Theme Edit

This variant uses "rupees" and "fairies" from the Legend of Zelda series as a scoring system and bonus system, respectively.

Definition Edit

  • Item limiting: You may only use 4 items, excluding Pokéballs of any kind, per battle.
  • Rupees: Each encounter costs 50 rupees; if you want to catch a Pokémon, you need at least 50 rupees. You start the game with 300 rupees. Your starter does not cost any rupees.
  • Rupees: For every NPC trainer you beat, you are rewarded 10 rupees; for every Pokémon that dies, you are deducted 50 rupees. Beating your rival, excluding the first rival fight, earns you 20 rupees and beating a Gym Leader/Elite Four Member earns you 30 rupees and a fairy; beating the Champion gives you 50 rupees.
  • Fairies (catch rule exception): At the beginning of every run, you are granted 3 fairies. A fairy allows you to get any Pokémon you want on any route, but it comes with a catch - you must roll a die every time you summon a fairy. Rolling a 1 or 2 grants you the power of Farore, which means you can only catch your encounter in grass; a 3 or 4 grants you the power of Nayru, meaning you can only Surf or fish for your encounter, and a 5 or 6 grants you the power of Din, meaning your fairy burns up and you can't use it at all.

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