What are the rules for a Pokémon Nuzlocke?
The standard Nuzlocke rules are: Only the first Pokémon on any route can be caught. If that Pokémon is knocked out or it runs away etc., then no further Pokémon will be caught on that route. If a Pokémon in the party faints, they are considered dead and are to be released (some people permanently box them however).
Can you use revives in a Nuzlocke?
If you have a Max Revive discovered on the ground(i.e. not by Pickup), you can save a Pokemon that has just died. If you accidentaly kill the first Pokemon you see on a route then you may search for that same species and capture it.
Which Pokémon game is the hardest to Nuzlocke?
For those who want a fierce challenge, Pokémon Platinum is considered by many to be the most difficult Nuzlocke challenge in the series.
What is an Egglocke?
An Egglocke is a Nuzlocke variant where friends or subscribers send in eggs to be hatched and used in the game instead of normal catches. The normal Nuzlocke rules also apply, which are: (italicised rules are things for egglockes) All Pokemon that faint have to be permanently boxed forever and be considered dead.
What is the easiest Pokemon game to Nuzlocke?
But if you have a well balanced team and didn’t lose a Pokémon to N, the battle will be over before you know it. Black and White are the easiest games to Nuzlocke.
Do gifts count in Nuzlocke?
In any Nuzlocke, like an X Nuzlocke, you can capture Pokemon and you can receive gift Pokemon.
Can you trade dead Pokemon in a Nuzlocke?
The Nuzlocke Challenge has only two rules that must be followed: Any Pokémon that faints is considered dead, and must be released or put in the Pokémon Storage System permanently (or may be transferred to another game, as long as the Pokémon is never able to be used again during this run).
Can you catch the same Pokemon twice in a Nuzlocke?
There’s a commonly enforced rule called the Dupes Clause that allows you to catch another Pokemon if you’ve already caught the same species in a previous area. It’s used to have more variety between team members. It, like many other Nuzlocke rules, is entirely optional, and you can play with or without it.
Why is it called a Nuzlocke?
The name of the run, the “Nuzlocke” run, is derived from the character Ruby’s first caught Pokemon, Seedot (Nuzleaf), and the character John Locke from Lost, which inspired many of the comic’s jokes.