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Old 01-12-2018, 05:16 AM   #176
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You asked Lauren first if she had anything to help out the wounded Lapras. At least, something to patch the wound enough until the both of you could get the Lapras to the Pokemon Center. The girl thought a bit, and started to rummage through her bag. Her face lightened up when she found what she was looking for.

"I have this water proof gauze and some medicinal tape for water-types. I can take the harpoon out and apply this if the Lapras would let me..." She told you. "Though it will stop the bleeding, I feel it'll only be a temporary fix. I don't want to move the Lapras at this point. I know! I'll go grab Nurse Joy once Lapras settles down. Though, you'll need to defend it. Are you okay with that?"

You nod, and Lauren starts to prep. Meanwhile, you look at the food in your hands. A Chocolate Pokeblock and a Passion Pokeblock. Both of them had sweet flavors, and you hoped that the Lapras would enjoy them. The shining plesiosaur sniffed them, and then happily ate them up. It chewed them with great enthusiasm. It then looked at you, happy for a treat it never had before. You had a feeling it would definitely enjoy some of the other leftover confectionery you had. Lorin let out a happy cheer as the Lapras ate, and the Transport Pokemon looked safe.

It then swam over towards Lauren, baring the side with the harpoon. While it did eye her suspiciously, you could tell the Lapras knew the help the girl was offering was vital. She grabbed the harpoon and started to pull it out. The Lapras winced in pain, and let out a few cries until the spear was gone. Tossing the bloody spear aside, Lauren started to apply the gauze and medicinal tape to the Lapras. Your Lotad continued to act as a support for the Pokemon, and soon after the wound was all patched up. Though, you could tell that there was a heavy blood flow, from the gauze quickly turning red and the water around the water turning red. You hear something in the water, and a Sharpedo jumps out. It looked hungry, and you could tell from its gaze that it was what was watching you.

"Quick, Alice, dispatch it! I'll stay here for a bit to make sure the Lapras is okay before I go grab the nurse," Lauren shouted, and you knew she was right. Lorin looked ready to defend his new friends, and patiently awaited orders.

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"Yeah, that sounds good to me." Alice replied after Lauren's explanation. "Well, maybe 'good' isn't the right word for it." She added thoughtfully, referring to this disaster of a situation. When the Pokemon floated closer, Alice's blue eyes lit up, a bright and adoring smile lifting her features. It was clear that she held admiration for the Lapras that many humans might, but not in a way that made her want to grab a fucking harpoon. Arceus' sake.

"Ohmygosh, you're so cuuuteee!" It was an excited little squeal as the water-type leaned down to take the food from her hands, and Alice's heart raced at how close they were. Exciting! She wished she could reach out and try to pet her, but it was vital not to spook the patient and if the Lapras moved she'd probably end up in the water. The expression broke at the other's pain, visibly cringing at the sight of the blood that dyed the water a deep crimson. "Lotaaad..." Lorin obviously wasn't happy, either. No, this definitely wasn't a permanent fix.

"-- Oh, fucking shit, fuck!" The string of curses were loud and shock-induced, and Alice stumbled back from the water's edge as if the Sharpedo might suddenly turn on her. Lorin was alarmed, too, but he recovered faster, rallying his trainer with some determined cries. Lauren's orders helped, too. "You're right. Lorin, time to go to work! Astonish Sharpedo to make it flinch, and then use your seed bomb and giga drain! Try to keep it away from Lapras until we can help her!"
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Old 01-13-2018, 03:52 PM   #177
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Lil'twick: Although you knew you were winning, you made sure not to become overconfident. If you didn't push this advantage that you held it would surely be lost, especially against a Pokemon that killed and from a type that was known to have many tricks. Frillish still looked angry from being shocked, after all,and while cotton spore didn't seem to be necessary – she certainly wasn't risking getting closer yet – the upcoming attacks would only make her angrier.

And that was definitely the case. The shockwaves hit their mark, the ghostie looking significantly weaker already. The ghost was trembling with anger, eyes glowing from her rage, and she responded with a heavy amount of absorb. It did nothing to Parker in comparison to what Frillish had already suffered, but after those moves were delivered... She seemed to fade away.

The sailors all balked in bewilderment, looking around as if they might spot her. “Where did she go?” One of them asked. Another warned you to be careful. He didn't trust that she had fled.
“Look out! Behind you!” Following the sailor's words your Pokemon called out as well. Looming over you was the furious Frillish, veil-like tendrils reaching out for you. To paralyze you, to drag you to the depths, to shriek as she pried the pieces of your soul from your drenched corpse at the bottom of the sea.

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There was no respite for the damned... no solace for the drowned. Austin realized what the Frillish's plan was the moment she appeared in front of him. To take away his soul from his waterlogged corpse. Why was it that everything tried to kill him? He came here to Minnao for a vacation after his last two hellish adventures. Literally, he was in what he could only call hell. And then after that he was almost decapitated. This was not the summer break he wanted. He just wanted to relax and fish, not get drowned. Oh well, he'd be dead if he didn't act soon. How about... Yes that would work. Being reckless was always fun. It would at least change the monotony his life had begun slipping into. He started to rummage through his bag, not making an effort to run from the Frillish. He didn't have much room to begin with. He then grabbed on of his empty Pokeballs, and started his orders.

"Parker, wait until she gets me. Then ensnare both of us in a Thunder Wave. If she wants to paralyze me... She's gonna have to go through that same fate! Then send out a Shock Wave. If you hit me too, I don't care. That should be enough... Enough to get her..." Austin contemplated for a second if this was the right decision. He would smash the Poke Ball in his hand onto her after the Mareep executed his actions. Though, there was no time for hesitation anymore, he could feel the jellyfish's tentacles start to entangle him.

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The Sharpedo let out a fierce cry, obviously hungry and attracted to the scent of blood. The Lapras let out a small, meek noise, a bit afraid of the oncoming predator. Lorin's rallying call, though, quickly comforted it and seemed to give the Lapras back a sense of hope. It let out another noise, seeming to cheer on the pink Lotad. It was obvious that the shiny Pokemon was in no condition to battle, so it was doing its best to give the small lily pad its support.

With your orders in mind, the Lotad starts to turn around from the Sharpedo. He then swiftly jumps off and gives an astonishing tackle to the shark. He lets out a cry of pain, seeming to be hurt by his foe's Rough Skin. The Sharpedo seems a bit out of it, before switching its attention on Lorin. While the Astonish looked like it barely did any damage to the shark, it certain caused it to switch its aggression towards Lorin. It bit down on the Lotad, shaking him in its maw before throwing the Lotad out of the water and into a wall. He slinks down to the floor, taking a decently sized chunk of damage from the Sharpedo's Bite. Lorin, not willing to give up, starts to channel his inner grass-type, and formed seeds within his mouth. He shot them out like grenades, the Seed Bomb raining down on the Sharpedo. The shark lets out a cry in pain, and then stares down the Lotad in a look of pure hatred.

The Sharpedo's stare starts to get more and more intense, as if it was focusing its energy on taking down the Lotad. A red aura started to surround the Sharpedo, soon beign absorbed into the water and dark type's body. Lorin takes advantage of his foe boosting up by using Giga Drain. Green tendrils erupt from Lorin's pad, and wrap around the Sharpedo. They start to drain the shark's very life force, and replenish Lorin's. The Lotad starts to look more and more healthier, as if any of the damage he just took was nullified. The Sharpedo, not in a particularly happy mood after its life force being drained, starts to twist its body. A geyser of water erupts, carrying the Sharpedo out of the water. With the force of a torpedo, it slams into Lorin with an Aqua Jet. The shark then uses the momentum to bounce back into the water. The Lotad just laughs, barely taking any damage from the attack. You obviously had the edge in this battle, and your Lotad awaits his next set of orders.


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Seeing you pass out, your Shuppet and Skarmory quickly realize the severity of the situation. However, Hope is also filled with uncontrollable rage. How dare that Gyarados do that to her trainer? Staring down the raging serpent, the Shuppet let out a Shock Wave. Electricity traced the air, before a wave of it flew towards the Gyarados. It let out a roar, and switch its attention to the Shuppet. With its teeth becoming shrouded in darkness, the serpent crunched its way through the shuppet, rapidly biting her like a chew toy before throwing her off to who knows where. Caeda, seeing this, quickly starts to move your unconscious body to safety. The Gyarados does not take notice of this, and starts to charge another Hyper Beam. Was this how things going to end...? Your adventure barely has even started... And this was your fate.

~~~

You wake up seeing a bright light. Were you dead? Were you in heaven. It was really hard to see anything, and your body was aching from pain. Did the dead feel pain? At least, those not cursed to feel their demise for the rest of eternity? You couldn't tell. The scent of chamomile wafted through the air, and you were on a soft bed. You could hear the crackling of a lit fire, and the soft pitter-patter of rain on a wooden roof. You weren't dead, that much you were sure of. You then hear a voice.

"Ah, finally awake? Be happy I found you when I did. I don't know what you did to piss off the King of Orta, but he was incredibly pissed. And if the king is mad, then we can't have people fish here. The conditions are simply too dangerous. Oh, excuse me, where are my manners. I'm Maie, Maie Ruddson. My husband and I live here in this quaint little shack near Orta Lake. We run a fishing business for both tourists and residents of the island who want to try freshwater fishing. Our son Mason also helps us out occasional, but he's been out on an ocean fishing trip with his friends for the past few days."

You turn your head to see a short, stout woman. Her dark, raven hair was tied back into a bun, and her skin was sun-kissed. She was relatively well toned, most likely due to fishing almost every day in her life. Her eyes were warm and motherly, and she held a cup of tea in her hands. She took a sip and looked over you. She let out a small chuckle, before leaving her seat.

"You're a greenhorn, aren't you? I can tell a fresh trainer from the sight alone. Anyways, where are my manners? What is your name lass?" You then tell her your name. "Liawe? An interesting name. Anyways, my Breloom and Jellicent were able to help subdue the king enough for me to bring you here. I'm not sure what you did, but it seemed you were reckless enough to cause the king to get mad. Every trainer needs to learn the best course of action when it comes with dealing with both people and Pokemon. And speaking of actions, you're going to atone for yours. Rest up for the night. Tomorrow I'm going to help you out in making an apology for the king. I will need you to go gather the ingredients. Luckily they're all in the little grove behind my house. Let me know if you need anything deary, just stay there and rest. Your Pokemon are being treated by my husband now. He's out in our shed. If you want to see them, let me know. I'll walk you over there," the woman lectures you as she starts to prepare food. You were luck enough to make it out of that situation with your life. Though, it seemed that you were in for a long day tomorrow. Best to rest up now, but your Pokemon must be worried sick.

What do you do?
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Old Yesterday, 02:05 AM   #179
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The Sharpedo let out a fierce cry, obviously hungry and attracted to the scent of blood. The Lapras let out a small, meek noise, a bit afraid of the oncoming predator. Lorin's rallying call, though, quickly comforted it and seemed to give the Lapras back a sense of hope. It let out another noise, seeming to cheer on the pink Lotad. It was obvious that the shiny Pokemon was in no condition to battle, so it was doing its best to give the small lily pad its support.

With your orders in mind, the Lotad starts to turn around from the Sharpedo. He then swiftly jumps off and gives an astonishing tackle to the shark. He lets out a cry of pain, seeming to be hurt by his foe's Rough Skin. The Sharpedo seems a bit out of it, before switching its attention on Lorin. While the Astonish looked like it barely did any damage to the shark, it certain caused it to switch its aggression towards Lorin. It bit down on the Lotad, shaking him in its maw before throwing the Lotad out of the water and into a wall. He slinks down to the floor, taking a decently sized chunk of damage from the Sharpedo's Bite. Lorin, not willing to give up, starts to channel his inner grass-type, and formed seeds within his mouth. He shot them out like grenades, the Seed Bomb raining down on the Sharpedo. The shark lets out a cry in pain, and then stares down the Lotad in a look of pure hatred.

The Sharpedo's stare starts to get more and more intense, as if it was focusing its energy on taking down the Lotad. A red aura started to surround the Sharpedo, soon beign absorbed into the water and dark type's body. Lorin takes advantage of his foe boosting up by using Giga Drain. Green tendrils erupt from Lorin's pad, and wrap around the Sharpedo. They start to drain the shark's very life force, and replenish Lorin's. The Lotad starts to look more and more healthier, as if any of the damage he just took was nullified. The Sharpedo, not in a particularly happy mood after its life force being drained, starts to twist its body. A geyser of water erupts, carrying the Sharpedo out of the water. With the force of a torpedo, it slams into Lorin with an Aqua Jet. The shark then uses the momentum to bounce back into the water. The Lotad just laughs, barely taking any damage from the attack. You obviously had the edge in this battle, and your Lotad awaits his next set of orders.
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At first Alice had been worried for Lorin. She had been stupid to forget the shark's rough skin, and on top of that, she had been convinced for a few long moments that the predator was going to bite her baby into pieces and devour him. "Lorin! I'm so sorry!" She called out, running over to the Pokemon as he slid down the cavern wall. The optimism of having Lapras cheer for them had been dampened, but not for long.

"Lotad, Lotad Lo!" The dual-type snapped, butting his head as if to shirk his trainer back. It was obvious why when Lorin fired off the planned seed bombs and then began to heal himself with the Sharpedo's energy. The battle was continuing, and Alice was unsafe where she was - as the aqua jet proved. At least she was out the way for that. Her Lotad laughs, a mockery in the enemy's face. As strong as it was, its typing was nothing against Lorin's.

"Okay, boy, I get it. I got you." Alice took a breath to try and cool off. They'd be fine. "Be careful of Lapras, but pull Sharpedo into a whirlpool! And while it's trapped, use more seed bombs! If you take anymore damage, use giga drain again!" She ordered. Lotad waddled a bit closer to the pool to ensure his aim, but stayed out of the water where Sharpedo could get its teeth on him more easily, and then began to execute his moves, round eyes narrowed with determination.
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Seeing you pass out, your Shuppet and Skarmory quickly realize the severity of the situation. However, Hope is also filled with uncontrollable rage. How dare that Gyarados do that to her trainer? Staring down the raging serpent, the Shuppet let out a Shock Wave. Electricity traced the air, before a wave of it flew towards the Gyarados. It let out a roar, and switch its attention to the Shuppet. With its teeth becoming shrouded in darkness, the serpent crunched its way through the shuppet, rapidly biting her like a chew toy before throwing her off to who knows where. Caeda, seeing this, quickly starts to move your unconscious body to safety. The Gyarados does not take notice of this, and starts to charge another Hyper Beam. Was this how things going to end...? Your adventure barely has even started... And this was your fate.

~~~

You wake up seeing a bright light. Were you dead? Were you in heaven. It was really hard to see anything, and your body was aching from pain. Did the dead feel pain? At least, those not cursed to feel their demise for the rest of eternity? You couldn't tell. The scent of chamomile wafted through the air, and you were on a soft bed. You could hear the crackling of a lit fire, and the soft pitter-patter of rain on a wooden roof. You weren't dead, that much you were sure of. You then hear a voice.

"Ah, finally awake? Be happy I found you when I did. I don't know what you did to piss off the King of Orta, but he was incredibly pissed. And if the king is mad, then we can't have people fish here. The conditions are simply too dangerous. Oh, excuse me, where are my manners. I'm Maie, Maie Ruddson. My husband and I live here in this quaint little shack near Orta Lake. We run a fishing business for both tourists and residents of the island who want to try freshwater fishing. Our son Mason also helps us out occasional, but he's been out on an ocean fishing trip with his friends for the past few days."

You turn your head to see a short, stout woman. Her dark, raven hair was tied back into a bun, and her skin was sun-kissed. She was relatively well toned, most likely due to fishing almost every day in her life. Her eyes were warm and motherly, and she held a cup of tea in her hands. She took a sip and looked over you. She let out a small chuckle, before leaving her seat.

"You're a greenhorn, aren't you? I can tell a fresh trainer from the sight alone. Anyways, where are my manners? What is your name lass?" You then tell her your name. "Liawe? An interesting name. Anyways, my Breloom and Jellicent were able to help subdue the king enough for me to bring you here. I'm not sure what you did, but it seemed you were reckless enough to cause the king to get mad. Every trainer needs to learn the best course of action when it comes with dealing with both people and Pokemon. And speaking of actions, you're going to atone for yours. Rest up for the night. Tomorrow I'm going to help you out in making an apology for the king. I will need you to go gather the ingredients. Luckily they're all in the little grove behind my house. Let me know if you need anything deary, just stay there and rest. Your Pokemon are being treated by my husband now. He's out in our shed. If you want to see them, let me know. I'll walk you over there," the woman lectures you as she starts to prepare food. You were luck enough to make it out of that situation with your life. Though, it seemed that you were in for a long day tomorrow. Best to rest up now, but your Pokemon must be worried sick.

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Liawe came to, which was a surprise in itself. Rolling to one side, realising she was in an actual bed, she became aware of two things. Firstly, a splitting pain in her head, reminding her of her trials previously. Secondly, she saw another person, who lectured her about pissing off the lake king. Ashamed, she looked away, and as the woman left to check on something, she curled up on the bed. Her squad had been annihilated by that monstrosity. Almost killed. As had she. What was supposed to be a calm, quiet picnic and a sketch had devolved into a near-death experience for her and her team. She took out the sketch she had begun at the lake. It was definitely one of her better ones, but now it was ruined. Rain-soaked, torn and scorched in places, it was fit for little more than fire-lighting. Setting the battered, half-finished sketch to one side, she rolled to one side, curled up and cried herself to sleep. They should have left her out there.

She was awoken the next morning by an inquisitive boop on the nose. Opening her eyes, she saw a vague green and black shape that resolved itself to be Calem, her intrepid little Caterpie, stood on the bed in front of her and wiggling happily like a madman. She then became aware of the goings-on elsewhere in the room, with Caeda stood at the foot of the bed, keeping watch, while Anna and Kaitlyn snuggled into the nook of her stomach caused by her being curled up. And finally, Hope floated around the room, moodier than Liawe had ever seen the spiteful little spectre. Swivelling round, Liawe stood, only to sit back down hard once more with a vicious bout of light-headedness, dizziness and nausea. Clearly Caeda had done some damage when she was slammed into her, and that wasn't going to go away any time soon. Slowly, and gingerly, Liawe stood, using a nearby chair for support. She wasn't going anywhere fast. Merely standing made the nausea flare up, and she reached for a nearby bucket, barely getting to it in time before she retched and puked a couple of times. Judging by the location of the bucket and the barely-identifiable stuff solidifying in the bottom, it wasn't the first time she'd had to do that on her stay at this place. Her Pokemon stared at her, worried. They'd never seen her like this before. And it probably won't be the last time, she thought grimly to herself. Settling into the chair slowly while she waited for the effects to recede, she was greeted by the rest of her squad in typical manner: Caeda rubbed her head against Liawe's right leg, while Kaitlyn hopped over and hugged the left leg. Anna floated over and snuggled on her head, while Calem crawled onto her shoulder. And Hope just floated around angstily. The defeat must have really gotten to her, Liawe realised. She told her team that perhaps they shouldn't have responded as violently as they did, 'for next time', and returned them all to their Pokeballs, which she put back in her bag after checking that everything was still there. It was, but to her dismay it appeared that her tent was utterly shagged. She'd need to scrape up the cash for a new one. Disheartened by the loss of what was basically her home, Liawe slowly pulled onon a spare change of clothes, remounted her armguard and slowly staggered outside, where she promptly threw up on the grass. Concussions, she decided once again, were not fun. Moving slowly so as to minimise the bouts of nausea, she stumbled around to the back of the cabin, so as to meet the mysterious old lady and collect the necessary ingredients to appease the 'King of the Lake'. Liawe just wanted to go home. Or at the very least, go and get a new one to go home to.
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