The wind was in my face. It felt so good, gliding around on my Gliscor's back. It was not to last, however, because my poor, injured Pokemon couldn't withstand my weight. He began to plummet back to the ground with me on its back.
"Mayday, mayday!" I shouted out as I spiraled back down to earth. Gliscor seemed to be trying to urge me off with a few small, controlled shakes. As I began to near dangerously close to the oncoming ground, I managed to slide myself off of the FlyScorp Pokemon and hit the hard-packed earth with a thud.
As I got back onto my feet, the first thing I noticed was the Kingler. It loomed ahead, but did not seem to notice me. This was good because it wouldn't decide to try to murder me with its gigantic claws. However, its focus was trained upon my Gliscor who apparently had started to regain its balance. The orange crab greeted my starter with a fury of small bubbles. The attack seemed to be simply show but it obviously wasn't quite working. It looked more like a bubble sprinkler that one would give a small child to keep it entertained.
Gliscor seemed to shrug it off but I knew that it had done some damage. I needed to give it an attack order. It was in the middle of a swoop, so I thought that it would be useful to use this to my advantage.
"Quickly, Gliscor!" I called out, on my knees. "Use U-Turn to get back into the sky and then use your Sky Attack!"
The U-Turn would give it a little boost and preserve the speed that it had acquired while in the downward spiral to earth. It would then fly back up into the air and charge up a monstrously powerful Sky Attack. A Sky Attack would usually involve the Pokemon being cloaked in a harsh light the first turn and charge down upon the foe with a destructive force. I had only used this particular move once before and was eager to see it once again.
The only problem would be that I would be stuck on the ground with an angry Kingler. I decided to chance it anyway as I had already given an order. I decided that I would stay where I was and try to not look like a target.