View Full Version : Pokemon: the Order of Legends

Game Master
October 27th, 2008, 7:47 AM
This world is filled with creatures known as Poke'mon. Hundreds of species of Poke'mon is known to exist. 35 of these are called Legendary Poke'mon. It is said that they are called legendaries because there are only one of each and that they are very powerful. However true this is, it is not the real reason. Every one thousand years, the Poke'mon that have been dubbed legendary gather at a place known only as the Shrine of Legend. Together, they choose one human being and give that human the power to change the world for better or for worse. Normally, all of the legendaries agree on one person. However, if even one of the legendaries disagrees it, and any others that agree with him, must battle the other legendaries causing destruction globally. To prevent this, the Order of the Legends exist. A group of humans who work to keep the world in balance during the time of the legendaries decision and to protect the world's legendaries from those who would do them harm.

How is that?