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Old 05-28-2017, 06:55 PM   #59
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PRIZES!


First and foremost, we have the standard prize for KOs. You'll get 1 KO for each KO you have, rounded up, as well as 1 TP for each half KO you have, no rounding there. The list for that is as follows.

Chiko - 4.5 - 5 KOs and 9 TP
Miror - 3 - 3 KOs and 6 TP
zerozoner - 3 - 3 KOs and 6 TP
Jerichi - 2 - 2 KOs and 4 TP
TKF - 2 - 2 KOs and 4 TP
Crys - 2 - 2 KOs and 4 TP
Spark - 2 - 2 KOs and 4 TP
Kots - 1.5 - 2 KOs and 3 TP
Big - 1 - 1 KO and 2 TP

Unfortunately if your name isn't on that list you didn't manage to score a KO, better luck next time?

Beyond that, we'll also have some DISCOUNTS to future purchases for our TOP 8 TRAINERS!

- Those who placed 5th through 8th (Jeri, Kamen, TKF, Kots) will be able to purchase their next Mega Stone for 5 SP off.
- Those who placed 1st through 4th (Miror, Chiko, Crys, Spark) will be able to purchase their nex Mega Stone for 10 SP off.
- Placing 2nd, Chiko will additionally get the next Legend Challenge purchased at 25% off.
- Placing 1st, Miror will additionally get the next Legend Challenge purchased for 50% off.

But that's not what you've all been waiting for! We've got plenty of POKEMON PRIZES WITH SPECIAL SIGS in store here!

We've got three different sets of Pokemon available! Within each set one person will pick a Pokemon, and the other Pokemon will go to the second person who won that category!

The first Category is for PLACING FIRST OR SECOND! Between these two Pokemon, MIROR will get to pick first, as he did place first, and CHIKO will get to pick second, as he did place second!

Camerupt:
This Camerupt is a prize for ranking first or second in the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Technique: Press the Button
Once per battle Camerupt may expend significant energy to enter a state of extreme heat for three rounds, reducing all Water damage it takes by half as well as causing all of its Fire attacks to gain significant knockback.

Wobbuffet:
This Wobbuffet is a prize for ranking first or second in the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Training: The Patient Pokemon
Having patiently watched the entire Grand Melee, Wobbuffet picked up all of the following moves from it: Dig, Extremespeed, Inferno, Explosion, Substitute, Double Team, Hydro Pump, Bonemerang, Solar Beam, Teleport, Teeter Dance, Eruption, Confide, Ice Beam, and Confuse Ray. Wobbuffet has standard levels of all new offtypes.

The next set is for PLACING EITHER THIRD OR FOURTH! These Pokemon have sigs that aren't quite as great, but they're still better than normal, and are near and dear to everyone who loves the GM! From this set CRYS will get to pick first, as he was knocked out by the out of bounds last, while SPARKBEAT will pick second!

Alakazam:
This Alakazam is a prize for ranking third or fourth in the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Technique: Bunker Buster
Using heavy Psychic energy, Alakazam unleashes a wave of energy throughout the arena that reverses the effects of all moves currently affecting the field in its entirety. This means that damaging entry hazards will affect the opposite team, positive terrain moves will have their effects become negative, and so on, with ref’s discretion applying here. This move can only be used once per match and can be cleared with Rapid Spin, Defog, and other ways that would normally clear hazards.

Gardevoir:
This Gardevoir is a prize for ranking third or fourth in the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Training: Junior Camera Girl
Training to operate a camera is a bit boring, and usually camera ‘mon pick up a few tricks in learning a lot of simple party games. These tricks carry over pretty heavily in battle, giving a 10% increase to effects caused by moves used by Gardevoir occuring, while Gardevoir is only affected by special secondary effects of opponents moves half as often.

And finally we have our last set of Pokemon, which go out to those who MOST AFFECTED THE OUTCOME OF THIS GM! For obvious reasons, those who won in the previous sets can't win here! As such, ZEROZONER will get first pick from this category for getting the most KOs outside of the Top 4, while ZELPHON will pick second for setting off that initial, devastating boom.

Alolan Ninetales:
This Alolan Ninetales is a prize for heavily impacting the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Resistance: Lavaproof
This Alolan Ninetales takes neutral damage from Fire-typed attacks. It’s also rather difficult to burn.

Ampharos:
This Ampharos is a prize for heavily impacting the 2017 Spring Grand Melee. It does not count towards squad limits.
Special Attack: Confetti Burst (Normal)
Ampharos uses considerable energy to unleash a burst of confetti in the area around itself, dealing good damage to all foes in the blast as well as leaving them confused, regardless of any resistances to confusion they might otherwise have. This attack has no limit on number of uses, but the confusion effect will only work once per foe.
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