@Hero Of War: you're right, it is a bit rushed. The entire plot for act II got stuffed a bit because I don't have that much time anymore to work on the project and in order for me to actually finish the story one day I needed to settle for less details than what I planned in the beginning.
I'll start with an apology:
This story will never be finished the way I planned on finishing it.

In my mind, I have a grand concept, of not only the plot, but the characters, the interactions, the many aspects of morality involved, the emotional developments, and all those other things that together create a much more intriguing and compelling comic.

The thing is, I've finally made peace with the sad fact that I will never be able to execute all of that in my current situation.
My service in the IDF is very different from the one most people do. I'm going through one of the longest preperations and training courses and even after almost a year in it, I'm still far from finished with it. The thing is, this path I've chosen doesn't enable me any free time at all. I barely have time for myself because of the intensity of the course.

So what does it mean? it means that, sadly, the comic will change, maybe not in the way I want it to. There is a possibility that I will start doing traditional work in the 2nd act because I rarely have access to a computer. But as for the plot, it means I will focus less on characters and their interactions and developments, and more on the plot, the story itself. I'm aware of the fact that this takes me much further away from the main concept of nuzlocking, but let's admit it - this project only uses the nuzlocke platform only as a very vague base for a much grander storytelling.

It also means I have NO idea how frequently will I be able to update. Seriously, no idea at all. It all depends on how much free time I'll get in the future.

Anyway, I wanted to thank you all true readers, for staying here with me and reading the comic. You guys are the best, seriously.
@Blue-Blue: I understand your disappointment, and you're entitled to your own opinion and I'm actually kind of happy that you don't find this satisfying enough, but I will say this though - the whole "mutant" story background I give here may have been done dozens of time before, but I have great and new ideas for it, and this is going to play a big role in the future of this run. I wanted to try a different take on the pokemon world, and not take for granted the fact that pokemon are alive. Hopefully I might be able to get you to change your mind about your disappointment later on, but we'll see about that when we get there
I am proud of how quickly I managed to finish that last part. That was an insane work marathon.

Now, you probably wonder what's the rush, right?

Well, as some of you know, but most of you probably don't, I'm Israeli. I just turned 18 last month. The thing is, in Israel, when you turn 18, you have to join the IDF for a 3 years long service period.

I'm joining the army next week.

As you've guessed already, Landwalker's Yellow Nuzlocke is going on an hiatus. I'm afraid there's nothing I can do about it.

However, this does not mean the run is being dropped. I intend to finish this at all costs, trust me. It's just going to take me a while to figure it out how to do it while in the military.

Thank you, everyone, for all your support and for reading this comic.

And don't worry

I'll be back!
@Stash: oh no, there are still 3 more parts before he joins the team. This is more of an introduction :P
@Sonara: whoops, I didn't notice that one. thanks for letting me know! I'll fix it when I'll stop being so lazy ;)
@Calumrb22: I'm afraid it's because of the iPad. This comic is longer than the other ones and your iPad probably can't load it in it's original resolution :(
@Moonchu: It's not a mawile's footprint, but I do like your thought direction :D
And thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed my comics!