Post by IMUIT on Nov 14, 2017 16:28:04 GMT -6
GYMS AND THE ELITE FOUR
The Stellara Pokemon League has a reputation for being one of the most difficult Leagues to complete in the Pokemon League. A lot of this has to do with the sheer skill and power of the Gym Leaders and Elite Four and the way gym challenges are handled. While gym challenges are settled through battles, they aren’t ordinary battles. Instead, each gym has its own rules and regulations, pitting trainers against all sorts of obstacles in order to test their strength, wits and desire to win.
There are ten gyms in Stellara, each specializing in an elemental type. Trainers need to obtain all ten gym badges in order to qualify for the Stellara Pokemon League and the chance to challenge the Elite Four and the region’s Champion. Gyms are able to be challenged in any order; however, they will get progressively harder to defeat depending on how many badges a trainer has. A gym leader’s Pokemon will range in level according to how many badges a trainer has, but even if a trainer’s Pokemon outlevels the level range, the gym leader will use stronger Pokemon to match the trainer. This prevents trainers from sweeping gyms due to massive level differences and also adds to why the Stellara Pokemon League is so difficult. The gym's minimum level ranges are detailed below:
Zero Badges: 10-15
One Badge: 15-20
Two Badges: 20-25
Three Badges: 30-35
Four Badges: 35-40
Five Badges: 45-50
Six Badges: 55-60
Seven Badges: 65-70
Eight Badges: 75-80
Nine Badges: 80-85
In order to initiate a gym challenge, simply post in the gym’s board detailing your arrival and how you want a challenge. If there is no assigned gym leader, then staff will moderate the thread and act as the gym leader. If a player is in charge of the gym, then they will be the ones responsible for responding to any gym challenges issued towards them. Be sure to read all of the gym’s rules before challenging. After challenging a gym, you are unable to challenge another gym for one week, whether you win or lose. Even if there is no current gym leader at a gym, you can still challenge it. In these cases, staff will come in and play as the interim gym leader. Rules concerning the gym battle will be made on the spot.
Members are capable of becoming Gym Leaders. If you wish to become a Gym Leader, please visit the Canon Positions thread and read all of the information there. Gym Leaders are able to challenge other Gyms and the Elite Four; however, they cannot use their League-approved teams to do so. They have to make an entirely new team and start from the beginning just like everyone else.
STELLARA ELITE FOUR
The Stellara Elite Four is shrouded in mystery. Since the Stellara Pokemon League is newly formed, no one really knows who the members of the Elite Four are since their identities have been kept a secret by the Stellara Pokemon League. However, if the rumors are true, these four trainers are perhaps some of the most powerful trainers in the Pokemon world, and their challenges will definitely push any challenger to their absolute limits. Once a trainer obtains eight gym badges, they will be able to challenge the Elite Four. The Elite Four are able to be challenged in any order, and it is not necessary to defeat all four Elite Four members consecutively in order to challenge the Champion. Once a trainer defeats an Elite Four member, that victory will count even if they lose to another Elite Four member. All it takes is to defeat each of the Elite Four members once in order to have a shot at the title of Champion. However, the hard part is even being able to defeat the Elite Four in the first place.
When more information about the Elite Four is revealed, it will be placed here.
No one knows who the Champion of Stellara is. Given how difficult it is to defeat the ten Gyms and the Elite Four, whoever the Stellara Champion is is perhaps the one of the strongest trainers in the entire Pokemon world! Of course, it was only a matter of time before people began to come up with their own theories of who the Stellara Champion is and when he or she will finally reveal his or her title to the public. Until then, the Champion's identity will remain completely unknown.