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    IC: I didn't know if this Growlithe was courageous, or just plan crazy. Like Aerodactyl it lead off with a move that boosted its power, Howl. Growlithe let a loud howl, louder than the caw that Aerodactyl let out, and with that Growlithe's attack stat was boosted. Though what it did next was what really made me question this Growlithe. It covered its own body with a bright flame, and charged directly at Aerodactyl. Aerodactyl was trying to do its Wing Attack, but Growlithe saw fit to interfere with that, and collided head on with Aerodactyl's left wing. It used Flare Blitz, a powerful Fire-type move, but one that came with the consequence of recoil. Growlithe was sent to the ground and rolled, while Aerodactyl was tumbling across the ground, it almost fell over the edge of the cliff, but managed to grab at the ground at the last second, and return to a battle stance.

    “That took quite a bit out of Growlithe for it being the first turn of the battle. Hopefully we won’t have any further near misses like that one, since our little furry friend will most likely be lacking the power for such another powerful attack. All the same I’d be careful; the Pokemon here are proving to be a lot more resourceful and creative than normal,” Sara said to me.

    "Well, I'm not even sure what to say about that one. Maybe it was creative, or maybe it was crazy, I mean yes it was a powerful attack, but it cost Growlithe some of its energy, and Fire-type moves aren't exactly the best against Rock-types. Still, I have to admire its fighting spirit. You are right though, Aerodactyl, as well as myself, will need to be careful with this one," I replied to Sara. Flare Blitz was certainly unexpected, so there really was no telling what was going to come next. All I knew was that I needed Aerodactyl to be ready. I wasn't exactly sure what I should have Aerodactyl do right now though, I mean, I wanted Aerodactyl to use something that would damage Growlithe, but at the same time I didn't want something so powerful that it'd knock the poor puppy Pokemon out. After seeing the way Aerodactyl managed to keep itself from falling over the edge an idea came to me.

    "Okay Aerodactyl, use a Dragon Claw on the ground to break it a little to make some rocks, though try to hold back a bit, I don't want you to destroy the ground under us, I just want a little of it dug up. Afterward take what gets dug up, and use it for an AncientPower attack," I told Aerodactyl, who seemed to understand. This was fairly simple, I wanted to weaken Growlithe, but I knew by using a Physical Attack, especially a Rock one, way too much damage might be done when considering Aerodactyl's boosted Attack, but Aerodactyl wasn't much of a Special Attacker, so using a Special Attack such as AncientPower seemed like the best idea.

    This didn't seem too complicated to me. First Aerodactyl's claws would turn either a shade of blue, or possibly purple, and it would claw the ground infront of it, rather than Growlithe. The Dragon Claw would, hopefully, break up some of the ground under Aerodactyl, though hopefully not too much, because we still needed this path to walk on, and those pieces of ground that would come up would be used in place of rocks for Aerodactyl's actual attack. This attack was usually associated with ancient Pokemon, namely fossil Pokemon, or Legendaries. A Pokemon who used it must have had some sort of psychic power, because an aura would surround the rocks as they rose up. Aerodactyl would make the ground that he broke up rise, and hurl it over at Growlithe. Though I wasn't exactly after this, AncientPower had a secondary effect. It had a slight chance to raise the users; Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed all by one stage. I wasn't after this though, I just wanted Aerodactyl to weaken Growlithe.

    I debated whether or not I should throw a ball at Growlithe yet. In theory it seemed like a good idea, but then again there was always the chance that Growlithe dodged Aerodactyl's attack, or that Growlithe wasn't weak enough after the move, and then the ball might roll over the edge. I didn't feel like taking any unnecessary risks, and decided it would be better to just let things play out here first.
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    OOC: I already said this in my VM but I am SO SO SO SO FREAKING SORRY this took so long to post ;_;.

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    IC: Ranger: Trainer Sara
    Trainer: Eric
    Location: Interior of Mt. Deckbi
    BP #10


    Aero was one of those Pokemon who, in order to use certain moves, had to makes use of others first. In this case, to use his Ancientpower move to its fullest extent, Aero would need to tear free several decent-sized stones from the ground first and use those as ammo against Growlithe. Eric ordered him to use a Dragon Claw to break free the needed rocks, and Aero wasted no time in carrying out his commands.

    As Growlithe recovered from the double whammy he’d just received, Aero used the physical strength its kind are known to possess to rip away pieces of the path; luckily, the stone pteradon was smart enough to pull away the small boulders that had been worked from the ground from when he’d almost toppled over the edge of the path. Once those were loose, he prepared to start heaving them at his winded opponent.

    Growlithe wasn’t ready to just give in, though. Despite his obvious fatigue, the Puppy Pokemon visibly steeled himself before rushing towards Aero with a loud yip, inhaling deeply before blowing out a streamer or orange-red flames. The Flamethrower was impressive in size and came just as Aero used his Ancientpower attack, hurling the freed chunks of rock at the smaller mammal. The powerful stream of fire managed to knock several smaller rocks off course, but most of the attack hit home. A few of them pelted Growlithe’s chest and legs, a few caught his head, and some bounced off his sides and back.

    Aero didn’t escape unscathed, however. The rocks caused the Flamethrower to split around them, creating a number of smaller fire tunnels. One of these hit Aero right in the snout, while a second caught him in his belly. Even though he was partially immune to Fire attacks, even a Rock Pokemon never appreciated getting flamed in the face. Giving a loud, angry cry, Aero flapped about for a moment and shook his head vigorously to clear the smoldering embers from his eyes. At the same time, Growlithe was crouching close to the ground, tongue lolling as he panted heavily in an effort to catch his breath. It was obvious the battle was wearing harder on him than on Aero.

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    BATTLE STATISTICS:


    Docile Male Aerodactyl: 66.45% HP | Attack/Accuracy +1 | Last move used – Ancientpower

    ??? Male Growlithe: 28.02 HP | Attack +1 | Last move used – Flamethrower

    MCR: 10,772/9,000

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    TRAINER INFORMATION:


    *Name: Eric
    *Location: Mt. Deckbi
    *Trainer Items: 5 Park balls ; 4 Super balls ; 2 Hyper balls ; 1 Full Heal ; 5 Super Potion ; 1x Family Repellent ; 1x Type Repellent ; Digital Camera ; PokePlayer ; 1x Litwick Voice Disc (4 uses left) ; 1x Porygon Voice Disc (4 uses left) ; 9x Pokedoll

    *Area Effects: 7 Encounters Remaining | Midday outside | Very warm
    *Pokemon Encountered: Darumaka ; Magby ; Sandslash ; Reshiram ; Larvesta ; Garchomp ; Steelix ; Growlithe
    *Pokemon Captured: Jolly Male Darumaka ; Calm Female Larvesta

    *MCR Count: 0

    *Pokemon Stats:
    -Jolly Genderless Starmie @ Natural Cure w/ EMs TM 13 Ice Beam, TM 14 Blizzard, TM 24 Thunderbolt, TM 29 Psychic, TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 59 Hidden Power (Ghost), TM 63 Icy Wind, TM 106 Skill Swap, HM 03 Surf, HM 07 Waterfall, MT-Magic Coat | 66.97%

    -Docile Male Aerodactyl @ Rock Head w/ EMs TM 06 Toxic, TM 10 Double Edge, TM 26 Earthquake, TM 32 Double Team, TM 33 Reflect, TM 38 Fire Blast, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Rock), TM 64 Protect, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 89 Dragon Claw, TM 95 Taunt, TM 100 Flamethrower, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, TM 140 Hone Claws, TM 144 Smack Down, TM 159 Bulldoze, BM-Pursuit, BM-Tailwind, MT-Aqua Tail | Out of Ball | In Battle | 66.45%

    -Brave Male Ambipom @ Technician w/ EMs TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 ThunderPunch, 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, TM 155 Acrobatics, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, BM-Switcheroo, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick | 48.02%

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    OOC: Yes, and I said in two VMs, and as well as various IMs over the course of the run that it was alright. So don't worry about it. Also if the capture works I'll just leave after this, I don't feel like sticking around to see if something else I might want shows up.

    IC: Ancientpower hit Growlithe dead on, and seemed to do some serious damage. This wasn't the end of Growlithe though, it mounted one more offensive strike. Even though Growlithe had been pelted by a Rock-type move, it still got up to attack. Well that's what you'd think happened anyway, but Growlithe wasn't the kind of Pokemon to just get abused, it proved that when it charged at Aerodactyl as it used Wing Attack. While Aerodactyl was using Ancientpower, Growlithe took in a deep breath, and fired out a surge of fire from its mouth. This was Flamethrower, the standard Fire-type move seen. It was a powerful move, learned by many Fire-types, as well as many non Fire-types too, such as Aerodactyl.

    Growlithe released the flames at Aerodactyl, at the same time that Aerodactyl was using Ancientpower, causing the rocks and flames to collide. Some of the rocks slipped past Growlithe's flames, and hit Growlithe head on, whilst some of the flames managed to hit Aerodactyl in its nose, as well as its stomach. Aerodactyl let out a cry, though it was still alright, it didn't seemed burned. Growlithe on the other hand was done, and at this point it seemed like it was nearly down for the count, but still I didn't want to take any unnecessary risks, I wanted Growlithe captured, and nothing more. If I knew Growlithe would stay down I'd throw a ball now, but I couldn't guarantee anything, and the last thing I wanted was for Growlithe to struggle in the ball, or break free from the ball, and fall over the edge in either scenario. No, I needed to do one last thing.

    "Use Toxic Aerodactyl!" I commanded. It was fairly simple, once Aerodactyl regained its composure I wanted it to use Toxic. If it hit it would have meant Growlithe would be inflicted with badly poison status, this would have made Growlithe easier to capture. On the other side of things if it hit Growlithe, and Growlithe managed to escape then Toxic would weaken Growlithe's health a little more, without Aerodactyl needing to attack again. And on the final look of things, if Growlithe dodged this, it would probably exhaust almost the rest of its strength doing so. Any way that I looked at it it seemed like a good idea.

    Aerodactyl started by taking in a deep breath. Toxic was a move that was purple in color, and took on the appearance of goo. When it hits the opposing Pokemon they turn purple in color, and each time they take damage from Toxic, purple bubbles rise up from under their body. What Toxic did was badly poison the opposing Pokemon, and what this did was cause them to lose one-sixteenth of their maximum health at the end of each turn of battle, and then this increased by another one-sixteenth each time the Pokemon was damaged by Toxic. I wasted no time at all, from my backpack I pulled out an unused Park Ball, and I waited, I waited to see what would happen with Toxic once Aerodactyl used it, and once I saw something happen I would throw the Park Ball at Growlithe. All that was really left to do now was hope for the best.
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    OOC: I can't tell you how sorry I am that this has taken me so long to get posted ><. I've been trying to get a work-at-home position lately and it's been taking practically all of my free time @__@.

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    IC: Ranger: Trainer Sara
    Trainer: Eric
    Location: Exterior of Mt. Deckbi
    NBP #15


    Aero recovered before Growlithe did, which wasn’t surprising considering the fact that he hadn’t spent nearly as much energy in this battle as Growlithe had. From the get-go the Puppy Pokemon had shown an amazing level of…I didn’t want to say aggression, but it was definitely not bravery. It was more like Growlithe had seen a challenge and recklessly decided to tackle it. In fact, that was the perfect word to describe Growlite: reckless. It probably got him into a lot of trouble before now, but if he kept this personality when he evolved, he’d become a dangerous opponent. Luckily, Arcanine were as loyal as when they were unevolved, so at least Eric wouldn’t have to worry about him being difficult to control.

    Aero’s final command was an order to use Toxic. Once he recovered enough to do so, the stone pteradon inhaled a deep breath, then rose his back, arched his neck, and gaped his massive jaws wide open. He made a wet sort of hacking noise that made me wince slightly; even though I knew it was normal for non-Poison Pokemon to have a bit of difficulty using Toxic (and that using such a move caused them no harm), it was still a little hard to witness how some of them did it. It seemed in this cause that Aero was going to use bile as a main component in his attack, and I couldn’t help but make a face as I thought about it. After all, no one likes to think about watching someone get puked on.

    After retching a few times, Aero finally coughed up a thick wad of bile that had a purple tinge to it. I couldn’t help but feel sorry for Growlithe as Aero tossed his head and spat the Toxic at him; it smacked the poor pup right in the snout. Momentarily drained from Aero’s Ancientpower and the strain of his powerful Flamethrower, it took the smaller Pokemon a moment to react to what just happened. When he finally noticed it, he started yelping and wiping at his face, trying to get the poisonous bile off himself.

    After a few seconds the goo had thoroughly matted the fur on Growlithe’s face and front paws, and it was obvious the little Pokemon was already feeling the effects of it. As weak as he already was, it wasn’t surprising that the Toxic was hitting him hard right from the start. Staggering a bit, Growlithe aimlessly tottered around for a moment before sitting down heavily, looking completely lost. It was obvious he wasn’t in any shape to keep battling, and as I was getting ready to say something, I saw a Park Ball sail through the air. Apparently Eric could see it too, that Growlithe was pretty much done. The Ball bounced off Growlithe’s back before popping open and sucking him inside; it then snapped shut and fell to the ground, giving one feeble, barely visible wiggle before falling still.

    “Well, there’s that one,” I commented after a moment, going to scoop up the Ball and place it with those of the Pokemon Eric had already got. “And that also makes three. So you get to choose: call it quits and leave with what you’ve already caught, or keep going and see if you find anything else you might want more than one of these guys.”

    ===

    TRAINER INFORMATION:


    *Name: Eric
    *Location: Mt. Deckbi
    *Trainer Items: 4 Park balls ; 4 Super balls ; 2 Hyper balls ; 1 Full Heal ; 5 Super Potion ; 1x Family Repellent ; 1x Type Repellent ; Digital Camera ; PokePlayer ; 1x Litwick Voice Disc (4 uses left) ; 1x Porygon Voice Disc (4 uses left) ; 9x Pokedoll

    *Area Effects: 7 Encounters Remaining | Midday outside | Very warm
    *Pokemon Encountered: Darumaka ; Magby ; Sandslash ; Reshiram ; Larvesta ; Garchomp ; Steelix ; Growlithe
    *Pokemon Captured: Jolly Male Darumaka ; Calm Female Larvesta ; Rash Male Growlithe

    *MCR Count: 0

    *Pokemon Stats:
    -Jolly Genderless Starmie @ Natural Cure w/ EMs TM 13 Ice Beam, TM 14 Blizzard, TM 24 Thunderbolt, TM 29 Psychic, TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 59 Hidden Power (Ghost), TM 63 Icy Wind, TM 106 Skill Swap, HM 03 Surf, HM 07 Waterfall, MT-Magic Coat | 66.97%

    -Docile Male Aerodactyl @ Rock Head w/ EMs TM 06 Toxic, TM 10 Double Edge, TM 26 Earthquake, TM 32 Double Team, TM 33 Reflect, TM 38 Fire Blast, TM 44 Rest, TM 50 Substitute, TM 53 Curse, TM 59 Hidden Power (Rock), TM 64 Protect, TM 75 Swagger, TM 76 Sleep Talk, TM 82 Attract, TM 89 Dragon Claw, TM 95 Taunt, TM 100 Flamethrower, TM 101 Rock Tomb, TM 102 Aerial Ace, TM 109 Roost, TM 125 Rock Polish, TM 126 Stone Edge, TM 129 Stealth Rock, TM 140 Hone Claws, TM 144 Smack Down, TM 159 Bulldoze, BM-Pursuit, BM-Tailwind, MT-Aqua Tail | Out of Ball | 66.45%

    -Brave Male Ambipom @ Technician w/ EMs TM 45 Thunder Wave, TM 71 Return, TM 74 Ice Punch, TM 80 ThunderPunch, 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, TM 155 Acrobatics, BM-Counter, BM-Fake Out, BM-Switcheroo, MT-Seed Bomb, MT-Low Kick | 48.02%

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    OOC: I'm not even saying it's fine anymore, cause it is, I made my point.

    IC: Toxic hit Growlithe dead on, and it had sealed its fate. Growlithe tried it's hardest to get the Toxic off of it, but it was much too tired, and now it was perfectly capable to be captured. I threw the ball, and it made its mark square on Growlithe, who was sucked into the ball, and captured without much of a resistance. The puppy Pokemon was now apart of my team, just like Darumaka and Larvesta.

    “Well, there’s that one, and that also makes three. So you get to choose: call it quits and leave with what you’ve already caught, or keep going and see if you find anything else you might want more than one of these guys,” Sara said to me, as she went and picked up Growlithe's ball. I was actually tempted to stick around, and keep going to see what I could find, but I couldn't, I was itching to go to Meteor Valley, plus I needed to go attempt to capture some Pokemon to give to others, I mean Christmas was only two months away, and I wanted to be ready.

    "Thanks Sara, but I'll need to pass, and leave here. Thanks for taking me through here though, I was able to catch some pretty nice stuff thanks to you, and for that I'm grateful, but now I need to set my sights on my next run. I wish you good luck with future jobs you may take though. I'm ready to go whenever, and I'll take the three Pokemon I caught, Darumaka, Larvesta, and Growlithe, as well as that $5,000 in picture money," I said as I returned Aerodactyl to its Pokeball, and threw my backpack back over my shoulder.
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    Ended as requested
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