blood_skull_boi realized that he had missed a lot of things recently. But he figured if they didn't involve him then he shouldn't really bother. He wasn't one to involve himself in useless matters, especially if they were Pokemon related. He was the highest ranked in 'calmness' in the Sanic Military School, after all.
blood_skull_boi was lost in his dark thoughts when he heard things blowing up. Asteroids crashing from the sky. He gave an anime smirk. This was his opportunity to establish his dominance over the other players. He jumped up, and cleanly sliced an incoming meteor, and skipped towards another, and continued this chain reaction while simultaneously travelling towards the group of pokemon in the distance (all of this is very badass shut up okay).
So focused was he in his task (He was highest ranked in 'focus' in the Sanic Military School) that he failed to realize how close he really was to the group (Exceptional case, he was ranked highest in 'awareness' too) and managed to crash right between the big black legendary pokemon and the ghost. Barely fazed, blood_skull_boi got up, looked at the Dialga, and said,
"What is going on? Why is the sky falling?" Chanel shot a glare at the Dialga girl. "Is this your doing? Make it stop!"
As she yelled, a pokemon flashed before her in the sky, intercepting the meteors and slicing them as though it was all a Fruit Ninja game. He soon crash-landed a few feet away from them, murmuring some apology (Chanel thinks) in an edgy susurrant voice.
"Ugh," she sighed. What was she to do? She didn't even know self defense. How could she fight in this? She wasn't properly attired!
This is the second time Rupert woke up today. And that was after the shock of seeing a big blast coming (almost) straight towards the hotel, made him go unconscious. Thankfully, that blast somehow didn't hit it. He heavily sighed.
"I really shouldn't have panicked...That's so not like me." He decided to look at the window, after his eyes adjust to his surroundings. He now realized that he should have gone down there immediately.
"...I guess I'll go downstairs now." As he clumsily walked (He's still not used to this) downstairs, a thought deep within his mind grew more and more as he'd walked. "I wonder where Alfred and Raymond is....I hope they're okay." He said out-loud. After reaching the first floor of the hotel, he opened the door and carefully walked outside. He sees a Pokemon he'd never seen before, and hears it curse. "Oh my, such language...."
The Dialga had had enough. Misha was too shocked by the questions to reply, and more and more confused pokémon were flooding to where the huge Dialga apparently was visible throughout the city. She didn't like attention like this. Perhaps sometimes, by cute younger men, but not by a plethora of people like this. It was almost like a day at Doryan's library. Not that she didn't like her job, but she definitely didn't much like the people who usually came there.
Desperately, she tried to remember everything she had read about this "Dialga" species, and tried to reach within herself for some sort of time power. There was something. Oops. Something coming out. Yep, time power indeed.
With one last roar, the Dialga stopped time.
Nothing and nobody was moving in Fuchsia except for her.
Finally breathing in the calm, she started carefully treading away from the scene of commotion. Of course, she soon realized that it was hopeless to even try, and proceeded to raze a few buildings on her way out of town. At least the traces she left in the wilderness weren't quite as easy to follow.
She didn't stop until she was well hidden in the depths of the Fuchsia Safari Park jungle. Then she let time start running again.
Chanel blinked. She swore she thought she saw the world in black and white for a split of a second that had been split. Then, the Dialga was no longer there with them all. A massive trail of demolished architecture and debris heading towards the jungles surrounding Fuchsia City appeared to materialize out of thin air.
The Mimikyu's face perked, in an invisible gasp, the part of the mask where the mouth lurked behind stretching, making a circular depression of an O (an expression of shock).
"Well, I'm off. I can't deal with this. Later, losers."
She turned and strutted out, traveling down a randomly-picked street.
Still groggy from his sleep, Leroy failed to notice that he was a Kecleon for a while. He did, however, notice that it was seemingly tougher than normal to extend his arms, and that his shorts were almost stretched too far to stay up. Right at that moment, as if a giant blue dragon with the ability to manipulate time had frozen everything and rampaged straight through his house, the entire building turned to rubble and wreckage. The shock from the room he was in collapsing made Leroy jump and extend his tail, which caused his shorts to fall down.
Probably because of the meteors still falling down, nobody heard what Rupert even said. He was about to say something, but then he felt time stopped moving.
And then time started moving again. Almost as if someone had enough of this madness, and wanted to run away from it all. He noticed that the Dialga was gone, and a majority of buildings has been crushed. Including the hotel.
"...Well, now I know I made the right choice of coming over here." After that Pikachu-looking Pokémon with the foul mouth leaves the group, Rupert is now stumped about what to do next. And then he'd remembered why he was in Fuchsia City in the first place. <That's right...a letter told us to come here, for an event....Did they knew this was going to happen?> He thought to himself. He'd wondered if he should tell the others so the plot can move.
The small Chikorita called Fiora ran as fast as her chubby legs could carry her. The leaf on her head was curled around a letter.
"GUUUUYS," she repeated, stopping only when she nearly smashed her body into a shiny Zorua. "HEY! What's happening? What's wrong with this town?? I came here because I got a letter inviting me, but this is just weird, I feel super weird."
Then she looked around one extra time, as if she only just now realized that she was talking to a bunch of pokémon instead of humans.
'Hello. This is a letter to the owners of *HOTEL NAME WITHHELD*. We would love you all to be our special guests of honor at a event we'll be holding in Fuchsia City. We will tell you everything you'll need to know the day after you've settled into the city.'
"I don't trust any of this." Alfred said with a stern look on his face. "I mean, there's no return address for one thing...and they shouldn't even know where this place even is!"
"Honestly, Alfred..." Rupert sighed. "Maybe they had some sort of problem when they were sending this. And maybe they know one of our guests. At least give the sender a chance."
"Ugh...Fine! But if something awful happens-" "Yes, yes....'I told you so'. I'll tell Raymond to get everything ready."
After the above post happened, Rupert's eyes widen. "..I'm sorry. Did you say letter?"
Chanel was walking away from everything when something happen to fall out of her.... disguise. She wondered if her disguise had pockets, or some sort of hiding places to keep things. Hmm, anyways, it was way too coincidental a timing so she picked up the letter, which seemed important enough for her to stop and read it.
It told her to go a place. Which had a name she did not recognize. How was she gonna find it?
It just so happened that her eyes fell on a signpost, pointing in the direction of "HOTEL NAME WITHHELD". Well, looks like Chanel wouldn't have much trouble anymore. What a nice coincidence.
The Chikorita jumped up and down in excitement. "Yes, a letter! It says for me to go to a location somewhere in Fuchsia! We should go there so that plot can happen outside of the RP so that we can finally say that this mess has ended through the characters moving on to new adventures! Am I wrong?"
None of the other pokémon thought she was wrong. And so it was, that the group of odd humans-turned-pokémon went to see what the senders of the mysterious letter wanted. But that, my friends, is a story for another time.