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    Age Application to Certain Pokémon [Closed]

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    Post by Guest Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:29 pm

    So normally, pokémon are required to have an age, labeled as either Baby/Toddler/Child/Prepubescent/Adolescent/Young Adult/Adult/Mature Adult/Elder, or something along those lines, right?

    But what if the pokémon in question is one that does not age, or does not age normally?

    So certain kinds of pokémon that would likely fit into this category would be:
    • Machinery-based pokémon [i.e. Klink evolution line, Magnemite line]
    • Golem/relic-based pokémon [i.e. Baltoy line, Golett line, Solrock and Lunatone, Bronzor line]
    • Some inanimate object-based pokémon [i.e. Roggenrola line, although those three pokémon could arguably given an age]
    • Miscellaneous pokémon [i.e. Sigilyph (arguably could be put into Relic line?)]
    • ??? pokémon [i.e. Cryogonal, Porygon line]
    • And of course, most ghost types, or at least those that are confirmed to be spirits from the dead.


    Would their 'date of creation/date of revival' be listed instead? Or would their age be given in real numbers instead of a generalization? I remember that when I made Lady Midday, my Mismagius, I had given both her 'physical age' and 'literal/chronological age'; so maybe ghost types would work like that?

    Just something I was wondering since I was considering making a Golurk and/or Bronzong. o/


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    Post by Mewtwo Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:36 pm

    For sake of clarity please post the age indicator without any numbers. Age is so we can determine the validity of levels of a character and their mental development.

    I know these types of Pokemon don't actually age like a normal character but they must be held to the same standards or they risk too much abuse and godmodding. I hope this helps answer your question.


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    Post by Guest Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:46 pm

    Mm, alright. Sounds good to me! o/ Thread may be closed now.

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