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    'Wow!' I thought to myself, seeing the Sneasel multiply. Some expressions came to mind, when I was thinking of how to counter the Sneasel. One being 'Fight fire with fire,' another, 'If you can't beat them, join them.' With that thought I shouted out at Breloom, 'Double Team!' Breloom glowed, then 12 Brelooms were surrounding the four Sneasels. Hopefully it would confuse the Sneasels letting Breloom charge up a powerful Focus Punch, hopefully able to destroy the Sneasel copies in one critical hit. 'Focus Punch' I shouted, with adrenaline pumping threw my veins. The Brelooms all put there arm back, looking ready to charge forward and attack. 'Let's hope they can't find the right Breloom,' I whispered to my Ranger.

    The Sneasels starting attacking, in the dark cave, taking down the copies one by one, I hoped they wouldn't hit the real thing, before it could hit them first.

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    vs. Sneasel BP3

    Near commanded his Breloom to use Double Team. The mushroom Pokémon split into 12 different copies, only one of which was actually tangible. My jaw dropped at the sight of the attack. No Pokémon could possibly produce 12 clones of itself. I collected m wits and shrugged it off as a “glitch in the system.”

    The 4 copies that Sneasel had created all leapt towards Breloom. The each took to slash at each of the copies, until only 4 remained. Then, with a chuckle, Sneasel retreated back to his original spot. With Beat Up over, the four Sneasel fused back into one. I was in even more awe after seeing what Sneasel had done. This attack seemed pretty interesting, even if it was a bit slow.

    With a swipe of his claws, Sneasel released an icy wind that flew towards Breloom and his “shadow clones.” The air grew colder than it already was. Small bits of ice started to form on my shoulder, but I quickly brushed it off. If the attack managed to hit Breloom, then it would bring about horrible consequences.

    [[OOC: To answer your question on AIM: Yeah, 12 copies is sort of godmodding. Usually, Double Team produces about 5 or 6 copies. At least, that's what I've seen so far. You can also create tangible copies (that are capable of attack) at the cost of some HP. Think practicality. Don't worry, though, I fixed it for you. :)]]
    _______________________
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: N/A

    Items: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x10, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x4, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining)
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    BATTLE STATISTICS
    Sneasel (F, Impish, Inner Focus) - 74.20%
    Currently using: Icy Wind
    Rarity/MCR: Uncommon/9,000
    MCR remaining until capture: 5,850

    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 81.79%
    Last attack used: Double Team

    POKEMON STATS:
    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 100%
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

  3. #18

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    An Icy Wind was going straight at Breloom. But I'm a mean trainer. So I simply did nothing. It's not like Breloom had any actual emotions. It wouldn't know if I cared about it. It's stupid enough to think I simply made a mistake. So yes. I did just stand there. And I didn't feel even slightly sorry for Breloom. I fed it. I gave it shelter. It deserved to feel a little bit of pain. So I watched. I knew it was waiting for my commands. But quite frankly, it was pretty ugly, and not a single person I know like's an ugly Pokemon, so no one else will care either. I saw the look of fear in Breloom's eyes. I shot of guilt ran through me. When Breloom finally realized I wasn't going to say anything, it took control of the battle itself. I saw it try to dodge, it then started to glow and I could see a line of energy connect itself with Sneasel, it looked as if it was trying to sap energy from Sneasel. It must have been Mega Drain. I wondered if Sneasel's Icy Wind would hit, and break the energy line, or if Breloom would be able to steal some of Sneasel's health.

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    vs. Sneasel BP4

    As Sneasel’s ice-powered attack came towards Breloom, I was waiting for Near to do something. However, the Pokémon Trainer just sat there in silence. I wasn’t sure what he was doing. What was trying his best to come up with a strategy? Was he daydreaming? Was he just ignoring his Pokémon? I thought to myself that the latter could not possibly be right.

    Breloom looked back at his trainer in confusion. I could imagine that he too was confused. I guess Breloom, lacking any real direction from his trainer, decided to go into automatic battle mode, or maybe, he and his trainer had some kind of telepathic connection that allowed them to read each other’s mind. The Pokémon created a line of energy that connected him with Sneasel. The Pokémon was possibly using Mega Drain, an attack that would allow him to drain some of Sneasel’s energy. I was kind of relieved that Breloom was attacking, but I knew that his attack would be futile.

    You see, the timeframe between Breloom’s attack and Sneasel’s attack was too great. Sneasel’s Icy Wind attack would hit before Breloom could complete his attack. There was also the matter of type effectiveness. Trying to use a Grass-type attack on an Ice-type Pokémon was just… ….not very… …smart. Even if the attack managed to hit Sneasel, it wouldn’t do much damage. That was why Pokémon needed trainers: to help them to make the right decisions in battle.

    My predictions were correct. Before Breloom could complete the attack, Sneasel had hit it with the icy attack. The line of energy connecting Sneasel and Breloom shattered. What’s worse is that when I looked back over at Breloom, I realized that the poor Pokémon was frozen solid. The look of terror on the Pokémon’s face during the moments before he would be hit was frozen in place. I felt kind of bad looking at the Pokémon. I then looked at Near. It was his job to direct the Pokémon, so why was he not doing anything?

    Sneasel grinned villainously. Then, it reared one claw backwards and started to run towards Breloom. I’d seen a Sneasel use this attack before. Even though it was easy to think the Pokémon was using Night Slash, Sneasel was actually using Aerial Ace. When Sneasel used Aerial Ace, it reminded me of my favorite TV shows as a child where the hero and villain would charge at each other in the final climactic battle. Just before they hit each other, the screen would go dark and the sound of a sword slashing something could be heard. When the screen returned back to normal, the villain (or sometimes, but very rarely, the hero) could be found lying the ground, bleeding.

    I knew that if Sneasel’s attack managed to hit Breloom, it would be just like my favorite childhood TV shows. While Breloom would not be dead, he would most definitely be knocked out, with major scars and bruises on his body. The situation wasn’t looking very good for the Pokémon since he was frozen. I could only imagine the horrible thoughts going through his head as he watched the Dark-type Pokémon charge at him with an attack that would end his part of the battle, knowing that he could do nothing to counter it. I only hope the Pokémon’s trainer came to his senses and helped him out.
    _______________________
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: N/A

    Items: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x10, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x4, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining)
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    BATTLE STATISTICS
    Sneasel (F, Impish, Inner Focus) - 74.20%
    Currently using: Aerial Ace
    Rarity/MCR: Uncommon/9,000
    MCR remaining until capture: 4,782

    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31% [FRZ]
    Last attack used: Breloom is frozen solid!

    POKEMON STATS:
    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 100%
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

  5. #20

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    Now that Breloom was frozen, it was completely useless, I decided I'd let another Pokemon have a go at Sneasel. I grabbed Breloom's Pokeball and clicked the center, and Breloom turned into it's hidden form inside of the ball. I didn't really understand how something so big, could fit into a ball, of such a small size, the mystery of it was compelling, and I've always wondered about it, it seems like the Pokemon becomes some sort of mist. I don't see how this is possible, but we can't really question the world that God created, and some things, will always be a mystery. I wish that Breloom could have been more helpful, but, he just wasn't, and frozen, he was even worse. Maybe Breloom thinks I was protecting it when I returned it to it's Pokeball, I don't want it to know I was just mad at how horrible it was, since I might need to use it again, and who knows if it'll try to help if I think it's not helpful.

    "Go Jolteon!" I shouted, as I sent my Jolteon out to face off against Sneasel. It seemed like a fair match-up, neither of the pokemon were weak to each other, but my Jolteon was faster, and speed always matters. My preference of Pokemon is definitely that they're fast. Because if you can move first, you can use moves that prevent the other Pokemon from moving, making them miss a turn, and letting you advance.

    Jolteon was one of my favorite Pokemon, and I definitely didn't want it to get hurt, even the slightest bit. But I knew that would be unavoidable, hopefully it wouldn't become as damaged as my Breloom, and hopefully, it'll be able to do much more then Breloom did. My Jolteon was the best of it's kind, trained to know an abundance of moves, over seventy of them! Everyone knew that my Jolteon was the best around.

    "Jolteon try and use Rock Smash against the cave wall to cause rocks to fall on Sneasel, and well Sneasel's distracted use thunder-wave!"

    Jolteon swiftly ran up to the side of the cave and bashed it with it's paws, then quickly after it erupted in yellow and blue sparks, and sent a wave of electricity directly towards Sneasel.

    I watched to see what would happen, and if the Sneasel would end up paralyzed. Hopefully Jolteon would live up to it's name, as the very best Jolteon in all of Sinnoh. Hopefully, it wouldn't let me down.
    Last edited by ~Near; 12th November 2010 at 11:37 AM.

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    vs. Sneasel BP5

    Breloom sat there frozen, unable to move a muscle. I kind of felt sorry for the Pokémon and even considered tossing him an Ice Heal. However, in the end, I decided not to interfere with the trainer’s battle. It was his fight, and I was very confident that he would be able to handle things on his own.

    Near unclipped the Pokeball that had previously held Breloom from his belt. After clicking the button on the Pokeball, Breloom was recalled to his Pokeball and given a break from the battle that had managed to get the best of him. It was a wise decision on Near’s part, one that would most likely prove to be the right decision. I wondered which Pokémon he would decide to use next. All of his Pokémon were pretty rare and useful, so it would be interesting to see what his next strategy would be.

    After a bit of thought, Near unclipped a Pokémon from his belt and threw it forward. After the bright white light that was emitted from the Pokémon had receded, it became clear that Near’s next choice was Jolteon. The Pokémon’s fur sparkled and flashed as he shook small sparks of electricity from his fur.

    "Jolteon, try and use Rock Smash against the cave wall to cause rocks to fall on Sneasel, and while Sneasel's distracted use Thunder Wave!"

    It was a good strategy. The rocks on the ground would fall on Sneasel, trapping him. Then, Jolteon would release a wave of electricity that would not hurt Sneasel, but would rather render him incapable of moving. Now, all that was left was to actually pull the attack off.

    Jolteon, at his amazing speed, started to run up the side of the wall. It was like the video game character that ran so fast that he could run through loops without falling. After managing to get to the ceiling of the cave, Jolteon smashed his paws into the wall with tremendous force.

    Rocks began to fall from the ceiling, along with a few sharp stalactites. Luckily, Sneasel was sable to dodge the stalactites that fell to the ground. He began to jump from stone to stone as they fell in an effort to reach the Jolteon who was amazingly still on the ceiling. However, he was done in by a large chuck of limestone that fell from the cave ceiling and landed on top of him.

    Immediately, Jolteon let go of the ceiling, and as he fell down, blue-yellow sparks of electricity started to emanate from his body. The sparks formed a cave that spread further from his body like radio waves from a tower. When the wave of electricity had managed to make contact with Sneasel, Jolteon stopped generating the electricity.

    Sneasel slowly got up, lifting the limestone up as he rose. Then, with all of his might, he chucked the large mineral slab in Jolteon’s direction with the intent to do the same to him as Jolteon had done earlier.
    _______________________
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: N/A

    Items: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x10, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x4, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining)
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    BATTLE STATISTICS
    Sneasel (F, Impish, Inner Focus) - 66.72% [PRZ]
    Currently using: Strength
    Rarity/MCR: Uncommon/9,000
    MCR remaining until capture: 2,497

    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 100%
    Last attack used: Rock Climb + Thunder Wave

    POKEMON STATS:
    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31% [FRZ]
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Last edited by rockman0; 13th November 2010 at 10:47 PM.
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

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    "Good job Jolteon!" I shouted, I made a mental note to reward Jolteon with something nice later, for it's job well done. Everything had worked exactly as planned, and now with Sneasel being semi-immobile, I would have a chance to help Breloom, so that it could be used to it's full potential again.

    I always wanted to do more damage to Sneasel. Because the more I damaged it, the easier it would be to catch. I looked over Jolteon's moves, and found one that was a Fighting type move. 'Perfect,' I thought, I knew that Sneasel was very weak to Fighting, so hopefully it would do a decent amount of damage. I remember my mentor telling me that ice was weak to fighting and that dark was also weak to fighting, so Sneasel's Dark/Ice combination, wouldn't stand a chance against my Jolteon's fighting type move, if it were to get hit.

    That's when I remembered the piece of rock that Sneasel had sent in Jolteon's direction. I was going to need to think fast, as Jolteon was about to be hit. If it were to get hit then I would be gravely damaged, and that wouldn't be good. Once again I was going to need to use Jolteon's speed to it's advantage. I quickly thought up a plan, then quickly relayed it to Jolteon.

    "Use Quick Attack, then well you're running out of the boulders way use Heal Bell, and finish off by striking Sneasel with Double Kick!" I commanded of Jolteon.

    I really hoped that Jolteon would be able to dodge the boulder, because, if it were to use Heal Bell, I would get to hear the most amazing sound in the world and apart from that, my Breloom would be cured of it's status problem. Heal Bell sounds so beautiful, like a soft melody. I've only heard Jolteon use it once, hopefully this would be my chance, to hear it a second time.

    I watched Jolteon start moving, questions jumped to my mind:
    Would Jolteon dodge the boulder? Would Jolteon cure Breloom with? Would Jolteon manage to hit Sneasel with Double Kick?

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    vs. Sneasel BP6

    "Use Quick Attack, then well you're running out of the boulders way use Heal Bell, and finish off by striking Sneasel with Double Kick!"

    Near quickly called out to Jolteon in respond to the incoming slab of limestone. I was a bit impressed that the trainer would attempt such a long combination attack. Most combination attacks that I saw trainers use were only two attacks mixed together; however, Near was attempting to pull off a 3-attack combination. It would be awesome to see the attack successfully hit.

    Jolteon was instantly out of the way of the attack. It was almost as if he had teleported. A white trail of light was left in his place. Then, the Pokémon started to glow as he radiated with cool colors. Shades of blue, green, and yellow emanated from the Pokémon.

    After a bit of time, I could hear a sound. It was a calm, soothing sound that started off faint and grew stronger. My whole body was relaxed. Something near Near caught my eye, and after looking in the direction of the trainer, I realized that the Pokeball containing Breloom was glowing as greenish color. It must have been Heal Bell healing the frozen Pokémon within.

    Meanwhile, Sneasel struggled up to his feet. His body felt sluggish and heavy, but nonetheless, he managed to pull himself together. Sneasel eyed Jolteon who was charging at him, ready to pull off the final piece of his combination attack. After collecting his wits about him, Sneasel also lunged his body towards Jolteon.

    The two Pokémon were headed straight for each other. Jolteon turned his body to ready him to kick Sneasel. Sneasel rushed towards Jolteon and also moved his body into a kicking position. When the two Pokémon were finally within reach of each other, turned around and kicked his hind legs forward. Sneasel, meanwhile, ducked, dodging the attack, and swept his leg forward in an attempted to make a hit. The Pokémon was successful in landing a hit on Jolteon, but not before also taking damage from Jolteon’s second kick.

    Sneasel was knocked straight back into a cavern wall, while Jolteon lose his footing and fell to the ground on his belly.
    _______________________
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: N/A

    Items: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x10, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x4, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining)
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    BATTLE STATISTICS
    Sneasel (F, Impish, Inner Focus) - 33.51% [PRZ]
    Currently using: Low Kick
    Rarity/MCR: Uncommon/9,000
    MCR remaining until capture: 565

    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 88.5%
    Last attack used: Quick Attack + Heal Bell + Double Kick

    POKEMON STATS:
    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31%
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

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    Sneasel seemed much weaker then it had been at the start of the battle. This was my chance to capture it! I looked into my nap-sack, I had Parkballs Super Balls and Hyper Balls. I knew that I wanted Sneasel really badly, so I grabbed my very best ball, a Hyper Ball.

    To increase my chances of capturing it I sprayed some Soothing Fragrance Super, now Sneasel might not try as hard to escape my Ball.

    I thought that I might be able to get one last attack in before throwing the Hyper Ball at it. I wanted a move that Jolteon could use quickly. That wasn't to strong as to kill the Sneasel either. Maybe the fragrance would make Sneasel less expecting of the attack, and give Jolteon a better chance at hitting it.

    "Jolteon use thundershock!" I screamed out.

    The minute Jolteon started pulsating with electricity, I through my Hyper Ball at Sneasel, hoping to hit it right after Thundershock hit.

    OOC: I used my soothing fragrance plus for -1.8k characters, and a hyper ball.

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    vs. Sneasel BP7

    Sneasel was now on his last leg. He wouldn’t be too hard to capture. At least, that’s what I was thinking. I wasn’t quite sure what Near’s plans were. It would most definitely be possible to capture Sneasel by now. However, there was also the possibility to weaken Sneasel just a little bit more.
    Near began to rummage through his bag, which caused me to assume that he was going to attempt to capture Sneasel now. He pulled out the yellow Pokeball with black stripes, also known as a Hyperball, the best Pokeball that you could buy. He must have been trying to cover every obstacle that could possibly allow Sneasel to break free.
    He clicked the button on the Pokeball that made it grow larger, however, he also commanded Jolteon to use Thundershock. Jolteon nodded and started to charge up electricity within his fur. His fur crackled as he collected the electricity. Then, in a sudden burst, he released all of the electricity that he’d managed to collect.
    Sneasel attempted to jump out of the way, but was immobilized by the paralysis that he’d suffered earlier. He’s pushed himself too far and was now suffering the consequences. The Thundershock hit him dead on from above, causing even more damage to the Pokémon’s health.
    After spraying some Soothing Fragrance Super into the air, Near threw the Hyperball towards Sneasel. The Pokeball emitted a bright red wave of light that engulfed Sneasel and sucked him within. The ball fell to the ground and bounced a bit before settling down. It pulsed and twitched as Sneasel struggled to get out.
    After a few minutes, the Pokeball stopped pulsing. It rested on the ground, motionless as a deep tone echoed out of it, signaling that the capture was successfully. I quickly walked over to the Pokeball and picked it up. Then, I walked back over to Near and handed him the Pokeball.
    “Congratulations on your first capture,” I said as I handed the Pokeball to him.
    _______________________
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: Sneasel

    Items on Hand: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x9, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x3, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining); Hyperball x1; Soothing Fragrance Super x1
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    POKEMON STATS:
    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 88.5%
    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31%
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

  11. #26

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    "Oh my god like what the fuck I just caught like the coolest Pokemon ever!!!" I exclaimed. I had finally captured Sneasel. I didn't want to be greedy, but I couldn't help it, I wanted to capture even more Pokemon. I thought about what I wanted. Finally I decided on Riolu, it was definitely cute enough, and Lucario was one of the strongest Pokemon out there, with it's amazing legendary-like aura.

    We moved on in the cave, I knew that Riolu liked to live slightly deep inside. When I thought I was deep enough I pulled out my Disc Player and stuck the Riolu disc inside. It made a weird noise, clearly that of a Riolu, I waited to see if a Riolu would show up, or if I would have to move deeper into the cave.

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    Default Re: Individual RP: ~Near

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    Near jumped into the air as he shouted out in joy. I couldn’t help but smile a bit as the kid celebrated his first capture in the National Park. After watching him jump up and down for a bit, got pretty bored and tried to move things along.

    “So, if you’ve got everything together,” I started. “Then, shall we move on?”

    The trainer nodded and followed me as we walked deeper into the dark cave. I ordered Luxray to use Flash once again. It was amazing to see what the forest actually looked like. There were a group of Zubat and Golbat hanging upside down on the cave’s ceiling. They seemed peaceful right now, but I knew that come nighttime, they would turn into horrible little vampiric Pokémon that fed on blood. I shuddered at the thought of a giant Golbat hanging on my shoulders, sucking my blood dry.

    Near started to rummage in his backpack for something. Then, he pulled out the Disc Player that he’d used earlier to attract Sneasel. He put in a disc with a picture of a Riolu on it, and then pressed play. I listened as the sound of a Riolu echoed throughout the cave. The sounds echoed as the waves bounced off each wall and onto another.

    After a bit of time, the sound faded and we were greeted by pure silence. It was almost too silent, so to speak. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the sound of a Riolu came back towards us. It echoed and filled the cave with a sort of spooky atmosphere. Then, a Riolu came rushing towards us with its hands drawn back.

    “Well,” I said. “There’s your Riolu.”

    And just like that, after finishing one battle, another battle was about to get started.
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    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    13
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel
    Pokemon Captured: Sneasel

    Items on Hand: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x9, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Intermidiate Disk (Riolu) x1, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x3, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining); Hyperball x1; Soothing Fragrance Super x1
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    POKEMON STATS:
    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 88.5%
    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31%
    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Last edited by rockman0; 20th November 2010 at 01:53 AM.
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

  13. #28

    Default Re: Individual RP: ~Near

    Riolu reminded me of a fox. It has a snout, kind-of at least, and it just has that fox like body. It's like a blueberry fox, since like, it's blue. Also, we all know, you are what you eat, so clearly this Riolu eats way to many blueberries. Man I like blueberries. They taste really good. I wonder what roasted Riolu tasted like, I'll be sure to try it someday. I'd also like to try Cherubi, it looks like a complete cherry, therefore, must taste like a cherry. "Is eating Pokemon even legal?" I thought to myself. I don't ever remember hearing a law about it. But like, common sense is common sense. If everyone went around eating Pokemon, there wouldn't be any for me to capture then enslave! They're very important to my mining company, because without them what am I suppose to do? Pay people? Like that's going to happen. Seriously though, some Pokemon are just way to cute to even consider eating, and some, just way to awesome. The only one I know that's cute, and awesome, is Smeargle, like I'd do so many inappropriate things to that thing, if it were legal age. Unfortunately for me, Smeargle's only live to be seventeen years old. What a shame. One day, I'll make a potion that let's them live a year longer. Oh joy, the fun I will have after I manage that. For now I'll have to stick with my Smeargle sock puppet. I have lot's a sock puppets of Pokemon, they include, Smeargle, Pichu, Jigglypuff, Jolteon, Eevee, Wailmer, and some more, I don't really feel like naming them all, but pretty much any you'd consider as cute and fuckable. I'm slightly afraid an actual Wailmer would crush me, but I'm sure I could find a way. Just like how I found a way to get that one evil little apple that was at the very top of the tree. Oh my god though, that apple tasted amazing, and the fact that I had to work for it, made it that much better. Just like how I'm going to have to work really hard for Riolu, so getting Riolu will feel that much better. I'd never even thought I'd be able to see a Riolu in battle before, and now, I actually have a chance to catch one! It's one of the happiest days of my life. Wow, my life is pathetic, especially if this is the happiest one. Damn, I've gone and made myself depressed, well, time to decide on a Pokemon to use.

    I guess it was Smeargle's time to shine, or as I like to call him, Mr. Painter. I thought Smeargle looked pretty cool, mostly because of his tail. He's pretty plain, simple beige, with a spot of green on his tail, but I think he would make a great pet, which really is what Pokemon are, fun pets that you force to battle each other. Just like chickens. Smeargle is pretty useless but, he can do some really cool stuff, since he's a complete copycat and can copycat virtually any move at all, which makes him very viable. I got my Smeargle to learn ten moves from copying my other Pokemon, my favorite out of them is Spore, since, it makes Pokemon go to sleep, and pretty much useless, therefore easy to battle, and possibly capture.

    Smeargle was used to get my other Pokemon strengthened up, it had the ability to boost it's strength, and then pass it onto a different Pokemon, which I thought was very cool. Once I won a battle, because Smeargle made one of my other Pokemon so strong, that it was able to kill everything it faced, in a single hit.

    Since Smeargle was one of my favorite Pokemon I treated it almost like a person, I even dyed a patch of hair gold, to show how precious I thought it was, it also made it unique, which was really awesome. I like when my Pokemon are different, because then people will notice them, and all Pokemon like attention, even ones that are really shy, they just don't like asking for it. I even feed Smeargle homemade food, I don't want it eating anything bought from shops, because then it would probaly end up eating parts of another Smeargle, who knows what they put in those food bags. They didn't even taste good, I would know, after I tried the food, I never gave Smeargle any ever again, it was absolutely disgusting. I'd have considered letting Smeargle eat it, if it had actually tasted good, but it was just awful, like actually so awful. It tasted worse then Eevee piss, not saying I've tried that or anything. Okay, I have, what's it to you, everyone should try this kinds of things at least once in there lifetime, if not twice, or thrice even. Some people just don't understand, but I know, it's important to try everything at least once, because something can seem gross, but actually be, very good, or very fun, or very anything positive at all.

    Smeargle used to be shy, but it has gotten over that, and now, it's shake tail's with nearly anyone, something I taught it to do awhile back. I always showing it how to paint, most of it's paintings I hung up in my bedroom, but some I sold, and I have gotten well over 1000 Pokedollars from selling them. That's why my Smeargle is so amazing, and definitely something all collectors would want. It once painted a picture of a Hippopotas, it was so fat, that whenever I looked at it, I couldn't help but laugh. My favorite one was of Lopunny, I don't know what Smeargle was thinking when he painted it, but it definitely needed at least a bit more fur, if you catch my drift. I remember taking it into the bathroom with me all the time, of course, this was before the internet was invented. It also did a self portrait, it was so colorful, I put it in my bedroom, facing the wall to my bed, so it would be watching me well I sleep, that way it would be like having Smeargle with me at all times. I once let Smeargle sleep in my bed with me, that didn't go over to well, I know from experience, that Smeargle shit, never comes out.

    The Riolu looked pretty young, I noticed that it was quite nervous when it saw me, and it didn't look very experienced, maybe it would prove me wrong. I just knew, that whether or not it was strong or not, I wanted to capture it, hopefully it wouldn't put up to much of a struggle. It also looked kind of eager to prove itself, a bit to eager if you ask me. Like it had some sort of evil, secret motive. I got worried for a bit, that Riolu was secretly going to try and poison my precious Smeargle, but I then I realized that Riolu wasn't able to do such a thing, and I calmed down a bit, thank god for my trusty Pokedex, telling me it cannot learn Toxic or any other moves that could potentially poison my precious Smeargle.

    "Go Smeargle" I said, as I through a Pokeball out of my belt, Smeargle appeared, it looked eager to battle the Riolu that stood before it. I decided that I would want to use my favorite of Smeargle's moves, Spore. It was pretty cheap to be honest, but everything's fair in love, war, and most of all, Pokemon. I winked at Smeargle, I had trained Smeargle so well, that it knew which moves to do just by certain slight motions.

    Smeargle got ready to send spores from it's tail, it swirled it's tail and spores went flying above the spot where Riolu was, ready to fall onto her. I noticed it was a girl, because, like all girls, it was trying way to hard to get attention, like, if you spin around once, that's okay, but if you're going to do all these crazy flips, you're definitely a attention seeking girl, no guy would do something that outrageous and illogical. Maybe that's why so many girls are sluts, and pretty much, guys are never sluts, ever. Riolu wasn't really slutty, more of an attention-whore then a slut, if anything, but definitely, and I mean definitely, a girl. I would bet my entire life-savings on that, that's right, I'd bet an entire twelve dollars and forty-three cents. I had to try my very best to stop from shouting out offensive things at Riolu and scaring it away.

    I felt sorry for Riolu, because as I said, it looked young, and therefore, it was most likely completely innocent. I didn't enjoy hurting other things, but I had to if I wanted to catch it. I wish that Pokemon would just decide to come along with you, if you're nice to them, unfortunately that wasn't the case, I don't know why, but Pokemon seem to be very proud, and will always fight as long as they possibly can.

    I'm sure many Pokemon have died because of this trait, and hopefully they will evolve out of it, but for now, it's something that I will have to live with, just like every other trainer. That kind of sucks, since like, if they're gonna' put up this huge fight, then I can't be lazy about it, and that means, I have to do way more work. Like honestly, who likes working, it's just something not enjoyable. Spending the money on booze and boobs afterward, is very much worth it. It's weird that my two favorite things in the entire Poke universe start with a "B". Well, at least after "S". Hopefully Riolu will be one of the easier ones, because working for something, just isn't fun, which is why everyone loves a slut.

    The spores were enclosing on Riolu, and I waited to see if it would dodge them, or if it wouldn't bother, since it probably had never seen this attack before, and wouldn't know if they were harmful at all, since the spores looked quite nice. I made a promise, that if spore managed to hit Sneasel, I'd donate my entire life savings, of twelve dollars and forty-three cents, to a charity, nearby. If that wasn't enough motive, for god to do my a favor, I don't know what was. Who else, in there right minds, would donate that much money, to charity. I'd probably pick a charity that involved curing aids, since then I could have sex, without having to worry about the side effects! Damn side effects, you just gotta' hate them.

    I really hoped that it would fall asleep, since then, I'd be able to make another Pokemon very strong, using Smeargle's amazing abilities. I don't know whether I would boost someone's speed, attack or special attack, but I knew something would become completely overpowered by the end of this battle.

    I might use Jolteon again, considering how well it did, at the end of the battle that I had just had with Sneasel, and how it had helped me capture it, using the moves I had taught it, all by myself. Jolteon, was surely the king of speed, so all it really needed to be super strong, was special attack, and Smeargle, could do that very well, it was really good at thinking up nasty plots, that's how it was able to draw such a revealing picture of Lopunny, but hey, I can't blame him, I'm sure everyone's thought of how Lopunny looked fur-less, at least once in there lifetime, personally, I've thought of it way to many times to count, so probably between three and five.
    Last edited by ~Near; 21st November 2010 at 05:11 PM.

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    Near seemed to be a like wandering ghost train with nowhere to go at this moment. The young trainer was either thinking up a plan on how to go about capturing Riolu, or his mind had been derailed by thoughts of everything except battle. I wondered if he was doing the same thing that he’d done when he was battling Sneasel, a move that had resulted in Breloom getting frozen.

    I let out a small sigh of relief when he finally unclipped a Pokeball from his belt. He tossed the ball a short distance in front of him and watched as its contents emerged from within. A lone Smeargle, with its white fur and brown patches, emerged from the Pokeball. The Pokémon let out a battle cry (which, to a Pokémon, was usually its name) and got into a battling position.

    After yet another long pause of silence, Near commanded his Pokémon to use Spore. The Pokémon nodded and lunged towards Riolu. He started to glow as he thrust both his arms forward, releasing a large bunch of fine powders. The powders looked innocent enough, but everyone, including Riolu, knew that these powders could prove to be a horrible nightmare if contact is made with them.

    Riolu quickly countered the attack. The Pokémon’s legs became emblazoned with fire as he drew one of them back as if he was about to make the winning goal in a soccer game. Then, with a swift kick, he released a fan of flames that collided with the spores and burned them up. I was impressed by the Riolu’s ability to think quickly in a bind.

    Anyways, the flames burned the fine powder from the Spore attack into nothingness. It didn’t stop there, however. After the spores were gone, the flames bypassed where they used to be and continued on a path to burn Smeargle. The flames were approaching the artistic Pokémon fast. I wondered how Near would react.

    [[OOC: Your post was about 95% off-topic. It's good that you wrote a pretty decent amount, but most of it didn't pertain to the battle at all. Also, you failed to efficiently describe your attack, which counted against you. Nice try, but I'm sure you're capable of a lot better.]]
    -------------------------------------------------
    Trainer: Near
    Location: Mt. Oktori
    Area Effects: Snowfall, inside dark tunnel

    Encounters Remaining:
    12
    Pokemon Seen: Bagon, Sneasel, Riolu
    Pokemon Captured: Sneasel

    Items on Hand: Parkball, Superball x2, Hyperball x9, Honey x2, Full Heal x10, Max Potion x5, Super Potion x10, Disc Player, Uncommon Disk x1 (Snover, Sneasel), Pokedoll x6, Soothing Fragance Super x3, Calming Fragrance Plus x2, Digital Camera
    Items used: Smoochum Family Repellent x1; Sneasel Voice Disk x1 (2 uses remaining); Hyperball x1; Soothing Fragrance Super x1, Riolu Voice Disk x1
    Emergency Items Available: Pokedoll x3 ($500 each), Status Potion x3 ($700 each), Semi-Heal Potion x3 ($900 each), Heal Potion x3 ($1,200 each)

    CURRENT ENCOUNTER:
    Riolu (F, Brave, Steadfast) - 100%
    Last move used: Blaze Kick
    Rarity/MCR: Intermediate/25,000
    MCR remaining until capture:

    Smeargle (F, Quirky, Own Tempo) - HP: 100%
    Last move used: Spore

    POKEMON STATS:
    Jolteon (M, Jolly, Volt Absorb) - HP: 88.5%
    Breloom (M, Serious, Effect Spore) - HP: 50.31%
    Kingdra (F, Impish, Swift Swim) - HP: 100%
    Last edited by rockman0; 29th November 2010 at 01:31 AM.
    Demons run when a good man goes to war.
    Night will fall and drown the sun
    When a good man goes to war.
    Friendship dies and true love lies.
    Night will fall and the dark will rise
    When a good man goes to war.
    Demons run, but count the loss.
    The battle's won, but the child is lost.

  15. #30

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    The flame was coming towards Smeargle way to fast, I didn't think that Smeargle would be able to dodge it, and I knew that it would hurt Smeargle quite a lot, since Smeargle was quite a frail Pokemon. I didn't want it to get damaged, to badly at least. That's when I had my idea, what if another Pokemon could take the attack, but be damaged much less. Smeargle also clearly had a last moment to cause some disruption. I knew one of my Pokemon could easily take a hit from a fire type move, considering that it was water and all. I remember, in a battle, when an Infernape used flamethrower against Kingdra, it hardly did any damage at all. In that battle Kingdra dominated completely. It was quite pathetic to be honest. I would have been embarrassed if I was Infernape's owner.

    "Smeargle use encore, then Baton Pass to Kingdra!" I shouted out to it. I hoped this plan would work, because if it did, Kingdra would be able to damage Riolu, and Riolu would hardly be able to do any damage at all to my precious Kingdra. Kingdra could hit it with it's powerful water attacks, and try to get it asleep, or trick it with a substitute even, the possibilities were nearly endless!

    I wondered if Smeargle heard me, but clearly it did, I knew this fact because the moment I said that Smeargle drew a ball with it's tail. The ball came to life as a pulse of white energy, instantly, it caused the cave to light up, for the first time I could see everything perfectly, the walls looked rusted, with copper, and the exit was no where in sight, hopefully Dee knew how to get out, because I surely wouldn't be able to. There were markings on the wall, possibly fossils of ancient Pokemon, I was even able to make out a fossil that appeared like a letter 'A', perhaps it was the fossil of one of the fabled Unown. After the ball lingered for a few seconds Smeargle smacked it towards the Riolu, hopefully, it was strong enough to mind-rape Riolu into using Blaze Kick for it's next attack. Hopefully even another attack after that, if Smeargle had managed to create a really strong source of energy, although I really doubted it because Smeargle hasn't had much practice with using Encore, and it's sketch of it, might not be well developed, it might possibly, not even work at all.

    I starting talking to Riolu in the process. It didn't seem very interested in what I had to say, but nevertheless, complimenting it's cuteness, and awesomeness, was something I just couldn't resist, and it wasn't hard to detect the hint of jealousy in my Smeargle's eyes! I hopes it knows I love it most of all, and that I'm being nice to Riolu simply because I had just met it. Smeargle would never lose it's special spot in my heart, definitely not to something that is trying to hurt me!

    Then Smeargle started to glow, ready to switch spots with Kingdra, it starting pulsing brighter and brighter. It's shape starting to become the misty form, of the substance inside the Pokeballs. Hopefully it would complete the switch, before getting hit, which would interrupt it's attempt at transferring spots with Kingdra.

    Now I waited, to see if it would switch in time.

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