Target Pokemon(s): Male Nidoran
Required Characters: 5k - 10k Characters
Notes: A Sequel to Magical Magikarp
In a region called Johto, there was a young boy named Jack, who wanted to catch all of the Pokemon. His grandfather, a Pokemon Scientist, had just passed away. Jack and his grandfather were best friends. He wanted Jack to keep on raising, training, and keep on taking care of Pokemon. He gladly accepted his challenge. He got a Pichu, named Sparky, from Professor Elm, and caught a Magikarp at a nearby lake. He believes that his Pokemon are strong, and will help him surpass any obstacle he encounters.
He threw Sparky's Pokeball up the air and called him out. Sparky front flipped out of the Pokeball. "We are going to go to the Safari Zone." Jack said seriously. “My grandfather told that there are many different types of Pokemon located at the Safari Zone. You may also meet many friends there.”
“Pichu!” exclaimed Sparky. He started jumping up and down in excitement.
“Okay, follow me! We are heading to Route 48. There is a train right there. We are going to ride it and travel west of Johto,” said Jack. They rode on the train and arrived at Route 48. They traveled up toward the Safari Zone Entrance.
They went to the Front Desk and found a worker there. “Hello there. It seems like you want to enter the Safari Zone. Let me tell you some of the rules here. You aren’t allowed to bring Pokemon in here. You may lure the Pokemon with bait, and throw mud at the Pokemon if you would like. You need to use Safari Zone Pokeballs to catch Pokemon. You can purchase these by talking to that guy on the other side of the desk,” the young worker explained.
“Okay, thanks,” Jack said to the worker. “Sparky, seems like you can’t come here, sorry. Come back to the Pokeball,” He threw the Pokeball at Pichu and the Pichu was returned to the Pokeball. “Okay, I would like to have 5 Safari Zone Pokeballs please!” he asked the other worker.
“Alright! Here you go.” He gave Jack 5 Safari Zone Pokeballs.
“Thank you!” he told the worker. He then walked toward the sunlight.
“Woah, these place his huge! There are many different types of Pokemon here also. I hope I don’t get lost here. Grampa, if you can hear me, I hope you are happy,” Jack said emotionally. A tear fell off of Jack’s eye. “I am not crying, I am just sweating through my eyelids.” In a faraway distance, he saw two fainted figures. They appear to be stuck in a tree. He came closer to investigate. There was a Houndour barking at a male and female Nidoran.
“Nidoran!” the Nidorans cried simultaneously.
Jack ran closer to the scene. He saw some meat near the tree. He brought out his rod, hooked the meat on the hook, and lured the Houndour out of the way. “Are you okay?” he asked the Nidorans. They nodded their heads. “Good! Let me help you down,” he grabbed them, one by one, down the tree. He was aware of their poisonous horns. “Now, quickly, run away, before the Houndour comes back.”
“Nidoran…” said the Nidorans.
“Oh, you want to come with me. Okay, but you have to fight me in a man to Pokemon battle,” he said kindly.
“Nidoran!” said the female Nidoran. She scurried off into the bushes.
“Nido, Nidoran,” nodded the male Nidoran.
“Alright then,“ he picked up some mud, and threw it at the Nidoran. It quickly dodged it and threw out toxic spikes at Jack. He jumped and threw a Safari Zone Pokeball at it. The Nidoran quickly smacked the ball into Jack’s face. “Ow! That really hurts,” a red mark was left on Jack’s face. He saw the Houndour coming right back for the Nidoran.
“Nido? Nidoran!” the little purple figure ran away, the same way the female one scurried off to.
“Houndour! Houndour!” cried out the aggressive Pokemon. He began chasing Jack. Someone began playing some 1980’s chase music.
“I wonder where that noise is coming from. I wonder why there are a lot of unusual things happening to me today,” he said awkwardly. He then notices the toxic spikes spell out “H - I - A – S –C.” This means Houndour is a Scaredy Cat. “Wait, isn’t he a dog? Well, it doesn’t really matter. I guess I should follow the Nidoran. Jack, away!” he ran right after the Nidoran. The Houndour got tired, and went to sleep.
After several minutes of searching for the Nidoran, he saw many of them near a very old tree. There seems to be many nests. There is a door on the tree. It seems to be a safe house for Pokemon. “Oh, I see, you were trying to keep these Nidorans safe from any harm,” Jack said to the leader of the Nidorans.
"Nidor, Nidorans, Nido Nidorans," exclaimed the leader.
"That is why two of the Nidorans ran away after I talked to them. Also, I think the Nidorans can survive without a leader. They need to know how to grow up, and how to survive on there own. They look like they have been here for most of their lives," Jack said softly.
"Nidoran..." the leader nodded its head and wanted to battle Jack.
"A battle, eh? Okay, let's get started," he yelled out loud like a maniac. He grabbed some mud and threw it at the leader's face. The Nidoran's face was dirty. It couldn't see anything because of all the mud on its face. "Alright, Safari Zone Pokeball, go!" He threw the Safari Zone Pokeball at the Pokemon. It was sucked in to the Pokeball. The Nidorans began chatting among themselves. The Pokeball shook all around, then the Pokemon was...