In this Nuzlocke, Jared went into the game with no knowledge of the game. While he knew a few details, he kept most information about the game a secret from himself. Secondly, he decided to remove healing during battles, unless a Pokémon move allowed it.
List of Episodes Edit
|Ep No||Link on wiki||Link to video|
|1||New Beginnings||New Beginnings|
|2||I Want It!||I Want It!|
|4||Just Got Real||Just Got Real|
|5||King of the Skies||King of the Skies|
|6||Rip Off||Rip Off|
|7||For the Horde||For the Horde|
|11||Nom Nom||Nom Nom|
|12||To Mars||To Mars|
|13||Not Obvious||Not Obvious|
|14||Growing On Me||Growing On Me|
|15||FireRed Wedding||FireRed Wedding|
|19||Eat Kitty||Eat Kitty|
|20||Morphin' Time||Morphin' Time|
|21||True Form||True Form|
|23||Don't Trust Baby||Don't Trust Baby|
|24||Scary House||Scary House|
|26||Lost Hotel||Lost Hotel|
Warning: Spoilers ahead
With his last Pokémon in hand, Jinglejangle the Klefki, Jared attempted the Lost Hotel. Unfortunately, he came across an Magneton that was far too strong, and killed JingleJangle, ending his Nuzlocke with six badges.
Jared introduced a new rule for this Nuzlocke where he could not use any healing items during battle. This inevitably cost him many Pokémon, and potentially cost him the Nuzlocke. Despite this, he would continue using this rule in later Nuzlockes despite criticism from the fan base.
- The titles of each episode changed from "Blind Nuzlocke" to "Nuzlocke Blind" from episode 9.