To Be a Master: Indigo League
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Made for Defeat
To Be a Master: Indigo League is a series by PrimalFan, and is the first installment in the To Be a Master franchise. The series explores Emerald's journey through the Kanto region.
11 year old Emerald sets off on his journey as a Pokémon Trainer, setting his eyes on the Indigo League in the Kanto region. He meets new friends and encounters new Pokémon, aiding him on his journey to complete his goals of becoming a Pokémon master. Along the way, he encounters a gang called Team Rocket, profiting off of the exploitation of Pokémon, and seeks to stop them.
This season contains 13 episodes.
Made for Defeat
Emerald Corazón arrives in Vermilion City and challenges the gym leader, Lt. Surge.
Made for Victory
Emerald has to search for missing Pokémon from the Pokémon Institute.
Emerald and Leaf care for an abandoned Pokémon.
Team Rocket activity rises within Vermilion City, with Emerald and Leaf investigating.
Surge of Power
Emerald battles Lt. Surge once again.
Fight for Honor
Emerald and Leaf arrive in Saffron City, where they encounter Gary and meet Khoury.
The group arrives in Lavender Town, meeting Mr. Fuji, a caretaker of the abandoned and orphaned Pokémon of the town.
Blaze of Honor
Emerald faces the Fishing Guru, finding his honor at stake.
Winner Takes All
Emerald encounters Gary, competing against him in Miracle Cycle's Bicycle Race.
Sport of the Hunt
The group participates within the Safari Game in the Safari Zone.
Finding the Ninja Way
Emerald faces Koga, the Fuchsia City's Gym Leader.
Seeds of Greatness
Emerald struggles with his responsibilities as he faces Erika, Celadon City's Gym Leader.
The group finds shady Team Rocket activity within Celadon City.
This season contains 15 episodes, including 1 crossover episode.
The group has a run-in with a Mankey causing trouble.
The group participates in the P1 Grand Prix, however so does both Gary and Damian.
Storming Silph Co.
Team Rocket activity arises in Silph Co., alerting the group.
Emerald faces Sabrina, Saffron City's Gym Leader.
Spark of Mayhem
Emerald encounters a shady trainer, who disregards what's right for what's fun, and befriends him.
Make a Move!
The group goes through Lavender Town again, meeting Agatha who helps Emerald train his Meowth, Ort.
Between a Rock Tunnel and Hard Place
Khoury tries to train his Cubone.
Nugget of Truth
The group participates in the Nugget Bridge Tournament.
Khoury's Egg-cellent Adventure
Khoury decides to check out the Route 5 Pokémon Day Care.
The Pokémon Maniac!
The group meets Bill, the Pokémon Maniac, and learn more about evolutionary stones.
The group participates in a water competition on Cerulean Cape.
Wartortle struggles with its fighting style, and has to adapt.
The Beast Within
The Beast of Cerulean City becomes active.
Fight for Ascension
Emerald and Gary have a heart-to-heart through battling.
Gary knew Koga was apart of Team Rocket. What happened when Gary took a stop for a badge in Fuchsia City? Set a few days after in season 1.
Winner Takes All TBD
Crisis Across the Multiverse
A site-wide crossover, set after .
Perfect Love 02/19/20 - 03/09/20
Spark of Mayhem
Emerald encounters a shady trainer, who disregards what's right for what's fun, and befriends him. Set after . A crossover with Brain Drain Pokémon Tales: Champion.
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Team Rocket Elite Trio
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The series uses Gen VII movesets and move tutors based on the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon games. TMs are based on the Let's Go games in most cases.
These were the most recent generation with all Pokémon available, to keep consistency with later series.
Despite being set in the Kanto region, the series does not use the Let's Go games' movesets. This is due to the lack of modern moves and move tutors, which the author wants to include.
The main inspirations of the series are the games, the Adventures manga, and the anime.