Bouncing Off Clouds
The PCThere's two off to the side in the bank. There's one just inside the door of the starter shop, and two on either side of the trading machine. There's one in the Safari Zone headquarters, two near the events stage, and probably a half dozen or so scattered throughout the rest of the region, hitting all the most populated areas. They're white boxish things about the size of a DVD rental machine, and the words 'Pokémon Personal Computer' are written in huge blue letters on all sides.
A boon to trainers everywhere, they are PCs. Capable of storing any number of pokémon and items and beaming them to any other PC on the network, these desktop computers can keep track of anything trainers would rather not lug around and can even double as videophones and ATMs. Unlike PCs from other regions, these allow the trainer to choose whether they wish to automatically send newly caught pokémon to the PC or if they would rather keep them with them.
If you touch the screen of a sleeping PC, it blinks awake, eager to serve, and displays the following message:
Thank you for using the Safari Zone!
Items and pokémon may be managed from any of the convenient terminals throughout the area.
Members are expected to keep their own profile up-to-date in regards to their pokémon, items, and other statistics.
Always provide a link to your PC when participating in Safari Zone activities or using the facilities. Each entry has a number above it (look for the "#1" above this one). Clicking on that will provide you with the address you are required to use.
It is required that each member list their pokémon (with gender) and items list.
Beyond that, users are free to do what they wish with their profile. Customize it as you see fit.
Keep it to one post (use this button:
Great Eevee in the Sky be with you.
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