As I said, later that day, Fushigidane and Rizado were pitted against each other until neither of them could stand. When that happened, I made Raichu join in.
"Raichu, get them up. Now," I demanded, "use Thunder." Raichu lowered its ears, trying to fake a strong Thunder attack. I could tell it didn't put as much force as it could in its attack.
"Raichu, again. This time, do better." Raichu looked up me and then back at its comrades. Fushigidane could barely stand up, just laying there on its stomach. Rizado was laying against a nearby tree, pushing off of it with its front arms to try and get itself to stand up.
"Raichu!" Raichu protested, shaking its head at me.
"You will," I turned to face Raichu completely, placing one hand on my hip.
"Rai. ." Raichu seemed a little less forceful, but still didn't comply.
"If you won't, then Goruda-" I stopped when I heard rustling in the bushes. A small silver and white Pokémon popped out, looking up at me and smiling.
"Bui," it said in a soft and kind voice.
I pointed my Pokémon Zukan at it, "Ibui, the Evolution Pokémon. An extremely rare Pokémon that is able to evolve into multiple Pokémon depending on stimuli."
"Extremely rare, huh?" I asked no one in particular, "Rizado, don't screw this up."
Rizado struggled over to me, nearly passing out on the spot.
"Rizado, use Flamethrower," Rizado opened its mouth, shooting a Flamethrower at the Ibui. Ibui was able to dodge it. Then I remembered what Kyo-sama had told me. An Ibui is able to transform into any Pokémon depending on 'stimuli', or any stone I may have. But the picture on the Pokémon Zukan, and what the Pokémon actually looked like, was completely different color-wise. I didn't really know why, but I was even more determined to catch it now.
Ibui ran at Rizado, using Quick Attack.
"Rizado, Metal Claw," Rizado's paw started to glow a bright white before slashing the Ibui across the face. Ibui flew backwards and hit the ground hard. It was my chance to throw a Monster Ball at it.
"Monster Ball, Capture," I casually tossed my ball at the Ibui. Ibui immediately went in and, after a few side to side motions, stayed in the ball. I walked over and picked it up, scanning it with my Pokémon Zukan. As usual, I checked the moves and the stats of my newly caught Pokémon. Its stats looked fairly decent, and it knew Tackle, Quick Attack, and Take Down.