POSTDOG2GENGAR HAS RETURNED, AND WITH AN ALL-NEW ROUND OF THE POKEGYM'S BIGGEST HIT TRIVIA SENSATION: WHO WANTS TO BE A POKEMILLIONAIRE!!! Well, well, it is I, Regis Postdog again, and with an all-new round of Pokemillionaire. Now, to celebrate the arrival of the new game show on ABC, Super Millionaire, I will make Pokemillionaire history by featuring Lifelines at your disposal!!! But, let's not jump into things. First, I'll review the rules for those of you who do not know them. If you do know them, then go ahead and skip down to the part about the new lifelines; you'll want that. Ok, for you newbies out there, here's how it's done. Basically, this game runs very similarly to the game show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. If you're not familiar with that show, this is how it works: Contestants try to win one million dollars by answering 15 questions in sucession, with a dollar value at each question. The dollar values multiply as follows: 1. $100 2. $200 3. $300 4. $500 5. $1,000* 6. $2,000 7. $4,000 8. $8,000 9. $16,000 10. $32,000* 11. $64,000 12. $125,000 13. $250,000 14. $500,000 15. $1,000,000 You'll notice that I places asterisks (*) by the $1,000 and $32,000 marks. These are checkpoints. If you miss a question before $1,000, you will automatically loose all of the money that you have gained, and be out of the game. If you miss a question after the $1,000 mark, instead of loosing, you will simply slide back to that mark. The same goes for $32,000. For example: Let's say John Doe has managed to get $8,000. However, he then misses the $16,000 question. Because he has passed one of the checkpoints (in this case, $1,000), he will simply slide back to that dollar amount. I'll post a question every so often on this thread. Send your answer to me via Private Message, which is accessable from your User CP, which you can click on at the top of this screen. DO NOT POST THE ANSWER HERE. Whoever has the most money accumulated at the end of 15 questions (or until we have one player left) wins. LIFELINES! MAKE SURE TO READ! Ok, as I said before, in celebration of Super Millionaire's release, I have devised two new lifelines for you to use. The first is similar to phone a friend (and please refer to it as this when using it). PM me and tell me you want to use this, and I'll give you a clue as to the answer, to you and to you only. The second is similar to 50/50 (and again, please refer to it as this when using it). I will cut out an answer from the question that you are stuck on for you and you only. Note that this can only be used on a question with multiple answers. And for all legal reasons, no actual prizes or money are awarded, though you will be crowned (in echo voice)REGIS POSTDOG'S CHAMPION OF POKEMON TRIVIA!!!!! At this point, I would also like to recognize Three-Time Master of Regis Postdog's Pokemon Trivia and Reigning Champion: Pidgeotto Trainer. Well, good luck, and here's the first question. I will accept answers until 9:00 CST on Saturday. Normally, I will not wait this long, but I want to give people time to sign up. If you ever have a problem on sending the answer in in the time given (family vacation, for instance), then simply PM me and I will arrange it (however, I hold the right to refuse this service to anyone). Please also rememeber that the questions will get gradually harder as the game progresses. Here's the question: How many Pokemon is it possible for you to have in play at once in a standard Pokemon Trading Card Game Battle?