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Old 11-03-2011, 01:33 PM   #1
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UPN 2011 Champion League Tournament

For tournament rules post, click here!
For the battle log video list, click here!
For tournament standings, click here and scroll down!

What You'll Need: some free time this or next weekend, the Pokémon-Online software, and a good attitude

Step 1: Sign up! If we get enough interest, I'll edit this post to include more trainers to choose from.

Step 2: We'll roll dice to determine who gets what trainer from the list below. I'll ask someone with a web camera to roll some dice for us on webcam so that there's no arguing about it. Once a character is selected from the list below, they are removed from the list before rolling for the next character begins. In other words, no repeats!

Character Roster: - 11/06/2011 UPDATED - now includes Koga's list. Will include the other three once they confirm their re-roll status.
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All teams listed below are based on the creatures used by the characters in their respective appearances in R/B/Y/G/S/C/Ru/Sa/Em/FR/LG/D/P/Pt/HG/SS/K/W. No creatures which these trainers may have had in the anime or in any side-games but not in the main video games proper have been included.
  • Green / Blue:
    • Pidgeot
    • Alakazam
    • Rhydon
    • Exeggutor
    • Gyarados
    • Arcanine
    • Venusaur OR Blastoise OR Charizard (pick one)
    • Sandslash
    • Magneton
    • Cloyster
    • Ninetales
    • Jolteon OR Vaporeon OR Flareon (pick one)
    • Heracross
    • Tyranitar
    • Machamp
    • Rhyperior
  • Red:
    • Pikachu
    • Venusaur
    • Blastoise
    • Charizard
    • Snorlax
    • Espeon
    • Lapras
  • Lance:
    • Dragonair
    • Dragonite
    • Gyarados
    • Aerodactyl
    • Charizard
    • Kingdra
    • Altaria
    • Salamence
    • Garchomp
  • Steven:
    • Skarmory
    • Cradily
    • Claydol
    • Armaldo
    • Aggron
    • Metagross
  • Wallace:
    • Luvdisc
    • Sealeo
    • Seaking
    • Whiscash
    • Milotic
    • Wailord
    • Tentacruel
    • Ludicolo
    • Gyarados
  • Cynthia:
    • Spiritomb
    • Gastrodon
    • Roserade
    • Lucario
    • Milotic
    • Garchomp
    • Togekiss
    • Braviary
    • Eelektross
  • Alder:
    • Accelgor
    • Bouffalant
    • Druddigon
    • Vanilluxe
    • Escavalier
    • Volcarona

Elite Four:
  • Will
    • Xatu
    • Jynx
    • Slowbro
    • Exeggutor
    • Bronzong
    • Grumpig
    • Gardevoir
  • Koga
    • Koffing
    • Weezing
    • Muk
    • Venonat
    • Venomoth
    • Ariados
    • Forretress
    • Crobat
    • Skuntank
    • Toxicroak
    • Swalot
  • Bruno
    • Onix
    • Steelix
    • Hitmonchan
    • Hitmonlee
    • Hitmontop
    • Machamp
    • Hariyama
    • Lucario
  • Karen
    • Umbreon
    • Vileplume
    • Murkrow
    • Honchkrow
    • Gengar
    • Houndoom
    • Weavile
    • Absol
    • Spiritomb

Step 3: You'll select up to six of the creatures listed for your assigned team. Download the Pokémon-Online software, make a Pokémon-Online account, and build your team in the program's Team Builder. Nature, IVs, EVs, moves, held items, battle order, everything's up to you. (No, you do not have to use the moves which the creatures had in the video games.)

Step 4: Battle! I'll declare the official battle format once we know how many people are participating. (Eight or fewer, probably Round Robin. Nine or more, probably double-elimination.) I'll hold off on posting rules about scheduling and disqualification until we know what format we're doing. Rules about item clauses, sleep clauses, repeat Pokémon, etc, will be held off for now as well so that all the rules can be posted together.

Step 5: Have fun! Even if you're not participating, feel free to watch the battles in real time by logging onto the battle server with your Pokémon-Online account. Be courteous and have a good time. For the sake of everybody having fun, all battes will be publically-viewable. This is neither the place nor the time to be worried about your competition "scouting" your team to see what moves you use. This is a casual tourney that's meant to be fun for the whole community.

Last edited by Talon87; 11-06-2011 at 09:22 PM.
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