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Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

NEWS UPDATE 12/27/15
It's been a troubling three months following the senseless deaths of 105 people caused by a malicious 12 year old trainer and his Pokémon. Concerned parties and academics across the world seek the attention of Governments worldwide for new legislation regarding Pokémon trainer licensing and punishment towards those who would use Pokémon to commit crime.

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NEWS UPDATE 02/14/16
Following the global outcry, the International Pokémon League Licensing Organisation has enacted a worldwide increase to the minimum age of Trainer Licensing to fifteen years, effective within the next quarter. Other countries have the option to increase the minimum age requirement further, with a growing trend of setting the minimum age to eighteen years for most countries. Those licensed trainers who fall below their country's new minimum age requirement will need to attend their local police department over the next three months to surrender their Pokémon for transfer into a digital storage box until they are old enough reacquire a Trainer License.

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NEWS UPDATE 05/23/16
Hostilities continue across the globe, as Pokémon are removed from underage trainers by police after failing to meet the deadline for the voluntary surrender of their illegally owned Pokémon. In many instances, police have met violent resistance from trainers, as well as a number of groups that have sprung up in the wake of the licensing changes, some of whom have used Pokémon to assault police.

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NEWS UPDATE 05/27/16
Rioting has broken out in major cities as police and military personal attempt to quell the destructive actions of Pokémon trainers, young and old alike, who refuse to abide by the new Trainer laws passed earlier this year.

To make matters worse, the unexplained pulses that causes digital Pokemon storage to fail continue to appear in communities around the world. These pulses cause Pokémon to be ejected from PokéBalls and PokéBoxes alike, before damaging those devices in a way which has prevented any attempts of repair or reuse. At this point no one has claimed responsibility for these pulses, whilst their frequency and area of effect only seems to grow every twelve hours.

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Your head is throbbing as you awaken, everything is dark for a moment before piercingly bright lights switch on somewhere above you. You're on your back, a mask over to lower half of your face and held against a cold surface at your wrists and ankles, turning your head you see others around you in the same position, wearing matching black masks fed by tubes leading out of view.

*WELCOME* a voice booms in your head, causing you to strain against the restrains in surprise, *YOU HAVE BEEN BROUGHT TO ME BECAUSE HUMANITY HAS BEEN FOUND WANTING, AGAIN YOU HAVE PROVEN YOURSELVES UNWORTHY OF EXISTENCE* the internalized voice continues.

*BUT I AM NOT WITHOUT MERCY, YOUR LIVES SHALL CONTINUE, IN A NEW FORM OF YOUR FONDEST DESIRES CHOOSING* the voice explains, *NOW LET YOUR REBIRTH BEGIN*

The mask starts pumping a gas so thick you can almost feel it pushing down your throat, and within minutes your body is aflame with pain, your ears fill with the sounds of popping and cracking bones and the screams of your fellow captives, before unconsciousness claims you again.



POKEMON TABLETOP UNITED
AN UNNATURAL CONCLUSION



CHARACTER CREATION


STEP ONE
Choose Any Non-Legendary, Non-Swarm* Pokémon; you are transformed into an athromorphic human-Pokémon hybrid version of your choice, referred to from this point on as a PokéMutant, without the ability to evolve.

A PokéMutant's form does not effect their Combat Stats, so being a third-stage Pokémon or a baby Pokémon won't change how comparatively powerful you all are.

*The Swarm Pokémon restriction does not include those with multiple heads who share a single body (Exeggutor, Girafarig or Combee, etc); only those which are separate Pokemon huddled together, such as Exeggcute, Dugtrio and Magneton.


STEP TWO
Go through all character creation steps as normal, but BEWARE your new Master does not appreciate skills or abilities tied to the use of PokéBalls; and you'll additionally gain all 1st level Moves from the Move List of that Pokémon's earliest form/stage.

Over the course of play, a PokéMutant may ultimately know up to 12 Moves, up to 6 Moves from their Pokémon list and up to 6* Moves from Class features; and PokéMutant's can gain any Normal Type or any other Moves that match their Type from Classes.

*Pokemon that do not learn 6 different Moves (such as Ditto or Unown), may take additional Moves from Class features to a total of 12 Moves.


STEP THREE
Choose one of that Pokémon's Basic Abilities and additionally gain one of the following (using a Mudkip PokéMutant as our example):
a) a second Basic Ability (so they'd have both Damp and Dry Skin)
b) a capability (so they'd gain Gilled, Fountain, Naturewalk [Wetlands] or Underdog)
c) +4 points of Movement types, up to their PokéMutant form's maximum (so they could raise their Swim to 6 and/or their Burrow to 2)

With regards to Pokémon who can learn HM and other utility Moves like Strength, Cut, Rock Smash, etc, PokéMutants still need those specifically to push boulders, cut bushes and smash weak rocks, but only need Fly or Surf if they intend to carry others whilst respectively flying or swimming; however PokéMutants cannot utilise the Phasing/Intangible capability and are tethered to the physical plane at all times.


STEP FOUR
Pick one to three companion Pokémon, who's combined base stat totals (BST) of their final (non-Mega) evolutions do not exceed 750 (Final Evolution Reference), these choices must then share five character levels between them.

Example Teams:
- Slakoth (Slaking 670 BST) at level 5
- Castform (420 BST) at level 3 and Delibird (330 BST) at level 2
- Ditto (288 BST) at level 2, Smeargle (250 BST) at level 2 and Wishiwashi (175 BST) at level 1
Links:
Character Thread
OOC Thread
Story Thread [Incoming]
Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

« Last Edit: January 13, 2017, 01:27:53 AM by LSWSjr »

Offline Matthew

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2016, 05:56:33 AM »
Ooh... I've wanted to try PTU before, and I'm more then a bit of pokemorph fan (transformation fan in general, really, but yeah...). I am a bit curious about some details of this, though... Without hopefully asking you to reveal any secrets, what kind of situation will characters in this game find themselves in - in particular, I'm curious about the 'new master'...

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2016, 06:34:45 AM »
The characters will start post-transformation and will be used as footsoldiers to capture more humans for their own transformations, as your Master believes it's the only way Pokemon will no longer be exploited.  Whether you go along with this plan or not will be up for you to decide as a group and I'm open to progress the game to suit the group's decisions.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr
« Last Edit: December 04, 2016, 06:40:06 AM by LSWSjr »

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2016, 12:19:33 PM »
*Gets excited cause he spots this getting restarted....sees the no ghost rule*



NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

I had such ideas for alolan marowak, mimikyu or mismagius. ;-;
« Last Edit: December 04, 2016, 12:21:26 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline wander

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #4 on: December 04, 2016, 03:37:57 PM »
It's probably because Ghost types don't particular work well when fighting Normal types.

I'm keeping an eye on this one, seeing what ideas come up and how they look first.

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #5 on: December 04, 2016, 03:48:36 PM »
It's probably because Ghost types don't particular work well when fighting Normal types.

I'm keeping an eye on this one, seeing what ideas come up and how they look first.

...But...my sexy poke-witch!...;-;
« Last Edit: December 04, 2016, 04:01:29 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #6 on: December 04, 2016, 05:00:13 PM »
Hard to believe it's been two years since this was last being worked on, good to have you back Drowdeviant :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #7 on: December 04, 2016, 05:14:39 PM »
Hard to believe it's been two years since this was last being worked on, good to have you back Drowdeviant :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

I'm staking tentative interest Rowan. School is almost in finals weeks. :P

Why must you prevent me from playing the spooky pokes? xD

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #8 on: December 04, 2016, 05:23:44 PM »
Because the technology is based on the physical, rather than the ethereal/metaphysical, it would also result in the rejection of a Porygon anthro if that was suggested.

Granted there are some partially/completely tangible Ghost types, but by outlawing all of them we don't get the situation of someone being allowed to play a Cofagrigus character and another being denied a Misdreavus character :(

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr
« Last Edit: December 04, 2016, 06:36:48 PM by LSWSjr »

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #9 on: December 04, 2016, 05:53:01 PM »
Because the technology is based on the physical, rather than the ethereal/metaphysical, it would also result in the rejection of a Porygon anthro if that was suggested.

Granted their are some partially/completely tangible Ghost types, but by outlawing all of them we don't get the situation of someone being allowed to play a Cofagrigus character and another being denied a Misdreavus character :(

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

*sighes*

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #10 on: December 04, 2016, 06:44:03 PM »
I could allow ethereal/digital Pokémon, if they were stuck in the physical realm, most likely because their buried humanity has tethered them to life.

Would you be comfortable with that?

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #11 on: December 04, 2016, 06:54:11 PM »
I could allow ethereal/digital Pokémon, if they were stuck in the physical realm, most likely because their buried humanity has tethered them to life.

Would you be comfortable with that?

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

So they would lose the phase capacity?

I'm not looking to force you to accommodate me Rowan. I'm being a bit stubborn admitedably.... :P
« Last Edit: December 04, 2016, 07:04:34 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #12 on: December 04, 2016, 07:05:04 PM »
So they would lose the phase capacity?
Exactamundo :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Matthew

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #13 on: December 04, 2016, 07:49:10 PM »
I'm going to register my definite interest, this just sounds too fun... Put me down for a furret (not the most exciting/powerful species, I know, but cute - and I *may* already have a reference image in mind >>)

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #14 on: December 04, 2016, 08:23:28 PM »
Exactamundo :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Fair enough. ;)

Would we be limited to the movment capacities of our choosen mon form? I ask cause ghosts tend to be kinda slow without their levitation. xD

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #15 on: December 04, 2016, 08:48:12 PM »
I've never realized PTU was a thing... Makes me wonder what other small games I've missed. :(

I'll have to go through the book but tentatively tossing out the idea of an Abra or one of the feline types.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #16 on: December 04, 2016, 09:28:50 PM »
Would we be limited to the movment capacities of our choosen mon form? I ask cause ghosts tend to be kinda slow without their levitation. xD
We're only getting rid of Phasing/Intangible; any flying, floating and levitating abilities are something entirely separate and thus remain.

The big problem with Phasing/Intangible and similar talents is that the character is able to ignore huge sections of the adventure, "Let's not worry about all of us going into that dangerous location, I'll just phase through the walls, locate the objective and sneak it back to the entrance" for example, is a suggestion that's ruined many a GM's plans and has lead to every location having anti-magic barriers and similar to prevent such exploits.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #17 on: December 04, 2016, 09:32:38 PM »
We're only getting rid of Phasing/Intangible; any flying, floating and levitating abilities are something entirely separate and thus remain.

The big problem with Phasing/Intangible and similar talents is that the character is able to ignore huge sections of the adventure, "Let's not worry about all of us going into that dangerous location, I'll just phase through the walls, locate the objective and sneak it back to the entrance" for example, is a suggestion that's ruined many a GM's plans and has lead to every location having anti-magic barriers and similar to prevent such exploits.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

I'm asking because if we have to be on the ground my gal will be the slowest of the bunch. xD

I thought so. Honestly the biggest pro ghosts get is dead silent, which allows them to not make a single sound when moving or breathing. xD

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #18 on: December 08, 2016, 03:51:16 PM »
Hmmm... Do I want another game right now?

While I'm mulling this over, are you using 1.04 or 1.05 rules? Because in 1.05, they got rid of the three base attributes.

Also, while obviously containing violence and grittiness, what is your policy on interactions between the characters? Is this going to be a non-adult game?
« Last Edit: December 08, 2016, 04:00:29 PM by That One Dingus »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #19 on: December 08, 2016, 11:41:03 PM »
While I'm mulling this over, are you using 1.04 or 1.05 rules? Because in 1.05, they got rid of the three base attributes.
I had planned to run this with version 1.04 the first time around and haven't played/run 1.05 yet... which do you think works better?

Also, while obviously containing violence and grittiness, what is your policy on interactions between the characters? Is this going to be a non-adult game?
This will be played under the Bondage category, unless there's overwhelming demand for a harder category.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2016, 11:02:03 AM »
I had planned to run this with version 1.04 the first time around and haven't played/run 1.05 yet... which do you think works better?
I've tried both and I honestly prefer 1.05. It seemed like they removed some unnecessary excess mechanics from the game and tried to simplify some things, which would be good for a group game like this.

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #21 on: December 09, 2016, 07:09:10 PM »
Huh. So I'd grabbed the wrong version off the site. Haven't made it through the 1.04 book yet but it does seem most of the changes are in the trainer part. The stats and possibly some other things. But from what little peering I did at the pokedex book it doesn't seem like they change much if any at least.

Does bring up some questions though. Are the expansion books going to be used? The 1.05 main book at the least constantly refers to the various other books for expanded options and such.

And while I realize it does seem like you're wanting player choice for the exact direction is there anything in particular you feel should be ignored or looked closely at class/edge/feature wise? I do know you stated the main "Boss" or whatever the guy/girl/thing is going to be very much dislikes taking the pokeball line of abilities for instance.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #22 on: December 09, 2016, 08:46:10 PM »
Does bring up some questions though. Are the expansion books going to be used? The 1.05 main book at the least constantly refers to the various other books for expanded options and such.

And while I realize it does seem like you're wanting player choice for the exact direction is there anything in particular you feel should be ignored or looked closely at class/edge/feature wise? I do know you stated the main "Boss" or whatever the guy/girl/thing is going to be very much dislikes taking the pokeball line of abilities for instance.
I've never been opposed to using the expansions:
-Blessed and the Damned mostly deals with Legendaries, which won't be a serious factor in this campaign
-Game of Throhs could get some serious usage as the combat is more PC focused, though granted ours is a near-future setting so some of the stuff may be hard to get and I'm not too sure about having Arcanists (though I guess they're fine)
-Do Porygon Dream of Mareep? stuff could be used, it is a near-future setting after all, but it might require some approval on a case by case basis

Another reason for pokeball abilities to be avoided, from a metagame perspective, is that in this campaign such technology has become relatively unstable and I don't want folk investing in something that might constantly fail them.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online JoanieSappho

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #23 on: December 10, 2016, 11:21:56 PM »
Oh yes, definitely interested.
They haven't updated to cover gen 7 yet, though, so sadly no Tsareena for me. I'll have to look for something else to be. But I'm definitely up for this.

OH. I know exactly what. Older, mature motherly woman ending up as a Miltank.
Hopefully, Milk Drink will be of use to everyone.  :P
« Last Edit: December 10, 2016, 11:30:45 PM by JoanieSappho »

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #24 on: December 10, 2016, 11:50:59 PM »
Oh yes, definitely interested.
They haven't updated to cover gen 7 yet, though, so sadly no Tsareena for me. I'll have to look for something else to be. But I'm definitely up for this.

OH. I know exactly what. Older, mature motherly woman ending up as a Miltank.
Hopefully, Milk Drink will be of use to everyone.  :P
*slides Joanie
this picture
to help make the milfy miltank* :3

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #25 on: December 11, 2016, 03:37:53 AM »
*slides Joanie
this picture
to help make the milfy miltank* :3
Wasn't that the one Yugishogun used in this game's previous incarnation? ;)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline ThisOneGal

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #26 on: December 11, 2016, 04:04:21 AM »
I don't know anything about the system, but mark me down as tentatively interested in playing a MissingNo girl. :P

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #27 on: December 11, 2016, 04:20:42 AM »
I don't know anything about the system, but mark me down as tentatively interested in playing a MissingNo girl. :P
G'Damn why didn't I think of that :D



Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #28 on: December 11, 2016, 08:16:24 AM »
Wasn't that the one Yugishogun used in this game's previous incarnation? ;)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Shh. It's the only good miltank image I remember there being when searching for one. ;)

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #29 on: December 12, 2016, 04:41:26 AM »
http://rule34.paheal.net has some very tasty Miltank art ;)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online JoanieSappho

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #30 on: December 12, 2016, 08:35:50 AM »
A little bit sketchy, I know, but I'm thinking this picture.

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Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #31 on: December 12, 2016, 11:11:31 AM »
Okay, I think I've got it figured out. I've decided to play as a Pangoro.
Possibly NSFW
'
Starting Basic Ability will be Mold Breaker.

A couple more questions before I settle on a build:
  • When you say Background, do you mean a Trainer Background or a Pokemon Background?
  • Are we making backstories for the characters before their change, or does everyone have amnesia and not remember their lives before becoming PokeMutuants?
« Last Edit: December 12, 2016, 05:51:37 PM by That One Dingus »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #32 on: December 12, 2016, 06:25:45 PM »
A little bit sketchy, I know, but I'm thinking this picture.

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Love it, though I'm surprised you're not going with one of the many avian Pokémon ;)

A couple more questions before I settle on a build:
  • When you say Background, do you mean a Trainer Background or a Pokemon Background?
  • Are we making backstories for the characters before their change, or does everyone have amnesia and not remember their lives before becoming PokeMutuants?
Great picture, not sure if bulges constitute NSFW... anywho on to your questions:
  • they'll have a Trainer Background
  • the characters should be able to remember their pasts and thus have a background write up; but if you want to play an amnesiac and have that play into their character arc I'm more than happy to accommodate it :)

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #33 on: December 12, 2016, 07:00:31 PM »
1.04 edition right?  To make sure I downloaded the right one this time. :)


Okay, where the hell do you all get such good pics?  Been looking off and on for Abra stuff and they all look like poorly done shops. O.O

Been rethinking the Abra choice anyways... So question! What are the tentative plans of the rest of you?

Like... Is that big Pangoro going frontline combat/martial artist/support?

Wouldn't do after all to be very heavy in support and no actual combat/whatever is needed... Hmmm.

Tentatively we're supposed to take out tamers and drag them in for the "master" to change right?

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #34 on: December 12, 2016, 07:07:05 PM »
1.04 edition right?  To make sure I downloaded the right one this time. :)
Wait Hexed, I've been reading 1.05 and we'll be running with this system as it does flow a lot better :)


Okay, where the hell do you all get such good pics?  Been looking off and on for Abra stuff and they all look like poorly done shops. O.O
http://rule34.paheal.net/ is my God now!!!


Tentatively we're supposed to take out tamers and drag them in for the "master" to change right?
That's the plan, unless you choose to rebel ;D

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #35 on: December 12, 2016, 07:07:35 PM »
1.04 edition right?  To make sure I downloaded the right one this time. :)


Okay, where the hell do you all get such good pics?  Been looking off and on for Abra stuff and they all look like poorly done shops. O.O

Been rethinking the Abra choice anyways... So question! What are the tentative plans of the rest of you?

Like... Is that big Pangoro going frontline combat/martial artist/support?

Wouldn't do after all to be very heavy in support and no actual combat/whatever is needed... Hmmm.

Tentatively we're supposed to take out tamers and drag them in for the "master" to change right?

Mismagius. Though I'm wondering if we're gonna locked into the overland speed of the mon we're morphed into or if it's based on stats like trainers. Funny enough Mismagius appears to be a fairly decent swimmer at a capacity rating of 3. xD

Rowan does the ban on phasing and intangibility for ghosts extend to the invisibility capacity? I ask because with Mismagius's set up ability wise she could make a very good cat burglar type. She'd be something like Cat Woman I'm imagine. ;)
« Last Edit: December 12, 2016, 07:10:21 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #36 on: December 12, 2016, 07:11:24 PM »
Rowan does the ban on phasing and intangibility extend to the invisibility capacity?
Nope, invisibility, levitation and dead silent are still all fine for Ghosts.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #37 on: December 12, 2016, 07:18:43 PM »
Nope, invisibility, levitation and dead silent are still all fine for Ghosts.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

...This pleases me. She shall be our resident flirty kleptomaniac then. >:)

Yo Jo what say your Pangoro and my Mismagius team up and steal shit together? ...Actually make that one that is interested. :3
« Last Edit: December 12, 2016, 07:20:30 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #38 on: December 12, 2016, 07:19:36 PM »
Wait Hexed, I've been reading 1.05 and we'll be running with this system as it does flow a lot better :)

http://rule34.paheal.net/ is my God now!!!



Kayokay!

And that's one of the sites I have open to raid. :)

Just guess no one really likes the Abra. Probably 'cause they sleep so much.

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #39 on: December 12, 2016, 07:22:01 PM »

Kayokay!

And that's one of the sites I have open to raid. :)

Just guess no one really likes the Abra. Probably 'cause they sleep so much.

...Well not everyone. Though unfortunately my gal might play with your guy or gal's body while they're asleep. xD
« Last Edit: December 12, 2016, 07:26:21 PM by Drowdeviant »

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #40 on: December 12, 2016, 07:31:17 PM »
Great picture, not sure if bulges constitute NSFW...
I try to be on the safe side with pics. I always ask the question, "If my boss looks over my shoulder and sees this, would I get fired?"
the characters should be able to remember their pasts and thus have a background write up; but if you want to play an amnesiac and have that play into their character arc I'm more than happy to accommodate it :)
Oh, I have a backstory in mind. I just wanted to make sure before I go through the effort of typing it up.
Okay, where the hell do you all get such good pics?  Been looking off and on for Abra stuff and they all look like poorly done shops. O.O
e621.net is a good source (and doesn't bombard you with ads and browser cookies).
So question! What are the tentative plans of the rest of you?

Like... Is that big Pangoro going frontline combat/martial artist/support?

Wouldn't do after all to be very heavy in support and no actual combat/whatever is needed... Hmmm.
Yes, I will be going for a Roughneck/Martial Artist build. Debuffs, tanking, and hefty single-target damage.
Yo Jo what say your Pangoro and my Mismagius team up and steal shit together?
My guy used to be a gangster, but he doesn't do the random stealing thing. He would need to be... persuaded.

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #41 on: December 12, 2016, 07:36:53 PM »
My guy used to be a gangster, but he doesn't do the random stealing thing. He would need to be... persuaded.

...That can be arranged. After all my gal likely knows the power of her own sexuality enough that she isn't afraid to use it if it helps her get what she wants. :3

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #42 on: December 13, 2016, 05:20:51 AM »
...Well not everyone. Though unfortunately my gal might play with your guy or gal's body while they're asleep. xD

Probably gal as the males either seem
Drunk
or
NSFW Badly Shopped
Even more NSFW bad shops

Not that the females are much better.
NSFW Female 1
NSFW Female 2
NSFW Female 3
NSFW Female 4
NSFW Female 5

Does seem to drive home the point that many of the artists doing the drawings may not actually even play the Pokemon games. :)

So questions for those that know the system better then I and the GM!

1) Is it better to specialize in one class early on or to go more generalist and get the requirements for all your planned classes taken care of first?
2) With ball tech on the fritz do TM/HM's still work? And will they effect the PC's or are we just outta luck there?
3) With a total of 4 classes able to be selected is picking a class to nab only 1 or 2 edges Viable? Or should one take only classes they plan on digging deep into?

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #43 on: December 13, 2016, 12:40:48 PM »
1) Is it better to specialize in one class early on or to go more generalist and get the requirements for all your planned classes taken care of first?
3) With a total of 4 classes able to be selected is picking a class to nab only 1 or 2 edges Viable? Or should one take only classes they plan on digging deep into?
1) It is better to start with more than one class, but you do want to leave at least one slot open in case you decide that you need your character to adapt in a certain way. Specializing in one class is generally not a good idea to start. I made that mistake with another game where I went full Fortress, but other than being a damage sponge, my character wasn't that good at much else.
3) Since we are more limited in our Class choices (since the ones involving training and Pokeballs are no longer relevant), I would advise that you consider carefully which classes to take. Dipping into a Class just to gain one Feature might sting in the long run. Although as to how limited we are... LSWSjr, are the Elementalist classes allowed to us? Or are we blocked off from those as well due to our PokeMutant nature?

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #44 on: December 13, 2016, 04:47:06 PM »
1) It is better to start with more than one class, but you do want to leave at least one slot open in case you decide that you need your character to adapt in a certain way. Specializing in one class is generally not a good idea to start. I made that mistake with another game where I went full Fortress, but other than being a damage sponge, my character wasn't that good at much else.
3) Since we are more limited in our Class choices (since the ones involving training and Pokeballs are no longer relevant), I would advise that you consider carefully which classes to take. Dipping into a Class just to gain one Feature might sting in the long run. Although as to how limited we are... LSWSjr, are the Elementalist classes allowed to us? Or are we blocked off from those as well due to our PokeMutant nature?

I'll keep that in mind then. Thanks. As of now plan is Telek and Warp classes. With possibly Sage/Hex Maniac depending on how supporty the group is. Figured if nothing else something like Martial Artist would be a good combat class to sink into since it just uses the one skill. Maybe Arcanist or possibly marksman instead. I will admit though that giving an Abra PokeMutant a really active fighting style would be an amusing thought

That small dip class is hobbyist. The skills it needs probably would wind up useful. And the first  function it gives is a flat out three skill edges which would cover bases pretty well. The other options it has are very nice for meeting class requirements early. :)


Oh. Did remember more questions!

4) How are edges that require x number of x type pokemon in your party going to work? Just flat out unavailable?
           For some reason cannot remember what edges I saw that had those requirements. <.<  >.>
5) I may have just missed it in skill descrips but what skill/s would govern Breaking and Entering? The lockpicking/security disarm portions?

Offline ThisOneGal

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #45 on: December 13, 2016, 04:56:30 PM »
I gotta pull out of this one. ><
Still interested, but I don't have enough time to play. ><

Online JoanieSappho

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #46 on: December 13, 2016, 08:52:30 PM »
Oh, and question. Are we using the base 1.05 stuff, or 1.05 and the later playtests? Since they changed the medic stuff a bit, and Team Mom/ MILF/healer is what I'll be going for.

Online Drowdeviant

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« Reply #47 on: December 13, 2016, 09:29:55 PM »
Oh, and question. Are we using the base 1.05 stuff, or 1.05 and the later playtests? Since they changed the medic stuff a bit, and Team Mom/ MILF/healer is what I'll be going for.
*watches the team long range sniper/witch/seductress levitate the team mom off the ground and otherwise kidnap her*

I get the feeling our dear pangoro will likely be her bodyguard when in combat so she can help keep everyone on their feet. :3

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #48 on: December 13, 2016, 10:01:32 PM »
I get the feeling our dear pangoro will likely be her bodyguard when in combat so she can help keep everyone on their feet. :3
Oh, staying close to her most certainly won't be a problem for him.  ;)

Winks and nudges aside, he'll gravitate toward her naturally since she's the group's caretaker.

Online Drowdeviant

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« Reply #49 on: December 13, 2016, 10:20:54 PM »
Oh, staying close to her most certainly won't be a problem for him.  ;)

Winks and nudges aside, he'll gravitate toward her naturally since she's the group's caretaker.

...I'm sure my gal will be doing the same. She'll be providing fire/artillery support as well I imagine alongside Hex's kung-fu Abra (though to be honest in my mind any true male martial artist would Kabra or Alakazham so they have that sweet stache' action). xD

A good thing is that we have the option of going to the air if need be (since last time I checked we're gonna have two people with levitate)...granted we should look to get psychic so transporting our party's two resident ground walkers is a fair bit easier for all of us.

I'm seeing her sticking around mister tall, dark and fluffy though. His typing is likely to be fairly attractive to her (fighting type which makes her feel smug while dark type gives her a chill up her spine since he could very easily overpower her). Nothing stokes the fires of passion more at times than a little sense of danger. ;)
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Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #50 on: December 13, 2016, 10:37:27 PM »
...I'm sure my gal will be doing the same. She'll be providing fire/artillery support as well xD

A good thing is that we have the option of going to the air if need be (since last time I checked we're gonna have two people with levitate)...granted we should look to get psychic so transporting our party's two resident ground walkers is a fair bit easier for all of us.

I'm seeing her sticking around mister tall, dark and fluffy though. His typing is likely to be fairly attractive to her (fighting type which makes her feel smug while dark type gives her a chill up her spine since he could very easily overpower her). Nothing stokes the fires of passion more at times than a little sense of danger. ;)

I do hope when you say get psychic you mean a psychic and not trying to transport the group via the psychic move's push effect. :D

Completely against advice here probably going to work to getting Hobbyist, Telekinetic, Warper, Martial Artist/tumbler classes.

ex?-ganger, klepto, Mum type.
So the "boss" is trying to make his own thief team huh? :)


O.o  Oh! Really should have asked this a while back. I know Abra lore has them sleep tons but that's kinda... bad for interaction. Is it alright to have them really drowsy and wanting to catnap but not actually needing the whole 18+ hours of sleep?

Online Drowdeviant

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« Reply #51 on: December 13, 2016, 10:54:56 PM »
I do hope when you say get psychic you mean a psychic and not trying to transport the group via the psychic move's push effect. :D

Completely against advice here probably going to work to getting Hobbyist, Telekinetic, Warper, Martial Artist/tumbler classes.

ex?-ganger, klepto, Mum type.
So the "boss" is trying to make his own thief team huh? :)


O.o  Oh! Really should have asked this a while back. I know Abra lore has them sleep tons but that's kinda... bad for interaction. Is it alright to have them really drowsy and wanting to catnap but not actually needing the whole 18+ hours of sleep?
To my knowledge psychic gives you the TK capacity, meaning you can lift shit with telekinesis! We will be all peter pan up in this bitch if I have anything to say about it! >:3

I'm going hobbyist, telekinetic, researcher and likely leaving the last one blank until we get into things so I can see if there is any weaknesses I can help remedy (otherwise I might go non ghost elementalist if it's allowed)

My gal is a magpie...she likes nice and shiny things. ;)

Works for me. I could see my mismagius letting them use her boobs as a soft pillow if they need to take a little snooze...I imagine them being quite adorable and sweet in that case. Our little sleepy psychic boxer and his loving ghost witch sniper girlfriend. Sounds near diabetes inducing. >:)

...Wait I just had an idea, your abra can be our master/mistress of the drunken fist! Punching fools out while wanting so desperately for it to be nap time. :3
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Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #52 on: December 14, 2016, 09:50:48 PM »
LSWSjr, are the Elementalist classes allowed to us? Or are we blocked off from those as well due to our PokeMutant nature?
You're allowed the Elementalist class :)


Oh, and question. Are we using the base 1.05 stuff, or 1.05 and the later playtests? Since they changed the medic stuff a bit, and Team Mom/ MILF/healer is what I'll be going for.
Can you link me the threads for them and I'll get back to you.


O.o  Oh! Really should have asked this a while back. I know Abra lore has them sleep tons but that's kinda... bad for interaction. Is it alright to have them really drowsy and wanting to catnap but not actually needing the whole 18+ hours of sleep?
Your Pokemon side can have as much or as little influence on your behaviour as you desire, so you can skip out on this part of the lore.


Cheers
Rowan/LSWSkr

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #53 on: December 14, 2016, 10:07:03 PM »
How will you want us to handle character sheets? I assume that we are starting out at level 1.

Online JoanieSappho

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #54 on: December 14, 2016, 10:54:31 PM »
The main one was the September 2015 playtest, whose thread is here.
Mainly so I know what's going on with Medic.

Also also, Milftank's boobs are much nicer than ghost boobs! (I cab totally ee her getting a bit jealous and trying to get Abra onto her chest. Leading to the poor thing being trapped in marshmallow hell between her and the Mismagius.)  :P

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #55 on: December 14, 2016, 11:03:51 PM »
You might also want to look at the February 2016 Playtest packet, which is here. Notable changes include tweaking of Status effects and altering of Abilities.

Of course Milftank's boobs are great! Miss Magius is just a little sensitive about her appearance (she's worried that it's a bit gaunt) and needs some reassurance. Not like our resident boombastic bovine.

Online Drowdeviant

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #56 on: December 15, 2016, 09:47:35 AM »
Of course Milftank's boobs are great! Miss Magius is just a little sensitive about her appearance (she's worried that it's a bit gaunt) and needs some reassurance. Not like our resident boombastic bovine.

Lies! Lies and slander! xD

She likes how she looks. If someone doesn't like her not being as curvy as the Miltank that's their problem...also she might be hexing them at out jealousy as well as from feeling lonely and unloved. >:)

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #57 on: December 17, 2016, 07:08:07 PM »
Just noticed this had gone up again. If you're still recruiting I'd love to join. I think I still have my old sheet. I'll just update it depending on which version were using and whatever the character creation rules are.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #58 on: December 18, 2016, 09:03:00 PM »
My
dad's
just come out of surgery to remove the cancer on his kidney, so I'll be gone for a few more days, but as compensation please enjoy this new LeHane artwork :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline That One Dingus

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #59 on: December 19, 2016, 12:52:19 PM »
I hope everything goes okay.

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #60 on: December 20, 2016, 09:46:47 PM »
Very nice pic!


Even nicer to hear your dad's out of Surgery LSWsjr. Here's to a good recovery for him.

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #61 on: December 20, 2016, 10:12:54 PM »
Was unsure whether or not to say anything since I haven't been accepted yet but take your time. I hope the recovery goes well.

Offline thaumaturgeterashi

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #62 on: December 23, 2016, 03:35:40 AM »
Is this still open for players? Because I can definitely think of a Psychic-type I wouldn't mind playing with.  In more ways than one. ;)

Ex-trainer.

Wow, had a hard time finding something that looked at least somewhat human (other than just reproductive organs).  I can look for something that looks more mutaint later if asked, but it's late and I need sleep, so I'll drop this here for now.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #63 on: December 28, 2016, 01:48:01 AM »
Tentatively back on board, belated Happy Holidays to all :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #64 on: December 28, 2016, 01:59:43 AM »
Is this still open for players? Because I can definitely think of a Psychic-type I wouldn't mind playing with.  In more ways than one. ;)
Definitely happy to have you onboard.

Okay folks, (re)post your characters below and we should have this game running by the New Year :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #65 on: December 28, 2016, 03:02:14 AM »
Does this mean I'm accepted once again as well?

Edit: Second question. Will the characters be fighting alongside Pokemon at all or will it just be the party characters? I was thinking of having Hunter as one of the trainer classes for the character I had in mind but if they won't be fighting alongside Pokemon I'll simply use Dancer to replace that class for the character.
« Last Edit: December 28, 2016, 03:32:58 AM by Avalon29 »

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #66 on: December 28, 2016, 04:50:22 AM »
Does this mean I'm accepted once again as well?
We technically, everyone who submits a character is accepted, provided it follows the rules outlined in the OP.

Edit: Second question. Will the characters be fighting alongside Pokemon at all or will it just be the party characters? I was thinking of having Hunter as one of the trainer classes for the character I had in mind but if they won't be fighting alongside Pokemon I'll simply use Dancer to replace that class for the character.
Yes, you'll be working alongside and against Pokémon, so Hunter's a perfectly valid choice :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #67 on: December 28, 2016, 12:06:19 PM »
We technically, everyone who submits a character is accepted, provided it follows the rules outlined in the OP.

Yes, you'll be working alongside and against Pokémon, so Hunter's a perfectly valid choice :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Great!

I still have my character mostly planned out from last time. Hmm, but I need some opinions on something. I'm currently debating between Channeler/Tumbler/Survivalist/Hunter which I think fits a bit more with the character's background and would be more of a speedy skirmisher with a bit of support or Channeler/Tumbler/Survivalist/Dancer, which still fits well with the character's background but would develop into a nice mixture of skirmisher and front line support. What do you all think would fit better with the group?

Offline Hexed

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #68 on: December 28, 2016, 05:06:30 PM »
Happy Holidays! hope things went well for you LSWSjr.

How much do you want of the characters? Start of sheets or just a good concept?

If it's just concept. :D

Female (Rolled dice. If need males can switch.) abra morph, possibly Banette as I found an adorable pic.   Telekinesis and Warp classes for certain. Very high chance of going Hobbyist for the wide spread of stuff you can get through them. Depending on rest of the group I've been looking at one of the melee combat classes.

Martial-artist wanna be trainer who's first pokemon was a psychic type of all things. While traveling they attempted to keep up with their martial arts, mostly mimicking movie clips and using books as well as attempting to learn as much as possible about various occult things to keep up with their pokemon.



That does lead to another question. If they're ex-trainers what happened to their old teams?

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #69 on: December 28, 2016, 06:30:15 PM »
How much do you want of the characters? Start of sheets or just a good concept?
Concepts are good till we move over to a proper OOC thread :)

That does lead to another question. If they're ex-trainers what happened to their old teams?
That's for the player to determine, not everyone might've been a trainer; either way you'll start with a wild Pokémon companion of your choice, although there will be limits on how powerful they can be.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #70 on: December 28, 2016, 08:03:51 PM »
In that case as far as concept goes

Spoiler: Click to Show/Hide


Female Leafeon who is a channeler, tumbler, hunter or dancer still debating between them, and survivalist although I'll be holding off on taking it so I can see what kind of terrain we'll be dealing with.

As for the pokemon companion could you give some examples of what you would prefer? Around what level should they be? The usual starting level 5 or something else?

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #71 on: December 28, 2016, 10:28:25 PM »
As for the pokemon companion could you give some examples of what you would prefer? Around what level should they be? The usual starting level 5 or something else?

Basically any combination of one to three non-Legendary Pokémon who's base stat totals of their final evolution (ignoring Mega Evolutions), combine to 750 or less from this list:
http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_fully_evolved_Pok%C3%A9mon_by_base_stats

These Pokémon then share five levels between them.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr
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Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

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« Reply #72 on: December 28, 2016, 10:51:27 PM »
Increased the combined base stat total to 750 and I'm making some example teams for the OP :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #73 on: December 28, 2016, 11:16:41 PM »
Great, those examples help.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

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« Reply #74 on: December 28, 2016, 11:37:08 PM »
You could also take a school of four Wishiwashi :D

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online JoanieSappho

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« Reply #75 on: December 29, 2016, 06:19:24 AM »
You could also take a school of four Wishiwashi :D

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr
Oh, gen 7 stuff is on the table? I thought they hadn't covered those yet.

... probably will stay with milftank, though, even if sexy femdom Tsareena or cute little iceVulpix interests me, too.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #76 on: December 29, 2016, 09:45:11 PM »
Well it's in the works, if anyone's seriously interested we can easily translate them from their VG stats.

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Online JoanieSappho

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« Reply #77 on: December 30, 2016, 06:48:00 AM »
Eh, I really like the idea of letting my inner sadist out with a Tsareena, but at this point MILFtank fits the party best.

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #78 on: December 30, 2016, 01:17:12 PM »
Decided on channeler, tumbler, hunter and survivalist just works better for my concept for her. Now to decide between a Houndour, Sneasel, or an Amaura for the pokemon companion.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #79 on: January 01, 2017, 04:40:32 AM »
Happy New Years :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #80 on: January 01, 2017, 04:44:19 AM »
Thank you.

Happy New Years everybody.

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #81 on: January 01, 2017, 09:29:15 PM »
Question do characters get bonus stats from their species of choice and would they have any moves from their previous evolution. For example since mine is a leafeon, at level 5  would she have tackle, helping hand, growl, tail whip, and sand attack or would she only have sand attack?
« Last Edit: January 01, 2017, 09:30:51 PM by Avalon29 »

Offline Hexed

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« Reply #82 on: January 01, 2017, 09:39:22 PM »
Not quite sure about the full plans since LSWSjr evidently switched to version 1.05 due to liking how they cleaned it up. But the chosen race will have an effect on stat placement.

Don't remember hearing anything about moves though beyond only 6 moves from race and 6 moves from classes. :D

<.<  >.>

I'd originally been leaning ABRA so didn't see a point in paying much more attention to any move mention.

That said having an ally and no pokeballs is going to make things... interesting. :)

That said! Pic time. 

NSFW sadly. :(

Abra
Banette

Can't quite make up my mind myself. :(


Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #83 on: January 01, 2017, 11:04:12 PM »
They both look good. That said I'd say go with the abra if you're looking for opinions.

Offline Hexed

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« Reply #84 on: January 01, 2017, 11:35:14 PM »
^^

Psy heavy party in the making it seems.



hmm.Sneasel is dark/ice right? Or just dark with ice moves? Plus they have plenty of very interesting pics all depending on your taste. :)

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #85 on: January 02, 2017, 12:02:36 AM »
Well I'm going with Leafeon as my character, put a picture up of her earlier. I'm mainly trying to decide  on what to have as a companion. Houndoom eventually gets pack hunt, and Sneasel gets teamwork both of which the hunter uses as part of their abilities and this way I can have a companion with both teamwork and pack hunt since a hunter can give them the other ability they don't pick up.  As for Amaura/Aurorus well having a brontosaurus with ice powers as a companion is cool, no pun intended.

Offline Vreski

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« Reply #86 on: January 02, 2017, 03:41:52 PM »
Hello, if you're still accepting characters, I would like to play a futa Charizard.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #87 on: January 03, 2017, 12:58:28 AM »
Hello, if you're still accepting characters, I would like to play a futa Charizard.
Acceptance is rolling till we actually start, so you're welcome to join :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #88 on: January 03, 2017, 01:10:22 AM »
Any chance we can get bonus stats and possible moves the characters know up soon? I have a sheet with all the stats stuffed mostly filled out and would love to put the finishing touches on it by adding the bonus stats for species and what moves she'll start out with.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

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« Reply #89 on: January 03, 2017, 07:11:57 AM »
Hoping to dive into the proper crunch of this campaign over the next few days, I'll let you know on stats ASAP :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #90 on: January 03, 2017, 01:15:03 PM »
Hoping to dive into the proper crunch of this campaign over the next few days, I'll let you know on stats ASAP :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Great, can't wait to get started! :)

Offline Vreski

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« Reply #91 on: January 04, 2017, 01:54:09 PM »
Acceptance is rolling till we actually start, so you're welcome to join :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Ok, I'll join. ;D For their background I was thinking of having them be a member of team rocket or some other similar criminal organization in the region before they were captured if that will work. Then for their class I'm thinking of having them be a rogue/martial artist/survivalist. Also here's a pic that I like the most from what I've been able to find so far:
Charizard

Online JoanieSappho

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« Reply #92 on: January 04, 2017, 02:29:53 PM »
I shall keep with the earlier picture, although I haven't gone into stats much yet.
Milftank shall, I think, actually have been starting to get into milf territory. Middle-aged housewife type, gave up training to settle down with her First True Love ... and has spent the last twenty or so years regretting that. Has a cute little Lopunny as her pokemon and he will probably end up getting even closer with his 'mother' after her change.
Medic and knowledge-based stuff is, I think, how I shall do her in terms of classes. Not so much of a battler these days, but she's been around longer and has picked stuff up.

Online Drowdeviant

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« Reply #93 on: January 05, 2017, 09:50:38 PM »
Sorry folks I'm pulling out of this one. :P

Y'all have fun now ya' hear. ;)

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

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« Reply #94 on: January 10, 2017, 12:28:35 AM »
OOC thread to be posted today, Character thread to follow and hopefully an IC thread soon after :)

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

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« Reply #95 on: January 10, 2017, 12:32:48 AM »
great. Glad to hear it.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

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« Reply #96 on: January 10, 2017, 02:28:57 AM »
Okay we now have both an OCC and Character thread, linked in the OP... also character creation has been simplified to reflect the changes in 1.05 :D

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #97 on: January 10, 2017, 02:39:27 AM »
Great! Now we just need the bonus stats for the various pokemon that have been selected and what possible moves they would know at the start.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #98 on: January 10, 2017, 02:45:40 AM »
The bonuses have now been restricted to additional movement types, although I'm still working on how they'll be balanced; and you start with all 1st level moves of their lowest form.

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #99 on: January 10, 2017, 02:51:57 AM »
And for those that don't have additional movement types? Do we get their capabilities instead or some other bonus?

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #100 on: January 10, 2017, 03:05:19 AM »
That's what I'm working on now... one of the things that killed the original game was the logistics and balance, which 1.05 has helped with, but I eventually came to the decision that your choice of Pokémon shouldn't play as big a role as it did with the character creation.

So now beyond aesthetics, you choice gives you:
-the Pokémon's energy type(s)
-access to the Move Lists of all their forms/stages, excluding regional/elemental variants (Alola forms, Eeveelutions)
-additional movement types or another bonus [pending]

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #101 on: January 10, 2017, 03:15:20 AM »
Since I have Leafeon, maybe you would allow her to have either both basic abilities or the tracker capability? I'll probably end up with nature walk from Survivalist later on so nature walk would be a little bit of a waste.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #102 on: January 10, 2017, 03:40:26 AM »
Hmm, so perhaps the choice of a basic ability or +5 to a movement type?

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #103 on: January 10, 2017, 03:48:41 AM »
+5 movement seems pretty big  when the biggest movement is 10 from what I've seen. An additional ability is already a possible poke edge to get so the getting start with either an additional ability or one of the pokemon's capabilities would work if missing an additional move type I think.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #104 on: January 10, 2017, 04:20:42 AM »
Sure, but need to nail down the movement increase though... +4 which can be split between multiple movement types (up to your Pokemon's maximum)?

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr

Offline Avalon29

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #105 on: January 10, 2017, 03:34:59 PM »
That sounds about right.

Offline LSWSjrTopic starter

Re: Pokémon Tabletop United - An Unnatural Conclusion - All Welcome, Furry
« Reply #106 on: January 25, 2017, 01:43:24 AM »
Giving this campaign a bump as a few of our players haven't come back following New Years :D

Cheers
Rowan/LSWSjr