Author has written 1 story for Pokémon.
Name: Explorerbean, of By Lantern Light productions. (rather showy, for a fanfiction writing group.) Known in-studio as [Ideal].
0- Legendarily bad. Things this bad were probably written with the express purpose of making the reader wish to gouge their eyes out. Or were written to entertain 4chan. Indistinguishable, really.
1- Your story consists of less than a hundred words, none of which are spelled correctly. I have no idea how your summary convinced me to read this story, and the only reason I am reviewing is to express shock and horror at this affront to the English language.
2- Your storyline is trite AND/OR your grammar and spelling are atrocious but understandable AND/OR the progress of events in your story are completely insensible.
3- Your story is readable, and spelling mistakes are limited to the rogue/rouge variety. (Which still drive me nuts, but whatever.) The storyline is tolerable, but unambitious, or ambitious but not fully executed. Not bad, but I should have some constructive criticism to improve the narrative.
4- Ambitious stories with complex plotlines, missing one or two key things. Normally this is limited to problems with pacing or assumptions of foreknowledge on the part of the reader in regards to characters or plot points. I'll probably have a few compliments, and only one or two suggestions.
5- Stories on a level with published works. If this were published in print form, I would buy it. Complex, layered storylines; excellent characterization and evocation of the reader's emotions; well-thought-out worldbuilding. My compliments on a well-crafted yarn.
6- Beyond the impossible. I don't give these out often, but when I do, it deserves it. Immensely convoluted plots, well honed literary techniques, perfection of pacing, characterization, and empathy. These stories should be on a best-seller list somewhere, but instead I'll have to settle for recommending them to all of my friends in the fandom.