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== Gameplay and plot ==
 
== Gameplay and plot ==
In Pokémon Insurgence, the player travels across the Torren region. The story follows a young hero as they set off on their own Pokémon journey to get the 8 gym badges. In the Torren region, there are various cults that are extremely violent at accomplishing their goals by killing countless innocents.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://p-insurgence.com/|title=Pokemon Insurgence|website=p-insurgence.com|access-date=2019-09-30}}</ref> The Augur is responsible for keeping Torren safe and is known as the highest-ranking trainer in the entire region.  In the games, the current and second Augur is Jaern who lacks the charisma and qualifications of his predecessor the first Augur. Because of this, the cults remain active despite there being an Augur. A year after Jaern becomes the Augur, the player's memories are wiped and they wake up in the lair of one of the cults: The Cult of Darkrai.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence|title=Pokémon Insurgence (Video Game)|website=TV Tropes|access-date=2019-09-30}}</ref>
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In Pokémon Insurgence, the player travels across the Torren region. The story follows a young hero as they set off on their own Pokémon journey to get the 8 gym badges. In the Torren region, there are various cults that are extremely violent at accomplishing their goals by killing countless innocents.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://p-insurgence.com/|title=Pokemon Insurgence|website=p-insurgence.com|access-date=2019-09-30}}</ref> The Augur is responsible for keeping Torren safe and is known as the highest-ranking trainer in the entire region.  In the games, the current and second Augur is Jaern who lacks the charisma and qualifications of his predecessor the first Augur. Because of this, the cults remain active despite there being an Augur. A year after Jaern becomes the Augur, the player's memories are wiped and they wake up in the lair of one of the cults: The Cult of Darkrai.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/PokemonInsurgence|title=Pokémon Insurgence (Video Game)|website=TV Tropes|access-date=2019-09-30}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.mic.com/articles/125073/pokemon-insurgence-dark-and-gritty-fan-game|title=You've Never Seen Pokémon This Dark and Gritty|website=Mic|language=en|access-date=2020-01-15}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://meteamedia.org/15312/entertainment/a-look-on-pokemon-fan-games/|title=A look on Pokemon fan games|last=Ward|first=Brandt|website=METEA MEDIA|access-date=2020-01-15}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 07:16, 16 January 2020

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Original short description: "Pokémon fan game"

Pokémon Insurgence is a Fan made game based off the Pokémon series. The game incorporates features from all generations of Pokémon like Mega Evolutions and Pokémon following the player in the overworld. It features new Pokémon and Mega Evolutions along with a new mechanic known as "Delta Species." where preexisting Pokémon gain new forms and typings.[1]

Gameplay and plot

In Pokémon Insurgence, the player travels across the Torren region. The story follows a young hero as they set off on their own Pokémon journey to get the 8 gym badges. In the Torren region, there are various cults that are extremely violent at accomplishing their goals by killing countless innocents.[2] The Augur is responsible for keeping Torren safe and is known as the highest-ranking trainer in the entire region. In the games, the current and second Augur is Jaern who lacks the charisma and qualifications of his predecessor the first Augur. Because of this, the cults remain active despite there being an Augur. A year after Jaern becomes the Augur, the player's memories are wiped and they wake up in the lair of one of the cults: The Cult of Darkrai.[3][4][5]

References