Create your own gym

#1 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

What the title says.

choose or invent a region/city where it would be located

choose the theme/type of gym - choose the pokémon and choose a person to be the leader (it can be you if you want)

also, you can add more to the thread by explaining how the gym would look like and what "traps" and mechanisms it would have - what gym badge it would give, what it would look like etc....

if you create a new region or place where your gym is located you can also choose 3 starters that would be the official starters for new trainers to receive

#2 Edited by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

my own go at it:

the Pre-Historic Gym!!!

location - a previously desert island between the Sevii Isles and the Orange Archipelago

now, a small village exists, in which the Gym resides.

Gym Leader: Gaius Durante - specialist in Paleopokélogy (study of pre-historic pokémon) and Cryptopokélogy (study of unknown, undiscovered and probably mythical pokémon)

the gym is quite simple - it's located behind the Museum that is still in construction on the island. It's a beach with several palm trees and rocks mark the lines of the battle area. the sea waves almost, almost, touch the arena.

His team up:

First time you fight him -

-Cradily

-Aerodactyl

-Armaldo

-Mamoswine

-Relicanth

-Tyranitar

Rematch -

-Archeops

-Regigigas

-Bastiodon

-Carracosta

-Tropius

-Kyurem

the starters for youngsters in the Sevii or Orange Isles are:

Horsea

Magby

Elekid

#3 Edited by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@jorgevy: Great, great thread!

I'd have a Unova-based gym in Castelia City.

Gym Leader - John Valentine

"Born and raised in New Bark town, John trained his Growlithe from a young age before evolving him into an Arcanine around his thirteenth birthday. At the age of sixteen, JV embarked on his travels across the regions to hone his skills as a trainer, departing with only his loyal Arcanine but assembling a core team of veteran Pokemon along the way. By the age of 21, John has bested all gym leaders throughout Johto, Kanto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova regions and defeated the Elite Four several times.

John now resides in Unova's capital, Castelia City, acting as a full-time gym leader in the city's newest gym, Castelia Arena.

John does not specialise in any single type of Pokemon, instead he favours the use of a squad of well-levelled and experienced fighters with which he has developed a close bond with throughout his years of adventure.

John eagerly awaits the day when he can once again follow the road and rematch the world's finest trainers, once again battle the nefarious Teams Rocket/Magma/Aqua/Plasma/Galactic, and search across the lands for beautiful, fabled Legendary Pokemon."

Gym - Castelia Arena.

"A large stadium with an open field and spectator seats all around; these seats are frequently filled with citizens from across the regions who wish to view the spectacular battles that take place in this grounds. The environment upon the field changes at random between rounds to test both John and his competitors to their limits"

Pokemon

Alpha Squad

  • Arcanine (evolved from Growlithe pup starter Pokemon)
  • Luxray (caught as a Shinx shortly after beginning adventire, evolved to Luxio after Violet City gym battle)
  • Espeon (evolved from the Eevee gifted by Bill after defeating Whitney in Goldenrod City)
  • Gyarados (caught at the Lake of Rage)
  • Garchomp (encountered as Gabite in Sinnoh region, three years into JV's quest)
  • Flygon (met as a Trapinch in Hoenn, two years into JV's quest)

JV's additional Pokemon include Umbreon, Scyther, Croconaw, and Charmeleon at present. Umbreon resides with JV's parents in New Bark Town.

(Eventually expanded to include Umbreon, Scizor (evolved), Feraligatr (evolved), Charizard (evolved), Gengar, Steelix, Heracross, Torterra and Braviary).

#4 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: this is awesome! good backstory and very complete, lots of details!
loved the Trainer Card, donno how I missed that, should go do one right now!

#5 Posted by Twentyfive (2843 posts) - - Show Bio

First, and foremost it's time we get a dark type gym. I know we may never, because in Japan, dark type is known as 'evil' type, but still. every other type had one, and so is the new fairy type.

It should be the eighth gym headed by the leader of whatever region's evil team, and the pokemon should be:

Tyrannitar

Spiritomb

Sableye

Hydreigon

New pokemon

and Weavile.

And to make me happy, you can give Luxray the secondary type, dark (or evil/trickster, as it is known in Japan).

#6 Edited by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@jorgevy said:

@john_valentine:

this is awesome! good backstory and very complete, lots of details!

loved the Trainer Card, donno how I missed that, should go do one right now!

Cheers! Was going to go completely OTT and pretty much write a fan-fic but stopped myself.

I also wanted to add more Pokemon, specifically those I actually have on Heart Gold (Charizard, Blastoise, Poliwhirl, Torterra, Tyranitar, Metagross, Rhyperior and Electivire) but I figured a maximum of 9 would be enough.

That's something that's really annoyed me about Pokemon; no one can have such a large and devote the required the right amount of time to each of them. How can a Pokemon trainer do the same with such a large number of powerful Pokemon? They can't. It just seems cruel to have such a large number of Pokemon in captivity and not be able to train them properly.

#7 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine:
true, it's hard to pick who to train and unless you've got plenty of time on your hands it just seems you are ignoring most of your pokémon, which is kinda sad if you think about it

btw, you're free to write a fan fic in the section here in the forums, but I was actually thinking of maybe creating a Pokémon RPG in the RPG section. I participated in one a long time ago and it was really fun

@twentyfive:

good! you're right, we need a Dark type gym but I think that will be hard.... maybe this gen, who knows?

#8 Edited by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

Ah I feel all nostalgic about Pokemon again. I think I'll make a gym of my own.

  • Region - Johto
  • Gym Location - New Bark Town
  • Gym Name - The Variety Show: An eccletic mix of culture and Pokemon rolled into one!
  • Leader - Louis Kent (also known as Lvenger in his younger trainer days)

Story - Louis grew up in New Bark Town surrounded by an insatiable interest for Pokemon. His family was close friends with Professor Elm and when he was a teenager, Louis received his first Pokemon, a Cyndaquil from him. He set out on a journey conquering the gyms of Johto and Kanto alike, thwarting the plots of Team Rocket several times, battling his long standing rival, Andrew Scull who had received a Tototile on the same day as Lance and had always attempted to get one over on him. Louis even managed to defeat the legendary Pokemon trainer Red in a battle on Mount Silver. After many years as a travelling Pokemon trainer, Lance returned to New Bark Town where he took a job as a lab assistant to Professor Elm. Later, on the professor's suggestion, Lance created a gym of his own in New Bark Town where he became the gym leader. Louis does not rely on any one type of Pokemon. Instead, he uses many different types of Pokemon to adapt to any challenge faced by him. But his team is comprised of Kanto and Johto Pokemon owing to his fondness of these two regions

Gym Name - The Metropolitan Arena. A modestly sized arena that belies its vast, expansive interior with a wealth of human and Pokemon literature present inside. The arena is a simple battleground and seats are available for spectators to watch Louis' epic battles as the final gym leader in Johto.

Louis' Pokemon:

  • Typhlosion (His starter Pokemon and his most powerful asset)
  • Gyarados
  • Raichu
  • Tyranitar
  • Skarmory
  • Machamp

#9 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger: I love how all of you are putting so much into this!! it was supposed to be a little thread but it's actually becoming quite interesting!! would love to see all of these gyms working for real!

#10 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

Ah I feel all nostalgic about Pokemon again. I think I'll make a gym of my own.

  • Region - Johto
  • Gym Location - New Bark Town
  • Gym Name - The Variety Show: An eccletic mix of culture and Pokemon rolled into one!
  • Leader - Lance Kent (also known as Lvenger in his younger trainer days)

Story - Lance grew up in New Bark Town surrounded by an insatiable interest for Pokemon. His family was close friends with Professor Elm and when he was a teenager, Lance received his first Pokemon, a Cyndaquil from him. He set out on a journey conquering the gyms of Johto and Kanto alike, thwarting the plots of Team Rocket several times, battling his long standing rival, Andrew Scull who had received a Tototile on the same day as Lance and had always attempted to get one over on him. Lance even managed to defeat the legendary Pokemon trainer Red in a battle on Mount Silver. After many years as a travelling Pokemon trainer, Lance returned to New Bark Town where he took a job as a lab assistant to Professor Elm. Later, on the professor's suggestion, Lance created a gym of his own in New Bark Town where he became the gym leader. Lance does not rely on any one type of Pokemon. Instead, he uses many different types of Pokemon to adapt to any challenge faced by him. But his team is comprised of Kanto and Johto Pokemon owing to his fondness of these two regions

Gym Name - The Metropolitan Arena. A modestly sized arena that belies its vast, expansive interior with a wealth of human and Pokemon literature present inside. The arena is a simple battleground and seats are available for spectators to watch Lance's epic battles as the final gym leader in Johto.

Lance's Pokemon:

  • Typhlosion (His starter Pokemon and his most powerful asset)
  • Gyarados
  • Raichu
  • Tyranitar
  • Skarmory
  • Machamp

Let's battle, yo!

#11 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: I wish my old Pokemon team was still workable. I lost my game a couple of years ago and it irked me off. My Typhlosion was level 100 too. I know everyone prefers Charizard to Typholosion as the best fire starter Pokemon but I really liked my Typholosion.

#12 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

@john_valentine: I wish my old Pokemon team was still workable. I lost my game a couple of years ago and it irked me off. My Typhlosion was level 100 too. I know everyone prefers Charizard to Typholosion as the best fire starter Pokemon but I really liked my Typholosion.

I'm sorry to be a cliche, but I do love Charizard! The Totodile line is my favourite from the starters of Gen II as well!

I think, save for generation I and IV, I'd go for the water starters each time.

#13 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm sorry to be a cliche, but I do love Charizard! The Totodile line is my favourite from the starters of Gen II as well!

I think, save for generation I and IV, I'd go for the water starters each time.

Ah it's fine. I didn't pick Charmander in Generation 1 though because the first two gym leaders used types that were strong against fire. So I picked Squirtle instead. In all honesty, I should have picked Bulbasaur but I picked up a Pikachu in Virdian Forest and trained it up so all was good.

#14 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

@john_valentine said:

I'm sorry to be a cliche, but I do love Charizard! The Totodile line is my favourite from the starters of Gen II as well!

I think, save for generation I and IV, I'd go for the water starters each time.

Ah it's fine. I didn't pick Charmander in Generation 1 though because the first two gym leaders used types that were strong against fire. So I picked Squirtle instead. In all honesty, I should have picked Bulbasaur but I picked up a Pikachu in Virdian Forest and trained it up so all was good.

Bulbasaur's the choice for a smart trainer, IMO; Venusaur is the best grass-type Gen I has to offer. A player (on Red) can catch a Growlithe and Gyarados and compensate for not having a Charizard quite nicely but no such compensation can be made for Venusaur.

That said, I mostly always go with a Charmander and, about 30% of the time I chose a Squirtle!

#15 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

Bulbasaur's the choice for a smart trainer, IMO; Venusaur is the best grass-type Gen I has to offer. A player (on Red) can catch a Growlithe and Gyarados and compensate for not having a Charizard quite nicely but no such compensation can be made for Venusaur.

That said, I mostly always go with a Charmander and, about 30% of the time I chose a Squirtle!

Yeah Bulbasaur was the smartest choice for a Generation 1 Pokemon. Meganium had nothing on Venusaur IMO. That was a really powerful Grass Type Pokemon.

#16 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

@john_valentine said:

Bulbasaur's the choice for a smart trainer, IMO; Venusaur is the best grass-type Gen I has to offer. A player (on Red) can catch a Growlithe and Gyarados and compensate for not having a Charizard quite nicely but no such compensation can be made for Venusaur.

That said, I mostly always go with a Charmander and, about 30% of the time I chose a Squirtle!

Yeah Bulbasaur was the smartest choice for a Generation 1 Pokemon. Meganium had nothing on Venusaur IMO. That was a really powerful Grass Type Pokemon.

Plus, y'know, Meganium looks pretty lame and unthreatening. Used to love Sceptile, but I'm now more fond of Swampert.

#17 Edited by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

@john_valentine said:

Bulbasaur's the choice for a smart trainer, IMO; Venusaur is the best grass-type Gen I has to offer. A player (on Red) can catch a Growlithe and Gyarados and compensate for not having a Charizard quite nicely but no such compensation can be made for Venusaur.

That said, I mostly always go with a Charmander and, about 30% of the time I chose a Squirtle!

Yeah Bulbasaur was the smartest choice for a Generation 1 Pokemon. Meganium had nothing on Venusaur IMO. That was a really powerful Grass Type Pokemon.

Plus, y'know, Meganium looks pretty lame and unthreatening. Used to love Sceptile, but I'm now more fond of Swampert.

Exactly, there's nothing less threatening than a pink flower around your neck lol.

#18 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio
#19 Edited by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio
#20 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio
#21 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio
#22 Edited by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio
#23 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio

It's fine, I spent ages training up my Pokemon by battling in the wild just so I could crush her. That enamouring move was annoying too.

But rollout carried on over several turns and sometimes interrupted your move. That was the worst thing about it.

#24 Edited by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger:

@john_valentine:

Hey guys, have you ever role-played?? because we could do some cool stuff here in the forums, either create a role-playing game set in a region of our choice, everyone starting out with some starter, or we could make role-play battles between gym leaders or something

PS: I'm saying this because both of you put so much story into your characters, it seemed like you guys had wrote fan-fic or role-played before

#25 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@jorgevy said:

@lvenger:

@john_valentine:

Hey guys, have you ever role-played?? because we could do some cool stuff here in the forums, either create a role-playing game set in a region of our choice, everyone starting out with some starter, or we could make role-play battles between gym leaders or something

PS: I'm saying this because both of you put so much story into your characters, it seemed like you guys had wrote fan-fic or role-played before

Nah, never role-played but if we got enough people I'd give it a shot. Only if we could make it REAL.

#26 Posted by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

@jorgevy said:

@lvenger:

@john_valentine:

Hey guys, have you ever role-played?? because we could do some cool stuff here in the forums, either create a role-playing game set in a region of our choice, everyone starting out with some starter, or we could make role-play battles between gym leaders or something

PS: I'm saying this because both of you put so much story into your characters, it seemed like you guys had wrote fan-fic or role-played before

Nah, never role-played but if we got enough people I'd give it a shot. Only if we could make it REAL.

well making it real would be like... I dont even know man, it would be paradise on Earth!

but yeah, if you guys are up for it, I just might make it happen, I'm sure a few others would come along

#27 Edited by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

Name: Légio Deus

Born: Blackthorn City, Johto Region

Légio was raised next door to Clair, they're childhood friends. Clair later became it's Gym Leader taking over from Lance. Lance was Légio's idle. He idolised him so much, he never trained a Dragon type Pokémon with the fear of failure. Légio and Clair were always up to trouble, whether it be visiting the Dragon's Den; a place where they are forbidden until they reach a certain age. Or taking Lance's dragon Pokémon out flying.

When Clair left Blackthorn City, it broke his heart. A year later when he could leave he rejected the Pokémon that was normally given to them: Dratini. Instead he accepted the egg from his mother's Golduck. He travelled with a Psyduck. He never returned to Blackthorn City until 5 years later. His collection of Pokémon had steadily grew.

The type of trainer he is, was to make the best of the few he had. Because of this, his Pokémon would gain more of his attention and grow much stronger. Claire was in line to take over from Lance who recently won the Pokémon Championship. After spending a year there this time it was Clair who was heartbroken when he left.

Over the course of the next 2 years he had reach and settled down on the Orange Island of Shamouti. He stayed for a few months and during that time the islands that harbour the titans of Fire, Thunder and Ice were attacked by bandits and villainous teams who intended on capturing them. Légio took it upon himself to protect them and create a gym on the island to keep active. He forged a friendship with the legendary birds and eventually Lugia.

After constantly being defeated by Légio, the teams, just once aligned to take him on. Unfortunately for them, it was at a time of Légio's birthday. Clair and the Pokémon Champion Lance along with several other Pokémon gym leaders, including Sabrina of Kanto Tate & Liza of Hoenn, and Fantina of Sinnoh were there. They laid waste to the teams combined effort setting them back years of hard work.

My gym will be located in Shamouti. The island on the right shaped like a crescent moon.

Shamouti is the centre of the Orange Islands. Home to the legendary birds, Moltres, Zapdos and Articuno. Underneath the surface is another legendary bird: Lugia.

Gym

The location of the gym is deep under Shamouti. Go down far enough you'll arrive at a place that stretches the area of two large football stadiums. The top of the big cave seems as though you are under the night sky. Underneath this apparent night sky is a lake. From the lake will rise a battlefield.

Légio's Pokémon

  1. Golduck
  2. Umbreon
  3. Electivire
  4. Lucario
  5. Arcanine
  6. Alakazam

Other

  • Scizor
  • Accelgor
  • Weavile
  • Eelektross
  • Breloom
  • Darmanitan
  • Archeops
  • Pidgeot
  • Dusknoir
  • Gengar
  • Lilligant
  • Nidoking
  • Rhyperior
  • Glalie
  • Zangoose
  • Wobbuffet
  • Wailord
#28 Posted by Lvenger (18485 posts) - - Show Bio
#29 Edited by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger: Thanks! I changed some of my Pokémon in my name 6, because I have a similar character with similar Pokémon. 3/4 of the main 6 are in that other guy's team. So I thought I'd have 2 of each type. Well except for Fairy Type.

#30 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger: Thanks! I changed some of my Pokémon in my name 6, because I have a similar character with similar Pokémon. 3/4 of the main 6 are in that other guy's team. So I thought I'd have 2 of each type. Well except for Fairy Type.

Nice background and great team choice. Think our teams would be pretty matched to fight one another.

#31 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@supreme_marvel said:

@lvenger: Thanks! I changed some of my Pokémon in my name 6, because I have a similar character with similar Pokémon. 3/4 of the main 6 are in that other guy's team. So I thought I'd have 2 of each type. Well except for Fairy Type.

Nice background and great team choice. Think our teams would be pretty matched to fight one another.


Not saying it to sound big headed or anything because I re-read it and it sounds like it. But my Electivire could take out all but Espeon with his move-set.

Earthquake, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch and Ice Punch.

Arcanine - double damage with Earthquake

Gyarados - quadruple damage with Thunder Punch

Luxray - double damage with Earthquake

Garchomp - quadruple damage with Ice Punch

Flygon - quadruple damage with Ice Punch

Umbreon against Espeon

This is solely based on the game than anything though. In "reality" would be different. My game Electivire has his attack and speed almost to the max he can have through EV training. :P

#32 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: I like the adventure of you and your Arcanine. I would have wrote something similar years ago. Because I love Arcanine too. Just ride on his back through the lands. Would be so cool. But then I started to go for a baby Elekid. At least from my first story I worked on. My first story had an Houndoom who is my second favourite behind Golduck. He over took Arcanine.

#33 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

Generation I Team

  • Arcanine
  • Gyarados
  • Jolteon
  • Venusaur
  • Gengar
  • Charizard/Poliwhirl

Generation II Team

  • Feraligatr
  • Espeon
  • Umbreon
  • Heracross/Sudowoodo
  • Tyranitar
  • Skarmory

Generation III Team

  • Swampert
  • Sceptile
  • Blaziken
  • Metagross
  • Flygon
  • Slaking

Generation IV Team

  • Luxray
  • Garchomp
  • Torterra
  • Spiritomb
  • Gallade
  • Rhyperior

Generation V Team

  • Samurott
  • Serperior
  • Darminaton
  • Haxorus
  • Hydreigon
  • Braviary
#34 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: I like the adventure of you and your Arcanine. I would have wrote something similar years ago. Because I love Arcanine too. Just ride on his back through the lands. Would be so cool. But then I started to go for a baby Elekid. At least from my first story I worked on. My first story had an Houndoom who is my second favourite behind Golduck. He over took Arcanine.

Arcanine is my all time favourite Pokemon, not just based on stats, but everything about it. I used to really like Houndoom but I've really gone off its appearance (especially the skulls). Plus it's functionally obsolete given the other Pokemon on my teams.

Electivire's a great choice, however, again I don't really have use for one on any of my Gen IV+ teams due to my Luxray.

#35 Edited by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: One of the reason for choosing Electivire is because he is very fast, high attack and is versatile in his move set. Not to mention, his speed improves if an electric attack is used on him. I just feel bad for Magmar. I love him, I don't like his evolved for, Magmortar.

#36 Posted by John Valentine (16307 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: One of the reason for choosing Electivire is because he is very fast, high attack and is versatile in his move set. Not to mention, his speed improves if an electric attack is used on him. I just feel bad for Magmar. I love him, I don't like his evolved for, Magmortar.

Who'd use an electric attack on an electric type? I suppose if you're double battling and you use your other Pokemon to do it, it'd make sense.

I think Magmar looks silly. Plus, there are much better fire types in Gen I (Ninetails, Arcanine and Charizard).

#37 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@john_valentine: Well, we've seen electric types use their electric attacks on electric Pokémon. Plus if they try to use Thunder Wave, still improves his speed.

#38 Edited by Jorgevy (5114 posts) - - Show Bio

glad to see people here are really putting some work into this!!! nice guys, really nice!!

#39 Edited by DragoniteRules (1 posts) - - Show Bio

Gym Leader – Rock 7th Gym Unova Region Debris Badge

Name: Rhona “The Mountain Splitter” Anville Town Clay’s Daughter

When you enter the gym, there is a sudden earthquake and a mountain appears in the far end of the gym. Loads of rocks appear, making a mountainy terrain. There are 7 trainers located in the gym hiding, only 4 though are necessary to battle when one wishes to reach the Gym Leader.

Backstory

Rhona grew up in the Hoenn region with her friend Roxanne, the pair of them were always running and around riding roark's onix. But then Clay decided he was going to take his entire family to Unova, so that he could start up as a Gym leader, but Rhona would not leave. Clay had only one choice to leave Rhona behind, but he didn't leave her by herself, he entrusted her with a larvitar and told her to treasure it like a child. After 3 years Rhona had reached the age of 12 and her larvitar had became a pupitar. But her and Roxanne had drifted apart after Roxanne became a gym leader, so Rhona decided that her and pupitar would go travelling to the other 5 regions leaving Unova for last. After another 3 years had passed she reached sinnoh and made many brilliant friends, such as Cranidos. Finally she reached Unova after 6 years of travelling and meeting new friends, the first thing she did was visit her dad Clay. Then after all that time she set up a gym in anville town and earned the ranking of 7th Gym Leader.

Team Whilst Travelling

Nidoqueen - Rescued from Giovanni.

Ninetales - Caught as vulpix, when pupitar was a larvitar.

Pupitar - First ever pokemon

Marshtomp - Given to her by Prof. Birch

Cranidos - Hatched from egg, whilst in sinnoh.

Fraxure - Given as Axew by an elder.

Team whilst being a gym leader

Rampardos - Cranidos got evolved.

Graveller - Found in Kanto, as a geodude.

Rhydon - Gift from Roxanne.

Solrock - Given to her by Liza and Tate as an egg.

Lunatone - Given to her by Liza and Tate as an egg.

Pupitar - First ever pokemon.

Team 4 years after becoming a gym leader.

Rampardos

Rhyperior - Evolved Rhydon.

Ninetales

Haxorus - Evolved Fraxure.

Metagross - Caught as a beldum, in hoenn.

Tyranitar - Pupitar, Rhona's best friend, evolved.

#40 Posted by ShayneH (1 posts) - - Show Bio

A layed back and friendly person. He grew up protecting Pokemon from danger to the best of his ability. He often compares Pokemon to music, as it is a major part of his life. As well as fulfilling his duties as (Made up city here) Gym Leader, he travels around aiding starting trainers on their journey through the region and protecting others. He treats his Pokemon and friends like family.

Dragonair (F)

Goodra(F)

Hydreigedon(M)

Noivern(M)

Ampharos(M)(I realize only Dragon when mega stone is activated.)

My gym. There are no puzzles, there are no trainers, just you and your Pokemon. In order to face me, you must demonstrate your bond with your Pokemon through various tasks, from simple questions to easy acts. If you are deemed worthy at each checkpoint, the crystal walls will crumble and allow you to pass.

#41 Posted by CheckyArch4 (1 posts) - - Show Bio


A usually shy Gym Leader, Luna is the leader of the Kamaville City's Gym. Luna grew up in Kanto living with her family in Celadon City. Her father hoped her to become interested in Grass types but she found a liking in Ghost types. As her mother was a hex maniac when she was younger she uses the Pokemon who seem to have dark sides or have something to do with necromancy. Sadly her mother passed away and Luna promised to become a Ghost/Poison type Gym Leader and do great things to make her mother proud. Her gym is surprisingly dark as it has the theme of a graveyard. Firstly you will come to the gate of the graveyard where the gate will mysteriously open with a chilling creek. As you enter the graveyard you hear the cries of ghost Pokemon. The trainers will be hidden in graves. If you walk past the graves the trainers will stop you. There are four trainers in this gym and they are all hex maniacs. They will have three Pokemon. The Pokemon's types are as followed. The first trainer has a Lvl 24 Yamask, a Lvl 23 Duskull and a Lvl 25 Haunter. The second trainer just has a Lvl 24 Gastly. The third trainer will have two Duskulls, one Lvl 24 and the other Lvl 26 and a Lvl 23 Gastly. The final trainer will be the strongest. She has a Lvl 27 Haunter, a Lvl 26 Duskull and a Lvl 25 Sableye. Once you have taken on all the trainers you will arrive at a mansion. Inside the mansion there are lots of traps. One of the traps has two swinging blades. If you hit a blade you will automatically black out. The next trap has three candles on a table but they are actually Litwicks and you will be pulled into a wild Pokemon battle. If you survive the traps you will meet Luna. She will be wearing a short black dress and holding a black pokeball. When you meet her she will say "Welcome to Kamaville Gym. I am Luna, the leader of the Gym. Congratulations you have defeated all the trainers. That means you are worthy to fight me. Prepare for the battle of your life!"

After you have beaten her you obtain the Ash Badge. I think the Ash Badge suits Luna because of her Mother dying and Luna keeps her Mother's ashes inside the gym.

Her team when you have a rematch against her

When you beat her the first time: "That was a great battle. You deserve the Ash Badge. Remember come back and battle me sometime!"

When you lose to her both times: "That was a tough battle for both of us. Too bad you didn't win. Come back and fight me sometime.

"When you beat her the second time: My Pokemon! Beaten again. But it doesn't matter that was an amazing battle for you and your Pokemon.

#42 Edited by james360 (1 posts) - - Show Bio

The spectral Gym

location - a old town overlooked by a medieval castle on a island east of Kanto

Gym Leader - Astro a powerful ghost type trainer it is said he is from 1319 and the air to the castle but he fell through time to 2002 and learn to be a trainer and some say be died but cause of his love for pokemon it ables him to transform into a human.

The Gym - it is a part of the castle next to a grave site and it is a tower with 10 levels each looks like a ghost pokemon on the 10th level is Astro and a battle field.

The Team

first fight

- Dusknoir

- Spirtomb

- Chandelure

- Gengar

-Unown

- (ACE) Aegislash

rematch

- Dusknoir

- Mega Houndoom

- Gengar

- Darkrai

- Chandelure

- (ACE) Aegislash

- rewards tm for dark pulse , Houndoomite and choice between Unown, Spirtomb, Haunter or shiny charmander.

#43 Posted by NorrinBoltagonPrime21 (5528 posts) - - Show Bio

I would be a steel/ground type gym.

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