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|Pokemon Rarity List|
|Topic Started: Mar 23 2009, 10:05 PM (37,419 Views)|
|♣Alternia♣||Mar 23 2009, 10:05 PM Post #1|
Pokemon Rarity List
Below you'll find the list of where you can find each species of Pokemon. However, this list is broken up by terrain and rarity. While the staff of Alternia knows how things are distributed amongst us, you as the member may not so below is a key to just help you understand what a few things mean. Also, you'll want to know that this list does not include the evolution/pre-evolution of the Pokemon, and it is assumed that they are either the same rarity or one level higher in rareness then the stage provided. If the Pokemon evolves by Item, they are equal to the level of staff needed to spawn the item. (Pokemon that evolve by Stone i.e. Clefable is Umod+ in the wild. Other wise, normal evolutions is the same rarity as the Pokemon it evolves from.)
Pokemon who's names have been Italicized are Fakemon.
Pokemon under the common category can be spawned by all members of staff with the ability to ref.
Pokemon under the uncommon category can only be spawned by Global Moderators and up. You must show some effort in your posts if you are looking for these. These are less likely to just be given to people that do not have above average posts.
Pokemon under the rare category can only be spawned by Universal Moderators and up. These Pokemon may be quested for or plotted. You can mention that you are searching for one, and a Umod+ will take care of the rest.
Pokemon that are gold and/or bolded can only be spawned by Admin. These Pokemon also typically require a quest to acquire due to their rarity. If you would like to get a quest, PM an admin, preferably the one you would like to put you on this quest. They will then talk to the other two admins, and all three of us must agree that the person asking for this deserves this quest Pokemon. In order for you to be put on a Gold rarity plot, the character you are using for the quest must have at least 3 pages in their journey. Your posts should exceed the minimum and be considered very good, because we need to know that you're actually working hard to get the good stuff. The admin will respond to your request telling you if you're getting the plot or not. If you're not, you will be told why so that you can try to do better so you can try again some other time. Also, if you got a rare Pokemon somehow or another in your journey, it is best if you wait two pages before you request a quest for an uber rare Pokemon, as we don't want members getting a lot of rare Pokemon quickly.
Pokemon marked by an asterisk (*) can only be found in certain specific areas, listed at the bottom.
Without further ado, these are the terrains:
Grassland Terrain - These Pokémon live in the highlands and the grassy plains and fields of the region. Though a few of the Pokémon are territorial, most live in harmony with one another. The most noticeable locations are fields, high grass, and open prairies.
Mountain Terrain - These Pokémon sometimes don't get along very well, often staying with their own kind (fire to fire, rock to rock, etc.). The areas they are often found are mountainous regions, like volcanoes or mountain ranges. Cave Terrain Pokemon can sometimes be found in small caves formed in mountains, as well.
Water's Edge - Pokémon that are usually found along the edge of waters or in fresh water. These Pokémon live in a complete Eco-system, living together in an understanding society. Places that are considered "Water's Edge" are rivers, lakes, the beaches, and even ponds.
Water's Edge Common
Water's Edge Uncommon
Water's Edge Rare
Forest - Some of the most common Pokémon found, since around the western-half of the region there are many forests. These Pokémon live in a basic living structure, a few of the carnivorous Pokémon only hunting specific prey. They are usually found in dense forests, where there are a lot of trees and brush to hide.
Rough Terrain - These Pokémon are tough and rugged. The majority of the Pokémon are bad tempered, following the "only the strongest survive" way of life. Most rough terrain are valleys or rocky areas with little vegetation, sometimes even deserts. The lands are almost inhospitable, making it difficult for humans to live there.
Caves/Dark Places - These Pokémon prefer the dark solitude of caves or similar places. They don't really have much of a structure, they just live their lives in the relative comfort of the darkness. Some common places for "cave" Pokémon outside of places marked as Cave terrain are dark caves in mountains, or natural crevasses in the ground.
Snow Covered Terrain - These Pokémon live in very cold climates, and are either comfortable with these living conditions, or are tough enough to endure the harsh temperatures. Snowed areas can be anything from a frozen meadow, a winter forest, a white mountain, or even an arctic coast.
Urban and Cities - Pokémon that tend to flock towards large cities or towns. Urban Pokémon blend in with human society, usually living off scraps and taking residence in abandoned houses. The most common places to find "urban" Pokémon are the streets, alleyways, abandoned houses, attics, and basements.
Seas and Oceans - Ahh, Pokémon out to sea. These Pokémon flow and roll with the waves of the sea. Most of these Pokémon live in harmony, with a few that adopt the "survival of the fittest" attitude. Like the name says, these Pokémon live in the sea.
Sky - These Pokémon live in the very reaches of the atmosphere, much of the time out of the reach of the ground. They live and hide among the clouds, and while bird Pokemon may be found with great numbers in the sky, they need to roost eventually, meaning they can't actually live wholly in the sky, like these Pokemon can. These Pokemon dwell over pretty much everywhere, and the best chance of running into them would be while flying high.
Ruin Spawns - These are Pokemon that are spawned within ruins deep within the earth, forests, or high in the mountains. Various ruins are scattered across Alternia's region. Each holding their own mysteries.
Nothingness Spawns - These are Pokemon that are restricted to only being spawned within the Nothingness, and the Abyssal Prison within the nothingness. The only Pokemon that can be spawned elsewhere are those that are both listed here and in other terrains on this list. Those restricted to the Nothingness are not available by means of Promotional Events or Lottery Winnings.
Event Spawns - These are Pokemon that are spawned one time only during a special event. They can be spawned only during this event by any level of mod, but once the event is over, no mod of any level can spawn them ever again. They can appear in just about any terrain, in just about any situation. They can truly be called the highest rarity of Pokemon there is, under legendaries of course.
Unique Species - These are Pokemon unique in the fact that throughout the world, there is only one of them. Through this, although lacking the world shattering powers of real legendaries, they have gained legendary-like status, and as such are an extremely rare sight to behold. If one of these Pokemon were ever somehow captured, there would be none in the wild for any other person to attempt to do the same. -Strictly Admin Spawns-
*Unown can only be spawned in the Unown Dungeon south of Des-Irt Island.
*Phione can only be spawned in the Seafloor Ruins north of Alternia Island.
*Klair can only be spawned in the Sky terrain.
*Avicle can only be spawned in the Byaku Mountains area of Byayuki Island.
*Thunyan can only be spawned in the Rainwater Path area of Miracu Island.
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