Go Go Power Rangers! No, seriously, get out of my way, I have trainers to beat and Pokemon to catch, get to steppin', chump.
More epic legendary adventures as our Pokemon Prism Nuzlocke / Let's Play continues, this episode we take down the final Power Ranger, Red! ...Wait, THAT Red?!
Nintendo and Game Freak tried to pull this game out of circulation days before its official release, but thankfully I, like most other Poketubers was able to download it when it was leaked.
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Any Pokémon that faints is considered dead, and must be released or put in the Pokémon Storage System permanently.
The player may only catch the first Pokémon encountered in each area, and none else. If the first Pokémon encountered faints or flees, there are no second chances. If the first encounter in the area is a Double Battle in dark grass, the player may choose which of the two Pokémon they would like to catch.
While not exactly a definite rule, the general consensus is that players must also nickname all of their Pokémon, for the sake of forming stronger emotional bonds.
Also not a definite rule, but the general consensus is that a black out/white out is considered to be "game over", even if there are Pokémon left in the PC.
Strongly implied, though not explicitly mentioned in the comic, is the stipulation that the player can use only Pokémon they have captured themselves, meaning traded Pokémon, mystery gifts, etc., are prohibited. Trading and retrading the same Pokémon (for the purpose of evolving a Graveler, for example) is something of…