Wikia

Pokémon Wiki

Gamemaxter

aka Maxter

39 Edits since joining this wiki
October 1, 2012
  • I live in Somewhere with a ceiling where I usually sign things with a <:)|= on Talk/Message Pages since February 16, 2013 at 9:55:21:##
  • My occupation is Looking up at the ceiling
  • I am saying, "Flattery won`t get you anywhere, and insults will not get you anywhere either," in bird talk.
(Difference between revisions) |
2
User talk:Gamemaxter
 
(9 intermediate revisions by one user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{CharacterBox
+
(I`m not sure if this is legal to be put on my user page, so kindly warn me if it isn`t)
|name = Gamemaxter
+
Since I can`t find a fan-fiction Pokémon wiki that won`t make everything I make on that wiki on this wiki (long story) and I don`t want to make one, I thought I would make it on my user page alone. First, here`s a new game idea.
|image = [[File:Wildvine.jpg|thumb]]|jname = ゲームマックスTER (Game Max TER)
+
='''Pokémon Sharp Diamond & Round Pearl'''=
|age = Unknown
+
It`s a sequel to [[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Version|Pokémon Diamond & Pearl]] and [[Pokémon Platinum]] that includes the same starters as its previous versions. The plot is generally more serious and is more Anime-like.
|hometown = Cherrygrove City
+
==Returns==
|region = All
+
===[[Battle Frontier]]===
|family = Ricky (Grandson; hero of Black and Black 2 Versions; Alternate Timeline),<br> Mai (Daughter; mother of Ricky; Alternate Timeline)<br>
+
The [[Battle Frontier]] returns with some changes. First of all, now that [[Catlin]] is of the [[Unova Elite Four]], the [[Battle Castle]] is replaced with a form of the [[Battle Chateau]] from [[Kalos]]. This version includes a physical resemblance to the [[Battle Castle]] on the exterior, but a Battle Chateau resemblance inside. Every battle earns a CP, like in any [[Battle Castle]] challenge. The difference is, however, your rank changes like [[Battle Chateau|Kalos`s version]] depending on the seven battles won. Similarly to the former Battle Castle, 20 consecutive wins earns your 21st match one with [[Darach]] (he should still work there). If that match is won, your rank upgrades, and, 27 additional consecutive wins later earns your 49th match (total) one with a [[Darach]] with stronger Pokémon. Winning this earns you a commemorative Gold Print like before. The second big change is that all the Pokémon you see throughout the [[Battle Frontier]] is counted in the seen part of the [[PokeDex|Pokédex]], making it relatively easier to complete.
|class = Grandfather of 'Unova`s Young Champion'
+
===Being with Pokémon===
|friends = Pokemon
+
To make it more interesting, you can interact with your Pokémon more. Pokémon now have "out of battle" stats, such as "Hunger" and "Fatigue" to make you pay attention to your Pokémon. Similarly, the player now gains these stats. If a Pokémon's stats rise, the Pokémon disappears or is under the Sleep condition or knocked out. If the trainer does, all data is erased from either your last saved adventure or since the start of the game.
|firstappear = Pokemon Platinum Version
+
|voiceact = Voice actor:}}
+
Ways to check these stats are in Summary and [[Pokemon-Amie|Pokémon Amie]] (for Pokémon) and Trainer Card (for the player). They are measured similarly to the [[Pokeathlon Dome|Pokéathlon]] Preformance stats, with five large stars as the maximum and one little star as the minimum (and everything in between).
  +
  +
You can walk with any Pokémon anywhere, like [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Versions]]; but you can walk with as many as you want now (ofcourse, the boundaries apply in these games as in [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]). Similar things can happen if water. If a Pokémon can learn Surf through leveling up or the HM, they can follow you as you swim, similar to if you were walking.
  +
  +
If Pokémon are small and enough lightweight, you can carry them (the maximum is 0.3 meters). Likewise, a medium-sized or large Pokémon could carry you. If a Pokémon has a quadrupled body, like [[Gogoat]] in [[Pokémon X & Y|Pokémon X and Y]], you can ride it on land (and control where it`s going).
  +
====[[Pokemon-Amie|Pokémon Amie]]====
  +
Yes, Pokémon Amie returns with slight changes. In [[Pokémon X & Y|X and Y]], the background was a grassy field no matter where you were; but now it adapts to the environment. If you`re in a cave, the background is a cave, etc. Pokémon Amie can be accessed by talking to a Pokémon walking with you. If you`re walking with multiple Pokémon, they all are in Pokémon Amie. There are still the same minigames as before, but if you`re walking with more than three, the three in the minigames are randomly chosen. [[Poffin|Poffins]] and Pokémon Food are grouped with PokéPuffs as treats in [[Pokemon-Amie]].
  +
==Graphics==
  +
The game has the 3D graphics of [[Pokémon X & Y|Pokémon X and Y]] and appears more realistic.
  +
===Battle Scenes===
  +
In the battle scenes, you play as your active Pokémon with separate controls outside of battle. The controls are as follows:
  +
*Arrow Keys (+)/Gray Circle near it (O) = Move
  +
*X = Jump (if a Pokémon with Levitate, a Flying-type, or a [[Magnezone]] or its [[Magnemite|pre-]][[Magneton|evolved]] forms, hold X to make it fly)
  +
*SELECT/A = Chose Attack
  +
*B = Switch
  +
*Y = Attack
  +
==Pokémon==
  +
There are new Pokémon added in the [[PokeDex|Pokédex]].
  +
===Sinnoh Pokédex===
  +
* [[MISSINGNO.]] (with ability: [[Early Bird]] and type: [in first form] ???, Bird [in ghost form] ???, Ghost [in skeletal [[Aerodactyl]] form] ???, Rock [in skeletal [[Kabutops]] form] ???, Bug [in the form introduced in [[Pokémon Black & White Version|Black and White]]] ???)
  +
* [['M]] (with ability: Swap [an ability that explains its characteristics, of {possibly} switching its places with a [[Rhydon]] or [[Ditto]]] and type: ???)
  +
* [['r 'r 4]] (with ability: [[Illusion]] and type: Fighting, ???)
  +
* [[-PkMn]] (with ability: [[Magnet Pull]], [[Sturdy]] and type: ???)
  +
* [[44Hy]] (with ability: [[Illuminate]], [[Natural Cure]] and type: Water, ???)
  +
* [[Q]] (evolved form of [[44Hy]] obtained by reaching Level 6, with ability: [[Illuminate]], [[Natural Cure]] and type: Water, ???)
  +
* [[Charizard 'M]] (evolved form of [[Q]] obtained by a trade, with ability: [[Blaze]] and type: Fire, ???)
  +
* [[7g]] (with ability: [[Water Absorb]], [[Damp]] and type: Water, ???)
  +
* [[A]] (with ability: Glitch Form [explaining how [[A (lowercase)]] and [[A (Glitch Pokémon)|A (uppercase)]] exist--as the same Pokémon in different forms] and type: [in [[A (Glitch Pokémon)|A (uppercase)]] form] Normal, ??? [in [[A (lowercase)|a]] form] Water, ???)
  +
* [[B óË ÁN|B oe AN]] (with ability: [[Static]], [[Wonder Guard]] and type: ???)
  +
* [[Bad EGG]] (with ability: Inexperienced [an ability preventing it to enter a Trainer Battle, but a small chance of an Arceus holding a Glitch Plate {making it a [[DPBox]]}] and type: ???)
  +
* [[H POKé]] (with ability: [[Levitate]] and type: Electric, ???)
  +
* [[♀.]] (with ability: [[Cute Charm]] and type: ???, Fairy)
  +
* [[ゥ|Chiisai-u]] (with ability: [[Keen Eye]] and type: ???, Ground)
  +
* [[Spearow]]
  +
* [[Fearow]]
  +
* [[Turtwig]]
  +
* [[Grotle]]
  +
* [[Torterra]]
  +
* [[Chimchar]]
  +
* [[Monferno]]
  +
* [[Infernape]]
  +
* [[Piplup]]
  +
* [[Prinplup]]
  +
* [[Empoleon]]
  +
* [[??????????|Decamark]]
  +
* [[Onix]]
  +
* [[Crystal Onix]]
  +
* [[Steelix]]
  +
* [[Shellder]]
  +
* Shellbro (with ability: [[Oblivious]], [[Own Tempo]] and type: Water, Psychic)
  +
* [[Slowbro]]
  +
* Shellking (with ability: [[Oblivious]], [[Own Tempo]] and type: Water, Psychic)
  +
* [[Slowking]]
  +
* [[Cloyster]]
  +
* [[Gastly]]
  +
* [[Haunter]]
  +
* [[Black Fog]] (the second evolved form of [[Haunter]] obtained by walking with six different Ghost-type Pokémon at once in [[Lost Tower]], with ability: Soul Eater [an ability that makes all Ghost-types against it are immediately knocked out] and type: Ghost, Poison)
  +
* [[Gengar]]
  +
* [[3TrainerPoké]] (evolved form of [['M]] obtained by a trade, with ability: [[Early Bird]], [[Scrappy]] and type: Normal, ???)
  +
* [[Kangaskhan]]
  +
* [[LM4]] (with ability: Multivolve [explaining its ability to evolve into a [[Kangaskhan]], [[Clefairy]], [[Nidoking]], or [[Abra]]] and type: Water, ???)
  +
* [[Clefairy]]
  +
* [[Clefable]]
  +
* [[Nidoking]]
  +
* [[Abra]]
  +
* [[Kadabra]]
  +
* [[Alakazam]]
  +
* [[P PKMN P]] (with ability: Steal [an ability that lets the user select a random item of the player`s bag as its held item] and type: ???, Poison)
  +
* [[Snorlax]]
  +
* [[Dialga]]
  +
* [[Palkia]]
  +
* [[Dialkia]] (a merged form of [[Dialga]] and [[Palkia]] through use of the DNA Splicers (Sharp Diamond) or DNA Splicers (Round Pearl) with ability: [if DNA Splicers (Sharp Diamond) was used] [[Thick Fat]] [if DNA Splicers (Round Pearl) was used] [[Serene Grace]] and type: DNA Splicers (Sharp Diamond) was used] Steel, Dragon [if DNA Splicers (Round Pearl) was used] Water, Dragon)
  +
*More to come!
  +
===???-type===
  +
??? is now an official type, introducing [[MISSINGNO.]] and many others as official "Pokémon". This reinstates [[Curse]] as a ???-type move as well as [[Struggle]]. All unusual/harmful things of ???-types have been deleted (unless to be an excuse for an ability). New Glitch moves are also this type. Those moves have unlimited PP (apart from Curse, with 10 PP). Those moves are the following:
  +
*Struggle (Attack: 50, Accuracy: --, Kind: Physical, Range: Random Opponent, Effect: User takes recoil of a quarter of its maximum HP)
  +
*Super Glitch (Attack: --, Accuracy: --, Kind: Status, Range: Both Sides, Effect: Raises all the users stats by one, makes the battle an inverse battle)
  +
*ALLCharizard (Attack: --, Accuracy: --, Kind: Status, Range: Both Sides, Effect: Nothing Happens)
  +
*TM25 (Attack: --, Accuracy: 30, Kind: Status, Range: Varies, Effect: Either the battle ends with the player as the victor, the battle ends with the player as the loser, a randomized number of the foe`s Pokémon are knocked out or fully healed, or likewise with your Pokémon)
  +
All ???-types are neutral (apart from [[♀.]], a guaranteed female)
  +
===Evolution===
  +
There are different ways to evolve Pokémon. However, a convenient thing has been added to speed the evolution, which is no more leveling up. What I mean is, if your [[Eevee]] obtains two hearts in Pokémon-Amie (which returns,) and knows at least one Fairy-type move, it evolves into [[Sylveon]] without the need of leveling up. Another example is, in battle, if an Eevee is walking with you on Route 217, it evolves into [[Glaceon]] even if you don`t level it up. The other one is, if you level up a [[Spearow]] to Level 20 in battle, it evolves in battle.
  +
  +
New evolution methods are introduced (and replace the old ones) as follows+:
  +
*To evolve a [[Magnemite]], have two other [[Magnemite]] in your party at [[Mt. Coronet]], so they all fuse into [[Magneton]].
  +
*To evolve a [[Beldum]], have another [[Beldum]] to evolve into [[Metang]] at [[Mt. Coronet]].
  +
**This works similarly to evolve a [[Metang]], have one more [[Metang]], with you at [[Mt. Coronet]]; and they evolve into [[Metagross]].
  +
*To evolve a [[Pancham]], walk with one and a Dark-type Pokémon
  +
*To evolve an [[Inkay]], walk with one at evening or nighttime in the Distortion World.
  +
*To evolve [[Tyrunt]], walk with one during the afternoon.
  +
*To evolve [[Amaura]], walk with one during the evening, night, or late night.
  +
*To evolve a [[Sliggoo]], walk with one in an area while it`s raining
  +
<sub>+These do not include evolutions that now exclude leveling up.</sub>
  +
====Mega Evolution====
  +
Mega Evolution returns and includes all the Mega Evolutions since [[Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire|ORAS]]. The following are the ones so far:
  +
*Mega [[Bisharp]] (obtained with Bisharpite, with ability: [[Levitate]] and type: Dark, Steel)
  +
  +
More details will come as I think of them.
  +
[[Category:Users]]

Latest revision as of 21:48, August 28, 2014

(I`m not sure if this is legal to be put on my user page, so kindly warn me if it isn`t) Since I can`t find a fan-fiction Pokémon wiki that won`t make everything I make on that wiki on this wiki (long story) and I don`t want to make one, I thought I would make it on my user page alone. First, here`s a new game idea.

Pokémon Sharp Diamond & Round PearlEdit

It`s a sequel to Pokémon Diamond & Pearl and Pokémon Platinum that includes the same starters as its previous versions. The plot is generally more serious and is more Anime-like.

ReturnsEdit

Battle FrontierEdit

The Battle Frontier returns with some changes. First of all, now that Catlin is of the Unova Elite Four, the Battle Castle is replaced with a form of the Battle Chateau from Kalos. This version includes a physical resemblance to the Battle Castle on the exterior, but a Battle Chateau resemblance inside. Every battle earns a CP, like in any Battle Castle challenge. The difference is, however, your rank changes like Kalos`s version depending on the seven battles won. Similarly to the former Battle Castle, 20 consecutive wins earns your 21st match one with Darach (he should still work there). If that match is won, your rank upgrades, and, 27 additional consecutive wins later earns your 49th match (total) one with a Darach with stronger Pokémon. Winning this earns you a commemorative Gold Print like before. The second big change is that all the Pokémon you see throughout the Battle Frontier is counted in the seen part of the Pokédex, making it relatively easier to complete.

Being with PokémonEdit

To make it more interesting, you can interact with your Pokémon more. Pokémon now have "out of battle" stats, such as "Hunger" and "Fatigue" to make you pay attention to your Pokémon. Similarly, the player now gains these stats. If a Pokémon's stats rise, the Pokémon disappears or is under the Sleep condition or knocked out. If the trainer does, all data is erased from either your last saved adventure or since the start of the game.

Ways to check these stats are in Summary and Pokémon Amie (for Pokémon) and Trainer Card (for the player). They are measured similarly to the Pokéathlon Preformance stats, with five large stars as the maximum and one little star as the minimum (and everything in between).

You can walk with any Pokémon anywhere, like Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Versions; but you can walk with as many as you want now (ofcourse, the boundaries apply in these games as in HeartGold and SoulSilver). Similar things can happen if water. If a Pokémon can learn Surf through leveling up or the HM, they can follow you as you swim, similar to if you were walking.

If Pokémon are small and enough lightweight, you can carry them (the maximum is 0.3 meters). Likewise, a medium-sized or large Pokémon could carry you. If a Pokémon has a quadrupled body, like Gogoat in Pokémon X and Y, you can ride it on land (and control where it`s going).

Pokémon AmieEdit

Yes, Pokémon Amie returns with slight changes. In X and Y, the background was a grassy field no matter where you were; but now it adapts to the environment. If you`re in a cave, the background is a cave, etc. Pokémon Amie can be accessed by talking to a Pokémon walking with you. If you`re walking with multiple Pokémon, they all are in Pokémon Amie. There are still the same minigames as before, but if you`re walking with more than three, the three in the minigames are randomly chosen. Poffins and Pokémon Food are grouped with PokéPuffs as treats in Pokemon-Amie.

GraphicsEdit

The game has the 3D graphics of Pokémon X and Y and appears more realistic.

Battle ScenesEdit

In the battle scenes, you play as your active Pokémon with separate controls outside of battle. The controls are as follows:

  • Arrow Keys (+)/Gray Circle near it (O) = Move
  • X = Jump (if a Pokémon with Levitate, a Flying-type, or a Magnezone or its pre-evolved forms, hold X to make it fly)
  • SELECT/A = Chose Attack
  • B = Switch
  • Y = Attack

PokémonEdit

There are new Pokémon added in the Pokédex.

Sinnoh PokédexEdit

???-typeEdit

??? is now an official type, introducing MISSINGNO. and many others as official "Pokémon". This reinstates Curse as a ???-type move as well as Struggle. All unusual/harmful things of ???-types have been deleted (unless to be an excuse for an ability). New Glitch moves are also this type. Those moves have unlimited PP (apart from Curse, with 10 PP). Those moves are the following:

  • Struggle (Attack: 50, Accuracy: --, Kind: Physical, Range: Random Opponent, Effect: User takes recoil of a quarter of its maximum HP)
  • Super Glitch (Attack: --, Accuracy: --, Kind: Status, Range: Both Sides, Effect: Raises all the users stats by one, makes the battle an inverse battle)
  • ALLCharizard (Attack: --, Accuracy: --, Kind: Status, Range: Both Sides, Effect: Nothing Happens)
  • TM25 (Attack: --, Accuracy: 30, Kind: Status, Range: Varies, Effect: Either the battle ends with the player as the victor, the battle ends with the player as the loser, a randomized number of the foe`s Pokémon are knocked out or fully healed, or likewise with your Pokémon)

All ???-types are neutral (apart from ♀., a guaranteed female)

EvolutionEdit

There are different ways to evolve Pokémon. However, a convenient thing has been added to speed the evolution, which is no more leveling up. What I mean is, if your Eevee obtains two hearts in Pokémon-Amie (which returns,) and knows at least one Fairy-type move, it evolves into Sylveon without the need of leveling up. Another example is, in battle, if an Eevee is walking with you on Route 217, it evolves into Glaceon even if you don`t level it up. The other one is, if you level up a Spearow to Level 20 in battle, it evolves in battle.

New evolution methods are introduced (and replace the old ones) as follows+:

+These do not include evolutions that now exclude leveling up.

Mega EvolutionEdit

Mega Evolution returns and includes all the Mega Evolutions since ORAS. The following are the ones so far:

  • Mega Bisharp (obtained with Bisharpite, with ability: Levitate and type: Dark, Steel)

More details will come as I think of them.

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki