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Ytinrete
October 4th, 2008, 05:19 PM
Note: This is a modified version of SupahFunk's RP "Welcome to the world." I did get permission from him to use it so no, this is not stolen.
PG-15 (mild bloody stuff, it is weird monster time after all.)
(Note again: this will be short, as the in game time will only be about two weeks, then all surviving players will have won. If you can not be active every day, do not worry. Just have your posts skip time if necessary.)
Plot:


Hello, the main objective here is to survive. You have an arsenal of what your character can do, as you are all pokemon. The last thing you remember is camping in the forest, when suddenly one of your friends makes an odd whistling noise, and these huge Ursaring stepped out of the woods into your clearing. You were all knocked out by these giants and left for dead in an abandoned boarding school.

The thing about the school is that it was closed last fall after some mysterious murders happened on the school grounds. All that was left of the victims was a large red stain on the ground near various parts of the building. These where never solved, but a trap door was found, leading to a lab with many bodies. Every member of the staff had crossed the border by this time so none where charged. The only thing you know about your location is that it is somewhere near the Crane mountains in a foreign country.

You must survive until you can find a way out, (The game time is real time, so once two weeks pass from when I start the game, its over. I will give you warnings, telling you that the end is near.) which means finding a key, and not being killed by the twisted inhabitants of the once school. The only problem with this is that the last known key to the school was with the people who investigated the lab, and they where never seen again. First you must make it to the cafeteria, for food, then you must survive, and search for any items to help you along the way.

Rules:

1: Be nice.
2: Don't go crazy with the blood.
3: Don't be mean.
4:OBEY!

Sign up sheet:

Name:

Age:

Pokemon choice:

Appearance:

Personality:

History:

Other:
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Slot one:

Slot two:

Slot three:

Slot four:

Slot five:

Loud and Annoying Pidgey
October 6th, 2008, 02:16 PM
Name:
Demon (Used to be Blitz)

Age:
16

Pokemon choice:
Houndoom

Appearance:
http://www.cis-online.nl/daniel/www.pokemonpikachu.nl_html_2f998dc0.jpg
Demon is much larger then a regular Houndoom. His eyes burn a fiery red color,which show his bravery in battles. His teeth are also much sharper then any other Houndoom's teeth.

Personality:
Demon is very brave,but that can be a disadvantage. He fights with anyone he sees,including his uknown rival. When anybody asks about his history,he uses a quick Smog attack and escapes.

History:
Demon has an uknown past to everybody except him,and his history still haunts him. He remembers only the words his father said to him the day he left,"You have the power to tell the nearest event.". This is the reason he changed his name to Demon.

Will Edit

Yu_&_Rei
October 6th, 2008, 02:46 PM
Name: Rei Hino

Age: 15

Gender: Female

Pokemon choice: Flareon

Appearance: Red long hair, dark bluish,purple eyes, wears a red shirt with a red skirt the shirts sleeves are long and are a darker shade of red, when angry her hair might start to stand up so she always carries a brush with her, she is somewhat skinny but has the figure every girl wants, she also occasionally wears a gold bracelet with a ruby in the center shaped like fire.

Personality: Rei can be a bit of a hothead but she usually can sense evil presences, she's very calm but when she's angry you better watch out, she sometimes tries to be the leader of a pack but nobody usually listens to her. If you ever do something to annoy her she'll get fiesty and maybe even attack.

History: when Rei was young, everyone in her family was a shrine member, as she became older she became a shrine priestess but later she decided to stop as it was too much for her. Rei's Grandpa owns the Shrine and is a constant bother to Rei, he always nags her and even when she talks with a Boy that works with her, she still gets nagged by her Grandpa. Rei eventually got annoyed and decided that she couldn't handle it anymore. So she decided that she would go on a Camping Vacation in the woods (to her Grandpa's Amuse) and relax for a while.

Ytinrete
October 6th, 2008, 02:49 PM
The silent pidgeot, please type out your appearance once you edit your sign up please.
Bamachi, add more to everything. Please.

Lusankya
October 6th, 2008, 02:52 PM
So, uhh, legendaries okay?

Ytinrete
October 6th, 2008, 03:10 PM
Sorry no. A legendary might throw things off.

Trainer Kat
October 6th, 2008, 03:23 PM
Ew, I'm sorry. D: I'm terrible at Pokémon sign ups, and even worse at female sign ups. I have provided an RP sample, just in case this isn't satisfactory.

Name: Aglaia

Gender: Female

Age: 18

Pokemon choice: Glaceon

Appearance: Like most ordinary Glaceon, Aglaia is graceful and elegant, a fact that most could derive from her name, as Aglaia literally means “beauty”. Her coat is paler than your run-of-the-mill Glaceon, and has almost taken on a snow-white hue. Not completely, though, as the tip of her tail, as well as her paws, shimmer with a brilliant aquamarine light. Her eyes are a deep crimson, a trait that fills her with pride. Around her neck, she wears a ribbon just a few shades darker than her fur. The corners of her mouth are perpetually turned upwards in a self-satisfied smirk. Aglaia is somewhat smaller than other Glaceon, weighing a mere forty-eight pounds. It isn’t that she’s malnourished, no; she is simply built to be smaller. If one were to get close to her, they could see the faint outlines of her bones poking through her fur. This is not advised, as the air around her is close to freezing.

Personality: Is it possible for a Pokémon to be vain? It would certainly seem so, as that is exactly what Aglaia is. Truly believing herself to be beautiful, the Glaceon rarely accepts others into her life. It isn’t necessarily that she doesn’t want them there, it’s just that her standards are higher than most. Describing Aglaia as ‘mean’ would be incorrect, as she almost never speaks ill of others. She’s definitely rude, though, as she refuses to speak with those she doesn’t deem to be of a high caliber. That isn’t to say that she won’t interact with them, she just does so without uttering a word, leading some to believe her to be mute. And really, what punishment is worse than being denied Aglaia’s beautiful voice? Though it is near impossible to rile her up, as she doesn’t believe in letting plebeians enrage her, in those rare instances that she finds herself angry, she freezes her fur completely, deterring others from touching her.

History: Hailing from the far reaches of Sinnoh, Aglaia began life as an ordinary Eevee. Like most of her species, she was born into captivity and promptly handed off to a human child. This boy had just turned ten, and was being given an Eevee as his starting Pokémon. While the two were the best of friends, the boy was, to put it simply, a failure as a trainer. Three failed gym attempts later, he released Aglaia, allowing her to be with her own kind rather than with him, despite how close they were. Their parting was emotional, yet Aglaia adapted to the change well, eventually finding a pack of migrating Eevee to adopt her. The two leaders of the tribe were an Espeon and an Umbreon, and the two evolved Pokémon took quite a liking to the young Eevee, raising her as they would their own daughter. Because of this, there were more restrictions placed on Aglaia than on the other Eevee.

Things only worsened when the Eevees reached Snowpoint City. It was then that Aglaia evolved into a Glaceon. Her grace and beauty was the envy of the other Eevee in the tribe, especially the older Eevee that hadn’t yet evolved. Shortly after she evolved, she met someone. Someone whom she fell in love with. It was a secret she guarded with her life. She wasn’t ashamed of being in love, no; she was simply fearful about how Espeon and Umbreon would react, considering she wasn’t in love with another Evolution Pokémon. Her true love was a Luxray – specifically, the Luxray belonging to Volkner. And he loved her back. Unfortunately, their secret didn’t remain hidden for long – Aglaia’s parents discovered the truth, and promptly disowned the poor Glaceon. All alone, she turned to Luxray, but he was far too worried about Volkner finding out, and dumped her on the spot. Having been cast aside by the three people that meant the most to her, Aglaia began to love herself, and only herself.

Sample:

“K-Kakuna..?” Jack had bent to pick up his Pokémon, but before his fingers could graze its skin, it became engulfed in a radiant white light. A long, gleaming crack began to run across what could only be interpreted as its back. As the cocoon split apart, two beautiful, diaphanous wings emerged. Slowly, they unfurled, and began to flap mechanically, slowly lifting the rest of the creature out of its shell. A slender, wasp-like body followed the wings, its yellow and black stripes alternating in the gleaming light. Its head was round, two flickering crimson eyes on either side of its face. The most conspicuous thing about this beast was the dual prongs on its forearms. They were about twice as long as the one that protruded from its abdomen, and equally as thick. Jack could only gape as the Pokémon hovered above the empty shell that had once been his Kakuna. It said nothing, only glowered back at its owner. Instinctively, Jack reached into his back pocket and extracted the red Pokédex, aiming it directly at the newcomer.

”Beedrill. The Poison Bee Pokémon. Its best attack involves flying around at high speed, striking with poison needles, then flying off.”

“Beedrill…huh…” Jack stared up at the bug Pokémon, eyes twinkling with excitement. “So…you…you’re my Pokémon?” The Pokémon slowly nodded, still glaring intensely at Jack. Without warning, it launched itself towards the brunette, whose eyes immediately filled with fear. Contrary to what he had initially thought, Beedrill flung his arms around Jack’s waist, nearly knocking Eevee off of her perch. A light chuckle escaped his lips as he wrapped his limbs around the bug’s thorax, returning the small display of affection. A disgruntled Eevee lowered her ears, licking Jack’s cheek in a feeble attempt to deflect his attention away from Beedrill and onto her. The response she received was not quite the one she had expected; the boy raised his arm and swatted her away. She shot him a doleful look before settling back down on his shoulder. For now, she would be quiet, but she vowed to win Jack’s affection before the week was up.

“Well hey, hot stuff, since you have your Beedrill, guess you don’t need me anymore, huh?” Celeste winked at Jack before planting a sly kiss on his cheek. “Maybe we’ll see each other around. We both want the same thing, after all. Until then!” And just like that, the redhead disappeared within the cluster of trees. Still tightly clutching Beedrill, Jack surveyed the girl as she left. When she was out of sight, he looked to his newly evolved Pokémon. No words needed to be uttered – Beedrill simply nodded and broke free of Jack’s grip, flitting towards the gatehouse. As it turned out, Celeste had been right – they were incredibly close to the exit. In fact, Jack surmised that they’d walked for less than five minutes. Upon reaching the edifice, the brunette recalled Beedrill before thrusting the door open.

“Young man! You wouldn’t happen to be heading to Pewter, would you?” Jack turned, eyes meeting with a senior citizen. Graying hair topped her head, and she was clad in a frightful plaid dress. Jack peered out at her through half-closed emerald eyes.

“Yeah, I’m going there. What of it, old bag?”

“Well, I was going to encourage you to visit the Pewter Museum! They have an exhibit of rare Pokémon fossils! Rumor has it that these Pokémon could be brought back to life!” Jack’s eyes widened. Ancient Pokémon being brought back to life? The thought made his spine quiver. If he could get his hand on one of those fossils, he would be set for life. There would be no one who could beat him…he would become Champion, be a true Pokémon master…keep his promise to Rem. Looking back at the old lady, he offered up his most sincere smile.

“Thanks, lady. That sounds really interesting. I’m sure I’ll learn a lot.” With those final, parting words, he pushed open the doors opposite the ones he had entered through, taking his final steps into Pewter city. The town before him was nothing like he’d ever seen. Virtually everything was built from stone. Humble rocks lined the path leading into the city. He figured that the Pokéballs here were probably made of stone as well. The thought made him laugh aloud (despite not being that funny), and Eevee shot him a bemused look. Jack ignored her disapproving stare, and instead crossed the boundaries into Pewter. Indeed, it was huge, or, at least, it was bigger than Viridian. Far off, in the distance, a sign hovered tentatively over a stone building, clearly the Pewter City Museum. The brunette wasted no time crossing over to the structure.

“Sir?”

No answer.

“Sir!” This time, Jack swiveled around to face the teal-haired woman who was beckoning him her way. “I’m sorry, sir, but you’ll need a ticket to enter! They cost fifty dollars, so if you’d like to go inside, please pay.”

“Aah…” Jack reached inside his pocket and withdrew the necessary amount of money, placing it on the counter. His cheeks were red, obviously ashamed at getting caught. And he used to be so good at breaking into buildings, too… “There you go,” he said, giving her a devilish smile. She, of course, returned the gesture.

“Please, enjoy viewing the ancient Pokémon.”

Jack nodded at her. The inside of the building failed to impress him like the exterior had, and it seemed that all the good stuff waited on the second floor. As he began to ascend the stairs, Eevee sunk her teeth into his neck, seemingly sensing his bad intentions.

“Ow, Eevee, what the hell?!” he exclaimed. Before she could respond with a weak noise, he grabbed her by the scruff of her neck and placed her on the wooden floor. “Stay there, and don’t come looking for me. You’re a rare Pokémon, so if anyone comes near you, go outside and hide in the bushes. I’m not going to cart around a Pokémon who feels it’s alright to bite me whenever she pleases.” With that, he continued up the stairs. The place was swarming with guards. Okay, so that was a slight exaggeration. There were only two men on patrol. Quickly, the brunette placed a hand on his neck.

“Guards!” Both men turned to face the frantic brunette. “There’s a wild Eevee downstairs, and…I think it’s rabid! It just bit me!” Security looked at him with disbelief, and for a moment, Jack thought he was done for. No sooner had the thought crossed his mind, then the guards rushed downstairs, Pokéballs in hand. A devious grin crossed Jack’s face as he surveyed the exhibits. Most were old, stone fossils that failed to catch his eye. One, however, was different. It was a beautiful, shimmering amber hue, and the light reflected flawlessly off of its polished surface. The sign below read “Old Amber. Pokémon unknown.” So, no one knew what would come from this fossil? Jack intended to be the first to find out. Stealthily, he clutched the fossil in his hands. That was the easy part. The hard part was lifting the object. His hands were dripping with perspiration, and that didn’t go too well with the glossy surface. Before he could drop it, he heaved it under his shirt and raced out of the building. He was not about to waste any time. By this point, all the guards had begun to rush upstairs, thankfully, paying little attention to the wounded Jack (even though no blood had been drawn).

“Eevee!” He called, finally breathing in the fresh air. A rustle in the bushes signaled life, and, upon closer inspection, that life revealed itself to be Jack’s partner in crime, albeit unknowingly. “Eevee, are you okay? I had to book it out of there, I was so worried about you!” She emitted a light squeal as she leapt onto his shoulder. She remained fully unaware of two things, the first being that he had stolen a one-of-a-kind fossil. The second? He had just pretended to worry about her. He had lied.

Loud and Annoying Pidgey
October 6th, 2008, 04:13 PM
Name:
Demon (Used to be Blitz)

Age:
16

Pokemon choice:
Houndoom

Appearance:
http://www.cis-online.nl/daniel/www.pokemonpikachu.nl_html_2f998dc0.jpg
Demon is much larger then a regular Houndoom. His eyes burn a fiery red color,which show his bravery in battles. His teeth are also much sharper then any other Houndoom's teeth.

Personality:
Demon is very brave,but that can be a disadvantage. He fights with anyone he sees,including his uknown rival. When anybody asks about his history,he uses a quick Smog attack and escapes.

History:
Demon has an uknown past to everybody except him,and his history still haunts him. He remembers only the words his father said to him the day he left,"You have the power to tell the nearest event.". This is the reason he changed his name to Demon.

Will Edit

I edited it somewhat. >.<

namora
October 6th, 2008, 06:13 PM
Name: Calin

Age: 18

Pokemon choice: Luxray

Appearance: At 4'10" and 100 lbs, Calin is slightly larger than the average Luxray. Over his right eye he has a scar that he got from a Lairon when he stumbled onto its territory as a Shinx. Other than that he's your normal Luxray with a black mane and front legs, yellow eyes, blue on his face and back legs, and three yellow rings on the back of his front feet..

Personality: Calm and collected, Calin is able to keep his head in most situations. He is kind, friendly, and cares deeply for his friends, though sometimes he has trouble expressing it. Because of his loyal and protective nature, he'll often leave a fight last in order to make sure everyone else escapes. He cares little of his own safety and will put himself at risk to save someone else or he'll do something dangerous alone so others aren't put at risk. He's a strategist and likes to make a plan before going into action if there's enough time. Sometimes he tries to be the 'voice of reason' for the younger, more impulsive of the pokemon. He sometimes struggles with figuring out the right thing for him to be doing and secretly questions his own actions due to his parents high expectations for him.

History: Up until a few years ago, Calin lived with his pack. His parents were proud of his size and qualities and pushed for him to become the next pack leader, but he refused, thinking that he was too young to take on such a responsibility. Unable to withstand his parent's disappointment and constant nagging, he left the pack and decided to travel on his own for a bit so that he could gain some experience and figure out if he truly wanted to try to become the leader of the pack. During his journey he met friends and became a little more content with his lot in life, though he knows he has to return home sometime.

Other: Calin has the trademark x-ray vision. Whenever he's about to fight or gets angry electricity involuntarily crackles across his body.