Magic and (maybe) Pokémon!

Posted November 10, 2012 at 11:12am

I know this is probably not a new idea, but I had a thought last night and, well, I evolved it into this. Answer this "test" in the comments and I'll give you a quick analysis on what your powers may be, as well as some other things. Who knows, I might make a story around this concept... ouo Sorry if it's a bit messy.
Mage or Wizard?
Mages specialize in elemental powers; however it is highly unlikely a specialized Mage will use powers outside of their element(s).
Wizards are fairly straightforward magic users, typically specializing in Mind and Basic attacks. More advanced wizards can have powers spanning several elements, but they will not be as strong as a specialized Mage's powers.

1: Choose one of these elements:
Flame (Fire), Water, Life (Grass; also a healing-oriented element), Thunder (Electric), Air, Earth (Rock and Ground), Ice, Shadow (Dark; sometimes a hint of Ghost), Spirit (Ghost with hints of Psychic), Mind (Psychic)
2: Would you choose a secondary element? If so, which one of the above elements would you pick? Secondary elements are not as prominent as your primary element, however having a secondary element can add twists to your chosen element. If you chose Mind, you must choose a secondary element to distinguish yourself from a Wizard.
3: Offensive, Balanced, Defensive, or Ailment-causing? Offensive Mages are focused on pure attack. Balanced Mages have no real speciality in their attacks. A Defensive Mage is one who focuses on their and their teammates' health while wearing the opponent down with their high resistances. An "Ailment-causing" mage is one who puts their opponents at a disadvantage, either to wear them down or to enable their allies to attack with less problems.

1: Offensive, Balanced, Defensive, or Illusionary? The first 3 are the same as described under Mages. Illusionary Wizards are just what they imply; wizards who use illusions and tricks to distract the opponent. They are considered the wizards' counterpart to Ailment-causing Mages.
2: Normal Wizards' magic is considered Basic (Normal-type), and most Wizards have Mind (Psychic) attacks and traits as well. With this in mind, how do you use your normal magic?
3: If you could learn an elemental spell, which of these elements would it most likely be?:
Flame, Life (healing powers, but no powers related to nature or Grass), Thunder, Air, Ice, Shadow (Dark; you will probably be considered a Witch), Spirit (Ghost; this could get you considered a Witch as well depending on your usage of the powers)

4: What is a Pokémon that comes to mind? This will either be your pet, or your spirit animal. Alternatively, you ARE this Pokémon.
5: What is the first color you can think of? This could be used for anything, or nothing. It's here anyways, just in case.
6: Anything else?

November 11, 2012 at 9:32am
4)Luxray <3
5) Green
6) skittles c:
November 11, 2012 at 9:41am
With your elemental combination, you can bring upon nasty plants such as thorny vines and nettles to attack your opponent. Especially nettles. Those are terrible things.
Your pet Luxray, whose fur is shades of green, likes to turn your used nettles and other plants into health-restoring Skittles.
November 10, 2012 at 7:48pm
1. Ice :D
2. Mind
3. Balanced
5. Green
6. *______*
November 11, 2012 at 5:46am
Your elemental combination lets you create ice chunks. With your mind. And then hurl them at your enemies. You also get to inflict brainfreezes and stuff. That's cool.
Your pet is a green-eyed Furret who is more than happy to Ice Beam/Punch your opponents into pieces.
November 10, 2012 at 11:57am
1) Shadow.
2) Mind, but Spirits sound pretty cool, too.
3) Balanced. It's kind of hard to choose.
4) Umbreon. :3
5) Black or red.
6) Layers and layers upon layers of layers of layers.
November 10, 2012 at 12:19pm
Your combination of elements could lead to rather... nefarious uses. You could flood someone's mind with total darkness, you could manifest the darkness inside of your own mind into energy ala Dark Pulse... Just be careful with your powers, okay?
Your thick, several-layer attire somewhat resembles a red-ringed Umbreon. Maybe you ARE an Umbreon... <w< >w>
November 10, 2012 at 11:52am
1: Thunder
2: Life
3: Balanced
4: Ninetales
5: Blue
6: I lances peoples for fun
November 10, 2012 at 12:11pm
Your combination of elements can be a little tricky to handle sometimes, but hey, unless you have a close link with your Life powers there's no harm in accidentally starting a forest fire with a thunderbolt, right? Speaking of which, you COULD have access to indirect Flame attacks if you were to use foliage as a weapon...
Your spirit animal is a blue-eyed Ninetales, who is a speedy thing, helps you with your Life powers, and is very Grass-type like despite its usual typing. It seems to like pressuring you into using the healing properties of your Life element after you lance someone randomly.
November 10, 2012 at 11:20am
1: Shadow
2: Spiriiit~
3: Ailment-causing!
4: Zoroark. >:D
5: Black.
6: Nerp. :P
November 10, 2012 at 11:28am
Who knew the candy lover would be into black magic?! Here's what I've got:
Your elements of choice have given you the ability to become a chaneller of dead spirits. You use them, and your Spirit powers, to torment and disable your opponents. Your pet Zoroark aids you in terrifying your opponent further. But be careful; the spirits may drive you insane...