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Old May 19th, 2013, 01:02 PM
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Faris Miller - Route 29


Faris scanned his surroundings during his return trip across Route 29, searching for a suitable flying-type pokemon. There were several, but he needed a way to discover which one would be best for his team. It would have to be quick and agile, confident as well if it was going to be carrying him in the future. He opened his pokedex and went to the habitat list to get an idea of what he was looking for. He could clearly see several Pidgey roosting in the trees or flying around, but the pokedex claimed that Hoothoot and Starly also lived there. In his search, he also saw a few trainers on that route. One of them had two Seedot following him, and the other was running around screaming for some reason. “POKEMON WHERE ARE YOU????” She chased after a group of Pidgey before yelling at them, “HEY GET BACK HERE!!! I’M MEANT TO CAPTURE YOU!” He watched as she grew angry, then began to look sad. She sat on a rock looking defeated. Were the Pidgey that important to her?

While Faris was searching for bird pokemon, he had come up with a plan as to how he would decide which one was the right one. First, he had to confirm something. “Prometheus, use ember upward, toward the sky. See if you can spread the attack as widely as you can.” His Houndour looked at him questioningly, but before Faris could start explaining, he turned his head upward and fired. Small pellets of fire shot from Prometheus’ mouth, spreading widely. The coverage was not as much as he would have hoped, but it should still work. His thoughts went to this girl and her inability to catch pokemon, since she apparently thought that shouting at them was a good plan. He walked over to her and said, “If you want to catch a pidgey, come with me.” It didn’t really matter whether or not she followed, but he had to at least try helping her.

Faris walked farther along Route 29, searching for the most populated tree until he found it. Not looking back to see if that girl was with him or not, he said, “Prepare your pokeballs and your pokemon. After my Houndour makes his move, attack the one you want to catch.” He searched the ground and picked up two handfuls of small stones. “Ready...” Prometheus changed his stance and prepared his attack. Faris circled around to the other end of the tree and threw the stones, the resident bird pokemon fleeing away from Faris, straight into the path of Prometheus’ attack. “Ember, and don’t stop!” Prometheus unleashed his attack, hitting several pokemon as they passed.

Faris watched intently at what each bird did as Prometheus continually pelted them with flames. Of course, the attack wasn’t doing much damage considering how spread out it was, but that wasn’t the point. His eyes locked on as one bird, a Pidgey, began to dodge the embers after the initial strike then began to go after Prometheus with a few other Pidgey in tow. Faris tossed more stones at the group, hitting and scaring off most of them, but the Pidgey he was focused on was prepared and dodged them. At this point, only two Pidgey reached Prometheus. One of them began to tackle him, and the one he was focused on began to flap its wings and blow dust into his face. Faris rushed over to him, pulling a potion out of his bag. “Prometheus, jump back and use ember on the one on the left! Focus it this time!” The houndour obediently pulled back, making more distance between himself and his opponents before attacking once more. Prometheus had been blinded by the sand though, and the attack only grazed the target. Both pidgey hit with tackles, knocking Prometheus back. Faris ran up to him and applied the potion, his partner returning to his feet. No good... I’ll need to change my tactics. “Prometheus, buy some time. Go back to using a spread out ember, don’t worry about which one you hit!” He knew that while one of the Pidgeys was wounded, the one he wanted had dodged much of the earlier attacks and probably wouldn’t be felled by that. He thought about what he could do, but then he saw that Prometheus attempted an ember attack and nothing happened. Oh no! Prometheus had become exhausted using ember so much. Thinking quickly, his partner tried to dodge the incoming attack, but one of the two tackles hit hard. I have to end this quickly...

Thinking about what other moves Prometheus had, Faris realized the only other offensive attack he could use was sludge. Sludge? Poison, that’s it! Prometheus was taking a beating as he waited for another order, struggling to dodge. “Prometheus, use howl!” His Houndour gave a loud howl, strengthening his resolve. “Now hit the right one with sludge, but don’t strike until it’s right in front of you!” He couldn’t afford to miss this attack, not in the state Prometheus was in right now. His opponents were closing in, Prometheus standing there waiting for his chance. “Now!” His partner spewed a foul sludge straight into the desired Pidgey’s face, knocking it down, but he was then hit in the side by the other one. Now’s my chance! Faris reached for a pokeball and threw it at the Pidgey on the ground, the pokemon glowing brightly before being pulled into the ball. The button started to blink and the ball began to shake. You were a worthy adversary, but I have you now, Pidgey.

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Old May 19th, 2013, 06:25 PM
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Mari was caught out in the open, essentially with her pants down, by the sound of a roaring flame from above. Quickly, the vixen scanned the sky in all directions, until her eyes fixated squarely on an igneous spiral upward into the clouds. That exact sight caused Mari's stomach to drop an inch in her belly, and a shiver ran up her spine as she witnessed it. It was... Strangely beautiful, and yet terrifying at the same time. It reminded her of... No, no time to think of that right now.

Mari slipped under the cover of foliage, having only just come to the T-junction in the center of Route 29. She took cover behind the thicket of trees, though she knew her orange fur stood out like a sore thumb in this terrain. She would have to make do with limited camouflage as she closed in on the source of the flames, the newer Pokeball from her belt clutched in her gloved hand. The vixen crouched behind her chosen thicket, looking first down at her Pokeball, and then out at the individual and the Pokemon she had spotted.

Was that... A... Wait. What Pokemon was that, exactly? Mari inspected it carefully as she could from her location, but she could not yet identify exactly what Pokemon was under that child's command. Obviously, fire wouldn't do any good for her; the canine creature led about by this short blond boy was just able to cast an inferno right into the sky in a spiral, which was beyond the level of control that Mari had over her Cyndaquil. Hell... She hadn't even had a chance to do battle with wild Pokemon with this Cyndaquil yet. She would be no match, that was for sure.

From out of the corner of her eye, the vixen spied another; a small girl, probably prepubescent, enthralled in self-pity for god knows what reason. She wasn't immediately important; what concerned her was this boy and his Pokemon.

Wait... What was that? Wings flapping? Mari's sensitive ears perked upwards, and her attention turned towards the sky once again. It was a bit more difficult to pick out what was going on up there through the canopy of leaves overhead, but if the fox had to put it to a guessing game, there were at least three Pidgey flying in loose formation above, possibly more given her limited visibility of their patterns. She had experience with Pidgey, at least; she knew their flight patterns and how they behaved under stress, and this was textbook. This kid was taking on a few of them, and if she had to guess once more, she was dealing with a newbie trainer out to catch his first Pokemon. Of course, she'd been wrong before. The flashy fire moves, the Pidgey... Which one was it? Was this Pokemon out of her league to battle, or was she up against a first-timer, if it came down to fighting?

Sheathing the Pokeball in a pocket on her belt, Mari silently made her approach. She was no skilled commando, but she did have a little practice moving about silently in forested areas. It would be sight that'd give her away -- not sound. Her lightweight boots rustled near-silently against the grass and twigs and dirt, a sheer whisper in the wind as she took cover against the next tree ahead to observe this trainer more clearly.

Yes... A flock of Pidgey. Now it made sense. He was weeding them out. And luckily for Mari, it looked like he was pegging hits on a few of them. Before long, he'd singled one out and was quickly wearing down on the poor thing with some kind of poison attack that Mari could only vaguely recall... Sludge? Her observations were studious and scrupulous, like a high-school nerd poring over lab experiments and chemical reactions in motion. Its detrimental effects on the Pidgey, how the Pokemon utilized it, how its trainer had ordered it... These were all intricacies that Mari paid extreme attention to, analyzing her potential assailant's combat ability. It was humbling to watch... Not because this boy was so much better at handling his Pokemon than Mari was at this point, but because it made her realize how vulnerable she was against trainers. And this quickly, she was nearly running into trainers? It didn't bode well for Mari and her new Cyndaquil.

The tell tale sound of a Pokeball being palmed and expanded mid-draw was under the microscope scrutiny of Mari's bright blue eyes in a scant few seconds following the drenching of that poor Pidgey in sludge. She observed as the Pidgey was digressed from its natural form, captivated in a form of pure energy within the Pokeball. The button blinked... The ball shook...

Honestly, the fox was curious. She watched carefully from her perch, utterly silent.
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Old May 21st, 2013, 09:57 AM
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"Alpha 1 check!"
"Alpha 2 check!"
"Alpha 3 check!"
The three pidgey coordinated their attack on poor Prometheus, circling a couple of times and...

"Bombs away!", bird poop covered Faris and Prometheus in disgusting smell but retaliation was fast as a stone took out one of the pidgey.

"I'm hit, I'm hit", no. 3 cried out. Letting out a sigh, Alpha 1 looked at his surviving comrade and said, "3 is down. No. 2.. Cover me, I'm going in!"

Their vigorous efforts bore fruit until alpha 1 felt something putrid covering his face and a tingling sensation as he got captured in the ball, for a BRIEF MOMENT. The pokémon had no difficulty in breaking out.
Aww, you can't capture pokémon in double battles, sorry. Defeat Alpha 2 first.

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Old May 21st, 2013, 04:19 PM
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It had barely been ten minutes of walking before Joe began to regret allowing the second Seedot to follow him around. An almost non-stop tune of both Pokémon alternating the task of saying their species name was close to being enough to have him stuff his own head in the dirt to dampen the sound. [b]”Why me? Five minutes ago they hated each other and now they won’t shut up!”[b], thought Joe as both tiny acorns walked leisurely behind him. ”There’s got to be a way to shut these two up.” he said out loud to himself. It then occurred to him that using the Pokedex might yield some insight on his problem. He walked into the shade of a nearby tree with his nuts scampering behind him and the tree of them took an unplanned pit stop so Joe could do a quick search through his new gizmo.

Going through the settings on the Pokedex, Joe found the tab for Pokémon information. Selecting the Pokémon option lead to a screen asking to either input the name of the Pokémon manually or scan a nearby creature. The decision to scan was an easy one, as Joe wanted to test the functions of the expensive toy, not this spelling ability. Joe scanned one of the Seedots in front of him and the LED screen displayed the picture of a Pokémon with its name in bold below it….the only problem was that it wasn’t Seedot. ”What the F is a Ditto?” Joe asked loudly. The pink jelly-like blob shown on screen must’ve been an error in the Pokedex’s programming thought the new trainer and his confusion would’ve been settled if Joe hadn’t tuned the volume off earlier and been able to hear the robotic voice recite a brief description of the Transform Pokémon.

Unsatisfied with the result, Joe left the confines of the tree and continued on. The Seedots once again followed behind in single file while the human fiddled with the settings of the Pokedex to see if there was anything he could do to fix his ‘broken’ device. During this time of preoccupation, the lead ‘Seedot’ turned to face its peer and changed back into its original amoeba-like form. Ditto gave a sheepish smirk before sticking out its tongue to antagonize the actual acorn Pokémon. Seedot began to cry loudly, and the sense of urgency emanating from his new partner reflexed Joe into turning around quickly. Even with his quick movements, the wild Ditto was able to transform back into a doppelganger of Seedot before Joe could turn around. The trainer couldn’t understand what was going on, and assumed the two to be playing with each other since they’ve been fine with each other up until then.

The three walked up a small ledge headed towards thicker trees and grass. The Pokedex said that most wild Pokémon like to live in areas that haven’t been touched by human expansion and that the only way to get more Pokémon was to battle against wild ones, so Joe assumed correctly that it was a good place to start. Even though the ‘Seedot’ behind him was still wild, Joe incorrectly assumed that it was his new Pokémon since it started to follow him, and saw no need to battle it. He had wanted to see if he could catch something that didn’t resemble something that fell out of a tree and there were sue to be plenty of little monsters out here to catch.

In front of the trainer was a small bush that shook as they drew near. Curiosity got to them all, but Ditto was the most intrigued and waddled over to it. A small brown mammal appeared and began to sniff the fake acorn with much interest. The Ditto kept up its charade even still, and replied in an angered tone as if it didn’t want to be sniffed. ”It’s a tiny raccoon!” said Joe in a low tone. He then wondered if the Pokedex would have the same problem scanning this new species as it did Seedot. Going through the same procedure as with Seedot, Joe scanned the furry critter and was relieved to see the picture of what was apparently called a Sentret show up on screen.

Before Joe could scroll through the Trainer’s Tips section under the Pokedex menu to learn how to properly fight two creatures and capturing, he watched as the Sentret’s instincts took over and takes a large bite on the head of the pretend ‘Seedot.’ It cried in pain before transforming into a gooey slime and running into the woods. Upon witnessing the transformation, Joe’s jaw dropped and said, ”Oh…so Ditto things can turn into other Pokémon…that explains the Pokedex issue.” After the Ditto revelation, he looked at his Seedot and said. ”Well….can you do that too?” The acorn shook its head to say no, which was not a surprise to his master and the duo fixed their eyes upon the Sentret before them.
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Old May 21st, 2013, 05:01 PM
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Mari was given only brief pause as she watched the Pokemon in question struggle within the Pokeball, only to break free quickly thereafter. However, despite the beating it took, it didn't look like that Pidgey was down for the count, as the moment it broke free, it was airborne again and looking for an opening to peck that canine Pokemon's eyes out. Mari glanced up, and immediately, she knew what the odds were... And they weren't in this kid's favor. Two versus one? Now that just wasn't fair.

Taking up this new mantle, Mari rose from the bushes and announced her presence wordlessly, taking up a solid, supportive stance without even ten feet between herself and this child she had been watching moments earlier. She braced herself, cleared her mind of all other thoughts, and with an exhale, she drew the newest of the two Pokeballs concealed in pockets upon her black belt. With her mind set on battle, and her eyes on the Pidgey that had not yet met with a face-full of sludge, the vixen tossed her Pokeball to the ground without effort.

"Kindle. Kick its ass," she spoke, absolving her of a fistfight and washing away her responsibility to this battle. It now laid squarely upon the shoulders of her Pokemon, a budding Cyndaquil that with a chintzy of red light burst into existence not a moment too soon and with all the vigor that a new Pokemon should. The fire in its slanted eyes, the inferno of fire-like, majestic fur on its back... Maybe ordering her Pokemon had absolved her of physical confrontation with a pair of Pidgey, but once she saw that Pokemon spring to life on her command, all the ordering she could muster would not cleanse her of the connection she felt so suddenly with that Cyndaquil.

The fire that moved through her Pokemon's veins reflected in Mari's bright, cold, icy blue ones. It was on, whether this kid liked it or not.

And so there before Faris stood a being he had not likely ever encountered before, accompanied by a sight that might as well have been entirely alien. Was it a Pokemon? Was it an... It in any capacity? No, wait... Slender shoulders, child-bearing hips, breasts, eyes like a demon of the ice... Not all of those secondary sexual characteristics might have been picked up on by a boy Faris' age, and it was imaginable that Mari didn't want him to. But they identified her as female, as at least partly human, regardless of what she looked like. She was clothed in all black, boots, fatigue pants, and a tanktop, wielding her Cyndaquil as her 'weapon'.

"Kindle - do you know Ember?"

"Quil..."

"**** it. Aerial Ace. That one," Mari ordered, pointing to the unharmed Pidgey still swooping about overhead in a predictable pattern. "Wait for it... Wait for it... ...NOW."

And just on command, without enough time to blink once without missing it, a dazzling, lightning-fast slash came crashing down upon the Pidgey that Mari had ordered attacked. God, that never got old... Mari could really learn to appreciate that move again. It looked like that was all Mari's Cyndaquil would be accomplishing in the next few seconds, though; the Pidgeys continued to encircle the two trainers from just overhead, and with a snarl as a pungent odor entered Mari's nostrils, the vixen turned to face the child she had chosen to fight alongside.

Oh. No wonder. He was covered in the contents of the dumped ass of two Pidgeys.

"Don't wait for me. Do something about the other one."
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 11:08 AM
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The Professor Diaries- Chapter I: Part II




Elm briefly glanced at the voltorb shaped clock on his table and shook his head, "Thats it? I thought I called 10 trainers, what are the rest doing?"

Kiba let out a small chuckle, "You know today's kids, they are more busy in trying to get inside their girlfriend's panties than becoming a trainer"

Elm sighed, apparently busy in his own thought that had been preoccupying his head. He closed his eyes, leaning on the chair and nodded his head. A brief moment later he spoke up, "So, uhm, Kiba.. I forgot to thank you for everything you did. I have one more favour to ask from you. Will you help me one more time?

*tuc* *tuc*, the lab assistant knocked on the door.

"Come on in.", Elm smiled. The assistant, Daisy was carrying a fugly looking Phanpy, all cuddled up in her arms Daisy, the young, cute assistant is so hot.. Now I know why Elm generally lives in his lab in the games. Action!

"Oh hey there cutie!", Elm waved at her. "Am I so cute?", Daisy curled a few strands falling on her face.

"OH, no no.. I meant the lady in your arms!", Elm looked at Kiba and grinned, "Isn't she a beauty.. I mean the Phanpy ofcourse!", the men missed the frown on Daisie's face as she gave Elm the pokémon and walked out.

Elm continued, "Her friends are now with other trainers.. She also needs a trainer to take care of her but I need someone experienced. Will you take her?, pausing for a moment he continued, "You need to rendezvous with the trainers.. Where do you wanna meet them?"


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Old May 22nd, 2013, 12:32 PM
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Chapter One: Part Two
An Icon's Undercover Arrival



"Her friends are now with other trainers.. She also needs a trainer to take care of her but I need someone experienced. Will you take her? You need to rendezvous with the trainers.. Where do you wanna meet them?"

Kiba watched the small Phanpy for a moment and smiled. "... Of course. In fact, I'll turn her into a shining example of what friendship can do in any situation." He approached the desk and lifted her up. "What is your name young one?"

Z aproached, smiling. "Emily, she says. What a pretty name...!"

Kiba smiled and placed her down at his feet, where Amber and Spirit both greeted her. "Welcome to the Family, Emily. You'll fit in just fine, here." He directed his attention to Elm, though his eyes were still cloaked along with most of his face under the hat. "I'll call them with this hacked Cross-transceiver once I hit Violet City. It lists as an unknown number, and can't be intercepted or traced... Just in case either team has caught wind of our plans." He gave Elm a grin, lifting his head just enough for the professor to see his glowing green and blue eyes. "By the time these trainers are through, Rocket and Neo won't know what hit them. That's a promise." He turned around, gesturing to the team, new member included. "I hear there's a nice building there that serves the sweetest Sake you could ever drink... You're welcome to join me there."

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Old May 22nd, 2013, 01:45 PM
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Faris Miller - Route 29


The ball barely shook before the Pidgey burst out, breaking the ball. It wasn’t long before the two birds were preparing to resume their onslaught, a little more cautious now than before. Prometheus growled and stood, tired but far from done. I’ll need to rethink my strategy. I may need to use another potion, but I can win this. Before he could give the order for Prometheus to buy more time, somebody emerged from the bushes. She... was definitely a feminine humanoid, but besides that her features suggested that she was more fox-like than human. He’d have to worry about that later, though, as Prometheus was still in danger. Fortunately, it seemed the fox woman was his ally in this battle (or at least not against him), as she released a Cyndaquil and began to battle the other Pidgey. "Don't wait for me. Do something about the other one," she said as she focused on her own battle.

Not wanting to waste any more time, Faris returned his attention to his target. One-on-one now, it was much easier for both him and Prometheus to focus. The situation seemed to boost Prometheus’ morale as well, since he stopped growling and returned to his calmer state. The Pidgey charged at them once more. “Prometheus, Sludge again!” Prometheus waited, just like the last time and blasted sludge when his target was directly in front again. The Pidgey had learned from that time, just like with the stones, and lifted sharply upwards. After avoiding the attack, the Pidgey dove downward towards Prometheus. “Left!” His partner dove to the left as the Pidgey hit the ground, only it didn’t actually hit, rather it landed. It started flapping its wings again, but the Pidgey wasn’t the only one who learned from their mistakes. “Eyes closed, and sludge forward!” The anticipated sand was thrown into Prometheus’ face, only this time it failed to blind him. Nasty sludge flew in return, hitting the Pidgey’s wing as it tried to dodge the unexpected attack. The substance had wounded and soaked its wing, grounding the creature. I’ve got you this time... Faris took a second pokeball into his hand and tossed it at the creature. The Pidgey tried to fly, but it crashed down to earth in its unbalanced state before being pulled into a ball once more.

As the ball blinked and shook again, Faris turned to the woman who helped him and was still battling the other Pidgey, though he still listened carefully for the sounds of either the ball pinging shut or popping open. “Thank you, stranger,” he said. He tried to figure her out. For one, she was a crass woman, considering her regular usage of curse words, but this didn’t have any relation to her moral alignment (nor did her strange appearance), which despite her assistance was still in the dark. Had she helped him because he was outnumbered, or because she saw an easy opportunity for a capture? He thought about this for a moment before noticing a foul stench. It didn’t take him long to realize it came from him and a little gift by the Pidgeys, something he hadn’t noticed because of how focused on the battle he was. He scowled and saw that Prometheus wasn’t much cleaner. Of course he believed that pokemon were incapable of being evil, he reminded himself that good didn’t equal nice. Turning back to Prometheus, he said, “We’ll need a bath once we get to Cherrygrove City, Prometheus.” His partner drooped his ears and barked defensively before whining a little. Right, fire-type... “You’ll get one whether you like it or not.” Further whining ensued before Faris went and applied another potion, in case the Pidgey escaped again.

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Old May 22nd, 2013, 11:31 PM
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It flew up! It fell down! Was Faris even watching the Houndour vs. Pidgey battle. Nah, his eyes were struck on the foul mouthed, slender canine. EWWW, I didn't expect this from the Guardian of Humanity... Look forward kepten, yer birdie awaits ya!
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Scott - Bell Tower

The towering tower loomed over Scott as he stood by the front entrance. It wasn't as spectacular as he remembered, it was almost burned. Several monks were outside the tower, which wasn't usual for these people, as they are usually training inside. They sat on the floor, praying to the tower. Scott didn't care much to listen to their prayers, and stepped inside. As he stepped in he noticed that the tower was pretty much in ruins. Out of nowhere, an old woman came trotting towards Scott. There was barely anyone in here, and it was almost creepy to see an old woman coming towards you, whilst in the background, black and brown is mixed and is hard to establish between ash or wood. The woman spoke with a choke in her voice.

Woman: I sense great courage in you, wielder of the wolf, but be wary of the other, wielder of the fox.

Scott understood half of what the woman said, how he wielded the spirit of the wolf, but who was this wielder of the fox. He had heard stories concerning the fox and the wolf, but why should he be concerned about it.

The fox was all alone, by itself in the winter season. There was no food to eat, and he was almost ready to die, however, the fox had been sleeping in a small hole dug out by wolves, and was soon found out. The wolf felt pity for the fox, and helped it find it's way home to it's family, and afterwards the became best friends.

If the story tells us of the fox being a good friend, then what is there to worry about. Scott was fed up of asking himself questions. He walked out of the tower, and took a breath of fresh air. The old woman was probably making it up. How could she have known... It was one of Scott's biggest secrets.
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Seren flailed around under her twisted sheets for a moment before managing to extract her head into the open, and partially blind herself in the sunlight shining in through the window. The room was messy, with items of Seren's clothing strewn across the floor. The overly-bright sunlight and headache weren't necessary for Rosa to immediately know that she had drunk more than initially intended last night. The nightclub stamp on her hand and the person beside her, breathing lightly under the sheets just amplified Rosa's hangover. Pushing herself out of bed Seren walked directly to the bathroom, swaying slightly as she walked. Catching sight of herself in the bathroom mirror, Rosa noted that her hair was even messier than usual, despite it's short length and lipstick smudged it's way across her cheek. Rosa never wore lipstick. Turning on the shower, she winced in response to the rudely loud sound of the water but stepped into the warm spray regardless.
Walking back into the main room feeling slightly refreshed, although still grumpy at the prospect of 'daytime' she rubbed at the stubborn ink-stamp on her hand whilst pouting and then set about getting dressed. Once her one remaining shoe had been located [Rosa had found it hiding underneath the bed] she sat at the desk and picked up a pen.

Good morning. I hope that you are feeling a little better than me.
Give me a call sometime if you'd like to chat when I'm less inebriated.

Signing the note with simply '-Rosa' and her phone number, she checked that her Pokéballs were all present on her belt, and left the strangers hotel room.



The sunlight hit Rosa harder than it had in the hotel room, and so shielding her eyes Rosa made her way towards the center of town. Once Seren had found herself back in a comfortably familiar part of the city, she made her way to a small restaurant at the side of the street. Once she had found herself a table, a waitress came over to grant her the one thing she wanted more than anything else in existence; Coffee, and a full-breakfast.

"Thank Arceus for bacon..."

Rosa sighed and pushed her plate away from herself feeling well and truly stuffed, downed the last dregs of he coffee and stood up. Throwing some change onto the table, Rosa pulled a Pokéball from her belt.
The inconspicuous form of a 10-foot tall bright green dragon materialized in the middle of the street, and ignoring the indignant responses of those around her Seren climbed up onto the Flygon's back.

"Lizzi, I need to head to Mahogany Town, think you can do that?" Rosa called to Lizzi.

The Flygon gave a stern look at a woman in front of her who was exclaiming something about 'Manners' in a shocked tone, and rocketed up into the air with her trainer.

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Joe stared at the Sentret while in deep thought. The young man never had to catch a Pokémon before, and this would be his first attempt while there were children much younger than him who have caught many on their own. ”It couldn’t be that hard, could it?” he pondered while his Seedot stared down the wild Pokémon. The concept wasn’t too hard, just keep beating the enemy until they’re too weak to struggle and then throw the Pokeball. The one problem that Joe faced was that he did not know his own Pokémon’s moves or even what they did. ”Um…Just go out there and do something….Anything.” commanded the trainer. Seedot looked back towards Joe and was a little uneased by his trainer’s command but still complied with the order and waddled in Sentret’s direction.

Unlike the human and over-sized acorn before him, the Sentret was under no impression that it would be battling for its very freedom in mere moments. A curious little critter, the Pokémon slowly inched its way towards Seedot. It was a few inches from Seedot’s face before it began to sniff the grass type as if it were unsure of the Pokémon. This invasion of privacy did not sit well with Seedot, who let out an angered cry before spewing a purple liquid into the face of the Scout Pokémon. ”Hell yeah, keep at it!” remarked Joe from a short distance. At that close of a range, the Sentret had no time to move away from the Toxic attack. The goop lathered its fur and while it was unknown to both Joe and the tiny mammal, the strong poison would soon begin to take effect.

The Sentret was now angered by Seedot’s sudden attack and ran into him using a Tackle attack. The blow toppled Joe’s Pokémon down who then proceeded to stand back up. Joe was a little disheartened by the Tackle. He knew that Pokémon could endure a whole heap of attacks without too much trouble, but Joe had no way of telling what would be pushing it too far or even how to tell how a Pokémon’s general health was. Sentret by this point began to feel a slight stinging sensation all over its tiny body. It growled lowly while gritting its teeth, an obvious sign of pain so universal that even Joe picked up on Sentret’s condition. ”Whatever Seedot did is starting to take a number on that thing. I should try to remember using that move often.”

In a rush, the ferret looking Pokémon ran at Seedot yet again, intending to use another Tackle. ”Dude, it’s attacking again, do something little buddy!” Joe said loudly in hopes his partner Pokémon would hear him. Seedot braced itself for impact before being struck. Unlike the last time where Seedot was knocked backwards, the little acorn with feet withstood the attack without giving up ground. ”That is the exact opposite of doing something.”

Coming from his Pokémon, Joe was able to hear a small whine from then last attack and an even louder one from the wild one. In his mind, that was a good thing and must have meant that Sentret’s attack somehow hurt itself more than Seedot. Now panting heavily, Sentret began yet another Tackle and Joe was beginning to have Déjà vu. Seedot once again withstood the by bracing itself and the acorn failed to budge in the slightest. Joe was about to begin muttering about how long this would take until Seedot started to glow with a bright light. ”What the hell is going on here?” he remarked to himself while watching the bright light caressing Seedot’s figure form into a tiny ball in front of its face. This ball of light then became a beam which charged straight into Sentret’s torso.

The Scout Pokémon fell to the floor and weakened cries could be heard emanating out of it. Its entire body ached from the Bide attack combined with the Toxic poison and lacked the strength to stand up and instead began to crawl away. Had he not been so determined to catch the Sentret, Joe’s astonishment with Seedot’s attack would’ve cost him the chance. ”Alright, looks like the hard part is over. Now just get into the Pokeball and we can all call it a day.” Without wasting too much time, Joe gripped the empty Pokeball he had in his hand. He gave himself time to wind up his throw before releasing the Pokeball. The Sentret was now a slow moving target and its preoccupation with crawling away left it unaware to the capture attempt. Joe almost felt as though Seedot had been too rough with the furry thing as he watched Sentret get sucked into the Pokeball.
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The Sentret tumbled back from the attack. "Who's your daddy now, huh?", grinned the acorn pokémon. Sentret stood up somehow, his eyes burning with fire (not literally).. It dashed toward Seedot but stumbled halfway and the red beam sucked him (mmm, oh yeah).

Somebody call a doctor, we have a situation here!
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A worn path led to a small hill surrounded by trees that marked the entrance to Route 29. Graham, and Chikorita continued forward scaling the small mound marking the border between New Bark Town, and the west leading route.

The two reached the peak of the dirt trail on top of the mound to look over only to find a beautiful sight. The winds blew gently, filling the nostrils of the two companions with the smell of freshly cut grass. Ahead of them was a winding dirt road leading down to a mellow grassland area surrounded by more trees. The route hosted a pretty clear cut path to Cherrygrove City, and from the entrance Graham could see the gate allowing passage to Route 46 to the Northwest.

Graham looked down at Chikorita, and asked “This is a beautiful sight, huh? It'll be a bit of a walk before we reach the next city, but that means we'll have tons of time to train along the way.” Chikorita smiled, and pranced around Graham in enjoyment.

Let's get a move on.” Graham suggested as he started walking down the path, Chikorita followed loyally. The path winded down the contour of the route, and the two trotted down until they reached the bottom.

There was a small patch of fruit bearing trees, next to casually placed rocks in the grassland area at the bottom of the hill they just descended. Graham pointed to the rocks, and suggested “Lets take a quick break.”

Graham lowered himself onto the rock, and laid back on the stone placing his hands behind his head. Looking up to the sky, and taking a deep breath he noted “It's such a beautiful day.” Chikorita hopped on the rock, snuggling next to Graham. He wrapped his arm around his new Pokemon, and the two rested for some time, soaking up the midday sunlight.

Half an hour passed before Graham was suddenly awoken by the force of Chikorita jumping on his stomach.

Chika!Chikorita yelped, mouth agape staring at Graham.

He sat up slowly giving a brief yawn, stretching his arms into air around him. He picked up Chikorita, and said “You must be hungry.” She looked back him with a blank stare, and a slight smirk.

I'll take that as a yes.” Graham stood up, placing Chikorita on the ground in front of him. He picked up his duffel, and dug around for some sort of food.

Sorry honey, looks like we're going to have to find something to eat. I don't have anything in my bag.” Graham looked around, then suddenly had an epiphany.
Look over there,” he pointed in the direction of the fruit bearing trees behind the rock formation. “Let's go see what kind of berries are on those trees.”

Graham, and Chikorita headed in that direction, until they reached a small ledge. Graham picked Chikorita up, and placed her on top of the ledge in front of him. Graham took a few steps back, then exclaimed “Watch out, I'm coming up there!”

Chikorita shuffled to the left, as he dashed forward hurdling up, and over the ledge with ease. They approached the trees, to find the branches covered in small blue berries. Graham was cautious about just picking the fruit off, and feeding them to his new Pokemon. He then remembered that he received a new Pokedex from Daisy, and Professor Elm back at the laboratory, and he could probably search the Berrydex to find out exactly what these were. Graham opened his bag, and pulled the new Pokedex out of a sleeve pocket inside the bag.

Graham sat down in the lotus position and Chikorita curled up in his lap to watch him fiddle with the front panel of the Pokedex. He pushed the center button of the Pokedex, and the display opened, and powered on.
A voice emerged from the device “Thank you for using the H.E.E.D. Pokedex Systems, Model HANDY1066. I'm Gordon, a Pokedex programmed by Professor Elm for Pokemon Trainer Graham Chandler. I sense an active Xtranciever within my proximity, is it yours?”
Graham looked at his wrist, to see his Xtranciever flashing blue, with the words “Press to Sync,” displayed on the screen. He motioned at Chikorita to press it. She tapped the device, and the flashing stopped. The voice emerged from the Xtranciever now instead of the Pokedex.
Thank you for syncing your devices. You may now actively ask your Xtranciever questions, and it will supply you with information from the electronic encyclopedia database. To initiate Pokedex mode, refer to your Xtranciever as Gordon, then ask your question.” The device then quieted down.
Graham and Chikorita looked at each other, then he spoke “Well that's cool huh?” He stroked the oversized leaf on her head, and started again “Lets try it out! I know you're hungry.”

Chikorita nodded in delight, and hopped out of Graham's lap. He then stood up, and positioned his watch out in front of him, and called out "Gordon.”
His Xtranciever lit up, and Gordon responded “Gordon here. How can I be of assistance?”
I want to feed my Pokemon some berries I found. They're small, and blue, and they're pretty firm. I'm not entirely sure what they are, but is it safe for Chikorita to eat?”
Yes! From you're description you've explained an Oran Berry. They're pretty common, and grow in small bunches almost over night. They also contain a wondrous mix of flavors that appeal to the taste of many Pokemon. They're also known to contain natural basic healing abilities for injured Pokemon. I wouldn't recommend them for human consumption either.”
Graham was astonished by the amount of information given to him by the device. “Thank you Gordon.” He said, picking a couple branches of berries off the trees.
Anytime, sir.” Gordon replied.
Graham separated three berries from one of the branches he picked off then put the remainder of berries in a small pocket in his bag. He knelt down, and outstretched his hand to Chikorita offering the berries to her “Eat up, you'll like these.”

Chikorita smiled, then proceeded to chow down on the berries in front of her. Graham smiled, and giggled a bit as the feeling of Chikorita eating out of his palm was slightly ticklish. He was surprised that Chikorita was so fond of him already, and was glad with his new Pokemon friend. She finished eating the last berry, and Graham sprang back to his feet.

Looking at his watch, the time read 2:14PM. Graham suggested again “Let's get a move on, yeah?”

Chikorita responded joyfully, and the two began to wander deeper into the route.



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Scott - Gym Leader Falkner

Something was on Scott's mind as he wondered through the streets of Violet City, what if he were to take the gym challenge, in the even that he would change his - no he would never change his mind, he was not going back to his old miserable life, yet the gym challenge did seem like a good way to spend his time, plus he hadn't really spent much time recently with his pokémon - he says to himself he doesn't care but he really does. - he noticed then that on the way back to the hotel he would be passing the gym, and a bell rang in the back of his brain, urging him to do it. He wanted to do it, he really did, yet something was holding him back. When he finally reached the gym he looked upon it, gazing at the front entrance. Suddenly, the electronic doors opened to show a familiar face, falkner.

"Back again I see."

"Er, yeah."

Scott didn't want to ask for a battle, he had no idea how this thing worked, and he felt so embaressed.

"Don't fret about it, come on inside, I presume you are here for a battle?"

"Y-yeah please."

Why was he being so polite? Falkner lead him to a large rectangular field in the gym where he would have his battle, and was told to stand at one end by the ref.

"This battle will be a one on one between challenger, erm.."

"Scott, from Jhoto."

"Scott, from Jhoto, and the gym leader Falkner, begin!"


The referee pulled a face as Scott mentioned he was from Jhoto, it was sort of vague, and completely obvious.

The battle started with Falkner sending out his pidgeotto. Scott released his Gallade, knwoing one of it's moves was an electric type. This was kept discreet. The first move was by Scott, calling out for a energy ball to be created but not thrown. The pidgeot attempted to strike with quick attack, but was quickly slammed with an energy ball in the face, making it (technically) a physical move. Pidgeotto fell backwards, but was quick on it's feet, and launched yet another quick attack, this time hitting without a recoil attack. Gallade did a quick backflip before using it's signiture move psycho cut, smashing right into pidgeotto, sending it flying. The foe struggled to climb back to it's feet. Gallade didn't attack just yet, and was awaiting to see if the pidgeotto was down and out, or capable but tired. Sure enough, the pidgeotto got back up, and flew itself into the air, preparing for an aerial ace attack. Everything for a second went in slow motion, as a super effective attack came from above. Gallade pulled out its claw(or hand or paw or whatever) and charged it up with surges of electricity. The foe came close and close, and the electricity grew stronger and stronger, before pidgeotto got so close, that Gallade could punch it with thunderpunch. The punch sent pidgeotto flying halfway across the battlefield, knocking it out for sure, and best of all, barely a scratch on Gallade.

"Great match, here's the gym badge."

Scott gingerly took the gym badge, and returned his Gallade. He wasn't celebrating, but he had a smile on his face. he shoved the badge in his pocket.

"Oh, you don't have a badge case yet?"

Scott curiously looked at Falkner, who turned to a wooden cabinet, and opened it to reveal astack of cases. He handed one to Scott.

"Thank you."

"Your welcome, and may I just say how excellently you battled, you may even be able to take on my father!"

Scott just remembered the whole point of him being there just then, he must have gotten distracted during his battle, ah well, at least he had fun.

Scott headed back to the hotel grinning, with a case with one badge half sticking out of his right pocket.
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Flint and Posideon made their first step onto Route 29 and the first thing they saw was a swarm of Ratatta. Flint had decided that he would catch the first pokemon he saw and that was a Ratatta. Flint started planning what to do and then finally decided. He told Posideon his plan and Posideon agreed with him.

Posideon walked towards the Ratatta and used Leer. To the Ratatta, Posideon appeared as a giant monster that would devour them in a few minutes. Posideon let out a low growl but to the terrified Ratatta's sensitive ears that sounded like a Charizard roaring. All the Ratatta fled except one single one. It stared at him unconvincingly and then went ahead and chomped Posideon's arm.

"Totodiiiile!!!" screamed Posideon running around trying to throw the Ratatta . Then Flint shouted, "Posideon throw that thing on a tree." Posideon obeyed and threw the Ratatta on the tree. The Ratatta fell banged against the tree and fell down. Posideon quickly used a Scratch, but the Ratatta got up quickly and used Quick Attack.

Both the pokemon clashed against each other and were sent back. The Ratatta got up quicker and used Quick Attack on Posideon. Then it bit Posideon's arm. "Posideon throw that thing on a stone and finish it off with Dig." screamed Flint. "Tottooooodillllle!!!!" screamed Posideon throwing the Ratatta on the stone and then used Dig.

Totodile attacked with a powerful Dig that managed to break the stone. The Ratatta lay on the ground with Posideon beside it panting. Flint quickly threw a Heal Ball at it he always kept Heal Balls in his bag. The Ball started shaking. Flint sprayed a Potion on Posideon, determined not to take any more chances with the Ratatta.

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Ability: Sheer Force.

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- Scratch

- Leer

- Dig.
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"GRRAAAAAARHHHGGGHH!!!", the low growl from the baby croc sounded like the roar of thunder to its ears. A cold sweat spread down its spine.. Rattata looked at the monstrous face of the Totodile and then at those vicious teeth.

You didn't have to beat the poor thing Flint, it was already unconscious by just the looks of your Totodile!
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“Seriously, how long does it take...?”

Blake stared at his PokeGear after a final bite on his toast, impatience sweeping through his mind. His contact from Azalea Town was fifteen minutes late with his information, and that frustrated Blake greatly; he was, after all, known for completing his missions swiftly and with no hassle. Blake picked up the gizmo and starting toggling on the menu uninterestingly. Although the multi-featured tech had been upgraded through the years ever since it's release fifteen years ago, the features were still dated. Blake only bought it to save on some money.

Afer a few more minutes the PokeGear finally started ringing. Blake harshly swiped on the screen and was ready to glare at the front camera, but then was surprised to find a familiar face on the screen.

“What's cracking, Popeye?”

“Raz? Out of everyone, they chose you to help me out with this? I thought this was an important assignment...”

The black-haired grunt on the screen backed away as if to look offended, “Oi, watch what you say Blake! Give me some credit; I volunteered to help you today!” Blake almost laughed out loud. “Aww, that's cute, I'll give you that. Still, why is your PokeGear stuck on your wrist? Is that some kind of accessory or something?”

Raz was puzzled for a second before snapping his fingers in realization and laughing. “Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you. I sold my PokeGear last week. We are talking on my brand, spanking new... Xtransceiver 5.0! Imported straight from my distant cousin in Unova! Whaddya think, WHADDYA THINK?” Raz started twisting his left wrist as if Blake was actually there looking at the watch-based tech. Blake just slapped his forehead in return.

“Raz... firstly, the cross-transceiver is for kids or really old people who can't handle with new tech. Secondly, I thought you were broke?”

“This was sent by my cousin as a gift. And I don't care, I'ld rather be a kid then some boring grown-up like you.”

Blake widened his mouth in amusement, a little laughter coming out. “You certainly weren't too old for that young lass in Goldenrod.”

Raz erupted into a fit, remembering the event of a month ago. “Dude, first she wasn't a minor, and second it's her own fault, not mine, for making herself look five years older in a nightclub. Girl could of hit off with worser men. Still, her daddy was a little hard to get rid of though... anyway, enough chit-chat, let's talk about the mission now, eh?”

Blake was a little annoyed that it was Raz who brought the conversation to it’s intended purpose, but he nodded assertively anyway. They had already wasted much time.

“Mr Rees is currently in a local cafe, typing something on his laptop. Dude just came out of the restroom. Been here for quite a while now, so I fee- yup, his finished whatever he was doing. Ok, his starting to mo-”

“Try putting a tag on him, Raz. Bump onto him or something.”

“Right, I’ll be back in a sec then. Wish me luck!” The screen of the PokeGear suddenly blipped and returned to the home screen. Blake sighed and started tapping his fingers on the wooden table, anxiously waiting for a reply from Raz. Only around a minute later, the PokeGear started ringing again. Blake swiped his screen, eager to see the outcome. “So?”

“Success, son! Piece. Of. Cake. Tag placed on target, so now there should be a mark on your map telling you where Mr Rees is as long as his within a twenty-mile radius. You wanna meet up?”

“Sure. Come here on Sunrise Cafe. We'll discuss how to take him away.”

“Aye aye, Popeye. See you in a sec.”

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Joe grinned when he saw the little shaking ball come to a halt. The capture was clearly successful and he could now check off “Catch Pokémon” off his beginning trainer’s ‘to-do’ list. He walked over to his prize and picked it up. The Pokeball looked identical to Seedot’s which he thought would make it difficult to determine which Pokeball contained which Pokémon. To remedy this, Joe picked through his backpack for a washable marker and drew a circle on Sentret’s Pokémon. He looked at his Pokedex and noticed the LED indicator blinking. The trainer opened the device and was greeted with a screen indicated that the Pokedex picked up that he caught Sentret and gave a readout of his newly acquired Pokémon’s vitals in addition to advice. According to it, Sentret was badly poisoned and in a condition of nearly fainting, which it suggested he use an antidote if available.

Heeding the device’s advisory, Joe rummage around his pack once more, this time retrieving an antidote and began reading the instructions on how to use it. The directions stated that the patient should be out of its container and the serum is to be injected orally for animalistic Pokémon, used as a needle for those lacking a mouth, and any ***** in the armor for ones with heavy armor and no mouth. Joe let his new Sentret out of the Pokeball. Sentret looked exactly the same as he did not moments before hand. It was battered and breathing very heavily as though its lungs were struggling to function. Very quickly, the trainer opened the antidote’s packaging and administrated the serum. The concoction’s effect took a couple minutes to take effect, but Sentret began to make a quick recovery once it did.

The newly caught Pokémon regained awareness of its surroundings once again and was able to stand up on his hind legs. He looked at Joe and Seedot and didn’t know what to make of the situation. In Sentret’s view, it was one moment ago being beat up by the pair, and then the large creature did magic to heal him. Joe tried to break the ice and speak to his team’s second member. ”Hey buddy, I just captured you, I’m your new trainer…..well…not really new, because that implies you had an old one, but that’s not the point. I’m the one you’ll be taking orders from now, ok?” The scout Pokémon gave a very perplexed look at the American trainer as if it wasn’t sure what any of Joe’s incoherent talk turned rambles meant.

Instead of noticeably showing any sign of understanding the concept of its new subjugation, Sentret slowly wandered over the Seedot. The tiny acorn Pokémon seemed uncomfortable with its approach, but allowed it to come up to him. Sentret studied him from head to toe. It was fortunate for all parties involved that the observation didn’t take long, as Seedot is nothing but a head and toes. The curious Pokémon then began to sniff Seedot, and invaded the grass type’s personal space in doing so. Out of discomfort, Seedot stiffened up and was on the verge of head-butting the Sentret. And then finally, without warning, Sentret opened his mouth up wide and bit Seedot on the head. Joe’s only response was to yell very loudly ”Oh god, why!”
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Rosa slid from Lizzi's back as the large dragon alighted in the center of Mahogany Town. The town and it's surrounding area had changed a lot over the past few years. The Forest to the north had become increasingly impassible and the Pokémon which made the forest their home were more hostile than ever. Many people had theories about the area, a lot blamed human interference in the forest for the change. While the forest had grown more uninhabitable, Mahogany town itself had actually expanded very rapidly in a population spike around 10 years ago. Seren knew the reason for both of these phenomena.

After returning Lizzi to her Pokéball, she strode towards the Pokécenter. The automatic doors slid open with a soft hiss causing the receptionist to look up.

"Welcome to the Mahogany Pok- Oh. Morning Seren. You can go right on through." She said.

The receptionist had begun to speak in a well practiced greeting for Pokémon trainers, but upon recognizing Seren had dropped the facade as no one else was present. Rosa nodded to the receptionist and continued through a door towards the overnight rooms for trainers. Stepping inside an elevator at the end of the hallway, Rosa inserted her trainer license into a slot and withdrew it after the machine emitted a beeping tone. The elevator jerked and began to move downwards, towards 'B1'.
When the elevator doors opened the exterior was entirely different from the Pokécenter above, rather than welcoming carpets and warmly coloured furniture, Rosa found herself greeted with the familiar white and black corridors. Coloured stripes ran along the floor, by way of a navigation system. Each line would lead to a different area of the complex. The red line lead towards the barracks, where Seren had previously spent many nights. Blue would lead the way to the officer suites, a place which Rosa had never visited although due to her promotion, was now headed. Green lead towards the cafeteria, yellow towards the off duty halls which were located next to the cafeteria. A purple line would lead the way towards Research and Development and a brown towards the training halls. The black line lead towards Archer's office.

Rosa did not need these lines though as she knew the base well enough. Without much though, she began to walk towards the barracks but had to stop herself and change direction towards the officer suites. It was strange to be walking towards the officer suites but she was sure that they would be more comfortable than the barracks. If nothing else, they would be more private.
The hallways were busy, in contrast to the empty Pokécenter floors above. Rosa nodded to a few people she recognized whilst she made her way towards her new lodgings. Rosa was deadly serious and highly focused when she was on duty, but also a fun-loving and charismatic person and as such she made an effort to know those that she worked with. Now that she was an officer, she had decided that it was more even more important to be focused when on duty, yet friendly and approachable. One of the other executives, Blake was a similar personality and a lot of the grunts looked up to him because he was a fun person to be around, yet a very competent officer. The executive who Rosa would be replacing had also been a very popular, and had been a close friend to many of the members of Team Rocket, regardless of rank or position. Rosa knew that it would be hard to fill the gap left by Zero's death, and was slightly nervous about some of the responsibilities she would now have.

"Oi, shorty!" Someone yelled from behind her.

Rosa turned around trying to force an indignant expression onto her face but failing as a grin spread across her face in recognition of the voice. Walking towards her, grinning like an idiot was a tall, skinny man with dark hair and flight jacket on.

"Congratulations! I mean, if it would please my lady, I would like to congratulate her." Jake mocked as he approached.

Rosa was well used to Jake's sense of humor as well as his teasing attitude.

"Oh sod off you." Rosa laughed as she punched him in the arm lightly. "But really, don't ever call me 'my lady' again. I outrank you, and that's an order." She said jokingly.

"Oh oh! Yes Ma'am!"Jake replied.

"Don't call me Ma'am either. Or madam, or 'my liege' or 'my queen'. What are you doing down here anyway, you know this is the way to the officer quarters. Were you planning on sneaking into my new room and scaring the crap out of me when i go to take a shower or something? I wouldn't put it past you." Rosa asked, continuing the sibling-like banter that the two often had.

"Oh-ho you may outrank me but you're still about half my height. No i wasn't going to sneak into you room, I was merely visiting one of my numerous conquests-of-love. You know I have almost all the girls in this base swooning over me now it's hard to keep track of them all." Jake replied jovially.

"Very funny, out with it lover-boy!." Rosa answered sarcastically.

"Haha alright alright, Calvin from R&D said he saw you come this way, so I thought I'd give you congratulations. I should really get running though, need to get a group out to the lake for a training exercise."

"I.. thanks Jake, I mean it. Heh okay, try not to crash that chopper again" Rosa laughed.




Reaching the quarters which were reserved for the Executives and Archer himself, Rosa soon found a door with her named embossed on it in brass letters. once again Rosa inserted her license into a slot and waited for a beep. The door clicked and Rosa eagerly pushed it open.

Instantly Rosa knew this was going to be a huge amount more comfortable than the barracks. There large main room had a double bed, a sofa TV and personal computer. On the other side of the room there was a large en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. Rosa's initial plan was to check out her room, then go and get her stuff from the barracks, head to the training-halls and retire for the night. However Rosa had found all her belongings already in her new room, piled neatly at the foot of the large bed. Deciding to put away her belongings later, Rosa got changed into her training gear, which comprised of a vest, sneakers and a pair of jogging trousers, she left her room and headed straight to the training halls.

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Mountain Encounter on Route 46 - C1:P4



After some time navigating over the rolling hills, and through the lush forest vegetation Graham, and Chikorita emerged from the brush to find the gate entrance that lead to Route 46.

"There's the gate." Graham said aloud. He then continued, "I bet we can get a great look at the mountains from the bottom of Route 46." Chikorita yipped in excitement, and the two headed in the direction of the gate.

When they reached the front entrance the doors automatically slid open. The two walked into the junction slowly, and it was empty, besides a guard standing behind a desk in the middle of the area. They followed the path headed towards the other set of sliding doors, when they were stopped abruptly by the gate guard.

"If you're heading into Route 46 be extra careful. We don't need anyone else getting hurt." The guard demanded in a deep, and serious tone.

"What happened?" Graham asked insistently.

"Last night there was an incident on Route 45. A lot of wild Pokemon were found sick, and injured. We lost a lot of them unfortunately, and it wasn't a good scene." The guard paused in silence for a second while he caught his breath. "A lot of the Pokemon in this habitat are a bit on edge right now after all the commotion that went on last night. Keep an eye out for any specific activity, and if you see anything let somebody around here know."

Graham looked down at Chikorita with a surprised face on, then returned to the guard. "Thank you. I'll make sure to let you know if I see anything."

The guard nodded, and sent the two of them on their way out the other side of gate. Graham, and Chikorita were in awe at the grandeur of the black mountains in front of them. Most of the mountain base was engulfed in tall grass, and steep ledges that led up the mountainside.

In search of some excitement Graham, and Chikorita explored through the tall grass looking for wild Pokemon to battle, and capture. It was oddly quiet on this route. There weren't any Pokemon running around, nor were there any trainers in this part of the region. The two continued to wander through the tall grass until they reached a flat, open area near a ledge that touched the base of the mountain side.

"What are we doing out here?" Graham asked, picking up a small rock at his feet. He rolled it around in his palm, then threw it at a dip in the mountain side without paying much attention to where the rock landed.

He then turned to Chikorita, and said "We should get out of here, all the wild Pokemon don't want to be bothered today." The sound of grunting changed Chikorita's expression to a distraught look, as she tried to signal something to Graham.

"What are you trying to . . ." Graham's sentence was stopped short.

DOINK! The same rock he just threw flew back, and hit him in the head. He wobbled for a second, then looked around frantically to locate the source of the thrown rock. A wild Geodude started nearing towards the two. It didn't look too happy, as it was approaching at a vehemently fast pace.

Rubbing the side of his head Graham began, "Are you ready for your first battle?" Chikorita jumped in front of Graham with a determined face on, and responded "
CHIKA, CHIKA!"

Tension grew as Geodude, and Chikorita continued to stare each other down. It was unclear exactly what was going on to Graham as the Pokemon weren't saying anything, and they were just standing there looking at each other ready to rip the other's head off. Graham crossed his arms, and tried to make sense of the situation. He thought back to earlier when the guard mentioned to him that the wild Pokemon were a bit on edge, and that he should be careful in these parts as the Pokemon won't respond well if their natural habitat is disturbed.

"I guess it's too late to apologize now. Chikorita use Growl!" Chikorita opened its mouth, and a low rumbling sound came from the small grass Pokemon. Geodude winced at the noise, and quickly sought after a way to make the noise stop. The rock Pokemon then scurried to a small rock pile, picked up a rock, then hurled it at Chikorita; accurately hitting her in the head.

Graham struggled trying to keep himself from laughing as Chikorita, trying to return to it's feet, being knocked over by the abrupt blow. However the battle went on, and Graham then shouted more orders. "Don't get discouraged, get even. Fire back with tackle!"

Chikorita then jolted in the direction of Geodude, and rammed head first into the Pokemon. Geodude withstood the attack with ease, then proceeded to tuck it's arms into it's body, curling up into a rock-like ball.

"Gordon?!" Graham called out to his Xtranciever.
"Yes sir?" The watch-like device spoke back to him.
"What is this Geodude doing? We were in the middle of a battle, and now it's just rolled up into one big rock."
"It's probably using a move called Defense Curl. Pokemon with this move channel their energy into curling up, and building their defenses in a pinch. Watch out because Pokemon like Geodude gain extra strength when using moves like Defense Curl, and Rollout together. It can be a devastating combo."
Graham then turned to Chikorita, and told her "Jump on top of Geodude, and use your Hidden Power. Maybe it'll be something that's effective verse it." Chikorita then followed orders as it was commanded, and leaped on top of the rock-ball once formerly known as Geodude. Pausing for a second, Chikorita hummed a low pitched noise, and the beads around her neck began to glow. A sudden burst of energy then emitted itself from Chikorita into the motionless rock. Nothing drastic happened.

Suddenly the rock began to rumble, and started to spin sending Chikorita flying off the top of the Rock Pokemon.

"Holy ****, this is exactly what Gordon warned me of." Graham motioned to Chikorita "Be alert, and watch out for that spinning rock! Use growl, and try to dodge that thing when it comes back in your direction."

He watched as a thick cloud of dust formed beginning to fill the makeshift battlefield. The wild Geodude's rollout was growing in strength. Chikorita was unable to use growl as it's target wasn't in sight due to the disorientation caused by the developing dust cloud. In an instant the rock Pokemon came back again to strike Chikorita with it's rollout attack. Chikorita's body flew threw the air again, and hit the ground with a loud thump.

"Chikorita, are you okay?" Graham called out amidst the cloud of growing dust.

"
Chika, chika." The faint sound of Chikorita's voice resonated back to him.

This time the Geodude came back again with another Rollout attack, and it hit Chikorita even harder this time, sending the small Pokemon whizzing in Graham's direction. Chikorita's body lay recumbent at Graham's feet. Struggling to breath, and nearing the end of her health Chikorita made one last attempt to stand up using the last bit of energy left inside her.

Graham spoke softly "This is enough Chikorita. You're badly hurt, and continuing to fight is only going to end badly." Chikorita disregarded Graham's words, and took a step forward. Across the battlefield, Geodude was spinning out, and gearing up for another blow, one that would surely knock Chikorita out.

Graham started again "We started this fight, and if anyone can end it right now, it's you. I believe in you Chikorita."

A cloud of dust kicked up behind Geodude, as it began to roll in the direction of Graham, and Chikorita. This time Chikorita closed her eyes, and braced the ground below in a tentative manner. Geodude grew closer, and closer as Chikorita let out a sudden cry "
CHIKORITA!"

The leaf on it's head stood up, and with a sudden jolt of the head Chikorita's leaf made contact with the Geodude seconds before the intended impact. Geodude flew across the field through the settling dust, and brutally smashed into the ledge it emerged from.

"Holy!" Graham stopped himself, and picked up Chikorita in an instant. "What was that?"
Gordon then spoke out "If I didn't know any better, I'd say that was Razor Leaf. It's a move that's common amongst young grass Pokemon. Seeing as your Chikorita was very low on health it's Overgrow ability helped boost the power of the move, and seemingly it was critically effective."
Graham nodded in acknowledgement, then headed over in the direction of the wild Geodude to observe the aftermath of that devastating attack. Geodude was slumped against the ledge with it's tongue hanging out, and it's eyes rolled into the back of it's head.

"I don't think it's a good idea to catch fainted Pokemon. Maybe we should leave this guy here to get some rest, and return back to it's normal life. You gave him a pretty bad beating, huh?" Graham, and Chikorita both chuckled at the sight of the now lifeless Pokemon.

This was their first experience with each other as trainer, and Pokemon. Graham then picked up again "You know, I thought you were done there for a second, you got me scared, but I believed in you, and you did it. I'm proud of you Chikorita."

Chikorita blushed lightly, and voiced "
Chiko … rita ..." slowly closing her eyes. Graham then reached into the side of his bag where Chikorita's Pokeball was then whispered in her ear "You deserve a rest honey. Sleep well." Pressing the Pokeball's button, Chikorita soon became engulfed in the red light that brought Chikorita to it's resting place inside the Pokeball.

Graham looked at his watch, but the time didn't matter. It was time for him to get Chikorita back to safety, and back to good health. He turned around leaving the Geodude fainted against the ledge, and headed back in the direction of the gate junction.

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The Heal Ball stopped shaking. Flint walked over to it and picked it up. Now the Ratatta remained safely in the ball. Flint sent out the Ratatta and it looked at him curiously. Then it turned around and saw Posideon. The Ratatta went on a battle stance and growled at Posideon. However once Flint looked at it he realized that it's teeth was chattering nervously. Flint realized that the Ratatta was trying to act like a tough guy but was actually scared of Posideon.

"Posideon explain to him that I am his trainer and not his enemy. Tell him that you are his friend and not any enemy." said Flint to Posideon. Posideon nodded his agreement and started blabberring to the Ratatta in a language that only Pokemon could understand. The Ratatta listened patiently and then walked up to Flint and sat on his shoulder. "Haha, cool man. Now what should I name you?" said Flint laughing while thinking of a name for the Ratatta. He then chanced upon a great one. Ethan's mom had once told him about a trainer called Joey who called up Ethan up every 5 seconds. He also had a Ratatta who was among the 'top percentage' of Ratatta.

"How would you like the name Joey?" Joey nodded his agreement."Okay Posideon this is Joey. Now I have some work to do in New Bark Town so come along with me." Posideon and Joey followed him along as he made his way to Ethan's house. He knocked on the door and Ethan's mother opened the door and asked him to come inside. Ethan's mother had been like a second mother to Flint and Flnt had many memories of sitting in her house and listening to stories of Ethan's adventures.

After talking while sipping some Hot Chocolate, Flint told Ethan's mother about the quest and showed her his pokemon. "Take care honey, I don't want the same thing to happen to to you as it happened
to.....Ethan.." she said sobbing. "Don't cry Mam, I'll take care. Now I'll go. Bye."said Flint getting up. "Wait honey I have a Present for you. You have plain Pokegear right, here's a Xtranscivier." she said handing over the watch to Flint." Thanks a lot Mam. Bye." said Flint waving and going out of the house. He took out the Xtranscivier and checked the time. It read 5:00 pm."Well we better get a move on guys." Flint said to both his friends pokemon.
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Bringing an end to the squabbling Pokémon was no easy feat for Joe. ’How am I supposed to make a squirrel become friends with an acorn?’ he pondered silently. He realized how silly of a question that sounded with no context but lacked the time needed to fully appreciate the absurdity. In front of him were his two, and currently only, team who seemed to have it out for one another. Joe wanted the chance to look through the Pokedex to see if there were any articles on disciplining Pokémon, but Seedot gave Sentret a good head-butt to the face before he even had a chance to avert his eyes.

”Ok, that’s enough bull crap for right now.” Joe recalled Seedot back into his Pokeball. He thought Sentret needed some time to accept his authority over it since the Pokedex stated earlier that wild Pokémon need to be tamed prior to use in battles and not doing so would cause disobedience during battles, so it might be a better idea to keep Seedot in confinement instead. ”Sentret, I need you to listen up. I’m not sure if you can understand me, but you need to learn to take orders from me at some point.” Unlike the last time Joe tried to communicate with it, Sentret seemed to pay its trainer much more attention and maybe even understanding to concept.

Before anything though, Joe thought he’d try to start the process of training Sentret like one would a dog; by giving it food. Joe reached into a side pocket of his bag and pulled out a small pack of crackers. Joe put one in his own mouth to show it was food before outstretching his hand with the other. Cautiously, Sentret wandered up and sniffed the morsel before greedily snatching it out of the rookie’s hand and devouring it in mere bites. Like a regular squirrel or hamster, Sentret stored his meal in his cheeks and slowly began to actually consume it within a few minutes.

”Alright…so now that the snack break is over…..let’s start walking to the next town. Follow me.” Joe began to walk backwards while gesturing with his hand for Sentret to follow as he went. At first the Pokémon just sat there puzzled and didn’t know what to make of the situation. It wasn’t until Joe was about thirty yards away that Sentret began to walk towards his master, though only out of curiosity and was hoping that there’d be more delicious crackers on the way.
Midway through Sentret’s advance, the Pokémon’s eyes twitched up and he stopped moving entirely. As a part of his natural instincts, the Scout balanced himself on his tail and began listening to something in the distance. In a panic, Sentret began to run towards the large walking food dispenser with a look of fear visibly showing. Whatever it was, it was too low for Joe’s ears to pick up, and the trainer thought the brown fur ball was acting strange. Sentret walked closer to Joe, looking more worried as they continued the trip, which may have been a sign that they were walking towards whatever was startling Sentret.

When the pair got closer to the sound’s origin, Joe was finally able to pick up on the sound. It was a frantic amount of squawking coming from multiple creatures. They approached a small clearing and Joe was able to see the situation unfolding. A bunch of birds were being attacked by a few creatures that were shooting fire into the air. Near the sources of fire, there two figures that Joe could make out to be humans, though the distance between them resulted in him not being able to see much detail. ”Hmmm….to approach or not to approach. That is the question.”

Sentret, being a wild Pokémon, would obviously not have understood the reference of Joe’s rhetoric, though it posed a very good question. Joe didn’t know those trainers, and Elm did seem worried about that Neon group. If they were them, he probably wouldn’t stand a chance. On the other hand, if they were friendly, maybe they’d be able to tell him a short cut to Cherrygrove. Ultimately, Joe chose to stay put for a moment to see how things would play out. Unlike Seedot who lacked joints, Sentret seemed quick enough to be able to run if needed.
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Mari sighed, focusing herself. Mentally, she was despondent of this new Pokemon. Not because he was incapable... Not because he was a poor choice. But because he replaced Fate. The key point that Mari took away from that was that indeed, she lacked focus and so did Kindle; especially now that in the middle of combat, she dwelled on this point. Visibly, she hesitated as the Pidgey redoubled its attention against her Cyndaquil, its leer posing a clear and present danger to the fire-type creature under Mari's command. Kindle wavered in his defenses, visibly shaken, a chill sending frigid, fatal spikes down the Pokemon's spine to quell the fire of battle within it. But the Pidgey was weak from injury, from fatigue... It had battled far too long already.

You have played this game far too long, mortal... I think I shall remove you from the board.

This was not a capture-or-run scenario for Mari; that look in her blue eyes... Even a newbie trainer could sense it in her soul a mile away. This Pidgey was going down, and with its incapacitation, Kindle would grow stronger. Yes... Something in her bones told her that was the right thing to do. To put it out of its misery; for now. She turned her attention to her shaken Cyndaquil, her blue eyes meeting with the slit-eyes of the fire-type Pokemon. It was as if there was a mutual, unspoken understanding... An understanding that words did not describe adequately. In her head, she knew what the Cyndaquil was thinking, as if bonded to him even then.

Take him down. That's what the Cyndaquil understood; not how, not why... Just to get it done. And so it would.

With a ferocious strike from above with its claws, the Cyndaquil rended the Pidgey, snapping from one location to another with such lightning speed that it took an entire portion of a second for Mari's eyes to follow it. Without further hesitation, down came the claws in a nicely-choreographed display of Aerial Ace for a second time, surely bringing that Pidgey down for the count. Satisfied, the Cyndaquil spouted its name in that squeaky tone, confident it had dealt with the present threat.

True to form, the Pidgey lay still on the ground, battered and bruised, but not dead. Its heart beat still, and its breath rose and fell in its chest. Good.

"Kindle... Good job," Mari stated, hesitating before those last two words, as if she didn't believe it herself. She smiled only faintly, giving the Pokemon an encouraging nod. She knelt on one knee, and the Cyndaquil approached happily, a smile on its muzzle. Mari was sure to pet the Pokemon vigorously, displaying more than words could her pride that her Pokemon stayed true-to-form and pulled ahead. "You did good, little one."

But she never returned him to his Pokeball... Would she have done that to Fate? No... Hell no.

After a few moments basking in this minor victory, Mari turned her attention back to the human child that had thanked her for her assistance. Without any thought into it, she had inadvertantly ignored his attention paid to her while battling the Pidgey.

Her voice was smooth and with a certain feminine quality not many women shared; was she foreign? "Hey, don't sweat it, kid. I'm just glad I didn't get **** on, too. Pidgey crap is a pain in the ass to clean out of the fur, y'know?"
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Faris Miller - Route 29


The pokeball made a noise signifying that the pidgey had been caught. Faris picked up the ball and looked at it before hearing the fox woman respond. "Hey, don't sweat it, kid. I'm just glad I didn't get **** on, too. Pidgey crap is a pain in the ass to clean out of the fur, y'know?" At that last comment Faris looked over at Prometheus, not quite looking forward to cleaning him if that was true and he planned to resist. He took a look at the fallen pidgey that had accompanied his own during the battle, laying there fainted. It seemed she wasn’t looking for an easy capture. He looked at her cyndaquil whose name was apparently Kindle and realized it was probably one of the starter pokemon from Elm’s lab. Normally a trainer who received a starter from the professor was more around his own age, young. Younger or older trainers that did the same were usually friends or favors of the professor, or there was a reason he asked for them specifically to receive one. Either way it meant the professor trusted her and the professor was a good, smart man.

"You appear to be a good person. I hope it stays that way," Faris judged, the last part being sincere, not a threat. He brought his attention back to the ball in his hand. With a swift movement he released the pidgey inside and realized he and Prometheus weren't the only ones in need of a bath. His new teammate shook to get off enough sludge to regain proper flight then proceeded to glare at Faris, clearly not liking him. "We need a new name for you, companion," he said to the pidgey, running through suitable names. "Perhaps Virtuous Wings? Feathered Crusader?" The bird pokemon continued its glare. "Angel?" No change. I thought for sure it would like that one. He looked himself over once more. Although I wouldn't quite say it's fitting.

This pidgey was skilled but it was too proud. "If you do not stop being so pridefully disobedient you will one day find yourself at your downfall at the hands of your own hubris." Wait. Downfall? Hubris? Those words brought to mind another story from the same land that he got Prometheus' name from. It was the tale of a master craftsman who created wings held by wax for his son so he could fly. The man warned his son that if he flew too high, close to the sun, that the wings would melt. In his hubris, the son ignored his father's warning and did just that, the wax melting and the grandeous wings coming undone with the son plummeting into the sea where he drowned. "Very well, your name shall be Icarus." The pidgey tilted his head to the side, probably wondering about the confidence and certainty with which Faris said this name as opposed to the others.

Faris turned back to the fox woman. He wasn't planning on making friends, but if he ever needed her help again he would need a name to ask for. "My name is Faris Miller," he started, stating his own name out of politeness. "What is yours?" He only planned to get her name then return to New Bark, Cherrygrove suddenly seeming a little too far to clean his foul smelling team, himself included.

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