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    BP-8

    Ranger Jack Fenix
    -=-=-

    Jack watched the fight and wondered what Eric was going to call out next, he was quite happy that Eric had decided against using Earthquake, he didn’t want to have to explain to the ranger office why the power plant was brought to the ground. He also didn’t want to have to escort Eric out of the park. The destruction of the power plant would result in the scattering of all the electric pokemon on the island. This is the only place they all were and he wondered where they would live if their home was destroyed.

    Instead Eric decided on something else. "Gliscor use Swords Dance, and then follow up with a Fire Fang!" Jack thought it was a good move. Since he wasn’t allowed to get a full powered same type advantage attack, he would get the next best thing. A powered up fire attack. This was going to do some serious damage.

    The first thing that happened was the Gliscor began to do a little twirl in place. It took a real eye to figure out what the Gliscor was doing. There were too many dance attacks out there. The only way to know for sure was based on the after effect. Luckily he didn’t have to guess because Eric had already called out the attack. The Gliscor seemed to instantly get a little bigger and stronger. Jack knew that the pokemon had become twice as powerful. These next attacks were going to hurt.

    Then the Gliscor started its Fire Fang attack. Gliscor opened up its mouth, showing off its sharp fangs. The teeth began to glow red until they burst into flames, it was a wondrous sight and Jack wondered how the attack worked without Glisor getting hurt. Pokemon were truly a mystery.

    The Gliscor glided towards the Klang and sunk its fangs into the sides of the Klang’s main gear. The Klang didn’t even do anything to try and avoid it and Jack had to wonder why. It then became apparent when the gears of pokemon began to grind together, with the Gliscor so close the attack was sure to hit. And hit it did, the Gliscor cried in pain as it was pitched between the gears.

    Jack knew Gliscor had to get out of there, luckily he could tell that last attack really did a number on the Klang, he wondered if Eric was going to attack it or hit it one more time.

    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    ???, ???, Klang (???) 35% Uses Gear Grind

    Docile Female Gliscor (Hyper Cutter) 77% Uses Sword Dance and Gear Grind

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 9
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???,
    MCR: 7,869/9,000

    Items:
    2 Park balls
    2 Super balls
    2 Hyper balls
    5 Super Potion
    1x Family Repellent
    1x Type Repellent
    Digital Camera
    PokePlayer
    1x Porygon Voice Disc (1 use)
    1x Litwick Voice Disc

    Used Items:
    1 Full Heal
    1 Type Repellent (Poison)

    -=-=-

    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (Active 65%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick
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    Klang waited for Gliscor to get close to it so it would be right in range for Klang's attack. I had to hand it to Klang, not many Pokemon would be willing to stay still and take an attack head on just so they could get a chance to counterattack the Pokemon that was attacking it. However this may not have exactly been the best idea on Klang's part since it took a Fire Fang head on, a move that it is weak to, and a move that could have caused Klang some problems, not to mention that Klang was now weakened a great deal due to that attack.

    At this point Gliscor clearly had a big advantage on Klang, what with Klang being weak and with Gliscor having doubled its attack. Though this could also be a bad thing, because if I wasn't careful in my move choice for Gliscor then it could easily finish off Klang with its very next attack. At this point using a move that Klang was weak to such as Fire Fang, or Brick Break would no doubt finish off Klang, so I figured it would be best to use a weaker move that was also not all that effective on Klang, maybe just normal effectiveness at best. I knew the perfect move to do this because of the previous turn.

    "All right, now Gliscor use a Thunder Fang," I said without yelling this time seeing as how I didn't want a full force attack, or else it might have finished Klang off making it unable to be captured. That isn't exactly what I wanted after battling it, and having Gliscor get hurt in the process.

    Thunder Fang looked, and was pretty similar to Fire Fang with only two real key differences. The first difference was in look, rather than the users mouth erupting in a blaze it would instead become yellow in color, and would surge with electricity as its name suggests. The other difference was what it could do, while it was just as strong as Fire Fang and could also cause a flinch just like it, it could cause paralysis rather than a burn. Though once again like with Fire Fang I didn't mind if it cause a flinch, or paralysis, or not, my only aim here was to hurt it a bit more so it could be captured.

    Gliscor who heard my command got itself into place, and opened its mouth. Its mouth because to have small sparks of electricity surge around it, and before long it turned yellow and was full of electricity surging all around its mouth. No matter what happened here I knew one thing was for sure, this would no doubt be the last attack used by Gliscor during this battle, because I knew that now would be the best chance I had at capturing Klang. I reached into my backpack and pulled out an empty Superball. If the attack hit Klang then it would certainly have a hard time escaping, because once the ball hit it it would still be feeling the damage from the Thunder Fang.

    The attack was ready so Gliscor once again launched itself at Klang. As Gliscor did this I made the Superball full size, and as Gliscor was no more than inches away from Klang I took aim at it and tossed the Superball towards it, waiting to see what the outcome would be.
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    BP-9

    Ranger Jack Fenix
    -=-=-

    Jack watched as Eric as he commanded his gliscor to use thunderfang. For a second time Gliscor unsheathed its fangs and showed them to his opponent they turned yellow and electricity could be seen going through them. It once again clammed down on the Klang since it was so close.

    Jack noticed the poor Klang was very worse for wear, it was almost knocked out, and in fact it lost its ability to hover and was resting on the ground. Jack felt bad for the poor thing; it had been put through the ringer.

    Then jack saw Eric pull out the super ball, he threw it at the Klang and the ball impacted against the poor pokemon. The pokemon turned into a red light and disappeared into the ball. The ball fell against the ground bouncing once and resting next to Gliscor. It shook a few times as the Klang struggled to escape until if finally gave up. A beep resounded through the generator room and the battle was over.

    “Congratulation Eric, you caught yourself a Klang.” Jack said, his voice suddenly bored sounding again. He went over and picked up the ball. “As per usual I have to keep this until your run is over or you decide to leave.

    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    Docile Female Gliscor (Hyper Cutter) 77%

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 9
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???, Klang G ???
    MCR: 0

    Items:
    2 Park balls
    2 Super balls
    2 Hyper balls
    5 Super Potion
    1x Family Repellent
    1x Type Repellent
    Digital Camera
    PokePlayer
    1x Porygon Voice Disc (1 use)
    1x Litwick Voice Disc

    Used Items:
    1 Full Heal
    1 Type Repellent (Poison)

    Pictures Taken: Luxray, Porygon2

    -=-=-

    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor (77%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (65%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick

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    Klang could not escape from Gliscor's attack, and was forced to take it head on. After it hit Klang could no longer even hover in the air, Gliscor hurt it so bad that it was on the verge of being knocked out. Yet despite this once it was inside the ball the thing still put up a fight to escape from it. You had to give it credit, it was no less than a tough Pokemon.

    “Congratulation Eric, you caught yourself a Klang,” Jack said sounding uninterested again. I couldn't help but think, it doesn't take much time for you to be bored again does it? "Thanks Jack," I replied trying to ignore my thoughts.

    "So shall we continue on?" I asked Jack since this battle was over.
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    NBP-9

    Ranger Jack Fenix
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    "So shall we continue on?” Eric asked eagerly.

    “Sure, I suppose.” Jack said and he and Tali floated on next to him, staying quiet the whole time. He put his hands into his pocket as he walked. They walked ahead as Eric followed finally leaving the generator room.

    As they continued to walk the buzzing was getting louder, it seemed there was more electricity in this area. Jack’s guess was that there was more electric pokemon in this area. Jack would have been surprised by the lack of poison pokemon in the area but they seemed to be staying out of the way, looks like the repellant Eric had used before they started worked.

    They continued to walk until around a corner a small pokemon with a plug on its head walked. It was a second Elekid. Jack doubted Eric would want to catch this one, but asked anyway.

    “Well do you want this one?”

    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    N/A

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 8
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang, Elekid
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???, Klang G ???
    MCR: 671

    Items:
    1 Park balls
    1 Super balls
    2 Hyper balls
    5 Super Potion
    1x Family Repellent
    1x Type Repellent
    Digital Camera
    PokePlayer
    1x Porygon Voice Disc (1 use)
    1x Litwick Voice Disc

    Used Items:
    1 Full Heal
    1 Type Repellent (Poison)
    Park Ball
    Super Ball

    Pictures Taken: Luxray, Porygon2

    -=-=-

    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor (77%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (65%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick

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    "Sure, I suppose," Jack said as he led me and Ambipom along the way. Once we got out of the generator room the buzzing could be heard louder and louder the further you went in the plant.

    We kept walking until another Pokemon appeared. It looked similar to one I saw before, mainly because it was the same exact Pokemon as the one before. It was another Elekid.

    “Well do you want this one?” Jack asked. "No thanks, its no different than the one before and since I didn't want that one, so I'll just leave this thing be, lets just hope it lets us go in peace, of course maybe it knows of what happened to the Elekid earlier and will now let us pass," I said to Jack wondering what else I'd run into.
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    NBP-10

    Ranger Jack Fenix
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    Jack nodded as Eric declined the Elekid, he was a little bummed that he didn’t pay for another pokedoll, he was kind of hoping he could knock out another one. They continued down the hallway. The Elekid stopped and watched them as they passed. The Elekid waved at them as they passed. Jack took his hand out of his pocket and waved it once at the Elekid, and then he put it back into his pocket. Tali stopped behind them and then took a bow at the little electric pokemon. She then floated back after the others.

    Jack walked on in quiet comfort. He looked around trying to find out where there would be another pokemon and the decided to take a chance.

    “Hey, I have an idea, follow me.”

    They walked a little but ignoring some of the rooms they passed, until finding an open area, there were a few folded up tables pressed against the wall and a kitchen area with a serving area. Jack walked into the cafeteria area thinking there might be a pokemon in here. He finally smiled as he saw something. Up ahead was a freezer, but there was something different with this freezer, it buzzed with electricity in it and Jack knew why.
    “Hey there! Hello!” Jack yelled out and two eyes opened on the freezer.

    “Well that’s defiantly pretty lucky. Would you like to battle this Rotom? It’s inside this freezer so it’s going to have some ice characteristics.” Jack said to Eric. Tali on the other hand began speaking to the Rotom using their own tongue. She recognized the ice similarities.

    It seemed the Froslass was able to convince the Rotom to leave the kitchen just in case there was a battle, no use trying to fight in the kitchen.


    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    ??? ??? Rotom (???) 100%

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 7
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang, Elekid, Rotom
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???, Klang G ???
    MCR: 35,000/699

    Items:
    1 Park balls
    1 Super balls
    2 Hyper balls
    5 Super Potion
    1x Family Repellent
    1x Type Repellent
    Digital Camera
    PokePlayer
    1x Porygon Voice Disc (1 use)
    1x Litwick Voice Disc

    Used Items:
    1 Full Heal
    1 Type Repellent (Poison)
    Park Ball
    Super Ball

    Pictures Taken: Luxray, Porygon2

    -=-=-

    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor (77%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (65%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick
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    The Elekid stepped to the side and allowed us to pass without any trouble at all, maybe it really did know of what happened to the Elekid earlier, or perhaps it was just a friendly Pokemon. I'd like to think it was the second one because once we began to leave it the Elekid waved at us as we passed by. I noticed that Jack was waving back at it as I planned to do. I picked my hand up and began to wave at it in return, after which Ambipom also waved at it. Once that was done Jack continued to lead me along so I could find some more Pokemon. He was looking all over for some Pokemon, constantly turning his head every couple of steps to see if one was hiding somewhere, or perhaps if one was just around a corner. Eventually Jack turned to me and said, “hey, I have an idea, follow me.” I thought to myself well obviously I'm going to follow you, you're my ranger after all so its not like you had to tell me that. "Alright Jack, lead me to wherever you're planning to take me," I replied to him.

    Jack lead me on a short walk, but every room we passed along the way we just skipped over without even looking in. I figured that Jack must have had one specific spot he wanted to look if he made it a point to skip over every other room on the way there. The area he led me to was an open space with some tables up against the walls, and a kitchen area with a serving area. Seeing that made me hungry, we had been on this run for a little while now and I had yet to eat some lunch, but it was all right I figured I could tough it out for a little while longer. I was wondering why Jack lead me here though, there seemed to be no Pokemon around at the time. Maybe he just thought that there would be some here looking for some old scraps of food perhaps. Just then though Jack got a smirk on his face and yelled out, “hey there! Hello!” At that instant two eyes opened up on the freezer, a Pokemon had been using camouflage similar to the way Porygon did earlier in this trip. Though this was certainly a different Pokemon, I could only think of one Pokemon that could be hiding with a freeze as a camouflage. Once I realized what it was I was in shock and couldn't help but think, this is incredible! I must be super lucky to encounter both a Porygon and a Rotom on this trip, and its still only half way done so who knows what else I could encounter! I was really happy and excited at this chance to battle Rotom.

    “Well that’s defiantly pretty lucky. Would you like to battle this Rotom? It’s inside this freezer so it’s going to have some ice characteristics,” Jack asked, and instructed me. "Of course I'd like to battle this Rotom," I said happily, while still taking into account what Jack said about the Rotom. Rotom seemed to leave the kitchen for some reason, though I could only guess that it didn't want to battle in there.

    Rotom's characteristics made it the most unique Pokemon out there for sure. First of all it had five different forms, and if you including its traditional form then it had six different forms in total, each different than the last. In each form Rotom would always remain an Electric-type, but Rotom's second type would change between forms. It had its standard form where it was a dual Ghost Electric type Pokemon, this was actually its least used form, though I didn't understand why, with its Electric typing it could easily be helpful to any Ghost gym. While in this form it looked like light bulb. Next up was its Heat Form. In this form Rotom was now a dual Fire Electric type. Not only this, but as with all of Rotom's different forms it could a move unique to that form only. In this form it got the move Overheat. Overheat is an incredibly powerful Fire-type attack, however after use it drops the users Special Attack by two stages making it seem like a last resort move only. In this form Rotom took on the shape of a microwave over. After that was its Wash Form. While in this form Rotom is a dual Water Electric type. The move learned while in this form was Hydro Pump. This was probably the most common form for a Rotom to be used by trainers because its typing makes Electric-type moves do normal damage, not to mention that due to Rotom's ability Levitate all Ground-type moves, such as the ever popular Earthquake, would fail, this meant that Rotom Wash was only weak to Grass-type moves. In this form Rotom looks like a washing machine. Its next form was the form it is currently in, that would be its Frost Form. In this form Rotom would be a dual Ice Electric type. This gave Rotom some new weaknesses, and also made Steel-type attacks due normal damage on it, however while in this form Rotom would know the powerful move Blizzard, a move with a chance to freeze the opponent. It made it the perfect Pokemon to combat Dragon-types. This was the form of Rotom that one of my closest friends had, and I was always a little bit jealous of that because I had wanted my own Rotom for a long time, they did let me borrow it once though I never got to use it. I wanted to capture this Rotom now so I could have my own, but also so I could end up giving it to them one day since I knew they wanted a team of six Rotom's, all in a different form. While in this current form Rotom took on the shape of a refrigerator. Next up was its Fan Form. In this form Rotom would become part Flying part Electric. This meant Rotom would only be weak to Ice and Rock type moves, which in all honestly wasn't so bad since Ice-type moves aren't that common, and since Rock-type moves mostly don't have full accuracy. In this form Rotom knew Air Slash as its special move. This form of Rotom was usually seen as the most haxy form, this was because this Rotom not only had access to Thunder Wave and Confuse Ray like its other forms, but this form knew Air Slash, a move that had a chance to flinch the opponent. If you used Thunder Wave, and Confuse Ray on the opposing Pokemon, and then Air Slash it would almost never be able to attack, and that is what made this form so deadly. While in this form as its name suggests Rotom looks like a fan. Its last form was its Mow Form. In this form it is both a Grass and Electric type. Most people generally call this its weakest form because it has more weaknesses than any of its other forms. In this form the move it knew was Leaf Storm, this move is the Grass-type equivalent of Overheat, in the sense that it is just as strong, and it has the same negative effect as Overheat does. While Rotom is in this form its appears like it is a lawnmower, and in this form more than others it looks very psychotic and vicious.

    "Hm, now which Pokemon should I use?" I asked myself. Ambipom had already been in battle once today, and Gliscor was four times weak to Ice, and since Rotom was currently part Ice-type I knew that would be bad. This only left me with one choice. "Go go go Scizor!" I yelled as I tossed its Pokeball into the air. The dual Steel Bug type appeared for the first time during this run. It let out a "Sci-Sci Scizor" once it hit stepped on the ground. Scizor didn't exactly have the best moves to use against Rotom if I wanted anything to be super effective except for a few Fighting-type moves, though this didn't mean Scizor was by any means weak. Scizor was the kind of Pokemon that just loved to be in battle, in fact it was so brave, and crazy, that it would go into battle against a Fire-type Pokemon despite its overwhelming weakness to Fire-type moves just so it could get a good shot in on the opponent before being knocked out. Scizor was probably my most prized, and special Pokemon. Not so much that it was so rare, or its value was so high, but because it was given to me by a good friend who knew I wanted a Scizor more than I wanted a Rotom, ironically enough the person who gave me this Scizor was the same one who had the Rotom that they loaned me once. I always told them that I would repay them for the Scizor someday, and this could have easily been my chance to do so.

    "So what do you say Scizor, you up for a little battle?" I asked Scizor, who turned to me with a grin and nodded. "Good that's the spirit," I answered to its agreement. I knew Rotom would be a crafty opponent to face for sure, but I knew that Scizor's passion for battle would make it nothing short of a handful for Rotom. The only thing I wondered here was should I just jump right in and instantly attack Rotom, or should I try to be crafty myself before it has the chance to do so and surprise it? I knew that this wouldn't be over in two simple hits, so I figured that it would actually be best to surprise the Rotom.

    "All right Scizor, why don't we start things off a little different than we normally do. Start with a Double Team, and then follow up with a Toxic!" I yelled to Scizor who was happy he could start battling now.

    Scizor stood in place and started to chuckle. Before you knew it it flapped its wings, and then one Scizor became two, and then two became four. Double Team would make image copies of whatever Pokemon used it, most of the time the Pokemon would make a lot of different copies of itself, but that would also make it easier to hit, because some moves could wipe out many copies at once, but by having three copies, as well as the real Pokemon spread out its copies could usually sustain an attack or two before the real Pokemon was hit. That is how I trained Scizor to be, I never wanted it to be too flashy, just careful enough that it could get some hits in. Once Double Team was done the four Scizors surrounded Rotom, each Scizor taking a different spot, one in front of Rotom, one behind it, and one on each side of it.

    Once the all four Scizor were in position they all inhaled deeply for Toxic. Toxic was an attack that would be released from inside a Pokemon at the target that would deal damage to the opposing Pokemon each turn if it hit. Toxic was purple in color, and it also looked gooey, and once it hit purple bubbles would be seen coming up from the opposing Pokemon. That Pokemon would remain a shade of purple for as long as it was under the effects of Toxic, and each turn that it took damage more bubbles would rise up from the Pokemon. When Toxic is used most trainers generally stall turns out so the affected Pokemon gets hurt more and more. Toxic was nothing short of a strategical attack that Technical Machine.

    Once the attack was ready all four Scizor spit the Toxic goo out directly for Rotom. My aim here was to give Rotom a hard time to avoid the attack since it might not know which Scizor is the real one, and even if it managed to avoid it then it could easily leave itself open from an attack from Scizor, or it could be hit by Toxic and have its heal slowly sapped away, either way seemed great to me. I just thought though that it was a shame that every battle I've had on this run wasn't exciting as I know this one will be.
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    Jack watched as the battle for the Rotom began. Jack wondered what who he would use. He had already used Ambipom and Gliscor in battle. That left his third pokemon whom was fully healed. He knew he could just heal the other pokemon. He had a feeling it wasn’t going to be Gliscor again; however, it could be Ambipom. It turned out he was wrong though when Eric unleashed his pokemon. It seemed like he would be going with his third choice.

    Eric unleashed his third pokemon, a gleaming red pokemon with huge claws and bug like wings. It was his Scizor and it was impressive. Jack was impressed by the pokemon. He looked down at Tali trying to gage her opinion, but again she just stayed quiet and didn’t want to be interrupted from watching the match. Jack sighed wondering how his teammate could be so boring. He went back to watching the match.

    It seemed that Eric had decided to get his Scizor to use a Double team attack. It was a good move and made him harder to hit considering there were now copies. Jack was a little surprised that only three copies were made. Then Jack understood as all four Scizor’s boxed the Rotom in. It tried its best to keep its eyes on all four by Rotom by rotating itself to look at each one. It wasn’t sure what was coming next or which one would attack next, and frankly neither did me.

    That was, until Eric called out the Toxic attack. Jack knew that toxic was a big helper for catching a pokemon as well as trying to dwindle down its health. It was a good move; he just hoped it didn’t end up knocking it out by accident in the end.

    The Scizor then unleashed the Toxic attack. Jack was curious how the attack would work. Would it come from the real one as Jack had thought or would it come from them all? Jack was curious because if it came from all it would be almost impossible to dodge. Jack’s thoughts were confirmed when the toxic goup shot out from all four, towards the Rotom. The Rotom spun trying to find the real one or a way to escape the blast, but it only saw toxic coming from all sides. It took the real hit full on and the toxic goup was absorbed into the poor Rotom.

    The poison took immediate effect. The Rotom shut its eyes in mild pain. For now he knew it wasn’t going to hurt too bad for now, but as the battle carries on it was just going to get worse and worse. Jack then wondered what the Rotom was going to do next. It had a one in four shot at hitting the right Scizor and Jack knew if it missed the results would be very bad.

    Rotom then answered Jack’s thoughts when it then began to perform its first attack. Jack knew what it was the second it started, it was Rotom’s ice from special move. The room had gotten instantly colder and Jack knew why. It looked like instead of trying to pick the right Scizor copy, it was going to try and hit them all.

    The air in the room got cold and began to kick up. The air closest to Rotom began to show signs of fog, and small crystals of water began to form in the air around it spinning around it and moving faster. As the attack built up more snow could be seen and some of that snow hardened. The attack began to expand until it engulfed the four Scizors. Jack noticed three of them began to flicker but not die while the fourth one showed signs of pain. Even though Scizor was resilient to ice attacks, Blizzard was still a very strong attack and it showed in the bit of pain Scizor had received. Jack wondered if that was all Rotom could do to overcome the double team disadvantage. He would have to wait and see if it had anything else up its sleeve. In the meantime Rotom had finished its attack and all four Scizor were still visible and standing.

    Jack had to hand it to that Scizor. It was resilient. Lucky that Rotom wasn’t hiding in an oven…

    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    ??? ??? Rotom (Levitate) 96% (Toxic): Uses Blizzard

    Brave, Male Scizor (Technician) 85% EVA+1: Uses Double Team and Toxic

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 7
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang, Elekid, Rotom
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???, Klang G ???
    MCR: 35,000/11,582

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    Pictures Taken: Luxray, Porygon2

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    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor (77%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
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    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (65%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick

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    OOC: Yeah I said it was 7500 on AIM, but then I was able to come up with like another 2000 characters since I kinda want to keep this as a short battle/have few posts.

    IC: Scizor was able to hit Rotom with the Toxic attack, now it wouldn't be too long before it slowly lost more and more of its health. Of course this could be a bad thing too since Rotom could easily become too weak, and then faint, thus rendering Rotom unable to be catchable. However I wasn't too worried because the battle only just began, and because Scizor could easily hold back its power if needed, also because Scizor won't be powering up its attack stat, or using any incredibly powerful moves on Rotom such as Superpower. Though that didn't mean that I could take it easy on Rotom either, just because it was feeling the effects of Toxic. If I went easy on Rotom it would quickly gain an upper hand on Scizor, and waste no time finishing it. That was something that I refused to let happen. Just because Rotom was feeling the effects of Toxic that didn't mean that it was in anyway going to throw in the towel now, or at all. If anything this would only make Rotom much more determined to battle with Scizor, and try to be it. Rotom proved this as it countered against Scizor with the one move this form is specifically known for, Blizzard. One who saw this had to wonder though, did Rotom do this attack just to damage Scizor even though Scizor isn't harmed much by Ice-type moves, or did Rotom do this out of desperation already to get rid of Scizor's image copies from Double Team? There really was no way of knowing unless you could read Rotom's mind, but one thing was for sure if this was a Heat Rotom then Scizor wouldn't be enduring Rotom's specialty attack, though that wouldn't have stopped Scizor from still going into battle with Rotom to damage it at least it bit. Scizor sure was durable though, all three of its image copies survived the Blizzard attack, and were still intact, I had never seen the image copies be able to withstand an attack in the past when hit head on. Then again most Pokemon don't use attacks that don't do much damage to Scizor, except for when I battle Sneasel back when I visited Mount Oktori, I felt bad for the little creature though, it had to go up against a Scizor and both of its types were weak against both of Scizor's types. Rotom's attack made me thing of my trip there, but this wasn't the time to be looking back at past trips to the park, it was the time to be continuing my battle with Rotom. Blizzard could have also been a way of trying to expose the real Scizor, not so much by trying to do away with its image copies, but by trying to freeze the real Scizor. Blizzard had a decent chance of freezing a Pokemon, and the images couldn't be frozen since they were well, not real. This was no problem though since Scizor did not freeze, and its image copies stayed fine while only taking a bit of damage himself. Though I had to ask myself if this Rotom had experience battling before. A Pokemon that has never battled before, and that has no trainer to give it commands probably could never think of using a move like Blizzard to try and expose a Pokemon that is hiding itself, of course nothing is impossible, and maybe this was Rotom's first battle, and it was just crafty, who knows.

    I had to wonder what I should have Scizor do now though. There was a good chance that Rotom could easily see through Scizor's image copies now since it saw them all during its last attack. There always was the option to use Substitute, this would have made Scizor's image copies fade away, but at the same time it would have given the real Scizor a shield that would take the damage for Scizor until it broke at the cost of some of Scizor's health. It was really a strategic move because it could also prevent status moves such as Thunder Wave. Then again I could always just have Scizor attack the Rotom, because there is no telling what move Rotom will use until it actually uses the move. Rotom didn't exactly have the biggest movepool out there, though Scizor's was nothing extravagant either, so most could usually predict what one of these two Pokemon will use. Usually it would always be the same thing, Rotom would use Trick to give the opponent an item that would lock in one move, though it would be pointless to use in this case because neither Pokemon is holding an item. Rotom would usually also always go for Thunder Wave, or Will-o-Wisp, and usually Confuse Ray too, this was usually done to prevent a powerful Pokemon from attacking, or to weaken their attacks, though if I had Scizor make a Substitute then these moves would all fail on Scizor. Scizor were usually just as predictable though, most would generally lead using a move like Swords Dance or Agility, and then they would go on to use an attack such as Bullet Punch, or Bug Bite, because Technician made these two attacks the attacks that Scizor are most known for using.

    All four Scizor returned to being in front of me, and set their eyes on Rotom, who was just finishing up its attack. Blizzard certainly made the temperature drop some degrees inside of here, though it wasn't anything too bad since I loved the cold. The next time Rotom opened up its door for an attack I felt like saying "hey shoot me out a sandwich, I'm starving over here," but I knew that sadly Rotom wasn't possessing a real refrigerator, that Rotom was just taking on the form of one, and this made me sad cause I really was hungry. Still I couldn't let my hunger distract me from this battle, I didn't want to screw up what moves I sent just because I was running on an empty stomach. At this point I couldn't help but wonder exactly what move should I use though. I mean I figured I'd still use Substitute, but what else should I use with it? I didn't want to just use Substitute, I also wanted to hit Rotom with a little damage to speed up the process of this battle a bit. I had a lot of various options from moves that all Scizor always know such as Bullet Punch, X-Scissor, Pursuit, and Iron Head. Or I could always go for powerful moves Scizor learns from TMs, or from a move tutor such as, Brick Break, U-Turn, or Bug Bite. I could even throw a curve ball at Rotom and use something it wouldn't even think Scizor would use such as Hidden Power, or Vacuum Wave. There really were so many different options to chose from, but I knew what I wanted to use this time around now.

    "All right now Scizor, first off I want you to use a Substitute, then once you're finished with that I want you to hit Rotom with a Bug Bite!" I yelled to the pincer Pokemon who nodded in agreement, and seemed happy that it could finally use an attack on Rotom that got to show off its strength, unlike Toxic.

    Scizor's three image copies would be sacrificed in the process of this, but it was for a good cause, besides if needed later on Scizor could always do another Double Team, for right now doing this was the best choice I had. Scizor's three image copies faded away leaving only the one true Scizor in open sight, but that didn't last very long. Scizor seemed to vanish into thin air, and it left behind a small doll in its place. I always wondered how exactly Substitute worked. How exactly could a Pokemon conceal itself within such a small doll? Even a large Pokemon such as a Snorlax could use, and hide within Substitute, and then to top it off Substitute still acts like its Pokemon's normal body. Pokemon sure had so many mysteries out there, and most, if not all of them would remain that way forever.

    Once Scizor had the Substitute setup it was going to use Bug Bite on Rotom. Bug Bite was a very vicious attack. The user of it would charge over to the opponent, and usually sink their teeth down on their shoulder area, it was similar to a vampire bite, except that vampires go for the neck rather than the shoulder. Bug Bites secondary effect made it so that if the opponent was holding a berry the user of this attack would eat the berry when using Bug Bite, this usually soften the bite from the attack, though it was still as strong, because the Pokemon that gets bitten, if they had a berry, would have the bite softened due the berry taking part of the hit, but if the opponent was holding no berry then they were forced to take the full force of the bite. Bug Bite was an attack all Scizor owners needed on their Scizor's. It wasn't as strong as U-Turn, or X-Scissor were, but if Scizor has the ability Technician then Bug Bite would be more powerful than the both of those moves. Also Bug Bite could be great to use in a battle if you thought the opponent had a berry, because any berry used in battle was always a game changer, so you could either have your Pokemon get the berries effect, or if it didn't fit that requirement then it could just ruin their berry. Either way it could certainly throw your opponents entire game off of balance.

    I stood there and waited for Scizor to make its move, and as I did I could only think of what Rotom will do in retaliation, and if Bug Bite hit next what would be a good move to do because of Toxic also in place. Rotom would no doubt want to cause some damage on Scizor, and perhaps cause it pain in retaliation due to Toxic. There was also the chance that Rotom would just attack Scizor to see what it could do, since most, if not all, Rotom were usually just looking for someone to play with, because they are either bored or lonely. I wouldn't know exactly what it wanted to do here though until I saw how Rotom felt after being hit by Scizor's attack, but one thing was for sure, during this series of attacks the battle was bound to get a lot more interesting.
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    Ranger Jack fenix
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    Jack watched on as Eric and his Scizor decided on what next to do. It looked like Eric had decided to use a Substitute attack first. It looked like he didn’t want to get hit by a status attack this turn and it would absorb a lot of damage from Rotom’s hard hitting attacks. Eric then told Scizor to use a Bug Bite after the substitute was laid down. Then the Scizor went to work.

    First thing that happened was the three other Scizor copies disappeared, for as soon as the sub was laid down. There was no point using energy keeping up the three other copies. Substitute was another attack that baffled Jack; he didn’t know how it was done. In this case Scizor snapped both its claws and with the noise a big rubber animal looking shield popped into existence and plopped down in front of the Scizor. Then Jack saw some of Scizor’s own energy feed into the substitute. He was surprised that it didn’t give the doll life considering the energy it had.

    Next the Scizor put its sights on the Rotom. It jumped over the sub and charged at the Rotom. It came into close proximity with the Rotom and unleashed its attack. Scizor don’t have a very big mouth so instead of using it for its attack as the name would suggest, it reached out and clamped hard on the floating refrigerator and the Rotom winced in pain. The addition of technician hurt the Rotom even more.

    The fridge Rotom then smiled a knowing way. Electricity began to corse through the fridge pokemon and then the Thunderbolt attack was released all at once. However, instead of electrocuting the Scizor as the Rotom was hoping. The attack seemed to avoid Scizor completely and then shot towards the sub. It seemed to hope that having the Scizor so close would make the sub useless, but that didn’t seem to be the case. The attack landed on the sub and exploded. The bits of rubber littered the room.

    “Ouch, that sub took a beating.”

    The Rotom didn’t look happy and began to do another electric attack as the Scizor jumped away. The Rotom began to charge up an electric attack and looked to be about to release the attack. Scizor braced itself and then, nothing happened. Finally to top it all off, purple bubbles formed and floated away from Rotom and it winced in pain.

    Jack laughed, “that was a Charge attack, what are ya gonna do now?”


    -=-=-

    Current Battle Stats:

    ??? ??? Rotom (Levitate) 65% (Toxic): Uses Thunderbolt and Charge

    Brave, Male Scizor (Technician) 60% : Uses Substitute and Bug Bite

    -=-=-

    Trainer Stats:
    Name: Eric
    Location: Abandoned Power Plant
    Encounters left: 7
    Pokemon Encountered: Porygon, Blitzle, Elekid, Porygon2, Luxray, Klang, Elekid, Rotom
    Pokemon Captured: Porygon G ???, Klang G ???
    MCR: 35,000/21,107

    Items:
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    1 Super balls
    2 Hyper balls
    5 Super Potion
    1x Family Repellent
    1x Type Repellent
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    1x Litwick Voice Disc

    Used Items:
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    1 Type Repellent (Poison)
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    Pictures Taken: Luxray, Porygon2

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    Pokemon Stats:

    Pokemon: Gliscor (77%)
    Nickname:
    Gender: Female
    Ability: Hyper Cutter
    Nature: Docile
    EMs: TM 26 Earthquake, TM 50 Substitute, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 11 Defog, BM-Counter, BM-Baton

    Pokemon: Scizor
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    Gender: Male
    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 06 Toxic, TM 31 Mimic, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Fire), TM 62 Snore, TM 64 Protect, TM 67 Endure, TM 71 Return, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 84 Steel Wing, TM 96 Light Screen, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 104 Facade, TM 109 Roost, TM 114 Fling, TM 137 U-Turn, HM 01 Cut, HM 08 Rock Smash, HM 10 Defog, BM-Reversal, BM-Baton Pass, MT-Bug Bite, MT-Superpower

    Pokemon: Ambipom (65%)
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    Ability: Technician
    Nature: Brave
    EMs: TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 Thunder Punch, TM 85 Fire Punch, TM 95 Taunt, TM 98 Brick Break, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 104 Facade, TM 107 Snatch, TM 121 Shadow Claw, TM 135 Grass Knot, TM 137 U-Turn, TM 147 Low Sweep, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick

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    OOC: I should stop telling you things on AIM, then come back and edit 5000 characters into my post so I can capture this thing sooner rather than later. So yeah just to be clear I am attempting to capture Rotom now, and should I do so I plan to end the run afterward.

    Scizor made the Substitute, and wasted very little time in launching its attack at Rotom. The Bug Bite scored a direct hit on Rotom causing it to show some pain, I laughed at how ironic it was to be using a biting type of attack on a Pokemon the resembled a refrigerator since you go into a fridge to get food, and then bite down on it when eating it. Well I thought this was funny anyway. Rotom didn't seem to be all the thrilled that it took increased damage from Bug Bite, and saw to it that it would cause Scizor some pain in return. I suspected something like this would happen though, and so as such this was the main reason I decided to have Scizor create a Substitute before it attacked. Personally I wasn't as worried about Scizor being hit with a status as I was with Rotom being angry and unleashing a furious attack on Scizor. This plan of mine worked perfectly. Rotom flew as close as it possibly could to Scizor and began to charge up an attack. Electricity started to course all around Rotom, and small bolt began to form in front of it which started to grow in size as the attack charged up more. It was a Thunderbolt attack, a weaker version of Thunder, which had better accuracy, but a lower power, and a lower chance to paralyze the opponent. Unfortunately for Rotom though even though it was close to Scizor the Thunderbolt was drawn away from Scizor and absorbed by the Substitute just like I planned. This however made the Substitute explode leaving bits of rubber all over the place. "Gah, I hate the smell of burning rubber," I said once the smoke started to rise up from the shattered Substitute. I had to admit this Rotom at least knew how to plan, using a move at that close of a range to try and avoid the Substitute was pretty smart, unfortunately the energy placed into a Substitute is like a magnet, and will absorb any attack used on the Pokemon that made the Substitute until it shatters.

    This was not the end of this little exchange, not yet anyway. Rotom got back into place and started to form yet another Electric attack. I couldn't help but wonder what it was planning this time. The only thing I could think of at first though was that Rotom was making another attack out of frustration due to both being hurt by Scizor, and because its last attack didn't even touch Scizor. Still though I had to question what move it was going to use. Was it going to use a Thunder to deal some serious damage? Was it just going to use a ThunderShock to scare Scizor into thinking it was going to hurt it more? Was it going to use Shock Wave so that way its attack couldn't miss? Was it going to use an Electro Ball to deal some damage to Scizor due to the difference in their speeds? Or was it going to use Discharge so it had a better chance of inflicting paralysis on Scizor? Scizor wasn't sure of what Rotom was going to do either, so it jumped away from Rotom and braced itself for Rotom's attack. Well my wondering was soon answered as Rotom finished its attack, and nothing happened.

    “That was a Charge attack, what are ya gonna do now?” Jack said, and asked as he laughed.

    Charge was certainly not the move I was expecting Rotom to use right now. Though Charge was a pretty strategical move in a lot of situations. As its name suggested it charged up power, and if the next attack used was an Electric-type attack then that move would deal twice as much damage than it normally would do. Charge also increases the users Special Defense by one stage. It was a great attack to use if you wanted a powerful move, and a boost in your defenses. In this case though Charge's second effect was pretty worthless since Scizor has pretty bad Special Attack, and is known for using Physical attacks a lot more than it is for using Special attacks. Still though the fact that Rotom's next Electric attack would be doubled in power would still be trouble. Charge was certainly nothing short of deadly here, I could only imagine the kind of damage a Thunder at double its strength could do to Scizor. Even a move like Thunderbolt would be dealing a big impact to Scizor's health. What Charge meant was that Rotom's next attack could easily bring Scizor to the brink of being knocked out, and that was something that I refused to allow to happen. Scizor was too much of a valuable Pokemon to me to allow it to be knocked out so easily.

    After Rotom had finished using Charge the purple bubbles began to form again under Rotom, turning it purple in color and floated away, leaving Rotom once again showing signs of pain. Toxic was slowly sapping away Rotom's health, I knew now it wouldn't take all that much to make Rotom weak enough for a capture. After another round of attacks the damage that Toxic inflicts would rise yet again. That was the interesting thing about Toxic, unlike Poison which sucked away one eight of the affect Pokemon's health each turn, Toxic started out as one sixteenth, and would go on to keep increasing in that many intervals each turn. So by turn four when a Pokemon is feeling Toxic it would lose one fourth of its maximum health. A lot of times when Toxic is used the Pokemon that used it will be told to use moves that stall a battle out such as Protect to keep allowing the opposing Pokemon's health be drained away. This wasn't the case for me though, Rotom still had a long way to go before Toxic would make it weak enough to capture, so I knew that I had to have Scizor land another hit before even attempting to capture Rotom.

    I finally answered Jack's question from earlier about what I would do now. "Well Jack, since Rotom powered up, why don't I have Scizor power up as well," I answered, of course I knew I was going to have to make Scizor do more than just increase its strength, but what I had to wonder was what move was a good one to have Scizor do at this moment in time. It still had a multitude of different attacks at its disposal that it could use on Rotom. I could have had it set itself up for another attack but using a move such as Substitute again. There was always the option of having Scizor use Protect to just avoid Rotom's next attack and allow Toxic to damage it a little more before attacking again. I had the option of using Return to deal a heavy amount of damage since I knew Scizor enjoyed having me as its trainer. There was the option of using Steel Wing which could have also boosted Scizor's defense by a level if I was lucky enough. Then of course there was Light Screen which would have negated Rotom's double power Electric-type attack as long as it was a Special Attack since Light Screen cuts the damage from all Special Attack moves in half. Scizor could use Brick Break to deal some super effect damage to Rotom, but with Toxic also doing damage that could have easily been too much damage, so the same problem would occur if I had Scizor uses Superpower. At this point Facade would have just been a weaker version of Return so it would have been pointless to use. I could have had Scizor uses Roost to take care of the damage it had taken up to this point. I could have also always thrown Rotom off and had Scizor use U-Turn to the point where I brought something else in. Then of course there was its standard popular moves like Double Hit, X-Scissor, and Bullet Punch. I really wasn't sure what to do, I wasn't even sure if Scizor should have used Curse instead of Swords Dance. It was hard to decided what to have it do. I figured I'd do the only thing I could do right now, and that was to wing things and see what would happen, otherwise if I waited this out too long Toxic could finally do too much damage to Rotom, and it would be uncatchable. Though I wasn't all that worried, Rotom was still a little bit of a while away from being finished off by Toxic, so I knew I still had some time to plan.

    "All right now Scizor, first off use a Curse, and then follow up with a Bullet Punch," I said to Scizor who knew what it had to do.

    Curse was a very unique move to say the least. Based on what type the Pokemon using it was it could do one of two things. If the user of the move was a Ghost-type Pokemon it would slice its only health in half, and it lays a curse on the opposing Pokemon which drains one fourth of its maximum health each turn. The most unusual thing about this is that unlike other health reducing moves this move can actually cause the user to knock itself out when used. It was certainly a risky, but strategical move for sure. It was a sure fire way of dealing with a Pokemon that was hard to damage with attacks. The other effect of Curse applied only to Pokemon that weren't of the Ghost-type. This was the effect people liked, it would increase the users Attack, and Defense by one stage, at the cost of the Speed stat being reduced by one stage. This was a sacrifice most people were usually willing to live with for the benefits it gives. Curse was normally seen being used by an already slow Pokemon, such as Scizor, or a Pokemon that had boosted its speed so that it wouldn't have its speed lowered to anything lower than normal, and would still get the bonus effects of Curse.

    Scizor started to glow a shade of red in color, and streams of purple began to rise up around it the time it was powering up. Once it was done it turned a shade of gray to signal that its speed had lowered now. It certainly was interesting to see any sort of power increasing move used by a Pokemon, because they were always so interesting to watch due to how unique each one looked, and because of how you don't really notice any difference in appearance afterward that signals increased strength, excluding Bulk Up. I always found this fascinating at least.

    The reason I decided to have Scizor go for Curse rather than the typical Swords Dance was quite simple really. I wasn't doing it for the boost in defense, I was just concerned that once Swords Dance, and Bullet Punch were used, followed by Toxic damage, Rotom would be knocked out and be unable to be caught. By doing things this way though Scizor still got a boost in strength, and now Bullet Punch wouldn't do nearly as much damage as it would had Scizor increased its strength by two stages. Thus my fears of Bullet Punch and Toxic damage together knocking out Rotom were put at ease.

    Once Scizor was finished it got in a stance where its from leaned forward, but its right arm and claw was held back a little, while its left arm and claw was pointed forward. This meant that Scizor intended to hit Rotom using its right claw. Whenever Scizor went to attack it would always attack with its right claw before attacking with the left, or if the move only used one claw it would just use its right claw only. If I had to guess I would say Scizor was a right handed, well clawed, but that made me wonder do Pokemon actually have a dominate hand, or claw like humans do? Once again before the battle continued I was questioning the many mysteries of Pokemon, but before long I came to my senses and realized that this battle was still going on, and Scizor was just about ready to attack.

    Bullet Punch was a great attack a lot of the time, many also called this the signature move of Scizor, since Scizor, not only got a stab boost from it, but also since it got a Technician boost from it. Bullet Punch was a move that had an increased priority, so most of the time it would usually strike before the opponent could attack, unless they of course used an increased priority move as well. Bullet Punch wasn't a fancy looking move, in fact it was hard to see half of it being used. The user generally charges at the opponent at a very fast pace, and strikes them with several punches instantly. It is usually hard to keep up with every punch that hits, or to count how many actually did hit. Bullet Punch is usually used as an ending move. It is normally used when the Pokemon using it is about to be knocked out, so the trainer wants it to get in one last hit, or when the opposing Pokemon is nearly finished off Bullet Punch is used to finish it before it could get another attack in. Either way Bullet Punch is usually a very useful move, and is not to be taken lightly just because it is low in power.

    With Scizor's attack stat increased by one powering up its Bullet Punch in addition to stab, and Technician, as well as Toxic taking its effect on Rotom, I knew that Rotom wouldn't be around for much longer after this, the only thing I was wondering though was if I should take a Hyperball and throw it at Rotom right after Scizor's attack hit, or if I should wait to see how Rotom is once Bullet Punch hits, and Toxic damage happens. For all I knew with those two things together it wouldn't have been enough to have Rotom weak enough to be captured, and I could easily just be wasting a Hyperball. But of course there was also still always the chance that the capture would fail, and the ball itself would still be in good shape to be used again. Well I figured if you need to take a gamble every now and then, and it was certainly better than waiting to see how Rotom would be, because that would give it a chance at getting a good shot in on Scizor. Still though I decided to see how things would play out, and rather then toss a Hyperball at Rotom, I decided it was best to see what would happen first. But I once again changed my mind and let out a "ah to hell with hit." What I meant by that statement was that if I wanted to capture Rotom I should attempt it now, and that was what I planned to do.

    I threw me bag to the ground, and quickly searched around in it for an empty Hyperball. "That's it, no wait, that's a normal Parkball," I said as I pulled out my Parkball. The thing with Park, Super, and Hyperballs is that at first glance they all look exactly alike, the only real way to tell the difference is by looking at the letter on the underside of the ball. "P" was for "Park", "S" was for "Super", and "H" was for "Hyper". I knew that all I would technically need was a Parkball to capture Rotom, but a Hyperball would make my chances of capturing much better, so that is why I planned to use one, and resumed my search. "Ah, there you are," I said once I found one of my empty Hyperballs. I pulled it out of my bag just as Scizor was ready to finally unleash its attack.

    Once Scizor had perfectly positioned itself, it flung itself at Rotom, and once it got close you could notice its right claw was about to be thrown forward to start hitting Rotom. After Scizor got ready to hit Rotom I made the Hyperball into full size so it could be used, and threw it once Scizor positioned itself far enough away so that the Hyperball would have time to hit Rotom after Scizor's attack, giving Scizor the chance to move.

    It took a lot of debate as to whether or not I should throw the Hyperball before, or after I saw what the outcome of this set of moves would be, but I didn't feel like taking my chances, and allowing Rotom the chance to land a deadly attack on Scizor. It was all down to gamble now, but this wasn't the first time I risked everything on luck, it was the same as earlier with Klang, or in my battle with Vanillite from my previous trip to the park. I just happened to enjoy the thrill of taking a gamble like this, and seeing exactly what the outcome would be. Would it be the end of this battle, and Rotom captured? Would it be the end of this battle, and Rotom knocked out? Or would the battle still be going on after attempting to capture Rotom? Well whatever the outcome would be one thing was for sure, this was certainly the most interesting, as well as entertaining battle I've had in a long time, and whether I captured Rotom or not, I would never forget it.
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    Jack put on his mildly interested face when Eric began his next sets of attacks. The first thing he did was command his Scizor to use Curse. The Scizor went through a series of rainbow inducing stat increases. Jack watched as the Scizor changed from red with streaks of purple, then it turned a shade of gray. After the colorful attack was finished Scizor was ready for the second attack, which Eric was happy to announce as a Bullet Punch.

    Jack knew this might be it. The Bullet Punch, coupled with the same type attack bonus increase, the technician increase, then finally the Curse increase. He had a feeling this was the end, apparently Eric though so too, as he began to rummage around for one of the park balls. Finally he pulled out a hyperball. Jack knew he must have wanted to make sure that Rotom was going to get caught. Using the best ball was probably a good way.

    The Scizor charged at the Rotom, the lower speed would usually mean a problem and it may have even allowed the Rotom to hit the Scizor with the Charge powered electric attack it had planned. However, Bullet Punch just about made the speed fall pointless. The Scizor hit with fast steel punches. The punches were lightning fast and light and they peppered the hovering fridge. The attack increase was apparent as the Rotom called out in pain.

    “Roooooo….”

    After the attack was finished even more purple bubbles could be seen floating away from the Rotom to represent the toxic damage. Rotom was about to finally launch its electric attack as Jack could see bits of electricity begin to form around the huge body. It began to cackle until a sphere appeared in Jack’s peripherals. It was the hyper ball that was in Eric’s hand. Jack knew this battle was over, and apparently, so did Eric.

    The ball connected with the door handle and the whole floating fridge was sucked inside the cramped ball. It fell to the hard surface with a bounce and began to shake. It shook three times until finally. It stopped and a ping echoed through the empty lunch room.

    “Well well well, congratulations. You caught a Rotom, not too many get to say that.” And like that, Jack was bored again.

    “I’ll just hold this until you leave the park, blahdy blah blah…” Jack said and exhaled loudly. He reached down and picked up the ball.

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