Torzure's twister drilled into Snorunt's small body. The little Pokemon spiraled away towards the edge of the mountain. Dee leapt to a heroic rescue, halting the Pokemon's trajectory that clearly was heading towards the edge of the mountain.
“You may have to ease up on the battles,” Dee said. “I mean, we are here on the end of the mountain.”
For a brief second, I thought that a magical barrier would be put up to help against that, you know, like in video games.
I brushed my head embarrassedly behind my head. "Sorry, just trying my all."
Torzure came out of his tornado and bowed in apology. "It'll probably not happen again," he said, though he knew that Dee couldn't understand him.
The Snorunt turned to Dee and shoved him back. She probably thought that she didn't need anyone's help. She hopped closer and started to glow a misty white. Her form fazed as she split into five different copies of herself. They encircled Torzure, who started looking at each one franticly.
The little Snorunt shoved me like I was here enemy. I’m ashamed to say, but I was actually pushed back a bit. The little thing packed quite a punch. Then, she started to glow. Suddenly, she split into four different copies of herself. They formed a circle around the Empoleon who had just reached the end of his attack.
The five Snorunt inhaled deeply, expanding their little bodies, until they exhaled bits and pieces of snow at Torzure.
There was no time for me to Foresight to see which one was real, let Torzure know, and command a counteraction. So, I remembered what I would do in a contest. I didn't have to know which one was real if I could hit them all at the same time!
"Torzure, use Whirlpool in a close burst! Shoot it down and around!" I yelled, making sure Dee and I were out a safe distance.
Torzure nodded and lifted his beak into the air. His body shone light blue, while his crown shone bright white. From his mouth, a small pool of water formed and started swirling swiftly. The whirlpool grew in size as its radius shot out and arched down like a shield around Empoleon, a reverse whirlpool than usual. Torzure's whirlpool now surrounded him, and he cried out, jumping into the air, the whirlpool below him. The sound signaled the whirlpool to pulsate outward, crashing into the powdered snow. Since the whirlpool produced more water than frozen snow, it didn't freeze right away.
The whirlpool reached each Snorunt, and would encompass them in water, that was slowly freezing over thanks to its own attack. Torzure threw it down and out so a small "eye" was left, a gap that he could safely stay within.