monferno: Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Flame Wheel, Torment
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Solout: Flash Beam, Magical Leaf, Recover, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L30 Prinplup: Metal Claw, Bubblebeam, Peck, Fury Attack
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L28 Machoke: Revenge, Seismic Toss, Foresight, Focus Energy
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L29 Flaricid: Fire Spin, Chemical BRN, Incinerate, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L29 Birilly: Water Pulse, Mirror Coat, Laser Pin, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L30 Grotle: Bite, Razor Leaf, Curse, Withdraw
(Type: Grass) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Fifth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L37 Infernape: Flame Wheel, Close Combat, Punishment, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Flash Beam, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L37 Empoleon: Brine, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Aqua Jet
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L35 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L35 Machamp: Revenge, Rock Slide, Bulldoze, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L36 Scorchihem: Lava Surf, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L36 Birilatin: Laser Pin, Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L37 Torterra: Razor Leaf, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 24, 2013, 03:21:07 am
Here's the second part of the battles with Ricard:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Ricard) (Cont.)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L40 Infernape: Flame Wheel, Close Combat, Punishment, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Solant: Giga Drain, Light Screen, Light Pulse, Magic Shield
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L40 Empoleon: Brine, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Aqua Jet
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L38 Pupitar: Bulldoze, Rock Slide, Dark Pulse, Scary Face
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: N/A)
L38 Machamp: Submission, Ice Smash, Rock Slide, Bulldoze
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L39 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Chemical BRN, Night Slash, Chemical Cloud
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L39 Birilatin: Water Pulse, Magnetic Wave, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L40 Torterra: Razor Leaf, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Sixth Battle
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L50 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L51 Infernape: Flamethrower, Close Combat, Thunderpunch, Acrobatics
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Solant: Razor Storm, Light Pulse, Light Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L50 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L51 Empoleon: Surf, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L48 Pupitar: Stone Edge, Earthquake, Chip Away, Crunch
(Type: Rock/Ground) (AB: Shed Skin) (Item: Evoilite)
L49 Machamp: Cross Chop, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Ice Smash
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L50 Skibison: Sky Attack, Double-Edge, Crunch, Earthquake
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L49 Scorchihem: Flamethrower, Flash Cannon, Chemical BRN, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L50 Birilatin: Jelly Bomb, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L51 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Tag Partner 2

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L65 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L66 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L65 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L66 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L63 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: N/A)
L64 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L65 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: N/A)
L64 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: N/A)
L65 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: N/A)
L66 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 24, 2013, 03:22:49 am
Here's the final part of the battles with Ricard:

RIVAL BATTLES (Cont.)

Rival Battles (Ricard) (Cont.)

Post-Game Rematch 1
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L67 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L68 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L67 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L68 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L65 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L66 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L67 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L66 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L67 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L68 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Post-Game Rematch 2
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L77 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L78 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L77 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L78 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L75 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L76 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L77 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L76 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L77 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L78 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)

Post-Game Rematch 3
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Ricard's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L87 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L88 Infernape: Flare Blitz, Close Combat, Acrobatics, Thunderpunch
(Type: Fire/Fighting) (AB: Blaze) (Item: Flying Gem)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Solant: Sunny Day, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Signal Beam
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L87 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L88 Empoleon: Hydro Pump, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Drill Peck
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L85 Machamp: Stone Edge, Dynamicpunch, Ice Smash, Earthquake
(Type: Fighting) (AB: No Guard) (Item: Muscle Band)
L86 Skibison: Sky Attack, Earthquake, Head Smash, Crunch
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Thick Fat) (Item: Power Herb)
L87 Tyranitar: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Superpower
(Type: Rock/Dark) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: White Herb)
L86 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Wild Charge, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L87 Birilatin: Hydro Pump, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L88 Torterra: Earthquake, Wood Hammer, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Ground) (AB: Overgrow) (Item: Quick Claw)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: SakuraMaxX on June 24, 2013, 04:21:02 am
(/・Д・)/NO!

ScottyEdit: Too many noes.

( ゚^゚)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 25, 2013, 12:27:37 am
( ゚^゚)

What's that? You want more? Okay, I'll give you more! (>U<)

Next up on the Trainer rosters for Pokémon Solar and the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions are the lineups for the other special Trainers in the game.

In Solar and the expansions, during the post-game, at Ert'Aria's Cathedral is a tougher version of the 4-battle tournament you could take part in earlier in the game, with Pokémon used being in between Levels 62 and 64. Chelsea is once again fought at the end of it.

During the post-game in Solar and the expansions, you'll find Darryl at Korechem Lab on Mondays and Fridays. If he's there, you can battle him.

When fought in Solar, Leia, Keira, and the Witch Princess each have a Pokémon with a Hidden Ability. Leia has a Politoed with Drizzle, Keira a Gothitelle with Shadow Tag, and the Witch Princess a Bisharp with Pressure.

Unlike in Flora/Azure, where the Witch Princess has her look Harvest Moon DS and Tree of Tranquility, in Solar and the expansions, she has her look from Harvest Moon: A New Beginning.

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OTHER TRAINERS

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F)
L28 Pawniard: Metal Claw, Faint Attack, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L29 Levanny: X-Scissor, Razor Leaf, Slash, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L30 Gallade: Brick Break, Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Night Slash
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chelsea's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Tag Partner)
L28 Pawniard: Metal Claw, Faint Attack, Aerial Ace, Brick Break
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: N/A)
L29 Levanny: X-Scissor, Razor Leaf, Slash, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: N/A)
L30 Gallade: Brick Break, Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Night Slash
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Sitrus Berry)

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Rematch)
L64 Chandelure: Overheat, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: White Herb)
L64 Elestar: Lightspeed, Electro Ball, Grass Knot, Signal Beam
(Type: Electric/Light) (AB: Speed Volt) (Item: King's Rock)
L65 Bisharp: Iron Blade, Night Slash, X-Scissor, Stone Edge
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: Scope Lens)
L64 Flygon: Outrage, Earthquake, Crunch, Fire Blast
(Type: Ground/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Lum Berry)
L65 Leavanny: Leaf Blade, X-Scissor, Shadow Claw, Aerial Ace
(Type: Bug/Grass) (AB: Swarm) (Item: Expert Belt)
L66 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Light Blade, Close Combat, Leaf Blade
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Muscle Band)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chelsea's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Scientist Darryl (M)
L28 Voltorb*: Charge Beam**, Light Screen, Signal Beam, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric) (AB: Static) (Item: N/A)
L29 Porygon: Psybeam, Signal Beam, Recover, Magnet Rise
(Type: Normal) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L30 Magneton: Mirror Shot, Magnetic Wave, Gravity, Metal Sound
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Magnet Pull) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
* In Challenge Mode, Voltorb is an Electrode. ** In Challenge Mode, this move is Electro Ball.
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Darryl's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode.

Scientist Darryl (M) (Rematch)
L64 Electrode: Electro Ball, Signal Beam, Light Screen, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric) (AB: Static) (Item: Brightpowder)
L65 Bronzong: Psychic, Flash Cannon, Toxic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Quick Claw)
L64 Klinklang: Gear Grind, Wild Charge, Shift Gear, Thunder Wave
(Type: Steel) (AB: Plus) (Item: Air Balloon)
L64 Tockety Tick: Psychic, Blizzard, Thunder, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Wide Lens)
L65 Porygon-Z: Hyper Beam, Light Pulse, Psychic, Ice Beam
(Type: Normal) (AB: Adaptability) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L66 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Signal Beam, Light Screen
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Magnet Pull) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Darryl's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


SPECIAL PARTNERS

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Lanturn: Scald, Thunderbolt, Icy Wind, Thunder Wave
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: N/A)
L?? Lapras: Ice Beam, Water Pulse, Body Slam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of Leia's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), Leia's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Leia's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Leia's Pokémon are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; Leia's Pokémon will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Leia's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, Leia's Pokémon are at L60.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Energy Ball, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: Damp Rock)
L50 Lanturn: Thunder, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Leftovers)
L50 Lapras: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Spring Sun)

Mermaid Leia (F)
L64 Ludicolo: Hydro Pump, Razor Storm, Blizzard, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Grass) (AB: Rain Dish) (Item: Leftovers)
L64 Lanturn: Thunder, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Air Balloon)
L65 Politoed: Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Psychic, Hypnosis
(Type: Water) (AB: Drizzle) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L64 Starmie: Psychic, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Blizzard
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Life Orb)
L65 Lapras: Hydro Pump, Light Pulse, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Shell Armor) (Item: Damp Rock)
L66 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Draco Meteor, Attract
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Swift Swim) (Item: White Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Leia's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Xatu: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Drill Peck, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L?? Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of Keira's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), Keira's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Keira's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Keira's Pokémon are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; Keira's Pokémon will be at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Keira's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, Keira's Pokémon are at L60.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Reuniclus: Psychic, Focus Blast, Energy Ball, Calm Mind
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L50 Xatu: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Drill Peck, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Light Gem)
L50 Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: Expert Belt)

Sleeper Keira (F)
L64 Slowking: Psychic, Blizzard, Surf, Nightmare
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Own Tempo) (Item: Zoom Lens)
L65 Gothitelle: Psyshock, Thunderbolt, Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Shadow Tag) (Item: Brightpowder)
L64 Xatu: Psyshock, Light Pulse, Hurricane, Confuse Ray
(Type: Psychic/Flying) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Light Gem)
L65 Hypno: Dream Eater, Grass Knot, Shadow Ball, Hypnosis
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Insomnia) (Item: Expert Belt)
L64 Claydol: Earth Power, Light Screen, Reflect, Stealth Rock
(Type: Ground/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Light Clay)
L66 Reuniclus: Psychic, Focus Blast, Energy Ball, Calm Mind
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Keira's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Giga Drain, Signal Beam, Safeguard
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: N/A)
L?? Honchkrow: Dark Pulse, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Sitrus Berry)
How the levels of the Witch Princess's Pokémon work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, then the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, the Witch Princess's Pokémon will be at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L45; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L50; if it's the post-game, the Witch Princess's Pokémon are at L60.

Witch Princess (F) (Battle Tower Partner)
L50 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Signal Beam, Moonlight
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Enigma Berry)
L50 Houndoom: Lava Surf, Dark Pulse, Thunder Fang, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: Air Balloon)
L50 Honchkrow: Dark Pulse, Sky Attack, Heat Wave, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Power Herb)

Witch Princess (F)
L64 Houndoom: Lava Surf, Dark Pulse, Hidden Power, Embargo
(Type: Dark/Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: Focus Sash)
L64 Drapion: Crunch, Cross Poison, Flower Fang, Toxic Spikes
(Type: Poison/Dark) (AB: Battle Armor) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L65 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Energy Ball, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L64 Cosmiplex: Dark Pulse, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Light) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Brightpowder)
L65 Bisharp: Iron Blade, Sucker Punch, X-Scissor, Stone Edge
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Pressure) (Item: Air Balloon)
L66 Honchkrow: Sky Attack, Night Slash, Heat Wave, Confuse Ray
(Type: Dark/Flying) (AB: Super Luck) (Item: Power Herb)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of the Witch Princess's Pokémon are 4 lower than Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 25, 2013, 05:10:09 pm
Next up in the Pokémon Solar rosters are those pertaining to people not seen in Flora/Azure (outside the expansions) (with the exception of one), the Frontier Brains. Note that in the Battle Frontier, Pokémon with Hidden Abilities may be encountered and given the nature of the place, such Trainers, usually the Frontier Brains, may also use certain Legendary Pokémon (only those allowed, though). Note that with Tenshi's (Angel's) lineup, due to her being battled in the Battle Factory, her Pokémon are completely random.

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FRONTIER BRAINS

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Togekiss: Air Slash, Aura Sphere, Psychic, Light Pulse
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Serene Grace) (Item: Brightpowder)
L50 Volcarona: Overheat, Hurricane, Bug Buzz, Giga Drain
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Garchomp: Outrage, Earthquake, Crunch, Stone Edge
(Type: Dragon/Ground) (AB: Sand Veil) (Item: Scope Lens)

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Fiamlora: Fire Blast, Earthquake, Razor Storm, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Fire) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L50 Torrenyl: Thunderbolt, Thunderstorm, Aqua Ring, Mirror Coat
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Submerge) (Item: Leftovers)
L50 Latios: Psychic, Draco Meteor, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt
(Type: Dragon/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Dragon Gem)


Factory Head Tenshi (F) (1st Battle)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)

Factory Head Tenshi (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)
L50 <Random>: ------, ------, ------, ------
(Type: ---) (AB: ---) (Item: ---)


Pike Queen Yuno (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Mystiloom: Energy Ball, Dream Eater, Spider Cage, Sleep Powder
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
L50 Espeon: Psyshock, Magic Shield, Reflect, Light Screen
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Magic Bounce) (Item: Brightpowder)
L50 Bisharp: Iron Blade, Sucker Punch, X-Scissor, Metal Burst
(Type: Dark/Steel) (AB: Defiant) (Item: Muscle Band)

Pike Queen Yuno (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Mystiloom: Razor Storm, Spider Cage, Nightmare, Sleep Powder
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
L50 Alakazam: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Shadow Ball, Energy Ball
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: King's Rock)
L50 Basiboros: Crunch, Hyper Poison, Giga Drain, Fire Blast
(Type: Poison/Dark) (AB: Acid Hazard) (Item: Expert Belt)


Arcade Star Sena (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Porygon-Z: Tri Attack, Dark Pulse, Thunderbolt, Psychic
(Type: Normal) (AB: Adaptability) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L50 Blastoise: Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat, Earthquake
(Type: Water) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Quick Claw)
L50 Draflect: Fire Blast, Draco Meteor, Light Pulse, Mirror Coat
(Type: Light/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: White Herb)

Arcade Star Sena (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Porygon-Z: Hyper Beam, Light Pulse, Psychic, Ice Beam
(Type: Normal) (AB: Adaptability) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L50 Serperior: Leaf Storm, Dragon Pulse, Aqua Tail, CMCL Cyclone
(Type: Grass) (AB: Contrary) (Item: Expert Belt)
L50 Thundurus: Hurricane, Laser Blast, Grass Knot, Dark Pulse
(Type: Electric/Flying) (Form: Therian) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Wise Glasses)


Ship Captain Marika (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Clefable: Psyshock, Shadow Ball, Light Pulse, Focus Blast
(Type: Normal) (AB: Magic Guard) (Item: Zoom Lens)
L50 Starmie: Hydro Pump, Psychic, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L50 Cosmiplex: Focus Blast, Spectrum Bomb, Zap Cannon, Energy Ball
(Type: Dark/Light) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Wide Lens)
Note: Due to the rules of the Battle Ship, Marika will only use one of the three Pokémon listed above. The Pokémon in question tends to be random, but also might go by type advantage.

Ship Captain Marika (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Mikombat: Endless Fight, Lightspeed, Faint Attack, Mach Punch
(Type: Light/Fighting) (AB: Technician) (Item: Choice Band)
L50 Jellicent: Hydro Pump, Confuse Ray, Ice Beam, Will-o-Wisp
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: Quick Claw)
L50 Seraphia: Psyshock, Cosmic Crush, Fire Blast, Focus Blast
(Type: Dark/Psychic) (AB: Cosmic Force) (Item: Wide Lens)
Note: Due to the rules of the Battle Ship, Marika will only use one of the three Pokémon listed above. The Pokémon in question tends to be random, but also might go by type advantage.


Net Guild Asuna (F) (1st Battle)
L50 Gallade: Zen Headbutt, Fire Punch, Close Combat, Earthquake
(Type: Psychic/Fighting) (AB: Steadfast) (Item: Expert Belt)
L50 Ninetales: Overheat, Bright Blast, Solarbeam, Foul Play
(Type: Fire) (AB: Drought) (Item: White Herb)
L50 Venusaur: Solarbeam, Earthquake, Signal Beam, Growth
(Type: Grass/Poison) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Leftovers)

Net Guild Asuna (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Elestar: Lightspeed, Electro Ball, Grass Knot, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Light) (AB: Speed Boost) (Item: King's Rock)
L50 Salamence: Draco Meteor, Flamethrower, Hydro Pump, Dragon Pulse
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: Choice Specs)
L50 Virizion: Giga Drain, Sacred Sword, X-Scissor, Stone Edge
(Type: Grass/Fighting) (AB: Justified) (Item: Expert Belt)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 26, 2013, 02:21:11 am
Now here's the lineups for everyone in Turiavita. For instance, some of the Pokémon the Grunts use are different than in Flora/Azure.

While Chihaya uses the same Pokémon in her final battle that she did in Flora/Azure, they each know at least one different move, and each of them but Solares also knows one different move in Challenge Mode. Also, her Solares has one of two moves it knows depending on which gender your character is; Solar Flash or Hydro Light.

Del Donna's Volcarona is still underleveled in Easy and Normal Modes, but is no longer the case in Challenge Mode.

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TURIAVITA MEMBERS

Turiavita Grunt Pokémon (M)/(F)

Common List
Poison: Zubat, Golbat, Spinarak, Ariados, Roselia, Roserade, Croagunk, Toxicroak
Dark: Houndour, Houndoom, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Darkion, Nightasma, Scraggy, Scrafty
Genderless: Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Beldum, Metang, Klink, Klang
Chemical: Chemiket, Mothical, Aciphere, Acidicand, Snapacid, Snapazard, Mercutop, Metaliquid
Note: All Chemiket and Mothical used by Turiavita Grunts are Bug/Chemical.

Seldom List
Poison: Oddish, Gloom, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Seviper
Dark: Murkrow, Honchkrow, Sneasel, Sableye
Genderless: Staryu, Porygon, Porygon2, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy

One-Time List
Poison: Crobat, Drapion, Scolipede
Dark: Cacturne, Crawdaunt, Absol, Weavile, Krookodile, Cosmiplex
Genderless: Starmie, Claydol, Porygon-Z, Golurk
Chemical: Chemicrush, Biohyrax, Plasmactor, Scorchihem


Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (1st Battle)
L25 Shellos: Water Pulse, Mud Bomb, Hidden Power, Rain Dance
(Type: Water) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L27 Chemiket: Signal Beam, Acid Splatter, Acid Armor, Giga Drain
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L26 Bronzor: Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Confuse Ray, Iron Defense
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L28 Croagunk: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Rock Slide, Faint Attack
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Focus Sash)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Karasu's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (2nd Battle)
L37 Gastrodon: Brine, Earthquake, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L39 Mothical: Signal Beam, Chemical Spill, Giga Drain, Light Screen
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L38 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L40 Toxicroak: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Focus Sash)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Karasu's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (3rd Battle)
L43 Gastrodon: Earthquake, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: N/A)
L45 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: N/A)
L44 Mothical: Signal Beam, CMCL Cyclone, Giga Drain, Light Screen
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: N/A)
L45 Eelektross: Wild Charge, Aqua Tail, Dragon Claw, Crunch
(Type: Electric) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Zoom Lens)
L46 Toxicroak: Poison Jab, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Wide Lens)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Karasu's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (4th Battle)
L61 Gastrodon: Earthquake, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Body Slam
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: East) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: Leftovers)
L63 Bronzong: Gyro Ball, Light Pulse, Psychic, Confuse Ray
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Rocky Helmet)
L62 Mothical: Bug Buzz, CMCL Cyclone, Giga Drain, Chemical Flush
(Type: Bug/Chemical) (AB: Base Liquid) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L63 Eelektross: Wild Charge, Aqua Tail, Dragon Claw, Crunch
(Type: Electric) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Zoom Lens)
L64 Toxicroak: Gunk Shot, Dynamicpunch, Stone Edge, Sucker Punch
(Type: Poison/Fighting) (AB: Anticipation) (Item: Wide Lens)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Karasu's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (1st Battle)
L20 Kirlia: Psyshock, Double Team, Magical Leaf, Lucky Chant
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L19 Frillish: Bubblebeam, Night Shade, Recover, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: N/A)
L19 Skiploom: Giga Drain, Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Reflect
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L20 Chansey: Echoed Voice, Softboiled, Light Screen, Counter
(Type: Normal) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Evoilite)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of R.I.F.F.A's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (2nd Battle)
L31 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Thunderbolt, Light Pulse, Magical Leaf
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L30 Frillish: Water Pulse, Ominous Wind, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: N/A)
L31 Scyther: Fury Cutter, Steel Wing, Wing Attack, Slash
(Type: Bug/Flying) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: N/A)
L30 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L32 Chansey: Seismic Toss, Softboiled, Thunder Wave, Counter
(Type: Normal) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Evoilite)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Grunt (F)
L31 Golbat: Bite, Confuse Ray, Toxic, Mean Look
(Type: Poison/Flying) (AB: Inner Focus) (Item: N/A)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of R.I.F.F.A's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (3rd Battle)
L45 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Light Pulse, Thunderbolt
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: N/A)
L44 Jellicent: Surf, Shadow Ball, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: N/A)
L45 Scizor: X-Scissor, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: Choice Scarf)
L44 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Giga Drain, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L46 Blissey: Seismic Toss, Ice Beam, Thunder Wave, Softboiled
(Type: Normal) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Leftovers)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of R.I.F.F.A's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (4th Battle)
L63 Gardevoir: Psyshock, Focus Blast, Light Pulse, Thunderbolt
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Trace) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L62 Jellicent: Hydro Pump, Shadow Ball, Ice Beam, Confuse Ray
(Type: Water/Ghost) (Form: Female) (AB: Cursed Body) (Item: Life Orb)
L63 Scizor: U-Turn, Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Night Slash
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Critical Edge) (Item: Choice Scarf)
L62 Jumpluff: Bounce, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Leech Seed
(Type: Grass/Flying) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Brightpowder)
L64 Blissey: Seismic Toss, Ice Beam, Thunder Wave, Softboiled
(Type: Normal) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Leftovers)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of R.I.F.F.A's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 26, 2013, 02:23:40 am
Here's the second part of the Turiavita rosters.

TURIAVITA MEMBERS (Cont.)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (1st Battle)
L21 Swablu: Aerial Ace, Sing, Fury Attack, Mist
(Type: Normal/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L23 Tangela: Giga Drain, Psychic, Stun Spore, Sunny Day
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L22 Kadabra: Confusion, Disable, Shock Wave, Torment
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L24 Ninetales: Solarbeam, Dark Pulse, Lava Surf, Confuse Ray
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chihaya's Pokémon are 2 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 2 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (2nd Battle)
L34 Alakazam: Psychic, Light Pulse, Shock Wave, Sunny Day
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: N/A)
L35 Tangela: Solarbeam, Hidden Power, Psychic, Stun Spore
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: N/A)
L34 Ninetales: Solarbeam, Flamethrower, Psyshock, Confuse Ray
(Type: Fire) (AB: Flash Fire) (Item: N/A)
L35 Altaria: Air Slash, Dragonbreath, Solarbeam, Fire Blast
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: N/A)
L36 Empoleon: Scald, Flash Cannon, Ice Beam, Earthquake
(Type: Water/Steel) (AB: Torrent) (Item: Expert Belt)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chihaya's Pokémon are 3 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 3 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (3rd Battle)
L47 Alakazam: Psyshock, Energy Ball, Focus Blast, Protect
(Type: Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: Wise Glasses)
L46 Tangrowth: Razor Storm, Psychic, Helping Hand, Stun Spore
(Type: Grass) (AB: Chlorophyll) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L48 Altaria: Sky Attack, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
(Type: Dragon/Flying) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Power Herb)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Spy Yukiho (F)
L47 Mystiloom: Giga Drain, Shadow Ball, Spider Cage, Sleep Powder
(Type: Grass/Ghost) (AB: Wonder Guard) (Item: Focus Sash)
L46 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Razor Storm, Earthquake, Light Screen
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Quick Claw)
L48 Gliscor: Earthquake, Acrobatics, Sky Uppercut, Rock Slide
(Type: Ground/Flying) (AB: Hyper Cutter) (Item: Flying Gem)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chihaya's and Yukiho's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (Final)
L56 Solares: Solar Flash, Extrasensory, Hurricane, Dark Pulse
(Type: Light/Flying) (AB: Bright Aura) (Item: Solar Diamond) <Fleck Only>
L56 Solares: Hydro Light, Extrasensory, Hurricane, Dark Pulse
(Type: Light/Flying) (AB: Bright Aura) (Item: Solar Diamond) <Azalea Only>
L54 Flygon: Outrage* Earthquake, Crunch, Fire Blast
(Type: Ground/Dragon) (AB: Levitate) (Item: Dragon Gem)
L55 Sunflorazumarill: Waterfall, Leaf Blade, Ice Punch*, Flamethrower
(Type: Grass/Water) (AB: Huge Power) (Item: Quick Claw)
L54 Tockety Tick: Light Pulse*, Spectrum Bomb, Ice Beam, Hypno Bell
(Type: Electric/Psychic) (AB: Synchronize) (Item: King's Rock)
L54 Chandelure: Fire Blast*, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Energy Ball
(Type: Ghost/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: White Herb)
L55 Heracross: Megahorn, Close Combat*, Stone Edge, Shadow Claw*
(Type: Bug/Fighting) (AB: Guts) (Item: Choice Band)
* In Challenge Mode, these moves are Outrage > Draco Meteor, Ice Punch > Ice Smash, Light Pulse > Focus Blast, Fire Blast > Overheat, Close Combat > Endless Fight, and Shadow Claw > Night Slash.
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Chihaya's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.


Turiavita Master Del Donna (F)
L56 Nightinpale: Dark Pulse, Razor Storm, Psychic, Signal Beam
(Type: Dark/Grass) (AB: Night Power) (Item: Quick Claw)
L57 Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Draco Meteor, Ice Beam, Flash Cannon
(Type: Water/Dragon) (AB: Sniper) (Item: White Herb)
L56 Volcarona: Fire Blast, Signal Beam, Psychic, Giga Drain
(Type: Bug/Fire) (AB: Flame Body) (Item: Expert Belt)
L57 Magnezone: Laser Blast, Flash Cannon, Mirror Coat, Thunder Wave
(Type: Electric/Steel) (AB: Sturdy) (Item: Recharge Herb)
L56 Dusknoir: Fire Punch, Shadow Punch, Toxic, Trick Room
(Type: Ghost) (AB: Pressure) (Item: Brightpowder)
L58 Metagross: Meteor Mash, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, Shadow Claw
(Type: Steel/Psychic) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Air Balloon)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of Del Donna's Pokémon are 4 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 4 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 26, 2013, 04:47:32 pm
Next up in the Trainer rosters for Pokémon Solar as well as the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions are those for N, who appears late in the post-game. Note that his lineups are supposed to be the same ones from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, with the exception of one or two Pokémon for each lineup, and at least one of which for each lineup is a Pokémon from the SFA-Dex. Also, the held items have been changed a bit. After this, there's only one more thing before everything on Pokémon Solar is wrapped up.

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N

Pokémon Trainer N (M) (Spring)
L88 Politoed: Hydro Pump, Psychic, Focus Blast, Hypnosis
(Type: Water) (AB: Drizzle) (Item: Life Orb)
L86 Lanturn: Hydro Pump, Thunder, Signal Beam, Stockpile
(Type: Water/Electric) (AB: Volt Absorb) (Item: Brightpowder)
L87 Sunflorazumarill: Aqua Jet, Leaf Blade, Ice Smash, Drain Punch
(Type: Grass/Water) (AB: Huge Power) (Item: Quick Claw)
L86 Gastrodon: Earth Power, Muddy Water, Ice Beam, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Ground) (Form: West) (AB: Storm Drain) (Item: Damp Rock)
L86 Tentacruel: Scald, Giga Drain, Barrier, Rain Dance
(Type: Water/Poison) (AB: Clear Body) (Item: Spring Sun)
L87 Starmie: Psychic, Hydro Pump, Thunder, Ice Beam
(Type: Water/Psychic) (AB: Natural Cure) (Item: Wise Glasses)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of N's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer N (M) (Summer)
L88 Ninetales: Solarbeam, Fire Blast, Foul Play, Confuse Ray
(Type: Fire) (AB: Drought) (Item: Life Orb)
L86 Arcanine: Overheat, Extremespeed, Outrage, Wild Charge
(Type: Fire) (AB: Intimidate) (Item: Muscle Band)
L87 Scorchihem: Fire Blast, CMCL Cyclone, Solarbeam, Night Slash
(Type: Chemical/Fire) (AB: Evaporation) (Item: Air Balloon)
L86 Solant: Signal Beam, Solarbeam, Bright Blast, Sunny Day
(Type: Grass/Light) (AB: Solar Power) (Item: Heat Rock)
L87 Leafeon: X-Scissor, Leaf Blade, Attract, Iron Tail
(Type: Grass) (AB: Leaf Guard) (Item: Brightpowder)
L86 Ninjask: X-Scissor, Solarbeam, Protect, Sunny Day
(Type: Bug/Flying) (AB: Speed Boost) (Item: Summer Sun)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of N's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer N (M) (Fall)
L88 Hippowdon: Superpower, Crunch, Stealth Rock, Stone Edge
(Type: Ground) (AB: Sand Stream) (Item: Life Orb)
L86 Moldarach: Earthquake, X-Scissor, Stone Edge, Sandstorm
(Type: Bug/Ground) (AB: Sand Rush) (Item: Smooth Rock)
L86 Cradily: Giga Drain, Stockpile, Confuse Ray, Sandstorm
(Type: Rock/Grass) (AB: Suction Cups) (Item: Fall Sun)
L86 Armaldo: X-Scissor, Rock Slide, Aqua Tail, Rock Polish
(Type: Rock/Bug) (AB: Battle Armor) (Item: Expert Belt)
L87 Scizor: Bug Bite, Bullet Punch, Aerial Ace, Double Hit
(Type: Bug/Steel) (AB: Technician) (Item: Muscle Band)
L87 Rhyperior: Earthquake, Stone Edge, Fire Punch, Ice Punch
(Type: Ground/Rock) (AB: Solid Rock) (Item: Quick Claw)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of N's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.

Pokémon Trainer N (M) (Winter)
L88 Abomasnow: Blizzard, Wood Hammer, Earthquake, Grasswhistle
(Type: Ice/Grass) (AB: Snow Warning) (Item: Life Orb)
L86 Fairost: Mirror Coat, Blizzard, Magic Shield, Hail
(Type: Ice/Light) (AB: Ice Barrier) (Item: Icy Rock)
L87 Cloyster: Hydro Pump, Icicle Spear, Ice Shard, Shell Smash
(Type: Water/Ice) (AB: Skill Link) (Item: Diamondshell)
L87 Mamoswine: Earthquake, Blizzard, Stone Edge, Ice Shard
(Type: Ice/Ground) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: Expert Belt)
L86 Glaceon: Blizzard, Shadow Ball, Attract, Signal Beam
(Type: Ice) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: Brightpowder)
L86 Froslass: Blizzard, Psychic, Shadow Ball, Hail
(Type: Ice/Ghost) (AB: Snow Cloak) (Item: Winter Sun)
Note: In Easy Mode, the levels of N's Pokémon are 5 lower than in Normal Mode and in Challenge Mode are 5 higher than in Normal Mode. Items marked in turquoise are only used in Challenge Mode.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 27, 2013, 12:28:18 am
Finally, here are many of the lineups for Pokémon Solar's (and the expansions') Nostrum Grand Tournament. Due to how the rules work in the NGT, all Pokémon's levels are set to 50. Also note that these aren't all of the lineups. I might post more over time.

Also, when it comes to Pokémon Solar and the expansions, the Marathon Battles for N and Ghetsis have changed. Additionally, Ghetsis wears his outfit from Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. Check the second Marathon Battle post to see them.

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NOSTRUM GRAND TOURNAMENT

Nostrum Gym Leaders

Leader Madoka (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Alakazam, L50 Gallade, L50 Reuniclus, L50 Xatu, L50 Starmie, L50 Claydol
Leader Madoka (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Alakazam, L50 Gallade, L50 Gothitelle, L50 Tockety Tick, L50 Starmie, L50 Metagross

Leader Merry (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Mystiloom, L50 Chandelure, L50 Gengar, L50 Mismagius, L50 Phantormal, L50 Jellicent
Leader Merry (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Mystiloom, L50 Gengar, L50 Chandelure, L50 Drifblim, L50 Froslass, L50 Golurk

Leader Kaori (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Blaziken, L50 Heracross, L50 Thundekong, L50 Scrafty, L50 Gallade, L50 Conkeldurr
Leader Kaori (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Blaziken, L50 Medicham, L50 Machamp, L50 Toxicroak, L50 Scrafty, L50 Breloom

Leader Carina (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Prisangel, L50 Solant, L50 Blazight, L50 Mikombat, L50 Fairost, L50 Luminail
Leader Carina (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Prisangel, L50 Draflect, L50 Cosmiplex, L50 Solant, L50 Brighteon, L50 Elestar

Leader Haruna (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Mothical, L50 Chemicrush, L50 Metaliquid, L50 Gelardine, L50 Plasmactor, L50 Biohyrax
Leader Haruna (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Mothical, L50 Metaliquid, L50 Snapazard, L50 Scorchihem, L50 Muk, L50 Chemicrush
Note: Haruna's Mothical is Bug/Chemical-type and her Muk is Poison/Chemical-type.

Leader Mizore (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Froslass, L50 Mamoswine, L50 Vanilluxe, L50 Jynx, L50 Abomasnow, L50 Lapras
Leader Mizore (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Froslass, L50 Cloyster, L50 Abomasnow, L50 Mamoswine, L50 Cryogonal, L50 Weavile

Leader Haruka N. (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Dragonite, L50 Kingdra, L50 Garchomp, L50 Druddigon, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Altaria
Leader Haruka N. (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Dragonite, L50 Vovalgia, L50 Salamence, L50 Shardra, L50 Garchomp, L50 Haxorus

Leader Erika S. (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Zoroark, L50 Nightinpale, L50 Weavile, L50 Spiritomb, L50 Houndoom, L50 Honchkrow
Leader Erika S. (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Zoroark, L50 Nightasma, L50 Nightinpale, L50 Sharpedo, L50 Houndoom, L50 Hydreigon

Leader Saber (F) (Nostrum Leaders): L50 Metanilant, L50 Aggron, L50 Lucario, L50 Empoleon, L50 Magnezone, L50 Bisharp
Leader Saber (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Metanilant, L50 Excadrill, L50 Lucario, L50 Scizor, L50 Skarmory, L50 Metagross


Kanto Gym Leaders

Leader Brock (M) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Onix, L50 Golem, L50 Armaldo, L50 Aerodactyl, L50 Gigalith, L50 Volcanile
Leader Brock (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Onix, L50 Aggron, L50 Kabutops, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Archeops, L50 Rhyperior

Leader Misty (F) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Starmie, L50 Lanturn, L50 Blastoise, L50 Golduck, L50 Gastrodon (W), L50 Luminail
Leader Misty (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Starmie, L50 Gyarados, L50 Birilatin, L50 Lapras, L50 Kingdra, L50 Jellicent

Leader Lt. Surge (M) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Raichu, L50 Magnezone, L50 Electrode, L50 Plantplug, L50 Ampharos, L50 Plasmactor
Leader Lt. Surge (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Raichu, L50 Elestar, L50 Vicious, L50 Nightasma, L50 Thundekong, L50 Magnezone

Leader Erika (F) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Vileplume, L50 Tangrowth, L50 Plantplug, L50 Lilligant, L50 Jumpluff, L50 Ecocadia
Leader Erika (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Vileplume, L50 Solant, L50 Ecocadia, L50 Whismicott, L50 Nightinpale, L50 Rotom (Cut)

Leader Janine (F) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Crobat, L50 Ariados, L50 Venomoth, L50 Flowersixtet, L50 Garbodor, L50 Drapion
Leader Janine (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Crobat, L50 Venomoth, L50 Tentacruel, L50 Muk, L50 Mothical, L50 Roserade
Note: Janine's Muk is Poison/Chemical-type and her Mothical is Bug/Poison-type.

Leader Sabrina (F) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Alakazam, L50 Slowking, L50 Mr. Mime, L50 Exeggutor, L50 Flarancer, L50 Medicham
Leader Sabrina (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Alakazam, L50 Espeon, L50 Sigilyph, L50 Jynx, L50 Tockety Tick, L50 Bronzong

Leader Blaine (M) (Kanto Leaders): L50 Arcanine, L50 Scorchihem, L50 Ninetales, L50 Darmanitan-Z, L50 Magmortar, L50 Houndoom
Leader Blaine (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Arcanine, L50 Blazight, L50 Magmortar, L50 Charizard, L50 Volcarona, L50 Vovalgia


Nostrum Elite Four

Elite Four Misaka (F) (Nostrum Elite Four): L50 Magnezone, L50 Rotom (Wash), L50 Plantplug, L50 Vicious, L50 Thundekong, L50 Ampharos
Elite Four Misaka (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Magnezone, L50 Electivire, L50 Rotom (Wash), L50 Jolteon, L50 Tockety Tick, L50 Elestar

Elite Four Haruka A. (F) (Nostrum Elite Four): L50 Typhlosion, L50 Chandelure, L50 Houndoom, L50 Scorchihem, L50 Darmanitan, L50 Volcarona
Elite Four Haruka A. (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Typhlosion, L50 Chandelure, L50 Volcarona, L50 Enragious, L50 Ninetales, L50 Arcanine

Elite Four Yuri (F) (Nostrum Elite Four): L50 Kingdra, L50 Blastoise, L50 Lanturn, L50 Walrein, L50 Gyarados, L50 Gastrodon (W)
Elite Four Yuri (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Kingdra, L50 Cloyster, L50 Starmie, L50 Politoed, L50 Lanturn, L50 Ludicolo

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Nostrum Elite Four): L50 Ecocadia, L50 Nightinpale, L50 Venusaur, L50 Ferrothorn, L50 Jumpluff, L50 Tangrowth
Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Ecocadia, L50 Venusaur, L50 Breloom, L50 Solant, L50 Exeggutor, L50 Shiftry


Kanto/Johto Elite

Elite Four Lorelei (F) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Lapras, L50 Mamoswine, L50 Cryogonal, L50 Jynx, L50 Weavile, L50 Fairost
Elite Four Lorelei (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Lapras, L50 Abomasnow, L50 Cloyster, L50 Vanilluxe, L50 Jynx, L50 Froslass

Elite Four Bruno (M) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Machamp, L50 Hitmonchan, L50 Hitmonlee, L50 Breloom, L50 Scrafty, L50 Lucario
Elite Four Bruno (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Machamp, L50 Hitmontop, L50 Medicham, L50 Conkeldurr, L50 Mikombat, L50 Blaziken

Elite Four Agatha (F) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Gengar, L50 Mismagius, L50 Jellicent, L50 Chandelure, L50 Sableye, L50 Mystiloom
Elite Four Agatha (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Gengar, L50 Golurk, L50 Cofagrigus, L50 Phantormal, L50 Dusknoir, L50 Chandelure

Elite Four Will (M) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Xatu, L50 Gardevoir, L50 Slowbro, L50 Reuniclus, L50 Sigilyph, L50 Metagross
Elite Four Will (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Xatu, L50 Gallade, L50 Slowking, L50 Claydol, L50 Exeggutor, L50 Metagross

Elite Four Koga (M) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Venomoth, L50 Crobat, L50 Venusaur, L50 Scolpiede, L50 Muk, L50 Seviper
Elite Four Koga (M) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Venomoth, L50 Crobat, L50 Tentacruel, L50 Toxicroak, L50 Skuntank, L50 Amoonguss
Note: Koga's Muk is Poison/Chemical-type.

Elite Four Karen (F) (Kanto/Johto Elite): L50 Umbreon, L50 Krookodile, L50 Honchkrow, L50 Houndoom, L50 Cosmiplex, L50 Shiftry
Elite Four Karen (F) (Type Expert/World Leaders): L50 Umbreon, L50 Mandibuzz, L50 Houndoom, L50 Nightinpale, L50 Drapion, L50 Hydreigon


Champions

Champion Blue (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Aerodactyl, L50 Machamp, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Arcanine, L50 Exeggutor, L50 Gyarados

Champion Red (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Pikachu, L50 Lapras, L50 Snorlax, L50 Venusaur, L50 Charizard, L50 Blastoise

Champion Lance (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Dragonite, L50 Gyarados, L50 Garchomp, L50 Draflect, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Charizard

Champion Wallace (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Milotic, L50 Kingdra, L50 Gastrodon (W), L50 Gyarados, L50 Glacimpact, L50 Jellicent

Champion Steven (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Metagross, L50 Aggron, L50 Excadrill, L50 Moldarach, L50 Cradily, L50 Rhyperior

Champion Cynthia (F) (Champion Cup): L50 Garchomp, L50 Roserade, L50 Lucario, L50 Milotic, L50 Cosmiplex, L50 Eelektross

Champion Alder (M) (Champion Cup): L50 Volcarona, L50 Draflect, L50 Conkeldurr, L50 Metaliquid, L50 Reuniclus, L50 Cloyster

Champion Iris (F) (Champion Cup): L50 Haxorus, L50 Ecocadia, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Salamence, L50 Lapras, L50 Aggron

Champion Bonnie (F) (Champion Cup): L50 Hydreigon, L50 Mikombat, L50 Volcarona, L50 Magnezone, L50 Sunflorazumarill, L50 Skibison


DLC: Rise of Villains/+

Rocket Boss Giovanni (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Rhyperior, L50 Steelix, L50 Moldarach, L50 Flygon, L50 Hippowdon, L50 Golurk
Rocket Boss Giovanni (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Rhyperior, L50 Garchomp, L50 Moldarach, L50 Excadrill, L50 Krookodile, L50 Gliscor

Magma Leader Maxie (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Camerupt, L50 Chandelure, L50 Crobat, L50 Rhyperior, L50 Volcaquid, L50 Houndoom
Magma Leader Maxie (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Camerupt, L50 Volcarona, L50 Crobat, L50 Rhyperior, L50 Scorchihem, L50 Vovalgia

Aqua Leader Archie (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Sharpedo, L50 Jellicent, L50 Crobat, L50 Mamoswine, L50 Birilatin, L50 Cloyster
Aqua Leader Archie (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Sharpedo, L50 Seismitoad, L50 Crobat, L50 Mamoswine, L50 Glacimpact, L50 Gyarados

Flora Leader Farlie (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Cacturne, L50 Leavanny, L50 Crobat, L50 Scizor, L50 Snapazard, L50 Breloom
Flora Leader Farlie (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Cacturne, L50 Ferrothorn, L50 Crobat, L50 Scizor, L50 Ecocadia, L50 Roserade

Plasma Leader Plasmae (F) (Rise of Villains): L50 Manectric, L50 Galvantula, L50 Crobat, L50 Metagross, L50 Elestar, L50 Nightasma
Plasma Leader Plasmae (F) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Manectric, L50 Eelektross, L50 Crobat, L50 Metagross, L50 Magnezone, L50 Rotom (Wash)

Draco Leader Dralene (F) (Rise of Villains): L50 Altaria, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Crobat, L50 Gyarados, L50 Draflect, L50 Dragonite
Draco Leader Dralene (F) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Altaria, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Crobat, L50 Garchomp, L50 Kingdra, L50 Dragonite

Galactic Boss Cyrus (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Weavile, L50 Gyarados, L50 Houndoom, L50 Crobat, L50 Cosmiplex, L50 Scolipede
Galactic Boss Cyrus (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Weavile, L50 Gyarados, L50 Honchkrow, L50 Crobat, L50 Reuniclus, L50 Scolipede

Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) (Rise of Villains): L50 Hydreigon, L50 Cosmiplex, L50 Toxicroak, L50 Aggron, L50 Slowking, L50 Gengar
Team Plasma Ghetsis (M) (Rise of Villains +): L50 Hydreigon, L50 Moldarach, L50 Drapion, L50 Aggron, L50 Kingdra, L50 Gengar

Turiavita Master Del Donna (Rise of Villains): L50 Metagross, L50 Dusknoir, L50 Volcarona, L50 Porygon-Z, L50 Magnezone, L50 Nightinpale
Turiavita Master Del Donna (Rise of Villains +): L50 Metagross, L50 Archeops, L50 Tentacruel, L50 Volcarona, L50 Magnezone, L50 Nightinpale


DLC: Gym Alliance

Leader Erika (F) (Gym Alliance): L50 Vileplume, L50 Solant, L50 Snapazard, L50 Mystiloom

Leader Falkner (M) (Gym Alliance): L50 Noctowl, L50 Skibison, L50 Ecocadia, L50 Biohyrax

Leader Flannery (F) (Gym Alliance): L50 Torkoal, L50 Scorchihem, L50 Volcanile, L50 Blazight

Leader Volkner (M) (Gym Alliance): L50 Electivire, L50 Plasmactor, L50 Elestar, L50 Birilatin

Leader Cress (M) (Gym Alliance): L50 Simipour, L50 Luminail, L50 Glacimpact, L50 Volcaquid

Leader Haruna (F) (Gym Alliance): L50 Chemicrush, L50 Metaliquid, L50 Ectoplatom, L50 Gelardine


DLC: Royal Circle

Leader Misty (F) (Royal Circle): L50 Starmie, L50 Birilatin, L50 Luminail

Leader Morty (M) (Royal Circle): L50 Gengar, L50 Ectoplatom, L50 Mystiloom

Leader Norman (M) (Royal Circle): L50 Slaking, L50 Skibison, L50 Phantormal

Leader Roark (M) (Royal Circle): L50 Rampardos, L50 Armaremor, L50 Volcanile

Leader Cilan (M) (Royal Circle): L50 Simisage, L50 Ecocadia, L50 Solant

Champion Bonnie (F) (Royal Circle): L50 Hydreigon, L50 Mikombat, L50 Sunflorazumarill


DLC: Call of Legends

Leader Sabrina (F) (Call of Legends): L50 Mewtwo, L50 Alakazam, L50 Espeon

Leader Clair (F) (Call of Legends): L50 Mythica, L50 Kingdra, L50 Dragonite

Leader Winona (F) (Call of Legends): L50 Rayquaza, L50 Altaria, L50 Tropius

Leader Wake (M) (Call of Legends): L50 Palkia, L50 Floatzel, L50 Gastrodon (E)

Leader Chili (M) (Call of Legends): L50 Reshiram, L50 Simisear, L50 Volcarona

Leader Carina (F) (Call of Legends): L50 Solares, L50 Prisangel, L50 Draflect


DLC: 2012 Junior Division

World Champion Abram (M): L50 Cloyster, L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Volcarona, L50 Landorus (IN), L50 Tyranitar, L50 Hitmontop

World Runner-Up Brian (M): L50 Sableye, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Metagross, L50 Hitmontop, L50 Rotom (W)

World Finalist Brendan (M): L50 Garchomp, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Scizor, L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Hitmontop, L50 Cresselia

World Finalist Kippei (M): L50 Metagross, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Hitmontop, L50 Cresselia, L50 Zapdos, L50 Gastrodon (E)


DLC: 2012 Senior Division

World Champion Toler (M): L50 Garchomp, L50 Ludicolo, L50 Cresselia, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Rotom (H), L50 Metagross

World Runner-Up Jaime (M): L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Tyranitar, L50 Metagross, L50 Hitmontop, L50 Latios, L50 Swampert

World Finalist Nitesh (M): L50 Heatran, L50 Cresselia, L50 Amoonguss, L50 Metagross, L50 Gyarados, L50 Gastrodon (W)

World Finalist Henry (M): L50 Tyranitar, L50 Excadrill, L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Volcarona, L50 Latios, L50 Hitmontop


DLC: 2012 Masters Division

World Champion Ray (M): L50 Tyranitar, L50 Cresselia, L50 Garchomp, L50 Hydreigon, L50 Rotom (W), L50 Metagross

World Runner-Up Wolfe (M): L50 Hitmontop, L50 Cresselia, L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Terrakion, L50 Heatran, L50 Exeggutor

World Finalist Abel (M): L50 Thundurus (IN), L50 Hitmontop, L50 Latios, L50 Cresselia, L50 Metagross, L50 Tyranitar

World Finalist Joe (M): L50 Excadrill, L50 Tyranitar, L50 Gastrodon, L50 Salamence, L50 Rotom (H), L50 Cresselia

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Now with everything pertaining to the Pokémon Flora/Azure saga finished and posted, I'd like to share with you some information regarding the games:

In addition to Flora/Azure/Solar, I also had once devised a 4th Gen set of games based off of Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages called Pokémon Seasons and Pokémon Ages. However, I never put the ideas down anywhere.

This (http://rizzeon.deviantart.com/art/PKMN-x-Vocaloid-Mugshots-EDIT-178597831) was the initial inspiration for the games. I decided to make my own using various anime girls and the project evolved from there.

Pokémon Flora, Azure, and Solar are 5th Gen-based games. They would be for the Nintendo DS, but are optimized to have the 3D effect when played on a 3DS.

I made a very rough sketch of the map for the Nostrum region, but I'm not sure if I should post it or wait until I make a much better version.

I'm actually working on the SFA Pokédex, but I don't have anywhere to put it. I use it for reference such as stats, moves, abilities, and the like when it comes to the Pokémon in it.

To me, the Flora/Azure saga began when I first started putting down the ideas almost two years ago. With the last of the Pokémon Solar ideas posted, the saga has come to an end and will begin winding down.

These won't be the last of my main series Pokémon game ideas. Once the 6th Gen comes full force, I'll start putting down ideas for a new duo of Pokémon games.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 27, 2013, 04:29:34 pm
As you may expect, since I did Touhoumon Flora and Azure ideas, I also had to do Touhoumon Solar ones, too. Anyway, there are a few more things to explain here.

While in Flora/Azure the starters were CH Haruka, CH Miki, and CH Chihaya, this time, the starters are CH Meiko, CH Luka, and CH Gumi. Also, you rival now gets either CH Kanako (Luka), CH Suwako (Meiko), or CH Utsuho (Gumi).

When it comes to fighting Del Donna, Bonnie, rematching the Elite Four in Challenge Mode, or fighting N, they now each have a Last Word as their strongest Touhou.

The Nostrum Grand Tournament is present, but I haven't put down any lineups for it yet. I might do that someday. I also put down N and Ghetsis's Solar Marathon Battles.

With this, I've now posted all my Touhoumon ideas for the time being. I will tell you this, though. Once the 6th Gen rolls around, I'll have Touhoumon ideas for those games as well.

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TOUHOUMON SOLAR INFORMATION

This is a Touhoumon idea based off of Pokémon Solar, containing the same Touhous and features of Flora and Azure. However, all the features from Solar and the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions also come full circle.


These are the Starter lines for Touhoumon Solar:

CH Meiko (Fire)
Meiko (Fire)
EX Meiko (Fire/Chemical)

CH Luka (Water)
Luka (Water)
EX Luka (Water/Light)

CH Gumi (Grass/Fighting)
Gumi (Grass/Fighting)
EX Gumi (Grass/Fighting)


These are the locations of each Legendary Touhou in the game:

Kongala <Replaces Basiboros>
Kikuri <Replaces Dimensium>
Yuugenma <Replaces Auright>
Shingyoku (Priest) <Found in Terra Chamber (post-game)>
Shingyoku (Priestess) <Found in Hydro Chamber (post-game)>
Shingyoku (Orb) <Found in Solar Chamber (post-game)>
Layla <Replaces Heatran>*
Merry N <Replaces Cresselia>*
Sariel <Replaces Regigigas>*
S Flandre <Replaces Arceus>
* In the Solar-Flora and Solar-Azure expansions, the Legendaries that Sariel, Layla, and Merry N replace change to these.



TOUHOUMON SOLAR TRAINER ROSTERS

GYM LEADERS

Leader Madoka (F)
L10 CH Takane, L11 CH Hatate, L12 CH Byakuren
(Easy Mode)
L12 CH Takane, L13 CH Hatate, L14 CH Byakuren
(Normal Mode)
L14 CH Takane, L15 CH Hatate, L14 CH Yukari, L16 CH Byakuren
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Madoka (F) (Tag Partner)
L12 CH Takane, L13 CH Hatate, L14 CH Byakuren

Leader Madoka (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Lapis, L60 EX Hatate, L61 EX Kaguya, L60 EX Takane, L61 EX Byakuren, L62 EX Yukari (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Lapis, L64 EX Hatate, L65 EX Kaguya, L64 EX Takane, L65 EX Byakuren, L66 EX Yukari (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Lapis, L68 EX Hatate, L69 EX Kaguya, L68 EX Takane, L69 EX Byakuren, L70 EX Yukari (Challenge Mode)


Leader Merry (F)
L18 CH Yukiho, L19 CH Kogasa, L20 Yuyuko
(Easy Mode)
L20 CH Yukiho, L21 CH Kogasa, L22 Yuyuko
(Normal Mode)
L22 CH Murasa, L23 CH Kogasa, L22 Yukiho, L24 Yuyuko
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Merry (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Murasa, L61 EX Kogasa, L60 EX Yukiho, L60 EX Tojiko, L61 EX Mima, L62 EX Yuyuko (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Murasa, L65 EX Kogasa, L64 EX Yukiho, L64 EX Tojiko, L65 EX Mima, L66 EX Yuyuko (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Murasa, L69 EX Kogasa, L68 EX Yukiho, L68 EX Tojiko, L69 EX Mima, L70 EX Yuyuko (Challenge Mode)


Leader Kaori (F)
L22 CH Hakurei, L23 SeeU, L24 Gumi
(Easy Mode)
L24 CH Hakurei, L25 SeeU, L26 Gumi
(Normal Mode)
L26 CH Hakurei, L27 SeeU, L26 CH Ichirin, L28 Gumi
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Kaori (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX SeeU, L61 Hakurei, L60 EX Sara, L61 EX Gumi, L60 EX Ichirin, L62 EX Yuugi (Easy Mode)
L64 EX SeeU, L65 Hakurei, L64 EX Sara, L65 EX Gumi, L64 EX Ichirin, L66 EX Yuugi (Normal Mode)
L68 EX SeeU, L69 Hakurei, L68 EX Sara, L69 EX Gumi, L68 EX Ichirin, L70 EX Yuugi (Challenge Mode)


Leader Carina (F)
L25 Ai, L26 Iroha, L27 Lily
(Easy Mode)
L28 Ai, L29 Iroha, L30 Lily
(Normal Mode)
L31 Ami, L32 Iroha, L31 Mami, L33 Lily
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Carina (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Ai, L31 Iroha, L32 Lily

Leader Carina (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Mami, L60 EX Ami, L61 EX Ai, L60 EX Iroha, L61 EX Luka, L62 EX Lily (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Mami, L64 EX Ami, L65 EX Ai, L64 EX Iroha, L65 EX Luka, L66 EX Lily (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Mami, L68 EX Ami, L69 EX Ai, L68 EX Iroha, L69 EX Luka, L70 EX Lily (Challenge Mode)

Leader Haruna (F)
L25 Haku, L26 Haku, L27 EX Haku
(Easy Mode)
L28 Haku, L29 Haku, L30 EX Haku
(Normal Mode)
L31 Haku, L32 EX Haku, L31 Haku, L33 EX Haku
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Haruna (F) (Tag Partner)
L30 Haku, L31 Haku, L32 EX Haku

Leader Haruna (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Medecine, L61 EX Haku, L60 EX Hina, L61 EX Haku, L60 EX Eirin, L62 EX Meiko (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Medecine, L65 EX Haku, L64 EX Hina, L65 EX Haku, L64 EX Eirin, L66 EX Meiko (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Medecine, L69 EX Haku, L68 EX Hina, L69 EX Haku, L68 EX Eirin, L70 EX Meiko (Challenge Mode)

Leader Carina (F)
L60 EX Iroha, L61 EX Luka, L62 EX Lily
(Easy Mode)
L64 EX Iroha, L65 EX Luka, L66 EX Lily
(Normal Mode)
L68 EX Iroha, L69 EX Luka, L70 EX Lily
(Challenge Mode)
Tag Battle w/Leader Haruna (F)
L60 EX Haku, L61 EX Meiko, L62 EX Haku
(Easy Mode)
L64 EX Haku, L65 EX Meiko, L66 EX Haku
(Normal Mode)
L68 EX Haku, L69 EX Meiko, L70 EX Haku
(Challenge Mode)


Leader Mizore (F)
L30 Kaito, L32 Sakuya, L31 Yumemi, L33 EX Cirno
(Easy Mode)
L33 Kaito, L35 Sakuya, L34 Yumemi, L36 EX Cirno
(Normal Mode)
L36 Kaito, L36 Mai, L38 Sakuya, L37 Yumemi, L39 EX Cirno
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Mizore (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Sakuya, L60 EX Kaito, L61 EX Cirno, L60 EX Mai, L61 EX Lolice, L62 EX Yumemi (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Sakuya, L64 EX Kaito, L65 EX Cirno, L64 EX Mai, L65 EX Lolice, L66 EX Yumemi (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Sakuya, L68 EX Kaito, L69 EX Cirno, L68 EX Mai, L69 EX Lolice, L70 EX Yumemi (Challenge Mode)


Leader Haruka N. (F)
L34 Seiga, L36 EX Hibiki, L35 Iku, L37 EX Miko
(Easy Mode)
L37 Seiga, L39 EX Hibiki, L38 Iku, L40 EX Miko
(Normal Mode)
L40 Seiga, L40 EX Meiling, L42 EX Hibiki, L41 Iku, L43 EX Miko
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Haruka N. (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Hibiki, L60 EX Seiga, L61 EX Teto, L60 EX Satsuki, L61 EX Miko, L62 EX Mitori (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Hibiki, L64 EX Seiga, L65 EX Teto, L64 EX Satsuki, L65 EX Miko, L66 EX Mitori (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Hibiki, L68 EX Seiga, L69 EX Teto, L68 EX Satsuki, L69 EX Miko, L70 EX Mitori (Challenge Mode)


Leader Erika S. (F)
L37 Sasha, L39 EX Mayu, L38 EX Parsee, L40 EX Remilia
(Easy Mode)
L41 Sasha, L43 EX Mayu, L42 EX Parsee, L44 EX Remilia
(Normal Mode)
L45 Flandre, L45 Sasha, L47 EX Mayu, L46 EX Parsee, L48 EX Remilia
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Erika S. (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Neru, L60 EX Mayu, L60 EX Parsee, L61 EX Remilia, L61 EX Flandre, L62 EX Sasha (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Neru, L64 EX Mayu, L64 EX Parsee, L65 EX Remilia, L65 EX Flandre, L66 EX Sasha (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Neru, L68 EX Mayu, L68 EX Parsee, L69 EX Remilia, L69 EX Flandre, L70 EX Sasha (Challenge Mode)


Leader Saber (F)
L43 EX Ryo, L45 EX Shikieiki, L44 EX Youmu, L48 Youki
(Easy Mode)
L47 EX Ryo, L49 EX Shikieiki, L48 EX Youmu, L50 Youki
(Normal Mode)
L51 EX Ryo, L51 EX Meira, L53 EX Shikieiki, L52 EX Youmu, L54 Youki
(Challenge Mode)

Leader Saber (F) (Rematch)
L61 AV Letty, L60 EX Youmu, L61 EX Shikieiki, L60 EX Ryo, L60 EX Keine (H), L62 Youki (Easy Mode)
L65 AV Letty, L64 EX Youmu, L65 EX Shikieiki, L64 EX Ryo, L64 EX Keine (H), L66 Youki (Normal Mode)
L69 AV Letty, L68 EX Youmu, L69 EX Shikieiki, L68 EX Ryo, L68 EX Keine (H), L70 Youki (Challenge Mode)


ELITE FOUR

Elite Four Misaka (F)
L47 EX Chiyuri, L46 EX Tojiko, L47 EX Shou, L46 EX Iku, L48 EX Miki
(Easy Mode)
L51 EX Chiyuri, L50 EX Tojiko, L51 EX Shou, L50 EX Iku, L52 EX Miki
(Normal Mode)
L55 EX Chiyuri, L54 EX Tojiko, L55 EX Shou, L54 EX Iku, L56 EX Miki
(Challenge Mode)

Elite Four Misaka (F) (Rematch)
L66 Kirisame, L66 EX Tojiko, L67 EX Shou, L66 EX Marisa, L67 EX Iku, L68 EX Miki (Easy Mode)
L70 Kirisame, L70 EX Tojiko, L71 EX Shou, L70 EX Marisa, L71 EX Iku, L72 EX Miki (Normal Mode)
L74 Kirisame, L74 EX Tojiko, L75 EX Shou, L74 EX Marisa, L75 EX Miki, L76 LW Iku (Challenge Mode)


Elite Four Haruka A. (F)
L46 EX Ai, L47 EX Futo, L46 EX Mokou, L47 EX Haruka, L48 EX Marisa
(Easy Mode)
L50 EX Ai, L51 EX Futo, L50 EX Mokou, L51 EX Haruka, L52 EX Marisa
(Normal Mode)
L54 EX Ai, L55 EX Futo, L54 EX Mokou, L55 EX Haruka, L56 EX Marisa
(Normal Mode)

Elite Four Haruka A. (F) (Rematch)
L66 EX Utsuho, L66 EX Yumemi, L66 EX Mokou, L67 EX Haruka, L67 EX Marisa, L68 EX Flandre (Easy Mode)
L70 EX Utsuho, L70 EX Yumemi, L70 EX Mokou, L71 EX Haruka, L71 EX Marisa, L72 EX Flandre (Normal Mode)
L74 EX Yumemi, L74 EX Mokou, L74 EX Haruka, L75 EX Marisa, L75 EX Flandre, L76 LW Utsuho (Challenge Mode)


Elite Four Yuri (F)
L49 EX Nitori, L48 EX Luka, L49 EX Sanae, L48 EX Chihaya, L50 EX Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L53 EX Nitori, L52 EX Luka, L53 EX Sanae, L52 EX Chihaya, L54 EX Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L57 EX Nitori, L56 EX Luka, L57 EX Sanae, L56 EX Chihaya, L58 EX Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Elite Four Yuri (F) (Rematch)
L68 EX Luka, L69 EX Azusa, L68 EX Murasa, L69 EX Sanae, L68 EX Chihaya, L70 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L72 EX Luka, L73 EX Azusa, L72 EX Murasa, L73 EX Sanae, L72 EX Chihaya, L74 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L76 EX Luka, L77 EX Azusa, L76 EX Murasa, L77 EX Sanae, L76 EX Chihaya, L78 LW Suwako (Challenge Mode)


Elite Four Hinagiku (F)
L49 EX Satsuki, L48 EX Kaguya, L49 EX Yuka, L48 EX Kanako, L50 EX Yuyuko
(Easy Mode)
L53 EX Satsuki, L52 EX Kaguya, L53 EX Yuka, L52 EX Kanako, L54 EX Yuyuko
(Normal Mode)
L57 EX Satsuki, L56 EX Kaguya, L57 EX Yuka, L56 EX Kanako, L58 EX Yuyuko
(Challenge Mode)

Elite Four Hinagiku (F) (Rematch)
L68 EX Sanae, L68 EX Gumi, L69 EX Yuka, L68 EX Satsuki, L69 EX Kanako, L70 EX Yuyuko (Easy Mode)
L72 EX Sanae, L72 EX Gumi, L73 EX Yuka, L72 EX Satsuki, L73 EX Kanako, L74 EX Yuyuko (Normal Mode)
L76 EX Sanae, L76 EX Gumi, L77 EX Yuka, L76 EX Satsuki, L77 EX Kanako, L78 LW Yuyuko (Challenge Mode)


CHAMPION

Princess Bonnie (F) (Tag Partner)
L46 EX Azusa, L47 EX Sakuya, L48 EX Teto

Champion Bonnie (F)
L71 EX Azusa, L72 EX Teto, L71 EX Sakuya, L71 EX Marisa, L72 EX Mamizou, L73 EX BRS (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Azusa, L77 EX Teto, L76 EX Sakuya, L76 EX Marisa, L77 EX Mamizou, L78 EX BRS (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Azusa, L82 EX Teto, L81 EX Sakuya, L81 EX Marisa, L82 EX Mamizou, L83 LW Mima (Challenge Mode)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 27, 2013, 04:31:00 pm
Here's the second part of the Touhoumon Solar information.

RIVAL BATTLES

Rival Battles (Richelle)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L4 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L4 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L4 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Mokou, L21 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Mokou, L23 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Mokou, L25 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Iku, L21 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Iku, L23 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Iku, L25 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Kaito, L21 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Kaito, L23 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Kaito, L25 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L25 Miku, L26 CH Mokou, L26 CH Iku, L27 Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 CH Mokou, L29 CH Iku, L30 Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Mokou, L32 Iku, L33 Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L25 Miku, L26 CH Iku, L26 Kaito, L27 Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 CH Iku, L29 Kaito, L30 Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Iku, L32 Kaito, L33 Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L25 Miku, L26 Kaito, L26 CH Mokou, L27 Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 Kaito, L29 CH Mokou, L30 Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Kaito, L32 Mokou, L33 Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Mokou, L33 Iku, L34 Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Mokou, L36 Iku, L37 Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Mokou, L39 Iku, L40 Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Iku, L33 Kaito, L34 Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Iku, L36 Kaito, L37 Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Iku, L39 Kaito, L40 Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Kaito, L33 Mokou, L34 Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Kaito, L36 Mokou, L37 Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Kaito, L39 Mokou, L40 Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Mokou, L39 Iku, L40 Suwako

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Iku, L39 Kaito, L40 Utsuho

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Kaito, L39 Mokou, L40 Kanako

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Mokou, L46 EX Iku, L47 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Mokou, L50 EX Iku, L51 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Mokou, L54 EX Iku, L55 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Iku, L46 EX Kaito, L47 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Iku, L50 EX Kaito, L51 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Iku, L54 EX Kaito, L55 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Kaito, L46 EX Mokou, L47 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Kaito, L50 EX Mokou, L51 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Kaito, L54 EX Mokou, L55 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Tag Partner 2

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Mokou, L65 EX Iku, L66 EX Suwako

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Iku, L65 EX Kaito, L66 EX Utsuho

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Kaito, L65 EX Mokou, L66 EX Kanako

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Mokou, L63 EX Iku, L64 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Mokou, L67 EX Iku, L68 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Mokou, L71 EX Iku, L72 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Iku, L63 EX Kaito, L64 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Iku, L67 EX Kaito, L68 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Iku, L71 EX Kaito, L72 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Kaito, L63 EX Mokou, L64 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Kaito, L67 EX Mokou, L68 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Kaito, L71 EX Mokou, L72 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Mokou, L72 EX Iku, L73 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Mokou, L77 EX Iku, L78 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Mokou, L82 EX Iku, L83 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Iku, L72 EX Kaito, L73 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Iku, L77 EX Kaito, L78 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Iku, L82 EX Kaito, L83 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Kaito, L72 EX Mokou, L73 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Kaito, L77 EX Mokou, L78 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Kaito, L82 EX Mokou, L83 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (A)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Mokou, L82 EX Iku, L83 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Mokou, L87 EX Iku, L88 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Mokou, L92 EX Iku, L93 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (B)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Iku, L82 EX Kaito, L83 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Iku, L87 EX Kaito, L88 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Iku, L92 EX Kaito, L93 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Richelle (F) (C)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L83 EX Kaito, L82 EX Mokou, L83 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Mokou, L88 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Kaito, L92 EX Mokou, L93 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)


Rival Battles (Ricard)

First Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L4 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L4 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L4 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L5 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L6 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Second Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L6 CH Miku, L8 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L7 CH Miku, L9 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L8 CH Miku, L10 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Third Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Mokou, L21 CH Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Mokou, L23 CH Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Mokou, L25 CH Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Iku, L21 CH Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Iku, L23 CH Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Iku, L25 CH Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L20 Miku, L19 CH Kaito, L21 CH Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L22 Miku, L21 CH Kaito, L23 CH Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L24 Miku, L23 CH Kaito, L25 CH Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Fourth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L25 Miku, L26 CH Mokou, L26 CH Iku, L27 Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 CH Mokou, L29 CH Iku, L30 Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Mokou, L32 Iku, L33 Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L25 Miku, L26 CH Iku, L26 Kaito, L27 Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 CH Iku, L29 Kaito, L30 Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Iku, L32 Kaito, L33 Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L25 Miku, L26 Kaito, L26 CH Mokou, L27 Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L28 Miku, L29 Kaito, L29 CH Mokou, L30 Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L31 Miku, L32 Kaito, L32 Mokou, L33 Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Fifth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Mokou, L33 Iku, L34 Suwako
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Mokou, L36 Iku, L37 Suwako
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Mokou, L39 Iku, L40 Suwako
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Iku, L33 Kaito, L34 Utsuho
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Iku, L36 Kaito, L37 Utsuho
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Iku, L39 Kaito, L40 Utsuho
(Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L32 Miku, L32 Keine, L33 Kaito, L33 Mokou, L34 Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L35 Miku, L35 Keine, L36 Kaito, L36 Mokou, L37 Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Kaito, L39 Mokou, L40 Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Tag Partner

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Mokou, L39 Iku, L40 Suwako

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Iku, L39 Kaito, L40 Utsuho

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L38 EX Miku, L38 EX Keine (N), L39 Kaito, L39 Mokou, L40 Kanako

Sixth Battle

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Mokou, L46 EX Iku, L47 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Mokou, L50 EX Iku, L51 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Mokou, L54 EX Iku, L55 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Iku, L46 EX Kaito, L47 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Iku, L50 EX Kaito, L51 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Iku, L54 EX Kaito, L55 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L45 EX Miku, L44 EX Keine (N), L46 EX Mima, L45 EX Kaito, L46 EX Mokou, L47 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L49 EX Miku, L48 EX Keine (N), L50 EX Mima, L49 EX Kaito, L50 EX Mokou, L51 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L53 EX Miku, L52 EX Keine (N), L54 EX Mima, L53 EX Kaito, L54 EX Mokou, L55 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Tag Partner 2

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Mokou, L65 EX Iku, L66 EX Suwako

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Iku, L65 EX Kaito, L66 EX Utsuho

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L64 EX Miku, L63 EX Keine (N), L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Kaito, L65 EX Mokou, L66 EX Kanako

Post-Game Rematch 1

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Mokou, L63 EX Iku, L64 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Mokou, L67 EX Iku, L68 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Mokou, L71 EX Iku, L72 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Iku, L63 EX Kaito, L64 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Iku, L67 EX Kaito, L68 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Iku, L71 EX Kaito, L72 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L62 EX Miku, L61 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Mima, L62 EX Kaito, L63 EX Mokou, L64 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L66 EX Miku, L65 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Mima, L66 EX Kaito, L67 EX Mokou, L68 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L70 EX Miku, L69 EX Keine (N), L71 EX Mima, L70 EX Kaito, L71 EX Mokou, L72 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Post-Game Rematch 2

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Mokou, L72 EX Iku, L73 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Mokou, L77 EX Iku, L78 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Mokou, L82 EX Iku, L83 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Iku, L72 EX Kaito, L73 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Iku, L77 EX Kaito, L78 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Iku, L82 EX Kaito, L83 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L71 EX Miku, L70 EX Keine (N), L72 EX Mima, L71 EX Kaito, L72 EX Mokou, L73 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L76 EX Miku, L75 EX Keine (N), L77 EX Mima, L76 EX Kaito, L77 EX Mokou, L78 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Kaito, L82 EX Mokou, L83 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)

Post-Game Rematch 3

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (A)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Mokou, L82 EX Iku, L83 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Mokou, L87 EX Iku, L88 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Mokou, L92 EX Iku, L93 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (B)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L81 EX Iku, L82 EX Kaito, L83 EX Utsuho (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Iku, L87 EX Kaito, L88 EX Utsuho (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Iku, L92 EX Kaito, L93 EX Utsuho (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer Ricard (M) (C)
L81 EX Miku, L80 EX Keine (N), L82 EX Mima, L83 EX Kaito, L82 EX Mokou, L83 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L86 EX Miku, L85 EX Keine (N), L87 EX Mima, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Mokou, L88 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L91 EX Miku, L90 EX Keine (N), L92 EX Mima, L91 EX Kaito, L92 EX Mokou, L93 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on June 27, 2013, 04:31:57 pm
Here's the final part of the Touhoumon Solar information.

OTHER TRAINERS

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F)
L25 Momiji, L26 Youmu, L27 Tenshi
(Easy Mode)
L28 Momiji, L29 Youmu, L30 Tenshi
(Normal Mode)
L31 Momiji, L32 Youmu, L33 Tenshi
(Challenge Mode)

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Tag Partner)
L28 Momiji, L29 Youmu, L30 Tenshi

Sacred Knight Chelsea (F) (Rematch)
L60 EX Seiga, L60 EX Momiji, L61 EX Youmu, L60 EX Mayu, L61 EX Byakuren, L62 EX Tenshi (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Seiga, L64 EX Momiji, L65 EX Youmu, L64 EX Mayu, L65 EX Byakuren, L66 EX Tenshi (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Seiga, L68 EX Momiji, L69 EX Youmu, L68 EX Mayu, L69 EX Byakuren, L70 EX Tenshi (Challenge Mode)


Scientist Darryl (M)
L25 Utsuho, L26 Nitori, L27 Kanako
(Easy Mode)
L28 Utsuho, L29 Nitori, L30 Kanako
(Normal Mode)
L31 Utsuho, L32 Nitori, L33 Kanako
(Challenge Mode)

Scientist Darryl (M) (Rematch)
L60 Rika, L61 EX Nitori, L60 EX Rikako, L61 EX Eirin, L60 EX Utsuho, L62 EX Kanako (Easy Mode)
L64 Rika, L65 EX Nitori, L64 EX Rikako, L65 EX Eirin, L64 EX Utsuho, L66 EX Kanako (Normal Mode)
L68 Rika, L69 EX Nitori, L68 EX Rikako, L69 EX Eirin, L68 EX Utsuho, L70 EX Kanako (Challenge Mode)


SPECIAL PARTNERS

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Chiyuri, L?? Luka
How the levels of Leia's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), then Leia's Touhous will be at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Leia's Touhous are at L35.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Luka, L?? EX Chiyuri
If you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Leia's Touhous are at L40 and Chiyuri as of this point is also in her EX form.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Chiyuri, L?? EX Luka
If you've obtained the Shade Badge; Leia's Touhous will be at L45 and Luka as of this point is also in her EX form; if you've obtained the Armor Badge, Leia's Touhous are at L50; if it's the post-game, Leia's Touhous are at L60.

Mermaid Leia (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Chiyuri, L50 EX Luka, L50 EX Sanae

Mermaid Leia (F)
L60 EX Chihaya, L61 EX Sanae, L60 EX Futo, L61 EX Chiyuri, L60 EX Luka, L62 EX Mitori (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Chihaya, L65 EX Sanae, L64 EX Futo, L65 EX Chiyuri, L64 EX Luka, L66 EX Mitori (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Chihaya, L69 EX Sanae, L68 EX Futo, L69 EX Chiyuri, L68 EX Luka, L70 EX Mitori (Challenge Mode)


Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Byakuren, L?? Yukari
How the levels of Keira's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), Keira's Touhous will be at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, Keira's Touhous are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, Keira's Touhous are at L40.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Yukari, L?? EX Byakuren
If you've obtained the Shade Badge; Keira's Touhous will be at L45 and Byakuren as of this point is also in her EX form.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Byakuren, L?? EX Yukari
If you've obtained the Armor Badge, Keira's Touhous are at L50 and Yukari as of this point is also in her EX form; if it's the post-game, Keira's Touhous are at L60.

Sleeper Keira (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Byakuren, L50 EX Yukari, L50 Shinki

Sleeper Keira (F)
L60 EX Ran, L61 Shinki, L60 EX Miko, L60 EX Lapis, L61 EX Byakuren, L62 EX Yukari (Easy Mode)
L64 EX Ran, L65 Shinki, L64 EX Miko, L64 EX Lapis, L65 EX Byakuren, L66 EX Yukari (Normal Mode)
L68 EX Ran, L69 Shinki, L68 EX Miko, L68 EX Lapis, L69 EX Byakuren, L70 EX Yukari (Challenge Mode)


Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? Mima, L?? Nue
How the levels of the Witch Princess's Touhous work is that depending on how far you are through the game is how high they are. If you've obtained the Bright Badge (Fleck) or Zombie Badge (Azalea), the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L30; if you've obtained the Yuki Badge, then the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L35; if you've defeated Turiavita at the Nomadic Ruins, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L40; if you've obtained the Shade Badge; the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L45.

Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L?? EX Mima, L?? EX Nue
If you've obtained the Armor Badge, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L50 and both as of this point are also in their EX forms; if it's the post-game, the Witch Princess's Touhous are at L60.

Witch Princess (F) (Tag Partner)
L50 EX Mima, L50 EX Nue, L50 EX Yuka

Witch Princess (F)
L61 EX Mima, L60 EX Yuka, L60 EX Takane, L60 EX Remilia, L61 EX Nue, L62 EX Sasha (Easy Mode)
L65 EX Mima, L64 EX Yuka, L64 EX Takane, L64 EX Remilia, L65 EX Nue, L66 EX Sasha (Normal Mode)
L69 EX Mima, L68 EX Yuka, L68 EX Takane, L68 EX Remilia, L69 EX Nue, L70 EX Sasha (Challenge Mode)


FRONTIER BRAINS

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (1st Battle)
L50 EX Mima, L50 EX Kanako, L50 EX Yumemi

Tower Boss Kurisu (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Kikuri, L50 Kongala, L50 Yuugenma


Factory Head Tenshi (F) (1st Battle)
L50 <Random>, L50 <Random>, L50 <Random>

Factory Head Tenshi (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 <Random>, L50 <Random>, L50 <Random>


Pike Queen Yuno (F) (1st Battle)
L50 EX Sanae, L50 EX Teto, L50 EX Flandre

Pike Queen Yuno (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 EX Sanae, EX Nue, L50 Layla


Arcade Star Sena (1st Battle)
L50 EX Merli, L50 EX Miku, L50 Shinki

Arcade Star Sena (2nd Battle)
L50 EX Merli, L50 EX Haruka, L50 Shingyoku (Orb)


Ship Captain Marika (1st Battle)
L50 EX Chiyuri, L50 EX Lily, EX Kaguya
Note: Due to the rules of the Battle Ship, Marika will only use one of the three Touhous listed above. The Touhou in question tends to be random, but also might go by type advantage.

Ship Captain Marika (2nd Battle)
L50 EX Murasa, EX Byakuren, L50 Shingyoku (Priest)
Note: Due to the rules of the Battle Ship, Marika will only use one of the three Touhous listed above. The Touhou in question tends to be random, but also might go by type advantage.


Net Guild Asuna (F) (1st Battle)
L50 EX Youmu, L50 EX Tenshi, L50 EX Sasha

Net Guild Asuna (F) (2nd Battle)
L50 Youki, L50 EX Miko, L50 Shingyoku (Priestess)


TURIAVITA MEMBERS

Turiavita Grunt Touhous (M)/(F)

Common List
Psychic: CH Reisen, Reisen, CH Koakuma, Koakuma, CH Rikako, Rikako, CH Yuzuki, Yuzuki
Dark: CH Remilia, Remilia, CH Mima, Mima, CH Gengetu, CH Kurumi, Kurumi, CH Yuka
Ghost: CH Miyako, Miyako, CH Rin, Rin, CH Komachi, Komachi, CH Kogasa, Kogasa

Seldom List
Psychic: CH Shinki, Ran, CH Alice, Alice, EX Koakuma, EX Rikako
Dark: CH Sasha, Sasha, Gengetu, Yuka, LilyBlack, EX Kurumi
Ghost: Ghost, CH Tojiko, Tojiko, CH Haku, Haku, EX Komachi

One-Time List
Psychic: EX Reisen, EX Yuzuki, EX Alice, EX Ran, EX Hatate, Hakurei
Dark: EX Remilia, EX Mai, EX Yuka, EX Gengetu, EX LilyBlack, EX Mayu
Ghost: EX Miyako, EX Rin, Youki, EX Kogasa, EX Haku, EX Tojiko


Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (1st Battle)
L22 Keine, L24 Parsee, L23 Futo, L25 Yuugi
(Easy Mode)
L25 Keine, L27 Parsee, L26 Futo, L28 Yuugi
(Normal Mode)
L28 Keine, L30 Parsee, L29 Futo, L31 Yuugi
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (2nd Battle)
L36 Futo, L38 Yuugi, L37 EX Parsee, L39 EX Keine (N)
(Easy Mode)
L39 Futo, L41 Yuugi, L40 EX Parsee, L42 EX Keine (N)
(Normal Mode)
L42 Futo, L44 Yuugi, L43 EX Parsee, L45 EX Keine (N)
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (3rd Battle)
L40 EX Keine (N), L41 EX Kanako, L40 EX Parsee, L41 EX Futo, L42 EX Yuugi
(Easy Mode)
L44 EX Keine (N), L45 EX Kanako, L44 EX Parsee, L45 EX Futo, L46 EX Yuugi
(Normal Mode)
L48 EX Keine (N), L49 EX Kanako, L48 EX Parsee, L49 EX Futo, L50 EX Yuugi
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Agent Karasu (M) (4th Battle)
L58 EX Keine (N), L59 EX Kanako, L58 EX Parsee, L59 EX Futo, L60 EX Yuugi
(Easy Mode)
L62 EX Keine (N), L63 EX Kanako, L62 EX Parsee, L63 EX Futo, L64 EX Yuugi
(Normal Mode)
L66 EX Keine (N), L67 EX Kanako, L66 EX Parsee, L67 EX Futo, L68 EX Yuugi
(Challenge Mode)


Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (1st Battle)
L17 CH Iori, L18 Yamame, L17 CH Koishi, L18 Medecine
(Easy Mode)
L19 CH Iori, L20 Yamame, L19 CH Koishi, L20 Medecine
(Normal Mode)
L21 CH Iori, L22 Yamame, L21 CH Koishi, L22 Medecine
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (2nd Battle)
L30 Iori, L29 Medecine, L29 Yamame, L30 Youmu, L31 Koishi
(Easy Mode)
L33 Iori, L32 Medecine, L32 Yamame, L33 Youmu, L34 Koishi
(Normal Mode)
L36 Iori, L35 Medecine, L35 Yamame, L36 Youmu, L37 Koishi
(Challenge Mode)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Grunt (F)
L30 Remilia
(Easy Mode)
L33 Remilia
(Normal Mode)
L36 Remilia
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (3rd Battle)
L41 EX Iori, L40 EX Medecine, L40 EX Yamame, L41 EX Youmu, L42 EX Koishi
(Easy Mode)
L45 EX Iori, L44 EX Medecine, L44 EX Yamame, L45 EX Youmu, L46 EX Koishi
(Normal Mode)
L49 EX Iori, L48 EX Medecine, L48 EX Yamame, L49 EX Youmu, L50 EX Koishi
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Project R.I.F.F.A (F) (4th Battle)
L59 EX Iori, L58 EX Medecine, L58 EX Yamame, L59 EX Youmu, L60 EX Koishi
(Easy Mode)
L63 EX Iori, L62 EX Medecine, L62 EX Yamame, L63 EX Youmu, L64 EX Koishi
(Normal Mode)
L67 EX Iori, L66 EX Medecine, L66 EX Yamame, L67 EX Youmu, L68 EX Koishi
(Challenge Mode)


Turiavita Chihaya (F) (1st Battle)
L19 CH VIVIT, L21 IA, L20 Patchouli, L22 Chihaya
(Easy Mode)
L21 CH VIVIT, L23 IA, L22 Patchouli, L24 Chihaya
(Normal Mode)
L23 CH VIVIT, L25 IA, L24 Patchouli, L26 Chihaya
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (2nd Battle)
L33 Satsuki, L34 VIVIT, L34 EX IA, L33 EX Patchouli, L35 EX Chihaya
(Easy Mode)
L36 Satsuki, L37 VIVIT, L37 EX IA, L36 EX Patchouli, L38 EX Chihaya
(Normal Mode)
L39 Satsuki, L40 VIVIT, L40 EX IA, L39 EX Patchouli, L41 EX Chihaya
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (3rd Battle)
L42 EX Patchouli, L43 EX Satsuki, L44 EX Chihaya
(Easy Mode)
L46 EX Patchouli, L47 EX Satsuki, L48 EX Chihaya
(Normal Mode)
L50 EX Patchouli, L51 EX Satsuki, L52 EX Chihaya
(Challenge Mode)
Tag Battle w/Turiavita Spy Yukiho (F)
L42 EX Nitori, L43 EX Yukiho, L44 EX Kasen
(Easy Mode)
L46 EX Nitori, L47 EX Yukiho, L48 EX Kasen
(Normal Mode)
L50 EX Nitori, L51 EX Yukiho, L52 EX Kasen
(Challenge Mode)

Turiavita Chihaya (F) (Final)
L52 Solares, L50 EX Sanae, L51 EX Marisa, L50 EX Tenshi, L50 EX Miko, L51 AV Cirno (Easy Mode)
L56 Solares, L54 EX Sanae, L55 EX Marisa, L54 EX Tenshi, L54 EX Miko, L55 AV Cirno (Normal Mode)
L60 Solares, L58 EX Sanae, L59 EX Marisa, L58 EX Tenshi, L58 EX Miko, L59 AV Cirno (Challenge Mode)


Turiavita Master Del Donna (F)
L52 EX Suika, L53 EX Yuyuko, L52 EX Shou, L53 EX Mitori, L52 EX Shikieiki, L54 EX Flandre (Easy Mode)
L56 EX Suika, L57 EX Yuyuko, L56 EX Shou, L57 EX Mitori, L56 EX Shikieiki, L58 EX Flandre (Normal Mode)
L60 EX Suika, L61 EX Yuyuko, L60 EX Shou, L61 EX Mitori, L60 EX Shikieiki, L62 LW Flandre (Challenge Mode)


N

Pokémon Trainer N (M)
L83 LW Sanae, L82 EX Suwako, L81 EX Luka, L81 EX Iku, L82 EX Kanako, L81 EX Nitori (Spring Only) (Easy Mode)
L88 LW Sanae, L87 EX Suwako, L86 EX Luka, L86 EX Iku, L87 EX Kanako, L86 EX Nitori (Spring Only) (Normal Mode)
L93 LW Sanae, L92 EX Suwako, L91 EX Luka, L91 EX Iku, L92 EX Kanako, L91 EX Nitori (Spring Only) (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer N (M)
L83 LW Mokou, L82 EX Utsuho, L81 EX Marisa, L82 EX Yuka, L81 EX Satsuki, L81 EX Meiko (Summer Only) (Easy Mode)
L88 LW Mokou, L87 EX Utsuho, L86 EX Marisa, L87 EX Yuka, L86 EX Satsuki, L86 EX Meiko (Summer Only) (Normal Mode)
L93 LW Mokou, L92 EX Utsuho, L91 EX Marisa, L92 EX Yuka, L91 EX Satsuki, L91 EX Meiko (Summer Only) (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer N (M)
L83 LW Chen, L81 EX Hibiki, L81 EX Keine (H), L81 EX Youmu, L82 EX Suika, L82 EX Tenshi (Fall Only) (Easy Mode)
L88 LW Chen, L86 EX Hibiki, L86 EX Keine (H), L86 EX Youmu, L87 EX Suika, L87 EX Tenshi (Fall Only) (Normal Mode)
L93 LW Chen, L91 EX Hibiki, L91 EX Keine (H), L91 EX Youmu, L92 EX Suika, L92 EX Tenshi (Fall Only) (Challenge Mode)

Pokémon Trainer N (M)
L83 LW Cirno, L81 EX Letty, L82 Inu-Sakuya, L81 EX Yukiho, L82 EX Lolice, L81 EX Yumemi (Winter Only) (Easy Mode)
L88 LW Cirno, L86 EX Letty, L87 Inu-Sakuya, L86 EX Yukiho, L87 EX Lolice, L86 EX Yumemi (Winter Only) (Normal Mode)
L93 LW Cirno, L91 EX Letty, L92 Inu-Sakuya, L91 EX Yukiho, L92 EX Lolice, L91 EX Yumemi (Winter Only) (Challenge Mode)


TOUHOU TRAINERS

Ace Trainer Easter (F)
L80 Hakurei, L81 Genji, L81 Rika, L82 EX Meira, L82 Kirisame, L83 EX Mima (Easy Mode)
L85 Hakurei, L86 Genji, L86 Rika, L87 EX Meira, L87 Kirisame, L88 EX Mima (Normal Mode)
L90 Hakurei, L91 Genji, L91 Rika, L92 EX Meira, L92 Kirisame, L93 EX Mima (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Dimps (M)
L80 EX Ellen, L81 EX Kotohime, L81 EX Kana, L82 EX Rikako, L82 EX Chiyuri, L83 EX Yumemi (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Ellen, L86 EX Kotohime, L86 EX Kana, L87 EX Rikako, L87 EX Chiyuri, L88 EX Yumemi (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Ellen, L81 EX Kotohime, L81 EX Kana, L92 EX Rikako, L92 EX Chiyuri, L93 EX Yumemi (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Lotus (F)
L80 EX Orange, L81 EX Kurumi, L81 EX Elly, L82 EX Yuka, L82 EX Mugetu, L83 EX Gengetu (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Orange, L86 EX Kurumi, L86 EX Elly, L87 EX Yuka, L87 EX Mugetu, L88 EX Gengetu (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Orange, L91 EX Kurumi, L91 EX Elly, L92 EX Yuka, L92 EX Mugetu, L93 EX Gengetu (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Mystic (M)
L80 EX Sara, L81 EX Luize, L81 EX Yuki, L82 EX Mai, L82 EX Yumenko, L83 Shinki (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Sara, L86 EX Luize, L86 EX Yuki, L87 EX Mai, L87 EX Yumenko, L88 Shinki (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Sara, L91 EX Luize, L91 EX Yuki, L92 EX Mai, L92 EX Yumenko, L93 Shinki (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Scarlet (F)
L80 EX Meiling, L81 EX Koakuma, L81 EX Patchouli, L82 EX Sakuya, L82 EX Remilia, L83 EX Flandre (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Meiling, L86 EX Koakuma, L86 EX Patchouli, L87 EX Sakuya, L87 EX Remilia, L88 EX Flandre (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Meiling, L91 EX Koakuma, L91 EX Patchouli, L92 EX Sakuya, L92 EX Remilia, L93 EX Flandre (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Cherry (F)
L80 EX Alice, L81 EX Youmu, L81 EX Yuyuko, L82 EX Chen, L82 EX Ran, L83 EX Yukari (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Alice, L86 EX Youmu, L86 EX Yuyuko, L87 EX Chen, L87 EX Ran, L88 EX Yukari (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Alice, L91 EX Youmu, L91 EX Yuyuko, L92 EX Chen, L92 EX Ran, L93 EX Yukari (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Parish (M)
L80 EX Tewi, L81 EX Reisen, L81 EX Eirin, L82 EX Kaguya, L82 EX Keine (H), L83 EX Mokou (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Tewi, L86 EX Reisen, L86 EX Eirin, L87 EX Kaguya, L87 EX Keine (H), L88 EX Mokou (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Tewi, L91 EX Reisen, L91 EX Eirin, L92 EX Kaguya, L92 EX Keine (H), L93 EX Mokou (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Phantasm (M)
L80 EX Cirno, L81 EX Aya, L81 EX Medecine, L82 EX Yuka, L82 EX Komachi, L83 EX Shikieiki (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Cirno, L86 EX Aya, L86 EX Medecine, L87 EX Yuka, L87 EX Komachi, L88 EX Shikieiki (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Cirno, L91 EX Aya, L91 EX Medecine, L92 EX Yuka, L92 EX Komachi, L93 EX Shikieiki (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Faith (F)
L80 EX Nitori, L81 EX Hina, L81 EX Momiji, L82 EX Sanae, L82 EX Kanako, L83 EX Suwako (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Nitori, L86 EX Hina, L86 EX Momiji, L87 EX Sanae, L87 EX Kanako, L88 EX Suwako (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Nitori, L91 EX Hina, L91 EX Momiji, L92 EX Sanae, L92 EX Kanako, L93 EX Suwako (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Annie (F)
L80 EX Parsee, L81 EX Yuugi, L81 EX Satori, L82 EX Rin, L82 EX Utsuho, L83 EX Koishi (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Parsee, L86 EX Yuugi, L86 EX Satori, L87 EX Rin, L87 EX Utsuho, L88 EX Koishi (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Parsee, L91 EX Yuugi, L91 EX Satori, L92 EX Rin, L92 EX Utsuho, L93 EX Koishi (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Fantasio (M)
L80 EX Kogasa, L81 EX Ichirin, L81 EX Murasa, L82 EX Shou, L82 EX Byakuren, L83 EX Nue (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Kogasa, L86 EX Ichirin, L86 EX Murasa, L87 EX Shou, L87 EX Byakuren, L88 EX Nue (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Kogasa, L91 EX Ichirin, L91 EX Murasa, L92 EX Shou, L92 EX Byakuren, L93 EX Nue (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Desiree (F)
L80 EX Miyako, L81 EX Seiga, L81 EX Tojiko, L82 EX Futo, L82 EX Miko, L83 EX Mamizou (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Miyako, L86 EX Seiga, L86 EX Tojiko, L87 EX Futo, L87 EX Miko, L88 EX Mamizou (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Miyako, L91 EX Seiga, L91 EX Tojiko, L92 EX Futo, L92 EX Miko, L93 EX Mamizou (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Fairio (M)
L80 EX Sunnymilk, L81 EX Star S., L81 EX Lunachild, L82 EX LilyWhite, L82 EX LilyBlack, L83 EX Daichan (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Sunnymilk, L86 EX Star S., L86 EX Lunachild, L87 EX LilyWhite, L87 EX LilyBlack, L88 EX Daichan (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Sunnymilk, L91 EX Star S., L91 EX Lunachild, L92 EX LilyWhite, L92 EX LilyBlack, L93 EX Daichan (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Law (M)
L80 EX Suika, L81 EX Iku, L81 EX Tenshi, L82 EX Hatate, L82 EX Kasen, L83 EX Satsuki (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Suika, L86 EX Iku, L86 EX Tenshi, L87 EX Hatate, L87 EX Kasen, L88 EX Satsuki (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Suika, L91 EX Iku, L91 EX Tenshi, L92 EX Hatate, L92 EX Kasen, L93 EX Satsuki (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Perfeco (M)
L80 EX Marisa, L81 EX Ai, L81 EX Haruka, L82 EX Yayoi, L82 EX Makoto, L83 EX Hibiki (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Marisa, L86 EX Ai, L86 EX Haruka, L87 EX Yayoi, L87 EX Makoto, L88 EX Hibiki (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Marisa, L91 EX Ai, L91 EX Haruka, L92 EX Yayoi, L92 EX Makoto, L93 EX Hibiki (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Wander (M)
L80 EX Eri, L81 EX Ami, L81 EX Mami, L82 EX Iori, L82 EX Yukiho, L83 EX Takane (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Eri, L86 EX Ami, L86 EX Mami, L87 EX Iori, L87 EX Yukiho, L88 EX Takane (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Eri, L91 EX Ami, L91 EX Mami, L92 EX Iori, L92 EX Yukiho, L93 EX Takane (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Missy (F)
L80 EX Reimu, L81 EX Ryo, L81 EX Chihaya, L82 EX Azusa, L82 EX Ritsuko, L83 EX Miki (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Reimu, L86 EX Ryo, L86 EX Chihaya, L87 EX Azusa, L87 EX Ritsuko, L88 EX Miki (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Reimu, L91 EX Ryo, L91 EX Chihaya, L92 EX Azusa, L92 EX Ritsuko, L93 EX Miki (Challenge Mode)

Ace Trainer Vocalia (F)
L80 EX Luka, L81 EX Meiko, L81 EX Kaito, L82 EX Len K., L82 EX Rin K., L83 EX Miku (Easy Mode)
L85 EX Luka, L86 EX Meiko, L86 EX Kaito, L87 EX Len K., L87 EX Rin K., L88 EX Miku (Normal Mode)
L90 EX Luka, L91 EX Meiko, L91 EX Kaito, L92 EX Len K., L92 EX Rin K., L93 EX Miku (Challenge Mode)
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Amazing_Grace on January 04, 2014, 01:35:12 am
OK, so, it's been ages since anyone was here, but I'm brand new, and...
Let me just say somthing,

Seriously, I would LOVE to play this game. I can tell you're putting a lot of effort into it, and I'm a DIE-HARD Xenoglossia FANATIC, in all honesty, so having Turiavita as the main villains? Yes please!

So, with that said, if you ever see this, please let me know when you get around to actually making this a playable game, because I will play it. Seriously.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Sunflorazumarill on January 05, 2014, 03:31:35 pm
OK, so, it's been ages since anyone was here, but I'm brand new, and...
Let me just say somthing,

Seriously, I would LOVE to play this game. I can tell you're putting a lot of effort into it, and I'm a DIE-HARD Xenoglossia FANATIC, in all honesty, so having Turiavita as the main villains? Yes please!

So, with that said, if you ever see this, please let me know when you get around to actually making this a playable game, because I will play it. Seriously.

Thanks for the comment. I'm currently working on another such project called Pokémon Infinite and Zero. In due time, that should be ready as well.
Title: Re: Pokemon Flora and Azure
Post by: Amazing_Grace on January 05, 2014, 07:12:02 pm
Thanks for the comment. I'm currently working on another such project called Pokémon Infinite and Zero. In due time, that should be ready as well.

You're welcome! Are Infinite and Zero going to be kinda crossover-y too? (I am very aware that "crossover-y" is not a real word.)