Adventures in Kanto, previously titled Milo's Leaf Green Nuzlocke, is a Nuzlocke comic run based off of Leaf Green. It stars Milo, a ten year old boy who is quite suddenly thrown into he adventures of being a Pokemon trainer.
Milo is an ordinary kid from Pallet Town, when Professor Oak somehow shows up in his bedroom and scares him awake with a very odd question. After Milo runs an errand for the Professor, and teases Gary Oak, he decides to set out on his own Pokemon journey that includes a psychotic rat, a hyper Charmander, a philosophical monkey, and a criminal syndicate armed with Zubats. Things aren't as they seem, however, and Milo soon discovers that something more sinister might be lurking in the background of his adventure.
- If a pokemon faints, it's considered dead and must be placed in the "Graveyard" box
- Only the first Pokemon encountered in each area can be caught, and none others
- No duplicates
- If a wild Pokemon flees or faints upon trying to catch it, no more chances are allowed on that route to catch a Pokemon
- If Pokeballs run out trying to catch a wild Pokemon, there are no more allowed chances to catch a Pokemon for that route
- A catch for a route includes Pokemon that can be caught via fishing (if a Pokemon has already been caught in the tall grass of that route, a Pokemon cannot be caught via fishing as well on that route)
- In the case of the Safari Zone, one catch is allowed per area/section
- The exception to the rule is the Shiny Clause
- Nickname all catches
- Starter Pokemon is based off of the last digit of the Trainer ID; 1-3 is a grass-type, 4-6 is a fire-type, 7-9 is a water-type, 0 is player's choice
- If the party is full, another Pokemon is not allowed to be caught
- Going back to a previous route to catch a Pokemon if a team member falls and there is nobody to replace him/her/it is prohibited
- The exception to the rule would be: Shiny Pokemon, special Pokemon (such as Eevee), one-time Pokemon (such as Snorlax or Sudowoodo), and/or event Pokemon (such as Game Corner Pokemon or Bug Contest Pokemon)
- In the case that a party member dies, to determine which boxed Pokemon is withdrawn in the case of a special Pokemon being in there and an open route ahead where a potential new teammate is successfully caught, a dice is rolled to determine who joins the party
- Party Pokemon cannot be swapped with boxed Pokemon
- No HM slaves are allowed
- Exception to the rule is in the case where an HM move is required to proceed with the game and none of the party Pokemon can learn it
- Legendary Pokemon cannot be caught or used
- Pokemon from fossils do not count under this rule
- No trading allowed (in-game or via connection)
- Pokemon cannot be put in daycare
- Must use the same amount (or less) of Pokemon as an opponent in trainer, rival, and gym battles
Drawn in a chibi-esque full page comic style and updated weekly, the comic is still new but has over 30 pages (and a special April Fool's page) already amassed. It is more character driven than plot driven, though a plot is starting to show up to make it more interesting than just a generic comic sort of "let's play" of a Pokemon game.
- The character "Fang" swears and curses the most in the comic, which has remained uncensored in order to give a better feel for her character.
- The dynamic relationship between Milo's Mankey "Monk", and his Ratatta "Fang", wasn't planned originally, yet has become a favored (and fun to write) interaction