Heart melting. .. The greatest sacrifice ever in pokemon: I had just beaten Misty and to the north of Cerulean city, there was a trainer dealing with a troublesome Charmander. Ha
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Submitted: 02/14/2013
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#4 - bothemastaofall (02/14/2013) [+] (9 replies)
The greatest sacrifice ever in pokemon:

I had just beaten Misty and to the north of Cerulean city, there was a trainer dealing with a troublesome Charmander. Having needed a fire type pokemon at the time I decided to take the little fellow off his hands. His combat prowess was considerably low. Even the nearby Oddish were a challenge at first, despite his type advantage. He improved though, and grew to like me as well, in the same way one might look back on a hard class. I tought him discipline and resolve and tenacity. As a result, he evolved to Charmeleon.
This training was especially useful during the fight with Surge. Every one of my other pokemon fell to his rigid Raichu, but just when the going was tough, he came through with a dig, lauched that Raichu into the air, and slammed him into the ground for the win.
After that, the way was impassable into Lavander Town, so we had to move through rock tunnel. Despite all warnings about how we should be equipped with Flash, we decided that we didn't need Flash in order to navigate. We figured someone else could help us.
We were wrong.
The way was black as pitch, and we wandered for a day. My other pokemon began to faint one by one to the other trainers and wild pokemon. Just as we thought it wasn't going to get any worse, a zubat ambushed us and poisened Charmeleon. I thought we were done for, but something happened, Charmeleon began to sneeze. He sneezed fire. I tried to return him to his pokeball, but he came out again, took a couple of steps, and sneezed again, this time lighting up the whole cavern for an instant. His health noticibly got worse though, but he kept on walking.
Eventually, he couldn't stand, so I carried him, and his sneezing turned to coughing. sporadic coughing, lighting less and less of the cavern. We finally saw the exit, but just before our fatefull excape from the night filled hell, his heart stopped. He went cold.

And that is what Charmeleon means to me. Sacrifice and tenacity will prevail.
#11 - baconmansenior (02/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#7 - felixjarl ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
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Just get a few pokemon with some extreme necromantic powers.
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#28 - ichbinlecher (02/15/2013) [-]
I remember several times in a nuzlock challenge that I had to stop in the grass with a pokemon near dead and desperately try to grind by switching it out and battling wild pokemon so I could barely make it to the center. At the very least, it is easier if you somehow get a pokemon with pickup.
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User avatar #3 - docxy (02/14/2013) [-]
...oh god drumstick
#2 - anonymous (02/14/2013) [-]
I'm glad they got rid of poison damage in the overworld in Black/White.

It's a pretty ancient mechanic as far as RPG status effects go.
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