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Sapphire Version Avatar Challenge DoneMy attempt at :iconfunnyman2416:'s Avatar Challenge on my Sapphire Version (the GBA original) was successful.Sapphire Version Avatar Challenge Done by Ryuseitheferret
Trainer: Bato (named after a Water Tribe friend of Hakoda's)
Tonraq (Swampert; named after the father of Avatar Korra)
Huu (Breloom; named after a swampbender)
Tarrlok (Crobat; named after the youngest son of Yakone)
Senna (Seaking; named after the mother of Avatar Korra)
Full Moon (Kyogre; named after the original Waterbender, and the phase that makes Waterbenders strongest)
Completion time: 13 hours, 10 minutes
Pokedex: 16 caught, 130 seen
This was a lot of fun.
A preparation measure for Alpha SapphireIt's going to be a little more than two months (as of this journal entry submission) until I get my Alpha Sapphire. So I'm going to pass some of that time by doing :iconfunnyman2416:'s Avatar Challenge on my Sapphire Version (the GBA original).A preparation measure for Alpha Sapphire by Ryuseitheferret
(Challenge rules here, as I'm playing a G3 game):
My element will be water, which lets me have Pokemon of the Water, Ice, Grass, and Poison types (and Normal-types, too, since those are a neutral element). Also, I will allow myself the usage of "mud" moves (Mud Slap, Mud Shot), as those are Ground-type moves that use mud, which can be bended by both Waterbenders and Earthbenders. However, moves like "Earthquake" are where I'm drawing the line, since that's a Ground-type move that uses the entire ground, not just mud.
Progress Update 1: My Trainer name is Bato (named after a friend of Hakoda's), and my Mudkip is named Tonraq (named after the father of Avatar Korra). Time: 0:49. Location: Petalburg Woods.
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