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my base are belong to you

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 29 2014 · 150 views
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I'm now content with the way my secret base looks. If anyone wants to pay me a visit on Route 121, here's a QR code for you.

Also if anyone wants to share their base's QR code, that'd be cool. :D


Ruby Madness Day 7: The Delta Episode

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 27 2014 · 134 views
Ruby Madness
This obviously contains huge spoilers, since it covers the part of the game that wasn’t in the original Ruby and Sapphire. You have been warned.


These updates might start getting more sparse now. However, once I get my Secret Base looking presentable, I'll post the QR code so you can all visit.


Ruby Madness Day 6: I Demand Celebratory Trumpets

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 26 2014 · 89 views
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The halls leading into the Pokémon League are beautiful…but also frightening. It was almost as if Omega and his team were descending into the underworld in their quest to show their true power. After the last of the Elite Four, Drake, king of Dragons, was defeated, one final hallway opened and led to a doorway emanating heavenly light, beyond which waited…Steven?

Omega was a bit surprised to discover that Steven was the Champion. Looking back, however, it did explain a lot. Now meeting as equals, Omega and Steven sent their Pokémon into battle, willing to give their all. Steven’s Pokémon were much stronger than those of the Elite Four, making the fight incredibly grueling. However, Omega and his Pokémon fought on, knocking out Steven’s team one at a time, somehow avoiding any casualties of their own. Metagross made sure to enter the fight, showing Steven how far they had come with Omega. In the end, Steven sent out his own Mega Metagross, and Omega sent Primal Groudon to meet it head-on. The opponent attacked with its full force, but at the moment of truth, Groudon unleashed one decisive Precipice Blade…and Steven’s final Pokémon was defeated.

With much excitement, Omega and his team were led into the Hall of Fame and officially named Champions of the Hoenn Region. They headed back to Littleroot Town with May, fighting her again at her request. Upon defeating her, they parted ways, and Omega went home for some well-deserved rest.

Our heroes have reached their goals. The world is safe, and they have proven their might. Something ominous looms on the horizon, but for now, let us leave them to their peaceful sleep…

TEAM PROFILE: Omega the Human
TITLES: The Player Character, Wielder of Mega Evolution, Tamer of Groudon, Master of Gyms, Champion of the Hoenn Region
A boy from Litteroot Town who went on to save the world. Omega has found a firm sense of self in his travels and trials with his Pokémon, and now knows exactly who he is. He loves Pokémon, loves battling, and will always do whatever he can, whatever is right, whatever his Pokémon will follow him into. Luckily, his Pokémon trust him as much as he trusts them, so they will continue to inspire each other to greater and greater heights. The sky is the limit…and they will surpass even that!

TEAM PROFILE: Gadunka the Mega Swampert
TITLES: The Starter, The Meme, Gym Slayer, The Kaiju, Braver of the Core, Elite Slayer, Champion Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
Omega’s very first Pokémon, she has been right by his side through thick and thin. Her Mega Evolution might put a focus on raw power, but Gadunka is actually very intelligent and sociable, able to make friends with anyone and find just the right way to take down her enemies. She is a truly fearless Pokémon…though, after that business in Hoenn’s Core, she does have a slight aversion to hot climates.

TEAM PROFILE: Mega Metagross
TITLES: The Shiny Psuedo-Legend, The Other Starter, Chief Recruiting Officer, Gym Slayer, The Superweapon, Elite Slayer, The Champion’s Gift, Champion Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
An extremely rare Pokémon Steven gave to Omega. Metagross may have been a bit wary at first, but they quickly warmed up to the Trainer and his team and now think of them as younger siblings. Metagross is always watching over their friends, and always ready to recruit new friends, helping ease their worries by telling of their own history with Omega. They still have the utmost respect for Steven, but in Metagross’s mind, it is clear that Omega is their trainer.

TEAM PROFILE: Falzar the Shiftry
TITLES: The Dreamer, Gym Slayer, The Tengu, Elite Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
A Pokémon with a bashful nature that hides fierce determination and near limitless energy. Since becoming a Shiftry, Falzar seems to have embraced her Dark type a little more, and has been playing tricks and holding grudges more lately. However, her passion is still friendly sparring matches with the other members of her team, learning how they fight so that she can know how to compliment them should they enter battle together. Falzar has calmed down a bit and sits back a bit more, but she is always ready to jump in at a moment’s notice.

TEAM PROFILE: Armstrong the Hariyama
TITLE: The Muscle, Gym Slayer, Wall Armstrong, Elite Slayer, Champion Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
An enthusiastic Pokémon whose fighting technique has been passed down his family for GENERATIONS…maybe. Armstrong charges on relentlessly, shrugging off even the worst of hits to deliver crushing blows to his enemies. He is willing to lead the way for his team, because he knows that they will always be watching his back.

TEAM PROFILE: Cygnus the Mega Altaria
TITLE: The Successor of Icarus, Gym Slayer, The Shining Star Cloud, Elite Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
A Pokémon who loves to dance even more than she loves to fight. She’ll occasionally join in sparring matches with the team, but she prefers to give them dance lessons, and has become a very important calming voice amongst the team. She always has a way to soothe the other’s fears, and always encourages them to embrace their creativity without fear.

TEAM PROFILE: Primal Groudon
TITLE: The Legend, The Kaiju, Gym Slayer, Elite Slayer, Avatar of the Land, Champion Slayer, Hall of Fame Member
A super-ancient Pokémon imbued with the power of the land. Through intensive training in Victory Road, Groudon has learned to control their Primal Regression with the help of Omega and the team. They may not have been a member of the team for very long, but they have quickly formed a strong bond of trust with the trainer and Pokémon who were willing to forgive their berserk actions. Groudon will not hesitate to use every last ounce of its legendary power to help its friends.

TEAM PROFILE: Icarus the Swellow
TITLE: The Doomed, The Retired
A Tailow who encountered Omega early in his journey. He was with the team for a short time, during which he more than proved his worth, but still ended up retiring to give Cygnus his spot on the active team. Icarus has taken to keeping the PC in order, watching over the other boxed Pokémon like they were his own family. When he meets with his previous comrades, it’s like no time has passed—they remain great friends, and his efforts have never been forgotten.

TITLES: The Legend, The Supersonic
A Legendary Pokémon who joined with Omega but didn’t fight in that many battles. He tended to stay back and watch the team’s efforts, though was essential in Diving into the Seafloor Cavern and Sootopolis City. These days, he pokes around in the PC and flies Omega around the region whenever he hears the Eon Flute, and just generally finds ways to enjoy himself.


Ruby Madness Day 5: We Will Be ForEver Grande

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 25 2014 · 109 views
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It didn’t take too much effort to get to Ever Grande City. What was a little harder was getting through Victory Road. Omega pressed deeper and deeper into the dark cave, fending off wild Pokémon and powerful Trainers, primarily with Groudon. When at long last he emerged on the other side, he was surprised to see Wally there to greet him. The young Trainer impressed Omega with his newfound resolve, so Omega threw everything he had at the boy. After Wally’s Mega Gallade fell, he congratulated Omega and vowed to get stronger, giving Omega a Dawn Stone as he headed into the Pokémon League.

Though their levels might have seemed a little low, the team fought valiantly against the members of the Elite Four. Sidney, the Dark specialist. Phoebe, the master of Ghost. Glacia, with her command of Ice. All but Gadunka rightfully earned the title of “Elite Slayer” among just these three. Gadunka plans to claim this title in the near future, however. Omega and his team are resting now, but soon they will continue on to the final member of the Elite Four, and beyond that, the Champion. Maybe the world isn’t at stake if they lose, but they still don’t see losing an option. These battles will prove just how close they have become and how much they trust each other, and proving that, to them, is even more important than saving the world.

NEW TITLE AQUISITIONS: For Omega, “Elite Two”; For Metagross, “Elite Slayer”; For Falzar, “Elite Slayer”; For Armstrong, “Elite Slayer”, “Wall Armstrong”; For Cygnus, “Elite Slayer”; For Groudon, “Elite Slayer", "Avatar of the Land”


Ruby Madness Day 4: Taste the Power of the Sun

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 24 2014 · 134 views
Ruby Madness
Omega made his way to Mt. Pyre, discovering it to be a place where dead Pokémon are laid to rest. For Team Magma to siege such a place…unforgiveable! He made his way to the summit, but was too late: Maxie stole the Red Orb and escaped while Omega battled Courtney. The elders gave Omega the Blue Orb so that he may have a means of countering the Red Orb. He then set off for Slateport, where he failed to stop Team Magma from stealing the newly-made submarine, then back to Lilycove to invade Team Magma’s “secret” hideout.

It was a confusing path through warp panels, but Omega ventured forth. Deep within the base he discovered the Master Ball, something he knew he could not leave in the hands of such villains, so he took it and went onward. Five grunts battled him at once, but one Surf from Mega Gadunka was more than enough to take them out. Unfortunately, Maxie escaped yet again…this is getting ridiculous.

Omega next went to Mossdeep City, where he hoped the Gym Leaders would know of some way to help him. After defeating them with the duo of Falzar and Cygnus (Metang evolving into Metagross somewhere along the way), a massive pillar of light shot into the sky out of the sea, and Steven told Omega that this was bad news. After receiving Dive, Omega went to the Seafloor Cavern to discover the super-ancient Pokémon…Groudon. Maxie fought Omega with the power of Mega Evolution, but though Omega defeated him, he still was able to use the Red Orb to awaken Groudon and send them on a rampage.

The sun in the sky blazed. It was clear that if something was not done, the immense heat would raze the entire world. Omega, Maxie, Archie, and Steven all headed to Sootopolis City, home of the Cave of Origin which was said to contain a substance that would allow Groudon to achieve Primal Regression. Using the Magma Suit and the Blue Orb, Omega and his Pokémon were able to chase Groudon down to the deepest level, a place Gym Leader Wallace called Hoenn’s Core. There, Groudon reverted to their Primal state, and prepared to bring about the end of the world.

Omega and his Pokémon knew that they could not run. No matter how dangerous this might be, they knew that they had the power to stop it, and if they passed up that chance they would never be able to live with themselves. Gadunka Mega Evolved and launched into battle with Primal Groudon…and yet, Omega found he could not ask his starter to defeat the Legendary Pokémon. The entire way here, Groudon seemed confused, as if they were not in their right mind. Perhaps the Red Orb had transferred some of Maxie’s crazed zeal into them, and that combined with the grogginess of being asleep for thousands of years awakened them improperly, forcing them to go berserk against their will. It might be a risk to the world, but…Omega could not bring himself to defeat a Pokémon who seemed so lost in their own mind.

The battle only grew more ferocious. It was no easy task to keep Gadunka from falling before the awesome might of Primal Regression. Omega felt he must keep the Master Ball for something else (a strange feeling he can not explain), so he threw Ultra Ball after Ultra Ball at the Pokémon, watching as they all burst apart and were melted to slag. Just when he was about to give up hope, the unthinkable happened…it worked. An Ultra Ball locked firmly, Primal Groudon inside it. As the Poke Ball teleported to the PC, Omega breathed a sigh of relief.

TEAM PROFILE: Primal Groudon
TITLE: The Legend, The Kaiju, Gym Slayer
A super-ancient Pokémon with the power to call down blazing sunlight and expand the land. Once their senses returned and they realized the danger they had posed, they regretted their actions and determined to learn how to better control their Primal power. The team has welcomed them with open arms—Gadunka in particular loves to spar with them in clashes of Primal vs Mega that might cause a little too much collateral damage. Groudon has accepted Omega and the team as their own family, and trusts them to watch over them should Primal Regression overwhelm them.

There was little time to relax, however. Energy spewed upward from the Cave of Origin, bathing the entire region in dazzling light and forcing Omega to quickly escape. Once safely outside, he was congratulated on his efforts and given the Red Orb, being told that, with the Blue Orb to counteract it, he may be able to control Primal Groudon in short bursts. Steven also granted Omega the Eon Flute, allowing him to call Latios to his side whenever needed to soar through the sky. After a short rest, Omega tried this and discovered a Pokémon named Uxie, another difficult capture that he was eventually able to pull off. That was enough catching for one day, he thought. Back to Sootopolis.

Withdrawing Groudon from the PC, Omega experimented with Primal Regression in Sootopolis’s Gym. And, guess what? Having a Pokémon with a 770 base stat total and an ability that renders all Water moves null and void in a Water Gym makes said Water Gym and absolute breeze. Groudon did not suffer a single point of damage as they obliterate Wallace’s Pokémon. When all was said and done, the Gym Leader congratulated Omega, gave him the HM for Waterfall, and informed him that Professor Birch had perfected a new Pokedex. Omega paid the Professor a visit and received the National Pokedex, and then decided to take a nice rest before starting the next phase of his journey.

Omega doesn’t really consider himself a hero: he and his team just did what was in their power, what was right. Now the world is safe, and he can continue to enjoy spending time with his Pokémon. And the best way to do that would seem to be…challenging the Pokémon League, perhaps?

NEW TITLE AQUISTIONS: For Omega, “Tamer of Groudon”, “Master of Gyms”; For Gadunka, “Braver of the Core”; For Metagross, “The Superweapon”; For Falzar, “Gym Slayer”; For Cygnus, “Gym Slayer”, "The Shining Star Cloud"; For Armstrong, "The Mighty Wall"


Ruby Madness Day 3: ABSOLutely Insane

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 23 2014 · 129 views
Ruby Madness
From Mauville, Omega headed to the cable car and rode to the top of Mt. Chimney, where he found Team Aqua and Team Magma engaged in battle. He found and defeated Maxie, but the Team Magma leader then decided to hand over the meteorite and leave. Um…okay? Then he went to Lavaridge Town, where he rode his bike in the hot springs (seriously, you can do this, it’s great) and defeated Flannery thanks to Gadunka.

After that, May took us right back to Petalburg, where Omega defeated his father in battle using only Armstrong. It was a great accomplishment that helped Omega to feel that he had become his own person free from his father’s shadow. Then we met Wally, who took us to Mauville, and went in the general direction of Fortree City.

Before we made it, though, we encountered Steven again, as well as the Legendary Pokémon Latias. Latias took us to see Latios, who was under attack by Team Magma. Omega repelled them, prompting Latios to join his team and Steven to give him a Mega Bracelet. Mega Evolution is now possible! But, Latios probably won’t stay on the team…

Team Magma also messed things up at the Weather Institute, but Omega dealt with them pretty easily there as well. He learned that Team Magma seemed to be after the power of an ancient Pokémon named Groudon, which used something called Primal Reversion…sounds cool. Anyway, we then got the Devon Scope, caught a Keckleon, and defeated Winona thanks to Gadunka knowing Rock Slide.

After that, Omega made it to Lilycove City to defeat May and get Altarianite. Along the way, DexNav helped him catch a wild Absol with a Life Orb(?!), which was rather unexpected. Anyway, looks like Team Magma is still up to something, now at Mt. Pyre. That group of thugs is really starting to get on Omega’s nerves, and now he’s confident that he has the power to stop their nefarious deeds. And, hey, if he has the power, he sees no reason not to use it.

Ah, Evolutions, let’s see…Gadunka is now a (Mega) Swampert, Falzar is now a Shiftry, and Cygnus is now a (Mega) Altaria. All I’m waiting for is Metang to evolve so I can use Shiny Mega Metagross, and then Primal Groudon. I can’t wait!

NEW TITLE AQUISTIONS: For Omega, “Bearer of the Heat Badge”, “Bearer of the Balance Badge”, “Bearer of the Feather Badge”, “Wielder of Mega Evolution”; For Gadunka, “The Kaiju”; For Falzar, “The Tengu”; For Armstrong, “Gym Slayer”


Ruby Madness Day 2: WHAT TEAM?!

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 22 2014 · 105 views
Ruby Madness
After dealing with a Team Magma grunt, Omega sails to Dewford Town to deliver a letter from the head of the Devon Corporation. He’s not really sure how he got dragged into that, but, eh, there’s a Gym there. Icarus and Beldum wreaked havoc in Brawly’s Gym, with the latter taking on the Leader single-handedly!

NEW TITLE ACQUISITION: For Omega, “Bearer of the Knuckle Badge”; for Beldum, “Gym Slayer”

After that, Brawly told us to look for Steven in Granite Cave. We headed right there…and then dawdled a bit, just long enough to catch a Makuhita.

TEAM PROFILE: Armstrong the Hariyama
TITLE: The Muscle
An enthusiastic Pokémon who can go from quiet to loud in an instant. Armstrong takes great pride in his every move, insisting that each of his attacks has been passed down his family for GENERATIONS (including the ones he just learned…). He is energetic but patient, and, despite what setbacks he may encounter, always manages to bounce back.

When Omega met Steven, it was discovered that he was the one who sent Beldum to him. Apparently, Steven has a bunch of shiny Beldum and entrusts them to Trainers he thinks has potential. Weird. Anyway, we delivered the letter and then went on to Slateport to deliver the Devon Parts (I should be getting a paycheck at this point…). Team Magma was occupying the city’s museum. Omega isn’t quite sure what to think about them: one member said they work for the good of mankind, and the very next member he talked to mentioned how excited he was to commit nefarious deeds. Oh, the contradictions. This led to an encounter with Maxie, the Head of Team Magma. He explained his ideals, which Omega thought sounded fairly reasonable…but that sinister look kind of undermines any trust that he may have placed in him.

So, then it was on to Mauville City. By this point, Gadunka, Beldum, and Icarus had all evolved. Omega met Wally, who challenged him to a battle, but the young Trainer only had his Ralts, who was quickly dispatched with a single Iron Head from Metang. Oh well. Then it was on to Watson. Gadunka, now a Marshtomp, did all the heavy lifting—Armstrong tried fighting Watson’s Magneton, but was knocked out, so Gadunka ended up sweeping. Omega was excited at their success, but also had the strangest feeling that, somewhere, an Omastar was weeping…

NEW TITLE ACQUISITION: For Gadunka, “Gym Slayer”; for Omega, “Bearer of the Dynamo Badge”

Omega then picked up a Mach Bike and headed north. After learning about Secret Bases and reaching Fallarbor Town (Armstrong evolving in the process), he learned that Team Magma was up to no good yet again and went to stop them…after catching another new Pokémon. Sadly, this meant the end of Icarus’s time on the time, but at least he was able to have fun and evolve into a Swellow while it lasted. Farewell for now, my friend.

TEAM PROFILE: Cygnus the Swablu
TITLE: The Successor of Icarus
A Swablu who has taken over after Icarus’s departure. She feels a bit strange joining a team that has already been together for so long, but the others have done their very best to make her feel welcome, and she has a feeling that they will soon become great friends. Loves dancing.

NEW TITLE ACQUISTION: For Icarus, “The Retired”

Omega wanted to keep Icarus on the team, but that last slot was taken by a Mightyena being kept around for Rock Smashing and Secret Power…ing. They pushed on, training Cygnus as much as possible, and fought Magma Admin Tabitha at Meteor Falls. After that some other people showed up claiming to be from Team Aqua, and they also made some thinly veiled threats before walking off. Man, everyone’s got a team these days…

Omega went back to Mauville with May and began planning his next move. While a bit worried about what Teams Magma and Aqua might be up to, he is excited to press on with his Pokémon, because spending time in battle with them makes him feel happier than he ever has.


Legend of...Really?

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 22 2014 · 198 views

Well, I got distracted by awesome games and didn't watch the new episode of Korra until just now, and I have to say...something...I just can't figure out what to say because I'm currently convinced I'm trapped in some alternate gag universe and need to escape to see the real episode.

I don't mean to sound obnoxious, but...man. For starters, when you have seven episodes left before the end of the entire series, why would you stop and take a whole episode just for flashbacks? It doesn't help that the first third of it is all about Mako and that agonizing love triangle no one actually likes. Granted, the characters breaking in with chibi portraits to call him out was funny, but I feel like we could've gotten that without wasting time on flashbacks.

The second part felt completely unnecessary, and Korra deciding to stop worrying and just fight on seemed awfully sudden to me, plus I think Doppelganger Super Korra should have made at least a tiny appearance if nothing else.

And then we get to the third and, I think, greatest part of the episode, which is Varrick rewriting the entire plot as a cheesy mover that I totally was not thinking I would love to go see. Genius as this whole bit is, the edits to the re-used animation were really, really obvious, and the minimal effort turns the grand ridiculousness into something less entertaining than it could've been.

So I mean there were parts where I was laughing hysterically, but I can't shake the feeling that it's a missed opportunity. I'm sure the team has their reasons for doing the episode this way--I just need to complain a little so I can let go of the negativity by the (hopefully) new episode next week.

And no I'm not using spoiler tags, it's a flashback episode, there's no point.


Ruby Madness Day 1: Everyone Gets a Title (Or Five)

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 21 2014 · 116 views
Ruby Madness
I went to a midnight event to pick up Ruby and Smash, though I needed to sleep afterwards. This morning I started Ruby, and Trainer Omega started on his journey! He soon found that Professor Birch was in trouble, and to save him, Omega teamed up with his very first Pokémon.

TEAM PROFILE: Gadunka the Mudkip
TITLES: The Starter, The Meme
Omega’s very first Pokémon! The two have already formed a close bond, and they are ready to take on the world! When Omega walks around towns, Gadunka will walk behind him and play with the local folks. She is well-liked.

After that, Omega met May and battled and caught a few more Pokémon, learning how to use the very nifty DexNav that he probably won’t rely on a whole lot but still admits is super, super cool. He also used Pokémon Link to get a ton of extra Poke Balls. Turns out that Linking things from the demo only works once a day, which is kind of a bummer, but not really a big deal. As Omega was on his way out, someone stopped him at the Pokémon Center, giving him a new Pokémon.

TITLES: The Shiny Psuedo-Legend, The Other Starter, Chief Recruiting Officer
An extremely rare Pokémon that someone named Steven Stone had delivered to Omega very early on in his journey. Beldum hasn’t completely warmed up to Omega yet, but they are exceedingly curious and can often be seen hovering over the shoulder of Omega or their teammates.

The Shiny Metagrossite-holding Beldum can be obtained over the Internet via Mystery Gift until mid-January, and it actually knows useful moves (including Hold Back) rather than just Take Down! Hold Back has proved immensely useful in catching Pokémon, with two other important team members being brought on board thanks to it.

TEAM PROFILE: Falzar the Nuzleaf
TITLES: The Dreamer, Gym Slayer
A young Pokémon Omega met and captured as a Seedot near the beginning of his journey. She has a bashful nature, but despite this, Falzar hides a limitless determination, which is why Omega decided to name her after a ferocious creature of legend. Falzar likes to spar with the rest of the team—her record wasn’t looking so good at first, but now that she’s evolved and learned Razor Leaf, she can usually get the upper hand on Gadunka.

TEAM PROFILE: Icarus the Tailow
TITLE: The Doomed
A Tailow who encountered Omega early in his journey. Omega knew a Flying type would be useful, but feared that he would not keep a Pokémon like Tailow or Wingull on his team for very long, and so was reluctant to catch one. In battle, Bledum expressed this to Icarus, who decided that, even if he might end up in a PC before too long, he wanted to help Omega and the team for as long as he could. Even if he may not get much time with the team, he is determined to enjoy what time he does have.

Icarus had some training in the Petalburg Woods, and is at a decent level. Beldum’s level is a little low, but that’s because they won’t obey me if they go over Level 20 and I want to use them against Brawly, so…they’re holding back for now. It was difficult to train Falzar at first, since she had no usable moves (Bide, Harden, Growth), but that all changed in Rustboro City. By this point, Omega had received the EXP Share, so the whole team was benefitting while Gadunka was sweeping the Rustboro Gym Trainers and their Geodudes. When the last trainer was defeated, Falzar evolved, learning Razor Leaf in the process, so it was decided that she would lead the battle against Roxanne to prove how much she had grown.

She took the Gym Leader down all on her own. She needed a Potion or two, but she absolutely obliterated Roxanne’s Pokémon, earning her the title of Gym Slayer (subject to change). We celebrated as a team, but it seems that shady organization calling themselves Team Magma is up to something, so I should look into that before too long. But…maybe after taking a break to watch Korra and play Smash.

NEW TITLE ACQUISITION: For Omega, "Bearer of the Stone Badge"

When thinking about Omega’s character in all this, I thought that he might wonder if he was going on a Pokémon journey just to follow in his father’s footsteps, and question whether or not this is really want to do. But then, he’d look over at Gadunka and Falzar sparring with each other, with Beldum floating nearby and Icarus perched on Beldum’s back, and the happy feelings that would fill him would be too genuine to deny. He’s on this journey because it’s what he wants. And there you go, the first piece of his identity falls into place.


Ruby Madness Day 0: The Madness Begins (...Soon)

Posted by Pahrak #0579 , Nov 20 2014 · 125 views
Ruby Madness
As you may or may not know, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are releasing this Friday! I have Omega Ruby all paid off, and once I pick it up (which I may or may not do at a midnight event) I’ll probably start shirking all my responsibilities to blast through it. However, I thought that this time I’d try to keep a constant log on my progress, and maybe expand my character/team outside of what’s given in the plot because I’m a nerd.

And yes, that title is absolutely necessary.

Once ORAS is out, I’ll try to type an entry daily. I make no promises though. I already have a team in mind, but I guess I won’t know for sure what they’ll be like until we start traveling together. Either way, I look forward to meeting them and exploring the Hoenn region!

And, to get things started off, our first Team Profile.


TEAM PROFILE: Omega the Human
TITLE: The Player Character
Our Player Character, a boy from Littleroot Town ready to set out across the Hoenn region! As of yet, he hasn’t quite found a real sense of identity, and hopes that this journey will help him discover who he is.

Bravely Second Asterisk Guide

1. Freelancer
2. Valkyrie
3. Red Mage
4. Time Mage
5. Performer
6. Tomahawk
7. Swordmaster
8. Wizard
9. Cat Master
10. Astrologer Update 1/23
11. Ranger
12. Exorcist Update 1/28
13. Patissier Update 1/23

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