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Featherdust
05-04-2007, 12:43 AM
Hear the sound of the pouring rain
Coming down like an Armageddon flame.
The shame, the ones who died without a name.

Hear the dogs howling out of key
To a hymn called "Faith and Misery"
And bleed, the company lost the war today.

I beg to dream and differ from those hollow lies.
This is the dawning of the rest of our lives.


Although most trainers are familiar with contests and gym battles, there yet another side of the story - the rouge trainers who take a different path, may it be Pokemon breeding, rare Pokemon hunting, Pokemon racing or one of the many other fields. One particular group, the Codebreakers, specialize in the study of what Pokemon truly are - their types, their evolutions, and their power. They race the globe in order to track down as many shiny and powerful Pokemon as possible and study them. Their battle tactics are outside the common realm, gaining the upper hand not by super-training their Pokemon but playing interrupts and not only making sure that the other Pokemon cannot hurt them, but that the opponent's Pokemon is unable to even attack. Because their style of battling is considered "cheating," you'd have to track one down to see their style. Good luck, though.

Over the history of their group many people have branched out in pursuit of power or riches, such as Giovanni, only to eventually fail. However a new breed of enemy has grown out of the group called the Doomhounds, primarily dark and steel-type users who seize cities, raid them, and then leave in a blur. Most common trainers fall pathetically short of defeating them and instead find themselves without money or items rather quickly. Suddenly the Doomhounds began to use what are called "Black Angel" PokeBalls that capture the energy of wild and privately-owned Pokemon and using it to strengthen their own Pokemon, similar to that of the Galactic organization before them. However, these are different - the Pokemon's power is reduced to the meanest amount to the point where they cannot even fight. The group's intentions - to capture the most powerful Pokemon by using these PokeBalls and rule the world.

However hare-brained this scheme may sound, it's working. Now your only choice is to fight against the team as long as you can and take down as many as you can before you are eventually felled or the organization is ripped apart. So - are you ready to join us?

Rules:

1. Your team is influenced by what side you are. Codebreakers have rare and powerful Pokemon but when push comes to shove are generally weaker and have much less Pokemon. Doomhounds have primarily steel and dark type Pokemon - Pokemon with few weaknesses - and play by type weaknesses, not by slugging it out. Trainers generally are the powerhouses but typically don't play by type weaknesses or tricks - if you're hit by one, you'll faint pretty soon.

2. Legendary and shiny Pokemon are more common among Codebreakers but are typically ten to twenty levels weaker than normal Pokemon of other groups. Codebreakers can have up to three legendaries and six shinies - normal trainers can have two legendaries and two shinies - and Doomhounds can have one legendary and three shinies.

3. All types of trainers may carry up to ten Pokemon at one time.


Sample Data Sheet:
Name: Tiamat "Featherbolt" Fenning
Gender: Female ---- Age: 15
Trainer Type: Recreational
Organization: Non-Doomhound Codebreaker

Pokemon Team -
Shiny Jolteon Female - Doxi
Normal Jolteon Male - Thundersnap
Normal Empoleon Male - Tailspin
Shiny Staraptor Male - Endeavor
Normal Staraptor Female - Rave
Shiny Dragonite Female - Bellatrix
Shiny Mew "Female" - Artemis
Normal Mewtwo "Male" - Faunus
Normal Arcanine Male - Flint

free2rhyme
05-04-2007, 04:00 AM
I think more people would join if your font wasn't This Small. Just as pointer.

Edit: I would join but I'm not really in to the whole Pokemon team thing. Sorry.

gallade99
05-23-2007, 05:05 AM
Name: Kenny
Gender: Female ---- Age: 13
Trainer Type: Genius
Organization: Doomhound

Pokemon Team -
Abyss the Umbreon (M)
Silence the Tyranitar (M)
Claw the Sneasel (M)
Spirit the Spiritomb (M)
Murk the Murkrow (M)
Doom the Houndoom (M)

Lord Fedora
05-23-2007, 10:46 AM
I'll join if you make the font size, um, you kow, readable.

gallade99
05-23-2007, 01:44 PM
This is what he posted



Hear the sound of the pouring rain
Coming down like an Armageddon flame.
The shame, the ones who died without a name.

Hear the dogs howling out of key
To a hymn called "Faith and Misery"
And bleed, the company lost the war today.

I beg to dream and differ from those hollow lies.
This is the dawning of the rest of our lives.

Although most trainers are familiar with contests and gym battles, there yet another side of the story - the rouge trainers who take a different path, may it be Pokemon breeding, rare Pokemon hunting, Pokemon racing or one of the many other fields. One particular group, the Codebreakers, specialize in the study of what Pokemon truly are - their types, their evolutions, and their power. They race the globe in order to track down as many shiny and powerful Pokemon as possible and study them. Their battle tactics are outside the common realm, gaining the upper hand not by super-training their Pokemon but playing interrupts and not only making sure that the other Pokemon cannot hurt them, but that the opponent's Pokemon is unable to even attack. Because their style of battling is considered "cheating," you'd have to track one down to see their style. Good luck, though.

Over the history of their group many people have branched out in pursuit of power or riches, such as Giovanni, only to eventually fail. However a new breed of enemy has grown out of the group called the Doomhounds, primarily dark and steel-type users who seize cities, raid them, and then leave in a blur. Most common trainers fall pathetically short of defeating them and instead find themselves without money or items rather quickly. Suddenly the Doomhounds began to use what are called "Black Angel" PokeBalls that capture the energy of wild and privately-owned Pokemon and using it to strengthen their own Pokemon, similar to that of the Galactic organization before them. However, these are different - the Pokemon's power is reduced to the meanest amount to the point where they cannot even fight. The group's intentions - to capture the most powerful Pokemon by using these PokeBalls and rule the world.

However hare-brained this scheme may sound, it's working. Now your only choice is to fight against the team as long as you can and take down as many as you can before you are eventually felled or the organization is ripped apart. So - are you ready to join us?

Rules:

1. Your team is influenced by what side you are. Codebreakers have rare and powerful Pokemon but when push comes to shove are generally weaker and have much less Pokemon. Doomhounds have primarily steel and dark type Pokemon - Pokemon with few weaknesses - and play by type weaknesses, not by slugging it out. Trainers generally are the powerhouses but typically don't play by type weaknesses or tricks - if you're hit by one, you'll faint pretty soon.

2. Legendary and shiny Pokemon are more common among Codebreakers but are typically ten to twenty levels weaker than normal Pokemon of other groups. Codebreakers can have up to three legendaries and six shinies - normal trainers can have two legendaries and two shinies - and Doomhounds can have one legendary and three shinies.

3. All types of trainers may carry up to ten Pokemon at one time.

Sample Data Sheet:
Name: Tiamat "Featherbolt" Fenning
Gender: Female ---- Age: 15
Trainer Type: Recreational
Organization: Non-Doomhound Codebreaker

Pokemon Team -
Shiny Jolteon Female - Doxi
Normal Jolteon Male - Thundersnap
Normal Empoleon Male - Tailspin
Shiny Staraptor Male - Endeavor
Normal Staraptor Female - Rave
Shiny Dragonite Female - Bellatrix
Shiny Mew "Female" - Artemis
Normal Mewtwo "Male" - Faunus
Normal Arcanine Male - Flint

Scourge of Amaranth
05-23-2007, 02:01 PM
I'll write up a signup...

sockyo
05-23-2007, 07:00 PM
Name: Gin
Gender: Male ---- Age: 13
Trainer Type: Genius
Organization: Doomhound

Pokemon Team -
Lugia Female
Pichu Male
Lapras Male
Noctowl Male
Aipom Female
Dratini Female
Wynaut Female
Gardevoir Male
Magcargo Male

Lusitania
05-23-2007, 09:11 PM
Well, it'd be nice if you, ya know wrote a sign up so you could yo know, accept people.

Togeking
05-23-2007, 09:33 PM
Name: Lan Hikari
Gender: Male
Age: 14
Trainer Type: Genius
Organization: Non-Doomhound Codebreaker

Pokemon Team -
Porygon Z- Genderless- Techno
Arcii (A made up pre evolution of Acreus obtained when breeding. I hope it's ok if I can have this. He looks like a cute and minuture version of Arcues. Instead of having one single wheel around its stomach, it has one on each of its four legs.) Male- Arcii
Sableye- Genderless- Shade
Shiny Ditto- Female- Jello
Shiny Gallade- Male- Yang
Shiny Gardevoir- Female- Yin