02-12-2013, 02:22 AM
Join Date: Sep 2011
mintjelly vs Terminal Gym Leader paperfairy
TERMINAL GYM RULES
1] All Official Gym Battles will be held in Single Battle format, with each Trainer using three Pokémon each.
a] Before every battle, the Leader will present to the Challenger the three Pokémon party he or she will be using for the duration of the battle.
b] In response, the Challenger will present to the Leader the three Pokémon party he or she will be using for the duration of the battle.
c] Neither player's party may include more than one Pokémon that is not related to evolution.
2] Trainers will be disqualified if they go 72 hours without an action command.
3] No items are permitted.
The Leader will now choose his Pokémon to be used.
The Challenger will follow suit.
The Leader will choose his first Pokémon.
The Challenger will choose his first Pokémon, and his first action command.
The Leader will choose his action command.
guest@terminal_gym:/$ display arena
TERMINAL GYM ARENAThe Terminal Gym arena is a black room that is 17.80m long, 21.37m wide, and 21.37m tall (58.4 feet long, 70.11 feet wide, 70.11 feet tall). There is white marking the perimeter and center with the usual markings of a stadium. The white lines are backlit, providing enough light for Trainers and Pokémon to see clearly, but not enough to offset the black. Occasionally, a blue light will streak through the maze of white, not unlike the Sinnoh Champion's room. On opposite ends on the arena stand Trainer Boxes - one of them, adorned with "admin@terminal_gym" on the front, while other is labeled "guest@terminal_gym". The boxes stand raised about 10 feet off the ground, providing both Trainers with a clear view of the entire stadium. The four walls of the stadium are actually giant computer monitors, which display detailed statistics about the battle in question, much like the scoreboards seen at Pokémon Leagues.
While in the arena, all Pokémon will be judged during battle as if they had never evolved or trained. This includes Vitamins and other such modifiers. Despite having their stats reduced, Pokémon still retain their ability, type and movepool from their actual form. All attempts to use Signature Moves will fail and result in an appropriate energy deduction.
Last edited by paperfairy; 02-12-2013 at 02:43 AM.