OOC: Not creative, but I was unsure if I could move Mindbender or not, so I didn't.
IC: The leaves floated towards Zorua, but the creature seemed unmoved. Instead, it began to use Night Daze again. The Magical Leafs was about to strike Zorua, but the shock waves completely destroyed them, along with half of the ground. The waves continued on and hit Mindbender, sending her flying back off of the platform and into the waterfall. I had to think of something fast before something bad happened to her. I was going to have to use my other Pokémon to help me out with this. I just wasn’t sure what to do. However, in situations like this, I remembered to stay calm. Freaking out and over thinking things wasn’t good to do because it didn’t let you explore all your possibilities.
I was going to have to find a way to stop the water from falling on her. I was going to have to part the waterfall in half which should stop the water from falling on her and fall off onto the sides. “Come on out Terrosaur, you too Kickback.” I quickly said, tossing their Pokéballs in front of me.
A large, red and black hermit crab shelled Pokémon emerged from the sphere. He was just a larger version of Slowpoke, but with a large shell on his back. I found it weird how a Shellder could bite onto a Slowpoke’s tail and cause some sort of reaction that causes Slowpoke to evolve into a Slowbro. I mean, is it really evolution if the Slowbro will revert back to Slowpoke if the Shellder stops biting its tail. I never understood it. It was the only Pokémon that did that, as far as I was aware of anyways. The large Water type Pokémon yawn, looking back at me and then over to the raging waterfall. A ferocious, prehistoric Pokémon shot out of the Pokeball and landed right next to Kickback. He roared loudly, revealing his sharp, saw-blade-like fangs. He looked over to the waterfall. He opened his wings and took flight, his triangular-shaped tail swung violently back and forth as he impatiently waited for my command.
“Alright, Terrosuar, I want you to use Stone Edge on towards the center of the waterfall. Send about three or four large stones. Kickback, I want you to freeze the rocks together, creating a small bridge. That should cause the water to fall off towards the sides and give Mindbender enough time to break free. Assuming that worked, then I’d have her use Hypnosis if she was still willing to battle. Terrosaur slammed into the ground and unearthed four large stones that he launched with incredible power at the waterfall. Kickback began cooling the air around him to launch the Ice Beam attack as soon as the rocks were in place. Ice Beam would quickly freeze the rocks and stop the water from falling.
I tried to connect myself with Mindbender to see how she was holding up. “Are you okay?” I asked stupidly, but telepathicly.
“Yeah, I just can’t move.” She responded. I’m using my psychic powers to lessen the fall damage of this waterfall, but it’s so strong it’s taking most of my energy to do and I can’t move because of that.
“Well this should set you free from that.” I assured, “Are you still willing to fight Zorua?”
“Of course, I’ve got to get it back.” She replied. “As soon as I’m free I’m using Hypnosis.”
“Yeah, that’s a good idea.” I answered. “With that being done, I should be able to catch it soon.
She began saving her energy. For the moment she broke free, she was going to send a shock wave of hypnotic waves towards the Zorua. She wasn’t messing around. I pulled out a Calming Fragrance Plus and released the sent towards Zorua. I hoped that the scent would calm it down as the name suggested. I just wanted it to be calm enough so that Mindbender could easily but it to sleep. After this my Hyperball should be ready for the capture.
I was getting a bit tired of these games, but I knew I only had to put up with it for a while longer. Here in the park at least, once we started training though, that was a totally different subject. I was going to train it to only use its tricks when necessary or on my command. Only then will I be able to use it in battle successfully.