(After the first Showcase, we will have a picture of the winner and her Pokémon!)
A Pokémon Performer is a Pokémon trainer who trains their Pokémon to show off their talents and perform in front of audiences. All Performers must be female in order to participate in Pokémon Showcases. There are two sections. Theme Performances include styling, making Poké Puffs, etc.
There are two classes of Pokémon Showcases, the Rookie Class and the Master Class. When you sign up to be a performer, you are in the Rookie class. To get to Master Class, you must achieve 3 coveted Princess Keys.
The title of Kalos Queen is awarded to a Pokémon Performer who has won the Master Class tournament of Pokémon Showcases. It is the goal of every Performer to win the title. Winners are also given a gold-colored trophy, as well as tiaras for themselves and their Pokémon.
There are rounds in each Pokémon Showcase. First, there is the Theme Performance. One theme is in each showcase. Here are the themes:
After the Theme Performance comes the Freestyle Performance. In this round you can do whatever you please (hence the name). After all of the performers have done their performances, the audience will make the Glow Casters correspond to the color of the key the performer is wearing, choosing the person they think did best.
The votes will be counted up, and whoever has the most votes is the winner!
NOTE: The audience may also judge the Theme Performance, depending on what the theme is.
If you still don't understand, this is how it goes. The 9 Performers reply in the comments saying what they are wearing and what Pokémon are with them. Once the host starts the showcase,
3 performers come on stage for the Theme Performance. 1 out of the first trio moves on to the next stage. Another group of three come to the stage, and whoever wins out of that group joins the person from the last group. Same thing happens again, and then we have three finalists who move on to the Freestyle Performance. They each do their performances, and then the audience judges. The Princess Key is given to the winner, and the showcase is over.
Also, 9 performers must enter each showcase, no more no less. Once 9 performers enter one showcase, said showcase will begin the following night.
The host and judges are managers and the performers are curators. The audience is neither.
Next Pokémon Showcase:
Scheduled to be 6/15
None will be needed for this Showcase.
To be a judge, you must go on to Scratch at least every day. Hosts must be active and well-trained. Members of the audience must have a ticket given by Nurse Joy at the Pokémon Center. Performers must have a Pokémon Performer license that isn't expired.