Fully Cleared the National Pokedex of Pokemon Firered, Emerald, Platinum, lost the cartridge containing all Pokemon in my Pokemon Black File, several years ago.
Cleared the Fangame Pokedex of
Basically cleared the Pokemon Uranium of it's 193/194 Pokemon, with the single Pokemon I'm missing Neopunk, being in an unknown PC Event rather than something you can get in the game or through trading to yourself. There's also 6 more Pokemon that were never released, due to Uranium getting cancelled like it did.
Pokemon Xenoverse Pokedex and Xenodex
Hall of Fame/Pokemon Games Beaten
Beat the mainline games of Pokemon Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Black, X, on actual cartridges that I no longer have.
Pokemon Moon does not have a hall of fame that is in the PC, it has a brief one that's given when you first beat it but I obviously forgot to record it back when I beat it. There's a Golfer who would tell me what species I used to win and that's it, not even the LV's.
Instead here's the team I was using post game
Pokemon Sword also has no hall of fame, so I have to use the filled Stadium in the start menu and my team Menu
These levels aren't entirely accurate as I played a bit of Post Game and the DLC, I was most likely early 50's when I beat the League.
Beaten the side games Pokemon Colosseum, XD Gale of Darkness, Pokemon Ranger, PR Shadow of Almia, Guardian Signs, Pokemon Conquest, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red, Explorers of Darkness, Sky, Gates to Infinite, Super Mystery Dungeon, Pokepark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure.
Beat the Fan Games
Pokemon Xenoverse has no hall of Fame equivalent that I could find, and I was unsure of what team I brought. Most likely team, that was lower level, but Xenoverse had me only really use Electaburst and Shulong in trainer battles before post game. I just used modern mode to level up Pokemon outside of them, so that I could evolve every Pokemon and complete the dex, with Rex mainly being my main catcher.
Mainly just used my starter Electruxo who had a Mega Form with Drizzle and good stats and was thus disgustingly good, and Garlikid, a legendary you get fairly early in the game. This Fan game does have increased difficulty, but with my main two being so Powerful and hitting LV100, all difficulty simply came from my desire to fully complete the Pokedex, and I even played the game again so that I could go and earn all exclusive Pokemon again like the Fossils or Starters before trading it over.
Pokemon Infinite Generations
A very fun run, my final team.
Pokemon Fusion Generations 1
Basically used the good old strategy of soloing the game.
Rom Hacks Beaten - Decided not to bother screenshoting, as I still have the Roms on my computer and aren't likely to ever get rid of them.
Long Rom Hacks Completed full 8 Badges
Pokemon Christmas Twice
Pokemon Dark Energy Beta 4.0
Pokemon dark rising origins worlds collide
Pokemon Light Platinum
Pokemon Septo Conquest
Medium Rom Hacks that were not completed
Pokemon Apollo Beta 0.3 - LV48 Arcanine keypoint
Short but fun Rom Hacks Completed
Pokemon A Grand Day Out
Nuzlocke Classic - The traditional Nuzlocke. Unless otherwise stated, all "locke" runs follow these rules:
1. Only the first Pokemon encountered in a location may be caught.
2. If a Pokemon faints, it must be placed in the PC and may not be used again.
3. All Pokemon must be nicknamed.
4. In the event of a TPK, a save state may be loaded from the latest point before the battle started. This is in order to finish runs in a timely manner. Save states may not be used in other scenarios.
5. If the first encounter is part of the evolutionary family of a previously captured Pokemon, it can be skipped for a different encounter.
6. Eggs and Event Pokemon do not count as regular encounters for their locations.
Hardcore Nuzlocke - This is what I consider to be "hardcore" rules for Nuzlockes. I generally don't play with these rules.
1. Items may not be used in battle.
2. Dupes and Wipe Clauses do not apply (classic rules 5 and 4 respectively).
3. Eggs and Event Pokemon do count as encounters for their locations.
4. The level of my highest Pokemon must not exceed that of the next Gym/Trial Leaders' highest leveled Pokemon.
5. Battle style must be in set mode.
Monolocke - Only Pokemon of a single type may be used. Dual-typed Pokemon with the run type in its typing and Pokemon that gain the type later in its evolutionary family are allowed.
Doublelocke - A Nuzlocke where the same inputs are used to control two games simultaneously. Additional variant rules may be added for enhanced masochism.
Ballocke - Each type of Pokeball may only be used to capture one Pokemon. Recommended only for Gen 2 and later, as Kanto games only have 5 types of Pokeballs. List of Pokeballs in each game for those curious:
Legendaries: May be caught (if required), but not used. Does count as a used ball in Ballockes. The Legendary Dragons are allowed to be used, but only when fighting N's Dragon. Shinies: May be caught, but not used. Does not count as a used ball in Ballockes. Can be used if they are the first encounter in a location. Grand Underground: Each "network" of caves (of which there are 5) counts as one location for the purpose of encounters. Legends Arceus: Additional Pokemon can be caught solely to complete research tasks or quests. These Pokemon may not be used in battle.
Currently raising: Nincada
I'm Ettenmoor, and I like Pokemon (I know right)
Favorite Pokemon Game: White 2
Favorite Pokemon: Solosis
Favorite Type: Ice
Addendum: Bugfix and QoL romhacks are listed as the original games. Any hacks that change the difficulty of AI trainers, are listed as their own games. Hacks that change pokemon availability (including version exclusives) are only listed separately if I actually catch normally unobtainable pokemon.