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    OOC: @MuddyMudkip - Yeah, just wanted to make sure you remember.
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    The green orb sailed towards the struggling Frillish and struck it on the head. The ball bounced off the flesh of Frillish and opened up. A red beam shot from the capture device and enveloped the Water type Pokemon briefly before the Pokemon got sucked into the confines of the device.

    The ball rolled towards us as it wiggled fiercely. Frillish may have been low on health, but she was putting up a determined fight to escape. But after a moment, she stopped trying and the Park Ball settled with a ding. The ranger retrieved the ball before coming up to me.

    “Hey, congrats on the capture! Rest up now if you want, then we’ll explore the other edges of this river.”

    “Thanks, Elisa,” I responded as I recalled Kongo so he could rest. “Anyway, a rest isn’t needed yet. Let’s continue all, I’m looking forward to what awaits us down the river.”
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    “Thanks, Elisa,” he replied as he called his Slowking back into his red-and-white orb. “Anyway, a rest isn’t needed yet. Let’s continue all, I’m looking forward to what awaits us down the river.”

    I nodded in acknowledgement. “Alright.”

    I led Garth upstream, going in the direction counter to the flow of the river. “I figured it’d be better if we head this way,” I began my explanation in case he was confused. “We’ll probably encounter more creatures than if we head downstream. The water currents will push them towards us, in any case, instead of away from us.”

    My eyes scanned the area quickly - and not only the river but also the large lake to the right of it. There was something familiar about this specific spot in the zone, however, I couldn’t seem to place my finger on it exactly. It sortof reminded me of the time I hadn’t been a ranger yet - still at the academy and still going through a series of tests.

    Just as I finally recalled what was so special about this spot, it, coincidentally, emerged from the depths of the pool. It was a Milotic, one of the most beautiful Pokemon I had ever seen. From its humble beginnings as a Feebas, this fully-evolved entity was truly amazing like the other specimens of its species. Unlike any other Tender Pokemon, though, this one was white in coloration instead of a somewhat flesh hue.

    I pointed it out to the trainer. “See that Milotic over there? She’s the only white one in the entire National Park, and possibly even in the entire universe. She lacks a normal pigment which would have given her her natural coloring, thus the white coloration. Furthermore, the absence of this element in her genes also causes her to be extremely shy.” I spurted out information as I recalled what an older, more experienced ranger had told me before. As I spoke, the Water-type turned its head towards us, giving us a quick glance. Then, as quickly as she had burst out from under the water, she dove straight back into it. I sighed softly, then started off again, gesturing to the young man to follow.

    As we walked along the riverbank, careful not to slip and tumble into the liquid, creatures either watched us pass curiously, fled away, gave a quick glare of aggressiveness, or ignored us completely. I kept walking along, though, because most of them shrunk back into a hiding place or turned on their heels after watching us for a moment or two. Some just didn’t like human company. Besides, I was pretty sure Garth wasn’t interested in them - most could be found at the local PokeMart, and some weren’t very good in competitive battling.

    “Are there any particular Pokemon creatures you’re after?” I asked the ranger-slash-trainer, trying to spur up a bit of a conversation to help pass the time until we’d find an interesting encounter. Of course, I was also curious in what he was looking for.


    Trainer Statistics:
    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 12

    Area Effects:
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish (?, ???)|Mantyke (?, ???)|Frillish (F, Rash)
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs|Six Superballs|Six Hyperballs|Six Energy Roots|Two Energy Powders Plus|One Lava Cookie|One Poketoy|One Fluffy Tail|One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 846/???

    Pokemon Stats

    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron Head
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    “Alright,” the fellow ranger responded. “I figured it’d be better if we head this way,” she said, leading a path upstream. “We’ll probably encounter more creatures than if we head downstream. The water currents will push them towards us, in any case, instead of away from us.

    I nodded my head at her reasoning, it was solid thinking.

    We had only went upstream for a few minutes before she started to scan the waterways. It was clear she was looking for something, but what exactly was a mystery. Suddenly she flashed me a smile and pointed at the lake to our right. A white Milotic had appeared from the depths of the lake. “See that Milotic over there? She’s the only white one in the entire National Park, and possibly even in the entire universe. She lacks a normal pigment which would have given her her natural coloring, thus the white coloration. Furthermore, the absence of this element in her genes also causes her to be extremely shy,” Elisa said excitedly, this particular Milotic was obviously of interest to her.

    We didn’t get to enjoy the Pokemon long because when it spotted us it quickly dived under the water once more. We continued to walk along the riverbank for a few minutes before she broke the silence. “Are there any particular Pokemon creatures you’re after?”

    “Yes, there are a few that I would like to add to my team. A Staryu, Horsea, Feebas, and Totodile are currently what I’m interested in. But I’m also trying to collect all the Water types so I’m looking for anything that just catches my interest.
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    OOC: @AmericanTreeFrog


    “Alex, wake up!” a loud voice shouted into Alex’s ear. Alex groaned and slowly tilted his head to face the invader of his sleep. As soon as he realized who it was, he jolted upright and started to fiddle around with some spare pieces of paper lying around on his desk.


    “Go and do something productive, here is a run. Take it and be gone before I next see you,” The man shouted again, flicking saliva across Alex’s face. Alex wiped his face and took a small file from the manager in charge. He was a nice man, however if he ever caught a ranger sleeping on the job, they know what was coming. Alex threw his coat across his shoulders and headed out towards the Great Lakes.

    The Great Lakes weren’t very far from the Ranger HQ; it was about a five minute walk to reach the main lake. Alex was always fascinated at Lakes, whether it was the lakes themselves or the wildlife occupying them. Alex withdrew a small PokeBall from his belt and threw it into the dry humid air. With a small flash, a huge white flying Pokemon gracefully appeared. Alex looked up at Togekiss and watched as it started to fly ahead and then come back, like an obedient dog.

    Both Pokemon and Ranger set off down the small dirt track, parallel to a small lake. Immediately, a large serpent-like Pokemon slivered out of the water and back in, like a dolphin in the ocean. Alex’s jaw hung low, before he pushed it back into place. It was very rare that Milotic would show herself. According the National Park Statistics, there had only ever been one in the Great Lakes. Milotic dived back into the water and was never to be seen.

    Alex continued to head down the path, following a small map with a small red cross dotted not far from his trailing finger. Alex looked up and noticed a trainer in the distance. Alex picked up the pace and within seconds, he was standing next to his trainer.

    “Sorry it took so long; I only found I was taking you through the Park an hour ago. The name is Alex Fisher,” Alex said, outstretching his hand to the trainer.

    Whilst Alex was introducing himself, a small yellow Pokemon bundled out of the bushes and fell onto the floor. It picked itself up and looked around, hoping that no one noticed it. Alex smiled and said to Garth, “Do you want to capture this quite clumsy Psyduck?”

    Psyduck looked up the Trainer and planted his hands onto his head and groaned, “Psyyyy”


    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/9000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron Head
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    I heard the pounding of feet on the dirt path, and turned to see a ranger come walking up to me. “Sorry it took so long; I only found I was taking you through the Park an hour ago. The name is Alex Fisher,” the man held at a hand in greeting.

    “Hey,” I grasped his hand and returned the greeting in kind. “Garth, thanks for getting here. It’s been a long wait.”

    We were sudden;y interuppted when a small yellow duck Pokemon came waddling out of some bushes. “Do you want to capture this quite clumsy Pokemon?” Alex asked me.

    “No.” Was my immediate answer. “I just caught one on my last trip out here and I don’t need another.”

    “Let’s see if it will leave us alone, and if not I buy a Pokedoll from you.”
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    “No.” Was my immediate answer. “I just caught one on my last trip out here and I don’t need another.” Garth replied. Alex could sympathize, not every Pokemon needed to be caught, and there wouldn’t be any point capturing the same Pokemon twice. Alex turned around and started to walk away with Garth, when suddenly Alex felt a small tug on his trouser leg. He quickly turned around and saw the Psyduck again. It looked like this Pokemon wasn’t going to give up easily.

    “It’s ok, Can I buy a Pokedoll from you?” Garth asked as he held out some small green money. Psyduck look up at the transaction and simply leaped into the air and took the money away from Garth’s hands and quickly waddled back into the bushes. Everything happened so fast that Alex couldn’t react.

    “I’m sorry for that, however it looks like Psyduck has left us, well we should carry on this way,” Alex said, pointing his finger in the way.

    The group started to walk down a small trail, still parallel to the lake beside them, with a dark dense forest approaching in the distance. Alex was looking around idly when suddenly he noticed a small group of Pokemon running away from the forest. His ranger instincts immediately kicked in and he started to evaluate what was happening. If it was a fire we should act quickly, however there wasn’t any smoke. Something strange was up. The suddenly reached a small path which diverted into the forest. Alex looked closely down the trail, hoping to see anything, however there was no luck. Then out of the blue a distressed sound appeared from the forest.

    “Help, Help me,”

    “We should head towards the forest, I’m sorry we are going off track, however I have a bad feeling something is up,” Alex said to Garth. He has never asked a trainer to go off track, however he had a hunch that something was in trouble.

    After trekking down the trail, deep into the forest, Alex noticed a small blue tail popping up from the ground. Alex hastily ran towards the tail, wondering what it was. As soon as Alex reached the object, he suddenly noticed what it was. The Pokemon before them was Keldeo, the Legendary Colt Pokemon. It was part of the legendary musketeers, with Keldeo rumoured to be the strongest. However there was something wrong with Keldo. Its foot was trapped in a root, and somewhat seemed to injure itself trying to set free. Alex applied his Pokemon knowledge and searched through his bag for a First Aid kit.

    After applying the bandage and healing the injury, Alex helped Keldeo back onto its feet. Keldeo said out loud, “Thank You, I will repay you one day,”

    Alex turned to Garth and said, “Well, today must be a lucky day. We have seen Keldeo,”


    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck, Keldeo
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/9000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron Head

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    I held at the wad of cash to Alex, but before the ranger could seize it the wild Psyduck leapt up and snatched the money from my hands. The Pokemon quickly waddled away before either of us could react and get the money back.

    “I’m sorry for that,” Alex said after a few moments. “However, it looks like Psyduck has left. Well we should carry on this way.”

    Alex led us down a small trail leading deeper into the lake region when he suddenly focused on a group of Pokemon fleeing from the woods. He zoned in on the direction from which they were fleeing and he started walking in that direction.

    We hadn’t gone far when we started to hear a cry of help. “Help! Help me!,” the voice rang out.

    “We should head towards the forest, I’m sorry we’re going off track. However, I have a bad feeling something is up.”

    I shrugged. “Just lead the way, maybe we can lend assistance.”

    It took us a few minutes to penetrate the wooded area, but we were rewarded by the sight of a small blue horse. The Pokemon had a hoof stuck in a root and couldn’t free itself from the entanglement. Alex rushed over, freed the leg and applied a dissolving bandage to the injured Pokemon.

    “Thank you,”the Pokemon responded when he was finished. “ I replay you one day.” The Pokemon tested its leg by applying pressure, and when it was satisfied it bounded off.

    “Well today must be a lucky day. We have seen Keldeo.”

    “Not too lucky, I don’t have a camera on me. Hopefully we can find some Pokemon for me to catch.”
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    “Not too lucky, I don’t have a camera on me. Hopefully we can find some Pokemon for me to catch.” Garth said. Alex understood and watched as Keldeo slowly galloped away. It was the first Legendary Pokemon he had witnessed in the Great Lakes, hopefully they will encounter move on the expedition. 7

    Alex lead Gareth out of forest, and back onto the small path, adjacent to the lake. Alex glanced up at the sky and noticed something strange in the distance. A large black cloud was suddenly creeping over the mountain tops Mount Oktori. Since he was rushed to get over here, Alex was under prepared and only carried along a map, some Pokedolls and other item which the trainer can buy. Then out of nowhere, a small beaver Pokemon appeared from the water's edge. Its eyes stared towards Garth and slowly approached the trainer. Alex looked down at the small Bidoof and outstretched his hand, hoping the small beaver Pokemon would come closer. Bidoof snarled and quickly leaped forward and started to attack Alex. Togekiss, who had been following them, quickly intervened and tackled Bidoof off Alex. Bidoof rolled back and quickly got back onto its feet. Alex refrained from battling it, however looked across and asked Garth. "Do you want to catch this Bidoof?"

    Bidoof snarled towards the two trainers, eager for a battle.





    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck, Keldeo, Bidoof.
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/4000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron Head

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    OOC: @gmandiddy - Sorry for wait, been busy. 43.3 - .5
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    Alex just nodded at me and resumed his walk down the trail. He took a winding path, but we never came across any more Pokemon. Eventually we exited the forest and came out on a path next to the main lake. A strong rumbling filled the air, causing Alex to look up a dark thunder head over Mount Oktori.

    Suddenly a small Bidoof sprang out from a nearby bush. The ranger walked over, trying to be friendly, but the Pokemon snarled at him and tried to bite his outstretched hand. But before the Pokemon could make contact the ranger’s Togekiss charged it tackled the Pokemon,

    “Do you want catch this Bidoof?”

    “No thanks.” Didn’t even have to think about it. “Let’s run, and I have cash if needed for a doll.”
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    @AmericanTreeFrog, I am so so sorry for this late post.



    “No thanks.” Didn’t even have to think about it. “Let’s run, and I have cash if needed for a doll.” Garth replied. Alex glanced down at the small beaver's face; its large white eyes looked down at the ground. Alex had a theory that there are hundreds of different personalities for Wild Pokemon. Some want to be captured and loved, some want to be ignored and put up a fight when you battle it and others simply aim to be the best. Alex urged Garth on, hoping the Bidoof would just wonder back into the bush. However this Bidoof was determined and grabbed onto Garth's trouser leg, pulling it towards the ground. Garth tugged his trouser leg away from the grasp of Bidoof and took a few steps back.

    “Looks like this Bidoof is a clingy one,” Alex noted. Garth looked boldly at Alex and returned to his bag, removed some money from the pocket. He held it out and said nothing. Alex knew what he wanted and there was no need to waste words in telling him. Alex removed a small Clefairy Doll from his rucksack, exchanging it for the money. Garth threw the doll onto the floor and watched as Bidoof started to become attracted to the doll. Alex hinted that they should leave now before Bidoof notices them again. They swiftly took off down the road.

    After five minutes of travelling, Alex noticed a small shack in the distance. He wondered if it was a hut where rangers and their trainers could rest and take a break. They were quiet common around the Lake and also in the Boatanic Gardens. Then as the continued to walk towards the hut, a medium sized star appeared from the lakes surface. In the water was lying a starfish like Pokemon with a red gem in the middle. Then it rotated 90 degrees and faced the two humans.

    “Would you like to battle this Staryu?” Alex asked Garth.



    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck, Keldeo, Bidoof, Staryu
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/15000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron Head

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    Alex studied me for a few seconds before he looked down at the Beaver-Pokemon. Bidoof and their evolved form weren’t known for their smarts, they had the same mind set as the other Water Pokemon Psyduck. Now while it could learn a few good moves and its Moody ability was nothing to make fun of, I just had no need for the Pokemon, which was why I had made the choice to not capture it.

    Anyway, the Bidoof was staring at me, its white eyes rounded in wonder as it looked up at me. I felt a sinking feeling that this Pokemon wouldn’t leave me along, and that I would have to toss it a Pokedoll to escape it, which in turn meant having to give up more money. While I did want to get away from the Pokemon I didn’t want to keep spending money. I only had just over seventeen thousand in my bank account devoted to my Pokemon. Since I had run out of Pokedolls it would cost me a five hundred to buy one from the ranger. Five hundred wasn’t a lot, but eventually it added up. Once I made it out of this Park run I would have to get some work done and ref some battles or judge some contests. Especially once I caught Frillish and any other Pokemon, but all would need some extensive training to take advantage of the abilities. Frillish would only take about seventy thousand, and that was pretty low compared to some Pokemon. My Snorlax alone, who was on this trip had set me back over two-hundred-thousand.

    Alex nodded his head at me and pointed down the path we were on. I returned the gesture and made to follow, but a tugging on my pant leg held me rooted to the spot. I looked down to see that the Bidoof had sunk its two large front teeth in the pant leg and was letting go. I tugged the fabric away and heard a rip in response. I stepped back from the Bidoof as the Pokemon continued to study my intently.

    “Looks like this Bidoof is a clingy one.” Alex indicated the intense Bidoof and looked off in the distance at something.

    I glanced at the ranger but returned to my bag to get the required cash for a Pokedoll. It only took me a few seconds to come up with the amount needed and I passed the cash to the ranger without a word. I got the Pokedoll in exchange for the money and placed the plush toy on the ground in front of Bidoof. The Pokemon immediately became disinterested in me and turned its focus towards the toy.

    Without a word myself and the ranger turned away from the Pokemon and sped down the trail. We stopped about twenty feet away from the now distracted Pokemon and continued along the path.

    We had only been walking for about five minutes when the ranger turned to study a small wooden shack. It was far enough away that it made me wonder why caught his interest as I wasn’t surprised by the structure. There had to be a few such posts around each section of the park in case of emergency or bad weather. Next to all this water a storm could easily brew up and become powerful in a short amount of time, and without the proper equipment it wouldn’t be wise to be in that sort of weather.

    Alex altered our path to stop by the building and we continued forward. We were almost to the hut when a Pokemon broke the surface of one of the nearby lakes. It was a light brown Pokemon with a blood-red gem in its center. With the telltale red gem and the star shaped body I knew we had wandered onto the path of a Staryu, one of the Pokemon I was looking for. I could barely contain my excitement, already I had run into a Staryu and Frillish and I still had two-thirds of me run left. It was looking to be a very profitable run.

    “Would you like the battle this Staryu?” Alex questioned, as the Staryu turned to face us.

    “You have no idea.”

    I plugged the Pokemon’s data into my Pokedex and started to formulate my plan of attack. I had four Pokemon in my party that I could use to battle this Staryu. I could immediately discount the use of Toxicroak because of its weakness to Psychic attacks. Once Staryu evolved to Starmie it would gain the additional type of Psychic, but for now it was only Water, and despite that it could still know a Psychic attack. One Psychic attack from Stayu upon Toxicroak would lower its health to a dangerous level and I couldn’t have that.

    Because the Pokemon was also a basic type I couldn’t use Snorlax. Snorlax was simply a powerhouse and I had to respect his strength or he could potentially KO the Staryu with only an attack or two.

    This meant that I could use either Slowking or Ludicolo in battle. But the problem with using Slowking was that it had a weakness to Ghost and Electric attacks, which Staryu were known to have used in battle. I didn’t want my Pokemon to suffer more damage than was needed so I decided that he wouldn’t work out, which left only Ludicolo for battle.

    This process of though only took a few seconds and I felt myself reaching for his Pokedoll before I could complete the train of thought. I depressed the button in the center and a yellow and green Pokemon materialized from the red light that sprang from the Pokeball. Ludicolo flexed his green flipper-like hands and shouted a greeting a Staryu.

    “Ludi, Ludi, Ludi,” the Pokemon chanted while hopping from one stubby leg to the next. He was clearly excited about the battle, his could never be stymied it seemed, but that was due in part to his Jolly nature.


    “Alright, Ludicolo, that Staryu is our target. We want to catch it.” I pointed at the Staryu. “Let’s begin this battle with your Fake out and follow that up with a Thunder Punch move.”

    I wanted to use Fake out because it would cause Pokemon to flinch if hit by the move, with the exception when a Pokemon used certain moves or had the proper ability. If the Pokemon flinched it would not only save my Pokemon from being attacked during the exchange and it had the added benefit of doing damage to the starfish Pokemon.

    Thunder Punch was the only attack I would use to reduce the fighting attack of Staryu. It was a reasonably strong electric attack, but without a STAB boost and Ludicolo’s low attack it wouldn’t lower the health of Staryu too much that it would be dangerously close to being KO’ed. The attack also had the added bonus of a chance of paralyzing the Pokemon, which would be great, but was not factored into my plan because of the low rate of success.
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    BP 1


    “You have no idea,” Garth said.


    Alex was pleased that they had encountered something worth while for Garth; the past couple of encounters had not tickled Garth fancies. Alex watched as Garth started to think, and he guessed that Garth was thinking about which Pokemon to use. Staryu was a pure Water Pokemon; however had a varied move pool, so choosing the right Pokemon was essential. From a quick glance over his Pokemon, Alex would have chosen Ludicolo mainly because its only weakness was Flying or Poison, types which Staryu didn’t learn. After minutes of thinking, Garth removed a Pokeball and threw it into the air.

    The ball landed on the ground and a large Pokemon appeared from the white flash. It started to hop from each leg saying “Ludi, Ludi, Ludi.” Garth had gone for Ludicolo, which had to be the best bet in this battle. Garth called out to Ludicolo, “Alright, Ludicolo, that Staryu is our target. We want to catch it.” Garth pointed at the Staryu. “Let’s begin this battle with your Fake out and follow that up with a Thunder Punch move.”

    Fake Out was a strong attack to start a battle off, it allowed the user to basically get a free hit in because of the flinching effect Fake Out had. Ludicolo chanted the same three words over again and then sped off towards Staryu. It leaped into the water and dived underneath the water. Staryu looked confused and didn’t know where the attack was coming from. Suddenly Ludicolo dived up behind Staryu and compressed Staryu with his hands. Staryu didn’t have much time to react and before it knew what had happened, Ludicolo had positioned himself in front of it.

    Now Ludicolo was preparing his next attack. He raised his arm above the water and started to generate energy from his body. The energy circulated around the fist of Ludicolo, like a glove. Then small sparks started escape from the fist and within seconds, the fist was now covered in electricity. Ludicolo raced towards Staryu, with its hand held above the water, and slammed it down on the Starfish Pokemon. Staryu was sent plummeting underneath the water. Ludicolo was now a sitting duck; it couldn’t tell where the next attack was coming from.

    All of a sudden, a strange force started to disrupt the waters. Seconds later, the water started to swirl around in a clockwise motion. Then the motion got faster and soon Ludicolo was trapped inside a large whirlpool. The whirlpool sent Ludicolo one way then the other, tossing the Mexican-like Pokemon about. Alex glanced over to Garth and wondered what he would do.

    Battle Stats

    ? G Staryu 67% Used Whirlpool
    Quirky M Ludicolo 100% Used Fake Out and Thunder Punch
    MCR: 6276/15000



    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck, Keldeo, Bidoof, Staryu
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/15000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron He
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    Ludicolo’s Fake Out worked exactly as it was supposed to. Ludicolo wasted no time leaping into the water and disappearing beneath the dark waters. The Staryu whirled about scanning the water to try and find its foe. But Ludicolo timed his attack perfectly and came up behind the starfish-Pokemon.

    My Pokemon wasted no time in bringing his flipper together with strong force. The attack connected with the Water Pokemon, squeezing in for a brief second. Ludicolo dived back underneath the water to escape any retaliation and came up in front of me, still in the water and facing the Staryu.

    Because of the quickness in which Ludicolo had move, Staryu was stunned by the development and was still getting its bearing. This confusion allowed Ludicolo to begin his next attack without being molested by the other Water type.

    His raised his left arm and began to send energy to his fist, charging it while it pooled. It only took a few seconds before electricity began to spark around his fist. The energy pulsed a bright yellow, signaling it was ready to be used. Ludicolo then moved towards Staryu, narrowing the distance in only a few seconds, he slammed his fist into the center of the Pokemon. The electricity convulsed through the body of Staryu and pushed the Pokemon into the water, where it dived and remained hidden from view.

    Ludicolo was an open target for the other Pokemon to hit with a powerful attack. Ludicolo was in a precarious position, and we both knew it. I was about to call my next command when I spotted Staryu’s next move. The waters around Ludicolo started to move with increasing speed each second until it formed a Whirlpool attack that bounced my Pokemon around like a rag doll.

    Whirlpool wasn’t a strong attack by any means, and especially being used against Ludicolo, but it did have the advantage of trapping my Pokemon and limiting his movements. My plan of attack had to involve getting him out of the current mess.

    “Ludicolo, you need to escape the Whirlpool. Use your Waterfall to disrupt the Whirlpool and fire off a Seedbomb around you.”

    In my mind Waterfall was one of the few moves that could disrupt the rotation of Staryu’s attack enough to allow Ludicolo to escape and maneuver freely. Whirlpool operated by spinning the enemy Pokemon in a funnel of water, not only doing damage but disorienting the Pokemon at the same time. But the key was that the water was rotating, and without that rotation the attack would fall apart. By using Waterfall Ludicolo would summon up a curtain of rushing water. Waterfall was a vertical attack so in the best case it would knife through Staryu’s attack either disrupting it or slowing it down enough that Ludicolo could at least get away an attack without being tossed about. But just in case in the Waterfall didn’t work as planned, Ludicolo would have the Waterfall form up underneath him so that the force of the water would propel him into the air, escaping the rushing water at least temporary. Once free of the attack he would form up the emerald and yellow energy that formed the Seedbomb. He would structure the energy so that when it came into contact with a mass it would explode. Ludicolo and I didn’t know where the Staryu was so by using the Seedbomb Ludicolo could scatter elements of the attack so that it would strike the water in multiple places, hopefully at least dealing partial damage to the hidden Pokemon.

    If this plan didn’t work at all then I wouldn’t lose much in terms of my strategy of battlng the Staryu. The Pokemon still couldn’t hit Ludicolo that hard and I could easily heal Ludicolo after or during the battle. But that didn’t mean Staryu was weaponless in its attacks on Ludicolo. It possessed both Pain Split and Signal Beam, both could do a good chunk of damage if used properly, Pain Split being the most harmful if Staryu had low health. An obvious Counter for the Pain Split would have been a Taunt move, but Ludicolo couldn’t learn that move. With that in mind, I had to try and end the battle before Staryu was able to use such a move on Ludicolo.

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    BP 2

    “Ludicolo, you need to escape the Whirlpool. Use your Waterfall to disrupt the Whirlpool and fire off a Seedbomb around you.” Garth said to his trapped Ludicolo.

    Alex realized that by using a Whirlpool of his own, Ludicolo would create an opposite current which hopefully in the end would neutralize the whirlpool. If that failed, then Ludicolo would be sent flying out of Staryu's own Whirlpool by his own. Alex was certainly impressed by Garth's thinking.

    Ludicolo started to spin around on a fixed point, in the middle of the whirlpool. He raised his hands in the air, summoning a barrier of water; swirling around him. Then the swirling water crashed down onto the whirlpool, counteracting the whirlpool. Slowly, the whirlpool started to slow down, it seemed that Whirlpool had worked. Ludicolo was now alone in the gentle water, looking underneath for the hidden Staryu.

    Then Ludicolo raised his hands out in front of him and started to channel some energy. A small coconut-like orb slowly appeared in front of Ludicolo’s hands. The Grass Pokemon suddenly launched the coconut-like orb into the sky. Alex had assumed that Garth wanted to fish out the Staryu by using a move that can cover a huge area; for example Seed Bomb. The coconut-like orb splintered in the air, splitting up into small seeds; which plummeted towards the lake. The seed fell towards the lake surface, trying to find the hidden Staryu. Alex scanned the lake surface, hoping to see the Staryu. Maybe it had run away, or maybe it was still hiding.

    Then suddenly, a light orange star appeared on the surface. It looked like it had taken some damage from the falling seeds, by the bruises across its body. Then Staryu looked directly at Ludicolo and suddenly fired a bolt of Thunder from its chest. The thunderbolt skidded across the waters face and was absorbed by Ludicolo’s body. Ludicolo cried out in pain as a current flowed through his body. The pain was over in seconds and luckily for Ludicolo, that Thunderbolt attack didn’t leave a mark of paralysis.


    Battle Stats

    ? G Staryu 52% Used Thunderbolt
    Quirky M Ludicolo 74% Used Whirlpool and Seed Bomb
    MCR: 10348/15000



    Trainer Stats


    Name: Garth Crysis
    Location: The Great Lakes
    Encounters Left: 11

    Area Effects: Dry and Humid, next to a lake.
    Pokemon Encountered: Corphish, Mantyke, Frillish (F, Rash), Psyduck, Keldeo, Bidoof, Staryu
    Current Encounter: [none]
    Pokemon Captured: Frillish (F, Rash)

    Total Items: Six Pokeballs, Six Superballs, Six Hyperballs, Six Energy Root, |Two Energy Powders Plus, One Lava Cookie, One Poketoy, One Fluffy Tail, One Supreme Park Ball
    Used Items: One Pokedoll
    MCR: 0/15000


    Pokemon Stats


    Musashi the Ludicolo (M) - 100%
    Ability: Swift Swim
    Nature: Quirky
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Swords Dance|Protect|Ice Beam|Giga Drain|Solar Beam|Sunny Day|Toxic|Brick Break|Focus Blast|Hidden Power [Water]|Surf|Waterfall|Leech Seed|Seed Bomb|Synthesis|ThunderPunch

    Kongo the Slowking (M) - 80%
    Ability: Regenerator
    Nature: Docile
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Ice Beam|Protect|Substitute|Safeguard|Hidden Power [Dragon]|Trick Room|Iron Tail|Grass Knot|Trick|Shadow Ball|Thunder Wave|Attract|Surf

    Flipper the Toxicroak (F) - 100%
    Ability: Dry Skin
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Substitute|Brick Break|Rock Climb|Swords Dance|Earthquake|Protect|Work Up|Sleep Talk|Rest|Attract|Return|X-Scissor|Rain Dance|Bulldoze|Focus Punch|Low Sweep|Focus Blast|Stone Edge|Rock Tomb|Shadow Ball|Toxic|Fake Out|Super Fang|Vacuum Wave|Gunk Shot|Drain Punch

    Snorlax (M) - 100%
    Ability: Thick Fat
    Nature: Jolly
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: Surf|Substitute|Protect|Curse|Selfdestruct|Facade|Counter|Attract|Smackdown|Work Up|Reflect|Return|Retaliate|Psych Up|Earthquake|Bulldoze|Brick Break|Focus Punch|Focus Blast|Fire Punch|Fire Blast|Thunder Punch|Thunderbolt|Thunder|Wild Charge|Ice Punch|Icy Wind|Icebeam|Blizzard|Rock Slide|Rock Tomb|Toxic|Outrage|Whirlwind|Refresh|Gunk Shot|Seed Bomb|Zen Headbutt|Superpower|Iron He

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    The Waterfall worked according to plan. I wasn’t entirely sure if the Waterfall would fully disrupt the swirling Whirlpool but it managed to slow the current enough that Staryu’s Whirlpool collapsed under the force exerted by Ludicolo.

    “Awesome work,” I called to my Ludicolo.

    With the water quieted, Ludicolo was able to focus his attention on the next move I had commanded, Seed Bomb. With the Staryu underwater it was one of the few moves that could achieve spread damage and hopefully hit the hidden Pokemon.

    Ludicolo lifted his flipper in front of him and began to chant in the Pokemon language. In a short second a round orb of green and yellow energy started to form between his outstretched flipper. When it had grown to the size of a watermelon Ludicolo shot it into the air, where it exploded into a dozen smaller orbs that rained down upon the water, exploding upon contact with the liquid. At least one of the bombs must have hit because the Staryu surfaced a moment later, its brown skin showing signs of strain from the battle.

    Staryu turned towards Ludicolo as it;s red gem began to glow white as the Pokemon built up a charge. Once enough energy had been channeled the Pokemon fired off a bolt of thunder that rippled across the water and entered the body of Ludicolo.

    The pain from the Thunderbolt attack caused Ludicolo to cry out in pain as the electric current passed through his body, made all the worse because of the water.

    A smart attack by the Staryu, which only cemented my desire to catch this powerful Water type. Ludicolo had took a fair amount of damage from the Electric attack, but he still had enough health to function and I had ways to heal him if the need arose. I only had to wear the Staryu down without knocking it out, Park rules forbade that method for some unknown reason.

    “You’re doing good Ludicolo.” I consulted my Pokedex to review Ludicolo’s and Staryu’s moves before deciding on my next plan of attack. I discard a few options and ultimately decided on a Grass attack. “Start things off with your Substitute and follow that up with your Mega Drain.” Mega Drain was weak enough that it should do a nice amount of damage without placing the Staryu in undue risk.

    I wanted Substitute up to reduce any damage that Ludicolo could take and it would further benefit Ludicolo by not allowing Staryu to hit it with any status moves. It would also protect him from any after effects, like a paralyzing chance from the Thunderbolt Staryu had just fired off. Mega Drain was to heal my Pokemon and stack more damage on Staryu.

    If all went well then Staryu would be left with only a small amount of health and I could probably attempt to capture it next turn. If not, then I would still have a few options in capturing the Staryu.

    And if I did capture this Staryu then it would be a good step to my dominance of Water type Pokemon. Staryu was but one Pokemon, but it was a signature Pokemon among Water masters and gym leaders. Despite my long career as a trainer, I hadn’t ever owned one of the elusive Pokemon. But once I added both the Jellicent and Starmie to my team I would teach the Pokemon a variety of moves and immediately place them into my gym. I didn’t know who I would remove to place the two into the lineup, but it would be done. The only other guy I was looking to add was a Kingdra,anybody else was a bonus.
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