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    Rabid Squirrel: Not entirely convinced the Arbok statue didn't just move, you can't worry about it right now as the battle between Saruki and Seviper is heating up. It's going to be a tough one, of that you have no doubt, and while you watch Seviper swings back toward Saruki after having missed him a moment before. Saruki begins whipping his tail about wildly, hoping to lower Seviper's defenses, but the move has a completely unexpected result as Saruki's Tail Whips Seviper right across the face as it swings in toward him. Startled, Seviper rears back again, hissing angrily, before lunging for Saruki once more. This time it succeeds in Wrapping itself around him, and as it begins to squeeze Saruki scratches wildly at it causing Seviper to loosen its grip just enough to allow him to wriggle free...
    "Okay, Saruki! You're doing great! Try to use Sand Attack again, then use Scratch on its stomach, that seems to have done the most damage so far! Then I want you to try to Scratch the Arbok statue to see what happens!" Kami shouted to her Pokemon. She then glued her eyes to the Arbok statue to make sure she wouldn't miss any movement it makes.

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    Please keep in mind that in order to move your updates along at a faster pace you can order up to three moves per round of battle, whether they are offensive or defensive.


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    Mr.Penguin: With the purple reptile wrapping tighter and tighter around your ankle you decide to check your Pokédex to identify the Pokémon rather than take any immediate action to get it off. Your foot has now gone numb as the snakes constricting body stops the blood flow, and after reading the entry and finally identifying the culprit as Ekans you decide to take action. Releasing Growlithe, your trusty companion stares at Ekans before Roaring loudly in an attempt to intimidate the snake Pokémon and scare it off. Still wrapped tightly around your ankle, Ekans stares back at Tojo and hisses threateningly at him. With Ekans completely ignoring Tojo's warning to get lost, Tojo moves in on Ekans who continues to hiss while tightening its grip on your ankle. Being careful not to hurt you, Tojo makes a quick leap forward and Bites down on Ekans just below its head but the end of Ekans tail flicks up sharply, striking Tojo in the side of the face forcing him to release his hold...
    Marcus still having trouble feeling his leg as the Ekans gripped his let tightly felt a single drip of sweat fall down onto his forehead. He looked at hsi Growlithe and Ekans in mid fight. "Tojo please watch out for his speedy strikes. Whenever you see Ekans' tail flicker try to Dodge by moving to the left. If you get the chance to attack then use a Bite and see if you can hurt it. Then if he tries to retaliate let go of him and try to Dodge the serpent's attack." As Marcus commanded Growlithe to attack he looked at his friend and wanted to tell him what a good job she was doing. "Tojo you are doing great! Keep up your strong attacks." Marcus said as he looked at his Growlithe and cried with enjoyment.

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    Mr.Penguin: Last time I checked, the move "Dodge" does not exist in any Pokémon's moveset. You can instruct your Pokémon to try and evade attacks aimed at them, but by ordering "Dodge" as a move you're only wasting time that could be used for more strategic planning. Also, try to think "real life" here. If you really found yourself with an Ekans wrapped around your ankle and your foot completely numb, I sincerely doubt you'd be as calm as you are here. I'm not saying you need to go into hysterical fits or anything, but you appear to be completely ignoring the fact you have a snake wrapped around you. The more "realism" you put into your replies, the better they'll be.

    A little more wary of Ekans now, Tojo examines the situation logically knowing he can't risk taking too many more hits like that. He paces the ground slowly, waiting for a chance to strike while staring at Ekans who is hissing back at him threateningly. Ekans is completely on guard though, so Tojo eventually makes his move, lunging forward and Biting down on the purple reptiles head as hard as possible. Ekans is ready, striking Tojo hard with the end of its tail, but not before Tojo yanks on Ekans so hard that it releases its hold on you and is sent hurtling through the air after Tojo swings it away from you. Coiling in mid-air, Ekans lands softly on the grass a few feet away from Tojo who stands defensively before you, giving the clear impression he's not about to let it anywhere near you again. Ekans doesn't seem at all interested in you anymore though, as its boiling mad after that little stunt and lunges for Tojo who quickly evades its attack...



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    Sneasel12: Nice strategy but be very careful here because you're bringing up things not mentioned in your update, in this case the patch of dried grass, which is falling into the category of self updating. I'll work with it this time, but in future please try to steer clear of actions like that. Besides, heavy fog = dew = no grass dry enough to ignite...

    After taking several bouts of fire damage, Duskull is peeved now and wastes no time in firing off a Night Shade. The black thunderbolt grazes past Joe, shearing a patch of hair from his side, but luckily missing him for the most part before striking the ground several metres behind him. Joe is quick to retaliate by using his Ember attack to ignite a small patch of dried grass, but unfortunately the light shower of flames isn't strong enough to start the kind of fire you're hoping for. Joe is determined though, catching Duskull's gaze with his and Leering the ghost in place above the small patch of flames which soon fizzles out leaving a small smoke trail wafting into the air. The plan seems to have worked in your favour though as Duskull appears to be struggling to remain conscious, its next Night Shade once again barely missing Joe and crashing into the ground at his feet...



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    Rabid Squirrel: The Arbok statue is definitely making you nervous, and after relaying your instructions to Saruki you make a point of watching the statue rather than the battle to ensure you don't miss a thing. While you stare at it Arbok's ruby eyes seem to glint, and although you can quite easily put that down to the flickering firelight from the torches placed in each corner of the room you can't help but feel its staring right back at you. Mesmerized by it, you're barely even aware of the fact Saruki is fighting for both of your lives while he continues to battle Seviper. The large serpent swings its body to the side, knocking Saruki to the ground who immediately begins scrabbling at the sandstone floor to try and scratch up as much sand and grit as possible. The attack is futile this time however, and Seviper wraps itself around him once more before tightening its grip. Luckily Saruki's right arm is free and he lashes out, scratching Seviper as deeply as possible which only results in the giant serpent squeezing harder while swinging from side to side in an attempt to make Saruki as dizzy as possible. As Saruki swings by the Arbok statue, he reaches out and swats it right across the belly resulting in Seviper releasing a loud, pained hiss and dropping Saruki to the floor...



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    Umbreon Ruler: Distraught by the direction in which this battle is headed, you can't stand to see Chloe suffer anymore and quickly scoop her up into your arms before racing for the entrance of the mine shaft you'd seen earlier. Snover doesn't appear at all impressed with this turn of events, shooting out a Powder Snow at your back as you flee. Once inside, you quickly discover the mistake of rushing headlong into a mine shaft when its ground is covered in a thin layer of ice. Slipping and sliding your way inside, you soon come to a skidding halt as you fall rather ungracefully onto your butt. While you're busy rubbing your bruised behind, Chloe is shooting water over the ice in between yourselves and the mine entrance, hoping to keep Snover at bay by making the ground even more slippery. Her efforts appear to be in vain though, for as you both watch the entrance to the mineshaft for a few minutes there is not only no sign at all of Snover, but the hailstorm appears to have let up. Partly relieved to find that Snover has decided to give up, you soon find your skin crawling when you hear a sound like nails scraping on a chalk board coming from right behind you. Turning around slowly, you find yourself face to face with a rather vicious looking Sneasel who is scraping its claw across the side of a long abandoned mine cart...

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    Sneasel12: Nice strategy but be very careful here because you're bringing up things not mentioned in your update, in this case the patch of dried grass, which is falling into the category of self updating. I'll work with it this time, but in future please try to steer clear of actions like that. Besides, heavy fog = dew = no grass dry enough to ignite...

    After taking several bouts of fire damage, Duskull is peeved now and wastes no time in firing off a Night Shade. The black thunderbolt grazes past Joe, shearing a patch of hair from his side, but luckily missing him for the most part before striking the ground several metres behind him. Joe is quick to retaliate by using his Ember attack to ignite a small patch of dried grass, but unfortunately the light shower of flames isn't strong enough to start the kind of fire you're hoping for. Joe is determined though, catching Duskull's gaze with his and Leering the ghost in place above the small patch of flames which soon fizzles out leaving a small smoke trail wafting into the air. The plan seems to have worked in your favour though as Duskull appears to be struggling to remain conscious, its next Night Shade once again barely missing Joe and crashing into the ground at his feet...
    'Yes, it can't be long now.' Michael cheers inside his head as he watches the struggling Duskull. "Joe, use another Leer to keep it there, if the smoke dies out use an Ember on Duskull." Michael snaps and begins to enter deep in thought, taking his hand out of his backpack. 'Look at me, I'm so lost in the heat of this battle that I almost forgot I was sitting on the muddy ground leaning on a gravestone.' Michael begins to search back and forth for a place stable enough for him to stand up on. "Let's see..." His head slowly moving from right to left and then back again. "Where can I stand up at?" He closes the zipper on his backpack and places his hand over his eyes in that typical searching gesture that most people do when they can't see well at the time.

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    Umbreon Ruler: Distraught by the direction in which this battle is headed, you can't stand to see Chloe suffer anymore and quickly scoop her up into your arms before racing for the entrance of the mine shaft you'd seen earlier. Snover doesn't appear at all impressed with this turn of events, shooting out a Powder Snow at your back as you flee. Once inside, you quickly discover the mistake of rushing headlong into a mine shaft when its ground is covered in a thin layer of ice. Slipping and sliding your way inside, you soon come to a skidding halt as you fall rather ungracefully onto your butt. While you're busy rubbing your bruised behind, Chloe is shooting water over the ice in between yourselves and the mine entrance, hoping to keep Snover at bay by making the ground even more slippery. Her efforts appear to be in vain though, for as you both watch the entrance to the mineshaft for a few minutes there is not only no sign at all of Snover, but the hailstorm appears to have let up. Partly relieved to find that Snover has decided to give up, you soon find your skin crawling when you hear a sound like nails scraping on a chalk board coming from right behind you. Turning around slowly, you find yourself face to face with a rather vicious looking Sneasel who is scraping its claw across the side of a long abandoned mine cart...
    Shivering uncontrollably, Ward backs away, careful not to step on the thick ice that Chloe created. Looking around the cave, he searches desperately for a solution to his problem, but he sees nothing. Picking up his Pokemon, he turns tail to run, but he once again slips on the ice, landing painfully on his chest, while Chloe slides away from him. "Chloe!" he yells, reaching forward. But it's to no avail. The Poliwag is already too far away, and is struggling to stand up. "I need you to use you Bubble attack!" Flipping over on his back, an idea pops into his head. Pointing toward the ceiling right above Sneasel's head, he yells, "There!" As his Pokemon inhales shakily, Ward closes his eyes, hoping that the attack will cause a cave-in on the opponent.

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    Rabid Squirrel: The Arbok statue is definitely making you nervous, and after relaying your instructions to Saruki you make a point of watching the statue rather than the battle to ensure you don't miss a thing. While you stare at it Arbok's ruby eyes seem to glint, and although you can quite easily put that down to the flickering firelight from the torches placed in each corner of the room you can't help but feel its staring right back at you. Mesmerized by it, you're barely even aware of the fact Saruki is fighting for both of your lives while he continues to battle Seviper. The large serpent swings its body to the side, knocking Saruki to the ground who immediately begins scrabbling at the sandstone floor to try and scratch up as much sand and grit as possible. The attack is futile this time however, and Seviper wraps itself around him once more before tightening its grip. Luckily Saruki's right arm is free and he lashes out, scratching Seviper as deeply as possible which only results in the giant serpent squeezing harder while swinging from side to side in an attempt to make Saruki as dizzy as possible. As Saruki swings by the Arbok statue, he reaches out and swats it right across the belly resulting in Seviper releasing a loud, pained hiss and dropping Saruki to the floor...
    Kami stared into the eyes of the Arbok statue and shuddered. 'It's almost like I can feel it peering into the depths of my soul' She thought. Suddenly she noticed a little purple hand scratch the the statue's belly. Bringing herself back to reality, Kami saw the pain it caused Seviper when Saruki had scratched the statue. "Good work, Saruki! I want you to Scratch the statue again, but be anticipating an attack by Seviper! When its attack comes I want you to use Tail Whip, then use Scratch!" Kami yelled out to the tired little Aipom. 'I don't know how much more Saruki can take, Seviper's a fierce opponent!' Kami looked worriedly at her Pokemon.

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    Might I suggest to those of you who appear to be struggling with your Pokémon's limited movesets, to consider depositing them into the Move Tutor for a few days? Just one reasonably effective egg move on their side will help immensely with replies and you'll be free to pick up where we've left off here after you've picked them up. This is only a suggestion, you can take it or leave it, so the choice is yours.



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    Sneasel12: You're moving into self updating again. Dry ground, muddy ground, neither of which have been mentioned at all. Also, the only reason I can see for you making your character sound so clumsy, and bringing the state of the ground into it at all, is because you're trying to lengthen your reply seeing as only the first two sentences have anything at all to do with the immediate situation. Please reply again.



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    Rabid Squirrel: Noting the effect that scratching the statue has had on Seviper, you don't waste time in ordering Saruki to attack it again. He quickly leaps on board the pedestal the Arbok statue is sitting on, and swats it hard across the belly. This time Seviper not only hisses in agony, but is bleeding in the same place in which Saruki attacked the statue. Seviper is livid now and lunges for Saruki who Whips his Tail up and slaps Seviper in the eye, causing it to rear upwards, towering over both you and your little monkey. Seeing the perfect opening to attack, Saruki once again leaps up, but this time toward Seviper, Scratching it across the belly. Seviper is quite obviously in a great deal of pain now and once again attempts to Wrap Saruki up in its constricting grasp, but the serpent is too weak to hold him which allows Saruki to break free...



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    Umbreon Ruler: With a second escape attempt from yet another Pokémon failing miserably, you think quickly to formulate a plan. Finally deciding on a course of action, you instruct Chloe to attempt causing a cave-in above Sneasel by firing a Bubble toward the mine shaft's ceiling. Chloe shoots you a doubtful glance, but isn't about to disobey your orders, turning her face to the ceiling while you shut your eyes tight. You hear some popping as her watery attack come in contact with the ice coated rock and dirt, but then hear nothing until a little squeal echoes through the tunnel. Recognizing Chloe's voice, you look to see she has a scratch mark across her belly while Sneasel is standing over her, looking rather smug...

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    Sneasel12: Nice strategy but be very careful here because you're bringing up things not mentioned in your update, in this case the patch of dried grass, which is falling into the category of self updating. I'll work with it this time, but in future please try to steer clear of actions like that. Besides, heavy fog = dew = no grass dry enough to ignite...

    After taking several bouts of fire damage, Duskull is peeved now and wastes no time in firing off a Night Shade. The black thunderbolt grazes past Joe, shearing a patch of hair from his side, but luckily missing him for the most part before striking the ground several metres behind him. Joe is quick to retaliate by using his Ember attack to ignite a small patch of dried grass, but unfortunately the light shower of flames isn't strong enough to start the kind of fire you're hoping for. Joe is determined though, catching Duskull's gaze with his and Leering the ghost in place above the small patch of flames which soon fizzles out leaving a small smoke trail wafting into the air. The plan seems to have worked in your favour though as Duskull appears to be struggling to remain conscious, its next Night Shade once again barely missing Joe and crashing into the ground at his feet...
    Michael watches in glee as his plan takes an unexpected, yet equally good, turn, he grins as he thinks to himself, 'It can't take much longer, it's already struggling.' He watches as the Night Shade crashes into the ground, sighing with relief as it misses. "Joe, continue to hold it there with Leer..." Michael thinks for a second and realises how small the trail of smoke is. 'In this fog there's no way that can hold up for long, the moisture will put it out...' Michael ponders to himself for a solution, not wanting to let the Duskull be jolted into its original consciousness by an attack. 'Well, I guess I'll just have to wait and see how this turns out before I can really do anything else.' Michael nods at Joe, showing that he has nothing else to say to him for now.

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    Nice so far, but it's incomplete. You've given me very little to work with. If you can try ordering some kind of offensive move, it will make things soooooooo much easier.

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    I'm sorry if this sounds a little rude, but I put in an exact reason why I didn't want to use an offensive move: It might bring Duskull back to conciousness.

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    I see.... So Duskull is weak and an offensive move won't defeat it at this point?

    All Leer does is hold the thing in place. Stop it from PHYSICALLY moving. It doesn't stop it from attacking with something like Night Shade. However, if that's how you want to play it then that's how we'll play it.

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    Sneasel12: While the last round has succeeded in bringing Duskull near to the brink of passing out, it's not quite there yet. Joe is panting quite heavily too, the battle having already lasted a little longer than it should have. Although tired, he is glad of the chance to rest while doing nothing but Leering Duskull in place, but the ghost type doesn't seem the sort to go down without a fight. With the flames from the grass having already fizzled out last round, and the smoke doing nothing at all to hurt it, Joe's Leering gaze gives Duskull the time it needs to concentrate on building up its next attack while completely focused upon its foe. Joe's eyes widen when he realises the danger he's in - but too late. The familiar black thunderbolt blasts out of Duskull's eyes and straight toward him, the Leer helping it to ensure it doesn't miss this time. Joe is thrown backward several feet before smashing into the side of a gravestone, a pained gasp of breath expelled from his lungs from the sheer force of the attack. Watching horrified, you notice that Joe isn't moving, and upon closer inspection find he's been KOed. Far from pleased with this turn of events, you turn to glare back at Duskull only to find the ghost has also passed out, the energy required for that last attack having knocked it out. It appears your very first battle has ended with a double KO...

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    Rabid Squirrel: Noting the effect that scratching the statue has had on Seviper, you don't waste time in ordering Saruki to attack it again. He quickly leaps on board the pedestal the Arbok statue is sitting on, and swats it hard across the belly. This time Seviper not only hisses in agony, but is bleeding in the same place in which Saruki attacked the statue. Seviper is livid now and lunges for Saruki who Whips his Tail up and slaps Seviper in the eye, causing it to rear upwards, towering over both you and your little monkey. Seeing the perfect opening to attack, Saruki once again leaps up, but this time toward Seviper, Scratching it across the belly. Seviper is quite obviously in a great deal of pain now and once again attempts to Wrap Saruki up in its constricting grasp, but the serpent is too weak to hold him which allows Saruki to break free...

    Kami thought. She pushed a strand of hair out her eyes. Things were looking good for her. She watched as her Aipom wriggle free of the serpents grasp. "Alright Saruki! You're doing great! Use Scratch on the Arbok Statue again! Then use Double-Slap on Seviper! If it isn't knocked out yet use Scratch on it!" Kami shouted to her little purple monkey. 'Hopefully after this we'll be home free!' Kami thought.

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    Rabid Squirrel: Immediately upon escaping Seviper's constricting grasp, Saruki leaps onto the pedestal, Scratching the Arbok statue again. Seviper's agonized hiss sounds not unlike that of a deflating blimp as the damage it is taking from the attacks on the statue appear to be around triple to that of direct attacks used against Seviper. The serpent coils itself around Saruki again, but he is quick to react by assaulting it with a flurry of furious little slaps directly to Seviper's face. His Double Slap attack appears to be working, Seviper becoming more and more angry with each hit. As Seviper's grip loosens due to the unwelcome barrage of physical abuse, Saruki lashes out and Scratches it across the face. Seviper is becoming weaker by the second, and although the progress of this battle is looking good for both you and Saruki, the fact you definitely just saw the Arbok statue's head move is something that has your stomach tied up in knots. It's golden head turns, its ruby eyes glowing brightly as it stares directly into yours...

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    Rabid Squirrel: Immediately upon escaping Seviper's constricting grasp, Saruki leaps onto the pedestal, Scratching the Arbok statue again. Seviper's agonized hiss sounds not unlike that of a deflating blimp as the damage it is taking from the attacks on the statue appear to be around triple to that of direct attacks used against Seviper. The serpent coils itself around Saruki again, but he is quick to react by assaulting it with a flurry of furious little slaps directly to Seviper's face. His Double Slap attack appears to be working, Seviper becoming more and more angry with each hit. As Seviper's grip loosens due to the unwelcome barrage of physical abuse, Saruki lashes out and Scratches it across the face. Seviper is becoming weaker by the second, and although the progress of this battle is looking good for both you and Saruki, the fact you definitely just saw the Arbok statue's head move is something that has your stomach tied up in knots. It's golden head turns, its ruby eyes glowing brightly as it stares directly into yours...
    Kami froze as she saw the Arbok statue's head turn and look her directly in the eyes. Her heart began to thump wildly in her chest. Not willing to bear the the demon's gaze, Kami turned her head aside. "Alright Saruki! You're amazing. Now let's wrap this up once and for all! Don't even bother to attack Seviper go all out for the statue! Use Scratch, then Double-Slap, and finish with one last Scratch!" Kami shouted to her Pokemon. Her gaze then returned to the statue, but were careful to avoid meeting its ruby eyes. Kami searched it up and down with her eyes looking for an answer to the movements 'What is up with this thing?' She thought.

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