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Intro paragraph.

History Edit

Mega Evolutions have not officially appeared in the RPG yet.

Creation Process Edit

Mega Evolution in Rise of the Rockets works a bit differently than in the games. To lay out the most important detail first, Mega Rings and Stones are not a thing. Mega Evolution is instead powered by a natural, synergistic relationship between the Pokémon and its trainer. In order for a Pokémon to Mega Evolve, it must possess at least 25 EXP points, cumulative from all of the battles it has taken part in. Once a Pokémon has reached 25 EXP, they are capable of freely Mega Evolving once per battle, energizing them and providing something of a "second wind," although this will not fully heal any injuries that they have already sustained. Should they revert to their standard form during that battle, they will not be able to Mega Evolve again without resting. If a Mega Evolved Pokémon faints or is otherwise rendered unable to battle, it will revert back to its original form.

Also different here is the fact that trainers are not limited to one Mega Evolution per battle. While individual Pokémon are, a trainer in Rise of the Rockets could, in theory, Mega Evolve six Pokémon throughout the course of a single battle. It is important to note, however, that this could potentially prove fatal for the trainer. Mega Evolution takes a lot of energy from the trainer in order to power the evolving Pokémon, and because of this, few trainers have been observed that possess the ability to last that long.

The symptoms of "Evolution Sickness," as it has come to be known, are generally not permanent, and tend to disappear after a few days, though sometimes they last for a week or two. However, they do possess a patterned progression, which has been documented as follows. The number next to each symptom corresponds to how many Pokémon the trainer in question has Mega Evolved during the battle:

  1. No noticeable issues
  2. Minor headache, dizziness
  3. Physical weakness
  4. Severe faintness
  5. Bleeding from orifices
  6. Unconsciousness, death

Non-Canon Mega Evolutions

Given the very limited number of canon Mega Evolutions, we will be branching out and using Megas designed by RotR's players. To submit a proposal, fill out the following form and post it in the Discussion Topic. From there, other players in the game can offer suggestions for adjustments to the proposal in order to ensure that it is both balanced and reflects multiple parties' interests. Final approval will come from Parugi, at which point the proposed Mega Evolution will be free to appear in the RPG.

Proposed Pokémon: Proposed Pokémon should be fully-evolved. Preference will be given to Pokémon that do not currently have any canon Mega Evolutions, although others will be considered on a case-by-case basis (with the exceptions of Charizard and Mewtwo, who will not be considered at all.) In the event that the Pokémon later gets a canon Mega Form, both will be considered canon in RotR.

Appearance: Either provide a detailed description, or (with approval from the artist where noted by them) link to a fan-made Mega Evolution image elsewhere. If nothing else, please acknowledge where you got the image from and Parugi will contact them.

Focus: In general, what does this Mega Form aim to accomplish as far as the Pokémon's abilities go?

Type: List the Mega Form's type here.

Mega Ability: What Ability will replace the Pokémon's when they turn Mega?

Stat Distribution: Mega Evolutions in the games add a total of 100 points to the Pokémon's Bast Stat Total. Please use the BST of the Pokémon you're proposing and add points (totaling 100 altogether) to each stat to give us a rough idea of what aspects of the Pokémon are being affected by Mega Evolution.

-ATK:

-SPA:

-DEF:

-SPD:

-SPE:

Approved RotR-exclusive Mega Evolutions must be recorded on the RotR Mega Evolutions page.

Approved Mega Evolutions Edit

Mega Absol Y Edit

Proposed Pokémon: Absol (Alt)

Appearance: Head scythe extends downwards further and ends in a point, has a serrated edge. Fur is darker, canine fangs and claws are longer and sharper. Tail blade is shorter, also serrated. Legs are thicker. The 'wings' gained as Meg Absol are not covvered with fur/feathers, instead giving them a black, bat-like appearance.

Focus: Physical combat.

Type: Dark/Fighting

Mega Ability: Pure Power

Stat Distribution: 

-ATK: 130 => 130

-SPA:  75 => 75

-DEF: 60 -> 110 (+50)

-SPD: 60 -> 110 (+50)

-SPE: 75 => 75

Dragonite Edit

Proposed Pokémon: Mega Dragonite

Appearance: (Possible drawing to come later) 15-16 feet long, more slender than before; tail length is 2-3 feet, meeting the back haunches, about 10 feet to the front legs, wings at the shoulders, then a three foot neck with a round head and snout. Horn is elongated, and antennae have moved down to muzzle. Orange scales with white underbelly, and dark blue lining for wings.

Focus: Aims to be a faster, less bulky Dragonite.

Type: Dragon/Flying

Mega Ability: Gale Wings

Stat Distribution:

-ATK: 134 > 149 (+15)

-SPA: 100 > 120 (+20)

-DEF: 95

-SPD: 100 > 115 (+15)

-SPE: 80 > 130 (+50)

Empoleon Edit

Proposed Pokémon: Empoleon

Appearance: Mega Empoleon by Phatmon (Author's comment on gallery [on profile page]: "THE POKEMON ART IS FREE TO USE BUT YOU MUST CREDIT ME OR LINK MY GALLERY OR THE PICTURE THAT YOU USE THANK YOU"

Focus: In Mega form, Empoleon slows itself down significantly, sacrificing speed for sturdiness. Thanks to the added bulk, it can better handle the recoil of its powerful attacks, granting them added strength, while its shields allow it to deflect special attacks with relative ease, even dreaded Electric-type attacks such at Thunder and Zap Cannon. However, its Achilles Heel remains physical attacks; its shields are bulky and awkward, meaning that a well-placed physical strike can throw off both its attacks and its defenses for a significant amount of time, especially considering its slowed speed.

Mega Empoleon see themselves as paragons of protection; hardened by the harshness of the war, they've strengthened themselves so as to protect both themselves and their Trainers from the hazards of modern warfare.

Type: Water/Steel

Mega Ability: Bulletproof

Stat Distribution: (-15 Speed, +120 to other stats)

-HP: 111 (+27, Compare: Nihilego (109), Excadrill (110))

-ATK: 86 (+0)

-SPA: 153 (+42, Compare:  Mega Greninja (153))

-DEF: 104 (+16)

-SPD: 131 (+30, Compare: Nihilego (131), Cosmoem (131), Umbreon (130), Sylveon (130))

-SPE: 45 (-15) 

Greninja Edit

Proposed Pokémon: Greninja

Appearance: Ash-Greninja, repurposed for RotR as Mega Greninja.

Focus: Attacks and speed.

Type: Water/Dark

Mega Ability: Battle Bond

Stat Distribution: 

-ATK: 95 => 145 (+50)

-SPA: 103 => 153 (+50)

-DEF: 67 -> 67

-SPD: 71 -> 71

-SPE: 122 => 132 (+10)

Golurk Edit

Proposed Pokémon: Golurk

Appearance: Mega Golurk by Blood-Asp0123. Height roughly doubles upon Mega Evolving--average Golurk goes from 9'02" to 20".

Focus: Mega Golurk's focus is on maximizing its physical abilities. Its massive size increases its physical attacks at the cost of its special ones, while its upgraded Steel/Ghost-Typing and defensive stat boosts increase its ability to survive attacks from its opponents.

Type: Steel/Ghost

Mega Ability: Bulletproof

Stat Distribution: 

-ATK: 124 => 154 (+30)

-SPA:  55 => 25 (-30)

-DEF: 80 -> 130 (+50)

-SPD: 80 -> 130 (+50)

-SPE: 75 => 75

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