Nuzlocke Post Your Graveyard.

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Rest in peace, to all mons who never made it.

Memento

The Princess of Darkness
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Team Alpha
Pokédex No.
202
Caught
Jun 30, 2019
Messages
203
Location
St. Louis, Missouri
Nature
Timid
Pronouns
She, her
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Fairy, Ghost
Pokédex Entry
She is known to spend hours daydreaming about her stories.
Well, not everyone can be saved. As the title states, post your graveyard for your Nuzlockes. It doesn't matter if it's not a run you're not planning on posting on or a run that you've been writing for a long time: all shall find solace here.

So, post a tribute to the mons you've lost along the way.

As a note, please try to put them in spoilers. Thank you in advance.
 

RubyClaw

Challenge Seeker and Nuzlocke Completionist
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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
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Jun 9, 2019
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303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Blue Nuzlocke Graveyard (An Android casual extra rules run)

By order of demise:

Slipknot the Ratatta (lvl 3-5)
Oh, you cute little early game catch. You got a silly name as I caught you while playing Guitar Hero and had little muse. Even when I caught you I knew you had little potential (although Hyper Fang is quite awesome in gen I). I decided I'll give you a chance and started leveling you up and letting you fight on your own until you died to a critical hit by a fellow Ratatta. Bye little buddy, may someone else give honor to your kind in another game.


Samurai the Charmilion (lvl 5-23)
Although this was my second death it was perhaps the most painful one. You see, I play under some strict rules usually. No fleeing, no healing items, and so on. I usually don't play with starter pokemons or gift pokemons but this time I decided to allow myself that for two reasons: I played on android and saw this as a more casual game. Second reason is that Charmander is my favorite pokemon since my childhood and I saw this as an opportunity to finally Nuzlocke with him. Hmm, my loved one, you died such a silly and sorrowful death. I was going through Diglette cave and as I'm not allowed to flee I tried to do it as fast as possible. I was greedy and decided to let you handle this, even though I had a Pidgeotto. A critical hit dig killed you. Rest in peace my friend, my I get another opportunity to win the a Charmander somewhere in the future.


Lyrics the Jigglypuff (lvl 3-24)
I was quite excited when I got you. I always like trying pokemon I never thought of using otherwise and Jigglypuff was defiantly one of those. You proved yourself quite buffy and useful until you died to a supersonic self-hit plus critical hit by a Goldeen...


Aura the Vulpix (lvl 16-22)
I always loved fire pokemons, and you were supposed to be my replacement for dear Samurai. You were also supposed to defeat Erica for me and so I started training you for that. You died from a Koffing selfdestruct in the Rocket Hideout, an obvious Nuzlocke trap I should have been more careful with.


Dubi the Snorlax (lvl 30-47)
My final and second most painful death I had this run. His name is the hebrew version of "Teddy Bear", and indeed a cuddly, friendly, plushy bear he was. This is the first time I successfully caught a Snorlax in a Nuzlocke (after I failed to do so twice in my LeafGreen run and once before this one). You were quite amazing. Deadly attacks, awesome health, rest proved very useful, and you were surely a force to be reckoned with. I even taught you Ice Beam and Thunderbolt getting you ready for Lance. Then, I started walking towards Victory Road and suddenly realized there was a rival fight here. It was much harder than I expected and so I lost you. Someone had to take the heat from the deadly Alakazam and you were the only one with the health to do it. I'm sorry my friend, rest in peace - like your species likes to do so much.
 
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RubyClaw

Challenge Seeker and Nuzlocke Completionist
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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Pokemon No PC Box Red Graveyard
Just a regular run on my Nintendo 3DS of pokemon Red (and the last game left from gen I for my Hall of Fame). Only unique rule other than the Nuzlocke regular ones - I can't use the PC box for pokemon. What I got is what I got. Don't want a pokemon? Don't catch it and lose the encounter. Really hate one of your pokemon? Kill it yourself if you dare (never did that). Lost a pokemon in battle? Wait for you next catch.

BloodBeak the Spearow lvl 10-17 (Female)

The first death of the run. Not much to say about this little birdie. She was a brave one, and died a cruel death to a trainer with a Zubat by a combined selfhit after a Supersonic, and the opponent's critical hit bite, back in route 11. I admit she wasn't my favorite pokemon on the team, but I did have high hopes for her. Plus, she had an awesome name. Farewell my little battle chick.

BlackPearl the Cloyster lvl 15-41 (Female)

The most painful death of this run. As in this run under my rules every death means having to catch a new pokemon, hoping it will be a useful one, and training it from scratch, losing such an awesome pokemon so late was really hard. BlackPearl was the first Cloyster I ever got to use, and I learned to love it's totally OP move Clamp in its Gen I version. I even sacrificed my Ice Beam TM (which almost cost me the game in retrospect) as I had so much faith in this one. I finally sent her over against Blaine, which she totally crushed, until she got to his lvl 47 Arcanine who killed her with a Fire Blast critical hit to my great surprise and horror. I do hope I'll get to use one of your kind again one day. Rest in peace brave one.

CloudHead the Slowbro lvl 32-49 (Female)

As BlackPearl lay dead in front of me, nothing but a cooked clam, a scorched shell, I realized I was in trouble. The end game was coming, I was right before the battle with Giovanni master of the ground type, and had no pokemon who could usefully use an Ice move as an answer to Lance the lord of the dragons. I therefore knew it was time to do some fishing, and so I caught one of my favorite pokemon, a slowpoke. CloudHead soon proved to be one of the most useful pokemon in my party. Being a Psychic (a totally broken type in this gen, as my Starmie in my Yellow run showed me) and a powerful Surfer not much could stand in its way. Only problem it was slow, but even that didn't really stop it from destroying entire teams. And so CloudHead defeated Giovanni completely by herself, and helped me cruise through the cursed Victory Road without losing any pokemon, something quite rare for me. Finally I got to Bruno and CloudHead destroyed all of his team, until his Machamp Ace came. I was sure this was going to be easy, but I forgot one thing - Fissure. In a KO attack CloudHead was annihilated. I was shocked, and horrified as I lost her before my battle against Lance putting me in great trouble. RubyClaw my Charizard came and saved the day and avenged her. Good bye CloudHead, you are still a champion to me.
 

CasualGameFreak

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Team Alpha
Pokédex No.
130
Caught
Jun 23, 2019
Messages
221
Location
Flower Paradise
Nature
Quirky
Pronouns
they/she
Pokémon Type
Grass
Pokédex Entry
Casual tends to be plagued with identity issues. Their support for the disadvantaged knows few bounds.
I've got a few to port over from the old forum, but I'll start with my Black 2 Wedlocke's graveyard, as it's the biggest of my three completed runs.

David the Dewott, Lvl 5-33

I still have no idea how I managed to get to the fifth Gym in one of the most brutal games in the series without a single loss. So of course, a botched calc causes me to lose my starter first, just three levels from evolving. When I saw Clay's Excadrill using Slash, I just knew the crit was coming, and indeed it did. David did so much in the background, and yet he was struck down right as he got his chance to shine...


Sarah the Liepard, Lvl 2-33

David's death was one hell of a bitch-slap. And of course, my mistake combined with the Wedlocke's rules ripped Sarah's life away as well, just to add insult to injury. I hadn't taken the time to TM up the party, and thus she had absolutely nothing to deal with Excadrill, especially not after he healed up...


Zach the Ducklett, Lvl 25-32

I had trained him up to replace David, and he had performed quite well in the PWT, mediocre stats aside. I decided to do some exploring in Mistralton Cave and get the last couple levels to catch him and his partner up to the party. But then I made a critical mistake and stopped paying attention, and when I looked back at the game, Zach had been crit by a random Woobat...


Georgia the Watchog, Lvl 10-36

Can you tell this section of the game was really rough? This time it was a random Trainer on Route 7, who happened to have a very powerful Normal-type in Cinccino, who took advantage of Georgia being asleep to take her out with Tail Slap. From a comfortable 3/4ths of her health to gone in no time flat...


Frank the Leavanny, Lvl 3-41

Of all the deaths in this run, the loss of Frank, who had grown into being the leader of the team, was by a long shot the most painful. And it was all my fault. No random crits or unexpected coverage to blame here--just a single moment of absolute stupidity. I was going down Route 14 to grab some extra XP before going north towards Lacunosa, when Bulbapedia warned me of a Triple Battle incoming that included a Gligar. I was the idiot who decided that Gligar must be Flying in name only, Gliscor almost never runs flying moves in comp, therefore Gligar shouldn't have Flying moves, RIGHT? When Espeon failed to OHKO and "The foe's Gligar used Acrobatics!" showed up, it was already too late--the screwup had been made, and Frank had paid for it with his life...


Patricia the Sandslash, Lvl 19-57

After Frank fell, the game finally let up for a bit, allowing me to get settled in with the team. In particular, Patricia had impressed me with her physical bulk and determined takedowns of multiple dangerous mons, especially half of Ghetsis's team. And then the rival battle at the end of Victory Road came and screwed everything up. When Unfezant U-Turned into Simisear and forced her in, she was already in a bit of a pinch. And then Flamethrower took her to just a third, meaning she was in deep trouble. Indeed, my attempt to stall it out of PP was cut short by a critical...


Viktor the Ferrothorn, Lvl 26-57

Patricia's death forced Viktor in against a fast, strong Fire-type. Enough said. I was very pissed to lose these two right before the League, where I had expected and hoped for them to put in a lot of work, and yet it was dashed by a U-turn and a poorly-timed crit...
 

PageEmperor

I do stuff, and... I do stuff.
Pokédex No.
647
Caught
Aug 8, 2019
Messages
186
Location
With an axe
Pokémon Type
Electric, Water
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Just a guy with way to many ongoing Nuzlockes.
Now time for Victory Fire Nuzlocke Deaths.

KrustyKrab the Gible Lvl 5-12
Fell to a Marowak shortly after the first gym.

Kayfedc the Pidove Lvl 5-16
Died to a lvl 14 Machoke nobody could handle.

Neri the Flaaaffy Lvl 3-18
I love critical hits, they are my favourite! Especially when you took all that time to grind an prepare for an overleveled Seviper you knew would cause trouble if you didn't grind, but someone dies anyway because crit!

Grovyle that I didn't get a chance to name Lvl 5-25

Died to a Zangoose who could have taken anybody out.

Lawnmower the Shiny Mightyena Lvl 6-29
Yes a shiny, who died in the most haxed way possible. Was up against a Doduo that used Tri attack, got burnt, so I healed and then it attacks, then I heal and it crits, then I heal and everything seems fine, and then it crits again and Lawnmower dies. No, how do you crit twice under 3 turns and have 2nd one crit at a time where it shouldn't?

Oseph the Scrafty Lvl 17-42
Died to a crit, but I forgot what mon did it.

Dig-nity the Dugtrio Lvl 4-43
Oooh boy, Dig-nity was literally my MVP for until death. Died to a Hitontop's Counter

Parch the Machamp Lvl 8-50

Died to a rival's Marowak via a crit, possibly the same Marowak that killed KrustyKrab.

Dig-nity 2.0 the Dugtrio Lvl 22-51
Died to presumably an opponent's Reshiram.

Sent the Luxray Lvl 20-31
Sacrificed so that I could win a battle against a rival.

Esther the Altaria Lvl 37-58
Well, here we go! He was easily the saddest death. Was looking forward to rasing him, had his moveset ready and all, and then he dies to a goddamn Togekiss.

Sallter the Cofagrigus Lvl 7-60
2nd saddest death. The worst part is that she died to a mon that she is supposed to be specialised in knocking out, a Weezing. I've always sent her out against them because y'know, Explosions. But then this one used Destiny bond instead, Sallter OHKO'd it with Psychic and it was the end. The worst part is that If Psychic wasn't in her moveset and she went for something else, she would have survived.

Alright, now to post a new thread on moves you've grown to like and not like thanks to nuzruns.
 

Ardomew

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Team Delta
Pokédex No.
179
Caught
Jun 30, 2019
Messages
101
Location
The Canadian Wilderness
Nature
Modest
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Normal, Psychic
Pokédex Entry
The Violet Wizard. Passionate about art, food, and games.
Here's a record of all the Graveyards I've posted on the old forums.
Julie the Nidoran - killed during training by a Rattata. Didn't even get a chance to level up.
Shelly the Butterfree - killed by a Mankey on Nugget Bridge. I thought she could outspeed that thing. Why didn't I heal her?
John the Abra - killed by a Machop. It was his first battle. At least he got to use Thunder Wave to ensure Rosie and Derek would take it down.
Joey the Rattata - killed by a Butterfree north of Vermilion. Critical Confusion while sleeping...
Belle the Weepinbell - killed by a Raticate east of Vermilion. She died to save Dana the Diglett from a critical Hyper Fang.
Valium the Snorlax - killed by a Dodrio west of Fuschia. I thought he could tank another hit, but it got a critical Drill Peck. There was nothing I could do...
Dana the Dugtrio - killed by the lvl 38 Hypno in Fuschia Gym. A critical Psychic? You have got to be kidding me...
Dux the Farfetch'd - also killed by the Hypno in Fuschia Gym. Even after healing you, you couldn't take another Psychic after your Special went down...
Exoscyther the Kabuto - killed by a Fearow west of Fuschia. Mirror Move'd critical Ice Beam? I'm sorry...I should of healed you...
Coilette the Electrode - killed by Articuno. A critical Ice Beam one hit kill? I'm sorry. If I ordered you to attack instead of setting up a Light Screen, you may have survived.
Edna the Kingler - killed by Articuno. Another critical Ice Beam death? It hurt to see you die, even though I hardly got to know you.
Luke the Fearow - killed by Mewtwo. You couldn't stand up to him after he buffed his defence with Barrier. Then that critical Psychic tore you apart. I'm sorry, bro.
Queen Bolt the Electrike - killed by a Zigzagoon while grinding. Damn Headbutt! Didn't see it coming...
Mark the Whismur - killed by Brendan's Wailmer. Should of had my Grovyle out for it. That critical Water Gun ended your poor life...
Rhonda the Gloom - killed by Wattson's Magnemite. Freakin' Parafusion! The killing blow was from yourself...
Harkinian the Grovyle - killed by Wattson's Voltorb. Self...Destruct...I know everything happens for a reason, but why did he have to pay the price?!?
Noko the Tentacool - killed by a Koffing's Self Destruct. I didn't think they knew that move at level 17. I should of expected it...
Terra the Numel - killed by Maxie's Mightyena. What an annoying battle. Bite kept flinching her and I had to keep using Super Potions. Then the crit happened...
O'Chunks the Hariyama - killed by Gabby & Ty. When I saw that Magneton score a critical ThunderBolt on you, I almost cried. You survived with only a bit of health left and were paralyzed, and then that bloody Exploud finished the job with Stomp before I had a chance to heal you up. Luckily Zazari the Cradily and Jenova the Dusclops managed to avenge your cruel death. You were the team leader after Harkinian fell, and now you've passed on as well. I'm sorry, Chunky.
Electra the Shinx - killed by a freakin' Bidoof! We would of had so much good times...
Blocky the Geodude - killed by a Pachirisu. Magnitude couldn't kill it as it used Bide. Even after fully healing you, the Bide still tore you apart.
Marly & Carly the Staravia - killed by a Geodude and a Machoke respectively.
Aayla the Crobat - killed by a Graveler. Critical Self Destruct?!? Fuck you game!
Mistake the Bibarel - accidently caught you in the Great Marsh. Since my first catch there was a Psyduck named Alice, I can't use you. That would be breakin' the rules...
Molly the Medicham - killed by a Gengar. I should of realised you were in trouble when your Psychic only brought it into the red. When it fired that Shadow Ball, I could only watch as your health dropped to nothing and the 'critical hit' message flashed before me. I should of used Styx the Torterra instead. I'm sorry you could not make it to the end.
Dolly the Medicham - killed by a Staraptor and Whiscash in Victory Road. As my Victory Road catch, I hoped you could live out Molly's legacy (even though you had almost no EV's), but you fell so easily.
Embra the Rapidash - killed by a Staraptor in Victory Road. WHY DID I FORGET THAT THEY LEARN QUICK ATTACK?! I should of healed you...
Wendy the Staraptor - killed by a Machoke while training for the Elite 4. If I chose Fly instead of Aerial Ace, you would of avoided that critical Cross Chop... ...OH GOD WENDY, I'M SORRY!
Saphina the Sandile - killed by a Police Officer outside of Nimbasa. That asshole's Herdier just had to score a crit Take Down...
Aileen the Sandile - killed by a wild Tranquill in LostLorn Forest. She was gonna be the one to make Saphina's death not in vain, but I forgot that Tranquill had Quick Attack. Why didn't I switch her out?
Donatello the Tirtouga - killed by Clay's Excadrill. WHAT THE FUCK WAS I THINKING?! He was low on health, and that mole had used Hone Claws twice, and used Bulldoze. WHY DID I THINK YOU COULD TANK IT?!?
Mary the Swanna - killed by a Veteran's Beheeyem in Victory Road. I had no idea that thing had Thunderbolt. Sorry girl...
Broc the Simisage - killed by a wild Bouffolant on Route 10. YOU WERE SO CLOSE TO FINISHING YOUR ELITE TRAINING! WHY DID I GO INTO THE DARK GRASS?! I really hoped I could take you all the way buddy. You're the reason we even made it past Striaton. T^T
Aang the Pidgey - you were my first catch of the run, and I foolishly let you die because I thought he could face a Kadabra by yourself. You were just one level away from evolving...

Zoey the Gastly - I thought that Raichu had Thundershock. When I saw the word Thunderbolt on my screen, I knew you were a goner. Should of had Roxy, who was a Geodude at the time, take it on...

Chrona the Hoothoot - trying to train you up, I foolishly thought a Snubbull wouldn't be much of a problem. Critical Bite sucks, man. I was just starting to get attached to you too.

Roxy the Graveler - your loss was truly a painful one. It was you who took down Falkner by yourself. It was you that survived Scyther's U-turn with 1 hit point to win us our second badge. It was you who took attacks I knew the others could not. So when I faced that psychic at the ruins of Alph, and his Girafarig obliterated you with a critical Psybeam, my heart sank like an anchor. I wanted to make you a Golem so badly. I'm sorry Roxy. You didn't deserve to die. T~T

Cerabi the Hypno - killed by Koga's Muk. Psychic brought it to the red, then it hit you with Gunk Shot. Damage + poison finished off my poor Hypno...
Jet the Fletchinder
lvl 3 - lvl 32
Killed by a Hawlucha's Rock Tomb in Reflection Cave

Norm the Dunsparce
lvl 5 - lvl 41
Killed by Clemont's Heliolisk scoring a critical Thunderbolt

Trisha the Raichu
lvl 3 - lvl 72
Killed by Diantha's MegaGardevoir's Moonblast
Saw the Wingull
She was the first Pokémon I got from wonder trade for this challenge, so I was really bummed to see her go. A Snubbull thought it would be fun to get a crit on her while I was training. I really didn't want her to be the first to go...

Louis Nessé the Lapras
I didn't wonder trade him because I was required to have a Pokémon with Surf and my only other option was a timid Goldeen. He was very strong and a hell of a tank. Sadly, he couldn't last against Olympia's Slowking. Power Gem broke my poor plesiosaur like a glass desk.

Gurdurr, aka, The Destroyer
He was Adamant, he had Mach Punch and Drain Punch, and I got him in time to wreck Grant's dinosaurs. He had the highest offensive stat on the team for a super long time, and could of made it to the Hall of Fame honestly. But, Lysandre had to ruin my dream. His MegaGyarados crushed my super amazing fighter. I forget if the death blow was a crit, but it was such utter BS. Gurdurr, you deserved better than this.
Gilda the Taillow
Lvl6-14
Killed by a trainer's Machop in Brawley's gym. She got utterly wrecked. I'm sorry I couldn't protect her.

Isabelle the Oddish
Lvl14-18
Killed by Wattson's Magneton. This was a bad loss. My best Pokémon were all low on health, so I tried to get her to put it to sleep while I prepared to counter attack. But, a critical Volt Switch destroyed her.

Terrence the Beautifly
Lvl6-35
Killed by a trainer's Xatu. I really hate myself for losing you. Ever since I caught you as a humble Silcoon in Petalburg Woods, I've strived to make you a truly awesome butterfly. You were much stronger than your appearance made you seem, and you were a joy to fight beside throughout the challenge. I still don't understand why I thought that Xatu wasn't strong enough to kill you...

Ashley the Pikachu
Lvl20-41
Killed by Tate's Solrock. You were my happy-go-lucky cosplayer, and a helpful friend to have in this game. With your costume moves and Light Ball, you seemed unstoppable. But, because I was under-leveled for that gym, you paid the price. I'm sorry, Ashley.

Dr. Bees the Beedrill
Lvl30-34
Killed by Amy & Liv's Plusle & Minun. I really wanted to take advantage of your Mega for some epic kills against the Elite Four, but I was too reckless while training you. Now whenever there is a handsome family picnic woefully underpopulated by bees, or an overabundance of bees in the workplace, you won't be there to help...

Abby the Linoone
Lvl3-51
Killed by Lady Cindy's Linoone. Belly Drum is a stupid move! I'm so sorry I didn't save you, Abby! You've been with us for so long, helping us out by learning HMs and finding items for our benefit throughout our crazy journey. I regret losing you as much as Terrence and Ashley. May you rest in peace.
Harley the Bidoof 4-12
Killed by Team Galactic Grunts in Jubilife City
She could of made a good partner with tons of HM coverage.

Crystal the Geodude 7-22
Killed by Jupiter's Skuntank in Eterna City
Wasn't durable enough to take a crit Night Slash.

Sparkler the Luxio 3-27
Killed herself while facing Fantina's Mismagius
A victim of bad luck and poor judgment.

Rorrim the Bronzong 14-36
Killed by Crasher Wake's Floatzel
He was a great tank that ultimately tanked under the pressure.

Hydra the Floatzel 10-44
Killed by Candice's Froslass & hail
A very close and strong friend, brought down by Candice's cold grip.

Slurp the Lickilicky 20-45
Killed by Cyrus' Crobat in the Distortion World
A critical Cross Poison and the horrendous poison status was too much for you. I wish I handled you more carefully.
Bristles the Zigzagoon
lvl 3 - lvl 16
Died in Slateport... to something. I honestly forgot how she died, but it was an awful one.

Voltaria the Electrike
lvl 12 - lvl 13
Died to a trainer's Carvanha in the Soda shack. She was taken way before her time, and had a lot of potential. Such a shame she had to die to a Water type of all things.

Glider the Wingull
lvl 3 - lvl 17
Died to a Team Aqua Grunt's Carvanha. Not even going to defend myself here. I should have switched to somebody else, but I just wanted my bird to fly high.

Muscle Man the Machoke
lvl 13 - lvl 32
Died to Norman's Slaking. Retaliate took him down from full health. I was really looking forward to using more of him, but he had to fall, even after I set up with Powerup Punch.

Echolocator the Loudred.
lvl 9 - lvl 30
Died to a trainer's Sandslash. I really felt bad about losing him, since he helped us conquer Wattson. I was careless, and that cost him his life.

Annie the Anorith
lvl 20 - lvl 35
Died to a trainer's Breloom. You know what's awesome? Having a large fossil bug to crush your enemies. You know what's not awesome? FUCKING COUNTER!!!

Tickles the Cosplay Pikachu
lvl 20 - lvl 38
Died to Winona's Altaria. I really should have been more careful with her. She was around for so long, always providing support and nuzzling Gyarados' to death. In the end, bad luck took her life. Icicle Crash could have finished that dragon-bird off, but the attack missed, and it ended Tickles' life with Earthquake. I'm so sorry, my little diva...
Ward the Patrat
lv. 4 - lv. 5
Died to a critical hit from a wild Patrat. I had been playing so much Gen 6 and 7 lately that I forgot crits did 2x damage in Gen 5. Ward died very early on before he even got a chance to prove himself. I'm sorry I wasn't very careful with you, buddy.

Luna the Golduck
lv. 5 - lv. 48
Died to a trainer's Druddigon in Opelucid Gym. Luna was an instrumental part of my team, ever since she joined us in Floccesy Ranch. She fought in many battles and never gave in. Her death was entirely my fault. I should have known than her Ice Punch wouldn't have killed, and I should have avoided the residual damage from Rough Skin and Rocky Helmet by using Psychic instead. I'm sorry for failing you, my darling Golduck.

Eleanor the Azumarill
lv. 40 - lv. 51
Died to a trainer's Excadrill. A critical hit with a +2 boost from Swords Dance. Could have been avoided, but Eleanor paid the ultimate price.
Tamara the Bidoof
Died to a wild Bidoof on Route 201. Boy that sucked. You needed one more hit to beat your opponent, Tackle missed, and then it scored a crit Tackle on you. FML​
...that's it? I only had one death in a Nuzlocke? Man, that's good.
Bowie the Furfrou
Level 7 - Level 34
Killed by Guzma's Masquerain in Malie Garden.

Bowie joined us at a fantastic point in the game where his good stats and excellent ability made battles trivial on the first two islands. His strength aided us well in many battles, such as Totem Marowak. Sadly, Guzma cut his life off too short. I had very few solid counters to his team and thought that Bowie could hold his own against that killer fly. I was wrong, and my poor pupper paid the price.

Showstopper the Mr. Mime
Level 7 - Level 46
Killed by a wild Granbull in Poni Wilds.

When I first saw that Mime Jr. appear in Hau'oli City, my heart skipped a beat! The opportunity to use one of my favourite Psychic types was a generous prospect to me, and I welcomed her into the team with open arms. Her powerful psychic moves, along with support in the form of Dual Screens, lead her to many different battles. She thoroughly stopped Hala's team by herself, helped us neutralize Team Skull and Aether Foundation whenever they showed up, and aided us against a tragically subdued Lusamine. Sadly, our first steps into Poni Island were overconfident, and I allowed her to get done in by a Play Rough. Defense was never her strong suit, I should have called her back! I'm sorry, Showstopper.

Grandiose the Granbull
Level 43 - 56
Killed by Totem Kommo-o in Vast Poni Canyon.

Remember that Granbull I said killed Showstopper? I wasn't exactly thrilled with putting her on the team, but I needed a fairy to deal with the next Totem, so I reluctantly put her on. During the brief time she was with us, Grandiose actually proved very helpful. She smashed apart many of the trainers on VPC, and managed to help cut the Dragon Totem's power down thanks to Intimidate. Sadly, she was doomed from the start. Play Rough failed to make the KO thanks to the Totem's Roseli Berry, and Scizor immediately came to support its boss with Bullet Punch. Grandiose went down, but her efforts helped us make it past that trial.


Nakama the Wishiwashi
Level 17 - Level 60
Killed by Ultra Necrozma in Ultra Megalopolis.

Nakama joined us as our Water type after we cleared Totem Araquanid, and I couldn't be more proud of him. With his amazing stats and powerful attacks, he decimated many opponents and provided countless help throughout the run. Totem Marowak, Olivia, Totem Mimikyu, Totem Kommo-o, and so many more fell to the strength and teamwork of these fantastic fish. When it came time to take on UN, I lead with Nakama to hopefully cripple its offensive stats with Tearful Look. He never even got the chance, as he was wiped out by a single Photon Geyser. I am sorry for not being more cautious with you, Nakama. You were a great team of fish.

Douglas the Dugtrio
Level 11 - Level 61
Killed by Totem Ribombee in Seafolk Village.

Douglas lasted much longer than I was expecting to in this run. Sure he was powerful, and fast to boot, but that low HP and defensive stats made me worried throughout the entire game. Somehow, he kept on fighting, and managed to make it all the way to the final Totem fight in the game. I had hoped that his Corkscrew Crash would be enough to take out the Totem, but it just wasn't enough. Ribombee proved too much for him, and he was soon wiped out. Still, I'm impressed that he managed to last this long. You did well, you fabulous trio.
 

dinner

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Pokédex No.
632
Caught
Aug 4, 2019
Messages
9
Yellow - annoyingly, I was at 0 deaths with 7 badges before losing my safe and restarting... (whyever I did bother with that, having played Blue just before)


Regx, R25, Level 14-25 - This one was devastating - crit Mega Kick OHKO by a (or rather, that) Raichu. I had absolutely nothing to properly substitute the anti-rock role, but this did give rise to my previously ignored and boxed earlier Rattata catch as a Bubblebeam user that ended up staying on the team until the end.
Nsp, R10, Level 16-17 - I had this weird thing where I had 2 Nidorans before Brock already (with notably different stat distributions), and then got another one... So I figured, why not level up Mr. Nidoran Sausage Party here as well for a few minutes and see how this one turns out in comparison? Nope, he died half-evolved on the way to the third Moonstone... to a Rattata. I ended up kicking out his two elder brothers around Celadon due to being bored of Nidokings and no longer really needing the muscle. (I could have taught one of these Bubblebeam instead, of course, had I wanted to) I was so bored of Nidokings, I made the core of my team a Pidgeot and (mentioned) Raticate instead, and they felt less generic.
(not so) Toughguy, Safari Zone, Level 20-23 - Man... when you actually get kind of a rare catch that also has potential, they just have to have something dumb happen every freaking time. So, Rhyhorn started out with only Horn Attack, and I wanted to level it against some things that couldn't touch it... so I used Horn Attack on a bunch of things, eventually I get pretty low on HP, but it's my turn, and I will get the kill... and hurt myself in recoil.:v: Was a Rattata, too.
Talisman, Viridian Forest, Level 5-38 - Obviously this one sucked as well - Had been on my core team for far longer than Gloom, even if it was obviously the weakest member at that point. Some sludgy Weezing in Silph tanked a Psybeam and did it in (I'm not even sure if it was a crit, but it probably was), and I ended up putting a lot of grinding effort into a Venonat->moth replacement.... that then saw very limited practical use, in fact none in boss battles. My only death not involving a Rattata in some way, though my Raticate probably was on mop-up duty for the remainder of that fight.
 
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PageEmperor

I do stuff, and... I do stuff.
Pokédex No.
647
Caught
Aug 8, 2019
Messages
186
Location
With an axe
Pokémon Type
Electric, Water
Pokédex Entry
Just a guy with way to many ongoing Nuzlockes.
Welp, let's go.
Skai the Arceus, Hardy Lvl 2-4
Died against a Youngster's Bayleef. I guess Bayleef is the new god now.

Kent the Snover, Jolly Lvl 6
Died while trying to catch RuBae the Linoone, who mega kicked him to the next dimension.

Rival the Slaking, Calm Lvl 6-20
Died to a Tangrowth that knew Explosion. Was going to box him anyway because he was way overpowered but it was still sad to see him go out like that.

Pedrina the Walrein, Lonely Lvl 6-34
Died to a Kabutops while grinding, who used Head smash.

Murd the Darkrai, Brave Lvl 29-42
Was one-shot by the villian's Palkia. Had no counters for it so he had no choice.

Gryphon! the Hippopotas, Bashful Lvl 40
Died to an Electabuzz's crit Judgement. Why didn't I use the Exp. share?

Andre the Lanturn, Naive Lvl 16-45
Died to an Electabuzz's crit Judgement.

Hurricane the Hitmonlee, Lvl 22-48
Died to an Electabuzz's crit Judgement. Nah, jk. Died to a Floatzel that pulled a Psychic from it's ass.
Sonnie the Glalie
Died to a Regice owned by a trainer. Somehow my Ralts had a better time dealing with it

Everette the Ralts
Died to a Cobalion in a double battle. There was no way I could have prevented his demise.

Darlene the Hippopotas
Yep, I caught these guys in 2 of my randomiaers, they both died. This one died to a Golett with HORN LEECH and Darlene missed all her Drill runs.

Munson the Steelix
Died by a literal friendly fire: I had no idea Searing shot hits everything on the field. It doesn’t say anywhere in the name that it hit’s everything, ‘shot’ makes me think it’s like a streamlined Flamethrower. On one hand this might not be massively sad because he was a Modest Steelix, but he was also the only thing I had to a counter to Electric types.

Suzi the Sandshrw
Missed a Hi jump kick when weakened and died because of it.

Villianess the Liepard
Died against a Blastoise while trying to catch it.

Les the Weavile
Died against a Skitty as I was trying to catch it.

Morris the Zangoose
Died to a Vespiqueen’s Hurricane. I would call bs on Hurricane landing 3 times until I remembered that it has boosted accuracy in the rain. And people ask me why I don’t want wild weather events to be in gen8.

BombChina the Clefairy
Died against the 5th leader’s Spinarak. I totally forgot the bug could outspeed me.

Thedon the Growlithe
Died while switch grinding a team member, forgot to what.

I have as many dead mons as mons that are currently alive. Fuck this run.
Shenon the Manectric
Died against a Girafarig. It went like this, Girafarig used Psybeam, Manectric got confused and hit itself, Girafarig used Zen headbutt and deals tons of damage to the red zone, Manectric higs itself and dies.

Yes, only 1 death so far.
 
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sunburstblue

blue stars burn brighter
Artist
Team Alpha
Pokédex No.
274
Caught
Jul 1, 2019
Messages
34
Location
Rumbly earth land
Nature
Modest
Pronouns
She/her
Pokémon Type
Fire, Water
Pokédex Entry
Well, her Pokédex No. is #274, which is Nuzleaf. Could anything be more hilariously fitting for this forum?
This was one of my best runs so far (in terms of death count).

TOTAL DEATHS: 4

Harland the Raticate
♂
Lv. 4-26

My third catch (Route 46) and first death. He died fighting Silver's Magnemite in the Burnt Tower. He got hit with Supersonic, took two Sonic Booms, and hurt himself twice before going down. Probably my favorite rat ever. He was a good team member and he didn't even get the chance to shine against Morty. :(

Ruth the Heracross ♀
Lv. 13-24

RUTH!!!! Big mom vibes all around. I caught her on Route 42 (via Headbutt) and I was SO excited to use her. My team was already full but I started training her up anyway. She never got to join the team. A Tentacruel got her on Route 41 by Cianwood City.

Austin the Pidgeot ♂
Lv. 2-65

MY BABY BOY ;A; MY FIRST CAPTURE ON ROUTE 29. He was on my team from the very beginning. He beat Lance. He beat all the Kanto Gym Leaders -- all except Blue. I recorded the fight but I can't access the footage, but I'm almost 100% sure Blue's Machamp used Stone Edge and got a OHKO (possibly even a crit). I was devastated. My entire team was comprised of Pokemon I got in the first couple routes leading up to and around Violet City. After Ruth's death, I didn't experience a single death between Jasmine's gym and Blue's. I really didn't expect him to die, and I never filled his spot with another Pokemon.

Windell the shiny Jumpluff ♂
Lv. 6-88

My pride and glory. My sunshine child. My mischievous brat. I went into the fight against Red with only five Pokemon (R.I.P. Austin) and even though I knew that Jumpluffs are super squishy, I needed him in that final battle. I sent him out against Red's Blastoise. He got a Giga Drain in that took about one third of Blastoise's health. Then Blastoise used Blizzard. It hit -- and Windell survived with 7HP. I had to watch him take hail damage and go down, knowing there was nothing I could do. I didn't end up releasing him with the others because, well, shiny. Duh. He's chillin' in my Diamond cartridge now with the surviving team members.
 
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RubyClaw

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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Yellow Nuzlocke Graveyard (An Android Anti-Ash Extra Rules Run)
Rules used: http://s7.zetaboards.com/Nuzlocke_Forum/topic/11023206/1/

By order of demise:
John the Ratatta (lvl 3-4)


I wasn't allowed to ever evolve you to Raticate as for some reason Ash owned it for a few seconds before trading it away. Still I thought I'd give you a chance, and pushed you too far against a fellow Ratatta while training, as I often do.

Duke the Drowzee (lvl 14-17)

You were killed by a trainers Ekans critical hit bind. As usual, I push my pokemon too far in their early training hoping they could stand for their own, and here I lost quite a powerful one with great potential... Psychic is so broken in the Gen I.

Lana the Ponyta (lvl 32-37)


I was getting cocky and started feeling the game was too easy, until you died a silly death in the Rocket HQ by a supersonic self-hit plus a critical hit bite from a Golbat. I never seem to get a Fire type pokemon in my team no matter how much I try.

Brawn the Machoke (lvl 21-32)


Not much after I lost Lana - another death in Rocket HQ, this time to a critical hit hyper fang by another Raticate... This was a hard one as I was carrying him with me for quite a while and never gave him a true chance for glory until I finally decided to invest in him. Leveled him up a bit, started to feel connected to him, and then I lost him.

Daffodil the Vileplume (lvl 12-41)


My last and hardest death in this run. Daffodil was an awesome member of my team that should have made it to the elite four. He is the sole reason I won both against Misty and Lt. Surge and only thanks to him I survived my no fleeing rule in many of the caves this game has to offer as he slayed Geodude after Geodude, Onix after Onix. I did a common Nuzlocke mistake and used Petal Dance when fighting Gary. He switched out to his Ninetails, hit me twice with fire attacks, and burned you to the ashes. Rest in peace my friend.
 
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RubyClaw

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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Gen II only Gold Nuzlocke Graveyard
I think this is my least bloody run so far. Cool, here it comes.

By order of demise:

Tesla the Flaaffy (lvl 15-28 Male):

I was very much hoping to catch a Mareep in his run, and when I finally did I was quite excited. You were a true ally, helped me cross the sea without any trouble, and generally showed great promise. I lost you in a very dangerous battle, in which your effort probably saved many other lives. My team was wounded when I met a trainer with a Gyarados on route 41. The battle was hard and he kept on thrashing us until finally a critical hit finished you off.

Carson the Sunflora (11-41 Female)

You were probably less valuable than Tesla if you look at the statistics, but you were definitely the hardest loss in this run. I caught you as a little seedling and immediately fell in love with your uniqueness. Had to wait for the weekend to end to get you your sun stone in the bug contest, and ever since you were quite a useful member of my team. I was sure I was going to take you all the way to the elite four (and you were quite useful in the seventh gym where you destroyed most of my enemies) until I got to notorious Clair. Clair is always deadly, and you were my only option against her smoke screening Kingdra. You pulled your weight, did an awesome job, but I had no choice but to use your Petal Dance in order to win the battle, and we all know what that means in a Nuzlocke. You finished her Kindgra, and just before the danced ended you were slayed by a Dragonair Ice Beam. My Piloswine, Peary, avenged your death, but your loss was still a heavy burden on this run. Rest in peace my always sunny and smiling friend.

Edison the Chincou (lvl 20-23 Male)

Honestly? A silly unneeded death. I thought I'll give this cool and bizarre looking pokemon I never used before a chance. Started training it in route 26 near the end of the game, when it was killed by a Raticate Pursuit... Sorry buddy, rest in peace.
 

mondograss

Decent at Rhythm Heaven
Writer
Team Omega
Pokédex No.
680
Caught
Aug 15, 2019
Messages
69
Nature
Naive
Pokémon Type
Dark, Normal
Pokédex Entry
This Pokemon is infamously irritable, but it comes down from its rage quickly. It is quite loyal to kind, patient Trainers.
Eagler
Azumarill, Level 4 - 18
Died to Brawly's Machop getting a critical Karate Chop. Not even the Makuhita.

Celia and Vwika
Mightyena, Level 3 - 41, and Manectric, Level 12 - 41
BOTH died to Tate & Liza's Claydol getting two separate criticals with Earthquake, ignoring two layers of Intimidate. Vwika came in to use Roar against the Xatu as it spammed Calm Mind and took exactly half from an Earthquake after one Intimidate, so after going back to Celia and getting a second intimidate, both crits were necessary to kill.
I can't list these two separately. THEY HAD A SON. I left them in the Day Care together while I was grinding and I accidentally got an egg. Now Scion doesn't get to know either of his parents.
Celes
Purrloin, Level 4 - 10
Died because she was Modest. Assisted Tail Whip, then got a critical Scratch against a wild Riolu, leaving it at 1 HP. The Riolu was above Level 6, so it used Counter.

Kasib
Espeon, Level 19 - 33
Died to a Team Plasma Grunt's Liepard landing a critical hit Pursuit. Guess he should have been Colbur.

Crabapple
Scrafty, Level 17 - 41
Died to a Triple Battle with two Riolu and a Gurdurr in Reversal Mountain. My team consisted of a Litwick, three Pokemon weak to Fighting, and two others. Had I switched to Litwick, Rock Slide from the Gurdurr would have killed. In other words, they targeted one slot with three Fighting moves, and I forgot about the SHIFT command.

Oh boy.

Isaac, Chirrah, and Marcus
Samurott, Level 5 - 42, Cinccino, Level 24 - 40, and Sawsbuck, Level 30 - 40
Yep. All in one battle against Ace Trainer Junko, the Ultimate Despair. Gligar, Lilligant, Basculin. Set up with Quiver Dance, lived Aqua Jet at 1 HP, killed with a critical Mega Drain. Whittled down to death by Basculin and Gligar. Hit from across the field by Gligar's Acrobatics and killed in one hit. My entire team after this fight was an Electabuzz and a Lampent. Speaking of...

Henry
Chandelure, Level 27 - 50
Excadrill get Earthquake by level up.
Oops.

Salsburg
Camerupt, Level 38 - 38
Roggenrola get Explosion by level up.
Oops.

Inigo
Roserade, Level 41 - 53
Swanna get Brave Bird by level up.
Real brain bender there is I had a Swanna and it had just tried to learn Brave Bird, so what was I doing?
 

RubyClaw

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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Next comes the first time ever that I have defeated Red while Nuzlocking, and well, in general (and technically the last since).

Pokemon Silver "all the Way to Red" Graveyard:

This graveyard starts with a slaughter that really changed my game, and I was sure I won't recover from. But I did, so here comes "Morty's Day of the Dead":

Morpheus the Drowzee lvl 12-23 Male

The first death of my run, Drowzee is a pokemon I really love, and Psychic is my second favorite type. I really counted on him against Morty, but didn't realize how deadly his Gengars are. My dream eater, I send you to the sleep from which you do not waken.

Sansit the Graveler lvl 4-27 Male

Sansit was probably my most useful pokemon up to this point as fitting for a Graveler in this game. He actually won for me the first three gyms of this game solo, he crushed most of my opposition, and generally was just an awesome pokemon. I lost him to that same Ganger, hoping my Ground moves will be good enough (as no levitate here) but to my surprise and horror it wasn't. At this point I got desperate, I was left fighting against the last Gengar and thought I was doomed, and so I switched to my starter (who died next). Goodbye Sansit, you really held the early game for me and I'm sorry I didn't get to take you all the way to the end.

Taweret the Croconaw 5-25 Female

The last of the Morty's Gengars Slaughter, my starter. I have this curse where I just can't hold on to my starters, and I really wanted to break it this time. Taweret got Gengar to red health before she died, leaving the way to my Heroic Pidgeotto Iltamar to finish it (to my great surprise, I was sure it was going to be game over). I don't have much more to say about you my friend. I cut at you at the prime of your life and stole your potential glory. Still your death made this run much more interesting I admit as I was out of solid and obvious pokemons to use and had to rebuild myself from almost scratch. Rest in peace my cold blooded friend.

Ebisu the Tentacool lvl 20-23 Male

When I lost Taweret I knew I needed another water type (also so I could surf to the next part of the game of course) and my main options were a Tentacool and a Magikarp (sadly eventually both of them will appear on this list). Because this is a gen II pokemon, and because I have an unexplained affection for Tentacool, I chose Ebisu. Sadly in the 3 levels I had it, it proved extremely useful, still I lost him (and in such a stupid way). I tried to catch a Pinoco to refill my devastated team. The thing was only level 10 so I didn't give it much thought, until it used self-destruction and killed poor already wounded Ebisu. Return to the depth my jelly friend.

Tyr the Machoke lvl 20-38 Male

(I love his sprite in Silver! Look at those fangs). A very late game death, and a really painful one. I have a real soft spot for trade-evolution mons who can't evolve, and Tyr defiantly proved they are both powerful and extremely useful. My hero here saved me in two gyms, both against Jasmine and against the Ice gym which he destroyed completely by himself. He was a solid and powerful mon, and he was taken away from me in such a cruel way. I was grinding for Clair in route 45 and met a Graveler. Now I know about self-destruct of course and did my math and got to the conclusion that only a 95% miss on my move and then a self-destruct plus critical hit would have killed me, so I "risked it". And yep, you guessed it, that's exactly what happened to my great horror. Good bye warrior, go to Valhalla and celebrate your glory.

Mefitis the Koffing lvl 14-24 Female

After the last loss it was time to start grinding a new pokemon, and the Koffing line has served me well in the past (plus fire blast is a really nice TM on this one). I took you out of the box, leveled you up a bit, and then stupidly risked you against a Pikachu right before Victory Road. You died to a critical hit Thunder... Why can't I stop risking my pokemon while grinding them? It's like I feel otherwise they are not worthy. Good bye my poisonous friend.

Talos the Magneton lvl 15-42

When I failed to catch a Mareep early in in the game I was quite devastated but then I got you and although your move set was rather weak you proved to be really sturdy and powerful with your Electric Steel types. At some point I even caught a Mareep and even though it had much better potential than you I promised to myself I wouldn't change you, and only if I lost you'll I'll take the Mareep instead (Which sadly happened). You weren't that useful in gym battles (except against Clair in which you helped along most of my team), but outside the gyms you rocked. You were my mandatory Victory Road death, you died to a Graveler Magnitude 10 (I totally forgot about that, cause of levitate among other reasons, and knew a self-destruct wouldn't finish you). Good bye my guardian.

Freyja the Bellsprout lvl 22 Female

A silly mention in this graveyard but a death nonetheless. You were my HM slave for Kanto, which I used among other things to catch other mons (why are all pokemon in Kanto so low leveled? Do they lack challenge in their lives?). You died from a Grimer sludge while I was trying to catch it. Um, bye, and thanks I guess. Used a lvl 5 Paras as my HM slave instead of you.

Mazu the Gyarados lvl 22-55 Female

Tied for my most painful death in this run with the next member on the list (maybe even more painful as you died without the chance for true glory). Let's start with a sentence we can all stand behind - grinding sucks! Grinding for damn Red after you finished the rest of Silver sucks even more. I stupidly thought grinding the E4 would be a good idea (the money and the exp are good, but not worth the risk in a Nuzlocke...). I did all the way through it and it wasn't too hard, and then I got to Lance. I realized quite early this was not going to be an easy match, even though all of my mons are more than 10 levels higher than they were when we first met him. I switched to Mazu who was my main chance, and then he brought his Aerodactyl. That cursed thing used Rock Slide, got a critical hit, and finished Mazu off. It was one of those moments when you really want to say "Screw it, that didn't happen, I was just grinding", and ah! but it did happen, and just a moment before Red I lost one of my favorite mons and my main answer for his Charizard. Mazu was amazing throughout this run. She won me so many battles, and was the perfect water mon for me. At first I thought I'll go fight Red with 5 pokemon to show how much she meant to me, but I didn't want to risk it and sadly replaced her with Nunet my Seaking (Which proved awesome, but will never truly replace her). Good bye my Sea Goddess.

Zeus the Nidoking lvl 12-65 Male

I'll give you all the credit for your amazing effort and help in the Hall of Fame, but I just have to mention how many times you saved me, and how in fact you were the most important pokemon in my final match against Red. I raised you from a little bunny, and you are the only reason I kept sending my money to mom just waiting to get that cursed moon stone (Johto with their bizarre mechanisms). When the stone finally came near the end of Johto I was so excited, and since that moment you really shined. You rocked against Red, and your double kicks really were main shot against his mighty Snorlax. Unfortunately he critical hit Body Slummed you to death, and so you died like the true hero you were, bringing it down to red HP, and allowing my other mons to finish him off and win the match (As it was his final mon). May you join the other fallen gods and lead them in the afterlife. Rest in peace hero.
 
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RubyClaw

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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Crystal Nuzlocke Graveyard (An Android Extra Rules Less Frequently Used Pokemon Run)

Some of my regular rules (no starter, no fleeing, no healing items, partial dupe and shiny clause, etc) plus these rules: http://s7.zetaboards.com/Nuzlocke_Forum/topic/11013125/1/#post11035106 (basically only using less used pokemon. Sorry for linking to the cursed tapatalk.)

By order of demise:
Banafrit the Gastly (lvl 5-21 F)

You were my first loss but perhaps the most hurtful loss in the whole run as you were among my very first to be actually long-term playable under my rules, and I had very high hopes for you. Also, I lost you in such a silly way, by a single ground hit by a Cubone. I always forget there is no levitation in generation II, plus it was super effective against you... Rest in peace my friend.

Nipper the Krabby (lvl 10-15 M)

You were supposed to be a Cut HM slave, and I only caught you as I was in dire need of one and started fishing in every town possible as I was afraid I'll get officially stuck. As we all know before the change of the special attack / attack rules in gen 4, Krabby is quite a problematic pokemon, still you proved yourself powerful with your physical attacks and I was beginning to like you. I lost you to a Sudowoodo critical hit, and the dream died with you.

David the Spinarak (lvl 5-18 M)

You were among my first evolvable playable-under-the-rules pokemon and I was kind of looking forward to giving you a chance. Still honestly you didn't really deliver and I almost lost you too many times, before you finally died to a silly Pineco self-destruct while I was headbutting for new team members.

Winter the Stantler (lvl 14-31 M)

This one was truly a painful death as I was really looking forward to using you, and I even got you quite far. For some reason I don't give enough credit to pokemon who can't evolve, and when I first caught you I didn't use you for a while. Still after losing Banafrit and David I decided to get some new blood into the team, and you proved yourself quite powerful with your stomp. I lost you to a classic Nuzlocke mistake I often do - a Koffing self-destruct at Rocket HQ... Was really looking forward to having such a unique member in my team.

Frostusk the Swinub (lvl 21-29 F)

My second most painful death in this run. Although I had you for a short time, I was so happy when I caught you and already dreamt of how you would help me defeat Clair. You died from a Geodude self-destruct while training, again a mistake I do too often. You were supposed to be my wild card and Dragon slayer. Fortunately for me I caught a Seal later on which well, sorry to say, replaced you.

Angel the Pidgeotto (lvl 16 F)

Sorry, but you were just my flying ride. Can't evolve you according to this run's rules so I never used you for more than that. Unlucky you, you died while I was catching your replacement, Betelgeuse, my new flying ride (a flying Doduo of course).

Betelgeuse the Doduo (lvl 28 M)

Wow, my flying guys just don't have any luck. I was feeling pretty good with myself with my new Doduo and started training the guy when a fellow Doduo critical hit Pursuit me when I switched out... Cannibalism I tell you... No flyer replaced this guy and I decided from now on to walk for the rest of the run until Victory Road...

Tiamat the Arbok (lvl 13-45 F)

You were a very late game addition to the team although I caught you quite early, added as my final missing member for the elite four battles. I enjoyed using you, and even decided to give you a shot for glory in the final battles, but you were crushed by a Charizard flamethrower critical hit fightning Lance, and avenged by my Tentacruel - Tyrant. It's better to die with glory than not to fight at all, right?..
 
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RubyClaw

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Team Omega
Pokédex No.
22
Caught
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
303
Location
Kanto Route 1, 1% encounter rate (Israel)
Nature
Calm
Pronouns
He/Him
Pokémon Type
Fire, Psychic
Ruby Nuzlocke Graveyard (An Extra Rules Run)

This was by far the bloodiest run I ever had which I won. I lost 12 good pokemon, many of which I was real attached to. Still after way too many attempts I finally won Hoenn.

By order of demise:

Cream the Makuhita lvl 7-23 Male

The first death of the run. All was going well until this point. I had all the right pokemon against every gym, Makuhita was supposed to be my fighting type to win against Watson's notorious Magneton. One level before he was supposed to evolve, lost this little guy just before I needed him, amusingly to a Magnemite owned by one of Watson's henchmen... At least three deaths could have been avoided if this guy would have survived, as you will read soon.

Byznatium the Swalot - 12-26 Female

The first victim of the Magneton slaughter. Fighting Watson without a proper fighting type pokemon was hell. I trained my team real hard, taught them rock smash which is of course pretty useless, and I built a whole strategy using this gal's yawn and a few other tricks. You were quite awesome my friend, died first as your body slams didn't do the trick and Magneton woke up too early. R.I.P.

Orchid the Loudred - 6-26 Female

Also lost you to that cruel Magneton. Tried to supersonic our cruel opponent but nothing confused that guy. Tried to rock smash him but it didn't help much against his potions. For some reason I can never get your kind not to die quite early... Good bye.

Laurel the Nuzleaf lvl 3-30 Female

You were one of my favorite pokemon. You got me through the first gym, and generally held you weight more than I expected. I had great hopes for you... I was very close to quitting the run because of your loss but decided I must pull through and defeat this game once and for all.

Chestnut the Zigzagoon lvl 2-16 Male

My starter! My buddy pokemon! Your pickup ability was sure useful, but you were much more than that. Oh, the irony: Killed by a Magnemite in route 111 just after I lost so many to this damn pokemon family.

Charcoal the Poochyena 3-16 Male

Died training while I was trying to rebuild my team after the Watson slaughter, killed by a Zigzagoon critical hit from full health. Sorry buddy, you weren't good enough I guess. Note to self and most Nuzlockers: when things go bad take a break and rest a bit.

Violet the Koffoing lvl 15-26 Female

Died from a Baltoy Self Destruct... I really liked her. Silly mistake, went too wounded to the Jagged Path and knew this might happen.

Amethyst the Grumpig lvl 19-36 Female

I'm seeing a pattern here but honestly, I really liked you! Was so happy that I caught you as I love psychic types and felt you were a unique catch. May slaughtered you with a takedown from her Starter Marshomp who killed you both...

Teal the Gloom lvl 25-26 Male

I just started training you after losing Amethyst, trying to decide whether you should be a Bloom or a Vileplum when I saw a wild Absol! I used your sleeping powder and gentle attacks to get it to the right HP, but then lost you. Sorry friend I sacrificed you for a greater good or so I thought... Honestly I never used that Absol.

Aureolin the Manectric lvl 24-41 Male

One of my best pokemon, he was both missed for his sentimental value and awesome power as an Electric type in Hoenn. You got me through the sixth gym. I lost you later because I was greedy. Self destruct of a wounded Electrode in Magma Hideout killed you. I had a good Electric type and lost it for nothing, just before your great moment to shine in the water-type gym. A lesson to all Nuzlockers, greed and spare pokemon are important, but not at any cost. R.I.P

Goldenrod the Girafarig lvl 25-45 Male

I can't believe I lost you. Finally I catch a pokemon in the Saffari, something I failed to do in every run so far. I learned to love it, train it, master it, plan how to use it for the elite four and even teach it the valuable Shadow Ball TM and Lightning. It goes all the way with me and then... I forget Shapeedo is Dark type, and gets bite to death. My mistake killed you friend, you deserved more, you will be remembered.

Jade the Cacturne 21-48 Male

Last death before the Elite four. You were killed by Wallace, perhaps my favorite pokemon that died in this run. What a bloody run... As I lost my electric damage pokemon I had to use this guy against Wallace although I knew the risk. He slayed Wallace's mons with his grass moves until he got a critical hit Ice Beam from Milotic. Sorry buddy.

Ivory the Dusclops 27-58 Male

Last death of the run. You were a late game catch and late game addition to my team. I took you as one of my champions to the elite four because I believed in you. Unfortunately after killing most of Phoebe's ghosts you were killed by Phoebe's Sableye.
 

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Pokemon Sapphire "Give-Them-A-Chance" Graveyard

(based on these rules: http://s7.zetaboards.com/Nuzlocke_Forum/topic/11013125)

Nagasaki the Zigzagoon lvl 3-3 Male

This runs early death, the necessary sacrifice to please the hungry Nuzlocke gods. Nagasaki died from a quick attack by youngster's Tailow, that happened right after I accidently misclicked and switched to him. Talking about a stupid turn of events. So indeed, an unfortunate silly death, yet honestly under these rules I couldn't evolve him anyway, so the main loss here was a Pickup HM Slave. Farewell my unlucky tanuki.

Parinacota the Geodude lvl 11-15 Female

I love Geodudes, I love Gravelers, I love everything about this line and they have served me time and time again. To my surprise I was allowed to use a Graveler under this rule set and therefore was really counting on getting my guaranteed Geodude catch using Rock Smash. But more than all this, I have a problem. I always want my pokemon to prove themselves to me when I get them. And so when I got Parinacota and starting grinding her I took her to a relatively safe place, route 110, and let her fight on her own. "What can go wrong there?" I thought to myself. "No Pursuits or Self-Destruct traps, I'm sure she'll do fine". Until a wild Wingull came, and I, for no good reason, decided Paunacota must be faster than him and could Rock him down. All it took was one Water Gun and she crumbled in front of my eyes into tiny pebbles to my great horror. Such a pointless death.

Orlando the Marshtomp lvl 5-38 Male

Yeah you are reading right, a lvl 38 Marshtomp, my starter, and my hero. Even though I knew I wasn't allowed to evolve Orlando he was always there with me, and I planned to take him all the way to the end. He defeated Roxanne, Watson and Falnnery by himself, and was crucial against Winona with his Ice Beam. I lost him in an extremely painful way. I was fighting my damn rival in Lilycove city, when she sent her Grovyle against me. I was in a problem. My team were already wounded, and almost all of them were weak to that thing. All I needed was one Ice Beam and I could take it down, and I couldn't afford switching and losing a turn. I risked it, I was sure it would work. But it out sped me and finished me with a critical hit. I know, never keep a Ground Water type against a Grass type. But what could I do? Just sacrifice someone else and send it to a certain death? Farewell hero. Thanks for getting me so far. You were possibly the hardest death of this run.

Fortazella the Slaking 5-40 Female

The first victim of the Kyogre death. Until that point everything was pretty much going my way this run. True, I lost my starter, but I had a very solid team of pokemon finally, six good mons I could actually use and evolve, something I couldn't say for the entire run. And so I got to Kyogre. I never remember this legendary as extra problematic. Not easy, but not something you can't finish with a Hyper Beam from my awesome and extremely rare Slaking right? Nope. Boy was I wrong. That thing slayed Slaking to my utter horror and I realized I was in a huge problem, possibly run ending moment. It was sort of a dream to use this lazy pokemon, and Slaking was probably my strongest mon at that point. Good bye my queen, your royal highness. I didn't even care you were Mild.

Pripyat the Banette lvl 26-42 Female

I switched to Pripyat, another really loyal team member of mine that joined our cause not that long before. She had Thunder (which showed I love her, giving her such a useful TM in the middle of the game), maybe that could save me here right? Nope. Thunder did hit but wasn't enough to kill this already wounded beast although close, and Pripyat was taken away from us in a swipe. Megiddo my hero finished the job and killed the Kyogre, but Pripyat was taken away from me forever. I was totally crushed (And honestly almost gave up on this run and took a few days off of it to recover).

Acoma the Xatu lvl 29-32 Female

I didn't really get to know Acoma well I'll be honest. She was a spare pokemon, one I kept in case I'll lose some of my team members. After the Kyogre slaughter I needed a good pokemon that I could count on and well, I didn't have a flyer and psychic type is my second favorite type. I sadly knew this pokemon wasn't the strongest. But I let her grind her way in Route 121 until she met one deadly Shuppet. A combination of being paralyzed, flying, and a Curse finished Acoma. Not much more I can say here. Wasn't our finest moment.

Palermo the Beautifly lvl 4-44 Male

Perhaps as painful as losing Orlando my starter, perhaps even more. Palermo was with me since he was a tiny little Wurmple who could barely hold his own, but the minute I caught him I made a promise that due to him being the first pokemon I could evolve and use under my rules, I will take him all the way to the E4. And I did my best. Palermo wasn't the strongest mon in my team, but he was the team's soul. He saved us and defeated Brawly by himself, he helped us catch almost all the rest of the team members and he had a versatile move pool. He was taken from us in the cursed Victory Road, by an ace trainer with a Muk, and took a shot for the rest to survive. Good bye Beautifuly, you are free.

Sydney the Sharpedo lvl 35-50 Female

Sydney wasn't with us for a long part of the game true, but ever since she joined us I felt like we had a chance again. She blew new wind in our sails. A Modest Sharpedo she was, and so she modestly tore our enemies to tiny pieces while crunching, drowning and freezing their dead bodies with all the finesse in the world. She was crucial in my fight against Tate & Liza using her Surf and really helped against Wallace. She was supposed to be my ace for the E4 taking Phoebe apart and helping me against Drake. But she died, a really stupid death because I was grinding while not being focused on the game, to a damn critical hit and self-hit confusion from a Golbat in Victory Road, just a few moments before the end. She will never get to our Hall of Fame. I was devastated, took a long break from the game, and seriously considered quitting as I had very few playable spare mons. But thanks to some encouragement from a friend I knew I had to avenge her with what I got, whether I'll win or lose. And well, we won, in your honor. I learned to really love your type thanks to you Sydney. Good bye my fierce warrior.

Greenville the Kecleon lvl 30-58 Male

The final death of this run. I never thought I'll use a Kecleon in a Nuzlocke. I never thought I'll take one to the E4. I never thought it will prove to be so valuable and I really didn't think I'll feel really sad when I'll finally him in the end. I added Greenville to the gang when I entered Victory Road and lost my beloved Palermo, though I didn't have much plans for him. Sure, it can learn Shadow ball and might be useful against Phoebe, but other than that? This lizard was amazing against her, Fire Blasted Steven's Skarmory, and sadly died to a Claydol Earthquake. Could I have saved him? Perhaps, I did risk him there, but it was part of the battle, and he did his part. My only regret is that you won't be logged in as a survivor of the Sapphire E4, but at least you have joined my hall of fame you superb color changing surprise box and jack of all trades.
 
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Lavender the Zubat (lvl 7-21 Male)


With such a limited pool of pokemon I could catch and even use I was thrilled when I got me a Zubat at Granite cave right before Brawly. I admit I wished for that 10% Geodude so I would have a good option against Wattson I feared so much, but I wasn't going to complain as it was better than to catch another gen 3 pokemon I couldn't use. After a lot of grinding, and even some bonding, I sadly lost you to Brawly's Makuhita when it used Reversal on you (which I totally forgot about). Rest in peace my first loss (near the end of the game a new Zubat will enter my life, maybe you will find comfort in that).

Mt Moon the Graveler (lvl 15-39 Female)

I really wanted a Geodude this game, and after I failed to get one in Granite Cave I knew I'll at least get that 100% catch from a rock smash in route 111 (right after Wattson after I needed it the most). I waited for that moment a lot, and wasn't disappointed. Mt Moon was an amazing warrior who helped me through most of the game and saved me many-many times including against Flannery, Norman and Winona (every gym leader since I got her till I lost her come to think of it) and most other threats I faced. You died in such a cruel way, to the bane of every Nuzlocker, the cursed Wobbuffet. This Wobbuffet was owned by one of the psychic henchmen in the 7th gym who of course used counter and destroyed you completely from full health (didn't have much to do about it). I really wanted to take another one of your amazing line with me to the end Mt Moon, and I'll sure miss you.

Vermilion the Gyarados (lvl 6-47 Male)

Water types are not rare in Hoenn as well all know, and to my surprise not even when you only use gens 1-2 pokemon. I got this little guy (he was little back then), along with a Tentacool and my "starter" Azumarill pretty early game so I had quite a redundancy of water types, and that was my entire team. Still Gyarados is no ordinary water type, especially in early gens where it is mainly a crazy physical attacker with an impressive move pool, and my team was quite limited as is. So over time Vermilion became one of my heroes, and I really had great plans for him. But this is a Nuzlcoke's graveyard, and so I lost him, like always, in the cursed Victory Road, in which I always lose at least one pokemon. It died such a cruel death, to a Gardevoir Thunderbolt I really didn't see coming. I was truly heartbroken, and felt like a real traitor when I decided to replace him with another Gyarados in order to get a full team for the E4, but I do hope he will forgive me and understand I did it in his memory and from my great repsect to his kind. Farewell you loyal beast.

Alph the Xatu (lvl 26-43 Male)

I was really waiting for the Safari zone throughout the game as a source for Gen 1-2 pokemon I could finally use. Sadly, in the end all I got that wasn't gen 3 was this guy (do I get a shirt for that? All I got is this Xatu?). At first I was really excited as I love psychic types and never got to use his kind, but then pretty fast I realized it wasn't as good as I hoped. Still he proved nice, was finally a pokemon that could fly me around, and was overall unique. I lost him in Victory Road (no surprise) to a Slaking that used a Shadow Ball (again, didn't see it coming, not even a bit). Join your ancestral spirit kin, you totem bird thing.

PowerPlant the Magneton (lvl 22-55)

Magnetons are just awesome pokemon, really. I used so many of them over my Nuzlockes I don't even remember them all. Still PowerPlant (Called after Kantos' power plant of course, like all my other mons which are called after Kanto and Johto locations) was quite a memorable one, and was extremely useful over the game both against the gym leaders and the elite four. Steel types in gen 3 are so broken. After killing about half of Wallace's team his crazy Milotic finally destroyed you using an Ice Beam critical hit. Good bye hero, at least you are part of the hall of fame!

Viridian the Vileplume (lvl 13-55 Male)

Tied for my most painful death in this run with PowerPlant, Viridian was an amazing partner the entire game from the moment I got him right before the third gym. Viridian literally saved my run and was my only chance against Wattson (I only had water pokemon at that time) and he solely destroyed his entire team using a crazy amount of luck, strategy and grinding and many-many close calls throughout the battle. I was sure he wouldn't make it honestly, but he did. Since then Viridian didn't have many chances to show his worth in the gym battles (except in the final one) still he was essential throughout the run. You totally saved me against Wallace near the end after you killed the other half of Wallace's team and was also destroyed by his Miltoic's Ice Beam. Roam free in the gardens of the afterlife hero. You earned it.
 

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Guess why I chose Rash as my nature.

Zuri the Luxio, lvl. 15, died to the old man's Absol on Nestpine Climb.
Zephyr the Pidgeotto, lvl. 19, died to the rival battle in front of Nestpine Gym.
Ouranos the Prinplup, lvl. 26, died to the fire gym leader. My most shameful moment.
Raven the Sneasel, lvl. 28, one of the Mega Tower massacre victims.
Brutus the Nidorino, lvl. 26, Mega Tower massacre.
Lulu the Clefairy, lvl. 27, Mega Tower massacre.
Strike the Manectric, lvl. 30, Mega Tower leader again. Probably the most devestating loss in the whole run since I never found another electric type.
Miles the Mr. Mime, lvl. 40, to the Telemurk leader's Muk. There went my psychic type.
Nipper the Kingler, lvl. 38 to the hiker in Ferre Ruins. Wasn't too fussed about this one, I was about to box him anyway.
Fuji the Marowak, lvl. 40 to Ezekiel's mega Aggron.
Dinraal the Charizard, Borealis the Aurorus, Linus the Gourgeist, Oscar the Conkeldurr, Violet the Tentacruel, Kit the Sylveon, all early 40s, wiped to Precimos gym leader's mega Slowbro.

And so ended my blind Gaia nuzlocke. I like the game so far, it's very well-done. My only minor complaint is that it follows the standard story formula too closely, no twists there so far. I'm still going to finish the game with what I've caught.
 
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By order of demise:
Boudica the Mankey (lvl 3-19 Female): When I caught you I immediately knew your potential and indeed you easily got me through Brock. However I had the feeling even then we you were level 3 that I will lose you at some point. And indeed, you died of poison from a Team Rocket Koffing in Mt. Moon. Just couldn't make it to the pokecenter in time. Rest in peace girl.


Osiris the Beedril (lvl 4-14 Male): You were my least painful death in this game I admit. I almost felt relief when you died knowing I won't have to leave you in the box and feel bad about never giving bug pokemons a proper chance (Like I did to David my Butterfly, this very same run). You were killed by Blue in a surprise battle (not much of a surprise but I forgot about it and got to it wounded). I promise next game to give your type more of a chance.


Romulus the Weepinbell (lvl 12-27 Male): You were perhaps the most painful loss in this game. I was so much looking forward to evolving you. You were definitely my best pokemon and got me through Misty which is a critical battle in this game. You were killed by a Magnemite. I had nothing to send out but you. You killed a Magneton and a Magnemite and the died to the last one. I should have leveled my Sandshrew more and save you from that battle. Sorry mate.


Sinbad the Krabby (lvl 22-24 Male): Lost your when trying to train you, something that happens to me at least once in every game. You died training against a Grimmer. The reason honestly? Because of a stupid misclick.


Ragnar the Graveler (lvl 16-46 Male): You died in Victory road to a one hit Primeape Cross Chop... How stupid of me to send you out against him. We were so close to the end and I left you behind. We avenged in your name and won against Blue and the Elite Four, don't worry.


Beowulf the Persian (lvl 10-58 Male): You were my risky one. I kept you because I wanted to learn something new about Pokemons I rarely use and you certainly gave me this and much more. I taught you Thunder and thought you could get me through Lorelei but that damn Slowbro tore you to pieces, and Momotaro had the avenge you. You had a Shadow ball and Bite and were supposed to show Agatha some painful time but you never got there. You saved me back in Sabrina and I'll never forget that. Sorry buddy. I'll be honest, you were weak, and therefore you were killed. Still you were an awesome addition to my team.


Momotaro the Hypno (lvl 11-66 Male): I was lying of course before. You were without a doubt my most painful loss in this game, my second favorite pokemon in this run, and the one that saved me countless times throughout this run. You rocked against the elite four. You saved me against Lorelei, single handedly destroyed Agatha, and gave us some needed support against Lance. Blue's Blastoise killed you. I didn't realize how powerful he was and when your hypnosis failed that second Hydro Pump was enough to take you down. I will forever remember you, and I guess the best thing to say to a Hypno is "I'll see you in my dreams".
 
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Pokemon Fire Red New Champions Graveyard
(Alongside my many other rules, in this run I wasn't allowed to use any pokemon I brought before to the E4 from my Hall of Fame (check my signature for details), and any pokemon I played for at least 10 level who were in my graveyard, leaving me with quite a limited pool of pokemon I could use [though my catching rules were not changed making it even harder]).

David the Arcanine lvl 17-33 Male

My beautiful, calm, all powerful fire type. In such a game with a limited pool of pokemon, catching you was a true blessing, and yet I managed to lose you first. You died in a double battle, always a dangerous scenario, when that Hitmonchan stroke you and the Hitmonlee finished you with a critical hit Jump Kick. You stood no chance... At least I got to use you and evolve you before I lost you so early, and you even helped me against Erica. Farewell you almost legend.

Ivar the Electrode lvl 16-36

Another very useful pokemon who went with me quite a way. After he left me I felt the lack of an electric pokemon for the rest of the game painfully. So many bird keepers around Kanto lost their favorite bird friends thanks to you, so many fisherman ran away in fear from your creepy smile. You died in a horrible act of irony and cannibalism to a fellow Electrode who self-destructed and destroyed you. I was in Silph Co., my team was quite wounded, and I knew I was risking you out there. Good bye my Nordish charged hero, I hope you rest well in Valhalla, getting ready for your future battles.

Putin the Grimer lvl 28-30 Male

(Don't ask about the name, I had a very specific and bizarre nickname theme for those who succeeded known figures, and were well known themselves, so called "Second Generation Figures", and I was running out of candidates). Putin was such a lucky unlikely catch I decided to add him immediately to the team, seeing it as a sign. Sadly, he died very quickly to a wild Weezing self-destruct right near where I caught him. Not much else to say, I always risk the new comers. Sorry my acidic shapeless blobby buddy, never got to know you.

Plato the Hitmonlee lvl 25-48 Male

This run had very few deaths compared to most of my runs, still from the few I lost, I think Plato was the hardest death. If you ever read my other graveyard post you know there is one curse I almost never managed to break - the victory road curse. This hellish path has always hated me for some reason, and takes at least one of my most loved pokemon in every damn run, and this run wasn't different. I was just starting to take my way through Victory Road, and as I always do I tried to never run away from battles in the name of honor and glory (or stupidity, call if as you wish). And so after I kicked an extremely powerful wild Machoke leaving it dying in the red, that cursed warrior critical hit revenged poor Plato to death. My beloved Plato, that served me so well against the so many Normal pokemon in Kanto, who Brick Broke and Jump Kicked so many opponents, was gone. I had so much fun using this unusual looking pokemon for the first time, and I really hope it won't be the last.
 

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