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[OOC: Requesting a Dwebble from the swarm! Though negl I have no plans to catch it - I just want to play with the chances that something else might pop up instead 0v0]

<p>Taking a deep breath, the woman stared back at the compilation of tents. Most were the same basic make and coloring, a few here and there having tents with a little more color or simply larger size with better make. But honestly the woman was fed up with staring at them. Omega and his group apparently didn't have work for her to do at the moment, and she couldn't just sit around waiting. Normally she'd go up to the tunnels to harvest metals, and would be able to hunt pokemon while there for food. But since there was no longer a need for metal apparently, she wasn't going up to that legendary forsaken place again.

<p>Instead, she turned her head and looked to the rising hills. When she originally traveled here to the camp, the three of them had been mostly focused on the destination. Being in unknown territory meant that she needed to move quickly and find a home base. Somewhere for supplies and medical care if any of them needed it. In their rush, she'd even chosen not to stop through Crater City. It was an unnecessary detour, and so the trio pushed straight through the plains to the hills beyond. And then focused on finding their way here. She'd noticed some drastic changes to the environment in both areas though, much different than the forest she'd grown accustomed too.

<p>It was certainly going to be tougher to sneak around and run, that was for sure. The constant slopes made progress slow, unless one chose to weave between them. But then, you have to deal with having very limited visibility. While the concept of not being able to see everything hadn't been too far off in the thick forest, these hills were something else. Unlike a tree that she could maneuver around easily, these hills required too much time and effort to track around or over. Not too mention they needed to be able to find their way back.

<p>Nonetheless, with no other duties from Omega's group, this was her chance to explore it a bit at least. Dagger strapped to her hip, she looked down at the foxes. The smooth blue fox, who'd just joined them before coming to this place, and her faithful partner, with yellow fur sparking with electricity. They were quiet for the moment. Still, she nodded to them, and them to the hills, to let them know where she was headed. Jolteon barked enthusiastically, while Neptune stayed silent. He wasn't by any means over his suspicions or trusting of this woman, but their hunts together were actually enjoyable. Not that he'd ever admit it.

<p>Truly, the only one the vaporeon seemed to somewhat bond with at this point was the jolteon - which the electric-type was sure was because the human was a human. She tried to tell him to give her a chance, but it was clearly an uncomfortable topic. Besides, she wasn't his mom! She wasn't about to tell him what to do. If he wanted to be stubborn, so be it. The lightning-fox shot ahead, the other immediately taking it as a challenge. He'd found quickly that the both of them ran a lot, and in truth he enjoyed the feeling. He'd never been able to stretch his legs and soar across the ground before. But he was the slowest, and that bothered him. So he felt challenged each time one of them took off to press forward and try to get faster than them.

<p>The woman was right up with them, keeping within a few feet of them. Jolteon was more the used to keeping her pace down so she didn't lose the others, but she was always glad to see how much quicker the human had gotten since they met. The vaporeon was still pretty pokey, but he was more natural at it with his four legs than the human was. They jogged into the hills, curving around the first hill in the valley and keeping an eye out for any pokemon. Ideally she could take out her frustration on a kill or two, and get some nice fresh meat from something that wasn't living in a literal rock.

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<br>Jolteon [Female Jolteon]
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<p>Need help calculating a certain move? Not sure how something works? Questioning why something is what it is? This is the place for you! In the interest of continuing to develop the system to the best of its potential, as well as keeping all the feedback and issues in one place, we've created this running thread for your questions, comments, and concerns. We'll do our best to answer any questions posted here - And this way, all of your issues or complaints will be logged in one place!



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<p>'Energy' refers to the amount of energy that a pokemon expends during battle in order to perform their moves. This is the equivalent of PP, but this system is adapted to relate more to a realistic roleplay-centric system, rather than a video game limit. An individual pokemon's energy is tracked similar to health; however their max energy scales based on their level. This provides more grounds for higher level pokemon to be able to complete more powerful and a higher quantity of moves than lower level pokemon. This relates only to pokemon moves that are used - That is to say, creative actions that aren't from the pokemon's movepool (running, positioning, using an item, etc.) will not effect the pokemon's energy level for that battle.
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<p>For the sake of clarity, we're going to count "100%" energy as being how much energy a Pokemon has when they have just about reached sexual maturity (lvl 15). When they're young, the energy increases very quickly. As they mature, but are still growing a little bit (around lvl 15-25), this increase slows down. Once they are fully adult, energy increase slows even further. Once a Pokemon is lvl 20, you can do a quick approximation of how much their maximum energy is by adding 100 to their level and rounding down to a multiple of 5. Note that this number will be wrong if you've used other methods to increase energy, as detailed below.

<p><b>◒ Energy Table</b><br>
lvl 2: 25%<br>
3: 30%<br>
4: 40%<br>
5: 50%<br>
6: 55%<br>
7: 60%<br>
8: 65%<br>
9: 70%<br>
10: 75%<br>
11: 80%<br>
12: 85%<br>
13: 90%<br>
14: 95%<br>
15-19: 100%<br>
20-24: 120%<br>
25-29: 125%<br>
30-34: 130%<br>
35-39: 135%<br>
40-44: 140%<br>
45-49: 145%<br>
50-54: 150%<br>
55-59: 155%<br>
60-64: 160%<br>
65-69: 165%<br>
70-74: 170%<br>
75-79: 175%<br>
80-84: 180%<br>
85-89: 185%<br>
90-94: 190%<br>
95-99: 195%<br>
100: 200%<br>

<p><b>◒ PP Increasing Items</b>
<p>Each PP Up gives the pokemon +5%, and PP Max gives the pokemon +15%. You cannot gain more than 15% energy from any combination of PP Up's and PP Max on a single pokemon.

<p><b>◒ Training</b>
<p>Training devs can be done to increase a pokemon's energy limit by 5%. You cannot gain more than 15% energy from training a single pokemon. This is similar to training a Pokemon to learn a new move, but slightly less specific since you should be focusing on training the Pokemon's endurance and overall strength up rather than any particular technique.

<p>This means the maximum energy a Pokemon can have is 230%.


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In general, a move's energy cost relates to the power behind that move. For every 5 Power a move has, it costs 1 additional energy, so take the Power of a move and divide it by 5 to get the energy required. Moves that don't have a power or change based on certain circumstances will have special rules on energy calculation. Here are some examples of basic damaging moves:<br>
Tackle (40 Power) costs 8% energy<br>
Shockwave (60 Power) costs 12% energy<Br>
Flamethrower (90 Power) costs 18% energy

<p>For variable power moves, it is usually right in the middle of the range.
<br>Rollout costs 18% each time you use it.
<br>Night Shade costs 9%.
<br>Low Kick costs 14%.
<br>Magnitude costs 14%

<p>If the move has a condition that must be met in order to double the power, the cost will depend on whether or not you've met the condition. Using the lower power version of the move will cost energy the way a simple damaging move does. For example, Hex has 65 Power, so it will cost 13% energy. Using the higher power version of the move will cost 1.5x the amount of energy needed for the lower power version. We've included some examples below.
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<p>Acrobatics 55 power (costs 11% energy, or 17% energy)
<br>Assurance 60 power (costs 12% energy, or 18% energy)
<br>Avalanche 60 power (costs 12% energy, or 18% energy)<br>
Brine 65 power (costs 13% energy, or 20% energy)<br>
Dragon Rush 100 power (costs 20% energy, or 30% energy)<br>
Earthquake 100 power (costs 20% energy, or 30% energy)<br>
Facade 70 power (costs 14% energy, or 21% energy)<Br>
Gust 40 power (costs 8% energy, or 12% energy)<br>
Hex 65 power (costs 13% energy, or 20% energy)<br>
Payback 50 power (costs 10% energy, or 15% energy)<br>
Pursuit 40 power (costs 8% energy, or 12% energy)<br>
Retaliate 70 power (costs 14% energy, or 21% energy)<br>
Revenge 60 power (costs 12% energy, or 18% energy)<br>
Smelling Salts 70 power (costs 14% energy, or 21% energy)<br>
Steamroller 65 power (costs 13% energy, or 20% energy)<br>
Stomp 65 power (costs 13% energy, or 20% energy)<br>
Stomping Tantrum 75 power (costs 15% energy, or 23% energy)<br>
Surf 90 power (costs 18% energy, or 27% energy)<br>
Twister 40 power (costs 8% energy, or 12% energy)<br>
Venoshock 65 power (costs 13% energy, or 20% energy)<br>
Wake-up Slap 70 power (costs 14% energy, or 21% energy)<br>
Weather Ball 50 power (costs 10% energy, or 15% energy)<br>
Whirlpool 35 power (costs 7% energy, or 11% energy)<br>


<p><b>◒ Stat Modifiers</b>
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Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 1 cost 5% energy
<br>Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 2 cost 7% energy
<br>Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 3 cost 9% energy
<br>Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 4 cost 11% energy
<br>Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 5 cost 13% energy
<br>Moves that change a Pokemon's status by +/- 6 cost 15% energy (This includes Belly Drum.)

<p><b>◒ Healing and Draining</b>
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Healing moves cost energy equal to half the amount healed. Ex: Wish heals 50% of a Pokemon's health, so it would cost 25% to use. Healing moves that heal 1/16 damage every turn (Ingrain, Aqua Ring, Leech Seed) cost 13% energy.
<p>Damaging moves that also heal cost the amount based on the power, plus half of what would normally be healed. Here's a handy-dandy list:
<br>Draining Kiss: 50 Power, 22% energy
<br>Giga Drain: 75 Power, 25% energy
<br>Leech Life: 80 Power, 26% energy
<br>Mega Drain: 40 Power, heals 50% damage done; 15% energy
<br>Drain Punch: 75 Power, heals 50% damage done; 25% energy

<p>Here's an example on calculating the energy:
<br>Absorb: 20 Power, heals 50% of damage done
<br>20 power = 4% energy cost<br>
20 power = 18% damage dealt on average, so 9% health returned on average
healing 9% health costs 5% energy
<br>Absorb's total energy cost = 9% energy

<p><b>◒ Other</b>
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Moves that inflict a status effect (burn, paralyze, confusion) cost 13% Energy. (Ex: Will-O-Wisp, Thunder Wave)
<p>Terrain moves, weather moves, and Gravity cost 20% Energy.
<p>Moves that copy or use another move will spend the energy for the used move, as well as an additional 5% Energy. (Ex: Metronome, Copy Cat, Mimic)
<p>Barrier moves like Light Screen, Reflect, and Magic Coat cost 10% energy
<p>Similar-to-status-inducing moves (Psycho Shift, Encore, Disable) cost 13% energy
<p>Moves that multi hit will cost energy equal to the average power of the move, rounded up to the nearest 5.
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Arm Thrust - Average 50 power - 10%<br>
Barrage - Average 50 power - 10%<br>
Bone Rush - Average 80 power - 16%<br>
Bullet Seed - Average 80 power - 16%<br>
Comet Punch - Average 60 power - 12%<br>
Double Slap - Average 50 power - 10%<br>
Fury Attack - Average 50 power - 10%<br>
Fury Swipes - Average 60 power - 12%<br>
Icicle Spear - Average 80 power - 16%<br>
Pin Missile - Average 80 power - 16%<br>
Rock Blast - Average 80 power - 16%<br>
Spike Cannon - Average 65 power - 13%<br>
Tail Slap - Average 80 power - 16%<Br>
Water Shuriken - Average 50 power - 10%<br>


<p><b>◒ Special Exceptions/Moves</b>
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Rest uses energy equal to half of what it healed, but your Pokemon will be comatose for 3 entire rounds (posts of yours). They can wake up on your 4th post.
<p>Perish Song requires 50% Energy to use. (And will cause any Pokémon involved in the battle that hears it to lose a large amount of HP and most likely faint.)
<p>Sketch does not cost any energy.
<p>Helping Hand costs 10% energy.
<p>Counter uses the base power from the moved being countered, and functions as a move that doubles power.
<p>Bide will cost energy according on the base power of EACH move that it absorbs, multiplied by 1.5 like moves that double power.
<p>Self-destruct & Explosion will drain the user of all energy in addition to using up all health to faint.
<p>Flail should be calculated based on the current power. Reference Bulbapedia and the user's health to determine the base power when used.

<p><b>◒ Repetitive Moves</b>
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Using the same exact move over and over again will get increasingly tiring. For each time you use a move consecutively, there is an increasing cost unless the Pokemon knows less than 5 moves. Specifically, the move costs extra energy equal to how many times it has been used consecutively. (+2% the second time, +3% the third time, and so on.)<p>
This also applies to repetitively using the same two attacks over and over. For example: repeatedly alternating between Growth and Razor Leaf. Use your best judgement and, as always, feel free to ask if you are uncertain.

<p><b>◒ Multiple Moves in a Single Turn</b>
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Using multiple moves in a single turn is difficult and will cost more energy, as well. Using a second move in a single turn will cost an additional 2% energy. Using a third move in a single turn will cost an additional 3% energy (this will stack for a total of 5% energy spent).
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<p><b>◒ Moves Which Lower Energy</b>

<p>Grudge - Costs 10% energy to use. This attack will take away energy equal to the amount of energy that was used up by the move that fainted the Pokemon (Will not lower it past 0%).
What if you use Grudge and then don't faint? Well, your opponent doesn't lose their energy. However, you still use 10% energy.<br>
Note: Yes, this can be power-played. Yes, we are watching. Don't do that. If your character or Pokemon is experienced enough to recognize the move, then sure. Otherwise, you can't just be like "I'm gonna conveniently not attack this turn lol".

<p>Spite - Costs the same amount of energy that it takes away from the target. Takes away energy equal to the cost of the move last used by the opponent. <br>
Ex: If your opponent used Flamethrower (18% energy), using Spite will cost 18% energy and will take away 18% energy from your opponent.

<p>Pressure - Takes away a fraction of whatever the move being used costs, with a minimum of 1%. The move being used will use the energy for said move, plus 20% of the total move cost. You can multiply the cost by .2 in a calculator to find out what the extra cost is. <br>Ex: If your opponent used a move that costs 30, they now must spend 36 because of your Pressure ability.

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<br><div class='strictures'> Running Out of Energy </div>
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<p>There are a couple ways a pokemon could run out of energy - Mainly, by using it up in battle or by having it drained by another pokemon. Moves that would reduce PP in the games drain energy, so be sure to keep in mind that your pokemon could lose additional energy from certain attacks. Once you are out of energy, the assumption is your pokemon is exhausted from the battle.

<p>But you can actually still attack! However, this comes at a price. Namely, your Pokémon will begin using their health points to execute the moves instead. This can be dangerous though, beyond just the danger of straining your Pokémon too hard.

<p>Note: You cannot use health points to execute healing moves. Sorry, no loopholes here!

<p>Each time your pokemon consumes health in place of energy to use a move, there will be a chance of your pokemon sustaining a major injury in addition to using up health. The roll for injury will occur before the move takes place and the health % is deducted.

<p>If the pokemon at 100 to 90% health when they use a move without having enough energy: 8% chance of injury<br>
If 89 to 80: 15% chance of injury<br>
If 79 to 70: 23% chance injury<br>
If 69 to 60: 30% chance injury <br>
If 59 to 50: 38% chance injury <br>
If 49 to 40: 45% chance injury<br>
If 39 to 30: 53% chance injury<br>
If 29 to 20: 60% chance injury<br>
If 19 to 10: 68% chance injury<br>
If 9 to 0: 75% chance injury<br>

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<p>
<br><div class='strictures'> Regenerating Energy </div>
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<p>There are two ways that your pokemon will regain spent energy: Resting or Elixirs. For simplicity, we've combined ether and elixir into one, and adjusted the calculations to the energy system to function similarly to how potions restore health. Elixirs work immediately for energy gain, while resting requires that the pokemon spend a certain amount of time out of battle. Depending on what activity they are doing in the interim (walking, running, sleeping, etc.) their energy regeneration will change accordingly.
<p>Energy gained from elixirs is as follows:<br>
Elixir: 30% <br>
Super Elixir: 60%<br>
Hyper Elixir: 90%<br>
Max Elixir: 150%
<p>
For your Pokemon to regain energy naturally, particularly between battles, we will use the following table.
<p>
<i>In a pokeball: </i><br>
30 minutes after the battle: regains 25% max energy.<br>
1 hour after battle: regained 45% max energy.<br>
2 hours after battle: regained 60% max energy.<br>
4 hours after battle: regained 85% max energy.<br>
8 hours after battle: energy fully restored.
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<i>Being carried: (1.5x the time)</i><br>
45 minutes after the battle: regains 25% max energy.<br>
1.5 hour after battle: regained 45% max energy.<br>
3 hours after battle: regained 60% max energy.<br>
6 hours after battle: regained 85% max energy.<br>
12 hours after battle: energy fully restored.

<p><i>Walking along trainer: (2x time)</i><br>
1 hour after battle: regained 25% max energy.<br>
2 hour after battle: regained 45% max energy.<br>
4 hours after battle: regained 60% max energy.<br>
8 hours after battle: regained 85% max energy.<br>
16 hours after battle: energy fully restored.

<p><i>Carrying a load (mount or helping move stuff):</i><br>
No Energy regain.



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[#SEB SPOTLIGHT! This dev is for Seb's evolution from a Scatterbug into a Spewpa, some loyalty, and a bit of experience if deemed appropriate. I'm planning a bit of training in the midst of this, but we'll see what happens.]
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It started out, and would continue to be, a rather average day in all. The family was all out within in the home which she was staying for the time, so kindly lent to her while the traders who lived here were on a trip. They were spending some time in Crater City to sell their goods and proclaim some things that didn't make it to the forest very often, or for a very good price. She sat in a chair, the little compact mirror with her name flipped open, shining her bright smile back at her as her fingers fiddled with her hair carefully.

<p>It was always important to make herself look good before going out. And she so appreciated the opportunity to get ready inside a house, rather than outside. She was fine living outside if needed on occasion, but it certainly wasn't her preferred living. Until she found a new home however, she bounced between houses of those willing to let her stay for a few days here and there at a time. This helped her socialize more and keep relationships positive, so she didn't mind. Though the peace of being alone with her family was always nice from time to time.

<p>Of course, she wasn't able to get through her morning preparations before the silly bug was over, bumping his head against her leg. She giggled, ad he released a 'buh' customary to requesting pets. Though, it sounded a tad off, she didn't think too much of it. Perhaps he was still shaking off the morning sleepiness. Carefully removing her hands from her thick curls, she leaned over and extended her arms. "Here, why don't you come up here with me." Gently, she wrapped her fingers around the scatterbug and lifted him up. She set him in her lap, the compact sitting on a table in front of them.

<p>Meeting his demands, she started to pat him on his head. As she did so, her hand and eyes started to drift to his collar. In all the time she's had the bug, she'd known his collar of fur to only grow so long. It was pretty constant and sure. But for some reason, it almost seemed a bit longer than usual. Maybe she was just imagining it. She lifted the fur for a better look, and noticed something odd. There were the beginnings of bristles of white fur. Was his fur spreading a bit? Or did some of it get torn?

<p>No, the woman was sure she could have noticed if his fur got torn or cut. "You planning on growing a bit more hair, huh? That will only make you look cuter!" She spoke in her bubbly tone as ever, though she was a bit puzzled by the change. But it was minuscule. There wasn't a need to worry over it obsessively. Besides, extra fur was good, right? They were about to move into the cold season after all. She returned to her petting for a couple more moments before returning her attention to her hair and face.

<p>After sorting out and organizing her curls as she wanted to, making them look nice and even and not so frizzy, she would move on to her makeup. She leaned, pulling out the berry concoctions with her different hues to add to her face. Pulling it out meant getting the attention of Eli of course, which wasn't a problem by any means. "Yes yes, I know you'll want to decorate Seb for the day. Just don't go too crazy, okay?" She cocked her head at the espurr while holding the little container of paste, the espurr nodding in agreement even if she didn't really understand the words. She just knew that's what she had to do for the human to give her the paint!

<p>Shae chuckled and handed one of the containers to the feline, who immediately whined while looking up at Seb. Normally he was quicker to move, but he seemed less willing for some reason. "Oh Seb, I hope you slept well. If not, I'll make sure you get some time to nap later, I promise." She pet him affectionately, before lifting to set him on the ground, leaving him to the espurr. In the meantime, she returned to her face, opening the other container and rubbing a tad of the makeshift paste between her fingers, looking deeply into the mirror as she brought them up to her face to apply.
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Still groggy, the scatterbug grumbled as he left the woman, having been placed on the floor. "Come ooooon!! It's time to get you all fancy and ready for the day! I absolutely can't wait a single moment loonger!" The bug groaned dramatically. He liked being decorated, as it made him feel like he was closer to being a vivillon with beautiful wings. But he was just so tired today... "Maybe we could just skip today. I need more sleep." His head hung a little lower as he said it, but to no one's surprise he wasn't able to deter her so easily.
<p>The espurr gasped, a little choked mew escaping from her throat as she did so. "Not get ready for the day? Preposterous! I have to make you look perfect! Just like how the human makes herself look perfect every day. It's art! You can't stifle good art!" There was a clear scoff across the room, the grumble very clearly from the dog who disagreed fervently with the opinion that the espurr's mess could be called art. She ignored him. "Fine fine. Just do your thing so I can get some sleep before she decides to leave the house please." She meowed in joy and hopped a bit. "I'll have you looking gorgeous in a matter of minutes! Super fast and super pretty!"
<p>The scatterbug lifted his head and allowed her to get to work, though she quickly noticed the same as Seb. "Oh! You're growing more fur! That's so exciting. It means I'll have more to decorate." She set to staining the pricks of new white fur with the dark colored concoction. Seb would have rolled his eyes if he could. He wasn't growing more fur, that was just silly. He had just as much fur as he always did. It wouldn't just start growing randomly.

<p>Unless...

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