I was thinking of doing that, as fast as possible doing all of the 242 pokemon entry of the dex in perfect with all of the tasks complete
Maybe for proof a video showing time in game and all of the Pokemon perfect because it will be very long
I really think it will be interesting to see the time of people who doing that, I’m currently around 75 Pokémon, it’s tough but I really love doing that. I think the time will be around 300-400 hours
Hi, I don't think many people would agree with not requiring video proof for a speedrun. Even if it's ridiculously long, you could certainly do it with breaks and multiple parts; it's something that we would need to discuss within the community though.
Hi, I think the same thing about the proof, I think if there isn’t a video proof, it will not be 100% legit even if the time for the run will be ridiculously long like you say.
Honestly, I really want to run that because it’s one of my favorite game.
And why if we make a video/live in multiple segments and when we begin in the video after the last time we stop, we show something to prove that nothing has changed between the last time we stop? Like the time in game, the position of the character… And this from the very beginning of the run to the last Pokémon in perfect, so of course it will have a lot of video
Tell me if you are with that or no
The current rules for breaks during the run are that you show the System Clock is set to "Synchronize Clock via Internet" both before and after your break, that way we can see the amount of time between the starting and stopping of your recording. So, if the clock lines up, and you don't open up the game again during your break + nothing changes, then that's solid proof!
Oh I wasn’t aware of that possibility, you mean that technique on the switch and just show the time on the console before and after every break ?
Yes, specifically showing that the system is using the internet to determine what time it is. It's much more difficult to cheat under that method.
Okay I think I will run this for a moment this looks very interesting, and maybe in a while try to attempt a 100% run