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Introduction to Pokemon Warstories

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Introduction to Pokemon Warstories

Post by Frashu on Wed Oct 05, 2011 5:40 pm

First, what is a warstory? A warstory details a Pokemon match with the goal of entertaining the readers.

Usually it explains the thought process of the story teller (and sometimes both players) during the battle. Good warstories can range from super intense and epic to rolling on the floor hilarious—it really depends on the battle and the author.


Here is an example:
Spoiler:
Trainer John wants to battle!
John sends out Breloom! (Breloom)

Out of bauer's Pokeball pops a kangaroo with a large mushroom on its head. To this day, I can never figure out where its arms are located. Seriously, look at its sprite. Nothing that resembles arms or fists.

Go, Roserade! (ROSERADE)

I lead off with the best starter ever, Roserade. Her appearance, ability, and awesomeness strike fear into the hearts of any sane battler and her thorny vines drop the opposing forces just an iron ball plowing into a man's genitals.

Breloom use Protect!
Roserade uses Sludge Bomb!
Breloom protected itself!

See how Roserade has already stricken fear into the first of Bauer's Pokemon? Breloom has to resort to tactics like cowering behind force fields to escape the wrath of the deadly rose. Yep, that's how powerful Roserade is.

Breloom's Toxic Orb activates!

I still insist it was an act of cowardice.

Predicting a switch, I Leaf Storm.

John withdraws Breloom!
John sends out Bronzong! (Bronzong)
Roserade use Leaf Storm! (25%)
Roserade's Special Attack harshly falls!
Bronzong restores a little health using Leftovers!

The titanium robot shrugs off the whirlwind of leaves like McDonald's shrugging off reports of childhood obesity. Stupid metal thing, many a time has it stopped Roserade dead in her tracks from sweeping. Well, it shall be fixed!

Roserade uses Sleep Powder!
Bronzong falls asleep!
Bronzong is fast asleep!
Bronzong restores a little health using Leftovers!

The metal monstrosity crashed to the ground in a deep slumber. It was now at the hands of the feral flower that is Roserade.

John withdraws Bronzong!
John sends out Garchomp! (Garchomp)
Roserade uses Leech Seed!
Garchomp is seeded!
Garchomp's health is sapped by Leech Seed!

The next blow was taken by the mighty Garchomp, a creature who looks like the child of an airplane and a Sharpedo. I know not to try my luck with the landshark, especially with a weakened Roserade.

Roserade, return!
Go Cresselia! (CRESSELIA)
Garchomp uses Outrage! (48%)
Garchomp's health is sapped by Leech Seed!
Cresselia restores a little health using Leftovers!

Cresselia is THE best Garchomp counter, especially when that Garchomp is locked into Outrage. However, this one isn't exactly as fearful as it should be...because it has no damaging attacks.

Garchomp uses Outrage! (36%)
Cresselia uses Reflect!
Garchomp's health is sapped by Leech Seed!
Garchomp becomes confused!
Cresselia recovers a little health using Leftovers!

John withdraws Garchomp!
John sends out Vaporeon! (Vaporeon)
Cresselia uses Thunder Wave!
Vaporeon becomes paralyzed!

I thunderwave, predicting a switch, and I am not disappointed! Vaporeon doesn't seem too bothered by this, though. After all, the aquatic dog was already slow to begin with. In Pokemon and in real life, the ducks are usually hassled by the dogs, especially if the dogs can swim. That being said, I switch, predicting Surf or Wish.

Cresselia, return!
Go, Roserade!

Yes, in real life, dogs mostly shit on flowers, but this won't be the case here! This dog doesn't seem to have any bowel problems, as it merely opens its mouth and Yawns. Roserade becomes a bit drowsy, but it should be fine.

Roserade uses Sludge Bomb! (35%)
Vaporeon is fully paralyzed! It cannot attack!
Roserade falls asleep!
Vaporeon recovers a little HP with Leftovers!

I predicted a switch to Breloom, after all, why would he leave a Vaporeon in against a 349 SpA STABbed Leaf Storm? Oh well, I better get packing before that dog mistakes Roserade for a hydrant.

Go, Starmie! (STARMIE)
Vaporeon uses Wish!

He didn't seem to be carrying Ice Beam. Either that or he predicted the switch.

Reflect wears off!
Vaporeon recovers a little HP with Leftovers!

I was in trouble now that Reflect wore off. I knew that the Wish was meant for Garchomp, whose health had been torn apart by the seeds of my vicious flower. I, myself, was torn apart over whether Vaporeon would stay in. Bauer might be predicting an Ice Beam. He might go through with the switch, thinking that I'd think Thunderbolt Vaporeon. Seeing as I don't actually HAVE Ice Beam on Starmie...

John withdraws Vaporeon!
John sends out Garchomp!
Starmie use Thunderbolt!
It doesn't affect Garchomp!
Vaporeon's wish came true!
Garchomp regains health!

Garchomp is back to 100%, and I'm not in the best position. I just tipped my hand; bauer should be pretty sure I don't have Ice Beam now. Cresselia has about 65% - 70% health, and I'm pretty sure Outrage will down her in two hits. I recall the starfish and send out my scorpion.

Go, Gliscor! (Erebus)
Garchomp uses Outrage! (37%)
Gliscor recovers a little health using Leftovers!

Gliscor has awesome looks and is excellent at taking hits, but he's not exactly a favorite of mine to use in battle. However, certain species of giant hercules beetles rampage through my team without him.

Garchomp uses Outrage! (38%)
Gliscor uses Roost! (75%)
Garchomp is confused!
Gliscor recovers a little health using Leftovers!

He's definitely gonna switch out now...

Garchomp is confused
Garchomp uses Outrage! (45%)
Gliscor uses Stealth Rock!
Gliscor recovers a little health using Leftovers!

...or not. Gliscor can't really do anything and it doesn't look like he can take a hit at the moment, so I switch to Cresselia, hoping she survives.

Garchomp is confused!
Garchomp hurts itself in confusion!
Cresselia recovers a little health with Leftovers!

Lucky hax #1.

Garchomp is confused!
It hurt itself in confusion!
Cresselia uses Reflect!
Cresselia recovers a little health with Leftovers.

And number two. Bauer didn't like this, so he retreated his landshark for the bouncing beast Breloom.

John sends out Breloom!
Pointed stones dig into Breloom!
Cresselia uses Thunderwave!
But it fails!
Breloom recovers a little HP with Poison Heal!
Cresselia recovers a little HP with Leftovers!

He correctly predicted the incoming Thunderwave and forced me to tip my hand. Now he knows (or will know when I don't attack Breloom) that Cresselia does not have Ice Beam. Yes, it's a bit stupid not to carry Ice Beam, but you can't really kill anything who isn't 4x weak to ice with an Impish Cresselia who has a 7 SpAtk IV. One of these days I'll fix my team and teach it Ice Beam to prevent Garchomp and Tropius from tearing me apart.

Cresselia, return!
Go, Gliscor!
Breloom uses Spore!
Gliscor falls asleep!
Gliscor recovers using Leftovers.

That kangaroo shakes his head and covers Gliscor with a cloud of powder. As he slowly sinks to the ground, I recall him and send out Roserade.

Breloom uses Seed Bomb! (5%)

Roserade has to be the best counter to Breloom. It has Natural Cure, is immune to Leech Seed, and resists both of Breloom's STAB moves and Thunderpunch to boot. Who else can brag about that? I suspected he'd switch out, but I didn't know to whom. So, I fired off a risk-free Leaf Storm, which was bound to deal damage to something.

Breloom uses Protect!
Roserade uses Leaf Storm!
Breloom protects itself!
Reflect wears off!

Breloom shrinks in terror from the rose behind his little shield yet again. Right now the best thing for me to do would be to Sludge Bomb. Bauer might anticipate another Leaf Storm and decide to stay in just to weaken me. I don't think he wants to risk bringing in Bronzong anyways, to let me fire off a Leech Seed.

John withdraws Breloom!
John sends out Salamence! (Salamence)
Pointed stones dig into Salamence!
Roserade's attack is cut by Foe Salamence's intimidate!
Roserade uses Sludge Bomb! (60%)

The great dragon eyes Roserade with disdain, only to be struck by a giant heap of sludge.

Roserade uses Sludge Bomb! (15%)
Salamence faints!

Just like many others of his kind, Salamence underestimates the awesome power of the rose and falls prey to her.

Score: 6 - 5 me

John sends out Bronzong!
Pointed stones dig into Bronzong!

Roserade flexes her...uh...stem? vines? leaves? branches? Whatever. Anyway, she fires off a few seeds at the still-sleeping Bronzong.

Bronzong's health is sapped by Leech Seed.

Roserade's job is done here. The slumbering Bronzong won't be able to do anything to my next Pokemon.

Roserade, return!
Go, Heatran! (Electra)
Bronzong is fast asleep!
Bronzong recovers with Leftovers.
Bronzong's health is sapped by Leech Seed.

Heatran enters the battle! This particular Heatran has very nice IVs, can be cloned, and is currently available for trade. PM me for more details. [/shameless plug] That being said, I'm predicting a switch to Garchomp or Vaporeon.

John withdraws Bronzong!
John sends out Gyarados! (Gyarados)
Pointed stones dig into Gyarados!
Gyarados's Intimidate cuts Heatran's attack!
Heatran uses Dragon Pulse! (50%)
Heatran takes damage from Life Orb!
Gyarados recovers a little health with Leftovers!

The tyrant of the sea comes out to terrorize the fiery...what exactly is Heatran anyway? Serioulsy, I can imagine it disguising itself as a toilet lid with a giant fucking piece of crap stuck to it.

Heatran, return!
Go, Starmie!
Gyarados uses Waterfall! (20%)
Gyarados recovers a little health with Leftovers.
Starmie recovers a little health with Leftovers.

I believe this is the final member of Bauer's team. No Electivire then? Excellent.

Starmie uses Thunderbolt! (45%)
Gyarados faints!
Starmie recovers a little health with Leftovers.

Score: 6 - 4 me

He apparently predicted that I'd predict him switching to Garchomp like he did with Vaporeon.

John sends out Garchomp!
Garchomp is hurt by Stealth Rock!

Okay, I have nothing that can safely switch in on Garchomp, so I'll have to sacrifice. Gliscor is the most useless as of now, so I get him out.

Starmie, return!
Go, Gliscor!
Garchomp uses Outrage! (45%)
Gliscor recovers a little health with Leftovers!

Garchomp uses Outrage! (3%)
Gliscor faints!

Score: 5 - 4 me

Go Staraptor! (Zephyrus)
Staraptor's intimidate lowers Garchomp's attack!

The final member of my team is revealed! Staraptor + Heatran + Roserade is an awesome combination. They all cover each other's weaknesses. The crazy thing is that I've only seen one Heatran on wifi and none of the other two.

Switch to Cresselia
Garchomp uses Outrage! (24%)
Garchomp is confused!
Cresselia recovers a little health using Leftovers.

John withdraws Garchomp!
John sends out Breloom!
Pointed stones dig into Breloom!
Cresselia uses Reflect!
Breloom recovers a little health with Poison Heal.
Cresselia recovers a little health using Leftovers.

Predicting Spore, I switch to Starmie.

Breloom uses Spore!
Starmie falls asleep!
Starmie recovers a little health with Leftovers.

And then I switch to Roserade, the best Breloom counter ever.

Breloom uses Spore!
Roserade falls asleep!

Huh, what? Okay, well, that was kind of a given that I'd switch out.

Roserade is fast asleep.
Breloom uses Spore!
Roserade is already asleep!

My plan is to go through a series of switches until I get Roserade awake and out against Breloom.

Roserade, return!
Go Starmie!
Breloom uses Mach Punch! (2%)
Your team's Reflect wears off!
Starmie recovers a little health with Leftovers.

Starmie, return!
Go, Roserade!
Breloom uses Protect!
But it failed!

The ideal position has arisen. I don't know what he was protecting for, personally I'd have Spored or Seed Bombed.

Breloom uses Protect!
Roserade uses Sludge Bomb!
Breloom protects itself!

John withdraws Breloom!
John sends out Bronzong!
Pointed stones dig into Bronzong!
Roserade uses Sludge Bomb!
It doesn't affect Bronzong...
Bronzong recovers a little health with Leftovers.

I should've seen that coming., but it doesn't really matter as I get a free seed anyway.

Roserade uses Leech Seed!
Bronzong was seeded!
Bronzong is fast asleep!

Forcing a switch, hopefully.

Roserade, return!
Go, Heatran!
Bronzong wakes up...

Heh, what could he possibly do to Heatran? Gyro Ball is not only quad-resisted, but Heatran isn't exactly fast, either.

Hypnosis isn't exactly too good for me, but it's not going to kill me.

...and uses Explosion!

HAHAHAHA...

A critical hit! (95%)

@#%##$%

Heatran faints!
Bronzong faints!

4 - 3 me

Go, Roserade!
John sends out Vaporeon!
Pointed stones dig into Vaporeon!
Roserade uses Leaf Storm! (60%)
Roserade's Special Attack harshly falls!
Vaporeon faints!

4 - 2 me

No more Bronzong now, the wrath of Roserade is inescapable!

Garchomp is sent out!
Garchomp is hurt by Stealth Rock!

The landshark bares his teeth and seems to grin. Nobody on my team resists Outrage. I definitely don't want to sacrifice the star of my team since Breloom pretty much has a field day then. Cresselia's useless so far, so I think I'll kill her off.

Roserade, return!
Go, Cresselia!
Garchomp uses outrage! (45%)
Cresselia recovers a little HP with leftovers!

Garchomp uses Outrage! (38%)
Cresselia faints!

3 - 2 me

Go Staraptor!
Staraptor's intimidate cuts Garchomp's attack!
Garchomp uses Outrage! (90%)
Staraptor uses Brave Bird! (60%)
Garchomp faints!
Staraptor takes recoil! (10%)
Staraptor faints!

2 - 1 me

The mighty landshark is crushed by the vicious raptor. Both combatants disappear in flashes of red light, and I smile, knowing that my precious rose has nothing that can restrain it.

Go, Roserade!
John sends out Breloom!

As Roserade prepares to deliver the finishing blow...

John Fled!

It is completely up to you on how your Warstory runs. It doesn't have to be 100% full detailed, but all that matters if you're sharing a battle with the members.


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Re: Introduction to Pokemon Warstories

Post by Guest on Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:41 pm

I'm glad you made this but I wish someone would've made it sooner but it still helps me understand what a warstory is completly, thank you.

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