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Day One—A New Region! Welcome to Rijon!

  • 0d0h0m: A default name is chosen for the second straight game. We are a boy named Paul.
  • 0d0h5m: Bulbasaur is chosen as the starter and named AAA.
  • 0d0h21m: Paul receives a pizza to deliver to Professor Tim.
  • 0d0h47m: Paul catches his first Pokémon, a Geodude named STTqPkPk..]].
  • 0d2h58m: After using up most of his Poké Balls, Paul adds a Diglett to his team.
  • 0d3h4m: His last Poké Ball is used to catch a Zubat.
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  • 0d8h3m: Paul defeats the Merson City Gym leader, Karpman, on the first try. In the process, AAA evolves to Ivysaur.
  • 0d10h44m: Paul receives a Porygon from the programmers.
  • 0d13h47m: Paul defeats his rival, Mura. Shortly after this, he tosses a Great Ball at a Kakuna and catches it, naming it HZZZZZyyy.
  • 0d22h4m: HZZZZZyyy reaches level 10 during a trainer battle, but because Paul loses the battle, it is denied a chance to evolve.
  • 0d23h47m: Paul enters the Name Rater's house and begins renaming all of his Pokémon:
    • Geodude is renamed AJJJJJJaaa.
    • Diglett is renamed AIRRRAAAAA and then BKKTTTTTTT.
    • Kakuna is renamed [[........ . (The space is there to separate the end of the name from the period ending the sentence.)
    • Ivysaur is renamed ————— (that's 10 dashes).
    • Porygon is renamed II—!????!, then IHQPPEE— and finally IHQPPEE—.
    • Zubat is renamed -PkPkPkPkPkPkPk)(.

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Day Two—Freeze! An OLDEN Foe Resurfaces!

  • 1d0h12m: Paul and his newly-renamed team enter the Owsauri City Gym. They lose to the first trainer, a Swimmer.
  • 1d1h12m: Paul defeats both gym trainers and challenges leader Lily. AJJJJJJaaa defeats her Jynx, but her Lapras wipes out Paul's entire team.
  • 1d2h38m: Paul catches a Spearow and names it —xxx;ooqq.
  • 1d3h59m: As Paul attempts to grind his team, two Water-types spin vertically across the screen. Though Brown uses Gen I sprites, where many Pokémon share the same menu sprites, the chat insists they're Seels, and also that it means OLDEN is in Rijon.
  • 1d5h57m: Paul challenges Lily again and fails to even take out her Jynx.
  • 1d9h15m: Paul challenges Lily with a mostly fainted team and loses, then suffers RNG hell (Rock Throw missed, then Powder Snow froze Ivysaur) and loses again.
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  • 1d9h28m: On attempt #5, Geodude gains a level by taking out Jynx, but Lapras wipes out the entire team again, Ivysaur going down to a crit Ice Beam.
  • 1d9h36m: Geodude again takes out Jynx and falls to Lapras on attempt 6. A lucky crit on its first Vine Whip makes it seem like Ivysaur will take out Lapras without taking any damage, but it hangs on and crits with Ice Beam to take Ivysaur out again. However she doesn't heal her Lapras and Actor the Porygon is able to get off a Tackle for the win!
  • 1d12h4m: Paul catches a Weedle and names it AB-.
  • 1d12h50m: Kakuna reaches Level 12 and evolves to Beedrill, learning Fury Attack. Paul then uses his TMs/HMs, teaching Dig to Diglett, Swift to Zubat, and Cut to both Ivysaur (overwriting Vine Whip) and Beedrill.
  • 1d14h53m: In the course of grinding the team, Zubat learns Bite.
  • 1d19h37m: Stick evolves to Graveler.

Day Three—Reality Sets In! The Journey Continues!

  • 2d6h14m: Beedrill reaches Level 16 and learns Focus Energy.
  • ~ 2d11h: Zubat reaches Level 21 and replaces Supersonic with the superior Confuse Ray.
  • 2d11h56m: Zubat reaches Level 22, but has his evolution canceled.
  • 2d13h14m: Paul arrives in Moraga City, home of the third Gym.
  • 2d13h41m: Actor is taught Mimic using a TM, and a few minutes later, Zubat is taught Fly, overwriting Confuse Ray.
  • 2d14h19m: While battling one of the Gym trainers, Zubat levels up, and at the battle's end, he evolves into Golbat.
  • 2d14h33m: Paul challenges the Moraga City Gym Leader, Lois. She uses Grass-types, and all three of them go down in one hit to Golbat's Fly.
  • 2d15h7m: Paul returns to Silk Tunnel with Great Balls and catches a Level 16 Psyduck, naming it AAAAAAAAFF. Anticipating the need for Surf, he returns to Moraga City and deposits Actor the Porygon, withdrawing AAAAAAAAFF.
  • 2d15h52m: Paul enters the Jaeru City Gym.
  • 2d16h18m: Despite getting sent back to Moraga upon blacking out, Paul engages Jaeru City Gym Leader Sparky for the second time. His lead, Raichu, has no way to hurt Bucklett, allowing the little guy to easily get a level. Though he can't sweep the Gym, Paul is nevertheless victorious, his second badge in the span of two hours.
  • 2d17h52m: Paul arrives in Botan City, but then flies to Merson City for no apparent reason.
  • 2d19h0m: Something that the updater describes as "an OLDEN house" appears.
  • 2d20h52m: While back in his hometown, Paul encounters an old man suddenly appearing on the wall of a house where there was previously a clipboard. Upon reading a nearby Town Map, the clipboard returns. Since it's Father's Day, the chat wonders if it's the ghost of Paul's father.

Day Four—A Tame Ride! Vs. Team Rocket!

  • 3d2h25m: Paul starts gambling at the Game Corner and wins lots of coins at the slots.
  • 3d3h15m: Bigger Stick is deposited in the Daycare, then withdrawn again. Bucklett is then deposited, and Paul can't afford to retrieve him. He goes to the prize corner and buys...an Eevee! He names it BBbkkkk.
  • 3d4h2m: Paul buys a Chikorita.
  • 3d5h38m: Paul infiltrates the Rocket Warehouse.
  • 3d7h31m: PK Bat reaches Level 32 and replaces Leech Life with Wing Attack.
  • 3d7h46m: Paul challenges Giovanni! However, his team's already almost completely spent, so it's a quick loss.
  • 3d9h11m: Paul defeats Giovanni.
  • 3d10h21m: While in a house with Lavender Town's music, a glitch changes words into a man. The house is also tinted blood red. Chat is convinced they've wound up in a creepypasta. Shortly afterwards, Paul is informed that Mr. Rumiko is missing.
  • 3d10h36m: An NPC tells Paul that MissingNo.s are around.
  • 3d11h12m: Dashasaur reaches Level 32 and fails to evolve.
  • 3d12h48m: Bigger Stick also fails to evolve as the Trade Stonenote  is tossed.
  • 3d15h49m: Brackets/Hazy/Fletchizard/whatever reaches level 20 and overwrites Fury Attack with Twinneedle.
  • 3d16h50m: Paul reaches Castro Valley and heads for the Gym, hoping to earn his fifth badge.
  • 3d17h44m: The stream's visuals go down, but inputs are still being accepted and audio is still working.
  • 3d17h45m: The Gym Leader Theme starts playing, indicating that Paul has challenged Koji.
  • 3d17h47m: Paul blacks out. The stream is also still blacked out.
  • 3d17h50m: Visuals return.
  • 3d17h56m: On the second attempt, Paul defeats Koji and earns the Fist Badge.
  • 3d19h28m: Golbat reaches Level 43 and does not learn Haze.

Day Five—You Shouldn't Have Done That! Ghostly Battles!

  • 4d0h3m: In democracy, a Rare Candy is given to Ivysaur, allowing him to finally evolve to Venusaur at Level 34.
  • 4d8h20m: Paul returns to the Haunted Forest without his Virus Scan, leaving him helpless to see the ghosts as anything other than Missingno.
  • 4d8h35m: Paul finds the Ruby Egg.
  • 4d8h51m: Paul finds Mr. Rumiko and gets the Poké Flute at his house.
  • 4d9h22m: Paul finds the Emerald Egg.
  • 4d9h56m: Paul gets another Trade Stone. The chat pushes for democracy to use it.
  • 4d10h35m: The chat manages to use the Trade Stone in anarchy! Bigger Stick evolves to Biggest Stick!
  • 4d12h13m: While trying to use the Poké Flute to wake Snorlax up, he flies back to Gravel Town.
  • 4d14h57m: At level 36, Golem replaces Harden with Earthquake.
  • 4d15h12m: Psyduck's Tail Whip is replaced with Pay Day via TM, but a few minutes later, Pay Day is replaced with Surf.
  • 4d20h49m: Paul finds a Prism Key and heads into the Seashore Gym. He blacks out back to Jaeru City, however.
  • 4d22h57m: Democracy is activated.
    • 4d23h2m: The Magic Wand is used on Eevee! Eevee evolves to Sylveon!
    • 4d23h17m: Paul flies back to Seashore City.
    • 4d23h24m: Paul withdraws the Poké Flute, Red Amulet, and Rare Candy from his home PC.
    • 4d23h30m: Paul uses the Rare Candy on Sylveon (wanted to use it on Golbat, but even democracy is fallible), and Sylveon learns Fairy Wind.
  • 4d23h46m: Back in Anarchy, Paul flies to Gravel Town instead of surfing. He walks back to Seashore.

Day Six—Catching Up! Everyone, Get Stronger!

  • 5d0h48m: Sylveon reaches Level 14 and learns Quick Attack.
  • 5d6h50m: Paul enters the Gym, which looks exactly like the outside of Seashore City.
  • 5d7h2m: Sylveon reaches level 17 and Golem reaches level 39, the former replacing Quick Attack with Swift.
  • 5d7h19m: Democracy is activated after too many accidental Fly uses, and the gym is navigated in democracy.
  • 5d7h36m: Anarchy is reactivated to challenge Gym Leader Sherel.
  • 5d7h38m: Like Lois, Sherel goes down to a flurry of Fly (multiple crits were involved, plus one of her Psychic-types was the flying-weak Exeggutor), and like Karpman, the battle ends with an evolution as Golbat reached level 50 during the battle and successfully evolved into Crobat!
  • 5d11h3m: Sylveon reaches Level 20 and replaces Sand-Attack with Draining Kiss.
  • 5d21h45m: Paul buys the TM for Wood Hammer from the Game Corner, then teaches it to Venusaur, overwriting Poisonpowder. Also, progress over this stretch has been impeded by multiple stream outages, as well as the fact that they're trying to get up Cycling Road.

Day Seven—An Uphill Battle! Push Onwards to Johto!

  • 6d1h45m: In democracy, Paul buys two Rare Candies. He uses one on Crobat, bringing it to Level 55, and one on Venusaur, bringing it to Level 41. Both try to learn new moves—Haze and Growth, respectively—and neither is allowed to do so.
  • 6d4h49m: Psyduck reaches level 27 and replaces Confusion with Psybeam.
  • 6d5h57m: Paul finally reaches the top of Cycling Road and enters Johto! However, there's a Snorlax preventing him from reaching any cities or towns. The chat furiously tries to invoke democracy.
  • 6d6h12m: It's no good. Crobat flies Paul back to Gravel Town. Progress back up Cycling Road is further slowed by the input system lagging.
  • 6d8h23m: About half an hour after getting back to the top of Cycling Road, Democracy is finally activated.
  • 6d9h9m: Paul finally arrives in Azalea Town.
  • 6d9h33m: Paul challenges Bugsy and loses.
  • 6d10h5m: Oddly, there's still a trainer other than Bugsy available to challenge in the gym after losing to him a second time.
  • 6d10h23m: Despite the team not being at full health this time, while it was on attempt #2, Paul defeats Bugsy on his third try. He selects a Gligar as his reward and names it AABKLPTW)Y.
  • 6d12h23m-6d13h30m: Paul catches a Yanma named -, a Phanpy named AA-STUUMMN, a Slowpoke named BHIHHHkkpPk, a Cubone named ((VM-, and a Natu named AAAITV. Sylveon fails to learn Disable during this time.
  • 6d14h51m: Paul catches a Ditto and doesn't give it a nickname.
  • 6d15h12m: Paul catches a Marill, which also isn't nicknamed.
  • 6d16h1m: Progress is halted by Gen I Bag Mechanics, as there's an item in a 1-square-wide path needed to continue and the bag is full. Finally, they use up the last Poké Ball and get a Dusk Stone.
  • 6d19h59m: In Democracy, TM 15 is used to teach Hyper Beam to Beedrill.
  • 6d21h8m: Paul enters the Out-of-town Gym.
  • 6d21h16m: Golem learns Explosion, overwriting Mud-Slap.
  • 6d21h47m: Paul defeats Gym Leader Joe on the first attempt.
  • 6d23h38m: In Moroga Town, Paul enters a restaurant that apparently has the best burgers in town. Chat believes that Sylveon has the best burgers in town.

Day Eight—Almost There! Prepare for the League Challenge!

  • 7d0h52m: Paul arrives in Eagulou City and heads to Eagulou Park, Rijon's equivalent of the Safari Zone. He catches an Exeggcute named AAAJJR, two Nidoran Male (one named AA, the other without a nickname), and an Electabuzz (also no nickname).
  • 7d1h47m: Stream goes black again, leading to more blind playing. Or the most focus that the PMD sidegame got ever. Visuals come back after 34 minutes.
  • 7d2h51m: Golem's Explosion is overwritten with Strength.
  • 7d4h16m: More gambling with a purpose. After about an hour, Paul buys 3 Rare Candies.
  • 7d6h18m: Democracy is invoked. Two of the Rare Candies are used on Sylveon and the last on Psyduck, bringing both to Level 33. Sylveon opts not to learn Light Screen, while Psyduck opts to become a Golduck. Crobat learns Hyper Beam, replacing Bite, while Golduck learns Strength and Ice Beam, replacing Disable and Bubble.
  • 7d8h51m: Paul enters the 8th Gym with a nearly depleted party. He beats a couple of trainers anyway, since Crobat's still able to fight, and then leaves, heading to Eagulou Park again instead.
  • 7d10h17m: Paul catches a female Nidoran and names it WX[[, then finds himself unable to catch anything else as the box is full. He finds a Nugget, TM 48, and a Full Restore.
  • 7d11h57m: Paul challenges the final Gym Leader: Giovanni. It's a quick loss as only Crobat is able to fight and even he's in the red.
  • 7d12h33m: With a full-strength party, Paul is victorious! 8th Badge Get!
  • 7d14h12m: In democracy, Paul buys a TM 24 and uses it to teach Thunderbolt to Sylveon, overwriting Swift. He also teaches Rock Slide to Golem and uses a Rare Candy on Beedrill.
  • 7d19h55m: Following another lengthy bout of gambling, Paul buys 10 more Rare Candies. Democracy is used to raise Beedrill from Level 27 to Level 34 (Pin Missile overwriting Harden at Level 30) and Sylveon from Level 34 to Level 37 (Tackle replaced with Moonblast).
  • 7d22h45m: Democracy is activated again to traverse Eagulou Park and empty it of items.
  • 7d23h38m: The TM for Double-Edge is used to teach it to Beedrill, overwriting Pin Missile.

Day Nine—The Legendary Battles! Prepare for the League!

  • 8d9h17m: In Democracy, Paul changes the PC Box, allowing him to begin catching more Pokémon. The day thus far has been one long grinding session.
  • 8d9h41m: Paul enters Eagulou Park and receives 30 Park Balls.
  • 8d10h49m: A Legendary appears. It's Mewtwo! Level 50. Paul runs away.
  • 8d11h7m: Paul catches a Rhyhorn and names it __xxxx)))). Shortly after, his time in the park runs out. Paul enters the cave next to the park entrance.
  • 8d11h59m: It's Articuno! Paul tries to run, but can't. Then Golem faints, and with Venusaur out, he manages to escape.
  • 8d13h7m: Paul catches a Seel and names it HHHI—-AAB.
  • 8d13h15m: Paul returns to the Park, where he catches a Nidorina, a Bellsprout, and a Growlithe. The Bellsprout's name is -MnRH and the Growlithe's name is A.
  • 8d15h24m-8d15h48m: Paul catches a Magmar and names it -, a male Nidoran which he names xxxAAA, a Nidorino which he names AA, and a Rhyhorn which he names jjjjrrjj.
  • 8d16h30m: Paul catches an Onix and doesn't nickname it.
  • 8d16h47m: Paul catches a Machoke named AAABBB.
  • 8d17h34m: Paul arrives in Moraga City and buys Great Balls.
  • 8d18h15m: Paul uses all his Ultra Balls to obtain a Pidgey, named xxxxMnMnQQQQ, then adds a Paras named C-.
  • 8d19h10m: Paul finishes getting through ledge hell and reaches the badge check gates to Victory Road.
  • 8d19h21m: Rijon has no "Victory Road" as we know it. Paul is at the Pokémon League!
  • 8d19h34m: Paul challenges the first member of the Elite Four, "Red". Not surprisingly, she looks a lot like Lorelei. She uses Fire-types, but her Gen I AI is especially bad and even with access to damaging, super-effective moves, she mostly spams Agility against Beedrill and Venusaur. Venusaur eventually falls, but Beedrill, even as the lowest-level member of the party and facing a level deficit, survives the battle.
  • 8d19h43m: Jared is the second member of the Elite Four, and he uses Poison-types. His Crobat eventually takes out Beedrill, but he, too, is defeated on the first try.
  • 8d19h50m: Agatha is still the third member of the Elite Four, and she still uses Ghost-types—essentially her RBY team only with a Mismagius instead of the Haunter and her Golbat evolved to Crobat. Not that Paul discovers this on this run as she only needs two Pokémon to finish off the rest of Paul's team. Elite Four attempt #1 ends in failure.
  • 8d20h2m: AAAAAAAC the Fearow is captured.
  • 8d20h16m: Paul catches an Arbok and then an Ekans, nicknaming neither.
  • 8d20h49m: Now on a splinter route, a Level 35 Azumarill is captured and named ACSS X[♂♂~.
  • 8d21h24m: Paul discovers the glory of Helix. Shortly afterwards, a wild Aerodactyl is encountered.
  • 8d22h15m: We talk to Professor Tim's aide, but he says we have only 49 Pokémon captured. We're quite certain it's 50, and our Pokédex confirms it.
  • 8d22h40m: ABAAI the Meowth is captured to make sure that Tim's aide knows that we have 50, and Paul gets the Exp. All. Koolboyman confirms that this oversight came from the recoding required to add Sylveon to the game; its Seen/Caught flags are in a different location than the others, so the aide isn't looking at them when he checks your Pokédex.
  • 8d23h27m: Run #2 begins.
  • 8d23h50m: Run #2 ends, again at Agatha.

Day Ten—To Be A Master! Defeating The Elite Four!

  • 9d0h14m: Crobat grows to level 70 as Agatha is defeated. Golem and Golduck are also still capable of battling.
  • 9d0h21m: Run #3 ends on Drake, the Dragon-type trainer.
  • 9d0h31m: Koolboyman comes through with some other interesting info, looking up our party's I Vs and using Gold's gender ratios to determine the genders of our party. Amazingly, even though Venusaur and Sylveon are both species with a ratio of 7 males to 1 female, the only males in the party are Beedrill and Crobat. (Though given that genders in Gen II were determined by Attack IV, it's not surprising to learn that Crobat's male.)
  • 9d0h40m: Red is defeated without losing any Pokémon. Progress!
  • 9d1h9m: Run #4 ends at Agatha.
  • 9d1h47m: Golduck does not learn Fury Swipes at level 48.
  • 9d1h53m: After nearly sweeping both Red and Jared, Golduck is knocked out. Crobat misses twice with Fly before finally finishing Jared off.
  • 9d2h9m: Golem is taken out by Agatha's Mismagius, leaving a blackout imminent as Beedrill, with only Normal-type moves, is the last Pokémon remaining.
  • 9d3h7m: On Run #7, Paul defeats Agatha again. He takes out Drake's Kingdra, Dragonite, Aerodactyl, and Gyarados, but falls to his final Pokémon, a Charizard.
  • 9d3h53m: Run #8 results in Paul's first victory over Drake! All that's left for the Champion battle is a wounded Beedrill and a full-health Golem, though. Golem takes out Mura's Dodrio, but his Tyranitar takes out both of Paul's remaining Pokémon.
  • 9d4h8m: Run #9 hits a major snag. Inputs die; the stream goes down; the Google Chrome error message comes up; things briefly go red (chat is screaming about blood, because it's been that kind of run...things return to normal about an hour and a half later.
  • 9d5h34m: ...Only to crash again twice in the span of three minutes.
  • 9d6h2m: Agatha mercifully puts an end to Run #9.
  • 9d6h42m: Sylveon tanks a Water Gun from Drake's Kingdra with 1 HP and Moonblasts it to red, then manages to set up a number of Amnesias as Kingdra uses Agility and Leer. Just as the mob manages to select a damaging attack, Kingdra uses Water Gun to finish Sylveon off. Drake's Charizard again finishes the attempt off.
  • 9d7h14m: On Run #11, Golduck is finally able to solo both Red and Jared.
  • 9d7h37m: Run #11 reaches Drake with Sylveon, Golem, and Crobat still standing. Thanks in part to a missed Hydro Pump early and insistence on setting up Agility, Kingdra allows Sylveon to set up a bunch of Amnesia, which in Gen I works like Calm Mind. Draining Kiss nearly restores her health completely as it takes out Kingdra, and thanks to all the buffing, she steamrolls his entire team.
  • 9d7h47m: Sylveon's Thunderbolt takes out Mura's Dodrio, but she's out of Draining Kisses and for some reason uses Thunderbolt instead of Moonblast against Tyranitar. Mercifully, Gen I AI is as horrible as ever, and the Poison-type's weakness to Ground makes Tyranitar spam a completely useless Earthquake against Crobat.
  • 9d7h50m: Mura's Weezing spams Smokescreen against Crobat, presumably since as a Normal-type move it deals "neutral damage" while all of Weezing's Poison-type moves would be ineffective. Fortunately for Paul, Crobat knows Swift. During the battle against Weezing, Fly runs out of PP.
  • 9d7h52m: Mura sends in Leafeon. Though hampered drastically by Weezing's smoke, Crobat manages to Hyper Beam it into submission.
  • 9d7h54m: Mura's fifth Pokémon is Politoed. Crobat keeps missing every non-Swift attack he tries, running out of Hyper Beam PP in the process, but he's got plenty of time to get over to Swift because Politoed knows Amnesia, which according to Gen I AI is super effective against Crobat and should therefore be spammed.
  • 9d7h57m: Mura's last Pokémon is Charizard. Paul switches to Golem, but is unable to land a Rock Slide before getting taken out by Dragonbreath.
  • 9d7h59m: With his accuracy restored, Crobat hits Charizard with a Wing Attack. Dragon Breath doesn't hurt too much.
  • 9d8h0m: Crobat switches to Swift, but Charizard's Fire Blast hits hard. Crobat's at about 16% HP, likely one hit away from fainting, and without Hyper Beam or Fly, Charizard should easily be able to survive his next attack. Crobat uses Swift to take Charizard down to the red, and Charizard uses Fire Blast...
  • 9d8h1m: ...which misses. Crobat's next Swift is a critical hit! Paul is the Rijon League Champion!
  • 9d8h6m: We are informed that Brown will not end until we've beaten the postgame dungeon. We're back in Gravel Town.
  • 9d11h50m: Paul progresses through the Power Plant and challenges Raikou. He consults Helix for guidance.
  • 9d11h54m: The box is full. He can't catch Raikou.
  • 9d16h13m: In democracy, Paul switches the box.
  • 9d16h57m: Paul challenges Entei. He can't even hit it with his Poké Balls, and eventually gets Roared away.
  • 9d17h59m: One championship evidently isn't enough, as Paul challenges the Elite Four again.
  • 9d18h10m: Democracy briefly activates, but is quickly killed. Agatha then sends Paul packing.
  • 9d18h16m: He apparently last checkpointed in a postgame location as Paul is already facing trainers with Level 77 Pokémon just a few minutes after losing at the Elite Four.
  • 9d18h55m: The stream briefly goes down. Paul has already blacked out twice since his loss to Agatha, less than an hour ago.
  • 9d19h20m: Venusaur does not learn Synthesis.
  • 9d20h24m: Golduck doesn't learn Hydro Pump at Level 59. Two more blackouts since the previous entry.
  • 9d20h39m: Once again, the stream takes the concept of Paul blacking out entirely too literally and crashes for a little bit.
  • 9d20h41m: Revo steps in and explains that for some reason, donations were crashing the stream. Naturally, fixing this is an urgent matter.
  • 9d20h42m: Paul reenters the final dungeon.
  • 9d21h44m: Paul defeats a Rocket in the dungeon. We are informed that that means he has defeated 20 out of 51 trainers in the dungeon.
  • 9d22h41m: Crobat reaches level 80! A moment later, Paul blacks out.
  • 9d23h14m: Paul blacks out back to Hayward City, now at 24/51 defeated. The mob activates Democracy to clean out the bag.
  • 9d23h56m: Paul consults the Helix Fossil, which presumably tells him what to do on Day 11.

Day Eleven—The Incredible Dungeon! Fight On to the Finish!

  • 10d0h11m: Paul blacks out again, now at 25/51.
  • 10d1h30m: Three more trainers defeated before this blackout.
  • 10d2h41m: Paul defeats Trainer #31, then heads upstairs and finds a purification zone, healing his party.
  • 10d4h4m: Now at 33/51 defeated, Paul receives a Legendary gift: Ho-oh! Nickname is A.
  • 10d4h8m: Paul realizes he forgot to bring the card key.
  • 10d4h27m: Golem is knocked out by a wild Pokémon before we can return to the healing area, resulting in a blackout.
  • 10d5h18m: The Dome Fossil is found, but there's no room in the bag for it.
  • 10d5h47m: Democracy is briefly activated to heal, and the final area is reached. 34/51 defeated.
  • 10d6h17m: Golem pulls off a clutch win, and Paul heads back to heal.
  • 10d6h25m: Though there are still 15 other trainers around as well, Paul is facing what appears to be the final boss: Pallet Patrol, with all his Pokémon at Level 100. Paul manages to take out his Meganium and Typhlosion, but falls to his Feraligatr.
  • 10d7h32m: An Ariados is captured and named AAAAaaaaaa. A Dugtrio had also been captured shortly before.
  • 10d8h6m: ahqqpppPOX the Poliwhirl is captured.
  • 10d8h19m: Pallet Patrol is challenged again. Meganium is quickly taken out by Crobat, and thanks to Gen I crit mechanics, he lands a crit to take care of Typhlosion as well. Feraligatr takes Crobat out.
  • 10d8h22m: Golduck is sent out because Gen I AI will prevent Feraligatr from using its damaging moves on it. It Screeches a lot as Golduck takes it down.
  • 10d8h24m: The Gen I AI cheesing continues as it's now Ampharos vs. Venusaur, and Ampharos spams Light Screen at the Poison-type.
  • 10d8h26m: Up fifth for the Pallet Patrol is Rhyperior. Unfortunately, Venusaur can't get off any Grass-type attacks before getting taken out.
  • 10d8h28m: Beedrill comes in to replace Venusaur. This should be a rout, as Beedrill is weak to Rock and neutral to Ground...but for some reason, it isn't. Beedrill Swords Dances multiple times, Hyper Beams a couple of times, and wins the battle! ...Yeah, he only had 5 of them. Go figure.
  • 10d8h31m: Master Ball obtained! Looks like this still isn't the end condition.
  • 10d8h34m: A mysterious bird is found, and we are told that Twitch Plays Pokémon Prism will be coming in September. By the game itself.
  • 10d8h37m: Correction: this was the win condition, but we've got another 24 hours or less to continue doing stuff.
  • 10d11h0m: The Master Ball is used on a Poliwag, nicknamed AAABVVNNNN.
  • 10d11h55m: AKBBCLCC the Totodile is purchased at the Game Corner.
  • 10d13h32m: Paul obtains the Dome Fossil.
  • 10d13h48m: An Ariados, a Nidorino, and a Dugtrio are captured; none are nicknamed.
  • 10d19h59m: A push is made to retrieve Bucklett from the Daycare.
  • 10d20h30m: Paul is battling the Elite Four, now with Bucklett replacing Hazy/Brackets/Whatever. Bucklett faints.
  • 10d20h57m: Only Crobat is still standing as Paul reaches Mura. Democracy is briefly activated to switch the positions of Fly and Wing Attack.
  • 10d21h7m: Mura's Charizard finishes off the run after Crobat sweeps through the rest.
  • 10d21h10m: Bucklett is now a Level 54 Dugtrio as Paul tries again. It manages to take out some of Red's Pokémon before falling.
  • 10d21h46m: Drake takes out the run.
  • 10d21h53m: Bucket solos Red!
  • 10d22h11m: Thanks to knowing when to fold them, Bucket isn't taken out until meeting Drake's Kingdra.
  • 10d22h31m: Biggest Stick tanks a Self-Destruct from Mura's Weezing.
  • 10d22h33m: Godbat Hyper Beams Politoed and Charizard into submission. Paul is Champion yet again.
  • 10d23h27m: Paul is gambling yet again. He manages to buy 3 Chikoritas, then spends a bunch more money on Rare Candies.
  • 10d25h55m: Paul begins systematically giving the Rare Candies to Godbat, hoping to get him into the Level 100 Club before the stream cuts out.
  • 10d26h1m: A misclick sends Paul to save instead, with Crobat at Level 98. He can't get back to it in time, and the run ends. A couple of hours later, Revo announces that while Prism will still be in September, there will be another run in late July as well.
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