Pokemon Hall of Fame 2016 (6th Gen)

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Pokemon Hall of Fame 2016 (6th Gen)

Post  HitoshirezuJamal on Fri Nov 04, 2016 8:32 am

This list comprises of our most reputable Pokemon 6th Gen players throughout our many tournaments.

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  • Ty:
    An alumni from the 5th Gen Hall of Fame, Ty rose up to take the top spot this time around. He immediately established himself as a threat by making it to Winners side of Grand Finals at The Next Generation, only falling short to Poyo in 2 sets of Grand Finals. Since then, he continued to maintain consistent results, winning 4 out of the 6 tournaments that he attended, only placing below Top 2 once at Attack on Helix (where he placed 4th). Ty has defeated everyone he has faced at least once, having no losing records. His best record is against Tyson (3-0) and his only even records are against Poyo (2-2) and Raina (1-1). Ty's greatest achievement was winning Road to the Pokemon League 2014, one of the largest 6th tournaments within the community, defeating players such as Tyson, Tim, Bolt, Poyo, and Brandon to win after having been sent to the Losers bracket in his first match by Raina.


  • Ty's Tournament Results:
    The Next Generation: 2nd out of 13
    Spring Smackdown: 1st out of 11
    Summer Slam: 1st out of 9
    Attack on Helix: 4th out of 15
    The PokeHacking Room: 1st out of 7
    Road to the Pokemon League 2014: 1st out of 15




  • Bolt:
    Entering 6th Gen as a newcomer to PHC Pokemon tournaments, Bolt has quickly risen up to become one of the best battlers in the community. After managing to crack Top 3 at RIP Mega Salamence, behind Brandon and Jamal (the latter of whom he defeated earlier in Winners Semis), he never placed below Top 2 at any point afterward and won 3/6 of the tournaments during this time period, with the only person able to stop him being his rival, Tim. His best record is against Raina (5-0) and his only losing records are to Ty (0-2), Poyo (0-2), and Tim (2-6). Bolt's most notable tournament win was at The Pokemon League 2015, defeating players such as Dakota, Jamal, Gold, and Brandon to take it, after being sent to Losers by Brandon in Winners Finals.


  • Bolt's Tournament Results:
    Spring Smackdown: 5th out of 11
    Summer Slam: 5th out of 9
    Road to the Pokemon League 2014: 4th out of 15
    RIP Mega Salamence: 3rd out of 8
    The Pokemon League 2015: 1st out of 10
    The Return: 2nd out of 7
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown: 2nd out of 9
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown 2: 2nd out of 8
    That 70’s Tournament: 1st out of 8
    The Grand Finale: 1st out of 6




  • Tim:
    Although he just barely missed out on the Hall of Fame in 5th Gen, Tim has managed to solidify himself as one of the best 6th Gen battlers in the community despite a somewhat late introduction. After a 4th place finish at The Pokemon League 2015 (behind Bolt, Brandon, and Gold), Tim had always placed Top 3 at every tournament he entered after that, managing to win 3 of the 4 tournaments he entered during this time period, only being stopped by his rival Bolt and Tyson at The Grand Finale. His best record is against Jamal (3-0) and his only losing records are to Ty (0-2), Poyo (0-1), and Dakota (0-1). Tim's most notable achievement was becoming the first and currently only player to win 3 tournaments in a row for 6th Gen, taking The Return, Revival of Pokemon Showdown, and Revival of Pokemon Showdown 2 in subsequent fashion, defeating players such as Raina, Brandon, Bolt, and Gold during this time period while only losing to Bolt once.


  • Tim's Tournament Results:
    Attack on Helix: 5th out of 15
    Road to the Pokemon League 2014: 5th out of 15
    RIP Mega Salamence: 7th out of 8
    The Pokemon League 2015: 4th out of 10
    The Return: 1st out of 7
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown: 1st out of 9
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown 2: 1st out of 8
    The Grand Finale: 3rd out of 6




  • Poyo:
    Despite having repeatedly claimed to dislike 6th Gen's OU metagame (which is backed up by having the least amount of tournaments logged in out of everyone on this list), the most consistent 5th Gen player within the community was also one of the strongest battlers within the community for 6th Gen during the brief time that he entered. Similar to Ty, Poyo never placed below Top 4 once and has defeated everyone he has faced at least once, with no losing records; he has also managed to win 2 out of the 4 tournaments that he entered. Poyo's best record is against Bolt (2-0) and his only even record is to Ty (2-2). Poyo's most notable feat was winning The Next Generation, the very first 6th Gen tournament within the community, defeating Seth, Brandon, Gold, and Ty to win the tournament from Losers after losing to Ty early in the tournament.


  • Poyo's Tournament Results:
    The Next Generation: 1st out of 13
    Summer Slam: 4th out of 9
    Attack on Helix: 1st out of 15
    Road to the Pokemon League 2014: 3rd out of 15




  • Brandon:
    Another new addition to the Hall of Fame, Brandon has proven himself to be one of the most improved battlers from 5th Gen going into 6th Gen. Although he has shown a fair amount of inconsistency, Brandon has also shown an equal amount of high placings, managing to place in the Top 3 at 6/12 of the tournaments that he’s entered. He has also managed to defeat everyone that he’s faced at least once (with the exception of Dakota, who he’s only played against once). Brandon's best record is against Austin (3-0) and his losing records are against Ty (1-4), Poyo (2-3), Bolt (3-4), and Dakota (0-1). Brandon's most notable feats were placing 2nd at both Attack on Helix and Road to the Pokemon League 2014 (the 2 largest 6th Gen tournaments to happen within the community), defeating players such as Tim (AoH), Gold (AoH), Ty (AoH), Tyson (RTTPL 2014), Raina (RTTPL 2014), and Poyo (RTTPL 2014) during the course of these two tournaments.


  • Brandon's Tournament Results:
    The Next Generation: 4th out of 13
    Spring Smackdown: 5th out of 11
    Summer Slam: 2nd out of 9
    Attack on Helix: 2nd out of 15
    Road to the Pokemon League 2014: 2nd out of 15
    RIP Mega Salamence: 1st out of 8
    The Pokemon League 2015: 2nd out of 10
    The Return: 3rd out of 7
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown: 4th out of 9
    Revival of Pokemon Showdown 2: 5th out of 8
    That 70’s Tournament: 7th out of 8
    The Grand Finale: 6th out of 6


(I'll probably list the people who barely missed out soon.)

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