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    @Spirit Zorua; I've just been rolling randomly for what to throw at you from your encounter list, like I normally do. I didn't expect you to want to catch the marts really. And next time you use a doll, can you please put it in an OOC purchase like in the Mart? It helps us keep track of things and prevents both us and you from forgetting.

    Also, a heads-up here. You're probably going to have to step up your post length/detail/etc if you want to catch this Gastly before Coyote is knocked out. I've been a bit generous on damage because you're new and the mons were lower rank, but I can't do that here with higher ranks—this is where the difficulty increases. If Coyote is knocked out, the run ends immediately and you lose your chance to catch this one. This is why we recommend you bring two mons with you, since that's what the entry fee covers.

    Some tips: Think about exactly what you want Coyote to do and describe it. This includes what motions he makes, the process, how you envision the attack to work, etc. That will give you some length to your posts, and since Gastly is a Borderline Rank, your normal 1k posts might not be enough to catch before Coyote is knocked out. Also, repeating attacks in the same way, such as using Night Daze 'disguised' as another attack three posts in a row, usually results in penalties. Try to avoid using the same attack many times in a row, or try to think of a unique and different way to use it! That will boost your creativity.

    BP#13

    Ranger Ivy Frost

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    Ivy gathered that from his actions, the Trainer was interested in the ghost. She wasn't that surprised—most people sought one. She, herself, preferred her Chandelure, Candle, as her Ghost-type, though she was by far not a collector or advanced battler.

    “Alright, time for a break,” Prometheus said as he recalled the Zorua to his ball. The Ranger knew that this was another trick, however, since he had only brought one partner with him. He pretended to search for another ball among his pockets for the Gastly's benefit, maybe thinking it would intimidate the ghost a little.

    Then, he grinned and pulled out a ball, calling, “Purugly, Faint Attack!”

    In a burst of light, Coyote emerged as a cat in purple and cream. It was relatively large around its middle, which on a Pokemon usually meant considerable bulk and strength. The illusion wasn't in perfect shape, though, as the Pokemon underneath it was tired. Ivy couldn't imagine how much energy it took to disguise himself, but she knew all of the trickery was probably draining on the Zorua too.

    The cat rushed off, moving maybe a little quicker than its form was able. Ivy wasn't sure if the ghost noticed that, however. The Gastly cackled and waited next to the tree on the other bank, watching her opponent carefully. These wild Pokemon were tricksters themselves, so the Ranger doubted this would be an easy battle for either of them.

    The river slowed Coyote down a little as he tried to run though it, his body beginning to glow in a dark aura. He splashed through it finally, since it wasn't really that wide, but the water might prove to be a hindrance later, as a sopping coat would slow him down. The ghost waited for him, eyes locked into the cat as it bounded toward her.

    Then, she jumped, and the Ghost-type cackled again and shot upward, trying to get out of reach. She was only mildly successful, as Coyote managed to clip her. However, her motion threw off the cat a little bit, so in swiping by the ghost, the disguised Zorua brushed up against the tree. He let out a breif sound of pain but shook it off as he landed.

    Then, the ghost still laughing, flew out into a more-clear area, bobbing up and down excitedly. It seemed she was pretty eager to battle. That was both good and bad. Good, because if Prometheus managed to catch her, she'd be a great battler. It was bad because it meant she had a good chance of knocking out Coyote before they could finish the battle.

    The Gastly then made a hacking sound, and a gooey, purple ooze started dribbling out its mouth. With an upward thrust of her body, she spit out the gunk, making it rain down on the field. Some of it splashed onto nearby trees, and Ivy saw the faint smoke roll off of it where the attack burned the bark.

    The ghost didn't stop until there was plenty of the goop flying through the air, some of it heading right in the Zorua's direction. Coyote did his best to dodge, but between being tired, having to run around obstacles, and just having so much of the attack flying around, he couldn't avoid it.

    A clump of it splashed down in front of him, and he made a sound of surprise and skidded to a halt before he ran into it. That proved to be his undoing, however, as his momentary pause left him open to another glob of the attack.

    The poison landed right on his back and made him cry out in a yowl, as per the illusion. That quickly morphed into a dog-like howl, and his form blurred until the fox's black fur became visible again. The attack had broken the illusion. The attack dribbled down his body as he backed up, trying to get away. Meanwhile, the Gastly snickered, clearly amused by the display. She looked to be in high spirits, but it wasn't just because her attack had landed.

    Ivy saw the real danger right away. Puddles of poison sat festering all over the ground, waiting for the unfortunate fox to step in one. Prolonged exposure to the Poison-type attack could result in him becoming poisoned himself, so he was going to have to be extremely careful.

    “That was a Sludge Bomb,” she warned, as they backed up to give the battlers more space. She didn't want to step in the gunk either. “Careful about those puddles—if Coyote steps in one, he could get poisoned, and then you're really on a timer.”

    ---

    Current Battle Stats:

    Brave F Gastly: 85% [Used Sludge Bomb]
    Impish M Zorua: 31% [Used Faint Attack]

    ---

    Trainer Stats

    Name: Prometheus
    Location: Meteor Valley
    10 Encounters Remaining
    Area Effects: It's nice out.
    Pokémon Encountered: Shuppet, Poochyena, Woobat, Purrloin, Gastly
    Pokémon Captured: Calm M Shuppet, Jolly F Woobat
    MCR: 1,311/15,000 [Borderline Rank]

    Items: 3x Great Balls

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    Impish M Zorua @ 31%
    Nickname: Coyote
    Ability: Illusion
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    @WinterVines; ...Right. Main/Let's Get Dangerous - Television Tropes & Idioms

    Oh, this was bad. This was very, very bad. I took a look around. On second thought, perhaps it wasn't after all. "Alright, Coyote. This thing's the Poison Gas Pokemon, isn't it?" Coyote gave me a strange look, probably wondering what the hell I was getting at. "Those Sludge Bombs. How about some environmental cleanup? Get back over here-Daze wedge, and Agility, straight across the river!"

    A flash of understanding crossed Coyote's face, and he crouched low to build up Agility energy before taking a few steps back, summoned a small wall of Night Daze in front of him, and bolted headlong into the river. The Daze shield did its work, creating a V-shaped barrier just a little bit taller than the surface of the river.

    The laws of physics worked in our favor, for once. The shield displaced the water, creating a small wave in front of Coyote as he pushed his way through. It went even went over the shield a little bit, washing the drizzles of toxin off Coyote's back-an unforeseen bonus. The wedge let him cut through easier, and he made it back to our side with reasonable ease. "Alright! Get a flat Daze in front of you, and make some waves!" Coyote gave a snarling yip, quickly changed the shield to a flat barrier, whipped around, and charged straight back into the water.

    I hoped this would work. The shield should-ah, the infamous "should"-displace a large amount of water. This water would be shoved in front of Coyote, and directly at the opposite shore and the Gastly Coyote was aiming at. Simple physics, that. The "hope" part was that the displaced water would form a wave, effectively mimicking Surf without the capability to ride on it. The wave would wash up onto shore in front of Coyote, preferably fairly large. When it broke, it would at least dilute the poison, and at best would entirely wash it away. Coyote could ignore the flowback-a lot of the water would soak into the ground, and what didn't probably wouldn't budge so much as a Joltik.

    The effect on the Gastly would be pretty big. High-school chemistry taught me that anything, including a gas, can dissolve in water, and Gastly was famously a ball of (duh) gas. If it went perfectly(which nothing ever does, but I could hope), the Gastly would be dissolved into the water and then get run over by Coyote's Daze shield. At the very least, the water would disorient it, at which point it would still get run over by Coyote's Daze shield.

    This, of course, all assumed that the displaced water would form a wave. I hoped it would; if it didn't, I had just sent Coyote into a very bad situation. Arceus, if it didn't work we were probably doomed right now.
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    @Spirit Zorua; Careful how much of the attack you say works—it's up to the Ranger to decide outcome of moves.

    BP#14

    Ranger Ivy Frost

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    Prometheus looked a little worried about what was going on, and Ivy didn't blame him. Personally, she didn't know if she would've engaged a tricky ghost like this Gastly with a Pokemon so hurt. It wasn't up to her, though, so the Ranger would just have to wait for the outcome of the battle—whether he successfully caught it or not.

    The Trainer was particularly worried about the poison puddles on the ground too. They were probably the most hazardous thing to Coyote's remaining health at the moment. After a few minutes of thinking, he called out, “Those Sludge Bombs. How about some environmental cleanup?”

    He instructed his Pokemon to do something to the river next. Coyote ran back across to the water, carefully avoiding the patches (although he nearly ran straight through one trying to heed his Trainer's request) before splashing into the stream with a whoosh.

    A wave of dark energy accompanied the fox, causing the low water to ripple a little under him. It ebbed and lapped at his belly, but not much higher than that—there just wasn't that much liquid here, since it was the low crossing point. “Alright!” his Trainer called once the Zorua was in position. “Get a flat Daze in front of you and make some waves!”

    The Pokemon yipped in response, and the Gastly looked on curiously. Ivy felt the energy gather by the prickling of her skin, and with a burst of it, the water flared out on all sides of the fox. Behind, it shoved the water upstream, and to either side the water gushed over the low banks to soak into the shore. In front of him was where the attack was focused, however.

    Like behind him, the water surged toward the ghost and the poisoned field. Ivy thought the idea was pretty decent, but it probably would've worked better in a place like the Lakes. The problem was that there wasn't a lot of water in the stream—not for the type of wave he described anyway.

    Still, the water did work a little, hitting the bank and splashing up. The Gastly made a sound of annoyance as the water sprayed her, but it didn't look like it hit her too hard. Tiny drops of water could sting, but it wasn't anything she couldn't handle. The water did wash over the field a little, though, so some of the poison patches were washed away. Some remained, however, as there wasn't enough water to carry over into the entire space.

    To make matters worse, the water Coyote had displaced upstream now came surging back once his attack wave had dissipated. The small wave didn't wash completely over the fox, but it did knock him off his feet so he stumbled, soaking his body and jarring him for a moment.

    The ghost took advantage of this momentary lapse in attention. Her eyes started to glow, and then wispy orbs with gray-purple energy formed. They bobbed and weaved in the air drunkenly, and it was hard to focus on them. With a chuckle, the Gastly gave a cry and then threw the orbs in the fox's direction.

    Due to the water, the Zorua hadn't been completely looking at the ghost. When his head snapped up, the strange attack had reached him. The orbs jittered a little, and then they made a spinning motion around his head. The fox tried to follow them at first, but then his eyes lost focus and he shook his head. The next step he took, he stumbled.

    Uh oh. “That was a Confuse Ray,” Ivy warned the Trainer. “You're going to have to be really clear and concise with your next orders, or Coyote might mistake them for something else and accidentally hurt himself.”

    The water seemed to give the Gastly another idea as well. Now that the fox was distracted by the confusion, the ghost bobbed up and down and moved side to side. A rumbling overhead followed, and dark clouds began to form above them as the light was cut off. A steady drizzle started up, pattering down onto the water and the soil.

    Ivy flipped up her hood to guard from the rain, and she opened up her long vest so that Haji could lean under it. Unfortunately, Sheba couldn't fit since she was nearly as tall as Ivy, so the Zoroark had to suffer the water. She didn't grumble too much, but they would probably hear about it later.

    The Rain Dance technique was strange. Ivy wasn't sure why the ghost had summoned the rain, but it couldn't be for any good reason. A lot of Electric-type attacks were associated with rain, and that would be really bad. Water helped conduct electricity. While the ghost hadn't done any outright attacking this time, Prometheus would have to be very careful how he proceeded. The Gastly was surely cooking something up.

    ---

    Current Battle Stats:

    Brave F Gastly: 80% [Used Confuse Ray and Rain Dance]
    Impish M Zorua: 28% [Used Night Daze: Operation Make a Wave]

    Area Effects: It's raining.

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    Trainer Stats

    Name: Prometheus
    Location: Meteor Valley
    10 Encounters Remaining
    Area Effects: It's nice out.
    Pokémon Encountered: Shuppet, Poochyena, Woobat, Purrloin, Gastly
    Pokémon Captured: Calm M Shuppet, Jolly F Woobat
    MCR: 3,956/15,000 [Borderline Rank]

    Items: 3x Great Balls

    Pokémon Stats

    Impish M Zorua @ 28%
    Nickname: Coyote
    Ability: Illusion
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: None
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    @WinterVines; I'm sorry I've delayed so long. Blame me just starting in on junior year. Quick question before I proceed-is the rain going to dilute away the Sludge Bomb residue?

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    @WinterVines; I'm sorry about the delay. Tests like you wouldn't believe...Anyway, here goes!

    Dammit, this was harder than I thought it would be. And what in Mew's name was the Gastly doing, summoning rain? Electricity, probably, but what could Gastly learn that used electricity...? I shook my head out of the fog. Whatever it was, I had to counter it. I flipped up my hood, revising my statement. Countering the rain for myself was easy. Countering the rain for Coyote, much less so. Zorua couldn't learn any weather inducers, and under the effects of Confuse Ray, I didn't dare give him complex instructions like 'make a Night Daze umbrella.' I'd have to content myself with a simpler plan. "Let's turn that thing's strategy back at it! Make some Night Daze mines, and sling them at the Gastly. Once they get there, start whirling them around the Gastly, fast as you can!"

    Night Daze mines in themselves weren't too tricky a tactic. All Coyote had to do was use his illusion powers in a little ball, and do that a couple times. Flinging them would be even easier-roughly equal to a kid flinging snowballs. However, these "snowballs" would hurt the ghost a lot more. If Coyote managed to obey my orders to the letter through the confusion, and luck was on my side, the dancing balls of light would be close enough to Confuse Ray to mimic the effects. If Coyote messed up, well, something would get flung at the ghost, most likely a form of Night Daze. It wouldn't be perfect, but hopefully it would be enough to disorient the Gastly in any case. And hopefully Flareon would get good moves. Given the way my luck was running, the two were approximately as likely.

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    @Spirit Zorua; Sorry it took so long. Like you, school work just sort of piled up and yeah @_@ I found a spot to squeeze it between Psych and Mythology!

    BP#15

    Ranger Ivy Frost

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    The Trainer shook his head as the rain started to weigh his hair down, sending droplets flying. He pulled his hood up like Ivy had done, shielding himself from the rain. Now he had to figure out how to help Coyote.

    The rain was starting to increase in volume, echoing loudly against the Ranger's covering. That would help clear the grounds of the poison puddles, but they likely wouldn't wash away right away. Enough liquid had to pile up so that the toxins could actually disperse.

    Prometheus was going to have to be careful too, since the Zorua was confused. He had to make sure he kept things simple and clear lest Coyote muddled up the orders and ended up hurting himself. Luckily, the Trainer seemed like he had a plan in mind.

    “Let's turn that thing's strategy back at it!” he called. “Make some Night Daze mines and sling them at the Gastly. Once they get there, start whirling them around the Gastly as fast as you can!”

    From what Ivy could tell, it was a variation on the technique he had wanted to use against the Woobat. The Zorua seemed to recognize that too, and maybe that was something that helped him see through his confusion. Dark energy glowed around him before peeling off into smaller orbs, like rolling snow into a ball on the ground. The orbs grew and the aura around the fox shrank a little as the energy was gathered.

    With a wobbled step, the fox widened his stance to gain some stability. Then, with a mental push, he flung the Night Daze orbs at the ghost, who was watching with interest. However, as soon as the fox let go of them, he seemed to lose control of them. His Trainer had wanted him to whirl them around the Gastly much like the Confuse Ray had done, but it seemed that the energy was too far away for him to manipulate in his confused state.

    Fortunately, that didn't mean his attack really faltered that much. The small packets of energy pelted the ghost and caused her to call out shrilly, sounding a little ticked off. The Gastly was stunned a little at first, but she regained enough composure to move out of the way of the last couple attacks so she wasn't completely barraged. She floated higher as she shot the fox a dirty look. She wasn't going to just back down even though she had been surprised. Ivy could see it in the ghost's face.

    Electricity cackled threateningly from above, a prelude to a likely incoming attack. Ivy wasn't sure which one it was, though. Gastly could learn quite a few electrical attacks, and in the rain that was steadily growing, that was a big problem. She wasn't sure when it was going to hit.

    The ghost did seem to notice that her puddles of Sludge Bomb were starting to wash away, too. She concentrated for a moment, and then Ivy saw the puddles jump. Splatters of poison splashed out and arced toward Coyote, controlled with the force the Gastly had sent to her previous attack. A few flecks of it hit the Zorua, but since it was raining and he was so close to the stream, it didn't seem to do much to him. That was fortunate.

    Then the ghost took further advantage of the weather. With a crooked smile, she started to breathe, and a thick, milky fog started to roll out of her mouth. Combined with the cloud cover overhead, it made the area pretty hard to see. Ivy strained her eyes, trying to keep the ghost within her sights, but after a few seconds, the heavy fog covered the field. She could barely make out the dark form of her Trainer nearby, and the ground under her feet had become mostly hidden.

    “Well, that Haze is probably going to be annoying,” Ivy commented. “Watch out for those clouds up top too. I think I hear static, which means some sort of lightning strike is probably coming.”

    Prometheus was going to have to be very careful. Zorua was hurt and confused, while the Gastly seemed at a pretty decent energy level still. With the thick fog obscuring the view and the threatening electricity overhead, things could get really messy really quick.

    ---

    Current Battle Stats:

    Brave F Gastly: 70% [Used Venoshock and Haze]
    Impish M Zorua: 25% [Used Night Daze]

    Area Effects: It's raining, and there's a lot of fog.

    ---

    Trainer Stats

    Name: Prometheus
    Location: Meteor Valley
    10 Encounters Remaining
    Area Effects: It's nice out.
    Pokémon Encountered: Shuppet, Poochyena, Woobat, Purrloin, Gastly
    Pokémon Captured: Calm M Shuppet, Jolly F Woobat
    MCR: 5,529/15,000 [Borderline Rank]

    Items: 3x Great Balls

    Pokémon Stats

    Impish M Zorua @ 25%
    Nickname: Coyote
    Ability: Illusion
    TM/HM/BM/SM/MT: None
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    NBP #1

    Another day, another run. Such was the life of a ranger like Aleria. The sounds of her PDA beeping loudly and obnoxiously brought Al out of her slumber. A half asleep Aleria checked the PDA, and when she discovered she was headed for Meteor Valley, she prepared well, expecting frigid temperatures and the like. And once she was prepared, she slung an empty bag around her body and mounted her Charizard. "Riza, head to the ranger outpost at Meteor Valley. Let's make my life easier, yeah?"

    And through the skies they went. It didn't take too long to reach Ranger Outpost number eight, and when they did arrive, Aleria recalled Riza to her Poke Ball. The redhead stepped inside the ranger outpost, giving a casual wave to her colleague that was there for the day, and gathered her supplies. There was one good thing about Meteor Valley, and that was the nice amount of rocks around the area, including just outside of the gate. Al picked a nice one that wasn't too rough around the edges and took a seat on the cold surface. An involuntary shiver went through her body when she sat down, and she exhaled a little from the shock of it.

    An idea suddenly flew through her mind.

    "Flame, come on out for a second," Aleria said, releasing the black helldog from her Poke Ball. The Houndoom barked and nuzzled Aleria's leg. "Yes, yes, good morning to you too. I want you to do me a favor. Heat this rock up for me, just a little bit, okay? Not too much to where you burn my ass, but just enough to warm things up. I dunno about you, but I hate the cold." Flame the Houndoom barked again, and then she released a nice, quick steady stream of flames from her mouth at the rock, away from Aleria and far enough above the ground so that a fire wouldn't start. Warmth went through Al's body, and she smiled. "Thank you, Flame." And one last bark left the Houndoom's mouth before she was returned to her Poke Ball. Now this trainer needed to get his butt here before Al got cold again.

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    Trainer: @Shock3600; - Dalston
    Items: 2 Park Balls, 1 superball
    Encounters: 0/20
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    Captured: N/A
    MCR: 0/0
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    Dalston couldn't believe it. He was finally here. After countless battles he had finally saved up enough money to take a vacation to national park where he could capture a team of psychic pokemon. Finally the plane arrived. Houndini, his Alakazam, had teleported multiple times until they arrived at his destination, meteor valley. He smiled and rubbed his hands together.Dalston's hand played over the 3 empty pokeballs on his belt. 1 superball and 2 parkballs. He walked to outpost 8 and asked a young man at the desk where to go. The young man pointed in a direction and told him that his ranger was in that direction. As he walked in the direction he saw a large clearing of rocks. On one of those rocks a ranger was sitting. Next to her was a large black dogs with horns. He held up a pokedex. "Houndoom, the dark pokemon. The evolved form of houndour. It's eerie howl is said to cause those who here it to shudder in fear." Intresting. A dark/fire. Maybe a fire specialist? Suddenly flames erupted from the pokemon's mouth as they bathed the rock in heat. Dalston immediately expected a harsh scolding but was surprised when none came. In fact, a look of comfort appeared on the rangers face. He looked at Houndini. For some odd reason the pokemon had a weird look on his face. Was that jealousy. Suddenly, Dalston felt some force surround his body, then he sat on a rock. What the heck, he didn't want to st on the rock. He looked at Houndini and saw him smiling. Then, the he was on, started floating. "Houndini!"

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    ((Hey, if you could do me a huge favor and mention me in your replies so that I don't accidentally forget about this? It'll help loads, and I'll know that you've replied too!))

    NBP #2

    Al raised an eyebrow when her eyes fell upon the boy that walked up. He'd seen Flame use Flamethrower on the rock she was sitting on, and a look of surprise was on his face. Aleria smiled. Her trainer had arrived, and he had an Alakazam with him. Her PDA beeped, and she took a moment to look at it. The details of this guy had come in an email, finally. Must've been a busy day if the details were arriving late.

    And then her smile turned into a bit of a frown.

    'Only one Pokemon? Well, that can't end well... There's Dark types here too,' Aleria thought, pocketing her PDA and sliding off of the rock, her gaze fixated on the Alakazam apparently named Houndini. The Alakazam made the rock start floating, and Al wondered if this Pokemon was a show off. She waved a hand dismissively. Whatever. She had a run to do. She spoke as she approached the boy. "Your name's Dalston, yeah? I'm Aleria, your ranger. I'm taking you through Meteor Valley today, so let's go."

    Al didn't bother waiting for a response, instead walking over to the gate, unlocking it, and pushing it open. "This is your first run too, yeah? I'm also here to answer any questions you may have," she said, walking through the gate and closing it once Dalston had walked into the boundaries of Meteor Valley. She led the way, eventually walking into a dark cave. A sigh escaped her. These kinds of things happened a lot, it seemed. It was an automatic response to release Chandelure, who appeared in a flash of white light and led the way. Aleria followed, and she motioned for Dalston to join her. "This is Chandelier, my Chandelure. She's used to being the leader in caves. She's been doing it a lot recently, and-- oh!" Chandelier suddenly flew off towards the wall at the sound of screeching, and Aleria went to join her Pokemon, gesturing for Dalston to join her. A swarm of Woobat zoomed by them, flying out into the open air of the valley.

    One Woobat remained, and it shyly hovered in front of Chandelier, who floated away from the bat, but not so far away that they couldn't see. Woobat looked a little disappointed, but it turned its gaze to Houndini the Alakazam, flying over to its fellow Psychic type. Aleria asked the question she'd grown so used to asking now. "Would you like a Woobat?"

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    Trainer: @Shock3600; - Dalston
    Items: 2 Park Balls, 1 superball
    Encounters: 1/15
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    Captured: N/A
    MCR: 1521/4000
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    OOC: okay Felly

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    Dalston noticed the ranger had saw him right as his rock started floating down. "Your name's Dalston, yeah? I'm Aleria, your ranger. I'm taking you through Meteor Valley today, so let's go." "yah," i responded, "lets get going." Before he had even answered, Aleria had already walked over to the gate and opened. "This is your first run too, yeah? I'm also here to answer any questions you may have," Aleria told him. They walked into the boundaries of meteor valley and almost instantly went into a dark cave. When they walked in the ranger sent out a pokemon. A floating, ghastly, chandelure appeared before him. He held up a pokedex, almost by instinct. "Chandelure, the Luring Pokémon and the evolved form of Lampent. Chandelure uses its dancing flames to hypnotize opponents." Quickly tearing his eyes off the mesmerizing flames without realizing he had been staring in the first place, "better not look at those flames." Then he noticed Aleria had been talking about something. "Uh, yeah, sure," he answered hoping she wouldn't realize he hadn't paid attention. Suddenly, aloud shrieking filled his ears. He looked and saw a flock of woobat flying through the cave. One stayed behind. The ranger turned to him, "would you like a woobat?" she questioned. "Nah, I would but i only have 3 balls and I have 3 pokemon in mind, a male ralts, a female ralts, and a solosis." He looked back at the little bat as he walked away, regretting he couldn't get it.

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    Welp, this was going to be a pretty straight forward run, Aleria concluded. Three balls, three Pokemon. Two Ralts, one of each gender, and a Solosis. At least the kid was in the right place to find those Pokemon. Could've been worse. He could have wanted a pair of Ralts and a Solosis and been in the wrong part of the park. That would've been rough, and Aleria would have felt bad for the kid.

    She watched as the Woobat hovered in front of Alakazam for a moment, and then it flew off to go join its friends. This was actually going quite well, or so Aleria thought so. While she couldn't guarantee that this kid would find what he wanted, she did hope that he'd find something to make up for it. But they needed to find something, and with the Woobat gone, they could continue on. "Lead on, Chandelier," Aleria told her Pokemon, and that she did. They pressed on until a crescent moon hovered in front of her Chandelure, blocking the path, no matter how hard Chandelier tried to pass by.

    "Looks like this Lunatone wants someone to pay attention to it. I know you said you wanted to try and find two Ralts and a Solosis, so the answer to my question's probably a no. I have to ask anyways though. Do you want a Lunatone?"

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    Items: 2 Park Balls, 1 superball
    Encounters: 2/15
    → Woobat, Lunatone
    Captured: N/A
    MCR: 1456/25000
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    Ooc: Do I have to do something special to mention u or just say ur name Felly

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    Dalston watched as the woobat flew away. As they continued on suddenly a piece of rock floated upwards. It looked like a cresenct moon. "Luuuuuna." A Lunatone. He shifted back and forth on his feet. The ranger asked if he wanted it. God dang it, a Lunatone would be really cool. He would get it but if he found all of the pokemon he was looking for he'd be screwed. He let out a sigh. "I guess I better not get it. I'll have to come back again to get one." Man, he really wanted that. "Hey, do you think it's safe to be in here. I mean, all I have is a psychic type and there's bound to be dark types in a cave right? Plus, I doubt any of the pokemon I'm looking for would be in here.

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    NBP #4

    Was it her, or could she smell a quick run? Because Aleria was smelling a quick run. In the brief time she and Dalston had been in the area of the Meteor Valley, they'd encountered two Pokemon, and of those two Pokemon, he'd ran from two of them. While it was still early on, she felt as if a pair of Ralts and a Solosis just weren't in Dalston's future today.

    But it was still early. They'd only seen two things, and they were headed for their third.

    It seemed as if Chandelier and the Lunatone had locked themselves in a staring contest, and when Dalston said he didn't want the crescent moon shaped Pokemon, it blinked, clearly offended by the fact that the trainer wouldn't want such an amazing Pokemon, and floated away. Aleria shrugged. At least it ran away. If there was one thing this kid had lucked out on, it was not having to use Poke Dolls. Most trainers weren't so lucky.

    "There's no guarantee you'll even find what you're looking for at all, to be honest, but at least you're in the right place," Aleria said as she and Chandelier led the way. She could see the way out of here now. This was a rather short cave, not that Aleria minded either way. Chandelier probably cared more than she did. "There's nothing to worry about though. The Pokemon here don't attack first unless you wait too long to run. And besides, we haven't seen much in the way of Dark types just yet. Woobat and Lunatone were both Psychic types." Which led her to a concerning thought of how Dalston had brought his Alakazam, a Psychic type with a subpar Defense stat, to an area of the park that was littered with Dark and Psychic type Pokemon. He wouldn't even have an advantage over them, which meant battles could take forever. Still, Dalston had picked a good area of the park to start off with. There were quite a few good Pokemon here in Meteor Valley.

    No sooner had they walked out of the cave and back into the sunlight and Aleria had returned Chandelier to her Poke Ball, there was a Pokemon right in front of them. A little black Pokemon with white bows and a rather purple face. The Gothita's face sort of reminded her of a plum, and that thought left her suddenly craving a plum. She made a mental note to get one once she left the park today. But right now, the plum faced Gothita posed a bit of a problem as it was blocking their path. While it wasn't what Dalston was looking for, maybe there was hope that this little Gothita would become a good member of his team. "You want a Gothita?"

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    Items: 2 Park Balls, 1 superball
    Encounters: 3/15
    → Woobat, Lunatone, Gothita
    Captured: N/A
    MCR: 684/9000
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    ooc: sorry for the wait @felly

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    Dalston sighed as the lunatone floated away, obviously disapointed. He wanted to cry out to it so bad so he could capture it. He quietly whispered, "if i dont get my 3 mons, please come back." They walked out of the cave with Chandelure leading when it disapeared in a flash of light. As they walked out, he thought the ranger said something as they saw a gothita. He walked up to it and petted it. "Sorry, i won't be battling you today." He walked past the pokemon. Hopefully, this would get a little more eventful, and less depresing, soon.

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    ((It's cool! Also, the mention didn't work. ;~; There should be a semi colon after Felly so it looks like this → @Felly; It won't work if you don't have the semi colon!))

    NBP #5

    Nope to the Gothita as well. Aleria was not surprised. When one had a set goal in mind, they usually stuck to it. Dalston was no exception to this, sticking to his goal of a pair of Ralts and a Solosis that Aleria wasn't even sure they'd find here in the park today. Then again, they were still early in the run, only three encounters in. There was still hope. Aleria was just being pessimistic as usual.

    But maybe she wouldn't have to be pessimistic for too much longer. Dalston had walked ahead of the Gothita, and Aleria moved to follow, but when she saw the Gothita run in front of Dalston and looked up at the trainer with curious eyes, she stopped, a smile forming on her face.

    "I don't think Gothita's going to let you off the hook as easily as Woobat and Lunatone did," Aleria said, watching the Gothita in case it tried to attack. Aleria doubted it would just yet, but if they failed to escape again... Aleria shook her head. It wouldn't be that bad. While the kid only had two Park Balls and a Super Ball, Aleria was sure he'd have some money on him to pay for a Poke Doll. This was his first time in the park, but surely he wouldn't have come in with no money. "We have two options here. The first is to try running again and hope we're successful this time. If we fail with this first option, then you'll have to battle the Gothita, but you could try to run mid-battle if you wanted to. It's not an option I'd recommend since you only have Alakazam with you." It was also an option Aleria hoped Dalston wouldn't choose, more so for his sake than hers. Three encounters into a run, and he'd already have to leave the park because a Gothita managed to knock out his Alakazam. That wouldn't be very exciting at all. "Your second option is to buy a Poke Doll from me for five hundred PokeDollars. This guarantees our escape from the Gothita and keeps you and your Alakazam from battling an unnecessary battle. Nevertheless, the choice is yours, Dalston."

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    Trainer: @Shock3600; - Dalston
    Items: 2 Park Balls, 1 superball
    Encounters: 3/15
    → Woobat, Lunatone, Gothita
    Captured: N/A
    MCR: 1226/9000
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