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Old 01-03-2020, 08:34 AM   #276
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CrazyCreeperKid- Skull and Clockwork had done there best to beat the Skorupi back and while they'd succeeded to a degree, there were still plenty of the bugs to deal with. Recalling the exhausted avians, you call on a pair of psychics to hopefully get the job done. Pinky and ESP are shocked at what they see, you called then out to face Bug types?! After applying a potion to ESP, the Alakazam seems a little more energised, although it doesn't really do enough to make up for the earlier conflict with Mandibuzz. Acting swiftly, Alakazam manifests his psychic powers into a physical form, creating a thick barrier to hold back the Skorupi. He keeps the Barrier out of the way as Pinky sends a massive wave surfing back through the tunnel, dragging the Skorupi back with it. As Pinky finishes his attack, ESP seals off the entrance to the cavern with his Barrier.

You watch anxiously, waiting for the next wave of Skorupi. To your surprise, only a handful clamber back into the tunnel, all of those attacks must have been wearing them down. Only the strongest of the Skorupi remained, now taking aim at the Barrier as they begin to fire their Pin Missiles once more. The needles clash against the Barrier and while at first they seem ineffective, cracks eventually begin to develop. You've given yourself a little bit of time to plan, but it wouldn't be long before the Skorupi break through.

"You've done well to reduce their numbers", Thomas coughs, "Zweilous will help you finish the rest, if we work together I think we might be able to finish them."


King Ghidorah- You'd managed to dispatch the three regular Midnight Lycanroc, but you were certain the white one was still lurking out there. It had been intent on holding you back, why would it have a change of heart? No, it had to be out there, lurking and waiting for an opportunity to strike. Your Pokemon guard your flanks, Hakamo-o on one side, Scizor on the other while Piloswine continued to plow forward in front of you. Weaving through the rocky structures constructed by the Lycanroc, you make your way through the pass.

That's when it starts to get cold. Sure, it was cold before, but this was different. This was colder than the Winter's Wrath, this was true cold. It feels as if your blood is about to freeze, Scizor and Hakamo-o struggle to move, they were not built for these conditions. The most disheartening thing was that even Piloswine looked a little uncomfortable, if that didn't show how cold it was, what would? You were told to prepare for the cold and you now understand why. Your destination was not far ahead of you, but this seemed to be your last obstacle. Scizor and Hakamo-o looked at you, they were shivering madly, would you recall them into their Pokeballs and leave yourself exposed? Or was there another way for you to combat the Bittercold.

Bittercold stage 4: The terrible cold now affects even thermally prepared trainers and pokemon. Non-ice types will be under the effects of Perish Song and can only survive exposure to the extreme cold for four updates before immediately fainting. Fire and Water moves will now fail completely, and projectile moves will have their power cut in half from the vicious winds. Non-Ice pokemon will also suffer an Ice Beam's worth of damage per update.
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Old 01-04-2020, 06:38 AM   #277
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CrazyCreeperKid- Skull and Clockwork had done there best to beat the Skorupi back and while they'd succeeded to a degree, there were still plenty of the bugs to deal with. Recalling the exhausted avians, you call on a pair of psychics to hopefully get the job done. Pinky and ESP are shocked at what they see, you called then out to face Bug types?! After applying a potion to ESP, the Alakazam seems a little more energised, although it doesn't really do enough to make up for the earlier conflict with Mandibuzz. Acting swiftly, Alakazam manifests his psychic powers into a physical form, creating a thick barrier to hold back the Skorupi. He keeps the Barrier out of the way as Pinky sends a massive wave surfing back through the tunnel, dragging the Skorupi back with it. As Pinky finishes his attack, ESP seals off the entrance to the cavern with his Barrier.

You watch anxiously, waiting for the next wave of Skorupi. To your surprise, only a handful clamber back into the tunnel, all of those attacks must have been wearing them down. Only the strongest of the Skorupi remained, now taking aim at the Barrier as they begin to fire their Pin Missiles once more. The needles clash against the Barrier and while at first they seem ineffective, cracks eventually begin to develop. You've given yourself a little bit of time to plan, but it wouldn't be long before the Skorupi break through.

"You've done well to reduce their numbers", Thomas coughs, "Zweilous will help you finish the rest, if we work together I think we might be able to finish them."


"Yes! It worked!" Danny said as the Skorupi were washed away. A few crawled back, and shot their nasty Pin Missiles at the Barrier. The Barrier was taking them well, but cracks slid across them.

"We can finish them, and I'll need Zweilous' help." Danny said.

"ESP, remove that Barrier, then use your Psychic to slam them all together on each other, then Pinky, go in and strike them with an Aqua Tail!" Danny commanded, and the Pokemon then went to perform his requests.
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Old 01-05-2020, 12:36 PM   #278
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Meetan: The initial suspicion of the guard fades quickly by your body language and intentions, and as you root in your bag and pull out the ancient shard and chunk of ice the man scrutinises them. After a few seconds, one of your travelling companions peeks from behind the gate and noticing your customs troubles quickly chatters to the guard, who then nods and steps aside, accepting the shard and ice as you're allowed entry. As you pass through the gate, you find this tribal village to be much like the Zl'anaian one, though there are some distinct differences. Notably, the huts here are built much more sturdily, and the ground beneath your feet feels much rougher and tampened, as if the tribe has resided here for considerable time.

Soon however you're approached by presumably the chieftain of this tribe, if the extravagant headdress was anything to go by, as well as a green avian pokemon which simply stares at you eerily, the Xatu's wings closed in. The bird looks at you for several seconds beyond what you deem comfortable, before the chieftain speaks. As he does, a telepathic voice resonates in your head as the Xatu's purpose becomes reasonably clear: rough translation.

"Well come All-ess. Zl'ana talk of brave fight against hate apes, few stand to them and live good no hurt. Offers good, ice not easy find, good for hurt." The chieftain nods, giving a gentle smile, as your offering has pleased the tribe. "Much in way of tradition need learn, can wait for danger great. Come, see." Beckoning you forth, the chieftain calls to some of his people to tend to your pokemon and to your relief the medicine man arrives with a dumpy pink pokemon, the Audino definitely versed in recovery as you slightly reluctantly hand over your injured pokemon's balls before following the chief into his own hut.

Much like the Zl'ana hall, this one is full of cots, numerous of which are occupied with tribesmen and pokemon, each one under the same sort of unusual illness as the others. A slight buzz in your head emanates as the chieftain resumes speaking. "Zl'ana nomad tribe, good ally, help in hour need. Ko-phia say land curse, man with many arms say leave. We not leave, land honour ancestor, Kl'ikk stay. Kl'ikk find strange pool away river, not know, Ko-phia claim part of curse. All-ess go, look at pool, maybe know out-sider term. Kl'ikk look pool, dark like mud, not thick. Plant die near pool, Kl'ikk not fall ill, strange. Take look, feel bad about, no other choice." The Xatu finishes relaying the message to you, as the chieftain points out a direction and hands you a papyrus scrawling of the area, the unusual pool marked out. It doesn't seem like too far a trek, but there's not much choice in the matter, and if this indeed led to a clue on the nature of the curse, then the pool might be the best bet. What's your plan?
Alice noticed that the guard seemed less threatened as she carried on, which was good, but one of the Zlanaians had come to rescue her nonetheless. She bowed her head and murmured a 'thanks' as she passed the guard, doing the same to the nomad who had helped her, taking in the new scenery. It was quite similar to the settlement that they had come from, although that wasn't a huge surprise. She would've been more taken aback if things had been drastically different.

Her wandering gaze focused when the chieftan approached, accompanied by a Xatu that hadn't been taught how rude staring was. Alice didn't mind too much, but it was a bit awkward. That awkwardness dissipated when she felt the probing of psychic power and the translation of the chieftan's words. She was already used to such communication with Axel and other Pokemon, so it didn't upset her the way it might other people. They liked her gifts, too! Phew.

Although she would have preferred to keep her Pokemon to herself, she didn't argue, especially not with such a cute Audino to depend on. The Pokemon wouldn't be far, either, and while they were being healed, she had the predicament to focus on. The sight within the hut was grim, however, and the worry reflected on Alice's face as she looked over the victims in their cot and heard the situation from this tribe's perspective. She took the scroll and looked it over.

"I won't lie, I'm not great with maps, but we can figure this out. My Pokemon can probably get me there if I can't manage it myself." She added thoughtfully, a deep frown etched on her face, contemplation shining in her eyes. "I want to say that this is poison Pokemon related. It sounds like it, but I feel that if it was that simple, you all could have figured it out by yourselves..." She continued, obviously thinking aloud. "Or fairy related... Anyway. I'll go and check it out and see what we can do, once my Pokemon are back. We've seen a lot in our adventures, and a fresh perspective always does some good, I think."

Best to be optimistic. She smiled at the chieftan and Xatu, ready to set out the moment her Pokemon were back to her side. A new mission, here they come!
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Old 01-06-2020, 04:31 PM   #279
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King Ghidorah- You'd managed to dispatch the three regular Midnight Lycanroc, but you were certain the white one was still lurking out there. It had been intent on holding you back, why would it have a change of heart? No, it had to be out there, lurking and waiting for an opportunity to strike. Your Pokemon guard your flanks, Hakamo-o on one side, Scizor on the other while Piloswine continued to plow forward in front of you. Weaving through the rocky structures constructed by the Lycanroc, you make your way through the pass.

That's when it starts to get cold. Sure, it was cold before, but this was different. This was colder than the Winter's Wrath, this was true cold. It feels as if your blood is about to freeze, Scizor and Hakamo-o struggle to move, they were not built for these conditions. The most disheartening thing was that even Piloswine looked a little uncomfortable, if that didn't show how cold it was, what would? You were told to prepare for the cold and you now understand why. Your destination was not far ahead of you, but this seemed to be your last obstacle. Scizor and Hakamo-o looked at you, they were shivering madly, would you recall them into their Pokeballs and leave yourself exposed? Or was there another way for you to combat the Bittercold.

Bittercold stage 4: The terrible cold now affects even thermally prepared trainers and pokemon. Non-ice types will be under the effects of Perish Song and can only survive exposure to the extreme cold for four updates before immediately fainting. Fire and Water moves will now fail completely, and projectile moves will have their power cut in half from the vicious winds. Non-Ice pokemon will also suffer an Ice Beam's worth of damage per update.
”D-d-damn it…” Hugo muttered through chattering teeth. In the heat of the battle, the cold seemed like an afterthought. Or perhaps, having been through the Wrath, he was just accustomed to it. Either way, he had seemed to forgotten about it.

Until now.

With every step, Hugo could feel his muscles and joints tightening, straining to move through the snow as the cold gripped his body. Hakamo-o and Scizor wouldn’t survive like this. He knew that. The White Wolf was out there. He knew that too. But even if he launched an attack now, what good were his defenders? There was no sense in subjecting them further to this brutality. Hugo recalled them both to the safety of their Pokeballs, hopefully to live to fight another day.

And besides, this bittercold appeared to take its toll on anything non-Ice. The White Wolf was a Lycanroc. Lycanroc were Rock-type. Even if the wolf was native to this land, surely it must not be able to survive here either, right? Hugo was unsettled by both possibilities.

Hugo stayed close to Piloswine, burrowing his hands into the Pokemon’s thick fur to keep them warm. And while Piloswine did his best to hold back any sign of distress, Hugo knew that this cold was even starting to get to him as well. That was disconcerting.

And it gave Hugo pause. Sure, they were near the summit. But how exactly could he expect to survive any confrontation with the Guardian, let alone defeat it, when even his team members who were evolutionarily built to survive these sorts of conditions were beginning to struggle? If Piloswine couldn’t withstand the climate at the top of the Edelweiss, the rest of his team would be dead in the water.

Still, he wouldn’t turn back. He was marching himself to his own death sentence.

But he wasn’t afraid.
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"Pain Pain Pain Pain................ It hurts hurting make it stop
why does it HURT "
A voice cut over everyone else's inside the spirit realm, loud and almost crystaline like and suddenly you and Lily's mother along with her Lucario were rejected by wave after wave of this ostensibly black aura emanating from Diancie

Why the abrupt change? What had occurred in the living realm that caused this to happen? You could feel its pain as if it were your own and you could hardly stand it as is.

What had occurred in the real world was something that kind of happened all at once, along with the majority of the fighting
Blastoise had knocked the Honchcrow down with a stone he managed to pick up and launch with his cannons, then he fired a Signal Beam to it as it fell within his range, smacking it for sure but also slamming it into Monferno who had been rushing in charging with Flames to Scizor, Somehow Blastoise hadn't been paying attention to the battles around him

But Blastoise and Monferno weren't the only two who proceeded to bash into each other's battle. Sceptile had been knocked into the path of Frogadier and got struck with the Aerial Ace intended for Scizor, and it was the final blow needed to knock the Sceptile down for good, much like the Pyroar previously before.

Grovyle still hit the Scizor but it wasn't as effective as it would have been, and the surprise from the mixing up and crashing into each other only landed a single Fury Cutter attack.

Riolu had finally finished evolving into Lucario and had pinned down the Dusknior and trapped it using some kind of Aura Sphere manipulation...

The Huge blue sphere swirled with energy built up by the need to evolve and contained the Dusknoir effectively, and with that danger out of the way, Lily moved on to the next thing. Diancie and Mister and Misses Dusk.

Speaking of them... Mister Dusk had some kind of... dark pendant and dark energy was pouring out and enveloping Dianice making her writhe in pain and her form was changing, although she wasn't the only one undergoing a change as the Scizor was also being surrounded with similar darkness, but he didn't seem to be in as much pain.

What in the world was going on, what's your choice of action?


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The small Bird pokemon Squawked when the sand got into its eyes and it hopped around flapping its wings trying to get the sand out of them. This allowed for Slizzipede to get a direct hit in with Ember, getting another loud squawk. From there you were able to dash your bag and you snatched it up, Looking inside you noticed that it seemed to only have nibbled on a few loose snacks you had left in your bag.

Why would that be going after food? Shouldn't have a mother or father to go and get food to bring back to the nest to feed it? Something wasn't quite right... It was starving and with this fact, you had several more questions race through your head.

Did something happen to the parental figures of this pokemon?
The bird then shook its head and Ruffled its feathers, creating a small but effective tailwind

With this, you were finally able to get a good look at the bird and noticed it had overall blueish-grey feathers and white fluffy down on its head, with one big prominent red feather. It squawked once more and continued to peck at Slizzipede and Gible.

You had a few options here, all of which involved knocking this bird down a peg.
You could leave it be and escape, You could try to find its nest and leave it there and check for signs of any parents, Or you could catch it, feed it and try to figure out what happened to its parents.

What is your next choice of action?

Gible and Sizzlipede had worked together wonderfully, and their opponent had been hurt. Looking in his Bag, Dracen saw that the little Pokémon had nibbled at some of their food. He pondered the situation for a moment. He grabbed his Pokedex and pointed it at the Bird Pokémon in front of him. "Rufflet, The Eaglet Pokemon. A Normal and Flying Type. A combative Pokémon, it’s ready to pick a fight with anyone. It has talons that can crush hard berries." the electronic voice whined. "A Rufflet, huh?" Dracen pulled a Pokeball from his belt. "We need to overwhelm it, but not knock it out. I just need to calm it down..."He tossed the Pokeball. "Alright! Sizzlipede, Gible, pull back! Sizzlipede, you and I will flank it," Dracen commanded as the Pokeball opened and Goomy popped out. "Goomy, Gible, use Tackle! Pin it down!" Gible hopped to Goomy's side, while Goomy amiably drifted about, looking for a puddle, his chain dragging along behind him. At Dracen's command, Gible pulled Goomy back to his side and together they rushed forward at the Rufflet. Dracen ran to the Rufflet's left and Sizzlipede ran to its right, to block off its escape. The two Dragons leaped on the Rufflet and pinned it down. The little bird squeaked and flailed, but couldn't escape. Dracen stepped forward with his hands up. "Hey, little Rufflet. I'm not gonna hurt'cha…" He waved Goomy and Gible off the bird, who stared around suspiciously but did not attack as it stood up. Dracen grabbed some food from his bag and held it up. "You seem a little hungry. You want a snack?" He dropped the food at the Rufflet's feet.
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CrazyCreeperKid- Not many of the Skorupi remained, but those that did were strong. With the barrier slowly breaking down, you had to be ready to finish the job. ESP drops the barrier and quickly uses his Psychic powers to slam the remaining Skorupi together. Pinky stumbles forward, moving as swiftly as a Slowpoke can, all the while gathering water around his tail. He swings it around, slamming the group of Skorupi and bringing them to the brink of defeat. Thomas' Zweilous leaps forward to finish the job. The blind dragon rushes forward, a powerful mass of energy consuming him as he scatters the remaining Skorupi like bowling pins. They fail to get it, it seems you've cleared the horde!

"Thank Arceus, that seems like the last of them, but we can't sit back and wait for more to come, we need to move now." Thomas struggles to lift himself up. When he eventually gets himself upright, he attempts to take a step forward. As soon as he puts weight on his injured leg, he lets out a howl of pain and stumbles forward. Zweilous rushes forward to catch him, how would you make it out of here if Thomas could barely move? He was the only person who knew of a way back to the surface, surely you couldn't leave him behind like this?

Your Pokemon look to you, they were feeling stronger after the battle, but the also looked a little unsure. Perhaps it had something to do with their Psychic powers, but something felt off to them. Was the worst yet to come?

Skull, Clockwork, Pinky and ESP gained 2 levels each



King Ghidorah- You recall Scizor and Hakamo-o into their Pokeballs, the conditions were worsening and they surely wouldn't survive the final push towards the Guardian. Sticking close to Piloswine, you continue to plough through the snow, each step taking you closer to an uncertain fate. You did not fear what awaited you, even if you were unsure what exactly waited for you at the top. You were here to defeat the Guardian, a feat no one had ever managed.....

Your eyes are almost frozen shut by the time you reach the Guardian's resting place. The frozen spire of stone in front of you is cleaved open. A dull blue glow emanates from within, surely it was the guardian? As you step forward, the ground shakes. Was that you? As you remain frozen in place, the entire mountain quivers, fearing each step of the guardian as it awakes from its slumber. Despite the raging blizzard, a pair of bright yellow eyes cut through the darkness, you find yourself fixated on them. Despite the bright yellow, the eyes convey a cold harshness. This would not be pleasant....

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"Bravery or Foolishness? I sense both" A deep and powerful voice fills your head. "It has been an age since anyone has dared to climb this far, mostly due to the efforts of the White Wolf. You however, seem insistent on meeting your end. Before I relieve you of your life, I will grant you one question. I, the Guardian of the Palearchean have been here in the Cradle longer than almost any other. From atop this peak I have observed everything, acquired knowledge unknown to all but a few. Ask me one question and I shall answer it, at least then you can perish with a shred of knowledge."

Piloswine was shaking uncontrollably. The Guardian was intimidating to say the least and the Pressure of the situation was unfathomable. It wouldn't be long before the Guardian tires of your presence, its best you think of a question quickly, although its unlikely that it could save you from certain demise.
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King Ghidorah- You recall Scizor and Hakamo-o into their Pokeballs, the conditions were worsening and they surely wouldn't survive the final push towards the Guardian. Sticking close to Piloswine, you continue to plough through the snow, each step taking you closer to an uncertain fate. You did not fear what awaited you, even if you were unsure what exactly waited for you at the top. You were here to defeat the Guardian, a feat no one had ever managed.....

Your eyes are almost frozen shut by the time you reach the Guardian's resting place. The frozen spire of stone in front of you is cleaved open. A dull blue glow emanates from within, surely it was the guardian? As you step forward, the ground shakes. Was that you? As you remain frozen in place, the entire mountain quivers, fearing each step of the guardian as it awakes from its slumber. Despite the raging blizzard, a pair of bright yellow eyes cut through the darkness, you find yourself fixated on them. Despite the bright yellow, the eyes convey a cold harshness. This would not be pleasant....

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"Bravery or Foolishness? I sense both" A deep and powerful voice fills your head. "It has been an age since anyone has dared to climb this far, mostly due to the efforts of the White Wolf. You however, seem insistent on meeting your end. Before I relieve you of your life, I will grant you one question. I, the Guardian of the Palearchean have been here in the Cradle longer than almost any other. From atop this peak I have observed everything, acquired knowledge unknown to all but a few. Ask me one question and I shall answer it, at least then you can perish with a shred of knowledge."

Piloswine was shaking uncontrollably. The Guardian was intimidating to say the least and the Pressure of the situation was unfathomable. It wouldn't be long before the Guardian tires of your presence, its best you think of a question quickly, although its unlikely that it could save you from certain demise.
Finally.

Having braved the cold, the hike, the wolves, Hugo had finally reached the top of the mountain and was staring destiny in the face. In its cold, harsh, unforgiving face.

But even now, he wasn’t afraid. He didn’t even seem to carry the nervous energy that he expected he would. No, instead he felt almost a serene calmness. Near contentment. He knew this was where he was supposed to be, and when he was supposed to be there. It was almost a relief. If Hugo was to die today, he knew this is when and how it was supposed to happen.

But he wouldn’t go down without a fight.

Piloswine trembled fiercely in the presence of the guardian. The swine had been the ideal partner through the trip – brave, confident, aware of his surroundings. But Hugo couldn’t expect his own sense of serenity to extend to his partners. Any logical person or Pokemon knew the danger they were in, and Hugo knew Piloswine was trying his hardest to be brave for him.

He bent down and softly whispered into the Ice-type’s furry ear.

“Piloswine, you have done a phenomenal job. Don’t be afraid. We are supposed to be here. Whatever happens is supposed to happen. We will face this together.”

Hugo hoped he could provide some comfort to his companion, but he knew words could only give so much. He also knew he had to choose his next words very carefully. He turned to face the guardian, taking several steps to put himself between the monster and Piloswine. He raised his arms at his sides and smiled confidently at the Guardian’s soulless yellow eyes.

“So we finally meet. You’ve known that I’ve been coming. You’ve known it the whole time. You shared that premonition with me about this moment back in Winter’s Wrath, trying to stop me. Call it bravery, call it foolishness, call it whatever you want. I call it destiny. I don’t know why I’m supposed to be here, facing you. I don’t know why I am risking my life by standing here before you right now. But I do know that this is what’s supposed to happen. And so do you.

You may claim you understand all of this. That I am just another fool who doesn’t understand the magnitude of his actions. That you know why I am here, and that you know how this will end.

But I don’t believe you.

I don’t question your vast knowledge or that you have seen parts of this world and eras in time that no other being on this planet has or ever will. But you don’t know how this will end.

I recognize my mortality. My flaws and weaknesses. Everyone has their own. Everyone can be defeated.

Including you. There are so few definitives and inevitabilities in life. I don’t believe you are one of them. I don’t believe there is only one, single possible outcome from this encounter.

So you offer me one question. And if this is the final question my ever uttered from my lips, then so be it. Tell me, Guardian…


How can I defeat you?”
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"Pain Pain Pain Pain................ It hurts hurting make it stop
why does it HURT "
A voice cut over everyone else's inside the spirit realm, loud and almost crystaline like and suddenly you and Lily's mother along with her Lucario were rejected by wave after wave of this ostensibly black aura emanating from Diancie

Why the abrupt change? What had occurred in the living realm that caused this to happen? You could feel its pain as if it were your own and you could hardly stand it as is.

What had occurred in the real world was something that kind of happened all at once, along with the majority of the fighting
Blastoise had knocked the Honchcrow down with a stone he managed to pick up and launch with his cannons, then he fired a Signal Beam to it as it fell within his range, smacking it for sure but also slamming it into Monferno who had been rushing in charging with Flames to Scizor, Somehow Blastoise hadn't been paying attention to the battles around him

But Blastoise and Monferno weren't the only two who proceeded to bash into each other's battle. Sceptile had been knocked into the path of Frogadier and got struck with the Aerial Ace intended for Scizor, and it was the final blow needed to knock the Sceptile down for good, much like the Pyroar previously before.

Grovyle still hit the Scizor but it wasn't as effective as it would have been, and the surprise from the mixing up and crashing into each other only landed a single Fury Cutter attack.

Riolu had finally finished evolving into Lucario and had pinned down the Dusknior and trapped it using some kind of Aura Sphere manipulation...

The Huge blue sphere swirled with energy built up by the need to evolve and contained the Dusknoir effectively, and with that danger out of the way, Lily moved on to the next thing. Diancie and Mister and Misses Dusk.

Speaking of them... Mister Dusk had some kind of... dark pendant and dark energy was pouring out and enveloping Dianice making her writhe in pain and her form was changing, although she wasn't the only one undergoing a change as the Scizor was also being surrounded with similar darkness, but he didn't seem to be in as much pain.

What in the world was going on, what's your choice of action?


"Diancie, is that you? What is happening?" Just when Xander thought they were making progress, things got worse. It seemed like Diancie was becoming corrupted, but how? They had to find a way to stop or slow the corruption. "Can you do anything to help her?" Xander looked to Lily's mother and her Lucario. "We can't let her become corrupted, your daughter and my Pokemon will be at even great risk!"

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Blastoise did a quick look around. Honchkrow was down but not out, Sceptile was down and out. Dusknoir was trapped, momentarily at least. Diancie and Scizor were the main issue now. The man was doing something dark and twisted to the pair of them. Scizor seemed to be embracing it, but Diancie was resisting as much as possible. He hoped it would continue to resist, it would mean they could concentrate a bit more on the Scizor. Blastoise shouted out, Frogadier and Grovyle were to finish the Honchkrow, while he and Monferno did their bes to wear down the Scizor.

Frogadier and Grovyle responded immediately. Blastoise had knocked the Honchkrow down, but they needed to keep it down. Both rushed towards the bird, both preparing to strike with a Thunder Punch. Grovyle would then hit it with a Dragon Breath before giving Frogadier room to smash it with a Rock Tomb.

Monferno and Blastoise focused all of their attention on Scizor. It's transformation wasn't complete yet, perhaps there was still time to stop it. Monferno prepared a Flamethrower, while Blastoise readied an Aura Sphere. If that wasn't enough, they'd rush in with a Flame Charge and a Skull Bash. They need to put a stop to this, they needed their trainer back.
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