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Featured: Nuzlocke Character Reference Sheet
A Spark Reignited Pt. 1Baby Taillows chirped in their nest as the sun began to rise up over the horizon. The first rays of light began to creep between the gaps of the branches, shining down on the somber village of Littleroot.A Spark Reignited Pt. 1 by Not2Special
A truck could be heard in the distance, a faint trail of smoke billowing out behind it. Inside the back of the truck, a young man was busy occupying his time with a small device. His face was barely visible in the enclosed space of the truck’s trailer. The tiny device’s light was the only source of illumination that someone could see his face.
The truck suddenly ran over an odd rock in the road, causing the young man to slam his head against an armoire. “Damn it! That’s got to be the fifth rock we’ve hit,” he swore to himself. Rubbing the back of his, the young man returned to his device. We can afford to move to Hoenn but we couldn’t afford a better moving company then this? Way to plan half-way again, dad.
Returning his attention to h
Welcome to Nuzlocke-Challenge!
What are we?
Nuzlocke-Challenge is a group dedicated to the Nuzlocke challenge. Don't know what it is? Look here! www.nuzlocke.com/
What do I submit?
Submit anything ranging to your own fan-comics, fanfics, fanart of the original, or your own custom Nuzlocke rules!
How do I join?
Just click the "Join our group" button.
- You don't need to ask to join!
- Join as a member and you will be able to contribute your Nuzlocke to the group; do not apply to the "Contributor" position, as that is a staff role within the group.
If you have any other questions, please note the club!
If you have any questions or concerns applying to the group or your Nuzlocke, please notify us via note.
Please try to submit your Nuzlocke to the correct folder. If you don't, we will deny it and ask you resubmit correctly.
"Featured" is very specific - only the first entry of the main part of your Nuzlocke goes here.
"Nuzlocke Comics 4" and "literature Nuzlocke" take the rest of your Nuzlocke proper, (including written and picture logs,) as well as any side stories/bonus comics/etc. - with one exception, which is:
"Q&A Nuzlockes". Fairly self-explanatory.
"Prologues and background info" should also be fairly straightforward, but one of our most common mistakes is people submitting prologues to "Featured" (and vice versa, submitting first pages here) - so please be careful, prologues go here, not there! And of course, background info i.e. world-building fits here, too.
"Custom Nuzlocke Rules" has a similar problem - please submit rules here, not to "Featured"!
"Artwork 2" is for just about everything else - cover pages, team profiles/ref sheets, memes, sketches, fan art/gift art, etc. 'Cover pages' is underlined because those are also one of the most common things to be incorrectly submitted to "Featured".
other folders are for group events and should not be submitted to otherwise.
Following these rules makes it easier for readers to find your comic!
PLEASE add a link to your title page and/or prologue on your first page comment section. The admins of this group do not have time to search through your gallery looking for them!
let us know about...
Contests (your own or others)
Any other information about Pokemon and Nuzlockes
...so that we can spread the word!
Every year, the peninsula city of Galida hosts a tournament that draws trainers from far and wide, with a spectacular stadium like those seen usually only in League competitions like Indigo Plateau and Pummelo Island that can change terrain frequently. Not surprisingly, the organizers of the Galida Summer Open have quite a bit of prize money to distribute each year - and the tournament experience is great for all trainers who show up. The accommodations are lavish, the food and ceremonies are amazing, and all transportation is covered.
Trainers come in by the busloads for a shot at the top four in the main tournament, especially since the top two also get "badges" that can be used to join League tournaments, as does the winner of the Open's side tournament. The bus route is quite scenic, running up the peninsula between the sea and a small mountain ridge, with wild Sandshrew, Wingull, Luvdisc, Skiddo, Dedenne, and many others frequently in view. The trainers love coming each year, win or lose, just because of the whole experience of such a fun, carefree tournament.
But this year, it won't be so carefree for one particular bus full of participants... So will YOU join the NOCT2 and find out what situation your team gets thrust in to??
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