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    Everything had worked out the way I planned. Diddy had easily dodged the Klink's attack by using Acrobatics and delivered a devastating super effective hit with Brick Break. Klink was stunned at the turn of events and clearly extremely weakened, so I decided that right now would be the best time to try and catch it.

    I reached into my pocket and pulled out an empty basic Park Ball. I twirled it around in my fingers as it grew from the size of a ping pong ball to the size of a baseball. Then, wounding up like a baseball pitcher, I carefully aimed and threw the ball at the wounded Steel-type.

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    NBP #1


    OOC: You wished to use your repellant, correct? Don't forget to RP it if so.



    The camouflaged ball came in contact with the Gear Pokémon and sucked it in; like normal, the ball twitched, though with very little energy, and locked almost immediately after the first. I picked up the ball and added it to the pack; I had to hold onto each captured Pokémon, as each visit could result in only three Pokémon officially being added to the trainer's collection.

    "Good job. Name's Siless, and I'll be your ranger from now on. Sorry about having to tag your previous one out like that." I looked around to get a bearing of where I actually was; lines of electrical equipment that would be sending energy and signals throughout the plant if it were active covered the place, and with odd surges of power here and there, it was no wonder that Electric-types preferred this area to most others. The only thing it lacked was food for the more animal Pokémon, and even then the Gardens were only a short walk away, so this made for an almost perfect shelter. "Anything in particular you're looking for?"
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    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 13

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    OOC: Thanks for the reminder haha

    The ball shook once, twice, thrice, ding! I had captured Klink!

    The ranger picked up the ball and put it in his pocket. "Good job. Name's Siless, and I'll be your ranger from now on. Sorry about having to tag your previous one out like that."

    "Hey Siless, I'm Ed. And don't worry about it. Like I said earlier, he smelled funny." I replied. But Siless ignored me and just looked around.

    "Anything in particular you're looking for?" He asked me.

    "Rotom and Porygon, that's it. I have a disk for both of them, so hopefully they work. Speaking of which.." I said as I reached in my bag and pulled out my Pokeplayer. I hit play and a Rotom cry began playing from the machine. "And hopefully this well help." I pulled out a spray bottle labeled "Poison-type Repellant" and sprayed it all over myself, and a little on Siless. It smelled wonderful, since Poison-types hate clean things.

    I gestured for Siless to take the lead. "After you," I said.

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    NBP#2



    OOC: I'm assuming your previous ranger rolled the disk for the first two encounters. Can't really tell with the second though, so sorry if that messes things up.

    The Poison-repellant smelled bad. Not in the same way that Poison-types tended to smell bad, but more of an "overuse of cologne" type of bad. Regardless, it would certainly shoo off Poison-types, so I supposed it was the lesser of two evils.

    Ed had me take the lead. I only took two steps before a giant blue ball of electricity shot up from the wire-laden floor, missing my foot by inches. I stumbled back in an attempt to give it room (and to not die, of course) as the energetic ball started forming into a more dragon-like creature. Once the shape was taken, the color faded fast from the form; it seems we had stumbled across Zekrom, the Deep Black Pokémon.

    Zekrom was a Pokémon that, according to Unova legend, sought ideals. It may have shown up to judge whether Ed was worthy of catching further Pokémon in the area, or it could have just been right there as we stumbled upon it, or even watching the battle. Either way, I doubted Zekrom would attack unless challenged, and even then I would think it would view it as a test rather than a threat. Still, there could be another purpose for it showing up, but it seemed to be watching Ed closely, so it was probably up to him to make the first move.
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    Area Effects:
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    Characters: 946/????

    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (2 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 13

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    A ball of electricity shot up through the iron gridded floor right in front of Siless. He stumbled backwards and scared me, but my fright was instantly conquered my awe when the ball of electricity morphed into a huge black dragon. It began to take shape and I instantly recognized it; Zekrom.

    Being a trainer of Electric-types, this was an incredible experience for me, especially since it was the first time I have ever seen a legendary Pokemon in person. The Electric-type looked at me, judgingly. It seemed as if it were waiting for me to make a move. I wanted to show respect, so I did the only respectful thing I know how to.

    I began to sing loudly, "I'm too sexy for my shirt, too sexy for my shirt, I'm too sexy, oh so sexy" as I looked at Zekrom intensely, seductively unbuttoning my shirt, until I slid it off and my big bulging muscles were exposed. I flexed for a little before continuing to strip naked and sing, "I'm too sexy for my pants, too sexy for my pants, I'm too sexy, oh so sexy." I slowly unbuttoned my jeans and slid them down my legs, I looked Zekrom in the eyes and seductively bit my lip, then I began to barrel roll back and forth on the ground. I kept chanting "ALL HAIL ZEKROM KING OF ELECTRIC TYPES!" over and over and made a snow angel on the steel floor.
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    NBP#3



    OOC: @ChainReaction01 @Akinai … I am the opposite of amused.

    Mental… anguish overcame me even seeing the start of this… spectacle. I sent out my Gardevoir, along with a mental message warning her of events occurring, and in what appeared to be seconds to me Ed was fully clothed and Zekrom was gone. I was almost certain some mind manipulation had occurred, and I wasn't even sure he was clothed at the time. I was just thankful that whatever he was doing was over by the time I actually started remembering things, and that I could hopefully continue without insane shenanigans.

    My Gardevoir stayed outside her ball once her initial orders were completed. I figured I should at least introduce the two before something else happened. "Sela, this is Ed. Ed, Sela." Sela shot Ed a glare which showed she was as unamused as I was, but it was about time to get going. "Ready to go on?"
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    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (2 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 13

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    I don't know what happened. When I looked up after my snow angel was done, Zekrom was gone. I looked back at Siless and saw him standing next to a Gardevoir with his hand over his eyes, looking straight down at the ground. He seemed to be using every fiber of his being to keep from looking at me. I don't understand why though, I mean, I think I have a pretty nice body, you know?

    I quickly got dressed, insulted that Siless did not want to look at my awesome lats, bulging traps, massive shredded chest, bulging triceps and biceps, chizzled abs, and ripped back. I stood up and walked back over to Siless.

    "Sela, this is Ed. Ed, Sela." Siless said, introducing me to his Pokemon.

    I smiled and winked at Sela, but she just gave me a disapproving look.

    "So uh, shall we continue?" I said as I took out my Voice Player and played my Rotom Disk once again. Only two more shots.

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    We walked on a bit, into a room even fuller filled with wires and monitors than the last one. Strangely, this room seemed to be active... far more than the normal "working power plant" kind of active; the wires were squirming and the monitors flashing. I almost suggested we back off, but then I realized that there were only a handful of things that could do this in the plant, and they were all of evolutionary families Ed was searching for. Sure enough, a pink and blue form vaguely resembling a streamlined duck appeared on the monitor; we had come across the lair of a Porygon2.

    It was an advanced form of the original Porygon, both being man-made Pokémon comprised solely of computer data. Some part of its programming gave it the ability to manifest physically, but as a program it held most of its power in cyberspace. This particular one was the most advanced Silph Co. authorized form, though there was also an unauthorized further evolution that sacrificed defenses for power; it wasn't exactly known whether this newer form was a leaked version from Silph Co. or a hacker's product, but regardless it was in high use today. The whole evolutionary line was popular both for battlers and for collectors, and with the voice disk not guaranteed to work, I was certain Ed would go for it. At the same time, he had a severe disadvantage fighting on what would be far better home turf than the plant itself; Porygon2 had control of the whole room. If Ed wanted it, it would be a tough battle; he'd have to coax it out of the equipment somehow, and it didn't seem it would come willingly.
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    Area Effects: Room possessed by Porygon2
    Battle Stats:
    Porygon2/GL/???: ???%

    Characters: 3147/35000

    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (1 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 11
    Captures:Klink/GL/Bold

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter
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    Siless took the lead and we wandered through the dark Abandoned Power Plant. Every time corner we turned I tensed up, preparing for a ghost or something to pop out. Our feet clanged on the gridded steel floor as we made our way down another corridor, leading into a dark room, dimly lit only by computer screens. I found this to be extremely odd, as my previous ranger and I had discovered that the power in the plant was not working today. Siless seemed hesitant to enter the room, but entered anyway. When we walked through the doorless door way, there was an odd feel to the room. A buzzing sound could be heard, and the wires around the room seemed live. Being the son of an electrician, I knew that this stuff wasn't normal, especially in a place where all the power was out. I walked to one of the wires to examine it, when the wire thrusted itself at me and gave me a shock. I stumbled back and fell on my butt, startled by what had just happened. Was this room... possessed? For some reason, Siless didn't seem as scared as I was, as if he had full knowledge of what was happening.

    That's when all my confusion was settled. A picture appeared on the monitor of the biggest computer screen. It looked like a duck. It had a round body that was pink and blue, and creepy eyes that seemed to be staring at my soul. I wasn't about to strip naked for this thing, this was a Porygon. Porygon2 to be specific, the upgraded version of Porygon. It's pre evolution was designed and created by scientists. This form of it, Porygon2, was created as an add on to the original by Silph Co. There's also a third version of Porygon, called Porygon-Z. Porygon-Z is a corrupted version of Porygon2. Through using an item called the Dubious Disc, a Porygon2 can evolve into a Porygon-Z. No one knows who made the Dubious Disc, but it's considered illegal in most regions, as it gives Porygon2 a virus that causes it to transform into the frailer but immensely stronger Porygon-Z. The whole Porygon family are great Pokemon, and I've been striving to own one ever since I became Vermilion City Gym Leader.

    You may be asking yourself, why would an Electric-type Gym Leader want a Normal-type Pokemon? Well it's quite simple, really. In gyms, we're allowed these things called Wild Cards, Pokemon that aren't of the gym's type but are allowed to be used in it because they have relation to the gym's type. Porygon's evolution family is closely related to the Electric-type, which is quite obvious as it's currently inside a computer, staring at my soul. But you never know, sometimes the League Organizers don't let that stuff happen. Like when that We Taste Pies... dude that runs the Kanto League didn't let me have Metagross. EVEN THOUGH IT IS CLEARLY CLOSELY RELATED TO ELECTRIC-TYPES. My poor Omega is so neglected! But I'm sure We Taste Pies... would be nice enough to let me have a Porygon-Z. If I could get a Porygon-Z in my gym, it would give me access to not only an extremely powerful Pokemon, but the move Ice Beam as well. Ice is a highly coveted move type in Electric Gyms across the globe, as very few Pokemon are capable of using them. In fact, the only Electric-types capable of naturally using Ice-type moves without tapping into their Hidden Power are Electivire, Lanturn, and Rotom in it's Frost Form. That reminds me, I really have to get my hands on a Jolteon with Hidden Power Ice. That's a force to be reckoned with. A lot of people like the Hidden Power Grass Jolteon, but so many Electric-types learn Grass Knot that it's not even worth it.

    I had a decision to make. Do I battle this Porygon2? It may seem obvious, but I do have a Porygon Voice Disk with me, and a Porygon would be much much easier to catch than a Porygon2. But what if the Voice Disk didn't work? I would never forgive myself. Also, what if the Voice Disk did work? That wouldn't be a bad thing. Then I could have two Porygons, and maybe even trade one for a Rotom if I don't manage to encounter one on this expedition. That settles it, I'm going to battle it.

    Knowing I had a long and gruesome battle ahead of me, I began to game plan. Right now, Porygon clearly has a huge advantage, being inside the computer where I can't touch it. Not only that, but it's possessing the entire room. From the lights to the wires to the computers. I was in HIS territory, and he wasn't about to just lay down and take it like a good hoe. I had to think smart. First off, what Pokemon should I use?

    How about Diddy, the Infernape? He could use Mach Punch to break all the computer screens, and Earthquake to knock out the wires and lights. But on the downside, Porygon2 was capable of using some Psychic-type moves, which could spell disaster for an Infernape, being part Fighting-type. But it evens out, as Diddy can hit the wild Normal-type for super-effective damage. All in all though, it's not about dealing damage, it's about outlasting your opponent, and Diddy wasn't the man for the job, especially after he just finished battling Klink.

    So, how about Kushy the Sceptile? He could use Quick Attack to break the monitors in a way that Diddy would of, and he knows Earthquake also. But there's always a downside, and like I said earlier, Porygon and it's evolution family are capable of using Ice Beam, and Ice absoloutley cripples Grass-types, so that's not good. But, Kushy had another card up his sleeve. With access to the move Drain Punch, Kushy would be able to not only deal super effective damage to his opponent, but also recover a good amount of energy from said super-effective attack. Kushy was certainly an option.

    Finally, there was Skip, the Swampert. The oldest Pokemon I have with me on this expedition, Skip would be able to deliver a devastating same-type-attack-bonus boosted Earthquake to the room, knocking out an electrical equipment that the Porygon evolution could use against us. Another plus is that Porygon and it's evolutions are incapable of using Grass-type moves, save for Solar Beam. And Solar Beam would be a horrible move to use in this dark abandoned Power Plant, so I don't have to worry about that. What about delivering damage? Well, the only Fighting-type move that Skip knows is Hammer Arm. But, he does have quite a wide range of attacks that could deal good damage to the opposing Normal-type. I guess that settled it, I'd be using good ol' Skip to lead things off against the Porygon evolution.

    "Awesome, a Porygon2. Just what I was looking for." I said with a huge grin on my face. I reached to my belt and plucked Skip's Pokeball off of it. "Skip, you're going to lead things off for me. Come on out." I said, lazily tossing the Water-type's Pokeball to the ground a few feet in front of me. He knew by the way he was released that the situation wasn't urgent. He looked around confused, staring at the live sparking wires and the flashing computer monitors. Then he moved his eyes over to the biggest monitor, and he saw his opponent. Although a tad confused, he seemed like he was raring to go, and I couldn't help but flash back to when I met this big guy. Back when he was just a little guy...

    I could see the land mass approaching just over the horizon. Soon, I would be in Hoenn.The last few minutes before the ship hit port seemed like hours. Professor Birch had called me and told me he had a present for me, and although a part of was thinking this situation was a little Jerry Sandusky-like, but hey, a gifts a gift, right?

    I ran to the front of the ship in order to be the first person off. I made my way down the wooden dock into a building, I assumed it was a shipyard. I was peeking my head up over the crowds of people, since I was told there would be a person waiting for me holding a sign with my name on it. Sure enough, after a solid 10 minutes of fighting through crowds of obnoxious and smelly people, I saw a man who appeared to be in his mid to late thirties holding a sign with my name on it. Obviously, I went over, and introduced myself as myself. We talked for a while before exiting the building.

    We walked down the cobblestone road, talking about the uniqueness and sheer beauty of Hoenn. The people there are ones with nature, it's a beautiful thing. After a few minutes of walking we arrived at a large red-roofed building known as a Pokemon Center, where trainers were able to rest and heal their Pokemon. We sat down on the leather couches located in the lounge area. He sat across from me and talked for a while, then held out a red and white Pokeball. I blacked out while he kept talking and just wanted to know what was in the Pokeball.

    Low and behold, he opened it, and a small blue Pokemon emerged... it was adorable. It was... ADORABLE. I fell in love instantly. He jumped in my lap and licked my face. He used to be so cute, and now...


    Skip thrashed about, ready to battle this Porygon evolution. He looked angry, and I don't know why.

    "Listen up Skip, first things first, destroy Porygon2's advantage. I want you to power up with Curse, then use Earthquake, with all your might, destroy all the equipment in the room."

    Skip didn't even nod, he just started mumbling under his breath, a ferocity growing in his eyes as his muscles contracted and the veins in his muscles started to pop out. Then, without warning, he let out a ferocious cry and raised his hands high above his head, both in a fast. He slammed down with all his body weight, his eyes were insanely wide and the pure intensity of his body movement and voice was enough to make me cower a bit, and it was MY Pokemon.

    The shock wave that followed was incredible. It spread all throughout the room, easily, especially since the room wasn't very big. It's not very often that Earthquake gets used inside a building, and I suddenly became worried about the structural problems that may ensue.

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    BP#4 (Vs. Porygon2 Post 1)



    Ed took a while making his choice of lead Pokémon for the battle. I could almost see his thought process as he eyed each Pokéball in turn before settling on the last on his belt; he released from this ball a behemoth of a mudfish. Skip the Swampert was more than ready for battle, and the first move was a big one.

    "I want you to power up with Curse, then use Earthquake, with all your might, destroy all the equipment in the room."

    Wires wrapped around Swampert, binding him and sending electrical pulses into the mud fish, but they didn't seem to hurt or even hinder the Pokémon much. Swampert didn't need to move much at this point in the battle, and though it probably would have to eventually, Ed's current strategy lowered Swampert's mobility even further. Swampert's muscles bulked up as he became visibly slower. Many strategies revolved around Curse's slowness, but Swampert wasn't able to use most of them. It's biggest advantage with the move, however, is that it didn't have much mobility to lose in the first place, and Curse ended up simply being Swampert's form of Bulk Up in most trainer's eyes.

    Swampert's strengthened muscles pulsed energy into the ground; a massive Earthquake attack shook the room and everything in it. One by one, monitors on the ground level of the room shattered, but when all was said and done, two layers of monitors above the broken ones remained relatively unharmed, as did the wires. Porygon2 seemed to have exerted a bit of energy in protecting itself, which may have been why the upper monitors were undamaged. It started its own counter offensive; three coils of three wires each surrounded the bound Swampert, each coil glowing red, blue, and yellow. One of Porygon2's strongest attacks, Tri-Attack, was capable of disabling its opponent with three different status ailments, and Swampert was staring down three different Tri-Attacks right now.
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    Area Effects: Room possessed by Porygon2. Room as a whole damaged.
    Battle Stats:
    Swampert/M/Torrent:100%, Bound
    Porygon2/GL/???: ???% Binding, using Tri Attack

    Characters: 12972/35000

    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (1 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 11
    Captures:Klink/GL/Bold

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    The shock waves pulsed through the room, destroying everything on ground level. The stuff that was higher up was relatively unharmed though, and guess where Porygon2 had escaped to. In retaliation, the wild Normal-type Pokemon shot out wires from high above to bind Skip and hold him in place. Unfortunately, Skip's extra muscle wouldn't help him much here, the more he tried to break free the tighter the grip got. As if that wasn't bad enough, the Porygon evolution then fired a Tri-Attack at the bound Swampert. This was going to hit hard, so I knew I had to act fast.

    Should I strip naked and barrel roll? No, that wouldn't help. Should I use Mirror Coat? Maybe, but Skip would have to take a lot of damage. How about Protect? Maybe...

    This whole situation brought me back to a previous battle I've been in. Between the binding and the Porygon, it reminded me of a battle that I was a little while back...



    "Let's make this a quicky, little guy. Three versus three. I'll do the honors of sending first." The big bald guy said to me with a malicious grin on his face. Why was he being such a jerk? This was just a friendly battle.

    "Onix, go." He said, throwing his red and white Pokeball onto the ground in front of him. A huge snake shaped Pokemon emerged from the flash, he was made of solid rock, a dozen or so boulders attached to each other. The look in it's eyes matched that of it's trainers.

    This would be cake. Onix was a duel Rock/Ground-type, meaning he was majorly weak against Grass and Water. I could use Kushy, my Sceptile, to out-speed him and hit him hard.

    "Kushy, you're up first." I said, casually tossing the ball onto the ground. The bipedal reptilian Pokemon emerged, looking as smug and ready to fight as ever.

    "Power up and use Swords Dance." I said calmly.

    The Grass-type obeyed and began to spin around, transparent swords appearing and disappearing around him, until he stopped and had a red glow outlining his body.

    "Onix, Bind." the man said.

    Onix lunged forward surprisingly fast, I tried to tell Kushy to dodge but it was too late. Onix wrapped the end of it's body around the Grass-type and squeezed with all it's might.

    Kushy cried out in severe pain, I knew I had to act quick.

    "Quick, use Energy Ball!" I shouted out.

    The Sceptile fought through the pain and began to charge an Energy Ball in his mouth, but just as he was going to release it, Onix Headbutted Kushy, breaking his focus.

    "Dammit." I murmured.

    "Focus Blast!" I called out. This had to work.

    All you could see was a faint red light peaking through the cracks in Onix's body, eventually, the attack was released, and a huge explosion of energy broke Onix's grip on Kushy. Onix was barely hanging on.

    "Bind it again." The man said, and it worked. This time, the grip was even tighter, and Kushy couldn't even budge.

    I began to call out every attack I could think of, but the health of Kushy was draining quickly. Nothing was working, and eventually Kushy fainted.

    That wasn't good, I just lost with a huge type advantage, I have fallen behind big time.

    "Skip, you're up next." I said, as my Swampert emerged from it's Pokeball.

    "Bind it." The man said.

    The Onix obeyed, and it gripped up Skip as badly as it did Kushy.

    "Skip use Hydro Pump." I said.

    Skip attempted to fire off a Hydro Pump, but the grip of the Onix was so tight that only a couple drops of water poured out.

    I cursed under my breath as Onix's trainer ordered a Headbutt, which hit Skip hard.

    With Skip dazed, I was worried he would suffer the same fate as Kushy.

    "Muddy Water!" I called out.

    Muddy Water should work, as it only required water to pour from the pores in Skip's body.

    Sure enough, it did work, and as the water poured from Skip's pores, the Onix screeched in pain, letting it's grip go and falling to the ground, defeated.

    The man returned his Pokemon without any words. He sent out his next, also without words.

    A Serperior emerged, raring for battle.

    Shit.

    I returned Skip and sent out Diddy, my Infernape. The bipedal flaming monkey emerged, jumping around. The flame on his head burst high in the air, showing his excitement.

    "Diddy use Swords Dance." I said.

    Just as Kushy had earlier, Diddy began to dance around with transparent swords that appeared and disappeared.

    In response, Serperior shot itself at Diddy, full speed, wrapping it's body around the Fire-type and dropping seeds on his head that wrapped around him and began to drain his life. Between the snake-looking Pokemon's binding of Diddy and the Leech Seed attack, Diddy was completely immobile.

    I didn't see this as a problem, I knew how to get out of it.

    "Diddy, use Overheat."

    Diddy's body glowed bright red, he opened his mouth and fire burst all over, burning the vines from the Leech Seed, and breaking Serperior's grip. Serperior attempted to retaliate with Leaf Blade, but Diddy was able to out-speed it and clobber the Grass-type with a Swords Dance and Iron Fist boosted Fire Punch, knocking it out instantly.

    That quickly, I had taken a huge lead, having two relatively unharmed Pokemon to his one.

    "Porygon-Z, take it home." The man said.

    Take it home? But I clearly was in position to win, especially since his Pokemon was weak to the one I already had sent. This was easy, I'd end this here and now.

    However, I was slightly intimidated when the goofy looking pink and blue cyber duck emerged from it's Pokeball.

    "Diddy, take us home, Close Combat!"

    Diddy charged full speed at the Normal-type, a malicious glow in his eyes as he prepared to punish this Porygon evolution. But just as he was about to reach his opponent, the Porygon-Z shot a rainbow colored beam of energy right into Diddy's face, knocking him back several yards.

    Psybeam.

    When Diddy got up, he was clearly confused, and couldn't steady his feet.

    "Diddy, use Close Combat!"

    But it was no use, in his confusion, Diddy ended up punching himself in the face.

    "Nasty Plot." The man ordered calmly, using Diddy's confusion as a means of boosting his special attack power.

    "CLOSE COMBAT, GO!" I screamed, hoping my voice would snap him out of his confusion.

    It had worked, Diddy was charging towards Porygon-Z once again. Preparing to KO him and win the battle, Porygon-Z did the same thing as last time. Except this time, the Psybeam was much much stronger. Diddy was instantly KO'd.

    I put my head down as I returned Diddy and sent Skip back out. This would be an uphill battle.

    "Skip, use Hydro Pump!" I called out.

    Skip pulled his head back and prepared to launch a column of water at the Normal-type.

    "Charge up Solar Beam." The man said, still calm.

    Porygon-Z took the Hydro Pump straight in the face. It did heavy damage, but the Normal-type instantly began gathering sunlight to launch a Solar Beam attack, which would be extremely effective against a dual Water/Ground-type.

    "Hydro Pump one more time!"

    "LAUNCH IT!"

    We both screamed at the same time.

    Skip launched his Hydro Pump at the same time Porygon-Z launched it's Solar Beam. The two attacks met directly in between the two battlers. At first it looked like they were equal in strength. But then the Grass-type attack tore through the heart of the column of water, smacking the Swampert in the face and KOing it instantly.

    I hung my head in shame, and promised myself I'd never lose again.


    I couldn't let myself lose to this binding bullshit again. I wasn't going to let Porygon2 get a free hit, so I decided to do the most manly, yet intelligent thing I knew how to do that didn't involve getting butt ass naked.

    There was an attack that could counter any attacking move perfectly, and it didn't require much movement. As long as Skip put all of his energy and focus into making this attack work, then it would work perfectly. He had pulled it off in much tougher situations.

    Once again, the manliest and most intelligent thing I could think of that didn't involve getting naked.

    "Use Protect."

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    Ed seemed to be thinking, probably of past events in an attempt to help him in this situation; I doubted that he experienced anything like a Porygon2 possessing a computer system, but as long as he pulled out something, I couldn't complain.

    "Use Protect."

    It was a simple move, but a greatly effective one; Protect failed after a time, but it was strong enough to tank even a Hyper Beam from Arceus. Three Tri-Attacks, while powerful, wouldn't break through, though the amount of force would make Protect difficult to use later on in the battle.

    A shimmering blue coat surrounded the Swampert, completely encasing it from the outside world. From the surrounding coils of wires, nine beams of red, blue, and yellow patterns launched at the shielding, but they were stopped dead in their tracks. Some of the shielding had frost covering it, and another part held a quick electrical surge, but both disappeared as the Protect halted right after the attacks hit.

    Swampert would almost certainly be slow to recover, and Porygon2 took full advantage of this fact. Through its many eyes in the working monitors of the room, it scanned the damage the Earthquake caused, and shifted its color pattern to shades of light blue. It seemed to know how to perfectly counter the Earthquake from witnessing it, but it changed its own weaknesses in the process; both sides would have to be careful with this ability of Porygon2's.
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    Area Effects: Room possessed by Porygon2. Room as a whole damaged.
    Battle Stats:
    Swampert/M/Torrent:100%, Bound
    Porygon2/GL/???: ???% Binding, Used Conversion 2, FLYING-TYPE

    Characters: 20924/35000

    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (1 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 11
    Captures:Klink/GL/Bold

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    I was a little doubtful of Skip's ability to use Protect while he was being bound the way he was by the wires.

    He was visibly struggling to get the barrier up, clearly exerting a lot of mental and physical energy just to block this attack. All we need was a a thin layer; even the thinnest layer of a Protect barrier can defend against Dialga's Roar of Time. I was a little concerned, however, of it's ability to stop multiple moves, such as three very strong Tri-Attacks all coming at once.

    I seemed like everything was moving in slow motion. The Tri-Attacks were hardly a second from hitting when a transparent blue barrier popped up around my Swampert, protecting it from the powerful Normal-type attacks. All of the attacks hit at the same time, an explosion of energy occurring on impact. For a while, I couldn't see anything, due to the bright flash of light from the explosion, and I wasn't sure if the Protect had held.

    Finally, the light faded, and my eyes readjusted. I could see the barrier, still holding strong. One section of the shield was sparking with electrical energy, from the paralyze side effect of Tri-Attack, while another section was frozen solid, from the freeze section of Tri-Attack. Thankfully, I hadn't used Mirror Coat like I was originally planning. If I did, Skip would be a Swampert-sicle right now, and that would not be good.

    Although Skip had done an excellent job blocking the attack, he was clearly exhausted, and would need a little while to recover. Porygon2, being as smart as a computer, recognized this opening and immediately took advantage. Through its many eyes in the working monitors of the room, it analyzed Skip's last used attacking move, and seemed to be changing it's body type in response to it's results from the analysis. It's body colors shifted to a light blue and beige, colors that represented the Flying-type. From my limited knowledge of Porygon evolution family, I assumed that it used Conversion2, a move exclusive to the Porygon evolution family that changes the user's type according to the last move used by the opponent. Since Porygon2 had converted to a Flying-type, it meant he would be immune to Ground-type moves such as Earthquake. Although this may have seemed smart at first, Skip doesn't have many other Ground-type moves, and I never liked using the same move twice in a battle, as the opponent will learn how to counter it if it sees it multiple times. Still though, I admired that a wild Pokemon would be smart enough to take advantage of an opening like that.

    With Skip looking fully recovered from it's use of Protect, it was my turn to continue destroying Porygon2's advantage. But to do so, I would have to have Skip break free of the bind. How could I get these wires off of my Swampert?

    Well, Swampert is part Water-type, and when wires get wet, they short circuit and stop working. Of course, they also electrocute everything in site when they get wet. But Swampert was also part Ground-type, meaning he was completely immune to electrocution. So, if I could find a way to get these wires soaked, they would short circuit and die. Should I use Water Gun? No, that's not enough water... how about Surf? No, that requires water or moisture already in the environment.

    Got it! When Skip uses Muddy Water, water pours through the pores on his body, and is then launched forward, like a Surf attack. Skip would only need to execute the first half of the attack, it would be perfect. The water would pour out directly on the wires, short circuiting them and freeing Skip, while also causing no harm at all to him. It was a perfect plan.

    "Alright Skip, use Muddy Water!"

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    Brown water, almost looking like sewage (and thankfully without the smell) started spewing from Swampert. Porygon2 saw what was happening and escaped the terminals; though it had to make itself vulnerable, it would be much better for it than sticking in the equipment when it goes offline.

    The Muddy Water surged through the room. It only clipped the computer program for minor damage, but its equipment was utterly destroyed; the wires were soaked and immobile, and the terminals shattered from the torrential waves. Porygon2 would have to fight with its own power now.

    Porygon again analyzed the data in the room, but this time while flying around at high speeds. It seemed to be afraid of the force that broke its home, and it wanted to be able to counter it. Porygon2's body started to turn shades of green this time as it began to take qualities of grass-types. Not only did this give resistance to both of Swampert's natural types, it also granted it resistance to any surges from the damaged equipment. It seems the real battle was just starting.
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    Area Effects: Room possessed by Porygon2. Room as a whole damaged.
    Battle Stats:
    Swampert/M/Torrent:100% ATK+ DEF+ SPD-
    Porygon2/GL/???: 91% SPD++ GRASS-TYPE, Used Agility, Conversion2

    Characters: 24582/35000

    Trainer Stats:
    Trainer: Ed Fitch
    Items: Parkball x5, Superball x3, Hyperball x2, Pokeplayer, Porygon Voice Disk, Energy Powder x4, Energy Powder Plus, Rotom Voice Disk (1 uses)
    Area: Power Plant
    Encounters: 11
    Captures:Klink/GL/Bold

    Trainer's Pokemon

    "Diddy" Hardy Male Infernape @ 82% (Iron Fist)
    EMs: TM Grass Knot, TM Earthquake, TM Substitute, TM Focus Punch, TM Stealth Rock, TM Stone Edge, TM Brick Break, TM Shadow Claw, TM Swords Dance, TM Fire Blast, TM Will-O-Wisp, TM Protect, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Fake Out, Counter, Encore


    "Skip" Hardy Male Swampert @ 100% (Torrent)
    EMs: TM Ice Beam, TM Stone Edge, TM Stealth Rock, TM Toxic, TM Roar, TM Return, HM Waterfall, HM Surf, Counter, Curse, Yawn, Mirror Coat, Refresh


    "Kushy" Hardy Male Sceptile @ 100% (Overgrow)
    EMs: TM Substitute, TM Drain Punch, TM Earthquake, TM Return, TM Focus Blast, TM Dragon Pulse, TM Acrobatics, TM Swords Dance, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle, Thunder Punch, Counter

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    Skip obeyed my orders, and murky brown water began to spew from the pores located all around his body.

    Porygon2 instantly saw what was happening, and released his grip on the Swampert and emerged from the computer monitor, exposing himself to Skip's attacks.

    The muddy water continued to precipitate from the dual Water/Ground-type until the entire room was ankle-deep submerged in what looked like sewage water. Then, with one ferocious grunt and a pushing motion from Skip, the water began to surge forward like a tsunami, straight for the monitors. Not just the monitor's but the entire room was about to be striked by this tidal wave, and Porygon2 was right in the line of fire. With nowhere to run to, the Porygon evolution braced itself for the Water-type attack as all of the equipment in the room was soaked and utterly destroyed. The monitors that weren't destroyed from the initial impact short circuited with the various wires hanging out of the wall and let off a huge burst of electrical power before completely dying. Thankfully, neither Siless, Sela, or myself were injured from the electrical surge. The room that had previously only been lit by the dim glow of computer monitors was now completely dark. Porygon2 would have to fight this battle on it's own, and it along with Skip would have to fight this battle nearly blind.

    Skip stood tall and proud in the center of the dark and wet room. The wild Normal-type seemed to be scared of the the force that had destroyed it's shelter and probably wanted to make sure it wouldn't have to worry about said force again. It began to jet around the room, picking up speed every inch it moved until it was nothing but a blur. Then it stopped dead in it's tracks, and it's eyes began to shoot around the room, scanning the damage that had just been caused. This is exactly what it had done a few moments ago, when it scanned the damage from the Earthquake attack and turned itself into a Flying-type. It was attempting to better it's defense against Water-type attacks. I just hope it doesn't turn into a Grass-type.

    The now Flying-type began to turn a forest green color and leaves, weeds, and vines began to protrude from it's body as it was clearly transforming into a Grass-type.

    Shit.

    I contemplated switching to Diddy, my Infernape. Or even Kushy, my Sceptile. They both would resist the Grass-type as well as be able to hit it for super-effective damage. But then I remembered what I said earlier, this is about outlasting, not beating. Also, just because Porygon2 was now Grass-type, the only Grass-type move it knew was still Solar Beam, and Solar Beam is completely worthless in such a dark room such as this one. But still, now that Porygon2 was Grass-type, it resisted both of Skip's types, water and ground, as well as any electrical surges that could possibly happen from the dead wires. This was certainly an uphill battle, but at least now it was fair, mono el mono.

    Hmm, I could use Ice Beam... that's the only move that Skip has that is super effective. Nah, it's too soon. I'll save that for when I really need it, like if he ever decides to try out a Solar Beam. Right now, I just had to get some damage on him and show him who's boss.

    "Skip, use Mud Bomb!"

    When Skip uses Mud Bomb, he pulls his head back as if he's about to launch a Hydro Pump, but instead he shoots out tons of pellets of mud. The mud also has a chance of getting in the opponent's eyes and screwing up their vision, making it harder for them to see and ultimately lowering their accuracy. Of course, that side effect was unlikely to happen, given Porygon2 didn't really have normal eyes.

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