[There are 15 new challengers in Super Smash Bros Brawl. This series will feature each new contender and rank them on their fighting potential with the Infendo Smash-O-Meter! The Smash-O-Meter measures each character (on a scale of 0 to 300) on their uniqueness and potential as a great Brawler. Spoilers are present, so be careful if you wish to remain unspoilt. Big thanks to today’s guest writer: Will]
In the world of PokÃ©mon when a child comes of age (usually 10 years old) they can start an adventure by themselves to become a PokÃ©mon Trainer. They usually get their first PokÃ©mon as a gift from the local PokÃ©mon research facility. A PokÃ©mon Trainer’s goal is to become the best they can be, by capturing as many PokÃ©mon as they can and training them to compete in contests varying from battles or in pageants for beauty.
PokÃ©mon Fire Red, PokÃ©mon Leaf Green.
Usually a PokÃ©mon trainer has 6 PokÃ©mon on him at all times, however, that doesn’t mean you’re not a trainer if you don’t. Just having one PokÃ©mon on you means you’re a trainer, but usually when entering a tournament of some sort you should have 6. For this PokÃ©mon Trainer to enter the Smash Bros Stadium with only 3, is he insane, or does he have an ace up his sleeve? That ace may be the Charizard he has as one of the three PokÃ©mon, or it might be the other two, Squirtle and Ivysaur. Who knows, but does he have what it takes to own the Stadium?
Based on the PokÃ©mon Trainer’s trained PokÃ©mon, how would you rank him?