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  • I got a bad idea. What if I nuzlocked two different pokemon games at once but the controls are synced between games. Taking on major battles and catching pokemon with shared inputs between the games. Each game would use a different custom rule set. The pokemon would be soul and switch linked between the games.
    Ymir
    Ymir
    I think someone did that, but it was intergen (Ruby and Sapphire). Two different gens would be TPP levels of synchronized chaos and destruction.
    ACottontail
    ACottontail
    @Ymir Good thing I'm doing it with Fire Red and Emerald then! In Fire Red I'm doing a Lorelocke and in Emerald I'm doing a Super Naturelocke. I've been having really good luck with the natures in Emerald. In Fire Red the Lorelocke has been taking a nosedive for the worst on the other hand.
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    Addendum: Absolute madman
    Still working on the comic I haven't posted yet,& I only have the final Hop battle left in game.However I'm10 IRL pages(- backgrounds)into the comic,at least I have a lot of buffer.I'm a bit nervous about posting the comic,since I'm wondering what is a good readable size?Where is a good place to upload the larger images?How many people will by weird trainer drive off, as it's not explained until 10+ pages in?
    Me: I'm going to start my comic once I finish my run. Also me: Finishes 2 1/2 IRL pages(Minus some backgrounds) of the comic before touching the post-game. The comic's been pretty fun to make so far, and I have a lot of ideas for it. Though I question out of all of the creative projects I want to do, I only have the motivation to work on a comic where the main character came from a joke.
    Hi, I joined here after finding out these forums exist about a week ago. Right now I'm doing my first ever Nuzlocke in Pokemon Sword. I'm planning on turning it into a comic once I finish the run. If anyone is reading this, I'll appreciate any advice on making Nuzlocke comics.
    ACottontail
    ACottontail
    ...I don't think I'll post it here until after I get past the point in the comic since people could just look at the graveyard in the last section and see who died in my in-game run, along with how, along with other spoilers. Though considering how I plan on jumping off the in-game plot apart from the gym challenge and making up it's details anyway.
    Waweezer
    Waweezer
    this prob isn't something useful for making a comic but you should do something to make your comic stick out!something unique!the story, the rules, the art, something that people could really remember, of course you don't have to do this to have a good comic but you should try!
    ACottontail
    ACottontail
    @Waweezer thanks, I think having a villain protagonist that stems from an odd in-joke along with jumping off the rails of the game's plot(and having one of the rivals enforce it) will make the story different.
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