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Welcome back to the Pokemon Olympic Games! We've had two slower paced events recently but it's time for another intense faster pace race. Today our event shall be the Mountain climbing Race. In this event Pokemon will climb up steep slopes and climb up rocky cliffs until they reach to the top of the mountain. This requires heavy upper body strenght, Endurance and of course Climbing speed. Before we introduce the contestants let's review the results from out last event the Aerial Marathon.
Event #5: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=207166&page=1#
Event #5 Results: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=7486080
Overall Individual Results: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=7456846
This competition has 12 competitors and works very much like the best user competition where each position will be given points ranging from 1 to 12 where the one with the most points at the end of the time limit wins. Here is an example of how you vote in this competition.
until the final Pokemon has been given 1 point. In the mountain climb/rock climbing competition users will be allowed to vote once and only once.
Now that the rules have been explained, we will now introduce the Pokemon that have been selected to represent the 6 teams in this competition.
Representing team Generation 1 Kanto, we have:
Representing team Generation 2 Johto, we have:
Representing team Generation 3 Hoenn, we have:
Representing team Generation 4, Sinnoh, we have:
Representing team Generation 5, Unova, we have:
Representing team Generation 6, Kalos, we have:
Voting for this event will last only 24 hours.
Commentators: After a magnificent display last time by team Gen 1 we have another exciting race on the line right now. Generation one has brought out Machamp and Nidoking. Both are strong Pokemon but Machamp has 4 arms which should help him climb the mountain faster. Generation 2 has brought in Heracross and Ursaring. Both are strong Pokemon as well so climbing the mountain shouldn't be an issue for them. Generation 3 has brought in Sceptile and Blaziken. Both of these Pokemon are fast climbers so you'd better keep an eye on them. Generation 4 has brought in Infernape and Gallade. A fast powerful climbing duo. With a board this strong things are bound to get interesting and we've still got 2 more teams to go. Representing team Generation 5 we have Excadrill and Beartic. A strong set of climbers and due to excadril's claws finding a grip in this rocky cliff is going to be very easy making him another big candidate in this race. Finally, representing team Generation 6 we have Chenaught and Greninja. Chesnaught is a strong climber and greninja is very much able to stick to walls. These two should not be underestimated.
The Athletes are now under starting orders. On your mark, get set, Bang!