Ranger A. Silverswift.
After the culmination of the previous attacks, Garth took a short while to make a new strategy to adapt to Tympole's current status. Argent knew there were multiple options that Garth could use in order to bring Tympole crashing down, although he didn't know what exactly the trainer would choose -- Whimsicott was widely unpredictable as an opponent, seeing as it had so many options. It wasn't a very good Pokémon for brute force, of course, as it wasn't entirely an offensive Pokémon, but it rather damaged the opponent in roundabout ways which were just as effective as any other Pokémon's strategy, but it took longer for the Grass-type to get results than most.
Argent was roused from his musings by the sound of Garth. "Loki, go with an Encore and follow that up with your Leech Seed attack." Encore was a move designed to make the opponent repeat the move they had just made three times in a row, before they were free to use a move that they wanted to move -- it was useful in competitive battles to trap an opponent in a move that would render them useless for the next three moves they tried to make, such as a boosting move or a move that should only be used once or twice in a match, such as Stealth Rock. Since the last move made by Tympole was Aqua Ring, Encore would force the Tadpole Pokémon to repeat that move, which was a very good plan indeed.
Leech Seed was also another good option. Its accuracy was sometimes shaky, but if it succeeded in making contact with Tympole, then it would completely mitigate Aqua Ring, and instead regularly sap the Water-type's health, and all of the sapped health would be absorbed by Whimsicott to heal it instead. This meant that Whimsicott would practically made Aqua Ring his own if he managed to get Leech Seed to work properly. He went forward from Garth once more, dancing lightly across the surface of the water in order to reach a safe distance to make his move on Tympole.
Almost immediately, he wove a glowing white orb out of the air, illuminating his dark brown body and making his beige fluff seem almost pristine with the intensity of the glow. Tympole, however, seemed to be even faster. Though the electricity crackled around his body, it moved a short way backwards like a shot, before projecting a wall of translucent energy, not unsimilar to the Light Screen shield that hung before Whimsicott. Whimsicott fired off his white orb through the pink Light Screen barrier, yet the move dissipated on contact with Tympole's own barrier -- completely ineffective. Tympole had used Protect to shield itself from Whimsicott's Encore -- it obviously didn't want to be using Aqua Ring over and over again.
Whimsicott didn't, nevertheless, back down for a moment. Even while his Encore move was whirling through the air to meet Tympole, he was generating what seemed to be seeds that glowed a luminescent red. As Tympole's Protect dissipated just as Encore had, Whimsicott flung his arm out in front of him, and the seeds, now tied together by some sort of intricate vine, literally flew towards Tympole. It was an easy strike, as Tympole could not evade by normal means -- he was slowed by the paralysis, of course. The electric charge was not fully settled in, as he seemed to make some effort to move out of the way. It wasn't enough, of course. The seeds were tied around him in no time at all.
Tympole looked angrily towards Whimsicott -- the veil of water surrounding him was no longer effective, and thus he had been bested on that regard. The two growths on either side of his head -- which looked like speakers -- pulsed momentarily, and, with that, two waves of sound energy were shot towards Whimsicott. It was obviously not a very good attack, though, seeing as it missed completely -- Whimsicott had simply gave a mischievous laugh before tap-dancing out of the way. The seeds around Tympole pulsed red, and Whimsicott also glowed that same colour for a fraction of the second, absorbing the energy lost by Tympole and converting it into energy for himself.