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[[http://bravenewworld.dreamwidth.org/profile Here.]] An AlternateUniverse JournalRoleplay set in a {{Franchise/Pokemon}} world. Five hundred years ago, a cataclysmic war between man and Pokémon erupted, ending only when a lone woman, known by her successors as the [[MessianicArchetype Savior]], stepped forward to peacefully end the fighting. Now, society has been rebuilt in a city known as Union, the last known bastion of civilization, and its inhabitants are charged with exploring the world and expanding what they know about it.

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[[http://bravenewworld.''[[http://bravenewworld.dreamwidth.org/profile Here.]] An Brave New World]]'' is an AlternateUniverse JournalRoleplay set in a {{Franchise/Pokemon}} the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' world. It ran for three years before wrapping up in 2016.

Five hundred years ago, a cataclysmic war between man and Pokémon erupted, ending only when a lone woman, known by her successors as the [[MessianicArchetype Savior]], stepped forward to peacefully end the fighting. Now, society has been rebuilt in a city known as Union, the last known bastion of civilization, and its inhabitants are charged with exploring the world and expanding what they know about it.



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%% * ApocalypseHow: The war caused a societal collapse on a (we assume) planetary scale.

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%% * ApocalypseHow: The war caused a societal collapse on a (we assume) planetary scale.



%% * MagicalGirl: The game has quite a few ''Anime/SailorMoon'' and ''Anime/PrettyCure'' characters. And yes, they can transform.

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%% * MagicalGirl: The game has quite a few ''Anime/SailorMoon'' and ''Anime/PrettyCure'' characters. And yes, they can transform.



%% * WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: The universal reaction to finding out that [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Lux and Ezreal]] are dating.

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%% * WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: The universal reaction to finding out that [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Lux and Ezreal]] are dating.dating.
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* AfterTheEnd: By five hundred years.
* AlternateUniverse

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%% * AfterTheEnd: By five hundred years.
%% * AlternateUniverse



* ApocalypseHow: The war caused a societal collapse on a (we assume) planetary scale.
* ArrangedMarriage: Common among the upper classes, as humanity needs to repopulate. Enlightened are often exempt, however.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Characters with the Analyst perk.

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%% * ApocalypseHow: The war caused a societal collapse on a (we assume) planetary scale.
%% * ArrangedMarriage: Common among the upper classes, as humanity needs to repopulate. Enlightened are often exempt, however.
%% * AwesomenessByAnalysis: Characters with the Analyst perk.



* CommLinks: The Warp Bands function as these, but only if they're within transmission range.
* TheEmpire: Gigas.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Characters with the Kindred Soul perk.
* GadgeteerGenius: Characters with the Engineer perk.
* HumanityEnsues: Shifters.
* LamarckWasRight: Enlightened typically derive their powers from being descendants of the Savior.
* MagicalGirl: The game has quite a few ''Anime/SailorMoon'' and ''Anime/PrettyCure'' characters. And yes, they can transform.

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%% * CommLinks: The Warp Bands function as these, but only if they're within transmission range.
%% * TheEmpire: Gigas.
%% * FriendToAllLivingThings: Characters with the Kindred Soul perk.
%% * GadgeteerGenius: Characters with the Engineer perk.
%% * HumanityEnsues: Shifters.
%% * LamarckWasRight: Enlightened typically derive their powers from being descendants of the Savior.
%% * MagicalGirl: The game has quite a few ''Anime/SailorMoon'' and ''Anime/PrettyCure'' characters. And yes, they can transform.



* PersonOfMassDestruction: Trainers with the God of War perk.
* ThePowerOfFriendship: How trainers from Union form bonds with wild Pokémon, rather than using Poké Balls.

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%% * PersonOfMassDestruction: Trainers with the God of War perk.
%% * ThePowerOfFriendship: How trainers from Union form bonds with wild Pokémon, rather than using Poké Balls.



* TrainingFromHell: May or may not be this drastic depending on the trainer, but characters with the Master of Training perk can help their Pokémon grow stronger at a faster rate than normal.



* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: The universal reaction to finding out that [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Lux and Ezreal]] are dating.

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%% * WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: The universal reaction to finding out that [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Lux and Ezreal]] are dating.

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[[http://bravenewworld.dreamwidth.org/profile Here.]] An AlternateUniverse JournalRoleplay set in a {{Franchise/Pokemon}} world. Five hundred years ago, a cataclysmic war between man and Pokémon erupted, ending only when a lone woman, known by her successors as the [[MessianicArchetype Savior]], stepped forward to peacefully end the fighting. Now, society has been rebuilt in a city known as Union, the last known bastion of civilization, and its inhabitants are charged with exploring the world and expanding what they know about it.

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!! This game provides examples of:
* AfterTheEnd: By five hundred years.
* AlternateUniverse
* AndManGrewProud: The reason the war erupted was that humans had treated themselves as lords and masters over their Pokémon, rather than partners.
* ApocalypseHow: The war caused a societal collapse on a (we assume) planetary scale.
* ArrangedMarriage: Common among the upper classes, as humanity needs to repopulate. Enlightened are often exempt, however.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Characters with the Analyst perk.
* BadassNormal: Characters with the Far From Ordinary perk are not Enlightened, but they do display certain Enlightened characteristics by virtue of being just that good.
* BeyondTheImpossible: JustifiedTrope. Characters with the Mastery of Battle perk can find ways to do things in battle that are normally impossible, like having an Electric-type move damage a Ground-type Pokémon.
* CommLinks: The Warp Bands function as these, but only if they're within transmission range.
* TheEmpire: Gigas.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Characters with the Kindred Soul perk.
* GadgeteerGenius: Characters with the Engineer perk.
* HumanityEnsues: Shifters.
* LamarckWasRight: Enlightened typically derive their powers from being descendants of the Savior.
* MagicalGirl: The game has quite a few ''Anime/SailorMoon'' and ''Anime/PrettyCure'' characters. And yes, they can transform.
* OriginalGeneration: The game accepts original characters.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: Trainers with the God of War perk.
* ThePowerOfFriendship: How trainers from Union form bonds with wild Pokémon, rather than using Poké Balls.
* TitleDrop: Happened in the council's speech after the earthquake event concluded.
* TrainingFromHell: May or may not be this drastic depending on the trainer, but characters with the Master of Training perk can help their Pokémon grow stronger at a faster rate than normal.
* {{Transhuman}}: Enlightened. They're humans with Pokémon characteristics, either in terms of ability or physical appearance. It's a continuation of the blessing of the Savior, and all Enlightened within Union can trace ancestry to her at some point.
* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: The universal reaction to finding out that [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Lux and Ezreal]] are dating.

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