Hey, i just whipped this up, so I dont know what will happen xD
Not a Derp
Pokemon attempted: rattata
CC’s needed: 5-10k
“Your worthless, you can’t do anything right! I don’t even know why I ever caught you! Get out of my life!” shouted a voice inside the building. I could tell that the person was angry at a Pokemon. I just couldn’t believe that he or she could talk to a Pokemon like that.
“Don’t follow me! Get away! Away!” the voice continued. I ran over to the door, jolting it open. I looked inside, only to see a terrible sight. A boy that looked to be fourteen stood there, he hands inside his jacket pockets. He wore a blue jacket, red sweats, and a pair of blue sneakers. In front of him was an Ivysaur, staring down a poor, defenseless Rattata.
“I told you to quit following me!” the boy yelled. The Ivysaur stepped forward, and shot out its two vines on its sides. The vines repeatedly went into the air, and whipped down onto the poor Rattata. I almost cringed and yelled out at the boy.
“Instead, I calmly reached for the Pokeball on my belt. Pulling it off, I shot out my trustworthy partner. “Go stop ‘em buddy,” I muttered. The pokeball shot a red beam out in a line, and the beam stopped in midair, and began to take shape. The shape slowly formed into a chandelier type object, then took color. The Pokemon floating there was torch, my Chandelure.
Torch floated towards the boy very quickly. Torch stopped between the Ivysaur and the Rattata, taking the vines himself. Ivysaur stopped quickly, and the boy looked even madder.
“Why’d you get in my way you stupid poke-“his sentence was cut short, as more Pokemon came over. A Togekiss and an Unfezant flew over, followed closely by a Swampert and Golem. I walked over last, smiling.
“Go ahead, finish that sentence, I dare you,” I said smugly. Chandelure began charging a Fiery Orb; Togekiss began flying back and forth very quickly, Unfezant doing the same, both Pokémon’s wings glowing silver. Lastly, Swampert and golem both held up to large boulders, preparing a rock blast.
“C-c-c-come on I-I-Ivysaur,” the boy stuttered. The duo turned around, and dashed for the door. I smiled, and my Pokemon quit charging their attacks. I bent down and looked at the Rattata.
“You okay little buddy? It’s ok, we won’t hurt you, we’re your friends,” I said soothingly. The Rattata began to smile, then looked up at all of my Pokemon, and shuttered, getting scared. I grabbed my pokeballs, and returned all of my Pokemon but Togekiss.
“See, they can’t hurt you,” I slowly said. Togekiss floated down and landed on the ground. She smiled at the Rattata, and Rattata slowly moved closer to Togekiss. Togekiss smiled even wider, and Rattata smiled. Rattata then tapped the rest of my pokeballs one by one, releasing the Pokemon. Rattata smiled at each of them in turn.
I still remember that day like it was yesterday. For weeks afterwards, we trained, grinded, trying to be the very best. Rattata became part of the family, getting over his fears and worries.
Then the day came. Rattata had just evolved a couple of days before that. The day we encountered that boy again, the day Raticate had finally showed him up.
“You! You’re the one that took my Pokemon! You stole him from me!” the boy yelled out at me. I was staring at him calmly from across an open field.
“I never stole him! You abused him and he wanted to go with me, wanted to be safer!” I yelled back.
“Well then how about this! We battle, one on one. Me and you, winner gets him!” the boy yelled again.
“Fine!” I shouted, feeling confident. The boy threw a pokeball into the air, and a Venasaur appeared. I knew this Venasaur was the Ivysaur from before. I began to reach for Torch’s pokeball, but another one flashed first. Raticate appeared before me, and gave me a slight nod.
“Are you sure, you don’t have to do this,” I told Raticate.
“Rat-rati-catecate,” Raticate said. After being around him, I knew this meant “yes I do”. I nodded and slightly smiled.
Raticate ran out onto the battlefield and stared at Venasaur. “Vine Whip!” my opponent yelled, not wasting any time.
“Dodge it!” I commanded. I knew that the training would pay off. The green overgrown dinosaur shot its two whips out and began lashing towards the brown rat. Raticate jumped and twirled, going between the vines. I smiled. Venasaur ended the attack, and Raticate hit the ground, ready to attack.
“Ok Buddy, tackle!” I yelled.
“Take-down!” the boy yelled across the field as a counter-attack. The two Pokemon ran towards each other, but Raticate was faster. He sidestepped and spun on his hind legs, ramming into Venasaur from the side.
Venasaur staggered to the side, never even finishing his own attack. “Razor Leaf!” the boy shouted, acting like there was no time. The Venasaur recovered quicker than I expected. It spun around and shot sharp leaves at my brown rat. The leaves collided before Raticate had a chance to react. Raticate stumbled and rolled. Jumping quickly on his feet, Rattata looked to me.
“Quick attack to get up close, and then use Hyper Fang,” I commanded. Raticate shot forward at a blinding speed, and then slowed down long enough for me to see its outstretched jaws clamp down on Venasaur. Venasaur roared in pain, and stumbled backwards.
“Take down now!” I shouted. Raticate ran forward and slammed the green dinosaur. Venasaur fell over, and fainted.
“UUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!” the boy screamed from the other side. He quickly returned his Pokemon and ran off.
“Nice one boy!” I shouted, running out to Raticate. I picked him up and hugged him, smiling. “We did it…” I said.