Trapinch is claimed || I was once IceKyurem/Rainbowkit || Avvy by King Corpse
Gaiz and galz, if you like Inazuma Eleven, I reccomend joining the Inazuma Eleven Fan forum. It's like BMGf, but instead of being for Pokémon it's for I11. Oh yeah, and it's not as big as BMGf.
Is it allowed to look for people to battle on this thread? (Sorry, I'm new.)
Do I get to choose my own Pokemon's abilities?
From the PE2K URPG section.
Yes I am a ref & yes, I made Soviet Bidoof
Questions/Comments/Concerns --> Imperialpineaple on aim.
URPG StatsSumerianRevenant 7:06 pm
Ambipom @ 43.78% Par Spe+1 | Jolteon @ 88.62% Spe+1 | Moves?
I have done it both ways, multiple times
And always get complaints either way
Challenge my PE2K URPG Gym: Sunyshore
Idea of Unofficial URPG Wager Tournament. Like, IM me or whatever the hell you wanna do if you like it and would be interested in joining.
Sign up Requirements- 10K and 6 pokemon.
This proposed tournament would begin at next gift station. At said station everyone would gift the organiser (for example, me) a Daycare Pass, which is essentially the 10k buy in. The tournament will then run either as a round-robin league or a straight KO tournament (Battles will still be legal URPG battles and count towards normal wages and money for battlers). The Winner of the Tournament will gain all the money that was originally put in. Payment for the winner can work in different ways. the Organiser could add EMs to a Mart Mon of the winners choice and gift it, or if they want it on a story mon, they could trade with the Organiser for a blank Mart Mon ( the cost of which taken out of money for EMing) and then the Organiser would add the moves and gift it. Really any method will work that wont break URPG rules (could even gift the DC passes back, but that would take a long time)
For a League Style, i wouldnt really mind the number of participants as long as it was over 4. For a Tournament, i would like it so that the number of Byes were kept to a minimum, but that can be figured out later.
EDIT: The reason for the long winded money situation is because currently it is unofficial, so it wouldnt be allowed to just type 32K-10k=22K in a thread and the winner claims at the end. Unless it was made official. *NudgeNudge*
Last edited by Mubz; 18th November 2011 at 05:51 PM.
Airik 7:42 pm
i just hope that when puberty hits he grows out of pokemon
I like the premise, but I find the idea of it being unofficial to be much more interesting... Maybe unofficial ideas will bring some fresh new energy into the URPG?
The only drawback is that it takes two gift stations, as you probably noticed. It also requires trust in the organizer, who also has to make sure he/she has saved up enough money by the next gift station. That won't be that hard if it's like 4 people, but 10 could be hard and could require the organizer to be able to spend his money on basically nothing (although he/she has 10 DC passes) for a while. Also, nobody likes waiting.
An alternative idea is that each person that enters promises to gift the winner whatever he/she wants worth 10k or less and purchasable. If he/she asks for a TM from some people, he isn't really getting the full amount he won (since all TMs are worth less than 10k), but if that's his/her choice, then that's what it is. Also, some of the participants may already be gifting that person something for like a surprise and complications could occur with that. I guess he/she could tell them they don't want the prize from them, just the normal gift, if they find that more desirable. Furthermore, you would have to trust many more people, instead of just one: the organizer. If someone doesn't pay up, you could shun them for the rest of their URPG life I guess.
You could do it the original way as well, I'm just pointing out a shorter way, although it has its own flaws.
But if it was official it would just be much more convenient, and no disputes over people not paying up or some kind of evil organizer would arise. ?_? If it was an official tournament, it would have to compete with other tournament ideas, and the most tournaments there have been at once is two, iirc. There are so many tournament ideas...
Last edited by Pidge; 18th November 2011 at 07:36 PM.