Set in the original region of Arciel, Legends Rising is a route-inspired, but not strictly route-based, Pokemon roleplay. Pick a faction, pick a class, and strike out into the wild to take on the League, master Contest coordination, research the mysteries of Pokemon and Arciel, and much, much more. Will you be a classic trainer? A criminal? A farmer? Choose your destiny on Legends Rising.
The Bass City Gym is devoted to the Water-type. The Gym Leader, Hiroto Kaimana, has a PhD in Oceanography, specifically Ocean Ecology. Many of the walls of the gym are built into large aquariums, and occasionally the Gym is opened to the public or scheduled tours to learn about the different kinds of fish and marine life on display.
In order to challenge this gym:
You must have at least 3 Pokemon at Lv10 or above.
The party you bring must be within 10 levels of each other max.
Your Pokemon must not be taller than 10 feet to fit inside the gym; serpentine Pokemon are an exception.
You must be familiar with and follow the Official Battle rules.
Before you can challenge gyms in Arciel, you must pass a small trial. Hiro's trial consists of a long, wide, shallow pool stretching across the front room of the gym. Many supplies are provided on the starting side, such as floating disk "shoes", bamboo poles, a tarp, some logs, and more.
Your goal is to get from one side of the pool to the other without touching the water. You can use help from your Pokemon, but cannot simply ride your Pokemon.
Describe what method you will be taking and roll a die, then mod summon. A mod will tell you how far you got and if you fell. If you fall in, you simply have to go back to the start and try again. You cannot fail this trial unless you give up!
There's even a time limit (7 of your posts), and if you haven't crossed it by the time time is up, you still pass for being persistent! Perseverance is what Hiro's Gym aims to teach.
Hiro's battlefield is a large pool with raised land platforms scattered throughout. This gives water-types good cover and means large, bulky Pokemon may have trouble moving between platforms. Choose your team carefully!
The platforms are not so far apart that they cannot be easily jumped, but are also inconsistent, with more space between some than others to provide larger areas of water here and there.
Note: Pokemon will be evolved to suit the challenger's level; only base forms are shown here.
The Surf Badge, which will be added to your user profile under Awards.
1 TM - Scald
6 Upgrade Vouchers that each give 1 Pokemon +1 to any one stat and +2 Move slots
2 OOC Gems the first time one of your characters defeats the Gym.
Format Include the following form in your first post along with your IC post. Add slots for Pokemon if necessary.
Number of Pokemon: 3-6 Format: Single or Double
Pokemon 1: Name the Lv00 Gender Species Type: Ability: Moveset:
Pokemon 2: Name the Lv00 Gender Species Type: Ability: Moveset:
Pokemon 3: Name the Lv00 Gender Species Type: Ability: Moveset:
[blockquote][b]Number of Pokemon:[/b] 3-6 [b]Format:[/b] Single or Double
[b]Pokemon 1:[/b] Name the Lv00 Gender Species [b]Type:[/b] [b]Ability:[/b] [b]Moveset:[/b]
[b]Pokemon 2:[/b] Name the Lv00 Gender Species [b]Type:[/b] [b]Ability:[/b] [b]Moveset:[/b]
[b]Pokemon 3:[/b] Name the Lv00 Gender Species [b]Type:[/b] [b]Ability:[/b] [b]Moveset:[/b] [/blockquote]