Ciel nodded shyly. "I'm not used to the school yet... I haven't gone to catch more Pokemon..." He seemed unbothered by this however and quietly pulled out the Brick Break TM he had kept for Triac. "It was afun battle?" he offered placatingly. "But Triac... he might have really hurt your Flygon. I'm sorry."
Flygon turned to look at Valorie after Triac had been returned as if expecting something. Valorie hesitated a moment, taking in what had just happened. She then moved over to Flygon and glanced up at her, patting her on the side appreciatively. Flygon seemed to appreciated the gesture, though she then proceeded to open and close her mouth testily and mechanically. Something felt wrong in there, but perhaps it would feel better after some rest.
Valorie just sort of took in how others were acting and stepped forward, moving a bit closer to Ciel. She got the slight impression they were done, though she hadn't been expecting Ciel to only have three pokemon. Oh well. Things happened, she supposed.
Triac sighed. He supposed that was so. He glanced at Ciel, who nodded solemnly. The boy pulled out his Pokeball and returned the Flaffy. "Your win," he told Valorie quietly, almost smiling. Almost. He didn't know this girl very well yet. Skye clapped a bit from where he sat, Rama barking excitedly. He liked battles.
Flygon reached out, intent on biting the poor flaffy. Yet, as she got close she received an iron tail to the mouth which seemed to knock her slightly off course briefly. Flygon seemed to be taken by surprise. What crazy person would stick a tail in her mouth in any way shape or form? Clearly a pokemon that was not afraid of losing it's tail. Given, iron tail was... well... y'know... Flygon felt a sharp pain in her jaw as the iron tail struck. In return, Triac recieved... er... drool. It seemed to cause her a good deal of pain. Yet... Flygon clenched down her teeth on the tail. Not hard, mind you. She was not foolish enough to bite a steel hard tail. She was more gripping it with her teeth to keep Triac from fleeing. Her jaw felt sore, but she did not allow it to interfere with the battle. Rather, she would wait for the tail to soften back to it's normal softness. It was during this time that she realized that Triac couldn't fly, and the ball on the end of his tail would prevent any hope of escape. This lead to her realizing how one-sided this battle was. Suddenly she seemed to relax a bit in posture, though she wouldn't let go of Triac. She no longer felt the need to impress Valorie with her strength. She didn't think her trainer would be all that impressed by excessive viciousness anyway. Instead she developed this pleased look on her face and spoke, her speech somewhat slurred due to holding Triac's tail still.
Flygon: "Hun, I think this is the part where I'm supposed to eat you or something. Perhaps we could call it a day?"
Perhaps ironically, she seemed to be /deliberately/ flirting, if just a bit judging by the pet name and the bit of teasing. Though, a vague threat of harm was definitely there. Meanwhile, Valorie looked a bit confused, watching Flygon seem to mumble something she obviously couldn't understand rather than continue fighting.
Triac winced and let the purple claw hit. He wasn't going to last long. He knew it, Ciel knew it. This was just training. But... this was way too much of a disadvantage, even for them. Ciel knew that too. The boy wasn't upset though. Of course, this thing didn't matter to him, not like her. These kinds of humans were the strangest. As the crunch attack came closer, Triac whipped around with an Iron Tail towards Flygon's teeth. Neutral typing or not, level advantage or not, this would definitely hurt.
The thunderbolt just sort of arc'd across Flygon, failing to so much as phase her. She was beyond immune to electric attacks. One could not even strike at her eyes, for they were shielded by the large, red, transparent goggle-like formations over them. Flygon turned to follow Triac after a brief moment, letting out a growl as she did so. Yet, Triac would manage to use return on her. Yet, even this didn't seem to have a whole lot of effect, though it was certainly better than the thunderbolt. There was just too severe a difference in training here. By now Valorie had realized that a barrier had protected Triac from dragonbreath. She supposed a different kind of attack was in order.
"Alright Flygon, Dragon Claw!"
Flygon turned on Triac within moments of the sheep striking her, abruptly speeding down at the sheep pokemon and attempting to slash at him with a glowing purple claw. Without warning or orders, she then proceeded to open her mouth and try and use a crunch attack on him. Assuming the first attack hit, she'd even try to pull him towards her for the second attack. She wasn't out of control, so to speak. She was just very eager to please Valorie by doing well. Hence the fury with which she fought even weaker opponents.
The attack was weakened by the Light Screen but it still hurt. Triac winced before leaping into the air and firing a Thunderbolt. It was a useless attack but it was meant to blind. Triac hurried behind Flygon and released a heart-shaped attack, a Return.
Valorie watched this for a brief moment, wondering what exactly the sheep pokemon was up to. She saw a metallic glow, recognizing it from when she'd seen iron tail in the past, but she had nothing to fear from a steel type attack in particular.
Flygon promptly opened her mouth and spewed purple flames over the general area Triac was running. The dragon type attack even ran a risk of paralyzing unlucky foes.
Ciel flinched suddenly, feeling the determination rising from Valorie. This would be painful. But...he had to try anyway. Triac winced in pain and promptly threw up a Light Screen. He then spun himself, tail glowing with a metallic energy. He had nothing to defend from this. THat meant hold nothing back anyway. Triac spun faster, tail still glowing.
(Hmm... Not sure that's a good fit for me. Still thinking. x3)
Valorie returned Frillish and gazed at the pokeball for a moment. Frillish really creeped her out. Regardless. She stuffed it back in her bag and pulled out another ball to take it's place. This time she was faced with a flaffy. She could've sent out Charizard, or even Fraxure for training. Yet, she was now intent not to lose.
Tossing the pokeball out she released Flygon. Flygon let out a shrill cry as she took to the air almost immediately, hovering there with the powerful shaking of her wings.
"Alright, Flygon, Faint Attack!"
Flygon abruptly vanished into thin air. After a moment Triac would feel a dark type ram from the side just before Flygon re-appeared in mid-attack.