Pokemon Technical is a massive Pokemon school located, between Cerulean and Vermillion City. The school is an alternative option to Pokémon Trainers who don't want to go around to collect Gym Badges. Once a student graduates from Pokémon Tech, they automatically qualify for the Kanto Pokémon League. This prestigious boarding school teaches a wide spectrum of Pokemon Training, from breeding, Coordinating, and battling.
There are three levels of students
Beginners- These are students within the first year of the school, they are only permitted to carry 1-3 Pokemon. Beginners typically are distinguished by their lack of knowledge and they're eagerness to learn. Beginners stay on Indigo hall and are forbidden to go to Intermediate and Advanced Halls.
Intermediate - These are 2nd Year students they are permitted to carry 3- 5 Pokemon, These students are somewhat knowledgeable and are distinguished by there studious demeanor. The intermediate students are allowed to travel the advanced halls, but aren't allowed to go on Indigo hall. Intermediate Students live on Orange Hall.
Advanced - The advanced students are the best in their particular fields, these are the 3rd and 4th year students. These students already know what field of training they are going to go into, and are often called to help the beginners. The advanced trainers are permitted to carry 6 Pokemon and are called upon to organize the "Poke-Tech" tournaments.
- You can be any level of student
- You can be a teacher
- You may only have the first 151 Pokemon (This is debatable)
Pokemon Breeder - is primarily a Pokémon Trainer who raises and mates carefully selected Pokémon to reproduce specific improvements in future generations of Pokémon.
Pokemon Watcher- s a Pokémon Trainer who prefers studying Pokémon in their natural habitats rather than battling them. Pokémon watchers travel the world, and go looking for all kinds of Pokémon so they can observe and study their characteristics and abilities. They also search for new, undiscovered Pokémon.
Pokemon Rangers- Protect wild pokemon from Pokemon Poachers and Natrual Disasters, they personally don't "Capture" Pokemon rather borrow wild ones.
Pokemon Coordinator- A Pokémon Coordinator is someone who raises Pokémon to compete in Pokémon Contests.They raise their Pokémon much like Pokémon Trainers do, although with much more emphasis on beauty and appearances since they are major factors when it comes to points in Contests. They need to train their Pokémon to have beautiful moves, and be able to do well in battles, as a battle tournament is the second round of a Contest.
Pokemon Trainer- Pokémon Trainers come in all sorts of classes: Youngsters tend to stay close to home, and Bug Catchers swarm about the Bug-filled forests; Hikers traverse mountains and caves, Fishermen are rarely far from water, and Ace Trainers aspire to compete in the Pokémon League. A Trainer's class may reflect their Pokémon of choice, the areas they prefer, their technique, and their level of skill; however, even within each class, Trainers may vary greatly.
* Your profession will determine what type of "classes" your character is in. It's also important to note that just because this takes place in the Pokemon U, it doesn't mean that all you have to rp about is Pokemon. Your character lives at this school any and all shenanigans are welcomed!
- You are welcome and even encouraged to create NPCs at any time but make sure that your posts mostly revolve around your main character and their pokémon.
Moves- A Pokemon can learn up to 4 hm's, but will learn moves according to it's corresponding level. You may choose the level of your pokemon from the start of the rpg, but after your first post, I will cause them to grow levels. (Or another teacher) Even though battles earn you the most levels, it is not the only way! Making your pokémon appear and act in your posts will likely earn them levels occasionally. Evolution items and TMs will become available now and then
- When capturing pokémon, you don't have to wait for approval or anything. You may capture Pokemon in any way you like, but if you are going for rather rare and strong Pokemon, it'll be much more interesting and less godmoddy if you make the capture more difficult than for common, weak Pokemon!
- Player interaction- There are tons of things to do at Poke-Tech, not everything has to revolve around battling; remember it's a school keep the interactions interesting. All player battles are to be no more than 2 on 2 (Unless it's a tournament)
Standard Vice Rpg rules apply.
Pokemon Trainer Cards
Pokemon Technical School
"Poke-Tech" has produced some of the top Trainers for the Kanto Region for decades, It's prestige is only second to the Pokemon League Champion. With a top-tier staff and highly disciplined students; the Poke-Tech students enter their fields as some of the elite trainers. The School is composed of a Northern Half which is Mountain, a southern half which is a beach; an eastern half which is forest; and the Western half where the classes and dorms are.
The Fissure Cave
The Fissure Cave is a "Man-Made" Cave used by the school to instruct students in a cave environment, wild Pokemon can often be found in the cave and are available for capture. The Fissue Cave also acts as a "gate" between the School's Western half and the Eastern Half.
This massive Forest is home to hundreds of Forest Pokemon as well as a few Water type Pokemon, this forest is also used as a way to train; trainers and Pokemon Alike.
Indigo Battle Arena - Most Schools have indoor gyms, this school has an indoor battle arena, This arena is to be used for free battles between Students.