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    Sasuke stood with his arms held in his hands, looking over the railings glumly as the ferry approached Venom Island. When he and his girlfriend Kaya had made plans to go on holiday together he had envisaged something slightly more romantic. He began to daydream of what could have been - ..rubbing suntan lotion onto each other on Iridi Beach, a lusty few nights at a swanky hotel in Salin City.. - when suddenly he was grabbed by the hand and dragged off the boat. After releasing Rini, who seemed delighted at the location, Kaya eyed up the Skull Tunnel with a glint in her eyes and began to walk towards it, with Sasuke following glumly behind. As they approached the entrance to the cave he took Sarutobi’s pokeball from his belt and release his Shiftry to his side. ’’You’ll need to light it up before we can travel in there,’’ he pointed out. Sarutobi nodded slowly and shut his eyes. When he opened them again they were emitting a bright but eerie glow. He turned towards the tunnel which flooded with light, and the two trainers ventured inside with their pokemon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    Brine Island
    Coral Harbor - Where the city can really attest its roots from, Coral Harbor is a natural formation of coral in a pair of parallel lines perpendicular to the island. These natural boundaries protect the area from most rip currents and the like, allowing for ships to load and unload their goods. Many Pokemon also live along these, perhaps a look would be worth it?
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    "Look at this, Haruki-chan. Coral! A whole lot of it!"

    An excited twelve year old girl hung her entire upper body over the railing of the ship in order to peer down at the clear, shallow water, in which there were two prominent lines of coral stretching the entire length of the island, far away from the boat. The coral walls were juxtaposed perfectly, running perpendicular to the shore, and forming quite a sight as waves washed up against them. She rested her chin against the cool metal bar, gazing fondly after the picture, feeling quite serene due to the salt smell and the blue water lapping gently below. All was quiet save for the stray cry of a Wingull soaring lazily overhead, and there weren't many people so very close around to ruin her pleasure either. She closed her eyes, letting her long dark hair tumble over the side in an unruly mess. She was sporting the same outfit she had worn to the Southern Beach; denim shorts and jacket, with a swimsuit on underneath.

    Her sandals started to slip against the smooth railing, snapping her out of her reverie. Gripping the rod tightly with both her fists, she leaned backwards, and jumped down onto the safety of the deck, her footwear slapping loudly against the wood. Her shiny Corsola was still standing up against the railing, peering through the gap at the coral boundaries, bewitched by their beauty. Jess smiled to see her Pokémon so captivated, and knelt by his side, poking her head through the space between the bars as well to talk to him.

    "Look, how they're so tall. You don't need to know DIVE in order to get to them. What do you say you and I take a look once we arrive at the island, hm?"

    "La..." The Corsola didn't seem to hear her at first, but blinked stupidly in the sun, as if awakening from a dream. He turned to his trainer with a bewildered expression, then, once realization dawned on him, he laughed in delight, raising both his stubby arms into the air. "La! Corsola!"

    Jess laughed, and, suddenly noticing their distance from the shore, understood that they would be docking soon. "Come on, let's get going." She started to rise, and succeeded beautifully in bumping her head against the railing. Her Corsola jumped forward to steady her, and she giggled embarassedly. Once the initial pain had dulled, she stood up confidently, bringing on a rush of lights and confusion. That didn't bother her much however, and as soon as her eyes had cleared, she and her Pokémon raced eagerly towards where they would be let off from the ferry, ready to go and explore the wondrous Coral Harbor.

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    Congrats on the new zone SM, blahblahblah and so on =P ... but seriously, this place kicks arse

    It didn't seem like too long ago that Dark Fire and his Vulpix got off the Ferry to begin a brand new adventure together. Dark Fire figured it'd be just like any other adventure, so he decided to bring Drought along. Little did he know that his day would be flipped upside down by a little misfortune.

    When Dark Fire heard of this new place, Cascadia, he immideatly packed and ran off to the first Ferry he could find. At first all was fine, the trip had been calm and everyone was having fun. The food was great, the people were nice and best of all trainers were plentiful. Dark Fire spent a lot of his time battling. One of these time he went to pull out Zodiac's pokeball and accidentaly unclipped it, the ball flung into the air and right off the ship's deck. Luckily he managed to catch up with the sinking ball using Cascade's Dive ability. Eventually him and his whole crew made onto Lily Island, but the misadventure wasn't quite over. The original plan was to adventure in the Silver Forest, but upon letting Drought out of his pokeball, the excited fox ran off chasing a Pidgey through the entire forest. The chase took the two of them deep into the forest, so much so that Dark Fire was completely lost and disoriantated.

    "Well here we are, in the middle of nowhere, doing absolutely nothing, thanks to you." Dark Fire snapped at his Vulpix. The fox simply smiled back at him. "Well what should we do, I have no idea how to get back to wherever it was we started and w..." Something stopped him from finishing the rest of the sentence. The sound of water, fast flowing water. "You hear that?" He asked Drought. Within minutes the two of them were on the bank of the river admiring the beauty of the shimmering diamonds. Looking around Dark Fire realized that the other side of the river was a home to much more interesting vegetation and simply the fact that the other side was much more mysterious than the one he was on made him want to just swim across the river and adventure over there.

    "Well then, looks like we have a change of plans Drought, we're heading into that place, I think that's the Red Forest. Anyhow let's find away across this river and venture into that place." With that the pair started off again, only this time instead of finding a way back, they were looking for a way deeper into the island, into the Red Forest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    Venom Island
    Quite possibly the least attractive area of the entire island chain if you don't have a specific purpose, Venom Island is the epitome of all things putrid. The ground itself is saturated with poisonous substances. Also, all of the garbage from Salin City is transported here, but it is hardly noticed, as the acidic ground eats away at anything at a very quick pace. However, that means that not many things can live in this desolate area, with only a dead tree forest, a poisonous swamp, and a large skull tunnel interupting the landscape. The rest of the island is just plain dirt, but a good amount of poison types inhabit the area. The water surrounding the island is so poisonous that Pokemon cannot swim in it-therefore, unless it is a poison type, it cannot Surf to this area.
    Skull Tunnel - Taking up about an eighth of the island, the top of Skull Tunnel is a giant white rock formation, shaped like a skull. However, Pokemon have dug tunnels far underground from the Skull. Poison and ghost Pokemon call this area home, and the tunnels are pitch black, so unless you'd like to wander around aimlessly, bring something with Flash.
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    Nothing is known about why Andrea, a 16-year-old girl who trains Dark-Types with a few exceptions, almost always picks the darkest and most evilly mystical of places whenever she approaches a new zone. All that is known, from her viewpoint, is that taking a look at the possible places to go, Vemon Island seemed to be the best choice for her.

    After all, why not try to inch close to danger and have fun with the possibilities, even if it can cost your life?

    "Don't mind if we head our way to Skull Tunnel, Karasa?" She asked the big black-and-yellow butterfly that sat on her shoulder. The Beautifly cocked her head, surveying the formations that took the form of a skull-like shape, and simply cooing "Beau!", Karasa decided that there ought to be something good in the tunnel. "So, you know what you got to do, right?" Andrea reassured her Pokémon.

    Karasa nodded and fluttering into the air, her wings suddenly are shrouded in two separate glows of light, the butterfly-Pokémon started to head inside the cave. Andrea then follows her Beautifly, not wanting to get lost inside the tunnel without the necessary light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    Storm Lake - A crescent moon shaped lake that surrounds the north and east sides of the Power Plant, Storm Lake is an electrically charged freshwater lake. Many electric types come here in an attempt to cool off, maybe something mysterious is at work here?
    As Wayne stepped off of the fairly large ferry behind him he then felt relieved adter being sick most of the way over. Taking a round sphere from his belt he then spoke to it. "Well Bulba, we are finally here, it is time for you to come out." Pressing the oppening mechanism of the pumpkin like ball a happy green dinasaur like pokemon then emerged looking as energetic and happy as ever.
    "Well Bulbasaur I did a little reasearch on the way over and I believe maybe the Storm Lake is quite facisnating so what would you say if we go there?" Looking at his Bulbasaur hop around excitedly he knew that this was okay with Bulbasaur. "Okay then to the Strom Lake it is. Let's go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
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    Amor Temple - An abandoned temple near the center of the island, plants have overgrown it and many dark and psychic Pokemon have taken the temple to be their home. Many tricks and turns lie around each corner and stairway, and one mistake could be your last...
    Felix, Arikel and Colitas entered to Cascadia, it seemed to be a pretty place, like the Cloud Garden, and that was just what Felix was looking for. He looked at his two pokemon. Arikel didn't seem very enthusiastic with these sorrounds but Colitas was enjoying the landscape and playing around Felix.

    "Come on, Ari, I want us to be good friends. If you promise you'll treat me right and be friendly with me, I'll let you chose where are we going now" said Felix showing the map to the selfish Misdreavus. Arikel looked him back and trying to be kind with Felix, but thinking Felix wasn't her type, she get close to the guy and gave him a hypocrite look. Felix, thinking that Arikel liked him now, opened the map and let Arikel pick the Island they were going to go now. The ghost pokemon looked the whole map and finally she chose the Amor Temple.

    "So there's were we are going?" Colitas and Arikel nooded "Let's move!" he said and they started to walk towards the ferry that was going to take them to the Amor Temple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    The Silver Forest - The forest which takes up the majority of the island, Silver Island is named for the silvery colored leaves that grow on the trees, quite simply. A deciduous forest, you'll mainly see flying and bug types here, due to the lack of ground vegetation. There is a rest stop somewhere in the forest, helping trainers on their way.
    Saturn finally arrived at Lily Island. He wanted to go to that part of Cascadia because it was the only place where he could find bugs in that zone. The island was covered by a huge forest that was divided by the Diamond River so there are now two forests: the Silver one and the Red one. The only difference of the forests was the level of the wild Pokémon. Saturn wasn´t sure what kind of Pokémon inhabited the Red Forest so he decided to go to the Silver Forest because he heard that bug Pokémon lived there. It was time to confirm if the rumors were true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect

    The Silver Forest - The forest which takes up the majority of the island, Silver Island is named for the silvery colored leaves that grow on the trees, quite simply. A deciduous forest, you'll mainly see flying and bug types here, due to the lack of ground vegetation. There is a rest stop somewhere in the forest, helping trainers on their way.
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    It was just another day on Lily Island, in the Silver Forest. For a week, Soruta and her 'tour guide', Saito, although not much of a tour guide at all, had been crawling through the forest for anything but the usual. This day would probably turn out to be like any other day, with the same 24 hour routine. Wake up in the morning, release all of the Pokemon to have breakfast out of whatever that was edible and not a Pokemon at the same time, return everyone but either Saito or Meiru, travel around some more... Then there came Lunchtime... I'm sure you get where this is going right now, huh?

    Rewind to one week ago, upon arrival on the Lily Island. When Soruta had first arrived on this island by riding on Faltzer over a ridiculously long distance over a sea of water (and thus leaving Faltzer exausted and out of any battles for the first three days on the island, not that there were any battles with the native Pokemon during that time), the entire island was pristine, and the air was fresh. The prospect of abnormal silver leaves growing all over the forest was an exciting prospect, but as time went on without incident, she (and all of her Pokemon) began growing tired and fustrated with the daily scenery.

    Mabye it's because Soruta keeps making left-hand turns, and never wants to turn right into the heart of the forest. "Is there something here? Or there? Which way should we go to find something besides the ordinary?" she would often ask throughout the day. If Saito happened to be out at that time, he would just shrug his shoulders. If Meiru was out instead of Saito, she'd tilt her head in confusion, too young to ponder about what her trainer is thinking about. All of the other Pokemon would give the same response if she happened to be asking this question during a meal, which usually involved thinking that she was going to be the death of them all if this kept going on.

    Fast forward back to the present time. Soruta was traveling through the forest once more, with Saito just moping behind her, waiting for the total boredom to end. And yet Soruta had to say something before the day started that Saito could remember... To an extent.

    "But if we go someplace else in the forest, whatever might be in the forest might show up at where we all were searching this past week while we all are gone searching someplace else, just like a Whack-a-Mole game. If you just hold a mallet over one hole and don't find anything, and switch over to another hole just to find that the mole just went to the previous target hole... That's not much of a good thing, is it?"

    But even then, most of the other Pokemon couldn't understand what she meant by that. The only Pokemon that did play Whack-a-Mole was Saito during his time in the Cloud Garden, fighting against several Diglett and a ravenous Dugtrio. But Whack-a-Mole is supposed to be fun, not life-threatening like it was back then.

    All Saito could do was sigh and continue following his trainer, for there would be no point in going somplace else without Soruta around. Her reasoning must be in another dimension now, as all of the other Pokemon might have put it by now. And yet, from behind both Soruta and Saito, you could see them dissapearing into their normal routines, hoping for something out of the ordinary. Going towards that same clump of trees with the same silver colored leaves, they are.

    Going... Going... Gone...
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    Ebony Beach - Surrounding the island, black volcanic beaches stretch along the shoreline. Actually volcanic ash, this is rather hard on the feet for those who choose to go barefoot. Chances are you won't find much stuff in the water, with the volcanic rocks releasing chemicals into the water that leave living conditions less than favorable for most Pokemon. You're welcome to take a look, though.
    Zero walked along the shorline of the soft black sand beach with his faithful Wooper companion, Flip. "Now don't be playing in that water. The water is supposed to have volcanic chemicals and other icky stuff in it so you probably don't want to be swimming around it it," Zero told Flip before the Mud Fish Pokemon got any ideas about taking a dip in the volcanic water. For a few more minutes, Zero and his Wooper continued to walk. "Eh, lets take a break," Zero suggested sitting down in the warm beach sand. He began sifiting sand through his fingers while his Wooper sat down by the increasing pile of sand contaminated by the skin cells of Zero's fingers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    The Red Forest - Quite possibly the most dangerous of all of the areas in Cascadia, the Red Forest is named after the amount of deaths of the first adventurers to this area. Many ruthless and savage Pokemon live in this dense rainforest, so I'd advise that only the strong continue on. There's no telling what types of Pokemon you may find here. Most people don't come back. It is said that a small freshwater lake is somewhere in this forest as well.
    Catherine looked down the path to the Red Forest not sure why she wanted to adventure there. When she first thought of going there she never exepted to be going there but the place never left her mind. She liked the idea of strong pokemon and an adventure but she was a bit woried about the dangers she would face. Knowing that it would be best to have a pokemon out just in case something happened. Knowing that a strong pokemon would be best Catherine took the pokeball of her Shelgon off her belt. She pressed the button on it and Angel appeared in front of her.

    "I am going to the Red Forest and since it is a dangerous area I need a strong pokem...," Catherine was cut off when Angel ran behind her shaking with fear.

    Catherine let out a sigh. Her Shelgon was so out of character of the usual ones. She was shy, quiet and a scardy cat. A nice, strong pokemon but did not seem like the best pokemon for this type of adventure. Catherine knew it would be best to switch her pokemon but she wanted to make Angel a little more bold and adventerous for the future.

    "Come on girl, I know you have more nerves then that. It might be a scary place but your strong and I do have other pokemon that can help us. I know you can go through this you just have to try," Catherine told her pokemon.

    "Shel?" Angel said still not sure of herself.

    "I know you will do fine let's just try. If it is too hard for you then I will return you to your pokeball. Alright?" Catherine said in a calm tone.

    Angel smiled a bit and noded. Although she was scared she was going to try to enjoy herself. Catheirne then started walking down the path to the Red Forest with Angel right behind her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    The Silver Forest - The forest which takes up the majority of the island, Silver Island is named for the silvery colored leaves that grow on the trees, quite simply. A deciduous forest, you'll mainly see flying and bug types here, due to the lack of ground vegetation. There is a rest stop somewhere in the forest, helping trainers on their way.
    "Ah, land," the first thing on Centin's mind when this nature loving trainer steps out of the vessel, and onto the grounds of one of the only two known forests in Lily Island, The Silver Forest. "Go, Skarsvalg," and out comes a male barboach from its pokeball. "Ach, ach..Ach, ach," soon, it climbed up to its trainer's left elbow, and clings on it. His trainer was amazed at his performance and thus replied, "Heh, looks like you've learnt something from your friends, eh? Yup, clinging on is exactly what we all do."

    As Centin walked along the path to The Silver Road, some flying pokemon were flying while soaring through the sky, and some bug pokemon were crawling back into their burrows and denatured logs. Exactly what this place was pictured in his mind, is for real. Yes, it is the home of flying and bug pokemon, where one can be sure of life for one day, and you might not know what's going to happen on the next. Sort of thinking philosophically about that matter, Centin then remembered something important, so he told his barboach, "Clinging on is actually helpful. Once I do not feel your cling anymore, it is obvious that you have gone somewhere else. I got to hand it to you once again because you are learning our pokemon-companion tradition at an excellent rate, Skarsvalg." Continuing their journey, it seems that Centin did not mention anything about finding a 'new' companion like he would normally, perhaps he had already forgotten about it, or probably because he knew that bearing stress upon his new pokemon might not seem such a good idea anylonger.
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    Octazooka: Getting off of the ferry and walking onto the port, you quickly spot your destination, the Ebony Beach which encirlces the island. Walking along with your Wooper, you warn your Wooper not to go into the water, due to the volcanic properties of the water that kills any sort of life that is in it for too long. However, as you sit down to rest, right in front of you a mound of sand begins to push its way up out of the beach. It becomes larger and larger before it is about the size of your head. Wondering what the source of this is, you don't have to think about it long, as a Trapinch pushes its way out of the sand, and looks at you for a few seconds, before tilting its head. "Tra?" it says, not looking hostile. What will you do?

    quilava plush: Deciding to head off toward the Silver Forest, you look up in amazement of the leaves which give off a sort of glow, probably from the silver outlines to which the forest owes its name. Seeing little to no ground life at all, you are amazed by the sharp contrast-the treetops above are full of life, birds, bugs, a good quarter of everything under the rainbow. However, you hear something a distance away. It sounds like...machinery...

    Walking closer to the source of the noise, you gasp as you see what's happening. A large, cranelike machine, only sideways, with a large, rotating saw on the end, chops down trees in a single swipe, and the trees are then picked up by a large number of psychic Pokemon, mostly Hypno and Grumpic, telepathically, and thrown into another large machine, out of which comes a heaping pile of sawdust, and a pile of small sticks, which are carried along a conveyor belt into a box...which upon further inspection, it reads "TOOTHPICKS - MADE WITH GENUINE SILVER FOREST TREES"

    A woman's voice then says, "If we would have just caught Celebii first, we'd be done by now." You look around, still ducking behind the trees, and see a small wooden building, which a man walks out of, followed by a woman. "Shut up woman, is all you do complain about speed? We only have to clear about an acre more of land, and we'll be done. Shouldn't take more than a few hours. And I bet we could catch a few more scurrying baby Pokemon, and raise them to serve only us! And be experimental, of course." The woman shakes her head, and sighs before mumbling something under her breath.

    What will you do?


    Torky Stu & Joe: Both of you getting off at the dock on the Diamond River, the separator of the docile Silver Forest and the hostile Red Forest. However, rather than going to the Silver Forest, you head off in search of danger, to the Red Forest. As soon as you and your Pokemon enter the forest, you notice the steamy, humid, and hot atmosphere of the place and the wild array of Pokemon which it could support. However, you don't seem to notice any of these Pokemon, all you hear are calls of Pokemon deep within the forest. Wondering where all of the Pokemon are, Joe turns around to ask Stu what he thinks. However, much to his surprise, a rather large Arbok is wrapped around a blue faced Stu, preventing him from moving and just barely allowing him to breathe. It would appear as though unless Joe acts fast, then Stu is in a bit of trouble, and on the Arbok's lunch menu...

    Dark Fire: Wading through the Diamond River, you soon reach the other side, the Red Forest. The atmosphere and flora both match that of a rainforest, hot and humid. Walking into the forest, you hear the calls of wild Pokemon deep in the forest as you walk along with your Vulpix. However, it doesn't appear as though there are many Pokemon where you are, as you continue walking through the forest. After a bit of walking, however, you find that you haven't found a single Pokemon, nor anything that would be remotely interesting. However, as you stop to rest, there is a rustling in the leaves above. You look up, and see a pair of red eyes looking down at you, right back. You take a few steps back as a rather large Beedrill begins to fly out of the leaves, down at you, looking rather mad.

    What will you do?


    Dark Scizor: Stepping off of the ferry onto the dock of Lily Island, you decide against heading to the Red Forest, instead heading toward the Silver Forest. The moment you step into the forest you realize just how populated the forest is, as the entire forest is filled with squawks and other Pokemon calls. You also see the leaves above, which have a slight silver tint to them, as well as the brush, are all full of life, rustling around often as Pokemon move through them. Not actually getting a good glance of a Pokemon, you simply continue along in your journey, before you hear the sounds of a call for help, from a human voice. You quickly pick up your pace and run toward the screaming, and find the source. A kid, roughly 13, is wrapped up in a white silk cacoon, probably from a Pokemon's string shot. The kid says, "Finally! Um...could you help me out a little?"

    Alilatias: Trekking through Silver Forest, you see a multitude of Pokemon going about their daily business, just ignoring you as they go along. Continuing to walk through, you soon find an area of the forest which you haven't seen before, one tree towering over the entire area around it, at least twice as all as the other trees in the area. Examining the large tree more closely, you see a multitude of birds flying in and out of its branches. However, everything suddenly goes quiet, all of the squawking of the birds vanishing instantly. Wondering why, you don't have to for too long, as a pair of older looking gray Swellow swoop down on you, looking ready to attack you, as they consider you a threat.

    What will you do?


    Latias10: Heading off of the ferry and onto the port of the Red Forest side of the Diamond River, you and your Shelgon decide to head off toward the dangerous forest, the latter reluctantly. Nonetheless, you begin to trek into the forest. Steamy, humid, and hot, you find that the rainforest of the Red Forest could be the home to a variety of Pokemon, from birds to bugs to poison types to pretty much anything else under the rainbow, except for ice types, that is. Also, you realize something after you get a good way in to the forest - you haven't seen, or heard, a single Pokemon. Nor any other trace of life, save for the dense vegetation rising up from the forest floor. After a bit, though, as you move to take another step, you find your foot stuck. Looking down, you see a vine is wrapped around it. You pull and pull, but it seems as though the harder you pull, the tighter the vine becomes. Deciding to trace the vine to its source, you see that it leads into the dense brush, the only thing visible is a large, red plant rising above the other plants. What will you do?

    Centin: Beginning your journey in the lush Silver Forest, you gasp in amazement of the beauty of the area. From the silver lined leaves to the amazing abundance of wildlife, you find yourself in a state of amazement. However, as you continue your journey on, it seems as though the silver leaves are beginning to slightly lose their color, and wildlife becomes more and more scarce. After a while, you hear the sound of rushing water. Realizing that it's impossible that you got to the Diamond River already, you push your way through some brush and find yourself at a lake, the water extremely murky, with a slight blackish purple tinge. Looking around, you find a pipe sending the purple and black contaminants into the lake, and eventually realize that this is what's causing the Pokemon to move away from this area in the forest, instead retreating to the edges of the forest.

    What will you do? Follow the pipe to the source, perhaps?


    thed3: Deciding to head off in the direction of Dew Island, you scan the seas for whatever would happen to be around as you ride the ferry. You soon spot the blown out volcano, and wonder for a few moments how you'd reach the top of the clifflike sided mountain, but quickly see an elevator near the dock. After departing the ship, you head to the elevator. It springs to life immediately after you walk in, the door shutting as the elevator spins around, so you are now facing solid rock. After a few moments, you reach the top. Looking at the lake, you are amazed by the sparkling lake that is bustling with life, Wingull perched on the shore, a group of Squirtle training by sending Water Guns into the air and dodging them as they fell, and most noticible a Wailord breaching at the center of the lake. However, scanning the area more, your eyes rest on what the area is named for.

    At the bottom of the lake, you see literally thousands of small, purple Clamperl shells spread about. You wonder how many of them hold pearls, but your thinking is cut off suddenly by a scream. You turn to see the source of the scream, and see a Totodile you didn't see before, isolated from the rest of the Pokemon, rolling around in apparently immense, unimaginable pain. What will you do?


    Timeless River: Walking into the Elegy Fields, even in the daytime, you can feel something wrong, as does your pink Wooper. These feelings quickly intensify as you walk further into the graveyard, the tombstones scattered in no real pattern throughout the area. Oh, and the green aura doesn't really help things all that much at all. Walking through, you soon find a tombstone different from the others. While most of the others are gray and worn away into just smoothed rocks that jet from the ground, this one is a large stone monument, rising around four feet from the ground, and a deep red color. You step up to it to investigate it further, and find that some sort of a message is written on it, but you soon find yourself squinting to see as your area suddenly gets darker and darker. You look up into the sky, and see that the sun is out and there isn't a cloud in the sky, but around you, black as dark as night is wrapping around the tombstones, and a bit more importantly, you. The dark aura quickly reaches your eye level, and you find yourself and your Wooper panicing, as you can't see anything, where you're at, where you're going, what time it is, if your shoelace is untied, you know, all of the life altering facts you need to know.

    However, you are soon paralyzed with fear, as right in front of your head, a pair of deep red eyes break through the darkness, and stare straight at you. Your eyes grow wide as the eyes come closer, and closer, and closer, before they are about 3 feet away from your face. Then they disappear.

    A bit relieved, you sigh. "Boo." a calm voice from behind you says. You shriek out in surprise as the black aura quickly begins to fade away, quickly retreating to a point close to where the voice came from. Still scared out of your wits, you feel a bit embarrassed as the shadows all join to form a Haunter, who gives you a large smile before it turns itself upside down, finding your terror the funniest thing in the world. What will you do?


    Jon Jen: Heading off to Ruin Island, in search of adventure, and whatever else you may search for. Walking off onto the dock, the eerie green glow of the island deters you for just a moment, before you take a deep breath and start off toward the Amor Temple. After only a very short walk, you reach your destination. Looking up at the broken apart temple, something catches your eye, looking to your right to see a huge Seviper slithering into the temple through a large hole in the side. Taking the main entrance through the front, the first room, a lobby of sorts, is dimly lit by the cracks in the walls. This light is enough for you to see your options-there's a tunnel to the left, a tunnel to the right, and a tunnel straight ahead. A dim light is coming from the one on the right, a cold breeze from the left, and the center one doesn't have anything really special about it. Which one will you choose?

    Ichimaru: Getting off of the boat, you breathe in the salty air of the seashore as you walk up onto Ruin Island. The eerie green glow on the ground deters you only a small bit as you head off toward Elegy Fields, the graveyard of the first inhabitants of the area. Walking along, you closely watch your surroundings, but all you see are rocks, just rocks jetting from the ground marking the places where the dead rest. Continuing on, you hear something, like a muffled scratching sound of some sort...you look around, but don't see anything. Shivers go down your spine as you continue on, but you hear the sound again a bit down. Looking around again, you suddenly find it hard to breathe. In a very close grave, a rotten, yellow hand is clawing its way up to the surface. Expecting that something would be accompanying the hand as it pulls itself out of the grave, you are stunned to find that after the elbow, the arm suddenly cuts off, leaving a forearm lingering in midair a few feet in front of you. What will you do?

    Bloody Banette: Walking off of the ferry onto the dock of Ruin Island, the eerie green glow of the ground deters you for only a moment as you head off to your journey to the Amor Temple. After a relatively short journey, you reach the temple. Made of gray stone, you take a deep breath before you walk into the temple. Finding yourself in a large room, you assume that you are in the main antechamber of the temple, your guess further supported by the smaller tunnels that branch out of the room. Finding yourself in sort of a dilemma, you find that there are three tunnels that branch out from your current room, from one, it seems as though water is flowing out at a steady pace, one with a light that looks like fire somewhere inside, and the third, an ordinary tunnel with nothing special about it.

    Which will you choose?


    Serial Arsonist: Heading off onto Ion Island, you step out onto the dock and release your Bulbsaur, before deciding to go to Storm Lake. The crescent shaped lake literally has electricity sparking through the water, causing it to glow slightly yellow. However, you also see what the lake is famous for, as a Electabuzz relaxes in the shallow water, and a few Chinchou and a Lanturn swim underwater. Scanning the remainder of the lake, you are suddenly caught off guard as you hear breathing behind you. You whip around, and see an Electabuzz standing there. You glance over to where you saw the Electabuzz before to make sure it's not the same one, which it isn't, and turn your attention back to the Electabuzz, who looks rather angry, with bloodshot eyes, ready to attack you. What will you do?

    John's Knight: Deciding to take a different path, you head off toward Venom Island, home to many different types of poison Pokemon. As you come close to the shore, your eyes bulge as you see the water, which abruptly changes from a sparkling blue to a putrid purplish color. You can't see anything in the water at all, and are suprised as one of the crew members exclaim that a new hull will be needed for the boat after travelling in such acidic water, and looking over the side, you can see that that may be necessary, and the metal boat seems to have been a very different color before...

    Walking up onto the shore, you immediately head in the direction of the Bane Forest, a wasteland of dead trees turned white by the acidic chemicals of the ground. Getting to the forest rather quickly, a light fog begins to roll into the area. Viligantly examining the area around you while you continue on, you are surprised to see that there are no signs of life...at all. While the area could contribute to the factor, you think that something has to live here.

    Suddenly, you hear breathing behind you. Turning around quickly, you see an Ursaring, eyes bloodshot, its claws almost double the normal size of the species. The large bear's mouth turns into an evil grin as it roars triumphantly, definitely ready to attack.

    What will you do?


    Shinjara & Sasuke: Deciding to head out to Venom Island, you both turn to the Skull Tunnel, a large white rock jetting from the ground, looking eerily like a skull, the eyes and nose being slight indents in the huge rock. Squeezing in the small gap where the mouth would be in a skull, you find yourselves in a very dark cavern, the only light coming from the small gap from which you just came. Thinking quickly, Sasuke releases his Shiftry. Both of you cover your eyes as Shiftry begins to glow white, a blinding Flash being released through the cavern, lighting it up. Opening your eyes, you find the cavern unnaturally bright. Nonetheless, you find that the ceiling of the cavern is high enough that you can walk freely, the caverns themselves in somewhat of a circular shape.

    Beginning to walk through, you quickly find a room which you assume is the main antechamber, the ceiling 3 times as high as the normal path. Other caverns jet away from the cavern, totalling 10 in all. The very center one is the only one that is any different from the others, bathed in a bright blue light. However, as you look up, you see about 30 of the Zubat line resting peacefully on the ceiling. They don't seem to have noticed you, but it might not be a good idea to let them. What will you do?


    Lonely Wanderer: Heading off of the ferry onto the dock onto Venom Island, you and your Beautifly begin to walk toward the Skull Tunnel. The walk isn't very long, and you soon find yourself at the large white rock that jets from the ground, several indents in the rock causing it to look remarkably like a skull. You slip underneath where the mouth would be, and your Beautifly follows, its wings beginning to glow a bright white as the area is illuminated enough to see. You walk inside, and find yourself in the tunnel, easily high enough to stand up in, with circular tunnels. Walking through your current tunnel, you soon find yourself in a rather high topped area, with a series of 10 tunnels branching off from the circular room. Nothing really makes them different from each other except the very center one, which is bathed in orange light.

    What will you do?


    P/Arts: Heading off toward the Salin City gym, in an attempt to earn a badge to prove your strength, it doesn't take you long to locate it. Only a short walk away from the port, you soon find yourself at a massive building, roughly two stories high and seemingly stretching on for about 300 yards, with a large symbol at the top, a half moon like symbol. You know it's the gym, though, because of the large sign beside it reading "GYM."

    Walking in, you find yourself in a massive lobby, many people hanging around the area. You walk up to the counter, stating that you wish to challenge the gym. The attendant nods, and pulls a small, silver box off of a pile in the corner of the desk. She opens the desk and pulls out a small, very thin TV like device, with a stylus attached to the side. She takes the stylus and taps the screen, and nods to you. "Good luck, if you have any questions, please let me know."

    You look down at the screen, and notice that it has gone from blank, to a colorful screen, broken into eight equal sections horizontally, each one only about a half inch thick, but as long as the screen. Examining each closer, you find that on the first one, a picture of a man with a headband rests on a reddish orange background, with the letters RCK FRE GND beside it, possibly designating types? At the very end of the section, there is the number 1, without any other designation. The next one is a woman with long, brown hair on a green background . GRS BUG FLY are the letters near this one, and at the end of this section is the number 2. Next, on a light blue backdrop is a young man, with a snow hat and goggles. ICE are the only letters near this one, and the number near it is 2 as well. Fourth is a blonde haired man on a blue background. WTR are the only letters near this one, but this one has a number of 6. Fifth, a woman with black hair sits on a light brown background, with the letters PSY DRK GST near it. This number is 0. Sixth, on a yellow background is a woman, with blonde hair. ELC is the only lettering, and it has the number 2. Seventh is a woman with purple hair, on a dark purple background. PSN is the lettering of this one, while the number is also 0. And lastly, a man with brown hair rests on a gray background. Letter designation is NML FTG STL and there is no number for this one, rather a red X.

    The woman sees your expression, and offers help. In a calm tone, she begins. "The letters, such as RCK, represent type of the gym. The number at the end is how many people are currently on that Gym Leader's queue. Two Gym Leaders always seem to have zero on theirs, for some reason...I don't know. Anyway, if you'd like to challenge one, just tap their name and fill out the form that appears to the very best of your ability, and you'll be good to go, unless you have any other questions?"

    Making your choice of the gym you will challenge, suddenly the screen changes to a form.

    Name:
    Age:
    Prior Gym Challenges (if any):
    Squad of 6 For Battle:


    lilbluecorsola: Walking off of the ferry onto the dock you look in amazement of the large coral formations that jet out from the island. Many people and their Pokemon float along with the waves, a few diving underwater to investigate the Pokemon life. Looking up onto the shore, you notice a sign that says "Scuba Gear - Necessary for Under Water Battles!" Continuing to look around, you see a Pokemon Center, on top of which a Wingull is perched, keeping a lookout for possible danger. Upon closer inspection, you see another Wingull, and only assume that they have a nest on top of the Pokemon Center. However, behind you, you hear a scream. Looking around, you see that a school of Tentacool moving into the area. All of the people and their Pokemon rush to get out of the water, leaving you standing there, quite bewildered, before you notice that the water is starting to become murkier and murkier, eventually to the point that you cannot see anything in the water. A few moments later, a man taps your shoulder, saying urgently, "We need to get out of here as soon as we can. Come, I'm sure I can find a book in the Pokemon Center that can explain what is happening a lot better than I can."

    What will you do?


    Faiyaa: Deciding to head off to the shipwreck of the SS Leviathan, you scan the area, just in case of a swimming axe murderer about. Seeing no such thread, you continue on toward the mast of the huge ship, which itself stretches almost 10 feet into the air, which is almost nothing compared to the rest of the ship. Wondering to yourself what could have possibly caused such a large ship to sink, you and your Mantine circle around the mast for a few moments, seeing the rot of the wood because of the ocean currents and hoping that it's safe enough for adventure. While pondering this over, you hear something behind you, sounding like laughter...pirate laughter. You quickly turn around, but see nothing there...However, as you turn back around to investigate the shipwreck, everything suddenly goes black.

    You groggily open your eyes, and find yourself in a wooden room, your arms chained to the wall. It would appear as though you were in a ship, and you quickly, and rightly assume that you are inside the shipwreck. You search the area for your Mantine, and see a few chairs and a desk, but not a door. Resting on top of the desk is a strange ball. You assume that it's a Pokeball, and upon further inspection from your distance, you see a skull with crossbones at the point where the recall button is on a normal Pokeball. Suddenly, you feel chills run down your spine. You look around the room and see an eerie green fog filling the room. You hear the same laughter as before, as a a green arm comes out of the wall. Rather freaked, another arm and a pair of legs follow, attacked to a man. A pirate. A ghost pirate.

    "Arr!" he says, in a ghastly tone, "matey, ye be after me treasure, are ye? Now, ye shall walk the plank!"

    "Walk the plank, squawk, walk the plank!" On the man's shoulder, a small bird appears out of thin air. Its head is black, its beak is pink, and its wings are a bright blue and yellow. A white ruffle is around its next, but it is also surrounded in a green aura like the man. Smirking, the pirate snaps his fingers, and the chains binding you disappear. "Arr, if ye can somehow escape from me ship by tomorrow, your life will be spared. If not, hope ye don't mind being ripped apart by Sharpedo!" The pirate continues laughing as he walks out of the room, the bird repeating "Sharpedo, Sharpedo, squawk, ripped apart by Sharpedo!" as it disappears through the wall.

    What will you do?


    Kiera & Skrutsi: Both of you arriving at the shipwreck at the same time, you look at the huge wooden ship, the mast the only thing rising out of the water. Looking down into the water, you see a large hole in the side of the ship, through which many, many Pokemon swim in and out in schools. Just in the few minutes which you watch, a school of Magikarp enter the ship, a very large Mantine exits, as well as a HUGE Gyarados, which seems to be at least 50 feet long. It swims around a bit before it gazes to the surface, and sees the shadow of Swampert. Gyarados's eyes narrow, and you notice that they are a very deep red, the color of blood, with no pupils. Without warning, it rockets up to the surface. As it breaks the surface, large waves erupt from the point, sending Jeff and Swampert back a few yards. The Gyarados continues to glare, before it opens its mouth wide, a ball of golden energy beginning to form...What will you do?

    Waterlight: Deciding to head away from the majority of the group, you ride atop your Milotic in the direction of Ruin Island, specifically, past Ruin Island, to Deprimo Trench. You gaze around the area, admiring the various water Pokemon which make this their home, from a flock of soaring Wingull, to a school of Magikarp which swim underneath you and Milotic, to a group of Seel which playfully swim beside you and Milotic. However, as you look around the area, Milotic suddenly stops moving. You lean over to see what the problem is, and it doesn't take you long at all to notice that Milotic is covered in a strange magenta aura, one usually associated with psychic types.

    Searching for the source of the problem, it doesn't take very long. In front of you, a large swell begins to form, at the very top, a pink Pokemon with a Shellder attached to its head, a Slowking. However, it is glaring at you with a look of pure and utter disgust, as it speaks to you. Or at least you would think so, but its mouth doesn't move, so you assume telepathy. "How dare you enter my royal sea without proper invitation? Child, do you know no manners?" The Slowking then closes its eyes, and behind you, a large splash occurs as a Gyarados is psychically pulled out of the water. "Serpent, destroy this insolent child." The Gyarados roars, as it begins to concentrate its power into its mouth in the form of a ball, a Hyper Beam attack. What will you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    Jon Jen: Heading off to Ruin Island, in search of adventure, and whatever else you may search for. Walking off onto the dock, the eerie green glow of the island deters you for just a moment, before you take a deep breath and start off toward the Amor Temple. After only a very short walk, you reach your destination. Looking up at the broken apart temple, something catches your eye, looking to your right to see a huge Seviper slithering into the temple through a large hole in the side. Taking the main entrance through the front, the first room, a lobby of sorts, is dimly lit by the cracks in the walls. This light is enough for you to see your options-there's a tunnel to the left, a tunnel to the right, and a tunnel straight ahead. A dim light is coming from the one on the right, a cold breeze from the left, and the center one doesn't have anything really special about it. Which one will you choose?
    Jon trotted with a grin through the seemingly empty surroundings of the Amor Temple. He was quite happy indeed, as he soaked in the whole experience; Jon enjoyed to travel, so he was quite thrilled that he would be off on an adventure his pokemon hadn't already torn down. The temple seemed to resonate with a presence, one that excited Jon greatly. Jon enjoyed things that he didn't understand, at least at first glance, it allowed him the opportunity to observe and analyze a truly unknown subject. Jon noticed a Seviper out of the corner of his eye as he began to draw closer to the entrance to the temple. "A Seviper? See, its a good thing I haven't sent out Trick then, isn't it?" Jon cheered to himself, a compliment in a way, commending his good judgment for not letting his pokemon weigh him down. Although, subconsciously, Jon knew full well that, sooner or later, he'd get into trouble and need his pokemon to bail him out. But, this wasn't on Jon's mind now, he was more interested in the ruins he was absorbed in, and quickly being engulfed by, as he entered the Amor Temple.

    As he entered, he took note of the beauty of the temple, despite its obvious wear and tear brought on by age. The temple's walls were riddled with cracks, somewhat bathing the inside with a sort of transient light that lit patches of the crumbling structure. Jon found himself at the face of three different rounds, two to either side, and one straight ahead. Being the over analytical person he is, he slowly came to a stop as he thought over his options.

    "It feels cold that way..." Jon observed, referring to the passage off to his left. "And there's a light to my right..." he added. "Nothing really special about the passage in front of me." Jon finished. "With these observations and common sense applied, I can make a sound decision!" he cheered, overjoyed that he could be making such an intelligent decision already, not even faintly realizing his foolishness in going to such lengths to pick a path to travel.

    "Well, logic tells us that the best way out of the maze is to hold the right wall, but that doesn't really apply to our current situation. Unless I get lost, of course." Jon announced. "Plus, I myself would naturally want to take the path in front of me, straightforward is usually the quickest way to get something to happen either way, and I could make further observations from there." Jon spoke. "But, because these two stick out in my mind, it makes me question whether the path to my left is the real answer..." Jon added, only confusing himself from the issue.

    "I don't know, perhaps I should look through my things to see if I have anything that might make an impact..." Jon spoke as he set his pack down in front of him, shuffling around in it for something that might help him decide. At that time, he knocked a pokeball from his bag, which fell to the ground softly, though it began to roll towards the hall on Jon's right. Jon followed after it where it stopped in a notch in the stone floor, and picked it up, only to stand in disbelief for a few moments to come.

    "Hahahah!" Jon burst into laughter! "I'm a genius! It was right in front of me the whole time, the right path is the right path!" he giggled to himself, pleased with his pun of sorts. "Well, thank you trusty pokeball! You've served a great purpose!" he patted it, as he put it back with his things, and began on his way, down the hall facing off to the right.
    ~Jon's Fizzy Bubbles!~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politically Incorrect
    Torky Stu & Joe: Both of you getting off at the dock on the Diamond River, the separator of the docile Silver Forest and the hostile Red Forest. However, rather than going to the Silver Forest, you head off in search of danger, to the Red Forest. As soon as you and your Pokemon enter the forest, you notice the steamy, humid, and hot atmosphere of the place and the wild array of Pokemon which it could support. However, you don't seem to notice any of these Pokemon, all you hear are calls of Pokemon deep within the forest. Wondering where all of the Pokemon are, Joe turns around to ask Stu what he thinks. However, much to his surprise, a rather large Arbok is wrapped around a blue faced Stu, preventing him from moving and just barely allowing him to breathe. It would appear as though unless Joe acts fast, then Stu is in a bit of trouble, and on the Arbok's lunch menu...
    Awesome update. xD

    The fact that a huge Arbok could sneak up on both Joe and Stu unnoticed just proved how dangerous the Red Forest could be. But Joe didn't think about that for very long, as he saw the predicament he was in. He could tell by the sheer malicity of the attack that this Arbok was going to be as strong as anything else he'd ever fought. He reached to his belt, and grabbed the first Pokeball he could, before throwing it to the ground. After a large flash of red light, one of Joe's newest Pokemon unfurled on the ground.

    "Dunsparce, get that thing off of Stu with an Ancientpower, and then follow up by using Rage to knock it into a tree!" ordered Joe, quickly, trying to spit out orders as fast as he could so that Stu didn't get choked to death. "If it tries to attack you, use a Defense Curl to lighten the damage. Oh, and you better take this." He reached into his bag, and took out a small, pink berry, which looked a bit like an upside down peach. Joe gave the small berry to Dunsparce, and Dunsparce stared at it, confused.

    "If that big snake thing poisons you, just eat that, and you should be alright in no time, okay?" he said, and Dunsparce nodded, making it obvious that he now understood. Joe then got back to his feet, and waited for Dunsparce to start his assault on the Arbok, while Stu stood there, struggling to catch a breath.

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