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NPCs and other Events; When to decide what level NPC and NPC pokemon are at
Topic Started: Apr 13 2018, 10:57 PM (165 Views)
jinxchan6306
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So my question is this; If you were making bulk NPCs (large about of throw-aways) how would you scale their trainer level to the pokemon level and the number of pokemon.

Allow me to clarify; as a GM learning a new system, I like to make NPCs of each base class then prestige into the advanced classes. Only one of each. So with 9 classes each with 7 Advance classes im making roughly 63 NPCs. I clustered them into randomized groups of 6, each group being predesigned at a specific level starting at 1 and ending on 10 with 3 storyline based NPCs at level 11.

It helps me understand each class better. My problem became when I tried to make pokemon teams for each trainer, all bassed around a preassigned "Starter" pokemon. Usually a Pokemon that related to the individuals advanced class.

Please note: I cannot just "send trainers with level, pokemon level and ammount" after the party because A) that is not the goal of this self torture and B) I only have 1 player ATM.

Any advice is helpful! Thank you.
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Professor Scamander
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Usually TLx2 is the acceptable for Pokemon level, with a minimum of lv 5 for pokemon.

I'd say add one member to the team for every five levels the trainer has. So a level 25 trainer would reach 6 pokemon at lv 50 each. There are probably better ways to do it, but this one is pretty simple and straightforward
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