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Today marks the beginning of a new chapter in my lifelong fandom of the Pokémon franchise, and the first step in my true journey to be a Pokémon Master. In the video above, you can watch me kick off a Nuzlocke run of Pokémon Y; a run which I will document in a brand new video series.
What's a Nuzlocke run? The ruleset originated in this comic series of the same name, which describes a hardcore, potentially super punishing way of playing the game. There are only two core Nuzlocke rules:
- The player can only catch the first Pokémon they encounter in each area.
- If a Pokémon is KOed in battle, they are considered dead, and must be released as soon as possible.
Over the years, the Nuzlocke-running community has developed tons of...[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_StruwFQWyY&w=1280&h=720]