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Ok, so here's the deal. When I was 10, my brother received Super Smash Bros. for the N64. It was a lot of fun; we both enjoyed it. At that time, I came up with this crazy idea to make them into Gym Leaders to replace the other Gym Leaders, who were out of commission for events that happened in the anime. Even though it was the start of the story, these events still occurred before then for reasons that were eventually formed later on. The Gym Leaders consist of 8 of the 12 original Super Smash fighters, including the unlockable characters. Obviously, Pikachu and Jigglypuff are not Gym Leaders but there is 1 Pikachu owned by 1 Gym Leader and 1 Jigglypuff owned by another. The 8 Gym Leaders and the major settlements in the Kanto region they're representing are of the following: Fox-Pewter City Mario-Cerulean City Kirby-Vermillion City Capt. Falcon-Saffron City Link-Celadon City Donkey Kong-Fuchsia City Samus-Cinnabar Island Ness-Viridian City The badges of each Gym Leader consists of their symbols in the Super Smash games. Fox-the Starfox symbol aka the Starfox Badge Mario-the Mushroom icon aka the Mushroom Badge Kirby-his star icon aka the Star Badge Capt. Falcon-his falcon icon aka the Falcon Badge Link-the Triforce symbol aka the Triforce Badge Donkey Kong-his initials aka the DK Badge Samus-her Screw Attack icon aka the Bounty Badge Ness-the Earthbound symbol aka the Earthbound Badge This was always one of my favorite pastimes when writing this story and as absurd as this idea may seem, it's been a lot of fun coming up with this and it has become an important event for my story in more ways than 1.
Ok, for my Gym Leader line-up in my story, I have hand picked Pokemon for them that represent their personalities, where they live, their abilities and all other things that represent them. For each Gym Leader, I have chosen the following these Pokemon for these reasons: For Fox, I have chosen Vulpix and Ninetales because they are both fox Pokemon. Does it get any more obvious than that? For Mario, I chose Bellsprout because of the plant life being highly important in the Mushroom Kingdom, Parasect because of the mushroom on its back represents the Mushroom Kingdom and Marowak because it somewhat reminds me of Dry Bones For Kirby, I picked Staryu because of its symbol being a star, Jigglypuff because they're both round puffballs and Ditto because it can change its form, somewhat like Kirby For Capt. Falcon, I chose Spearow and Fearow because they are both bird Pokemon, which are much like his alias being the name of an actual bird For Link, I selected Shellder because he started his adventure small and its shell somewhat represents his shield, Sandslash because of its arms that can slash things like his sword, Scyther because its arms are blades, which is perfect for him and Dodrio because of the 3 heads representing the 3 triangles of the Triforce, the symbol of Hyrule For Donkey Kong, I picked out 4 fighting-type Pokemon to represent DK's boastful strength. There's Primape because of its an ape Pokemon to represent DK being an ape, the others are Hitmonchan because of his abs are represented by the punching fiend's signature arm-based attacks and Machoke and Machamp because they are both big and burly like DK For Samus, I picked Voltorb because of her Morph Ball ability which releases explosives, Magmar was something my brother suggested and I stuck with it because it represents a handful of her attacks and Dragonair because it is as elusive as her For Ness, I picked Doduo because like Ness, it appears normal but has special abilities, Pikachu because the name PK reminds me a lot of Pikachu and Kadabra because it is psychic, much like him If you have better suggestions for these characters of what Pokemon you think they should have, please let me know. I might be able to become inspired by your ideas, or maybe offended. Either way, it is what it is.
Super Smash Bros.: This introduced a lot of the major Nintendo characters to what would eventually be the Ultimate Story Paper Mario: This introduced a number of other important characters as well as officially decided on the major design and appearance of the Mushroom Kingdom Rayman 2 The Great Escape: This brought along a handful of a few more important characters and introduces an important feature to the Ultimate Story Kirby 64 The Crystal Shards: This brought about another important character that gradually became a part of the story Donky Kong 64: This brought forth the start of an important plot that eventually became a lot more essential than it seemed at the time Starfox 64: This eventually brought forth an important event in the story that involved the many occurences in the game Banjo-Tooie: This introduced a few important characters to the story as well as another major setting for the story