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ASB: Downtown Market The Downtown Market of the ASB League. The place for all the League- and User-owned businesses. A place where you can do everything if you have the cash, from buying new Pokemon, evolving your current ones, and many more.


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Old 04-08-2011, 06:20 PM
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Safari Zone Items

Item - Description - Price

Fresh Water – Restores your Pokemon’s Health by 5% - $5
Soda Pop - Restores your Pokemon’s Health by 5% - $5
Lemonade – Restores your Pokemon’s Energy by 5% - $5
Moomoo Milk – Restores your Pokemon’s Health and Energy by 5% - $10
Lava Cookie - Cures Pokemon of all status effects - $10
Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Rate by 5% - $10
Mega Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Rate by 10% - $20
Sweet Scent Perfume - 20% chance that a Pokemon of the Trainer's choice (chosen beforehand) appears. Consumed even if Pokemon fails to appear, can be used only once - $40
Full Heal - Restores Pokemon to Full Health and Energy and cures all status effects - $30
Master Ball - 100% chance to capture a Pokemon - $10000000000000

Ok, so yeah, maybe I was kidding about the Master Ball thing. It will be available only through events/tournaments prizes, etc

Using an items takes up one turn, so it uses up one point just like any other action.

More items to be added as soon as I think of them. And yes, I'll put this in a proper format when I get around to posting it.
Approveded.

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I'll just give it a try...

-The Pokemon Gaming Center-

You walk in a center with some games. You'd like to play a game, but it will cost money. If you win, you'll get a prize. You just want to play a game and you see the three games: Hangman, Tic-Tac-Toe and Spot the Difference. You were thinking of which one you would choose, then you knew your answer...

"Welcome to the Pokemon Gaming Center. Are you here to relax or to play a game? You wanna play a game right...? If you want to play a game, you'll need money. If you've got money and want to play a game, go pay it right here. Wanna know how? Here's how..."



The gamemaster (I) will then personally send you a PM to start the game. Want more info about the games, see: Games. If you want more info about the prizes and their prices, see: Prizes.


-Rules-
1. Basic PE2K rules.
2. The games you will receive from me, have to be answered in PM only!
3. Do not advertise the answers of the games, or you'll be banned from the center.
4. If you lost the game, you'll not get a second chance.
5. Have fun!



-Games-

~Hangman~
This is Hangman. When you choose this as the game you wanna play, the gamemaster will send you a PM which contains some spots where characters can be filled in, which contains the name of a pokemon. The amount of characters and times you have to play this game is for every prize different, see: Prizes.
Here is an example of how the game works:
Spoiler:
Me: You can start now.
Round 1.
Word: _ _ _ _ _
Used characters: None
Hangman: N/A

You: Ehh... A.

Me: Wrong!
Round 2.
Word: _ _ _ _ _
Used characters: A.
Hangman: [Picture of amounts of fails/ Picture of Hangman]

You: Hmmm... P!

Me: Correct!
Round 3.
Word: P _ _ _ _
Used Characters: A, P.
Hangman: [Picture of amounts of fails/ Picture of Hangman]

You: I know it! It's Absol!

Me: Wrong, because you guessed the word, there will be added three stripes instead of one.
Round 4.
Word: P _ _ _ _
Used Characters: A, P.
Hangman: [Picture of amounts of fails/ Picture of Hangman]

You: Okay, I think I know it now! It's Pichu isn't it?

Me: Correct! Congratulations, you won the game!
[If won all matches=] Look in the center and collect your prize.
[If won but still have some matches to go=] Second match! *Begin at the beginning with a differen't pokemon as a word.*


~Tic-Tac-Toe~
This is Tic-Tac-Toe. When you choose this as the game you wanna play, the gamemaster will send you a PM which contains a picture of a Tic-Tac-Toe game, empty.
The amount of matches you have to play to get the prize is different for every prize, see: Prizes.
Here is an example of how the game works:
Spoiler:
Me: Let's start this game.
You may start, you are the X.
[Picture of the game]

You: Ehmm... Top-left!

Me: [Picture of the game]
Okay, you've got top-left, I did top-right.
Your turn again.

You: Bottom-left.

Etc, etc...


~Spot the Difference~
This is Spot the Difference. When you choose this as the game you wanna play, the gamemaster will send you a PM with a picture with one good picture on the left and on picture with some differences on the right.
The amount of differences is different for every prize, see: Prizes.

Here is an example of how the game works:
Spoiler:
Me: Find the [Amount of differences]!
Just tell me where they are. If you don't know how to say it, save this picture and draw red circles around the differences.
[Picture of Spot the Difference]

You: [Enter here the answers]/[Insert picture of the differences]


-Prizes-

~The Basic/Baby-Pokemon Prize~
If you win, you get a Basic/Baby Pokemon of your choice.
Price: $14
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 2 times, 5 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 2 times, 1 win is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 1 time, 4 differences.

~The Evolving to Stage 1 Prize~
If you win, you may evolve a Basic/Baby pokemon to there 1st stage (Can't evolve by other method).
Price: $12
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 3 times, 6 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 3 times, 3 wins is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 1 time, 6 differences.

~The Evolving to Stage 2 Prize~
If you win, you may evolve a Stage 1 pokemon to there 2nd stage (Can't evolve by other method).
Price: $20
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 3 times, 8 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 4 times, 3 wins is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 2 times, 6 differences.

~The Evolving with an other method Prize~
If you win, you may evolve a pokemon that need an other method to evolve (Like evolving with Fire Stones or Happiness).
Price: $14
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 5 times, 5 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 3 times, 3 wins is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 1 time, 6 differences.

~The Stage 1-Pokemon Prize~
If you win, you get a Stage 1 Pokemon of your choice.
Price: $18
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 4 times, 8 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 4 times, 4 wins is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 2 times, 4 differences.

~The Stage 2-Pokemon Prize~
If you win, you get a Stage 2 Pokemon of your choice.
Price: $24
Game requirements:
-Hangman = 6 times, 8 characters each.
-Tic-Tac-Toe = 5 times, 5 wins is Prize.
-Spot the Difference = 3 times, 5 differences.


More games can be added in the future.

If there is something wrong about the prices, prizes, games or anything else, please tell me so I can change them.
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:57 AM
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Sorry, never even saw it. Agreed with all statements and proposals considering the cheap HP restore option. approved.
Keeping in mind this, I'm proposing this as the new structure. And yes, these can be used in battle. And I don't mind this being a non-profit thing.

Safari Zone Items

Item - Description - Price

Fresh Water – Restores your Pokemon’s Health by 5% - $3
Lemonade – Restores your Pokemon’s Energy by 5% - $3
Moomoo Milk – Restores your Pokemon’s Health and Energy by 5% - $6
Lava Cookie - Cures Pokemon of all status effects - $5
Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Success Rate by 5% - $10
Mega Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Success Rate by 10% - $15
Sweet Scent Perfume - 20% chance that a Pokemon of the Trainer's choice (chosen beforehand) appears. Consumed even if Pokemon fails to appear, can be used only once - $30
Full Heal - Restores Pokemon to Full Health and Energy and cures all status effects - $15
Master Ball - 100% chance to capture a Pokemon - $10000000000000

Ok, so yeah, maybe I was kidding about the Master Ball thing. It will be available only through events/tournaments prizes, etc
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:45 PM
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Keeping in mind this, I'm proposing this as the new structure. And yes, these can be used in battle. And I don't mind this being a non-profit thing.

Safari Zone Items

Item - Description - Price

Fresh Water – Restores your Pokemon’s Health by 5% - $3
Lemonade – Restores your Pokemon’s Energy by 5% - $3
Moomoo Milk – Restores your Pokemon’s Health and Energy by 5% - $6
Lava Cookie - Cures Pokemon of all status effects - $5
Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Success Rate by 5% - $10
Mega Poffin - Increases Pokemon Catch Success Rate by 10% - $15
Sweet Scent Perfume - 20% chance that a Pokemon of the Trainer's choice (chosen beforehand) appears. Consumed even if Pokemon fails to appear, can be used only once - $30
Full Heal - Restores Pokemon to Full Health and Energy and cures all status effects - $15
Master Ball - 100% chance to capture a Pokemon - $10000000000000

Ok, so yeah, maybe I was kidding about the Master Ball thing. It will be available only through events/tournaments prizes, etc
APproved. Please update the approriate threads and rules when this is posted, Iridium.
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So I'm going to add some more items to my shop. -.o
So here goes.
EDIT: I changed the prices like 3m0 asked.

Berries
These items are used once. One they are consumed they are gone.
Options: Attach at the begging of the battle or feed to pokemon for one action.

$10

Cheri Berry
[Cures Paralysis]


Chesto Berry
[Cures Sleep]


Pecha Berry
[Cures Poison]


Rawst Berry
[Cures Burn]


Aspear Berry
[Cures Freeze]


Persim Berry
[Cures Confusion]

(Higher Price, Lower Heal, or Stay the same? That is my question for all these berries below)

$15

Oran Berry
[Heals 10 Health when the holders HP falls below 35]


Leppa Berry
[Heals 10 Energy when the holder HP falls below 35]

$20

Lum Berry
[Cures any Status Ailment]


Sitrus Berry
[Heals 10 Health and 10 Energy when one falls below 35]


-x-
I'm also running this idea by you guys to see if you like it.
I was thinking maybe I could separate this into a whole new store and have someone help me run it, or take it over (since I have a shop).
People could buy berries there, but they could also buy a plot. In that plot they could plant and grow berries.
I know there would be kinks with that so just whatever you guys think.
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So I'm going to add some more items to my shop. -.o
So here goes.


Berries
These items are used once. One they are consumed they are gone.
Options: Attach at the begging of the battle or feed to pokemon for one action.

$5

Cheri Berry
[Cures Paralysis]


Chesto Berry
[Cures Sleep]


Pecha Berry
[Cures Poison]


Rawst Berry
[Cures Burn]


Aspear Berry
[Cures Freeze]


Persim Berry
[Cures Confusion]

(Higher Price, Lower Heal, or Stay the same? That is my question for all these berries below)

$10

Oran Berry
[Heals 10 HP when the holders HP falls below 35]


Leppa Berry
[Heals 10 Energy when the holder HP falls below 35]

$15

Lum Berry
[Cures any Status Ailment]


Sitrus Berry
[Heals 10 HP and 10 Energy when one falls below 35]


-x-
I'm also running this idea by you guys to see if you like it.
I was thinking maybe I could separate this into a whole new store and have someone help me run it, or take it over (since I have a shop).
People could buy berries there, but they could also buy a plot. In that plot they could plant and grow berries.
I know there would be kinks with that so just whatever you guys think.
*Health, not HP. >.<||

I think you should bump the prices up about $5 since $15 for a Sitrus berry seems a little cheep. :>

The berry growing idea is actually pretty good, though, automatically, all Officials, unless stated otherwise, are 'running' all shops, we just don't get paid. ;) I'd say that you can toss out an outline of the Berry Plot idea and add these items to your current shop (after two more Approvals), and the Berry growing could a totally new thread/business.

Anyway, those are just my thoughts. Approved (1/3).
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Grandma's Garden

Why hello young sir or mam. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Rose, though most everyone calls me Grandma. I am quite wealthy, and have a lot of empty land. One of my great passions used to be gardening; me and my shaymin, Lily, used to take care of all the land. Now that we are both to old, (even though you wouldn't think so), we can no longer garden. So I came up with the idea to let trainers use this land for their own gardening. A great idea right! Now I will let you meet my daughter. She does most of the operating, girl was always good with numbers and such.

Information

So you met my Mom hu? Well I am Isabella. I am in charge of this operation more behind the scenes. I am going to explain how this works. So please pay attention.
So first what exactly is gardening about. When you are gardening you can plant berries and hope that you will reap more than you have planted. You can sometimes even find rare berries you can't buy. Oh, where do you get berries. I think The Item Shop! stocks them.
Anyway now that you have an overview of what you will be doing at the garden. I can explain a little more needed information, before you move on.
You can buy plots and other assorted items for gardening at the store. But first you have to buy a starter kit first. My husband will show you how to care for your garden and make sure your plants grow. If you ever have a question you can ask me here.


Store Front

Oh hello, I am Sarah. Me and my Tangrowth run the shop here.
Here is our current selection.


Garden Stater Kit [$40]
Includes one plot, one berry and all the tools you need to start gardening.


Small Fertilizer [$5]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on one plot.


Medium Fertilizer [$23]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on five plots.


Large Fertilizer [$45]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on ten plots.


Grandma's Secret Potion [$10]
This special potion instantly grows your berries to harvest. Used on one plot.


Large Grandma's Secret Potion [$45]
This special potion instantly grows your berries to harvest. Used on five plots.


New Plot [$15]
Add a new plot to your garden.

Gardening Tutorial

Hey, the name is Jeremy. I will show you how to take care of your garden.
Below is how a typical garden will look like.
Quote:
DINO
Spoiler:



Plot 1: Fallow
Plot 2: Fallow
Plot 3: Plowed
Plot 4: Oran Berry Planted [6/14/11]
Plot 5: Oran Berry Planted [6/14/11] *Fertilized
Plot 6: Harvest? [6/14/11]

Inventory:
Medium Fertilizer (3/5)
Grandma's Secret Potion [x2]
Oran Berry [x3]
Cheri Berry
You might be staring at that like, what in the world, but trust me it is quite simple.

The first thing to appear is an image of your garden. I will now explain what each tile means.

This if fallow land. It is land that has supported a tree, which is now gone. It has hardened from the sun and if not fit for plants. To make it fit for plants you must plow it, which I will explain later.

This land is plowed. It is suitable to be planted on.

This plot is one that has a berry planted in it. Berries are ready to harvest two days after posting. So ours will be ready on the 16.

This is a berry ready to be harvested. You will have to collect it quickly before they rot. They rot two days after falling off. So these will be rotten on the 16.

Underneath you will also see the text describing the garden. This is mainly for me to keep track of what is going on in your garden, but the dates will also be helpful to you as well.

Tasks like plowing, planting, and harvesting take money.
Now to costs.
Plowing $5 Energy
Planting $3 Energy
Harvesting $3 Energy
Simple right.
Also if you are going to be absent for a while. You can post it here and a gardener will take care of your garden for you.

Well two more things to cover.
Items.
Fertilizers need to be applied at the same time your plant your berry.
Secret potions can be applied anytime your plants are in the growing stage.
Berries will stay in your inventory here. If you would like to take them out so you can use them for battles you must post it here. Once done, you may put your berries on your ASB stats, then attach them to pokemon from there. So you may only use berries stored here for planting. You can always add berries back into the garden inventory from your ASB inventory, by posting your doing so.
[x#] - This symbolizes how many items of that you have.
(#/#) - This symbolizes how many times you have used the item/to how many times the item can be used.

Now here is a post that shows you how to perform actions. Please use this format.
Quote:
Plow - Plot 1
Plow - Plot 2
Harvest - Plot 6

Energy: 70 - 10 - 10 - 5 = 45
That simple, just post the actions then calculate the energy.

THIS IS MATH! RUN AWAY!
Spoiler:
Harvest.
Roll 1-100 when they harvest a plot.
[1-10] What? How did you find an Apricot. Well I'll give you $5 for it.
[11-50] You found just one ____ berry.
[51-70] Yes! You found two ____ berries
[71-85] Wow! You harvested three ____ berries.
[86-95] Hrm. Seems as if a pokemon ate the berry already. ~
[94-100] That is a really rare berry you found. Congrats on your _____ berry. *

Fertilized Harvest.
Roll 1-100 when they harvest a fertilized plot.
[1-10] What? How did you find an Apricot. Well I'll give you $5 for it.
[11-30] You found just one ____ berry.
[31-60] Yes! You found two ____ berries
[61-85] Wow! You harvested three ____ berries.
[86-95] Hrm. Seems as if a pokemon ate the berry already. ~
[94-100] That is a really rare berry you found. Congrats on your _____ berry. *

~
Roll again.
[1-5] It seems that pokemon that ate your berry is now your friend. You caught a ______. (basic/baby stage)
[6-100] Seems as if it got away.

*
Roll [1-29]
1. Occa Berry
2. Passho Berry
3. Wacan Berry
4. Rindo Berry
5. Yache Berry
6. Chople Berry
7. Kebia Berry
8. Shuca Berry
9. Coba Berry
10. Payapa Berry
11. Tanga Berry
12. Charti Berry
13. Kasib Berry
14. Haban Berry
15. Colbur Berry
16. Babiri Berry
17. Chilan Berry
18. Liechi Berry
19. Ganlon Berry
20. Salac Berry
21. Petaya Berry
22. Apicot Berry
23. Lansat Berry
24. Starf Berry
25. Enigma Berry
26. Micle Berry (Raises accuracy once instead of on one move.)
27. Custap Berry
28. Jaboca Berry
29. Rowap Berry

Finished!
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Grandma's Garden

Why hello young sir or mam. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Rose, though most everyone calls me Grandma. I am quite wealthy, and have a lot of empty land. One of my great passions used to be gardening; me and my shaymin, Lily, used to take care of all the land. Now that we are both to old, (even though you wouldn't think so), we can no longer garden. So I came up with the idea to let trainers use this land for their own gardening. A great idea right! Now I will let you meet my daughter. She does most of the operating, girl was always good with numbers and such.

Information

So you met my Mom hu? Well I am Isabella. I am in charge of this operation more behind the scenes. I am going to explain how this works. So please pay attention.
So first what exactly is gardening about. When you are gardening you can plant berries and hope that you will reap more than you have planted. You can sometimes even find rare berries you can't bye. Oh, where do you get berries. I think The Item Shop! stocks them.
Anyway now that you have an overview of what you will be doing at the garden. I can explain a little more needed information, before you move on.
You can buy plots and other assorted items for gardening at the store. But first you have to bye a starter kit first. My husband will show you how to care for your garden and make sure your plants grow. If you ever have a question you can ask me here.


Store Front

Oh hello, I am Sarah. Me and my Tangrowth run the shop here.
Here is our current selection.


Garden Stater Kit [$40]
Includes one plot, one berry and all the tools you need to start gardening.


Small Fertilizer [$5]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on one plot.


Medium Fertilizer [$23]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on five plots.


Large Fertilizer [$45]
This fertilizer ups your chances of getting more than two or more berries by 20%. Used on ten plots.


Grandma's Secret Potion [$10]
This special potion instantly grows your berries to harvest. Used on one plot.


Large Grandma's Secret Potion [$45]
This special potion instantly grows your berries to harvest. Used on five plots.


New Plot [$15]
Add a new plot to your garden.

Gardening Tutorial

Hey, the name is Jeremy. I will show you how to take care of your garden.
Below is how a typical garden will look like.


You might be staring at that like, what in the world, but trust me it is quite simple.

The first thing to appear is an image of your garden. I will now explain what each tile means.

This if fallow land. It is land that has supported a tree, which is now gone. It has hardened from the sun and if not fit for plants. To make it fit for plants you must plow it, which I will explain later.

This land is plowed. It is suitable to be planted on.

This plot is one that has a berry planted in it. Berries are ready to harvest two days after posting. So ours will be ready on the 16.

This is a berry ready to be harvested. You will have to collect it quickly before they rot. They rot two days after falling off. So these will be rotten on the 16.

Underneath you will also see the text describing the garden. This is mainly for me to keep track of what is going on in your garden, but the dates will also be helpful to you as well.

Now to the energy.
Tasks like plowing, planting, and harvesting take energy. A good nights rest will replenish energy. So your energy resets to 100 every day.
Now to energy costs.
Plowing -10 Energy
Planting -5 Energy
Harvesting -5 Energy
Simple right.
Also if you are going to be absent for a while. You can post it here and a gardener will take care of your garden for you.

Well two more things to cover.
Items.
Fertilizers need to be applied at the same time your plant your berry.
Secret potions can be applied anytime your plants are in the growing stage.
Berries will stay in your inventory here. If you would like to take them out so you can use them for battles you must post it here. Once done, you may put your berries on your ASB stats, then attach them to pokemon from there. So you may only use berries stored here for planting. You can always add berries back into the garden inventory from your ASB inventory, by posting your doing so.
[x#] - This symbolizes how many items of that you have.
(#/#) - This symbolizes how many times you have used the item/to how many times the item can be used.

Now here is a post that shows you how to perform actions. Please use this format.

That simple, just post the actions then calculate the energy.

THIS IS MATH! RUN AWAY!
Spoiler:
Harvest.
Roll 1-100 when they harvest a plot.
[1-10] What? How did you find an Apricot. Well I'll give you $5 for it.
[11-50] You found just one ____ berry.
[51-70] Yes! You found two ____ berries
[71-85] Wow! You harvested three ____ berries.
[86-95] Hrm. Seems as if a pokemon ate the berry already. ~
[94-100] That is a really rare berry you found. Congrats on your _____ berry. *

Fertilized Harvest.
Roll 1-100 when they harvest a fertilized plot.
[1-10] What? How did you find an Apricot. Well I'll give you $5 for it.
[11-30] You found just one ____ berry.
[31-60] Yes! You found two ____ berries
[61-85] Wow! You harvested three ____ berries.
[86-95] Hrm. Seems as if a pokemon ate the berry already. ~
[94-100] That is a really rare berry you found. Congrats on your _____ berry. *

~
Roll again.
[1-5] It seems that pokemon that ate your berry is now your friend. You caught a ______. (basic/baby stage)
[6-100] Seems as if it got away.

*
Roll [1-29]
1. Occa Berry
2. Passho Berry
3. Wacan Berry
4. Rindo Berry
5. Yache Berry
6. Chople Berry
7. Kebia Berry
8. Shuca Berry
9. Coba Berry
10. Payapa Berry
11. Tanga Berry
12. Charti Berry
13. Kasib Berry
14. Haban Berry
15. Colbur Berry
16. Babiri Berry
17. Chilan Berry
18. Liechi Berry
19. Ganlon Berry
20. Salac Berry
21. Petaya Berry
22. Apicot Berry
23. Lansat Berry
24. Starf Berry
25. Enigma Berry
26. Micle Berry (Raises accuracy once instead of on one move.)
27. Custap Berry
28. Jaboca Berry
29. Rowap Berry

Finished!
OTHER THAN THE SPELLING AND GRAMMAR ERRORS, this seems well thoughts out. But instead of 'Energy', I'd make it set amounts of money, so you can have more of an income. But if you really want the Energy idea, I'd lower it to 50, since I doubt anybody will use 100 a day. ^^'
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OTHER THAN THE SPELLING AND GRAMMAR ERRORS, this seems well thoughts out. But instead of 'Energy', I'd make it set amounts of money, so you can have more of an income. But if you really want the Energy idea, I'd lower it to 50, since I doubt anybody will use 100 a day. ^^'
DARN ENGLISH LANGUAGE!
e.e I even had spell check on.
As for you... don't start too many sentences with but. :)

I prefer the energy myself.
However, the money would also work, if you would be so kind as to come up with the amounts. ;)
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DARN ENGLISH LANGUAGE!
e.e I even had spell check on.
As for you... don't start too many sentences with but. :)

I prefer the energy myself.
However, the money would also work, if you would be so kind as to come up with the amounts. ;)
Most of your errors were you said 'bye' instead of 'buy'. xD 'Bye' is for saying 'good bye', where as 'buy' means to purchase. c':

I was actually doing the 'but' thing to mock you in a kind-hearted way. ^__^||

10 Energy = $5; 5 Energy = $3. <- Dat werk?
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Most of your errors were you said 'bye' instead of 'buy'. xD 'Bye' is for saying 'good bye', where as 'buy' means to purchase. c':

I was actually doing the 'but' thing to mock you in a kind-hearted way. ^__^||

10 Energy = $5; 5 Energy = $3. <- Dat werk?

Oh, I commit those types of errors all the time. ;___;
It has always been my flaw.

Sure, sure. Whatever you say~ /sprinkles sarcasm in/

I ad dem nows. thanks.
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The Training Gym

Well, hello. Wanting a stronger 'Mon? Here you can choose an event to train, and your little guys come away with higher HP, Atk, Def, Sp. Def, Sp. Atk, or Speed by one level.

Here's how it works: Choose the Pokémon you want to train, then the event, and the money (don't forget to post in the bank!). After 24 hours have passed, you can post to claim your 'Mon. If the 'mon's type matches one of the selected types, it takes 12 hours instead of 24.

To prevent exhaustion, an individual 'Mon can only train here once every seven days.

During training, Pokémon cannot participate in any other activities.
When you post, I roll a 100-sided die. If the number is 10 or lower, that stat raises by 2 levels insead of one.

The Events

Buffet Table ($10)
Here a splendid table of rich, wholesome food is laid out. When a Pokémon eats its fill, it gets a HP boost. Dragon types have a big appetite, so they might clear the table!
Normal and Dragon types are trained in 12 hours.

Punching Bags ($10)
Here all types can take out their anger on high-grade dummies. After giving the bags a nice pounding, they come away with raised Attack. To Fighting types, this is the ideal place, so you might have to drag them out.
Fighting types are trained in 12 hours.

Zen Garden ($10)
A peaceful oriental garden where one can relax and heighten their mental strength to give a Sp. Attack boost.
Dark, Ghost, and Psychic types take 12 hours to train.

Rock Quarry ($10)
There's nothing that builds muscles like pushing around boulders for a Defense boost. Just make sure it's a rock and not a Geodude.
Rock, Ground, and Steel types are trained in 12 hours.

Hedge Maze ($10)
This relaxing maze helps mantain a Pokémon's Sp. Defense by challenging it in a playful way. We also have a team of Murkrows to help a Pokémon if it gets lost.
Grass, Bug, and Poison types are trained in 12 hours.

Obstacle Course ($10)
Does your little Magnemite dream of being a track & field star? Here, 'Mons can race and raise their Speed on an official-looking dirt track. Sorry, no medals.
Electric and Flying types are trained in 12 hours

Water Relay ($10) Water and Ice types only.
In this olympic sized pool, 'Mons can freely swim as they like, increasing their Speed. Sorry, no lifeguards here. Swim at your own risk.
Water and Ice types take 12 hours to train.

Fire-walking ($10) Fire types only.
The soft glow of torches... twinkling stars... a bed of hot embers just waiting to be crossed... If your Fire type thinks its fast enough to get across these coals and raise its Speed, its welcome to try.
Fire types take 12 hours to train.

Super Obstacle course ($30)
After muching a few apples, Pokémon have to cross a field of punching bags, the Rock Quarry, the Zen Garden, Hedge Maze, and the Obstacle course. Did I mention the hurdles every five feet? If a Pokémon makes it, Attack, Sp. attack, Defense, Sp. Defense, Speed, and HP are raised.
Here, a roll of 5 or lower raises all stats by 2.
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I know, but I thought this would make a faster alternative than winning tons of battles.
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The Training Gym

Well, hello. Wanting a stronger 'Mon? Here you can choose an event to train, and your little guys come away with higher HP, Atk, Def, Sp. Def, Sp. Atk, or Speed by one level.

Here's how it works: Choose the Pokémon you want to train, then the event, and the money (don't forget to post in the bank!). After 24 hours have passed, you can post to claim your 'Mon. If the 'mon's type matches one of the selected types, it takes 12 hours instead of 24.

To prevent exhaustion, an individual 'Mon can only train here once every seven days.

During training, Pokémon cannot participate in any other activities.
When you post, I roll a 100-sided die. If the number is 10 or lower, that stat raises by 2 levels insead of one.

The Events

Buffet Table ($100)
Here a splendid table of rich, wholesome food is laid out. When a Pokémon eats its fill, it gets a HP boost. Dragon types have a big appetite, so they might clear the table!
Normal and Dragon types are trained in 12 hours.

Punching Bags ($100)
Here all types can take out their anger on high-grade dummies. After giving the bags a nice pounding, they come away with raised Attack. To Fighting types, this is the ideal place, so you might have to drag them out.
Fighting types are trained in 12 hours.

Zen Garden ($100)
A peaceful oriental garden where one can relax and heighten their mental strength to give a Sp. Attack boost.
Dark, Ghost, and Psychic types take 12 hours to train.

Rock Quarry ($100)
There's nothing that builds muscles like pushing around boulders for a Defense boost. Just make sure it's a rock and not a Geodude.
Rock, Ground, and Steel types are trained in 12 hours.

Hedge Maze ($100)
This relaxing maze helps mantain a Pokémon's Sp. Defense by challenging it in a playful way. We also have a team of Murkrows to help a Pokémon if it gets lost.
Grass, Bug, and Poison types are trained in 12 hours.

Obstacle Course ($100)
Does your little Magnemite dream of being a track & field star? Here, 'Mons can race and raise their Speed on an official-looking dirt track. Sorry, no medals.
Electric and Flying types are trained in 12 hours

Water Relay ($100) Water and Ice types only.
In this olympic sized pool, 'Mons can freely swim as they like, increasing their Speed. Sorry, no lifeguards here. Swim at your own risk.
Water and Ice types take 12 hours to train.

Fire-walking ($100) Fire types only.
The soft glow of torches... twinkling stars... a bed of hot embers just waiting to be crossed... If your Fire type thinks its fast enough to get across these coals and raise its Speed, its welcome to try.
Fire types take 12 hours to train.

Super Obstacle course ($300)
After muching a few apples, Pokémon have to cross a field of punching bags, the Rock Quarry, the Zen Garden, Hedge Maze, and the Obstacle course. Did I mention the hurdles every five feet? If a Pokémon makes it, Attack, Sp. attack, Defense, Sp. Defense, Speed, and HP are raised.
Here, a roll of 5 or lower raises all stats by 2.
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I'll be giving you feedback on this submission because it was what you originally posted and an Official didn't suggest any changes yet.
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During training, Pokémon cannot participate in any other activities.
Be more specific. Can they evolve, battle, participate in a Contest or go in the Safari Zone; what exactly can't they do while training?
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Buffet Table ($10)
Here a splendid table of rich, wholesome food is laid out. When a Pokémon eats its fill, it gets a HP boost. Dragon types have a big appetite, so they might clear the table!
Normal and Dragon types are trained in 12 hours.
How would a Health boost work? Would the Pokemon start off a battle with 101%?
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Obstacle Course ($10)
Does your little Magnemite dream of being a track & field star? Here, 'Mons can race and raise their Speed on an official-looking dirt track. Sorry, no medals.
Electric and Flying types are trained in 12 hours

Water Relay ($10) Water and Ice types only.
In this olympic sized pool, 'Mons can freely swim as they like, increasing their Speed. Sorry, no lifeguards here. Swim at your own risk.
Water and Ice types take 12 hours to train.

Fire-walking ($10) Fire types only.
The soft glow of torches... twinkling stars... a bed of hot embers just waiting to be crossed... If your Fire type thinks its fast enough to get across these coals and raise its Speed, its welcome to try.
Fire types take 12 hours to train.

I don't see a real point for having three events that do, ultimately, the same thing...
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*prices*

Way too low. xD Up them to around $30-$45. That's a decent price range for a Stat boost.

Now, I think you should add an option in the dice roll that makes it so a Stat isn't increased. "The Pokemon over-worked itself" or something. ;D Make that about 30% It's just a suggestion, but I, personally, am more likely to approve this Shop if there is a possibility of failure. :P You know, so it's not 'over-powered'.

Pending.

Also, Dino, I get that you're just trying to help, but leave the the feedback-giving to the Officials unless specifically asked for your opinion(s), okay?
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The Training Gym

Well, hello. Wanting a stronger 'Mon? Here you can choose an event to train, and your little guys come away with higher Atk, Def, Sp. Def, Sp. Atk, or Speed by one level.

Here's how it works: Choose the Pokémon you want to train, then the event, and the money (don't forget to post in the bank!). After 24 hours have passed, you can post to claim your 'Mon. If the 'mon's type matches one of the selected types, it takes 12 hours instead of 24.

To prevent exhaustion, an individual 'Mon can only train here once every seven days.

During training, Pokémon cannot participate in any other activities, including battles, safari zone, contests, evolution, or participation in another business.
When you post, I roll a 100-sided die. If the number is 10 or lower, that stat raises by 2 levels insead of one. If its 11-60, the 'Mon successfully trains. If its 61-100, training fails.

The Events

Punching Bags ($45)
Here all types can take out their anger on high-grade dummies. After giving the bags a nice pounding, they come away with raised Attack. To Fighting types, this is the ideal place, so you might have to drag them out.
Fighting, Normal and Dragon types are trained in 12 hours.

Zen Garden ($45)
A peaceful oriental garden where one can relax and heighten their mental strength to give a Sp. Attack boost.
Dark, Ghost, and Psychic types take 12 hours to train.

Rock Quarry ($45)
There's nothing that builds muscles like pushing around boulders for a Defense boost. Just make sure it's a rock and not a Geodude.
Rock, Ground, and Steel types are trained in 12 hours.

Hedge Maze ($45)
This relaxing maze helps mantain a Pokémon's Sp. Defense by challenging it in a playful way. We also have a team of Murkrows to help a Pokémon if it gets lost.
Grass, Bug, and Poison types are trained in 12 hours.

Obstacle Course ($45)
Does your little Magnemite dream of being a track & field star? Here, 'Mons can race and raise their Speed on an official-looking dirt track. Sorry, no medals.
Electric, Water and Flying types are trained in 12 hours

Super Obstacle course ($150)
After muching a few apples, Pokémon have to cross a field of punching bags, the Rock Quarry, the Zen Garden, Hedge Maze, and the Obstacle course. Did I mention the hurdles every five feet? If a Pokémon makes it, Attack, Sp. attack, Defense, Sp. Defense and Speed are raised.
Here, a roll of 5 or lower raises all stats by 2.
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