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    ~ General Rules ~

    Each bingo space is completed once you complete the challenge of that square. You must complete five challenges to create a bingo, you may choose to do all challenges in a row or column, or you may create a diagonal from corner to corner. Once you complete a bingo you will be awarded 1pt. You may choose to do more on the same sheet, this will require fewer and fewer challenges to garner additional bingos each worth 1pt. and each cleared board gets an extra 5pts. However, if you get stuck, and don't want to do a more difficult challenge, etc, then you may start a new bingo card, but only after completing at least one bingo on the initial sheet.

    You may start on any space you'd like. And continue to have free selection over which spaces to complete.

    Specific rules for each challenge are listed below.

    Please post your bingo sheet in a spoiler along with any updates or new challenges. This is a requirement so that I am able to track your progress and ensure that you get credit for all of your work.

    You must use the following games:
    Column 1 (Kanto): R/B/G/Y or FR/LG
    Column 2 (Johto): G/S/C or HG/SS
    Column 3 (Hoenn): R/S/E
    Column 4 (Sinnoh): D/P/Pt.
    Column 5 (Unova): B/W/ or B2/W2

    Challenges are over after defeating the elite four. Exceptions: After defeating Red in Generation II versions, and after you defeat Alder/Iris in B/W and B2/W2.

    No hacking, unless there are no available pokemon before the third gym. This pokemon must match levels of other pokemon of proximate route. I have generally tried to create challenges that avoid the issue. If it is possible to do so, then you should not trade or hack in a pokemon.

    No trading, unless there are no available pokemon before the third gym, I have generally tried to create challenges that avoid the issue. If it is possible to do so, then you should not trade or hack in a pokemon. This pokemon must be similar in level to other pokemon within proximity. You may also trade if it is required for evolving a pokemon.

    To the rules above, the restrictive nature of challenges makes the game more fun! Please moderate usage

    HM Slaves should be used sparingly, they cannot compete in battles either.

    Emulators are allowed, however, no action replay codes are permissible.

    ~ How to get started ~

    Spoiler:



    1) Ask for a Bingo Card in this thread.
    You may post, "I'd like to participate.", "May I have a bingo sheet?, or anything along those lines.

    Optional- Requests may be made to exclude certain monotypes and monocolor challenges if the user has already completed them.
    A) These challenges must have been completed and posted in a pokecommunity thread.
    B) You must describe which ones you have completed before your card is assigned.
    C) No other challenge exclusion will be made for the time being.

    2) I will then post a Bingo Card for you, which is randomly generated, in the Participation Section after your request.

    3) Then, you must fill out a participation form.


    Participation Form:

    Username: Your Name
    Bingo Sheet: Image in Spoilers
    Current Challenge: Name of Challenge
    Challenge Info: (Optional)



    Example:

    Username: Fenneking
    Bingo Sheet:
    Spoiler:

    Current Challenge: Highest Stat - Speed (Kanto)
    Game Version: Pokemon Yellow
    Team: Starmie, Persian, Raichu, Charizard, Pidgeot, Jynx


    Lastly, I will update your bingo boards in the participation section after you complete a challenge.




    ~ Challenges ~

    Spoiler:
    What's You Sign?

    Spoiler:
    You must select no more than one pokemon of six different categories.
    Simply, complete the game with these six pokemon.

    Aries - Ampharos, Whimsicott

    Taurus - Bouffalant, Miltank, Tauros

    Gemini - Dudrio, Dugtrio, Hydreigon, Magezone, Weezing, Klinklang, Geraferig, Vanilluxe, Executor, Combee, Cherubi

    Cancer - Parasect, Kingler, Crawdaunt, Crustle

    Leo - Persian, Delcatty, Purugly, Luxray, Liepard

    Virgo - Jynx, Cleffable, Blissey, Gardevoir, Lopunny, Gothitelle, Audino

    Libra - Chandelure, Conkeldurr, Hydreigon, Hitmontop, Ambipom, Jumpluff, Roserade

    Scorpio - Drapion, Gliscor, Scolipede

    Sagittarius - Rapidash, Geraferig, Stantler, Zebstrika, Sawsbuck

    Capricorn - Vaporeon, Kingdra

    Pisces - Seaking, Gyarados, Remoraid, Quilfish, Lanturn, Sharpedo, Whiscash, Wailord, Milotic, Gorebyss, Huntail, Luvdisc, Relicanth, Lumineon, Alomamola, Basculin, Stunfisk

    Aquarius - All other, non-Pisces, non-legendary, water-type Pokemon (excluding Rotom's Form).


    Year of the Gogoat

    Spoiler:
    You must select no more than one pokemon of six different categories.
    Simply, complete the game with these six pokemon.

    Rat/rodent: Raticate, Raichu, Sandslash, Furret, Linoone, Plusle, Minun, Bibarrel, Floatzel, Watchog, Cinccino

    Ox: Tauros, Miltank, Bouffalant

    Tiger: Arcanine, Persian, Delcatty, Luxray, Purrugly, Liepard

    Rabbit: Wigglytuff, Azumarrill, Lopuuny, Audino, Maractus

    Dragon: Any Dragon Pokemon, Charizard, Gyarados, Yanmega, Tropius

    Snake: Arbok, Onix/Steelix, Gyarados, Dragonair, Dunsparce, Seviper, Milotic, Gorebyss, Huntail, Serperior

    Horse: Rapidash, Zebstrika, Kingdra

    Goat: Ampharos, Absol, Whimsicott

    Monkey: Primeape, Abipom, Simisage, Infernape, Simipour, Simisear, Darmatian, Slaking

    Rooster: Blaziken

    Dog: Ninetales, Arcanine, Granbull, Eeveelutions, Houndoom, Smeargle, Mightyena, Manetric, Stoutland, Zoroark

    Pig: Grumpig, Mamoswine, Emboar


    Monocolor
    Spoiler:
    - You may only use pokemon of a certain color. Please use as many Pokemon obtainable. I have ensured that at least 5+ pokemon will be available of that color depending on which region you are completing.
    Official Pokemon Colors: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_by_color


    Monotype
    Spoiler:
    You may only use pokemon of a certain type. Dual-Types are permissible. I have ensured that at least 4-6 pokemon will be available of the type assigned depending on which region you are completing.


    High Stat Challenge
    Spoiler:

    1) Lookup base stats in order to make a team in which their highest base stat reflects the specified stat.

    2) For tied stats, you must capture a pokemon in which their nature boosts the specified stat, a pokemon that lowers the contending stat, or both. Only applies to Gen III onward. Prior to Gen III, the stat can simply be tied as the highest.

    3) For High Stat - HP, the base stat needs to be the highest, or tied with the highest, and you must capture a pokemon with a neutral nature. Only applies to Gen III onward. Prior to Gen III, the stat can simply be tied as the highest.
    NOTE: Base stat's are different in GEN 1 games RBGY, so watch for that.


    Scramble!
    Spoiler:
    Your team will be selected by another member. Other members must assign at least 3 pokemon that are obtainable before the 5th badge. Also, they must assign teams that are obtainable before the elite four of that version. All pokemon must also be of unique species; no duplicates. Banned pokemon include: Any pokemon below 350 Base Stat Total and legendary pokemon. And to the participant, you must use at least 4 of the pokemon listed by the other members, but you may not choose any of your own wanting.



    Gifted Challenge:
    Spoiler:
    You may not use any form of pokeball for the pokemon on your team.
    Which means, there exists five ways you can obtain pokemon:

    Spoiler:

    1) The Gift of Generosity: Starter or gifted pokemon (a pokemon that is just given to you).

    2) Gift Swap: You may catch only the pokemon to be traded. You may, under no circumstance use that pokemon in battle. Further, obtain the pokemon just prior to executing the in-game trade.

    3) The Gift of Life: You may breed any of the pokemon from the two categories above, you may also accept any gifted pokemon eggs.

    4) Buy a Gift: You may purchase Pokemon, this only includes Magikarp.

    5) Win a Gift: You may obtain pokemon at the Game Corner/Prize Corner.


    Just make sure you have at least 4-6 Pokemon by the Elite Four.


    Love-at-first-sight:
    Spoiler:
    If you capture a pokemon in any area, it must be the first one encountered. If you do not want the pokemon, you must wait until the next route to have an opportunity. Also, you cannot revisit any route to capture pokemon, once you give-up the first wild pokemon, you must move on. NO SOFT RESETTING IS PERMISSIBLE! You must have at least 4-6 Pokemon on you team by the Elite Four.


    Signature Move:
    Spoiler:
    You know how those gym leaders flaunt specialty moves, that each of their pokemon possess, and then, if you beat them, they give you the tm of that move? Well, in this challenge you will be doing the same, though you are not limited to a TM move. Simply, all of your pokemon must share a common move. You must also use this move at least once per trainer battle.

    Ex. All pokemon have confuse ray.

    You may only train pokemon that are able to learn the move, and they must learn and keep the move through the end of the challenge.

    *BW/B2W2 - You must use a acquire a TM that all of your pokemon are able to use. All other rules apply.


    Rainbow Road:
    Spoiler:
    You must obtain pokemon in the following order depending on which starter you choose:

    Grass Starter: Green ->Blue->Purple->Pink->Red->Yellow
    Fire Starter: Red->Yellow->Green ->Blue->Purple->Pink
    Water Starter: Blue->Purple->Pink->Red->Yellow->Green
    Electric Starter: Yellow->Green ->Blue->Purple->Pink->Red (Pokemon Yellow)

    1. You must use a starter.
    2. Pre-evolutions that don't match color scheme must be evolved to match. For instance, if you are on Red and you catch an oddish, you must evolve the pokemon into a Vileplume before you move on to the next color, Yellow.
    3. You must have all six colors represented by your team of six prior to the Elite Four.
    4. You may not go back and evolve a pokemon if it doesn't fit in the color scheme. If you are on green, and you catch an oddish, you may not evolve the oddish into a Vileplume at a later time. However, you may evolve a petilil into a Lilligant at a later time since the scheme remains green.


    Type Link:
    Spoiler:
    You must obtain pokemon in order according to type, each consecutive pokemon, must possess a common type.

    Ex. Gloom->Zubat->Noctowl-> Xatu->Starmie->Gyarados

    Types: (Grass/Poison)->(Poison/Flying)->(Flying/Normal)->(Flying/Psychic)->(Psychic/Water)->(Water/Flying)

    It doesn't matter what the first and second typing are as long as one type matches the previous pokemon. In addition, you do not have to begin the chain with your starter pokemon, but your first chain must be caught before the 3rd gym, at which type, you must box your starter.

    Also, you must do this in order. If you have a metapod, you may not capture a pidgey. You must first evolve the metapod into a Butterfree so that there exists a common typing, flying in this instance.

    Further, if you capture a azurill (normal/water type) and you catch a Skitty (normal type), you may not evolve the azurill to marill, since it would break the chain. So, be vigilant, and make sure you select pokemon that fit the chain prior to starting.

    Lastly, you must complete a 6-link chain, so you will have a 6-member pokemon team by the Elite Four.


    Pick-a-Route
    Spoiler:
    Simply, pick a route, and only capture pokemon from this route. You may not accept gift pokemon or in-game trades; those must be stored in the PC. You do have the option, however, to keep your starter pokemon. Once you select a route, you cannot capture pokemon from other areas, even if they are similar species. Lastly, you must possess at least 4 members on your team, and you must capture them on a route before the 4th gym badge is obtained.

    Non-Evolve Team
    Spoiler:
    You cannot evolve any members of your team. You may catch evolved pokemon in the wild. Other than that, just make sure you have a team of at least 4-6 pokemon by the Elite Four.


    Sunny Day:

    Spoiler:
    You may use pokemon that learn the move by TM, but you must also obtain certain pokemon as early as possible in order to learn sunny day. You may use these pokemon until the TM is available. You may also use any grass or fire type pokemon along with the required pokemon. Specifs for each version are listed below.

    Here's the list: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Sunny_Day#By_TM

    Requirements:

    Johto: You must obtain both Sunkern/Sunflora (before 3rd badge), AND Magby/Magmar/Magmortar (before 4th badge)

    TM available in radio tower before the 7th Badge.

    TM also available at dept. Store.

    At this point, all of your pokemon must learn sunny day as soon as possible, with a team of 6.

    Hoenn: Seedot/Nuzleaf/Shiftry (before 1st badge) AND Casterform (before 6th Badge)
    TM available in Fortree City, before the 6th Badge. An additional pokemon must learn sunny day.

    May choose up to 3 addition pokemon to the required team of 3 that are eithergrass, Rock, Ground, or fire types.

    Sinnoh: You must capture any 3 of the following that learn sunny day by learnset:
    Cherrim (before 2nd badge), Magmar (before 6th gym), Bronzong (before 7th gym) and Leafeon.

    TM available on route 212 before the 3rd gym! Must teach it to an additional pokemon.

    May choose up to 3 addition pokemon to the minimum required team of 3 that are either grass, Rock, Ground, or fire types.

    Unova: Obtain 3 pokemon that learn Sunny Day by Moveset.

    B/W: Cottonee/Whimsicott, Petilil/Lilligant, Maractus (all 3 are required and obtainable before the 4th gym)

    3 Additional pokemon that are able to learn Sunny Day by TM must be obtained and taught Sunny Day. The TM is available before the 6th gym in Mistralton Poke Center.

    B/W2: Any three of Magby/Magmar/Magmortar, Sunkern/Sunflora, Petilil/Lilligant, Cottonee/Whimsicott, Maractus, Leafeon.

    Up to 3 additional pokemon that are able to learn Sunny Day by TM must be obtained and taught Sunny Day. The TM is available before the 6th gym in Mistralton Poke Center.


    Sandstorm!
    Spoiler:


    You may use pokemon that learn the move by TM, but you must also obtain certain pokemon as early as possible in order to learn Rain Dance. You may use these pokemon until the TM is available. You may also use any rock, ground, or steel type pokemon in addition to the required pokemon.*

    http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Sandstorm_(move)

    Required pokemon:

    You must obtain and teach Sandstorm to the following pokemon that learn it by level-up per region (don't waste your TM on any of these):

    Johto: Sandshrew/Sandslash (before 2nd gym), Onix/Steelix (before second gym), and Larvitar/Pupatar Tyranitar (optional before Red).

    Tm is available at route 27 right after you beat the Johto League. You must teach the tm to an additional pokemon.

    Option of acquiring up to 3 more pokemon to your minimum required team of 3. (Any steel, rock or ground type.)

    Hoenn: Choose any three, or more of the following:
    Sandshrew/Sandslash (before 4th badge), Trapinch/Vibrava/Flygon (before 4th badge), Cacnea/Cacturne (before 4th Badge), Baltoy/Claydol (before 4th badge), or Nosepass (before 3th badge)

    TM on Route 111, you must teach the move to an additional pokemon.


    Option of up to 2 pokemon to your minimum required team of 4. (Any steel, rock or ground.)


    Sinnoh:

    1. Onix/Steelix (before 1st gym) AND 2. Gible/Gabite/Garchomp (before 3rd gym)

    3. TM available route 212 for other member of the team that must learn sandstorm by TM.

    Option of up to 3 pokemon to your minimum required team of 3. (Any steel, rock or ground.)


    Unova: Obtain 3 pokemon that learn Sandstorm by Moveset.

    B/W: Drillbur/Excadrill, Roggenrola/Bolder/Gigalith, Sandile/Krokodok/Krookodile (all 3 are required)

    B/W2: Any three of Claydol/Baltoy (before 6th badge), Trapinch/ Vibrava/Flygon (before 4th badge), Onix/Steelix (before 3rd badge), Drillbur/Excadrill (before 4th badge), Sandile/Krokodok/Krookodile

    (before 4th badge), Roggenrola/Bolder/gigalith (before 6th badge), Sandshrew/Sandslash (before 4th badge).

    TM is available in Mistralton Poke Center, you must purchase the TM and teach it to all of your pokemon that have yet to learn it.*


    Rain Dance

    Spoiler:
    You may use pokemon that learn the move by TM, but you must also obtain certain pokemon as early as possible in order to learn Rain Dance. You may use these pokemon until the TM is available. You may also use any water or electric type pokemon in addition to the required pokemon.* Unova require that all pokemon learn the move. Read specific rules before proceeding!

    http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Rain_Dance_(move)

    You must obtain and teach Rain Dance to the following pokemon that learn it by level-up per region (don't waste your TM on any of these):

    Johto:
    Choose at least any three pokemon with learnset:

    Poliwrath/Politoed (before the first gym), Slowbro/Slowking (before the 2nd gym), Gyrados (before 2nd badge), Lapras (before 2nd badge), Azurill/Marill/Azumarill (before 5th badge), Wooper/Quagsire
    (Before 2nd Badge).

    TM: You must teach Rain Dance to one other pokemon, after obtaining the tm in slowpoke cave after leaning surf after the 4th gym.

    Optional: You may select additional pokemon that don't learn the move as long as they are water, electric, bug, steel, or grass (up to 2)

    Hoenn:

    Obtain at least 3 pokemon that learn Rain Dance by Moveset:

    Azurill/Marill/Azumarill (before 1st gym), Lotad/Lombre/Ludicolo (before 1st gym), Milotic (before 6th badge), and Castform (before 6th badge), Gyarados (before 2nd badge).

    TM - You must teach Rain Dance to an additional pokemon. The Tm is located in the abandoned ship, you can access after the 5th badge.

    Optional: You may select additional pokemon that don't learn the move as long as they are water, electric, bug, steel, or grass (up to 2)

    Sinnoh:
    Obtain at least 3 pokemon that learn Rain Dance by Moveset.

    Shellos/Gastrodon (before 3rd badge), Finneon/Lumineon (before 3rd badge), Azurill/Marill/Azumarill (before 3rd gym), Wooper/Quagsire (before 3rd gym), Gyrados (before 3rd gym)

    TM - You may either obtain 10 blue shards and trade them in on route 212, or you can wait until you get to Sunyshore City to get one. You must teach at least one other pokemon the TM.

    Optional: You may select additional pokemon that don't learn the move as long as they are water, electric, bug, steel, or grass. (up to 2)

    Unova:

    B/W
    Obtain at least 3 pokemon that learn Rain Dance by Moveset:
    Seismatoad (before 2nd badge), Carracost (before 4th badge), Swanna (before the 5th badge), Jellicent (before the 6th badge)

    TM - Must select three additional pokemon to learn Rain Dance. TM is available in Mistralton Poke Center. You must teach 3 other pokemon Rain Dance via this TM.

    B/W2:
    Obtain at least 3 pokemon that learn Rain Dance by Moveset:
    Marill (before 1st gym), Jellicent (before 6th gym), Swanna (before 5th gym), Seimatoad (before 7th gym)

    TM - Must select three additional pokemon to learn Rain Dance. TM is available in Mistralton Poke Center. You must teach 3 other pokemon Rain Dance via this TM.


    Delicate Petites

    Spoiler:
    Must select between 4-6 pokemon that weight less than 100 lbs.

    Two of which must weight under 25 lbs:
    (reference this list)
    http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_by_weight#88.4_lbs._to_110.2_lbs._.2840.1_kg_to_50.0_kg.29


    Heavy Weights

    Spoiler:
    Must select between 4-6 pokemon that weight more than 199lbs.
    Two of which must weigh over 400lbs, including:

    I: Snorlax, Gyarados, Lapras, Onix, Golem, Dragonite
    II: Steelix, Mantine, Tyranitar
    III: Aggron, Wailord, Camerupt, Metagross, Glalie, Hariyama
    IV: Rhyperior, Hippowdon, Probopass, Torterra, Bronzong, Mamoswine
    V: Beartic, Scolipede, Crustle

    Below Average Challenge
    Spoiler:
    Based off my estimations, the average base total stat is around 430.
    In this challenge you must obtain 6 pokemon and the average base stats must be less than or equal to 430 rounded to the nearest whole number.

    How to calculate average: Add all of the base stats of the pokemon you want to use.
    Then, Divide that number by 6. It's that simple. If you need help, just ask me or another member.


    Stone Alone

    Spoiler:
    This one is VERY straight forward.
    All pokemon on your team must evolve from an evolution stone.
    Only one pokemon per stone can be used.
    You must have a team of 6 pokemon by the completion of the challenge.


    Here are a list of obtainable in-game pokemon for your convenience:

    Kanto:
    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Ninetales/Arcanine/Flareon
    WATERoliwrath/Vaporeon/Starmie/Cloyster
    THUNDER: Raichu/Jolteon
    LEAF: Vileplume/Victreebel/Executor
    MOON: Nidoqueen/Nidoking/Clefable/Wigglytuff

    Johto:
    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Ninetales/Arcanine/Flareon
    WATER: Poliwrath/Vaporeon/Starmie/Cloyster
    THUNDER: Raichu/Jolteon
    LEAF: Vileplume/Victreebel/Executor
    MOON: Nidoqueen/Nidoking/Clefable/Wigglytuff
    SUN: Bellossom/Sunflora


    Hoenn:
    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Ninetales
    WATER: Ludicolo/Starmie
    THUNDER: Raichu
    LEAF: Vileplume/Victreebel/Executor/Shiftry
    MOON: Wigglytuff/Delcatty
    SUN: Bellossom

    Sinnoh:
    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Flareon
    WATER:Vaporeon
    THUNDER: Jolteon/Raichu
    LEAF: Executor/Vileplume/Leafeon (exception)
    MOON: Clefable
    SUN: Bellossom
    SHINY: Togekiss/Roserade
    DUSK: Honchkrow/Mismagius
    DAWN: Gallade/Froslass

    Unova: (BW and B2W2)
    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Simisear
    WATER: Simipour
    THUNDER: Eelektross
    LEAF: Simisage
    MOON: Musharna
    SUN: Whimsicott/Lilligant
    SHINY: Cinccino
    DUSK: Chandelure

    EVERSTONE: Any not fully evolved pokemon that can evolve via level up or happiness.
    FIRE: Simisear/Arcanine/Flareon
    WATER: Simipour/ Vaporeon
    THUNDER: Eelektross/Jolteon
    LEAF: Simisage
    Moon: Musharna/Clefable/Delcatty
    SUN: Whimsicott/Lilligant/Sunflora
    SHINY: Cinccino/Roserade
    DUSK: Chandelure


    Copy Cat Challenge
    Spoiler:
    You may only obtain pokemon that are used by gym leaders after you have defeated them. You may only capture a Pikachu after defeating Lt.Surge (RBG). In addition, the tm given to you must be used on this pokemon. You may evolve the pokemon to a stage the gym leader had not, and provide a different moveset, but you must keep the tm of that gym leader in this pokemon's moveset for the entire challenge. Only one pokemon per gym leader. You must obtain 6 pokemon with the appropriate tm by the end of the challenge.



    Gourmet Challenge
    Spoiler:
    Requires six pokemon for the following duties:

    Herbs Spices: Any One Grass Pokemon
    Cooking: Any One Fire Pokemon
    Boiling: Any One Water Pokemon

    Test-Tasting: (Choose any two)
    Gen I: Snorelax/Lickitung/Victreebel/Gyrados/Venusaur/Golbat/Muk
    Gen II: Snorelax/Miltank/Lickitung/Victreebel/Steelix/Granbull/Piloswine
    Gen III: Swalot/Slaking/Wailord/Exploud/Hariyama/Mawile/Huntail/Walrein
    Gen IV: Bastiodon/Garchomp/Mamoswine/Hippowdon/Lickilicky/Purrugly/Bibarrel/Carnivine
    Gen V: Emboar,Simisage/Simipour/Simisear/Eelektross/Krookodile/Seismatoad/Stoutland

    Ingredients: (Choose any one)
    Gen I: Exeggutor(Eggs/Coconut), Parasect(Mushrooms), Farfetch'd (Celery Stalk), Chansey(Eggs)
    GEN II: Blissey(Eggs), Exeggutor(Eggs/Coconut), Parasect(Mushroom), Miltank(Milk)
    GEN III: Ludicolo(Pineapple), Breloom (Mushroom)
    GEN IV: Cherrim(Cherries), Vespiquen(Honey), Chansey/Blissey (Eggs),
    GEN V: Vanilluxe (Ice Cream), Amoongus (Mushroom)


    Bugcatcher!
    Spoiler:
    Simply, catch and use pokemon from the bug-catching contest for your first pokemon.
    Then, go back to the national park and catch at least 3 more pokemon, not necessarily bug-types.
    You may wait two days and complete the contest again once or twice to catch up to two more pokemon. This feature is great for anyone who wants to go back and catch some other pokemon in the post-national dex bugcatching contest, before heading to the Kanto league.

    List of available pokemon-families in national park:
    GS: caterpie, weedle, pidgey, hoothoot, sunkern
    C: nidoran, nidoran, venonat, psyduck, hoothoot, spinarak, ledyba, sunkern
    HG: caterpie, pidgey, hoothoot, sunkern, exeggcute, spinarak, pineco,
    SS: weedle, pidget, hoothoot, sunkern,exeggcute, ledyba, pineco,

    List of available pokemon-families in Bugcatching contest:
    (Same for GSC and HGSS for pre-national dex)
    Caterpie, weedle, paras, venomoth, scyther, pinsir

    HGSS Post National Dex Bugcatching Contest:
    Tuesday: Caterpie, weedle, paras, venomoth, scyther, pinsir (same!)
    Thursday: wurmple, nincada, volbeat, kricketot, combee, scyther, pinsir
    Saturday: wurmple, nincada, illumise, kricketot, combee, scyther, pinsir


    Retrograde!
    Spoiler:
    Make a team of 4-6 pokemon.
    (All pokemon for this challenge are obtainable in-game)

    Johto: Only use gen 1 pokemon.
    (You cannot evolve pokemon like seadra into, gen-II pokemon, kingdra)

    Hoenn: Only use gen 1 and 2 pokemon.

    Sinnoh: Only use gen 1, 2, and 3 pokemon.


    Pure Nature Challenge
    Spoiler:
    The simplest one yet.
    All pokemon must have the same nature.
    Choose 4-6 pokemon.


    Ribbon Challenge

    Spoiler:
    You must have six pokemon, no particular order:

    Pokemon 1: Must obtain master rank in cool contests.
    Pokemon 2: Must obtain master rank in cute contests.
    Pokemon 3: Must obtain master rank in smart contests.
    Pokemon 4: Must obtain master rank in beauty contests.
    Pokemon 5: Must obtain master rank in tough contests.
    Pokemon 6: Must obtain at least one ribbon from each of the five contest types.


    Elite Mash-Up!

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    Elite Four: Kanto
    Choose at least one pokemon of each member to complete game:
    Lorelie: Dewgong, Cloyster, Slowbro, Jynx, Lapras,
    Bruno: Onix, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Machoke/Machamp
    Agatha: Gengar, Golbat, Haunter, Arbok
    Lance: Gyarados, Dragonair, Dragonite, Aerodactyl

    Elite Four: Johto
    Choose at least one pokemon of each member to complete game:
    Will: Xatu, Exeggutor, Slowbro, Jynx, (Bronzong, Grumpig, Gardevoir)*
    Koga: Ariados, Foretress, Muk, Venomoth, Crobat (Swalot, Toxicroak, Skuntank)*
    Bruno: Hitmontop, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Machoke/Machamp, Onix/Steelix (Lucario, Hariyama)*
    Karen: Umbreon, Vileplume, Houndoom, Murkrow, Gengar/Haunter, (Weavile, absol, honchkrow)*
    *HGSS ONLY

    Elite Four: Hoenn
    Choose at least one pokemon of each member to complete game:
    Sidney: Mightyena, Shiftry, Cacturne, Absol, Sharpedo, Crawdaunt
    Phoebe: Dusclops, Banette, Sableye
    Glacia: Glalie, Walrein/Sealeo
    Drake: Shelgon, Altaria, Flygon, Salamance, Kingdra

    Elite Four: Sinnoh
    Choose at least one pokemon of each member to complete game:
    Aaron: Beautifly, Dustox, Heracross, Drapion, Vespiquen
    Bertha: Quagsire, Hippodow, Sudowoodo, Wiscash, Golem/Graveler
    Flint: Rapidash, Infernape, Steelix, Lopunny, Drifblim
    Lucian: Mr. Mime, Geraferig, Medicham, alakazam

    Elite Four: Unova
    Choose at least one pokemon of each member to complete game:
    Shauntal: Coffigrigus, Jellicent, Chandelure, Golurk, (Banette, Drifblim)*
    Marshal: Throh, Sawk, Meinshao, Conkeldurr, (Lucario, Medicham, Toxicroak)*
    Grimsley: Scrafty, Krookodile, Liepard, Bisharp, (Drapion)*
    Caitlin: Reuniclus, Gothitelle, Musharna, Siglyph
    *B2W2 Only


    Blasting Off Again!

    Spoiler:

    Use the guide below to choose a team of 6 pokemon:

    Must select exactly two pokemon from each list:
    Rocket Trio: Arbok, Lickitung, Victreebel, Weezing, Meowth/Persian
    Grunts: Rattata/Raticate, Zubat/Golbat/Crobat, Voltorb/Electrode, Grimer/Muk, Oddish/Gloom/Vileplume, Drowzee/Hypno, Sandshrew/Sandslash, Machop/Machoke/Machamp, Cubone/Marowak, Venonat/Venomoth

    Must select exactly one pokemon from each list:
    Giovanni: Rhydon, Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Kangaskan, Dugtrio, Onix
    Legendaries: Moltres, Articuno, Zapdos, Ho-Oh (GOLD), Lugia (SILVER)
    This alludes to the plot of the second Pokemon Movie.


    Protagonists

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    Protagonists: Kanto
    Choose any two pokemon from each trainer to make a team of six:
    Brock's Team: Onix, Geodude/Graveler/Golem, Zubat/Golbat/Crobat, Chansey, Vulpix/Ninetales
    Misty's Team: Goldeen/Seaking, Staryu/Starmie, Horsea/Seadra, Psyduck/Golduck, Poliwag/Poliwhirl/Poliwrath, Gyarados
    Ash's Team: Any Starter Pokemon, Butterfree, Kingler, Pidgeot, Lapras, Primeape, Snorelax, Donphan,

    Protagonists: Johto
    Choose any two pokemon from each trainer to make a team of six:
    Tracy: Venonat/Venomoth, Marill/Azumarill, Scyther/Scizor, Dodrio
    Misty: Togepi/Togetic, Poliwhirl/Poliwrath/Politoed, Corsola, Psyduck/Golduck, Staryu/Starmie, Goldeen/Seaking
    Ash: Any Starter, Noctowl, Heracross, Pikachu, Pidgey/Pidgeotto/Pidgeot

    Protagonists: Hoenn
    Choose any at least one pokemon from each trainer to make a team of six:
    May: Blaziken, Beautifly, Skitty/Delcatty,
    Max: Shroomish/Breloom, Poochyena/Mightyena, Ralts/Kirlia/Gardevoir, Shuppet/Banette
    Brock: Vulpix/Ninetails, Onix/steelix, zubat/golbat/crowbat, Lotad/Lombre/Ludicolo, Mudkip/Marshtomp/Swampert, Geodude/Graveler/Golem
    Ash: Sceptile, Swellow, Torkoal, Cophish/Crawdaunt, Glalie

    Protagonists: Sinnoh
    Select 2 from each trainer:
    Dawn: Piplup/Prinplup/Empoleon, Buneary/Lopunny, Pachirisu, Swinub/Piloswine/Mamoswine, Aipom/Ambipom, Togepi/Togetic/Togekiss, Buizel/Floatzel
    Brock: Croagunk/Toxicroak, Onix/Steelix, Geodude/Graveler/Golem, Happiny/Chansey/Blissey, Rampardos, Rhydon/Rhyperior
    Ash: Infernape, Torterra, Staraptor, Buizel/Floatzel, Gible/Gabite/Garchomp, Gligar/Gliscor

    Protagonists: Unova
    Select 2 pokemon from each trainer:
    Iris: Axew/Haxorus, Drilbur/Excadrill, Emolga, Druddigon, Hydreugon, Archeops
    Cilan: Pansage/Simisage, Dwebble/Crustle, Stunfisk, Maractus, Ferrothorn, Lilligant, Whimsicott, Lillipup/Herdier/Stoutland
    Ash: Any Starter, unfezant, Scaggy/Scrafty, Leavanny, Palpitoad/Seismatoad, Krookodile, boldore/Gigalith


    Champions

    Spoiler:
    Champions: Kanto and Johto
    Select six pokemon of these champions:
    Blue: Any starter, Jolteon, Vaporeon, Flareon, Pidgeot, Alakazam/Kadabra, Rhydon, Exeggutor, Gyarados, Arcanine/Ninetales, Sandslash, Cloyster, Magneton
    Red: Any Starter, Espeon*, Pikachu, Snorlax, Lapras
    * Only available in GSC

    Champions: Hoenn
    Select 3 Pokemon from each list:
    Steven's Team: Skarmory, Aggron, Claydol, Armaldo/Cradily (only one obtainable), Metagross (emerald only)
    Wallace's Team: Milotic, Sealeo/Walrein, Luvdisc, Seaking, Whiscash, Ludicolo, Wailord, Tentacruel, Gyarados, Sharpedo

    Championsinnoh
    Select six from the following trainer:
    Cynthia's Pokemon: Gastrodon, Milotic, Roserade, Garchomp, Spiritomb, Togekiss, Glaceon, Lucario

    Champions:Unova
    Select three pokemon from each trainer:
    Iris's Team: Axew/Haxorus, Drilbur/Excadrill, Emolga, Druddigon, Hydreugon, Archeops
    Alder's Team: Bouffalant, Volcarona, Escavalier, Vanilluxe, Accelgor, Conkeldurr, Braviary


    Aquamagma
    Spoiler:

    From the list, select a team of at least 4 pokemon:

    You must capture exactly one of the following: Groudon, Kyogre, or Rayquaza (Depending on the Version Selected)

    The rest of your team must be selected from this list of notable associates of Team Magma and Team Aqua:
    Team Aqua: Zubat/Golbat/Crobat, Poocheyena/Mightyena, Carvanha/Sharpedo, Wailmer/Wailord, Crawdaunt, Walrein
    Team Magma: Zubat/Golbat/Crobat, Poochyena/Mightyena, Numel/Camerupt, Baltoy/Claydol, Tailow/Swellow, Torkoal


    Space Nerds
    Spoiler:
    From the list, select a team of at least 4 pokemon:

    You must capture exactly one of the following: Dialga, Palkia, or Giratina (Depending on the version you selected)

    The rest of your team must be selected from this list of notable associates of Team Galactic:

    Cyrus: Weavile, Honchkrow, Gyarados, Houndoom (only platinum)
    Mars: Purrugly
    Jupiter: Skuntank
    Saturn: Kadabra/Alakazam, Toxicroak
    Hunter J: Drapion
    Scientist Grunts: Porgon/porygon2/porygon-z, Ralts/Kirlia/Gardevoir (only in Platinum)
    Grunts (additional): Bronzong, Crobat, Beautifly, Dustox, Misdreavus/Mismagius

    Blood Transfusion
    Spoiler:
    From the list, select a team of at least 4 pokemon:

    You must capture exactly one of the following: Reshiram or Zekrom (BW); Terrakion, Cobalion, or Virizion (BW2)

    The rest of your team must be selected from this list of notable associates of Team Plasma:

    Ghetsis: Cohagrigus, Bouffalant, Seismatoad, Hydreigon, Eelektross, Bisharp, Drapion,
    Zinzolin: Crygonal, Weavile
    Anthea: Gothitelle
    Concordia: Gardevoir (BW2)
    Colress: Magneton/Magenzone(BW2), Beheeyem, Klinglang
    Grunts: Patrat/Watchog, Sandile/Krokorok/Krookodile, Trubbish/Garbodor, Purrloin/Liepard, Foongus/Amoongus, Pawniard/Bisharp, Venipede/Whirlipede/Scolipede, Scraggy/Scrafty, (skoropi/drapion,

    Grimer/Muk, Koffin/Weezing, Rattata/Raticate)* Only in BW2

    Unusual Phenomenon

    Spoiler:
    You must obtain 6 different rare pokemon. Each of which, must be caught from special shaking grass(in grass), rippling water(in water), dust clouds (in caves), or shadow on the drawbridge (only applies to Ducklett/Swanna)



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