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DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Munchkin vs Aletheia

Munchkin's active squad

charmander Sekitan Iki the female Charmander <Blaze>
nidoran-m Kyohaku-Tekina the male Nidoran♂ <Poison Point>
sneasel Chishi Ansatsu-Sha the female Sneasel <Keen Eye> @ Razor Claw
abra Ryui-Ryoku the male Abra <Synchronize>
axew Spear the female Axew <Mold Breaker> @ Lansat Berry
munchlax Okibona Taishoku-Ka the female Munchlax <Pickup>
paras Kira Hoshi the female Paras <Effect Spore>
aerodactyl Menimienai Shi the female Aerodactyl <Pressure> @ Amulet Coin
slowpoke Kashikoiga Sairento the female Slowpoke <Oblivious>
inkay Goitik Behera the female Inkay <Contrary> @ Lucky Egg


Aletheia's active squad

squirtle Turtlez the female Squirtle <Torrent> @ Dawn Stone
vulpix Prometheus the female Vulpix <Flash Fire> @ Fire Stone
gastly Lazarus the male Gastly <Levitate>
rattata God Killing Himself the female Rattata <Guts> @ Soothe Bell
nidoran-m Celestial Emperor the male Nidoran♂ <Poison Point> @ Razor Claw
shieldon Tank the male Shieldon <Sturdy>
noibat Francisco Franco the female Noibat <Infiltrator> @ Zoom Lens
mime-jr Pagliaccio the male Mime Jr. <Soundproof> @ Lum Berry
elekid Brian Eno the male Elekid <Static>
pawniard Road Warrior the male Pawniard <Defiant> @ Muscle Band

Munchkin sends out, Aletheia follows suit and commands, Munchkin commands, I ref, and we all get hungry.
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Old 03-13-2015, 12:42 AM
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Thank you so much for taking this you're so awesome <3

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I think I'll send out Chi, the Sneasel. She needs to evolve already :|
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it'll be the Celestial Emperor then

the first thing we need to do is get some yummy poisoning on our foe, so Toxic away- once you've landed it (which should happen right away unless there are shenanigans) get to work on the speed disadvantage with Venom Drench; if she protects or otherwise evades, focus your energies instead

Toxic/Venom Drench/Focus Energy (x3)
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No no no, we don't like Toxic! Get away from there really fast! Use Agility to go swimming somewhere but like stay near the surface, until that Toxic is bubbling in the milk somewhere not too close to you, then surface and Swift away~

Agility (into the milk) ~ Swift x2
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Default Re: Munchkin vs. Aletheia (Cereal Edition)

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3vs3 single
DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.

Round 1


Munchkin OOO


Health: 100%
Energy: 100%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Commands: Agility ~ Swift x2
Status: Dipping her claws in the refreshingly cold milk.

Aletheia OOO


Health: 100%
Energy: 100%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Toxic/Venom Drench/Focus Energy x3
Status: Comparing his Razor Claw with his opponent’s.

No one could quite understand it, and no one really wanted to admit that it bothered them. Both battlers just assumed it was the magic of Asber. Chi was showing no unrest on the outside. Celestial Emperor was busy trying to balance on top of his oat bit. The referee was not a science person, so he thought there must be some complicated reasoning buried in a physics textbook. No matter what any of them thought, the situation was the same. All five of them were standing in a bowl of cereal. It was their lucky day.

Chi took no time to appreciate the absurd scenery. Winking at her opponent, she dived straight down into the milk. Her head emerged quickly again, spitting the cow juice from her mouth as she began to front crawl through the sugary ocean. Being an ice-type, she felt right at home in the chilly liquid, and took little time getting a safe distance away from Celestial Emperor. The Nidoran had only just got his balance completely when Chi surfaced and began her escape. Normally he would have felt rushed by his agile adversary, but today he realized he could afford to relax. Employing a technique he had used countless times to catch prey in the wild, he coughed up an ugly mess of purple slime. On instinct alone he was able to spit the odious blob at the perfect trajectory. It whistled through the air and landed right on the back of Chi’s head, quickly sinking into her skin. Her stroke faltered and she nearly chocked on milk. Spinning around to face her marksman of an opponent, she already felt herself weaken a tiny bit as the toxins worked into her bloodstream.

Chi was eager to show Celestial Emperor that she was quite a sharpshooter herself. Starting to tread milk instead of swim, she let loose a spectacular barrage of tiny, bright, white stars, whizzing off in every direction. Referee and battlers ducked, but Celestial Emperor had no chance of evading the attack. He shut his eyes and gritted his teeth as he felt the stars start to nick his purple skin. Thankfully, the attack did not last long, and when he opened his eyes he hardly felt any pain. The stars, having done their duty, crashed into the force field around the bowl, disappearing immediately.

In response, Celestial Emperor again began working with the plethora of noxious chemicals stored in his small body. This time, his poison glands gifted him another purple concoction, this one much less viscous in nature. He spat the liquid in the direction of Chi, having to really work hard to get it all the way to her. Even so, his aim was good once more, and the purple spray drenched Chi’s upper body. Instantly, she began to feel sick to her stomach. Her vision blurred slightly, and her water treading slowed down. After a couple of seconds of wooziness, she regained her composure, still feeling much more nauseous than before, but not in a whole lot more pain.

When she released her second consecutive salvo, it was with slightly less gusto. If one had looked closely, they would see that fewer stars had been released. Celestial Emperor had no time to look closely. The second he saw the bombardment on its way he scrunched his eyelids together again. More stars dug into him, making him look as if he had just traipsed through a blackberry bush. As he looked back at Chi, he was slightly frustrated that he hadn’t been commanded to inflict some real pain. Fighting a germ war wasn’t all that fun. He filled his mouth with more venom, ready to launch it again at Chi. However, as he threw his head forward to unleash the shower, he nearly lost his balance. He was able to right himself upon his numerical oat float, but as a result of his near dance with dairy his attack was thrown off course. The venom ended up on an X oat and a Blue Moon marshmallow, as well as floating in the milk a few feet (at least from their perspective) away from Chi, who was relieved that she wouldn’t have to go through that experience again.

End of Round 1

Munchkin OOO


Health: 99%
Energy: 90%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Status: Feeling a teensy bit under the weather. Badly poisoned (1% this round, 2% the next), Attack -1, Special Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 89%
Energy: 90%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: Upset with his unstable raft.

Arena Notes:
-Some venom is floating in the cereal near Chi

Ref Notes:
-Agility did not boost speed, as it was used as an evasive manoeuver
-Toxic can’t miss when Poison-types use it. Maybe if Chi had been instructed to dive down to the bottom of the bowl it wouldn’t have hit, but simply swimming away wasn’t enough.
-Chi is using 1% energy per action to continue treading milk
-The Venom Drenches had their accuracy reduced based on Chi’s distance from Celestial Emperor
-The second Venom Drench missed, but if Chi takes her same route back towards Celestial Emperor, she will swim through it and be subjected to its effects
-Munchkin commands next
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...oh shit wait what ._.

I'm so sorry, Chi! D:
Well let's get you back on a cereal. If you can Surf your way onto a cereal piece while simultaneously hitting Celestial Emperor with that wave, then you're awesome and I love you and do it. If that's a little too much, then um Feint Attack him and like sort of jump back onto another piece. You're all athletic and stuff, right? Well if he wants to Protect or something then just climb onto a cereal, no need for all that fancy-schmancy.
So now you should be on a cereal, yay! Well you're poisoned anyway so no need to avoid using physical moves, I guess. Knock Off that silly Razor Claw, then finish up with Facade. If he wants to Protect or Detect or something, use Feint instead. Just make sure to knock his Razor Claw into the milky abyss.


Surf / Feint Attack / get on a cereal ~ Knock Off / Feint ~ Facade / Feint / Knock Off
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obviously your Special moves won't get much use here. thankfully your oponnent's probably won't either, so there's no harm in Flattering Chi while she does her impressive oat-commandeering maneuver :D

the Razor Claw must stay, of course, so Protect yourself against any theft and take the fearsome Feint

finally! you can rip into that sneaky sneasel >:D the Facade will hurt, but you can hurt back with a Counter

if she misses a move due to confusion, Double Kick her instead

Flatter~Protect/Double Kick~Counter/Double Kick

(side note: the Celestial Emperor enjoys his full title being used, but would be fine with the ref dropping his heavenly origin once in a while)
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Quote:
3vs3 single
DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Round 2

Munchkin OOO


Health: 99%
Energy: 90%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Commands:
Surf/Feint Attack/get on a cereal ~ Knock Off/Feint ~ Facade/Feint/Knock Off
Status: Feeling a teensy bit under the weather. Badly poisoned (1% this round, 2% the next), Attack -1, Special Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 89%
Energy: 90%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Flatter ~ Protect/Double Kick ~ Counter/Double Kick
Status: Upset with his unstable raft.

Chi, though usually not afraid to take chances, was not confident in her abilities to succeed based on what her trainer was asking of her. She was pretty sure she couldn’t even surf on a piece of cereal, let alone surfing with the intent of landing on one. Instead, she took the safer route, and with a black flash, disappeared, leaving the milk tranquil in her wake. Cel was immediately spooked. Making sure to keep his balance, he twisted left and right, looking for any sign of the Sneasel. As he flipped around to face the other side of the bowl, he felt a sharp pain in his back, and his legs buckled. Grimacing, he flipped his head back around and saw Chi, mysteriously present once more, snickering and bouncing away onto another piece of cereal. Cel righted himself and faced Chi, who had established herself a couple of bits away. She was taking a stance that would allow her to dodge if needed, but Cel had no interest in jumping over there. Instead, he put a heartwarming smile on his face and seemed to relax a bit. Chi held her position, not about to fall for a sneak attack.

Instead, Cel just began to talk to her a little bit. In a weird way, from Chi’s perspective at least. He wasn’t trash talking her, or chatting as he might in between rounds. No, he was applauding her. He told her how amazed he was with her swimming, how fascinated he was with her recent feint attack, and how he would have to work so hard to have any chance of beating her. It was a surreal experience for Chi, who was expecting to be avoiding a tackle right now, not taking praise. When Cel, finished, he continued to hold the friendly smile on his face, leaving Chi flabbergasted.

The grin held as Cel threw up a transparent shield in front of him, only visible to Chi through the way it shimmered and slightly distorted his features and the cereal bit he was standing on. Chi, still not really sure what was happening, had had eyes for the talon hidden behind Cel’s ear. Seeing the shield though, she altered her strategy. She pretended, though some of it was sincere, that she was a lot more thrown off my Cel’s flattery than was truly the case. Instead of moving in for an attack, she merely stood still on her cereal, a look of pondering upon her. Cel took this as a sign of his empty plaudits succeeding, and he brought down his shield, hoping to squeeze in another attack while Chi floundered around hopelessly. As it turned out, he was the fool in that situation. As soon as Chi saw the shield melt away, she bounded off of her oat bit, skipping on a red balloon marshmallow, and ended up right beside Cel in a matter of seconds. The poor Nidoran was incredibly shocked, and he didn’t feel any better when Chi delivered a swift punch across his face. She tried to reach for the Razor Claw, but he kept it safe behind his giant ear, pressed into his scalp.

With the two balancing precariously upon a single cereal bit, Chi had to be careful not to throw herself off balance with her blows. Reaching another hand forward quickly she made Cel flinch slightly. Using the slight opening, she used the hand to grab the giant ear flap that was hiding the Razor Claw and pulled it downwards and forwards, so as to cover Cel’s face. Cel squirmed, but Chi had the strength to hold the ear down and use her other arm to swipe across Cel’s head, dislodging the Razor Claw and leaving quite a scratch. The item fell into the milk and sunk quicklyChi was smug, but only for a few seconds. What she had interpreted as a flinch had been merely a readying position. Before she could retract her hand from Cel’s ear, the Nidoran reared up and latched on with his teeth. He wrenched it to the side to throw her off balance, released her, then furiously walloped Chi with his real claws. The Sneasel let out an oof! as she was thrown off of the oat bit and back into the milk, where she resurfaced to see Cel breathing hard, another smile on his face. This one was not genial; this one was malicious.

End of Round 2

Munchkin OOO


Health: 77%
Energy: 82%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Status: Tiny nose filled with milk. Badly poisoned (2% this round, 3% the next), Confused (1 more action), Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 70%
Energy: 75%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: Glad to finally inflict some real damage

Arena Notes:
-Some venom is floating in the milk away from the battlers

Ref Notes:
-The problem with Surf was the idea of using it to land on a piece of cereal. I could see a water-type pulling it off, but not a Sneasel
-Flatter is so weird. Luckily, Chi passed both confusion rolls
-Feint was a critical hit
-Knock Off would’ve been strong enough to throw Cel off of his oat bit if Chi hadn’t had to hold on to him
-Counter was definitely strong enough
-Aletheia commands next
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ah, the luck of the draw :( I kind of hoped you'd still have your Claw, but that's alright, there is of course another one for you to practice your Thief skills on! use that until you're successful, after which you should switch over to Double Kick instead

if a Protect or similar (does sneasel know other protective moves? mystery) is up, Chill a bit

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Poor Chi, if only you had Heal Bell or something :(
Ah, well. It can't be helped, I guess.

Um, let's try a Fake out. You haven't used it yet, so it should make the Celestial Emperor flinch, and if you can knock him into the milk with that same move, that would be awesome. Startling him out of thieving you is good enough for now, though, if you can't manage all that.
Then... I think, since that's not really a protective move, he might go on and try that Double Kick now? Use Torment so that he can't kick you twice (four times?) in a row. Then idk, we could play it safe and get far away or Reflect or something, but let's just go all in and use Facade. You're poisoned, might as well make use of it.
Let's just completely ignore the fact that you're confused in that first action and pray to the RNG gods


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DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Round 3

Munchkin OOO


Health: 77%
Energy: 82%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Commands: Fake Out ~ Torment ~ Facade
Status: Tiny nose filled with milk. Badly poisoned (2% this round, 3% the next), Confused (1 more action), Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 70%
Energy: 75%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Thief/Double Kick/Chill x3
Status: Glad to finally inflict some real damage

Chi was still struggling to find her bearings floating in the rippling milk and deal with the after effects of Cel’s approbation. Trying to hoist herself back onto the nearest oat bit, she instead slipped and slammed her chin against it, inflicting damage that was more annoying than truly painful. Cel was happy to take control of Chi’s floundering. In more of a cannonball than a swan dive, he vaulted himself at Chi, submerging them both in the milk. Though he could hardly see, Cel was able to feel until he could find Chi’s right arm. Finding the one claw that felt out of place, he gave it a mighty tug. Chi tried to resist, but she was too busy trying to get air back into her lungs to put up much of a fight. As the two came up again, the Nidoran took his prize and slotted it back to where he had kept his own, behind his giant right ear.

Chi, now quite sure that Cel had only been trying to pull her leg earlier, decided to continue the vocal war. The Sneasel, fitting steretypes about her species, went down a bit more of a spiteful route. She began to toss insults at Cel, who could do nothing but try and ignore the verbal bombardment. Chi went all out: she attacked him, she attacked Aletheia, the ref even though he heard something about him. Cel turned his giant ears away as best he could, fighting back tears. Chi seemed to love this. She continued to spew hurtful statements one after another as if it was instinctual. Finally, seeing Cel start to snivel, she stopped, still smirking with that vexing grin.

Cel was in no mood to sit around and pout however. As upset as he was, he knew he was in a battle that he couldn’t exactly back out of. Still fairly close to Chi, he had no trouble executing his next move. Using his front feet to keep himself afloat, he swung his back legs around one at a time. The first hit Chi right in the stomach, the second a slightly lighter blow to the left shin. Each one caused Chi to grimace, the bruises really starting to accumulate. Following that, she was relieved that she could release some of the anger that she had kept down inside of her for the duration of the battle. Hissing violently, she used all of her limbs to thrash out at Cel, who quickly curled up, trying to keep himself above milk level as well as deflect the attack. Chi held nothing back, the mere aggressiveness of her attack generating enough movement to stop her from sinking. Claws dug into skin, fists landed on faces, and legs tussled with each other. Finally, Chi released Cel from the onslaught, allowing him to catch his breath for a couple of seconds.

Cel was hardly ready to back off, but he wasn’t sure what to do next. His trainer would have wanted him to continue throwing kicks, but was that really effective? From his perspective, it seemed like Chi had hardly reacted at all. Clearly, continuing in that fashion was futile. But what to do instead? Well, when he had thrown her under water and grabbed the Razor Claw, it had seemed fairly effective. And Aletheia had said he could do that on other actions. Maybe the circumstances weren’t totally right, but he had to do mix it up a little bit. He again enveloped himself in a dark aura, and pushed Chi back underwater as before. The Sneasel continued to struggle determinedly, so Cel had only a few moments to chaotically strike out at the flailing form. After five seconds the two resurfaced, Cel slightly happy, Chi only confused with the Nidoran’s interesting choice of move.

To end the round, both Pokemon took a truce and a breakfast break, each swimming over to a mushroom that caught their fancy. Cel took a few bites out of a yellow-orangey one, while Chi took a fancy to a purple farrier’s product. Each Pokemon enjoyed the sugary snack and the respite.

End of Round 3

Munchkin OOO


Health: 53%
Energy: 65%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Status: Hoping she benefits from a bit of a sugar high. Badly poisoned (3% this round, 4% the next), Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 57%
Energy: 62%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: Glad to finally inflict some real damage. Tormented (2 more actions)

Arena Notes:
-Some venom is floating in the milk away from the battlers

Ref Notes:
-Each Pokemon is using 1% energy every action they’re treading milk
-Chi confusionfail’d on the first action
-The first hit of the Double Kick was a critical hit
-Cel picked either Chill or Thief randomly on the third action due to Torment, going with Thief
-Chi took a bite out of a Purple Horseshoe; her speed will be boosted by one for next round
-Cel took a bite out of an Orange Pot of Gold; Aletheia will make $1 more at the end of the battle
-Munchkin commands next
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Old 03-24-2015, 12:21 AM
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I had a feeling you'd confusionfail somehow, but you did good, Chi!

Start this round off with Knock Off. If you can't have that claw, no one can!
Well, he can keep it if he wants to be a party pooper and Protect or something on the first action.

After that, I guess you can Ice Beam away and hope The Celestial Emperor chills out, but not the energy restoring way if ya know what I mean.
If he wants to Protect or Detect, use Feint instead, and if he wants to Double Kick or Rock Smash you, then use Counter or Protect for the action.

Knock Off / Feint / Counter ~ Ice Beam / Feint / Protect ~ Ice Beam / Feint / Counter
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go Emperor!! get that cash, baby ;) using ineffective moves and still kicking ass

okay fine let her toss that Claw away, it's not like we can't replicate its effects. in fact, show her how little it matters to you by putting on some Swagger (maybe hopping back onto an oat in the process?)
then, hoping the confusion stops her from freezing you, show her what a real move looks like with a nice big Super Fang. finish up by replacing your Claw with some focused energies. I know you'll be pretty existed at this point, but I swear you'll get your rest soon c:

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3vs3 single
DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Round 4

Munchkin OOO


Health: 53%
Energy: 65%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Commands: Knock Off/Feint/Counter ~ Ice Beam/Feint/Protect ~ Ice Beam/Feint/Counter
Status: Hoping she benefits from a bit of a sugar high. Badly poisoned (3% this round, 4% the next), Attack -1, Speed -1

Aletheia OOO


Health: 57%
Energy: 62%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Swagger ~ Super Fang ~ Focus Energy
Status: Glad to finally inflict some real damage. Tormented (2 more actions)

The Razor war dragged on. Chi, having satisfied her marshmallow craving, swam back towards Cel, who was still wiping a bit of powdered sugar off of his mouth. With wide eyes he tried to back away, but his stubby limbs meant he was hardly a strong swimmer. Chi latched on to his back as he tried to escape, nearly capsizing them both. In the struggle Chi stretched out one of her claws, digging under Cel’s ear. Feeling the sharp nails dig into his skin Cel started to squirm violently, but Chi held on tight with her other hand. Finally, she was able to locate her old Razor Claw. As much as she would have loved to reclaim it, she knew that this petty conflict over held items had to end. She grabbed it in her hand and dropped it down into the milk, making it impossible for either battler to find it. Each Pokemon was now back on even terms.

Cel wasn’t happy with the whole “even” business; he wanted the high ground. Putting those mini limbs to good use, he hugged a floating X oat. From there he started churning the water with his back legs. Cel was not particularly weak, meaning he didn’t have to use a whole lot of energy to get back onto the oat, but he purposefully kicked up large splashes of milk. Chi was given multiple face-washes of the milk, getting in her eyes mouth and nose, causing her to cough and spit. Once Cel had established himself upon the oat raft, he did not cease the torment. He talked up a storm about himself, making sure to highlight his unmatched strength, faultless wit, and how little he needed a Razor Claw to win. He didn’t forget to mention how stupid Chi looked soaked with milk. He strutted his stuff as well as he could upon the cereal piece, causing Chi to fume.

The Sneasel was pissed off. She had been doing just fine in the battle so far, and yet her puny opponent had decided that he had already won, that it was not even a challenge for him. Well, she’d show him a challenge. Opening her mouth wide, a small ball of blue energy began to form between just in front of her teeth, feeding off of the chill of the milk Chi was residing in. The ball expanded until it was nearly the size of Chi’s head. At that point, the bubble burst, and from the sphere came a beam of white energy, ice crystals forming in the air where it travelled. The beam slammed into Cel, who was still distracted in his attempts to infuriate Chi. Back into the milk he went as the beam flipped him off of his raft. Chi still snarled as Cel resurfaced, covered in milk just as she was.

Though frustrated to be wet again, Cel had no problem continuing with his next action. He doggy-paddled through the murk towards Chi, spewing out milk from his mouth. When he came upon her he opened his jaw wide, his giant bucktooth like a beacon. Using his front legs to keep her steady, Cel dug his giant fang deep into Chi’s shoulder, causing her to scream in pain. The tooth was so long that it went past the skin, tearing through muscle. Tears sprang to Chi’s eyes as Cel removed his teeth as quickly as he had sunk them in, scraping them across the tender flesh. Chi nearly sunk into the water as she tried to cope with the ridiculous pain. Cel swam away slowly, a bite that strong really taking the life out of him.

Chi was all out-of-sorts. She was trying to prepare another ball of energy in her mouth, but she just couldn’t focus. She was angry and scared and tired all at once, a recipe for disaster. The monomers of a sphere began to form in her mouth as she focused hard on the attack. Sadly, doing this caused her to deprioritize treading water, and she immediately sunk below the level of the milk. Surprising herself, she gasped, taking in a breath of only liquid that burned her chest. She resurfaced and put air back into her lungs, nearly weeping from the agony. Cel, though tired, was in much better shape. Having the presence of mind to grab on to an oat bit to stop himself from sinking, he began to slow his breathing, close his eyes, and organize his mind. While Chi continued to struggle in the milk beside him, causing disturbances in the milk, Cel entered a zen-like state, letting the ripples Chi created lap against him. The chilly fluid did not perturb him in the slightest. After a few moments of intense meditation, Cel’s eyes snapped back open, ready for the battle to continue.

End of Round 4

Munchkin OOO


Health: 19%
Energy: 53%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Status: An emotional wreck. Badly poisoned (4% this round, 5% the next), Attack +1, Confused (4 more actions)

Aletheia OOO


Health: 35%
Energy: 35%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: At peace, but lagging. Focus Energy’d

Arena Notes:
-Some venom is floating in the milk away from the battlers

Ref Notes:
-Each Pokemon is using 1% energy every action they’re treading milk
-Ice Beam was strong enough to knock Cel into the milk
-Chi confusionfail’d on the third action
-The damage Chi took went over the Damage Cap as Confusion damage is self-inflicted
-Chi's Speed will return to -1 next round
-Aletheia commands next
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indeed the Mandate of Heaven rests upon you :D

that nasty sneasel will get the first shot in anyway, so after she does, find a suitable oat and get your promised chilling time in. after that, hit your Hidden Power... you know, just for fun... and finish off with a Sludge Bomb that should put her away, if your lucky streak continues ;o if there is any silly evasion going on at any point, keep chilling, make sure to stay on a solid surface as long as possible!

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If The Celestial Emperor won't attack you at first anyway, Calm your Mind a little. Hopefully that can help with your confusion too. That Hidden Power could potentially be dangerous, or it might not be, so let's have you make a Substitute just to be sure. Hopefully the attack isn't super effective and there's no criticals and your Sub can defend against that Sludge Bomb too. If you're still standing by the third action, try holding onto a cereal piece while hitting him with a Blizzard. You should be close enough that it shouldn't be hard to hit him, I hope. Godspeed, Chi! :)

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3vs3 single
DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Round 5

Munchkin OOO


Health: 19%
Energy: 53%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Commands: Calm Mind ~ Substitute (10%) ~ Blizzard
Status: An emotional wreck. Badly poisoned (4% this round, 5% the next), Attack +1, Confused (4 more actions)

Aletheia OOO


Health: 35%
Energy: 35%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Chill ~ Hidden Power/Chill ~ Sludge Bomb/Chill
Status: At peace, but lagging. Focus Energy’d

The start of the fifth round was an uneventful one. Lugging himself back on to the oat, Cel continued to take a break from the fisticuffs. Plopping his behind down on the oat, he took a deep breath, and let himself float idly in the milky lagoon. Chi, still addled, was not complaining about being able to relax as well. Her kicks slowing down, she put in just enough energy to stay above the milk level, and closed her eyes. Chi kept out the world, confident that Cel was content to let her be. Soon, her bafflement started to melt away. Thoughts that swirled haphazardly around her brain began to sort themselves. Her nasty migraine disappeared, leaving only a slight ache behind her eyes. She twitched back to reality after her meditative experience, the self-assurance starting to seep back into her conscience.

It was a short lived euphoria. Quickly, Chi came back to terms with her state. She was almost beaten. Finding her trainer’s commands easier to access in her brain, she still felt a rush to prevent her demise. She had been asked by Munchkin to set up a meat shield, but there was little flesh around to be manipulated. In a frenzy, Chi went with the most readily available source for crafting: the milk. Pouring her lifeforce into the liquid near her, Chi hopelessly tried to gather this milk together into something tangible. Her efforts were in vain, only succeeding in causing some of the milk to glob together as if spoilt. Luckily, Chi’s mind was clear enough to know when to stop. Seeing her attempt fail so spectacularly, she cut off the energy being poured into the cereal. The damage was still done, and along with the poison that was manifesting in her bloodstream, she felt she was nearly done.

Cel was happy to speed along the process. Delving deep into his inner power, he brought forth orbs that tangoed in the air before his head, flashing all colours of the rainbow. His body shone with them, a dazzling aura providing beautiful compliment. The sequence of flashes and the movement of the orbs were completely unique to Cel. His temperament defined the attack. Left to the will of the Random Number Gods, the orbs finally settled on a whitish-blue colour, disappointingly similar to the orb that had formed inside of Chi’s mouth earlier. With little hope for the attack, Cel sent the spheres bobbing forward. Though they had a lot of momentum, their impacts on Chi’s skin hardly seemed to bother the Sneasel at all. Chi simply shook off the barrage, even in her state hardly bothered by the attack.

Chi was ready to go out with a bang. Latching on to a floating x-oat, Chi let out her frustrations in a long and foreboding howl that called to mind the whistle of the Arctic wind. Though Chi was not surrounded by snow and ice as she would have preferred, she made do. A gale developed, kicking up pieces of oat and milk that froze nearly instantaneously in the frigid breeze. Cel shivered, both out of fear and a reaction to the sudden drop in temperature. Satisfied with the storm that she had summoned, Chi released a second howl, this time causing the “blizzard” to tighten, swirling closer and closer around Cel. The Nidoran let out a scream as the first ice crystals began to dig into his skin, and from there the tempest worsened. Countless frozen particulates scraped through Cel, leaving him incredibly battered and incredibly cold. Worst still, some of the ice crystals did not give up once they struck him. They latched on to his purple skin and spread, up his legs and onto the oat bit. As the winds died, Cel began to panic; he had been frozen to his oat raft. Completely at the mercy of any enemy.

Luckily, Cel didn’t have to worry about Chi taking advantage. Not in need of his limbs for his next strike, Cel merely focused on keeping them stout and maintaining his balance. Letting venom leak into his mouth, he formed a mushy, purple, noxious cocktail. For all intents and purposes, it was a high powered spit ball. Releasing it without the assistance of straw, the blob streaked through the air, right on target for Chi, who was far too tired to dodge. The gunk felt more like a cannonball to Chi, who finally let her milk treading cease, succumbing to incapacitation. The poison did not finish sinking into her face before she sunk below the level of the cereal, her time in the battle over.

End of Round 5

Munchkin XOO


Health: 0%
Energy: 39%
(Chishi Ansatsu-Sha) Sneasel [F] <Keen Eye> @Razor Claw
Status: KO’d!

Aletheia OOO


Health: 22%
Energy: 36%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: Overjoyed. Focus Energy’d, Frozen to an oat bit.

Arena Notes:
-The venom has dissipated

Ref Notes:
-Treading milk = 1%/action yadda yadda yadda
-Calm Mind reduced the duration of Chi’s confusion
-Alas, Chi still confusionfail’d while trying to construct a Substitute
-Hidden Power and Sludge Bomb were both critical hits, not that it mattered
-Hidden Power was Ice-type
-Blizzard froze Cel to his oat bit. Currently the ice is stretching up to the edge of his abdomen, but each action the ice will recede slightly
-Munchkin sends out and commands next
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Damn you, confusionfail! Ya did good though, Chi, so let's recall you before you drown there.

Next up is Ryui, my male Abra. Let's plop him down onto a cereal near The Celestial Emperor.

That Toxic did quite a number on Chi, so let's have you make a Substitute if he ever intends to badly poison you too. Try making it out of the closest marshmallow! :)

If he's ever going to Protect or Detect, go with a Calm Mind. Otherwise, go with Psychic. And maybe, if he tries to get on a cereal or something, you can use that Psychic to kind of shove him off it too?

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this isn't enough health for strategy so all we can really do is do as much damage as we can. you were pretty excellent, Emperor ;B

so I'm guessing the ice is keeping you from moving- and you're only getting one shot since Psychic is too hardstyle :(

so uh... Thunder??

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DQ: 10 days
Damage Cap: 33%
Battle type: Set
Banned Moves: OHKO's, suicide moves, direct healing, weather moves, most Ground-type moves (Earthquake, Mud-Slap, etc.)
Arena: A Bowl of Lucky Charms

Either everyone has been shrunken temporarily or this is one seriously huge bowl of Lucky Charms cereal! Typically, only one Pokémon could fit comfortably on a single marshmallow or oat bit, but if they are small enough or are flexible enough to position themselves appropriately, both battlers may stand on the same piece of cereal. Every edible platform in this gargantuan bowl is floating in creamy, cold, white milk. While this milk is as smooth as and can be used in the same ways as water, Pokémon submerged within it are virtually blind, as you can't exactly see through such an opaque white liquid. Any Pokémon with a flame on its body will receive 1% damage for every action that its flame is submerged. An invisible force-field is in the form of a dome above the bowl, completing it to make a sphere shape - because of this, the Pokémon cannot exit the cereal bowl. The ceiling of a kitchen can be seen far above the bowl.

The oat bits are either an X-shape or in the shape of the number 4. There are various kinds of marshmallows, including pink hearts, blue half-moons, green clovers, purple horseshoes, shooting stars, red balloons, orange "pots of gold", "rainbows" (actually just an arch of pink, yellow, and blue), and golden doors. While it won't happen if the marshmallow is simply floating around, a key-shaped hole will appear in the golden doors if they are drenched with water and/or milk.

At any time, either Pokémon may use one action to consume part of an oat bit (never a marshmallow!) or some milk. The oat will heal 5% health, while the milk will restore 3% of both health and energy. Every round, there is a 5% chance that a giant will eat some cereal with a proportionate silver spoon. While neither Pokémon nor humans within the bowl will be eaten, some bits of cereal may be scooped up and a tiny wave will travel throughout the bowl, which would probably knock most Pokémon into the sea of milk. After this, the cereal will not be replaced, so it will be a bit more difficult to maneuver with less to stand on.

At the end of the round, there is a 20% chance for both Pokémon to munch on an adjacent marshmallow. What type of marshmallow is chosen at random, and they have the following effects:

- Pink heart: Restores 7% health
- Blue half-moon: The effects of Gravity take place for the duration of the next round.
- Green clover: The Pokémon's attacks will all start at a critical hit domain of one higher than normal for the duration of the next round.
- Purple horseshoe: For the next round, the Pokémon's speed is increased by 1.
- Shooting star: For the next round, the Pokémon take the form of each other. They have access to each other's ability and movepool, but the health and energy remains based upon who is commanding the Pokémon. If both nibble on shooting stars, nothing happens.
- Red balloon: For the next round, the Pokémon gains the ability to consensually hover. If it could already hover or fly, its speed is increased by 1 instead.
- Orange pot of gold: The Pokémon's trainer gains an extra $1 at the end of the battle, not exceeding a maximum of $3 as a result of this bonus. If the $3 limit is reached and this marshmallow is nibbled again, the Pokémon instead regains 5% health.
- Rainbow: The Pokémon's type changes each action of the next round to ensure it doesn't receive super-effective damage. At the end of the next round, its typing is returned to normal.
- Golden door (solid): Safeguard is activated for this Pokémon during the next round.
- Golden door (keyhole): The Pokémon gains +1 Attack and Special Attack for the next round.

Other: Only basic- or baby-stage Pokémon may be used.
Concerning the marshmallows, I do mean both Pokémon. So if they nibble on marshmallows at the end of the round, both Pokémon will do so, though the marshmallow nibbled will probably be different for each. In essence, there will never be a round where one Pokémon nibbles a marshmallow while the other doesn't.

Also, just as another note, all Rock-type moves that require the rocks to already be present use cereal pieces instead. As a result, they do 2% less damage after all other calculations.
Round 6

Munchkin XOO


Health: 100%
Energy: 100%
(Ryui-Ryoku) Abra [M] <Synchronize>
Commands: Substitute/Calm Mind/Psychic x3
Status: Lapping up a bit of milk.

Aletheia OOO


Health: 22%
Energy: 36%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Commands: Thunder ~ Tackle x2
Status: Overjoyed. Focus Energy’d, Frozen to an oat bit.

Munchkin, in a small panic, recalled her Sneasel before the poor battler drowned. Thinking over the choice for a moment, she decided to go with Ryui-Ryoku, her Abra. No use avoiding STAB super-effectivity with Cel so close to fainting. The creature was released onto an oat bit of his own, where he coolly took inventory on the arena, specifically his frozen opponent.

Without even a flick of the wrist, Ryui lifted Cel, and his conjoined oat bit, out of the milk. Simply through telekinetic mastery, Ryui was able to bring Nidoran and cereal to a hover above the milk. From there, Ryui tossed them around mercilessly. Cel found himself being flung against the invisible walls of the arena as well as the edge of the bowl. Ryui betrayed no emotion as he dunked the purple rodent under the milk, scraping him along the bottom of the bowl. Cel held his breath and tried to stop himself from throwing up, his stomach sloshing. He flinched as he felt a sharp object dig into his ear: most likely a Razor Claw. Finally, as his lungs were about to rebel, Ryui brought Cel back out of the milk, letting the oat bit back down gently.

Cel’s world was a blur. If his legs were free, he would double over in pain, perhaps grovel. Instead, he was forced to face his conqueror. How sickening his expressionless visage was. Cel vowed to go down fighting. He looked to the sky and summarized all of his anger in one fell cry. With no clouds above to work from, Cel looked to the gargantuan light fixture that loomed high above, so far out of reach. As Cel’s cry died out, the entire kitchen went dark. Ryui was bewildered for only a moment before a gigantic bolt of energy descended from the plaster heavens, striking the poor Abra. The sheer force of the lightning drove both he and his oat bit down into the milk. He spluttered as he lost control of his floating cereal, ending up swimming in the milk. As he came up for air, he noticed the lights had again come back on. Slightly angry now that Cel had shown so much fight with so little hope, he grabbed him again and threw him against the very pinnacle of the dome. The single blow was enough to finally knock out Cel, who landed still standing thanks to his icy shackles.

End of Round 6

Munchkin XOO


Health: 84%
Energy: 91%
(Ryui-Ryoku) Abra [M] <Synchronize>
Status: Soaked.

Aletheia XOO


Health: 0%
Energy: 28%
(Celestial Emperor) Nidoran ♂ [M] <Poison Point> @Razor Claw
Status: KO’d

Arena Notes:
-N/A

Ref Notes:
-Munchkin did not specify how Psychic was to be used, so I had it throw Cel around.
-I hummed and hawed over whether Thunder should work indoors, but I finally gave Aletheia the benefit of the doubt.
-Thunder was a critical hit.
-As was the second Psychic. How useful.
-Ryui is treading milk… YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!
-Aletheia sends out and commands next.
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