IC: Gary didn't ask any questions about my conversation with Shinx. I was glad, I didn't want to have to explain things if I didn't have to. Gary led me through the hallway until we heard the flapping of wings and the screeching of a Pokémon, hopefully a Pokémon. I couldn’t begin to think of the other things in this world that weren’t Pokémon or humans.
Flying around in the air, a small blue eyeless bat (though eyes on a bat weren’t really necessary anyways) appeared. It had big purple ears, purple wings, two long skinny legs, and a large fanged mouth.
"Well, would you like to face this Zubat?" Gary asked.
"Not really." I wanted to be able to catch another Pokémon for the Shinx sake, but a Zubat wasn't really something I was interested in. They were fairly common all over the world. They could eventually become powerful as Crobat, but I could find one later outside the National Park. I even heard that you could buy one in a store. Plus, I didn't want to wear any of my Pokémon down if I didn't have to.
I pulled out another Pokedoll. These were always a sure bet, and I wanted to find another Pokémon right-away. This Pokedoll was a Diglett doll. The brown stubby-mole-like doll had rock-like plush around the side to imitate a Diglett digging out of the ground. I placed it on the ground.
Zubat was releasing sonar waves to see us, and it seemed to have sensed it. Zubat flew down and started circling the doll out of interest.