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Pokemon: The Wet Dream

Pokemon: The Wet Dream. I came. Would you? Credit:JHallComics. TIE‘ El? Ware.' a lei TELL , -HILL LN: wav, tiffin rue‘ .e? eegh' ta a {Eff Valeda L: trbtm, rjlr

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#5 - SomeSortofBacon
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(07/31/2013) [-]
this will be useful for **** sessions
#2 - thecomkiller
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(07/31/2013) [-]
Please, by Namira's moldy tits, let this happen
Please, by Namira's moldy tits, let this happen
User avatar #4 to #2 - bothemastaofall
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Namira's moldy tits lol. I'm using that.
User avatar #6 - shadowstepone
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(07/31/2013) [-]
it's also free, and comes with a free blowjob.
User avatar #7 to #6 - swagloon
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(07/31/2013) [-]
Now I know you're just pulling my leg. You're saying I don't have to pay to suck Satoshi's dick.
#11 - notsochosentroll
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(07/31/2013) [-]
Later in reanimation.
#10 - CommonJoo
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(07/31/2013) [-]
And upon release, the world's economy collapses because everyone is at home playing pokemon
User avatar #12 to #10 - reican
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see that bike that you want? 1MILLION POKEDOLLARS PLEASE!
#8 - tittylovin
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#19 - lordraine
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(08/01/2013) [-]
I do think that Nintendo should totally make a hand-held Pokemon MMO on the 3DS that opens up the whole world as we've seen it thus far. It would allow you to go everywhere, fight everyone, get all the badges, participate in multiple Region Leagues, introduce a new World League composed solely of NPCs and players who have beaten all of the Elite 4 Leagues, and allow you to pick your starter region (and thus, your starter Pokemon), but you can earn the starters of other regions through quests and by filling out your Pokedex.

Think of it this way: You boot the game up. You go to character creation. Boy, girl, name, ect. It creates an online Pokemon profile that everyone can see. Total number of Pokemon caught, Pokedex data, battles won, battles lost, ect. You can also customize your appearance, but your options are limited in that area (for now). Then you're prompted to choose your region. You do, and your associated Pokemon Professor gives you the rundown on how things are.

You're given a basic opening tutorial, allowed to choose a starter, and given a Pokedex. As you fill out the Pokedex to certain thresholds, you are 'rewarded' with certain items and Pokemon, such as gaining a Master Ball for every full Region and generation that's filled out, or being gifted with a semi-rare Pokemon like Scyther for, say, fifty new Pokemon from that region.

Certain Pokemon would also be elevated outside of the normal listings to make things fair. For instance, Mew, and other Event Pokemon, would be considered "Special Pokemon," and not be required for the game to give you full completion. Acquiring Mew, Shaymin, and other similar Pokemon through an in-game tourney or Rare Event would give you the classic "101%" completion for that area or Pokemon set.
#20 to #19 - lordraine
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As you travel, new areas are opened up for exploration. As your hit certain milestones in your own accomplishments, you unlock new base skins to use for your appearance, to dress up your character. Catching twenty Flying types and evolving ten of them nets you the Bird Trainer base skin, for instance, while other "specialist" skins could be unlocked by accomplishing similar things with Ghost, Psychic, Ice, or Water types. Other, more advanced skins require meeting multiple objectives, or having multiple skins unlocked beforehand (for instance, the Ace Trainer Skin is only rewarded upon acquiring five other specialist skins and also beating a Regional League), while others might require specific events to take place (you can only use the Dragon Trainer Skin if you pass the Dragon Trial at the Dragon Shrine). Once you have a skin, you can modify it further by tweaking it's colors and adding purchased accessories, like sunglasses, hats, vests, and scarves. This allows you to customize and earn your appearance, starting from a Rookie Trainer skin all the way up to a Pokemon Master skin, and gives everyone the opportunity to differentiate themselves from each other in an MMO setting.

So you can control and change your appearance, which evolves as your trainer grows and becomes more skilled. So how does that work?

Each Region has it's own League, it's own Elite, and it's own Gym Leaders. In order to challenge the Elite, you need to defeat the Gym Leaders. They and the gym trainers who assist them all have Pokemon sets that are leveled to the highest level Pokemon in your team, so things remain fair. Upon defeating each of them and earning their badges, you can challenge the Region Elite, and their reigning Champion. Defeat the Champion, and you gain that Region's Elite Badge, which 'replaces' the Gym Badges of that Region, essentially acting as a superbadge.
#21 to #20 - lordraine
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Collect every Elite Badge, and you unlock access to the World League, which is comprised solely of other Players and NPC Champions, and contains Pokemon Stadium style challenges and PvP battles, with special engagement rules and unique prizes, like ultra-rare items, shiny Pokemon, and event related objects up for gabs, like Aeon Tickets.

To make things even more interesting, once you reach the top, you're allowed to "Prestige." You keep your global rank, but willingly forefit all of your Pokemon and Items, which are banked and kept in storage. This allows you to start again once your League Rankings are maxed out, allowing you to pick new Starters and fight through the game making new choices. Once certain thresholds are reached, portions of your Bank are unsealed, giving you access to TMs, HMs, Items, and Pokemon at or below certain levels relative to the one you have reached. Pokemon, TMs, HMs, and other items would likely be Region-locked in addition to being only available at certain levels. The only way to unseal your Bank entirely is to re-earn all of the Elite Badges, and re-gain admittance into the World League.

Upon doing so, you gain a Star on your Trainer Profile, and unlock special items, skins, and accessories, both for yourself and for your Pokemon. You can Prestige as many times as you like, acquiring full sets of Starters and earning additional Stars and premiere accessories and items as you go, some of which might unlock access to new areas, such as an overhauled and expanded Sevii Islands, or a premiere Pokemon Spa with unique encounters and special services like changing a Pokemon's Nature or allowing you to train new Abilities onto them to replace their old ones.
#22 to #21 - lordraine
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The Global League would be multi-connective, but also partially hands off. Two people don't have to be in the same place at the same time to battle, although there would be areas dedicated to that. Instead, while competing, you leave "echos" of yourself in those tourneys, which linger after you yourself leave, and can challenge others in your absence using your team roster and the tactics the game records you as using most frequently. These "Ghosts" can be rated by others, and it's even possible to face yourself should you frequent the same brackets repeatedly.

There would also be a form of "raiding" a-la Darksouls, where you can run into other players while outside the World League areas. However, players can toggle this on and off at any time under Options, and there would be further limitations to prevent deliberate griefing, such as disallowing PvP field confrontations in Gyms and Towns except in designated buildings and areas, and tiering players up into different brackets based on both the average level of their overall team, and the level of the strongest Pokemon on their team, to prevent more powerful players from griefing weaker ones, and to mitigate exploits in that system, such as running a team of five level 10 Pokemon and one level 100 (average Pokemon level would be 25, which would put them in the 25-30 bracket, but because the game also checks the level of your strongest Pokemon, it sees you with a single level 100, and bumps you up to the strongest bracket as a result).

There could even be global and regional 'events,' such as Swarming Pokemon or randomized Team [WHATEVER] Activity, giving players changing goals and an evolving world to participate in. It could even be possible to arrange for Raid-style encounters against "unchained" Legendaries or nonrandom surges of criminal activity, playing out an overarching global story in addition to the player's on person one.

I case you can't tell, I've thought about this a lot.
#9 - laxwarriord
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(07/31/2013) [-]
Even though i dont follow the pokemon games in a large way, starting your own gym sounds so ******* awesome
#3 - anon
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......Your excited leaning towards your screen with a smile...then u see the comments and realize......its fake....your newly founded hopes and dreams fall shattering upon the ashes of your former excitement!
#1 - anon
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(07/31/2013) [-]
If this came out, no on, absolutely no one, would ever complain about pokemon ever again unless it was about other players.
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