So as I am sure you've all noticed, I'm well ahead of schedule for my yearlong Fakemon challenge. I mean, I've got 126 out of 365 drawn out. That means I could stop altogether and be set until May 6th. That's some crazy progress, and I'm likely to continue making such ridiculous progress. I mean, I'm nearly 35% done and it's only February 4th. Basically what I'm trying to say is, this yearlong challenge is likely to be done a tad earlier than December 31st. I most likely will be finishing this quite a while before summer break, so I'll definitely be able to revamp my Southern New England based region over summer break. That being said, I still will have an exceptional amount of time in the year with nothing to do. Obviously I can spend some of it on plot details, important characters, the regional map, new moves, and things like that, but even that won't take particularly long.
Now we get to the interesting part. I was thinking later this year, after I've finished the region revamp and once I've finished this yearlong challenge ahead of schedule (because I most likely will), I would like to try a monthlong challenge, but something a bit different from a standard region. A few possibilities came to mind, including a hypothetical spinoff game revolving around Pokemon hybridization (I've already made several hybrid Pokemon and I've got a bunch more coming with each of my main regions, so you can expect a new set with the Southern New England based region) and a project where I would pick a random Pokemon or evolution family each day to make at least one subspecies or other variation of (this wouldn't be in a game-like context, and it may not even be held to my other projects, but it still would likely be a lot of fun). Any thoughts on these possibilities?