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    Victor Adonis
    ATORIA CHAMPION

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    Join date : 2012-07-09

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    Rules; Trainers

    Post  Victor Adonis on Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:16 pm

    Trainers can be one of five classes;

    Rookie Trainer

    These are trainers who have only just begun their pokemon journey, usually meeting at Citrine Town to get their starters from Professor Redwood unless they already have their own. They are not well experienced, only just getting their own pokemon, but new trainers are welcome from any age group, from the youngest child to the aged elder.

    All new characters begin at this level. You can have two and only two pokemon; they must be first evolution pokemon and they must have a base stat total of less than 351. For example, even though Pidgeotto has a BST of 349, because he's a secondary evolution he can't be chosen; the player must choose Pidgey, then level it up and evolve it appropriately. By contrast, even though it is a first evolution pokemon, you cannot have a Larvesta because its BST is 360. Rookies cannot have a Pokemon higher than level fifteen at any point, even if they level up legitimately. They will become unruly and abandon the trainer.

    Junior Trainer

    Junior trainers are Pokemon trainers who have spent a small amount of time on the road; they are not well experienced, but they have spent long enough on the road to know how to treat their pokemon with care and battle beyond the beginner standards.

    This class upgrade requires 100 points in total, and you must already be a Rookie. You must also be actively posting for your trainer for at least 10 days. Junior Trainers receive their third pokemon at Level 10. It can be any first evolution pokemon that has a BST of 400 or less and it cannot be a pokemon that is not available at that level; you cannot have a Level 10 Pidgeotto even though it's BST is less than 400. However, juniors also cannot have a pokemon more powerful than level twenty five at any point, even if they level up legitimately. They will become unruly and abandon the trainer.

    Senior Trainer

    The Senior Trainer has been on the road for long enough that they can live by themselves with ease, and have become familiar with the ways, habitats and behaviours of a wide range of pokemon. While their battle skills don't excell, they can appreciate the techniques of the masters, and adapt those techniques for use at their own level.

    This class upgrade requires 250 points in total, and you must already be a Junior. You must also be actively posting for your trainer for at least 20 days. Senior Trainers receive their fourth pokemon at Level 15. It can be a first or second evolution pokemon that has a BST of 450 or less. It must be available at that point, though; you cannot have a level fifteen Piloswine, for example. They can also trade with other trainers for their pokemon, but they must notify a member of staff. Seniors also cannot have a pokemon more powerful than level thirty five at any point, even if they level up legitimately. They will become unruly and abandon the trainer.

    Ace Trainer

    Ace trainers are trainers who truly have begun to match and challenge the higher tier. They stop copying the masters for their strategies, and begin to form their own strategy and identity. They can fight on a much more competitive level and can hold their own against the fierce competition in their tier.

    This class upgrade requires 400 points in total, and you must already be a Senior. You must also be actively posting for your trainer for at least 30 days. Ace Trainers receive their fifth pokemon at Level 25. It can be a first or second evolution pokemon that has a BST of 500 or less, and available at that point; you can't have a Level 25 Muk. They can also trade with other trainers for their pokemon, but they must notify a member of staff. Aces also cannot have a pokemon more powerful than level forty-five at any point, even if they level up legitimately. They will become unruly and abandon the trainer.

    Master Trainer

    The authority of pokemon; of the training, of the fighting and of the raising. They know everything and anything that is needed to be known, and can finally see the league open up before them. Most trainers who take on the Elite Four are masters, and they tend to be the only ones who do well.

    This class upgrade requires 750 points in total, and you must already be an Ace. You must also be actively posting for your trainer for at least 50 days. Master Trainers receive their sixth and final pokemon at Level 40. This can be any pokemon that is available at level 40; you still can't get a Level 40 Dragonite. They can also trade with other trainers for their pokemon, but they must notify a member of staff. There is no level cap for pokemon that masters can have, other than a universal rule that there are no pokemon over level 100.

    On the subject of non-combat trainers

    If you wish for your character to emphasise a different area in pokemon, such as breeding, nursing or running a daycare, or if you want them to focus on a menial occupation, such as running a cafe or hotel that trainers can stop at or working in any other workplace, you'll still need to follow these criteria above. However, rather than reflecting battle skill, your levels will reflect how good at the field you wish to practise your character is. A Rookie Trainer who wants to be a nurse will be far less able than a Master Trainer nurse, who at that point would be amongst the most well-respected nurses in the world, and a cook who uses his fire pokemon to help him in the kitchen will be far less likely to burn the food if he's a higher level of trainer.

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