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    Cortoza
    The Volcanic Island

    Floating serenely in the middle of the ocean, Cortoza is a secluded land mass which was once a beautiful and highly populated tropical island. Two hundred years ago a powerful oceanic earthquake resulted in a chain reaction of death and destruction as Cortoza's active volcanic mountains erupted in a series of cataclysmic explosions that churned out a spectacular display of ash, rock, and molten lava, and finally ending with Mt Fumi's stupendous paroxysmal eruption. All of Cortoza's vegetation was destroyed, while humans and Pokémon not fast enough to flee perished in the resulting destruction as the western end of the island collapsed beneath the sea, generating a series of devastating pyroclastic flows and immense tsunamis that ravaged adjacent coastlines. The events of that day marked the last 24 hours on earth for over 50,000 people and 300,000 Pokémon, as the wave of destruction flowed across hundreds of coastal villages and towns. For the next hundred years nobody dared approach the island due to the constant seismic activity and mini eruptions, but for the past several decades all has been quiet. Pokémon have returned, and with very few people drawn to the volcanic island, wildlife has been given the chance to thrive. Although wary, people are also beginning to venture to Cortoza again, some of the more opportunistic seeing this land as their chance to strike it rich due to its fast-booming tourism industry. Most are curious though, as the island has shown amazing regenerative qualities, and many are eager to explore and to witness the miraculous regrowth for themselves. The tropical jungle is flourishing once more, Pokémon have returned, and as far as everyone is aware most of Cortoza's volcanoes have been laying dormant for almost one hundred years.


    The Island
    The constant heat seeping up through Cortoza's volcanic soil has given the island a distinct tropical feel, a vast and winding rainforest taking up a large percentage of the land's mass and surrounding each of Cortoza's mountains. The rainforest is humid and full of life, but also very dangerous. The ground is unstable in certain areas making hiking through the forest dangerous even for the most experienced of guides. Several patches of arid, rocky land dot the island, where no vegetation will grow, and it's there that some of the strongest and most fearsome Pokémon roam.

    Areas:
    Shale Beach: Shale Beach stretches around the outskirts of the island itself. Its sand is gritty and black, not at all the postcard picture you want to be sending home.

    Ignatius River: Flowing from the base of Mt. Infernus and winding throughout the island before eventually flowing into the sea, the Ignatius River is a popular destination for travellers who wish to picnic by its banks, or take a dip after a long day of hiking. Many wild Pokémon can be found wandering around here, and most are rather friendly as they've become accustomed to seeing humans wandering along the shore.

    Garland Basin: A large basin near Mt. Ceniza where many varieties of herbs grow. A large number of natural hot springs are found here, making it a popular tourist attraction. The effects of the herbs in the warm spring water can have various effects, some very soothing.

    Lake Tyr: A freshwater lake situated roughly halfway between Mt. Pele and Mt. Fumi, Lake Tyr covers an area of about 2.4 square kilometres and is over 220 meters deep. The water is a beautiful, sapphire blue, and is always quite warm due to volcanic activity beneath the island. Many people are drawn here for the spectacular scenery, but also to take a refreshing dip after spending a long day trekking across the island. What most don't tend to realise is that Lake Tyr is sitting right on top of an active oceanic volcano.

    Crystal Resort: A comfortable and modern resort built on the edge of Lake Tyr for the tourists who are now frequenting Cortoza.

    Research Lab: A division of Volcanity Inc., this scientific team has set up equipment at several locations across the island in order to study the geological effects of past eruptions on the current environment, as well as to track any current seismic activity. Sometimes they can use some help, so if you offer your services you may be able to take on a job.



    Mt. Pele
    From afar, this mountain appears to resemble a woman whom the Cortozans believe to be the Goddess of fire, lightning, dance, volcanoes, and violence. Pele was, and still is, both revered and feared by the native inhabitants of Cortoza as they firmly believe the only way to avoid utter destruction of their land is to pay homage to her. With Mt. Pele having been the first to erupt two hundred years ago, many believe their Goddess was unhappy with her subjects, and that she had exacted her punishment upon them for having ignored their faith in her. Those who survived the initial destruction two centuries ago were sure to pass on the story of Pele to their children so that her legend was sure to live on. Today, the descendants of Cortoza's survivors hold daily rituals and monthly festivals to keep their Goddess happy in the hope she'll never destroy their homes again.

    Areas:
    Pele's Ruins: The ruins of a thousand year old temple built in Pele's honour. Descendants of Cortoza's survivors steer clear of these ruins as they believe they have been cursed by Pele herself, and have instead built another temple in which to worship their Goddess. The Ruins have become a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the island however, a fact which makes the natives rather uneasy.

    Pele's Temple: Built by the descendants of Cortoza's survivors as a place of worship for their beloved Goddess, this pure white marble temple is a work of art. Etchings, paintings, and sculptures depict the Cortozan Goddess in all of her flaming beauty, and those who enter the temple are expected to leave an offering in order to keep Pele happy.

    Pele's Shrine: Half-way up the mountainside is another monument built in Pele's honour, this sacred shrine's centrepiece none other than a sacrificial altar surrounded by flaming torches. Chanting can be heard at night, drifting across the island, but it's the blood-curdling screams that can be heard emanating from here under the light of a full moon that keep tourists and trainers away when the sun begins to set.

    Pele's Cavern: About two-thirds of the way up the mountainside is an enormous cavern dedicated to Pele. Molten lava pits dot the floor, the humidity so intense that only the hardiest of fire types can withstand the extreme temperatures. Trainers will need plenty of water if they wish to enter as no human can stand the heat for more than a few minutes at a time. Cortozans believe that winning a battle here will impress their Goddess who will bestow them with good fortune after proving they are worthy of her faith, and will often challenge strong trainers to a battle.

    Fire Pit: Believed to be the home of Pele, the crater's magma-filled centre is well protected. Cortozan natives are afraid that tourists and trainers will not show their deity the respect she deserves and will stop at nothing to ensure nobody reaches Mt. Pele's summit.



    Mt. Fumi
    The largest and most volatile of Cortoza's volcano's, Mt. Fumi tends to strike most who see it with feelings of awe and fear. Towering over the other mountains, Mt. Fumi is an impressive sight, but is also home to some of the most dangerous Pokémon who tend to dwell higher up on the mountainside in order to avoid the sudden influx of trainers who are frequenting the island. If you plan on taking a hike up this mountain, you'll want a powerful team by your side.

    Areas:
    Terraki Village: One of many villages destroyed by the eruption two hundred years ago. Recently, the descendants of those who once dwelt here have returned to lay claim to their ancestral land.

    Fumi's Walk: A long and winding trail that twists around the volcano. If you think you have the stamina to make your way to Mt. Fumi's summit you can certainly give it a try, but beware, the trail is unstable and the Pokémon along here do not like intruders.

    Open Plain: A wide plateau near the mountaintop. Many travellers like to picnic here and challenge each other to a friendly battle. The views are amazing, but sometimes wild Pokémon who don't like people trespassing upon their territory are prone to emerge from the caverns dotting the mountainside to attack and scare people off. Be prepared for more than a little sightseeing if you venture this far up the mountain.

    Mt Fumi Peak: The hottest of all places, deadly fire Pokémon breach the edges of the volcano making the heat almost as intense as the lava inside. If you manage to make it to the top, bring a lot of water - you'll need it.

    Volcanic Crater: Inside of Mt. Fumi is the volcano's crater. It is hot, steamy and full of lava. While the volcano has been dormant for almost one hundred years the island is occasionally racked with powerful tremors, an indication of the fact that this thing is preparing for another mind-blowing explosion. It is rumoured that immediately after one of these tremors, some of the strongest fire and lava Pokémon appear.
    - Sub-Area:
    - The Lava Pit: A battle arena suspended over the lava where Fire Pokémon battle each other in tournament-esque matches for a prize and the glory of being crowned the champion. Trainers with Fire Pokémon often find themselves here because of their Pokémon's lust for battle and eagerness to prove themselves against other fire types. Legend has it that the king of Fire Pokémon presents the prize and crowns each new champion personally...



    Mt. Ceniza
    Always grey, Mt. Ceniza is constantly coated in a thin layer of ash. An active volcano, she doesn't appear to be on the verge of eruption - not any time soon, anyway - but her constant rumbling can be felt by those who travel near. This mountain has become a tourist attraction, particularly for those interested in collecting ash, though the tremors felt do tend to keep the more nervous travellers away.

    Areas:
    Cinder Village: A small village at the base of Mt. Ceniza built around a murky hot spring. Its inhabitants believe the ash filled water will cure any ailment for human and Pokémon alike.

    Caliente Trail: A path leading up the mountain that is always covered in ash. Not many Pokémon find the living conditions on Mt. Ceniza to be very pleasant, but those who do seem to enjoy their surroundings. Some are more friendly than others, so don't be too quick to befriend wild Pokémon seen along here or you may be in for more than you'd bargained for.

    Granite Tunnel: A maze-like tunnel leading up through the inner mountain. Steps have been carved into the rocks so that people can make their way to several different locations of the mountainside in order to bypass the falling ash. A preferable choice for those who prefer to stay clean, but it can get quite warm in here so be sure to bring along a good supply of water. Falling rubble can pose a problem, however, during Mt. Ceniza's stronger tremors so you'll need your wits about you at all times.

    Rest House: An old man living on the mountain is the only person to have returned to Cortoza decades before any other human dared to venture back to the island. He's a little strange after having lived so long on his own, but is a very friendly fellow indeed. He enjoys the company of trainers, and will open his home to anyone in need of food and a place to sleep. He makes remarkable glass sculptures from the ash he collects, and if you do him a favour you may just find yourself leaving with a unique souvenir.

    Ceniza Summit: Definitely not the safest place to roam. The light stream of ash emitting from its crater is very hot upon emerging from the depths of the volcano, though it cools rapidly upon coming into contact with the air. If you're unfortunate enough to be wandering about here during one of Ceniza's 'bursts' of activity, you're going to need to take cover, and fast! The land up here is fairly barren, the trees long since dead, though the odd patches of hardy plant life scattered across the summit are a pleasant sight to behold. Most of the Pokémon who reside up here dwell in caves and aren't too friendly when approached, so if you do plan on travelling here you'll need to have the ability the think quickly and decisively when dangerous situations arise.



    Mt. Infernus
    The second largest of Cortoza's mountains, Mt. Infernus is now extinct. Many Pokémon have made their homes within the vast network of tunnels and caverns deep within the mountain, and aren't all that accustomed to seeing people. It's become the primary breeding ground for many of the rarer Pokémon who tend to shy away from humans, and due to the protective nature of the parent Pokémon, quite a hazardous area to traverse.

    Areas:
    Waterfall: A large waterfall cascading down the side of Mt. Infernus and into the Ignatius River before flowing out to sea. Many tourists and trainers love to bask in the sun by its banks which are much more pleasant to visit than the uninviting Shale Beach surrounding the island.

    Scenic Walk: A long path comprised of slopes and stairs leading up and around the mountainside. With Mt. Infernus being an extinct volcano and Cortoza's second tallest mountain, most tourists feel more comfortable sightseeing from here. The views are spectacular, and there are several campsites manned my Cortozan natives who will provide food and shelter for weary travellers.

    Totem Village: A tribal village situated upon a mesa on the mountainside which is surrounded by totem poles depicting various Cortozan Gods. The villagers are extremely friendly and always happy to engage in friendly battles with trainers looking to prove themselves upon any of the cleverly designed battle arenas created by the villagers.

    Mountain Peak: A sanctuary for wild Pokémon who live amidst the lush trees found upon the mountaintop. Very few trainers have the stamina to make it all the way up here, so the Pokémon who dwell in the area have thrived in this environment. Many freshwater pools dot the landscape, but beware of the fast flowing river that leads to the edge of the waterfall cascading into the river below as no safety rails have been built to keep curious trainers and Pokémon away from the long drop over the mountainside.

    The Rock Pool: Deep, deep, deep, within the bowels of Mt. Infernus there is rumoured to be a secluded water-filled chamber where extremely rare and ancient Pokémon dwell. Some even say that Pokémon have mutated over the centuries to create new breeds, never before seen in the land of Fizzy Bubbles. This has never been confirmed or denied, as those who have stumbled across this chamber have never been able to defeat the Pokémon they've encountered, let alone capture them. When told to bring proof of their existence, those who have tried to return to the chamber have never been able to find it again. Who knows? If you're lucky, you may just stumble across it...

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    Default Cortoza's Recorded History

    Cortoza
    The Volcanic Island

    Floating serenely in the middle of the ocean, Cortoza is a secluded land mass which was once a beautiful and highly populated tropical island. Two hundred years ago a powerful oceanic earthquake resulted in a chain reaction of death and destruction as Cortoza's active volcanic mountains erupted in a series of cataclysmic explosions that churned out a spectacular display of ash, rock, and molten lava, and finally ending with Mt Fumi's stupendous paroxysmal eruption. All of Cortoza's vegetation was destroyed, while humans and Pokémon not fast enough to flee perished in the resulting destruction as the western end of the island collapsed beneath the sea, generating a series of devastating pyroclastic flows and immense tsunamis that ravaged adjacent coastlines. The events of that day marked the last 24 hours on earth for over 50,000 people and 300,000 Pokémon, as the wave of destruction flowed across hundreds of coastal villages and towns. For the next hundred years nobody dared approach the island due to the constant seismic activity and mini eruptions, but for the past several decades all has been quiet. Pokémon have returned, and with very few people drawn to the volcanic island, wildlife has been given the chance to thrive. Although wary, people are also beginning to venture to Cortoza again, some of the more opportunistic seeing this land as their chance to strike it rich due to its fast-booming tourism industry. Most are curious though, as the island has shown amazing regenerative qualities, and many are eager to explore and to witness the miraculous regrowth for themselves. The tropical jungle is flourishing once more, Pokémon have returned, and as far as everyone is aware most of Cortoza's volcanoes have been laying dormant for almost one hundred years.


    The Island
    The constant heat seeping up through Cortoza's volcanic soil has given the island a distinct tropical feel, a vast and winding rainforest taking up a large percentage of the land's mass and surrounding each of Cortoza's mountains. The rainforest is humid and full of life, but also very dangerous. The ground is unstable in certain areas making hiking through the forest dangerous even for the most experienced of guides. Several patches of arid, rocky land dot the island, where no vegetation will grow, and it's there that some of the strongest and most fearsome Pokémon roam.

    Areas:
    Shale Beach: Shale Beach stretches around the outskirts of the island itself. Its sand is gritty and black, not at all the postcard picture you want to be sending home.

    Ignatius River: Flowing from the base of Mt. Infernus and winding throughout the island before eventually flowing into the sea, the Ignatius River is a popular destination for travellers who wish to picnic by its banks, or take a dip after a long day of hiking. Many wild Pokémon can be found wandering around here, and most are rather friendly as they've become accustomed to seeing humans wandering along the shore.

    Garland Basin: A large basin near Mt. Ceniza where many varieties of herbs grow. A large number of natural hot springs are found here, making it a popular tourist attraction. The effects of the herbs in the warm spring water can have various effects, some very soothing.

    Lake Tyr: A freshwater lake situated roughly halfway between Mt. Pele and Mt. Fumi, Lake Tyr covers an area of about 2.4 square kilometres and is over 220 meters deep. The water is a beautiful, sapphire blue, and is always quite warm due to volcanic activity beneath the island. Many people are drawn here for the spectacular scenery, but also to take a refreshing dip after spending a long day trekking across the island. What most don't tend to realise is that Lake Tyr is sitting right on top of an active oceanic volcano.

    Crystal Resort: A comfortable and modern resort built on the edge of Lake Tyr for the tourists who are now frequenting Cortoza.

    Research Lab: A division of Volcanity Inc., this scientific team has set up equipment at several locations across the island in order to study the geological effects of past eruptions on the current environment, as well as to track any current seismic activity. Sometimes they can use some help, so if you offer your services you may be able to take on a job.



    Mt. Pele
    From afar, this mountain appears to resemble a woman whom the Cortozans believe to be the Goddess of fire, lightning, dance, volcanoes, and violence. Pele was, and still is, both revered and feared by the native inhabitants of Cortoza as they firmly believe the only way to avoid utter destruction of their land is to pay homage to her. With Mt. Pele having been the first to erupt two hundred years ago, many believe their Goddess was unhappy with her subjects, and that she had exacted her punishment upon them for having ignored their faith in her. Those who survived the initial destruction two centuries ago were sure to pass on the story of Pele to their children so that her legend was sure to live on. Today, the descendants of Cortoza's survivors hold daily rituals and monthly festivals to keep their Goddess happy in the hope she'll never destroy their homes again.

    Areas:
    Pele's Ruins: The ruins of a thousand year old temple built in Pele's honour. Descendants of Cortoza's survivors steer clear of these ruins as they believe they have been cursed by Pele herself, and have instead built another temple in which to worship their Goddess. The Ruins have become a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the island however, a fact which makes the natives rather uneasy.

    Pele's Temple: Built by the descendants of Cortoza's survivors as a place of worship for their beloved Goddess, this pure white marble temple is a work of art. Etchings, paintings, and sculptures depict the Cortozan Goddess in all of her flaming beauty, and those who enter the temple are expected to leave an offering in order to keep Pele happy.

    Pele's Shrine: Half-way up the mountainside is another monument built in Pele's honour, this sacred shrine's centrepiece none other than a sacrificial altar surrounded by flaming torches. Chanting can be heard at night, drifting across the island, but it's the blood-curdling screams that can be heard emanating from here under the light of a full moon that keep tourists and trainers away when the sun begins to set.

    Pele's Cavern: About two-thirds of the way up the mountainside is an enormous cavern dedicated to Pele. Molten lava pits dot the floor, the humidity so intense that only the hardiest of fire types can withstand the extreme temperatures. Trainers will need plenty of water if they wish to enter as no human can stand the heat for more than a few minutes at a time. Cortozans believe that winning a battle here will impress their Goddess who will bestow them with good fortune after proving they are worthy of her faith, and will often challenge strong trainers to a battle.

    Fire Pit: Believed to be the home of Pele, the crater's magma-filled centre is well protected. Cortozan natives are afraid that tourists and trainers will not show their deity the respect she deserves and will stop at nothing to ensure nobody reaches Mt. Pele's summit.



    Mt. Fumi
    The largest and most volatile of Cortoza's volcano's, Mt. Fumi tends to strike most who see it with feelings of awe and fear. Towering over the other mountains, Mt. Fumi is an impressive sight, but is also home to some of the most dangerous Pokémon who tend to dwell higher up on the mountainside in order to avoid the sudden influx of trainers who are frequenting the island. If you plan on taking a hike up this mountain, you'll want a powerful team by your side.

    Areas:
    Terraki Village: One of many villages destroyed by the eruption two hundred years ago. Recently, the descendants of those who once dwelt here have returned to lay claim to their ancestral land.

    Fumi's Walk: A long and winding trail that twists around the volcano. If you think you have the stamina to make your way to Mt. Fumi's summit you can certainly give it a try, but beware, the trail is unstable and the Pokémon along here do not like intruders.

    Open Plain: A wide plateau near the mountaintop. Many travellers like to picnic here and challenge each other to a friendly battle. The views are amazing, but sometimes wild Pokémon who don't like people trespassing upon their territory are prone to emerge from the caverns dotting the mountainside to attack and scare people off. Be prepared for more than a little sightseeing if you venture this far up the mountain.

    Mt Fumi Peak: The hottest of all places, deadly fire Pokémon breach the edges of the volcano making the heat almost as intense as the lava inside. If you manage to make it to the top, bring a lot of water - you'll need it.

    Volcanic Crater: Inside of Mt. Fumi is the volcano's crater. It is hot, steamy and full of lava. While the volcano has been dormant for almost one hundred years the island is occasionally racked with powerful tremors, an indication of the fact that this thing is preparing for another mind-blowing explosion. It is rumoured that immediately after one of these tremors, some of the strongest fire and lava Pokémon appear.
    - Sub-Area:
    - The Lava Pit: A battle arena suspended over the lava where Fire Pokémon battle each other in tournament-esque matches for a prize and the glory of being crowned the champion. Trainers with Fire Pokémon often find themselves here because of their Pokémon's lust for battle and eagerness to prove themselves against other fire types. Legend has it that the king of Fire Pokémon presents the prize and crowns each new champion personally...



    Mt. Ceniza
    Always grey, Mt. Ceniza is constantly coated in a thin layer of ash. An active volcano, she doesn't appear to be on the verge of eruption - not any time soon, anyway - but her constant rumbling can be felt by those who travel near. This mountain has become a tourist attraction, particularly for those interested in collecting ash, though the tremors felt do tend to keep the more nervous travellers away.

    Areas:
    Cinder Village: A small village at the base of Mt. Ceniza built around a murky hot spring. Its inhabitants believe the ash filled water will cure any ailment for human and Pokémon alike.

    Caliente Trail: A path leading up the mountain that is always covered in ash. Not many Pokémon find the living conditions on Mt. Ceniza to be very pleasant, but those who do seem to enjoy their surroundings. Some are more friendly than others, so don't be too quick to befriend wild Pokémon seen along here or you may be in for more than you'd bargained for.

    Granite Tunnel: A maze-like tunnel leading up through the inner mountain. Steps have been carved into the rocks so that people can make their way to several different locations of the mountainside in order to bypass the falling ash. A preferable choice for those who prefer to stay clean, but it can get quite warm in here so be sure to bring along a good supply of water. Falling rubble can pose a problem, however, during Mt. Ceniza's stronger tremors so you'll need your wits about you at all times.

    Rest House: An old man living on the mountain is the only person to have returned to Cortoza decades before any other human dared to venture back to the island. He's a little strange after having lived so long on his own, but is a very friendly fellow indeed. He enjoys the company of trainers, and will open his home to anyone in need of food and a place to sleep. He makes remarkable glass sculptures from the ash he collects, and if you do him a favour you may just find yourself leaving with a unique souvenir.

    Ceniza Summit: Definitely not the safest place to roam. The light stream of ash emitting from its crater is very hot upon emerging from the depths of the volcano, though it cools rapidly upon coming into contact with the air. If you're unfortunate enough to be wandering about here during one of Ceniza's 'bursts' of activity, you're going to need to take cover, and fast! The land up here is fairly barren, the trees long since dead, though the odd patches of hardy plant life scattered across the summit are a pleasant sight to behold. Most of the Pokémon who reside up here dwell in caves and aren't too friendly when approached, so if you do plan on travelling here you'll need to have the ability the think quickly and decisively when dangerous situations arise.



    Mt. Infernus
    The second largest of Cortoza's mountains, Mt. Infernus is now extinct. Many Pokémon have made their homes within the vast network of tunnels and caverns deep within the mountain, and aren't all that accustomed to seeing people. It's become the primary breeding ground for many of the rarer Pokémon who tend to shy away from humans, and due to the protective nature of the parent Pokémon, quite a hazardous area to traverse.

    Areas:
    Waterfall: A large waterfall cascading down the side of Mt. Infernus and into the Ignatius River before flowing out to sea. Many tourists and trainers love to bask in the sun by its banks which are much more pleasant to visit than the uninviting Shale Beach surrounding the island.

    Scenic Walk: A long path comprised of slopes and stairs leading up and around the mountainside. With Mt. Infernus being an extinct volcano and Cortoza's second tallest mountain, most tourists feel more comfortable sightseeing from here. The views are spectacular, and there are several campsites manned my Cortozan natives who will provide food and shelter for weary travellers.

    Totem Village: A tribal village situated upon a mesa on the mountainside which is surrounded by totem poles depicting various Cortozan Gods. The villagers are extremely friendly and always happy to engage in friendly battles with trainers looking to prove themselves upon any of the cleverly designed battle arenas created by the villagers.

    Mountain Peak: A sanctuary for wild Pokémon who live amidst the lush trees found upon the mountaintop. Very few trainers have the stamina to make it all the way up here, so the Pokémon who dwell in the area have thrived in this environment. Many freshwater pools dot the landscape, but beware of the fast flowing river that leads to the edge of the waterfall cascading into the river below as no safety rails have been built to keep curious trainers and Pokémon away from the long drop over the mountainside.

    The Rock Pool: Deep, deep, deep, within the bowels of Mt. Infernus there is rumoured to be a secluded water-filled chamber where extremely rare and ancient Pokémon dwell. Some even say that Pokémon have mutated over the centuries to create new breeds, never before seen in the land of Fizzy Bubbles. This has never been confirmed or denied, as those who have stumbled across this chamber have never been able to defeat the Pokémon they've encountered, let alone capture them. When told to bring proof of their existence, those who have tried to return to the chamber have never been able to find it again. Who knows? If you're lucky, you may just stumble across it...
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    Well, since the end of the old CG adventure has came, it's time to migrate to a warmer climate...*shot*

    Jamie had always been a bit of a fan of warm places, likely deriving from his Sinnoh encounters with an irate Heatran when he and Volcape, along with his old Starmie, knocked a few stray rocks into Stark Mountain's large crater. The memories of those days flooded back to the trainer as he ended up outside Cortoza, a volcanic island range that had spontaneously appeared, having departed from Seaside City in the faroff Laguna Peninsula.

    The volcanic scent filled his lungs with nostalgia, as the young adult plucked a pokeball and released the resident: Volcape. As it were it had been a long time, and in the travels around the realm of Fizzy Bubbles, he had grown into a stately and proud Infernape, and upon seeing the volcanic isles, gave a cheerful grunt. As it were, however, Jamie was a little bored on the island, as he procured a small brochure of Cortoza, in which the front was emblazoned with a smouldering volcano with a silly image of a relaxing Charizard. Sighing inwardly, he flicked through the pages, picking out a few places he'd not wish to linger around in.

    As the monkey pokemon peered over his shoulder, a surprising feat considering his master was a little over six feet tall, he frowned at the four major volcanoes, before pointing at the main island area, as Jamie peeked at it. Giving a curious grin, Volcape gave another grunt as Jamie noticed a certain area of the place which piqued his interest, and as the pair nodded, both set off for the crystal resort to check out the area and see if they could nab some R&R.


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    fishyfool: Setting foot onto Cortoza Isle, you breathe in deeply, the spicy air bringing in a flood of memories from Stark Mountain in Sinnoh. The black, ashy soil crunches softly underneath your feet as you and and your Infernape survey the island. Sighing slightly, you retreive the map you received on the Laguna Peninsula, quickly choosing the high-tech Crystal Resort as the destination for your journey. Motioning to Volcape to follow you, the Infernape grins and begins to lope forwards with you, heading down the trail to the Crystal Resort.

    Choosing a path that would take you quickly to the Crystal Resort, you find yourself in the middle of the jungle rather quickly, sweat making your shirt stick to your skin as you hike throught the undergrowth. The jungle around you teems with life, Aipom are swinging on the branches above you, and the path in front of you continues to stretch on. Checking your watch, you notice that you've been walking for almost an hour now, and realize that you're soaked with sweet and are starting to breathe heavily from the walk. However, up ahead you see a glint of sunlight on metal... it looks like you're almost there!

    Grinning widely, you begin running towards the Crystal Resort, eager to finally be out of the sweltering jungle. Suddenly, you hear a scream to your right, and out of the corner of your eye you see a small Aipom crying as it is hit by a large Ambipom.

    What will you do?

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    Mt. Infernus
    The second largest of Cortoza's mountains, Mt. Infernus is now extinct. Many Pokémon have made their homes within the vast network of tunnels and caverns deep within the mountain, and aren't all that accustomed to seeing people. It's become the primary breeding ground for many of the rarer Pokémon who tend to shy away from humans, and due to the protective nature of the parent Pokémon, quite a hazardous area to traverse.

    Areas:
    The Rock Pool: Deep, deep, deep, within the bowels of Mt. Infernus there is rumoured to be a secluded water-filled chamber where extremely rare and ancient Pokémon dwell. Some even say that Pokémon have mutated over the centuries to create new breeds, never before seen in the land of Fizzy Bubbles. This has never been confirmed or denied, as those who have stumbled across this chamber have never been able to defeat the Pokémon they've encountered, let alone capture them. When told to bring proof of their existence, those who have tried to return to the chamber have never been able to find it again. Who knows? If you're lucky, you may just stumble across it...
    This time I have an active updater so I'm dropping out of Cascadia.

    Tyson relished the idea of finding a challenge in this dangerous volcano. He had decided to head to The Rock Pool after having heard stories about it from an old friend. "This is Awesome!" He exclaimed as he stared at mount Infernus, it was more dangerous looking than he thought. And he liked that. "I think I should get some help from someone. If I stumble into something I can't handle I might need someone to help me get the hell out." He unclipped two pokeballs from his belt, "Valor, Mortimer, come out." He aimed the pokeballs at the ground as two pokemon appeared, a little blue turtle and a floating tissue-like ghost, A Squirtle and a Shuppet. "Look guys, were going into a little place called the rock pool. Or at least we are going to look for it. The three of us are going to be in danger most likely so stay on your toes." They both nodded, and all three headed towards Mt. Infernus, and mmaybe the rock pool.


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    fishyfool: Setting foot onto Cortoza Isle, you breathe in deeply, the spicy air bringing in a flood of memories from Stark Mountain in Sinnoh. The black, ashy soil crunches softly underneath your feet as you and and your Infernape survey the island. Sighing slightly, you retreive the map you received on the Laguna Peninsula, quickly choosing the high-tech Crystal Resort as the destination for your journey. Motioning to Volcape to follow you, the Infernape grins and begins to lope forwards with you, heading down the trail to the Crystal Resort.

    Choosing a path that would take you quickly to the Crystal Resort, you find yourself in the middle of the jungle rather quickly, sweat making your shirt stick to your skin as you hike throught the undergrowth. The jungle around you teems with life, Aipom are swinging on the branches above you, and the path in front of you continues to stretch on. Checking your watch, you notice that you've been walking for almost an hour now, and realize that you're soaked with sweet and are starting to breathe heavily from the walk. However, up ahead you see a glint of sunlight on metal... it looks like you're almost there!

    Grinning widely, you begin running towards the Crystal Resort, eager to finally be out of the sweltering jungle. Suddenly, you hear a scream to your right, and out of the corner of your eye you see a small Aipom crying as it is hit by a large Ambipom.

    What will you do?
    With the nods and natural ability to get oneself lost, Jamie had decided to invest in a compass and mapreading ability so that he would actually reach the resort instead of the magma-drenched caldera of a nearby volcano, as Volcape started out on the journey to the resort. As they entered the jungle, Jamie gave a cheerful whistle and prepared to go through unfamiliar territory, being one who preferred the mountains and temperate woodland to tropical forest.

    After a while, Volcape was feeling uneasy as Jamie started to mutter under his breath at the B.O he was gathering in his shirt, and he started to wish he didn't bring so much clothing to the island. Yes, there were pokemon here, as the two of them had spotted a few Aipom swinging around the trees, and jamie naturallye xpected some Sceptile to just jump out from behind them and skewer him for intruding on the terrain, but he dispelled these thoughts as a glint of sunlight peeked through the foliage and into his eyeballs, making him swear a little loudly, before smiling. The resort building was merely a few hundred metres ahead and they had only been here an hour.

    "Dammit, remind me to visit some urban area next time, eh?"

    A sudden scream caught his attention as Jamie groaned before turning to the source of the racket to see an Aipom being smacked about by a larger Ambipom for some unknown reason, and had a small thought as to the possibilities: Perhaps the smaller monkey had nicked the larger's food and was getting a hiding for it, or the Ambipom was the villain of the local area and wished to eliminate the smaller ape as a potential threat. Either way, the small Aipom's cries were starting to get on Jamie's nerves as Volcape noticed and offered his paw in assisting in the chaos.

    "Well, okay then. Get closer and see what the hell's going on with them, try and assert your authority as a bigger and nastier monkey, and see what the Ambipom's battering the little one for. If it's something pretty severe or a proper crime, such as hurting his pal or stealing food, then let him be. If it's a case of bullying, mach punch the Ambipom in the gut before deliverng a nice blaze kick to his arse. Should the monkey take advantage of your open-mindedness to start on you, swiftly smack him with a swift ice beam and while he's recovering from the sudden shock, close combat him for trying to be smart."

    With a nod and a crack of his knuckle, Volcape sauntered nearer the two monkeys, and Jamie knew inside that something was going to hurt.


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    psychopath: Arriving on Cortoza Isle near Mt. Infernus, you call out your companions to help you in your journey to the Rock Pool. Noting the supposed location of the legendary spot, you set off towards the dead volcanoe in the distance. Realizing that you have to take the Scenic Path to get even remotely close to your goal, your map steers you that way. Traversing the Scenic Path, you notice that there aren't any other people on the trail... as though something might be wrong here. Up ahead, you see an old man blocking the road into the mountain with his Steelix. Apparently something is going on that the tribe doesn't want tourists to interfere in. Further up the path you see Totem Village completely overflowing with people...

    What will you do?

    fishyfool: Stopping on your way to your destination, you cringe at the Aipom's cries, their high shriekingness annoying the hell out of you. Nodding to Infernape to deal with the annoyance, you cross your arms and watch as the fire monkey lopes over to the Aipom and Ambipom. As Infernape approaches the two squabblers, the Ambipom screeches loudly and fiercely before hitting Aipom on the side of the head, sending the Pokemon flying facefirst into a tree near you. Groaning, the Aipom collapses, unconscious due to the head blow. Infernape roars in anger at the Ambipom's aggression, and Mach Punches Ambipom hard, hitting the monkey in the gut and lifting him off the ground. Ambipom Screeches loudly, causing Infernape to flinch, and Double Hits him. Infernape's leg catches fire and a resounding crack is heard as the Blaze Kick connects... with a tree? Laughing evilly, Ambipom grins from the tree he just leapt to, Taunting Infernape to do his worst. Infernape spins around to keep his opponent in view, and you notice that the tree he felled is smoldering from the Blaze Kick a little...

    What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post
    psychopath: Arriving on Cortoza Isle near Mt. Infernus, you call out your companions to help you in your journey to the Rock Pool. Noting the supposed location of the legendary spot, you set off towards the dead volcanoe in the distance. Realizing that you have to take the Scenic Path to get even remotely close to your goal, your map steers you that way. Traversing the Scenic Path, you notice that there aren't any other people on the trail... as though something might be wrong here. Up ahead, you see an old man blocking the road into the mountain with his Steelix. Apparently something is going on that the tribe doesn't want tourists to interfere in. Further up the path you see Totem Village completely overflowing with people...

    What will you do?
    Tyson was surprised at the fact that he'd have to take the scenic route, not because he was lazy, and not because it was dangerous, but because it was overflowing with them. Tyson hated tourists, they reminded him of death, even though he technichally was a tourist. He saw a few totems in the distance and realised he was near the totem village. What was strange was the fact that he had not seen a single of those bloodsucking leeches anywhere but in the village a few yards away. Stranger than that was the fact that the road was being blocked by a Steelix and an old man. He realised something was up at the village, and to get to the rock pool he needed to get through there. "Time to act like a kid." He was a fifteen year old, but he could get himself past the old man... or at least he thought so. He gave his pokemon a few words, "Mortimer, pretend you are my my starter pokemon and Valor, you'll be my first catch, we are happy and our mom is at the village. If anything goes wrong and we are attacked you should attack the Steelix carefully, Mortimer, use your sneaky moves, like Sucker punch, Shadow Sneak and Payback. Valor, You should use your strong moves, Water Pulse, Water Gun, and Brine." They agreed. He ran at the man and began to speak. "Hello sir, I was windering if I could go to the village? I just caught this wonderful little Turtle and want to show my mom. We separated about an hour ago and I need to talk to her."


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    psychopath: Taking heart at the lack of tourists in the area, you quickly formulate a plan to get past the old man and his giant Steelix. Pretending that you had just caught your first Pokemon, you run up to the man and ask if you can go to the Village. Turning towards you slowly, back cracking multiple times, the old man smiles and nods. Apparently the old man is blocking the path to the Rock Pool, not the path into the Village. Thanking him, you and your Pokemon walk into the village, and are shocked at the sight. Thousands of tourists are milling about the center of town, chatting among themselves and looking for gift shops. Groaning, you try to find a relatively clear area, and spot a small alley to your right. Looking closer, you notice that there is a small child looking out at the crowd, her face a grim mask; she's definitely not happy. By her side is a Bonsly, looking pretty sad that his friend is so sad. The girl looks like she's a native from her traditional garb...

    What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post
    psychopath: Taking heart at the lack of tourists in the area, you quickly formulate a plan to get past the old man and his giant Steelix. Pretending that you had just caught your first Pokemon, you run up to the man and ask if you can go to the Village. Turning towards you slowly, back cracking multiple times, the old man smiles and nods. Apparently the old man is blocking the path to the Rock Pool, not the path into the Village. Thanking him, you and your Pokemon walk into the village, and are shocked at the sight. Thousands of tourists are milling about the center of town, chatting among themselves and looking for gift shops. Groaning, you try to find a relatively clear area, and spot a small alley to your right. Looking closer, you notice that there is a small child looking out at the crowd, her face a grim mask; she's definitely not happy. By her side is a Bonsly, looking pretty sad that his friend is so sad. The girl looks like she's a native from her traditional garb...

    What will you do?
    Tyson looked at the village, it was full of tourists. They're like cockroaches, they're everywhere. He looked at his pokemon, who didn't think hanging around tourists was a good idea. They found a back alley and walked there, thinking of ways to get to the rock pool, "Maybe we could find a path behind the villa--" He stopped, as he saw a little girl, who was looking at the crowds, she was sad. What really struck him was the fact that she was wearing traditional native clothes. He thought about passing her and nott looking back, but something drew him to ask, "What's wrong little girl?"

    He had no clue what had compelled him to ask that question, maybe it was the fact that he had a little sister at home, maybe it was the fact that she was a native, or maybe he was just a nice person. He guessed it was the second, since she was a native she could probably let him into the mountain, into the rock pool. He figured he might as well help, after all, he had no way to the rock pool yet. How is it that I always get to help people? I'm too soft.


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    Mt. Fumi
    The largest and most volatile of Cortoza's volcano's, Mt. Fumi tends to strike most who see it with feelings of awe and fear. Towering over the other mountains, Mt. Fumi is an impressive sight, but is also home to some of the most dangerous Pokémon who tend to dwell higher up on the mountainside in order to avoid the sudden influx of trainers who are frequenting the island. If you plan on taking a hike up this mountain, you'll want a powerful team by your side.

    Open Plain: A wide plateau near the mountaintop. Many travellers like to picnic here and challenge each other to a friendly battle. The views are amazing, but sometimes wild Pokémon who don't like people trespassing upon their territory are prone to emerge from the caverns dotting the mountainside to attack and scare people off. Be prepared for more than a little sightseeing if you venture this far up the mountain.
    Arcanum was heaving heavily by the time he reached his energetic Trapinch, Adam, at the edge of the plateau. It seemed his Trapinch was particularly excited to be here, and even though he didn't share his starter's enthusiasm Arcanum could understand why Adam was pretty excited. There was something about enormous ashy fields that stirred a boy's soul - not to mention the amazing view he enjoyed upon turning around at the way he came! He could see all the way to the oceans from on top of the plateau! Adam was running through the grass at this point, shaking up enormous plumes of ash and dust from the crisp grass. I wonder how grass can survive at all on a volcano... There must be a water source somewhere nearby... Arcanum thought to himself. "Hey, Adam! I think in order for these plants to survive there must be some kind of water source nearby. Do you wanna try to find it for our picnic lunch?" Arcanum asked his Trapinch. He had packed his favorite kind of sandwiches - Peanut Butter and Pepperoni - and couldn't wait to get started on eating them. Adam wasn't nearly as hungry as his exhausted trainer, but as always he barked his approval: "Trap! Trap!"

    Arcanum and Adam started walking away from where they reached the field, hoping that they would soon come across a pleasant spot for their picnic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enchantress View Post

    The Island
    The constant heat seeping up through Cortoza's volcanic soil has given the island a distinct tropical feel, a vast and winding rainforest taking up a large percentage of the land's mass and surrounding each of Cortoza's mountains. The rainforest is humid and full of life, but also very dangerous. The ground is unstable in certain areas making hiking through the forest dangerous even for the most experienced of guides. Several patches of arid, rocky land dot the island, where no vegetation will grow, and it's there that some of the strongest and most fearsome Pokémon roam.

    Research Lab: A division of Volcanity Inc., this scientific team has set up equipment at several locations across the island in order to study the geological effects of past eruptions on the current environment, as well as to track any current seismic activity. Sometimes they can use some help, so if you offer your services you may be able to take on a job.
    Minty's home town was Lavaridge in Hoenn, so he loved being on the volcanic island of Cortoza. The young man was dressed like he was on vacation, a white t-shirt under an unbuttoned black shirt, white board shorts with pokeball pictures aligning the top. Scratch that, on closer inspection the pictures weren't pictures at all, but real pokeballs, three on each leg.

    He travelled lightly, a skip in his step and a hum on his lips at he looked up at the towering dormant volcanoes on the horizon, smiling to himself. He very much wanted a look at them up close, and he was sure he would, however he had seen advertisements around the dock about a research institute on the island that was recording data on the island and the volcanoes. The ads mentioned that at certain times they required assistance, and so Minty figured he would offer his services to see if they were required. It would be a good way to see the island while helping the researchers out at the same time.

    Minty approaches a building with the words "Volcanity Inc." written above the glass sliding doors, the trainer figures he has reached the lab since that is the name of the research company that was on the posters down by the docks. Entering the cool air-conditioned building, Minty looks for someone to ask if they have any need of a pokemon trainer at the moment.

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    fishyfool: Stopping on your way to your destination, you cringe at the Aipom's cries, their high shriekingness annoying the hell out of you. Nodding to Infernape to deal with the annoyance, you cross your arms and watch as the fire monkey lopes over to the Aipom and Ambipom. As Infernape approaches the two squabblers, the Ambipom screeches loudly and fiercely before hitting Aipom on the side of the head, sending the Pokemon flying facefirst into a tree near you. Groaning, the Aipom collapses, unconscious due to the head blow. Infernape roars in anger at the Ambipom's aggression, and Mach Punches Ambipom hard, hitting the monkey in the gut and lifting him off the ground. Ambipom Screeches loudly, causing Infernape to flinch, and Double Hits him. Infernape's leg catches fire and a resounding crack is heard as the Blaze Kick connects... with a tree? Laughing evilly, Ambipom grins from the tree he just leapt to, Taunting Infernape to do his worst. Infernape spins around to keep his opponent in view, and you notice that the tree he felled is smoldering from the Blaze Kick a little...

    What will you do?
    I'll take this reply as both a test and a reply to see if SPPfail will accept the LP updates.

    As Volcape approached, the Ambipom proceeded to clout the poor monkey into a nearby tree after screeching in either surprise or anger, and as the Infernape smacked the twin tailed monkey in the gut, Jamie frowned irritably before his frown turned into a glare as the monkey taunted Volcape for his epic failure to do something at all. Noticing the smouldering tree, Jamie shrugged as he plucked a ball from his belt and in a flash, Wraith the Mudkip was out, and noticing the seething Volcape and the fallen tree, looked up at Jamie.

    "Wraith, can you douse that tree there where it's smoking with a water gun, so it doesn't torch this jungle? Volcape's trying to demolish that Ambipom for bullying that Aipom, so I need you to head over and bring it here when you're done. If Ambipom makes a move for you, smash his arse with a superpower."

    With a yip, Wraith started to move for the tree, while Jamie looked back up at the irritating monkey, before deciding that fire moves will be pointless and very hazardous in a jungle like this.

    "Volcape, show this chimp who the king of the apes is. Scamper up that tree and if he tries to knock you down with his tails, grab it while your hands are electrified with a thunderpunch and drive it into him, then when he's down, get in with some close combat, and show him who's boss."

    As Volcape nodded, Jamie wondered what could compel the larger chimp to assault the smaller one so viciously, and sighed as another relaxation plan went to pot.


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    psychopath: You walk into the alley and implusively ask her what's wrong, thoughts of your own little sister filling your head. Realizing quickly that she might be able to help you get to the Rock Pool, you kneel down next to her, waiting for her reply. The girl's deep brown eyes probe yours as she gauges your trustworthiness. Getting a reassuring nod from her Bonsly, the girl takes a deep breath and begins speaking a thousand words a minute. "Thetouristshaveangeredthepokemononthetopofthemoun tainandmyunclehadtogokeepthemawaywithhissteelixsom ydadcouldtrytocalmthepokemonbuthe'sbeengoneforacou pleofdaysnowandI'mgettingworrywhatshouldIdo?" Sweatdropping, you quickly decipher her words as: "The tourists have angered the Pokemon on the top of the mountain and my uncle had to go keep them away with his Steelix so my dad could try to calm the Pokemon but he's been gone for a couple of days now and I'm getting worried, what should I do?" It seems like the girl's father is missing, and now we know that she's related to the guy with the Steelix.

    "If you help me find my daddy, I can get us to the Rock Pool." she says, a quiet determination shining in her eyes.

    What will you do?

    Arcanumghost: Arriving on Cortoza Isle, you and your Trapinch happily set off to find a perfect place for a picnic, noting the grass rising from the volcanic ashes and deciding to look for water. You walk for a bit, noting the lack of a visible water source, although the scenery is getting more and more beautiful as you move further into the field, the ash mounds rising majestically from the landscape as testaments to the awesome power of nature. Ahead there seems to be an area that is completely devoid of ash, and there are pockmarks all around the perimeter of the area. Popping it's head out is a large Diglett, obviously a sentry for it's little area. On the other side of the clearing you see a Farfetch'd clearing away ash with it's twig, although the usual leek looks like it has feathers tied to it like a makeshift broom.

    What will you do?

    Ytnim: You arrive on Cortoza Isle, breathing in the volcanic air with a contented sigh, looking forward to exploring the island further. Hailing from Lavaridge, you're accustomed to a warm environment and wisely dressed as such, easily making your way to the Volcanity Inc. building without breaking a sweat. Entering the lab, you feel a blast of cool air and shiver slightly, the change in temperature catching you off guard. The door closes with a "foooowmp" behind you, leaving you to adjust your eyes to the scene in front of you. Directly ahead is a counter with a nurse behind it, apparently there for the healing needs sometimes required after a dangerous mission. To her right is a lounge area with comfy couches and knee high tables stacked with current research magazines. To the left of the nurse's counter is an electronic board displaying current errands to be completed. It looks like there are two at the moment:

    WANTED: Escort to Mt. Fumi.
    Acceptor must be skilled at battling and have quick reflexes on dangerous path.

    WANTED: Water samples from Shale Beach, Lake Tyr, Ignatius River, Cinder Village, and Mt. Infernus Waterfall.
    Applicant must be skilled at keeping samples fresh and may be required to work under pressure.

    What will you do?

    fishyfool:
    Sending out Mudkip, you quickly ask him to douse the possible fire, and sigh with relief as he does so, jumping out of the way of the way as Infernape jumps up into the tree next to Ambipom, dodging a Doubleslap and hitting Ambipom hard with a Thunderpunch. Ambipom shrieks in pain as his chest starts smoldering from burnt hair and quickly Slams Infernape in the chest, sending both the monkeys falling to the ground. Infernape roars and starts to whoop Ambipom with Close Combat, but is interrupted as Ambipom fires a Shot of Gunk into Infernape's eyes, blinding him before the follow up Mud Slap covers Infernape in soil. Infernape can't see and might have trouble gripping Ambipom. The beat up Aipom groans in pain near the tree, and you can see his nose starting to bleed.

    What will you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post


    Arcanumghost: Arriving on Cortoza Isle, you and your Trapinch happily set off to find a perfect place for a picnic, noting the grass rising from the volcanic ashes and deciding to look for water. You walk for a bit, noting the lack of a visible water source, although the scenery is getting more and more beautiful as you move further into the field, the ash mounds rising majestically from the landscape as testaments to the awesome power of nature. Ahead there seems to be an area that is completely devoid of ash, and there are pockmarks all around the perimeter of the area. Popping it's head out is a large Diglett, obviously a sentry for it's little area. On the other side of the clearing you see a Farfetch'd clearing away ash with it's twig, although the usual leek looks like it has feathers tied to it like a makeshift broom.

    What will you do?
    After only a few minutes of walking through the ankle deep grass, Arcanum notes two pokémon - surprisingly the first two pokémon he has seen since he started up the side of the mountain. The one on the right is a Diglett, popping its head above ground with a very serious look on its face while scanning the clearing around it. Suddenly it ducks its head underground to appear out of another hole just a few feet away during the next few seconds. It seems to be protecting the area. Glancing across the field, Arcanum notices the other pokémon is a Farfetch'd that seems to be using its leek as a make-shift broom. Arcanum thinks to himself, This is rather odd... don't Farfetch'd normally use their leeks for...., but he stops his train of thought there, finding he can't think of a good purpose for the sticks every Farfetch'd seems to carry. Instead he decides to think of this particular Farfetch'd as resourceful rather than weird, and begins thinking of the whole species of pokémon as weird for having random sticks in the first place.

    However it seems even more strange that the Diglett hadn't noticed the two of them walking towards them by now, but perhaps it is less concerned with guarding its area from trainers as from a particular pokémon. Arcanum is obviously interested in the curious Diglett as he has already made up his mind about the Farfetch'd, but he liked to let Adam decide when the next course of action wasn't clear to Arcanum.

    "Hey Adam, who do you think would know more about the area and could lead us to a cool place to eat?" Arcanum asks. His Trapinch isn't looking up at him though, and by the time Arcanum finishes his sentence, Adam is 10 feet closer to the Diglett and closing in at a moderate pace. "Well, it's nice to know at least my pokémon are listening to me," Arcanum mutters outloud. Perhaps it has to do with seeing another Ground pokémon, he thinks to himself as he begins following the path of disturbed vegetation and ashy plumes Adam is leaving in his wake. By the time Arcanum catches up with his Trapinch, Adam has already tried talking to the Diglett and has turned back to Arcanum to begin trying to demonstrate how the conversation went. After watching nearly a minute of his pokémon's charades, Arcanum begins to peice together an understanding of the situation....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post

    Ytnim: You arrive on Cortoza Isle, breathing in the volcanic air with a contented sigh, looking forward to exploring the island further. Hailing from Lavaridge, you're accustomed to a warm environment and wisely dressed as such, easily making your way to the Volcanity Inc. building without breaking a sweat. Entering the lab, you feel a blast of cool air and shiver slightly, the change in temperature catching you off guard. The door closes with a "foooowmp" behind you, leaving you to adjust your eyes to the scene in front of you. Directly ahead is a counter with a nurse behind it, apparently there for the healing needs sometimes required after a dangerous mission. To her right is a lounge area with comfy couches and knee high tables stacked with current research magazines. To the left of the nurse's counter is an electronic board displaying current errands to be completed. It looks like there are two at the moment:

    WANTED: Escort to Mt. Fumi.
    Acceptor must be skilled at battling and have quick reflexes on dangerous path.

    WANTED: Water samples from Shale Beach, Lake Tyr, Ignatius River, Cinder Village, and Mt. Infernus Waterfall.
    Applicant must be skilled at keeping samples fresh and may be required to work under pressure.

    What will you do?
    Minty looks at the electronic board, weighing up his two options. Collecting the water samples would let him explore various regions of the island, though the escort could be rather important, and Mt. Fumi did look enticing. The trainer figures he doesn't want to just be a glorified messenger boy, and escorting someone would mean company, aside from his pokemon for once, which was always nice. Then again, the person he was to escort could be quite an unpleasant person, one of those scientists who thought they were the smartest person going around, and being along with the water samples might be preferable. Making up his mind, the young man smiles at the nurse behind the counter to get her attention.

    "Hi how are you today?" he asks cheerfully, always wanting to keep things light, "My name's Minty, I'm a trainer, and I'm here to apply for the escort job." Minty tells her, pointing to the wanted message on the board, "Who might I see about that?"

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    Mt. Infernus
    The second largest of Cortoza's mountains, Mt. Infernus is now extinct. Many Pokémon have made their homes within the vast network of tunnels and caverns deep within the mountain, and aren't all that accustomed to seeing people. It's become the primary breeding ground for many of the rarer Pokémon who tend to shy away from humans, and due to the protective nature of the parent Pokémon, quite a hazardous area to traverse.

    Areas:
    Scenic Walk: A long path comprised of slopes and stairs leading up and around the mountainside. With Mt. Infernus being an extinct volcano and Cortoza's second tallest mountain, most tourists feel more comfortable sightseeing from here. The views are spectacular, and there are several campsites manned my Cortozan natives who will provide food and shelter for weary travellers.
    Mountain Peak: A sanctuary for wild Pokémon who live amidst the lush trees found upon the mountaintop. Very few trainers have the stamina to make it all the way up here, so the Pokémon who dwell in the area have thrived in this environment. Many freshwater pools dot the landscape, but beware of the fast flowing river that leads to the edge of the waterfall cascading into the river below as no safety rails have been built to keep curious trainers and Pokémon away from the long drop over the mountainside.
    The Rock Pool: Deep, deep, deep, within the bowels of Mt. Infernus there is rumoured to be a secluded water-filled chamber where extremely rare and ancient Pokémon dwell. Some even say that Pokémon have mutated over the centuries to create new breeds, never before seen in the land of Fizzy Bubbles. This has never been confirmed or denied, as those who have stumbled across this chamber have never been able to defeat the Pokémon they've encountered, let alone capture them. When told to bring proof of their existence, those who have tried to return to the chamber have never been able to find it again. Who knows? If you're lucky, you may just stumble across it...
    Nikki strolled peacefully up the sloping path of the Scenic Walk. Right now, she was just enjoying the view and basking in the fresh, crisp air of the higher-than-norm altitude. The views were truly breathtaking from the appropriately named Scenic Walk, but for now Nikki turned her gaze to the mountain itself. She could see a number of tourists further up ahead and also behind as one would usually expect to be present, casually trekking up the mountainside. For the moment the trainer was just content with following the slopes of the walk which would eventually lead up to the Mountain Peak, but she had come here after hearing of the stories of a watery chamber deep within the depths of Mt. Infernus, which had greatly sparked her sense of adventure; the fabled Rock Pool.

    Would anyone perhaps know any infomation regarding it? Unlikely, but it was worth a shot. Nikki looked around for anyone that she was willing to ask, hoping today would be her lucky day...

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    arcanumghost: You and Adam begin to contemplate the situation of the weird Farfetch'd and its Diglett companion. Deciding that the Farfetch'd was perhaps one of the only resourceful members of its species, actually using the leek for something, you turn your attention to Diglett, wondering why it's guarding a large plot of land. Your Trapinch, Adam quickly starts to converse with the Diglett, and attempts to convey a message to you via charades. Apparently, the Farfetch'd has an agreement with the Diglett tribe to clean in their guard circle, in return for being a part of the community. It seems like the Farfetch'd was found by an elder Dugtrio, who rescued it. The Diglett explains that they need a clear area to watch for cracks in the ground - a telltale sign that their home is too deep underground, and that a cave in might happen soon. Diglett and Farfetch'd have been looking for someone to help them reinforce their underground layer near a river.

    What will you do?

    Ytnim: Weighing the options of the two available errands, you pause for a second at the crossroads between the two. Finally deciding on companionship, you walk up to the nurse and introduce yourself. Smiling cheerfully at you, the nurse presses a button and the escort job flashes "TAKEN" before disappearing from the board. Pressing another button, the nurse talks into a small page calling for a Dr. Hserf to come to the front for his escort. The nurse pulls out a map and starts to draw you the route you will have to take the doctor on, a loopy path running up the side of Mt. Fumi and straight up to the Peak. The doctor seemingly materializes out of thin air next to you, no doubt part of the high tech security system, and quickly packs up his small backpack, attaching one Pokeball to the strap and shouldering it. Dr. Hserf is a tall, sinewy man with deep eyes and scars crisscrossing his face and arms. Looking to be about 30 years old, he appears to be the type of person who doesn't speak much but is nevertheless profoundly wise. Shaking your hand firmly, Dr. Hserf introduces himself to you formally and tells you that he has been told to go to the Peak of Mt. Fumi to plant sensors that monitor volcanic activity. He notes that he would like to stop by Terraki Village to speak with the council there about needing to trespass on their land.

    "We need to be at the top of the volcanoe in three days, and we must be off the peak by the end of the fourth day. The natives have a ceremony they are doing, and we are forbidden to be on their land at that time."

    What will you do?

    atlantis_kid99: The gentle sloping path of the Scenic Walk curves slightly upwards, letting you enjoy both the scenery and clean air without feeling exhausted from a tough climb. Noting the number of tourists, you quickly recall why you decided to come to Mt. Infernus: the legend of the Rock Pool. Looking around for anyone who might know anything about it, you find yourself disappointed due to the lack of any knowledgeable tourists. Taking a short break, trying not to let the lack of progress get to you, you notice a Growlithe sitting on the opposite side of the path, staring directly at you. Suddenly, a Golem tumbles down from above you, Rollouting between tourists and slamming into the Growlite, knocking the puppy off the edge. Golem roars at Growlithe and jumps after it, sliding rocks as Growlithe lets off a massive Flamethrower that you can see even on the other side of the path. It doesn't look like anyone else saw the Golem or Growlithe, which is odd considering the Golem almost trampled a few people... The Growlithe and Golem are falling, trading blows, but it looks like there is a small body of water down there...

    What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post

    Ytnim: Weighing the options of the two available errands, you pause for a second at the crossroads between the two. Finally deciding on companionship, you walk up to the nurse and introduce yourself. Smiling cheerfully at you, the nurse presses a button and the escort job flashes "TAKEN" before disappearing from the board. Pressing another button, the nurse talks into a small page calling for a Dr. Hserf to come to the front for his escort. The nurse pulls out a map and starts to draw you the route you will have to take the doctor on, a loopy path running up the side of Mt. Fumi and straight up to the Peak. The doctor seemingly materializes out of thin air next to you, no doubt part of the high tech security system, and quickly packs up his small backpack, attaching one Pokeball to the strap and shouldering it. Dr. Hserf is a tall, sinewy man with deep eyes and scars crisscrossing his face and arms. Looking to be about 30 years old, he appears to be the type of person who doesn't speak much but is nevertheless profoundly wise. Shaking your hand firmly, Dr. Hserf introduces himself to you formally and tells you that he has been told to go to the Peak of Mt. Fumi to plant sensors that monitor volcanic activity. He notes that he would like to stop by Terraki Village to speak with the council there about needing to trespass on their land.

    "We need to be at the top of the volcanoe in three days, and we must be off the peak by the end of the fourth day. The natives have a ceremony they are doing, and we are forbidden to be on their land at that time."

    What will you do?
    "Sounds like a challenge," Minty replies eagerly, rubbing his hands together in earnest, "We'll need to be fast up the mountain, especially since we need to stop into a village first, Terraki village you said?" Minty asks, since he's new to the area. The young trainer pulls out the map handed to him by the nurse with the path on it, and searches for a Terraki village on his map near Mt. Fumi. When he finds it, he puts his finger on it, looking at the good doctor.

    "Well I suppose it's lucky for you I hail from Lavaridge town, it sits right next to Mt. Chimney in Hoenn, so I've been climbing up and down mountains most of my life." Minty pauses, letting that sink in first, "Plus my pokemon are well trained and eager to help anyone, so while this won't be a walk in the park, it shouldn't be too much trouble either." Minty explains to Dr. Hserf, obviously confident in his and his pokemon's abilities to complete this escort in time with little to no trouble.

    "We should get going now I think, since time is of the essence." Minty tells the doctor, motioning for him to leave the research lab first.

    OOC: Nice name for the doctor ;p

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    psychopath: You walk into the alley and implusively ask her what's wrong, thoughts of your own little sister filling your head. Realizing quickly that she might be able to help you get to the Rock Pool, you kneel down next to her, waiting for her reply. The girl's deep brown eyes probe yours as she gauges your trustworthiness. Getting a reassuring nod from her Bonsly, the girl takes a deep breath and begins speaking a thousand words a minute. "Thetouristshaveangeredthepokemononthetopofthemoun tainandmyunclehadtogokeepthemawaywithhissteelixsom ydadcouldtrytocalmthepokemonbuthe'sbeengoneforacou pleofdaysnowandI'mgettingworrywhatshouldIdo?" Sweatdropping, you quickly decipher her words as: "The tourists have angered the Pokemon on the top of the mountain and my uncle had to go keep them away with his Steelix so my dad could try to calm the Pokemon but he's been gone for a couple of days now and I'm getting worried, what should I do?" It seems like the girl's father is missing, and now we know that she's related to the guy with the Steelix.

    "If you help me find my daddy, I can get us to the Rock Pool." she says, a quiet determination shining in her eyes.

    What will you do?

    He listened to the girl, and thought it would be in his best interest to help her. The three huddled up as to see if they should help, and he began to ask for their opinions. He looked at his turtle pokemon for his opinion, Valor just shrugged, his blue cap and wristband looking as fresh as ever, he turned it back so it faced away from him, his favorite position, then nodded. He looked at Mortimer, who couldn't shrug, or move anything other than his head for that matter. {I don't think you should tke advantage of the little girl's problem like this, but if it will get us to the rock pool...} "Then its agreed, we'll help her." Both pokemon turmed towards her, and he began speaking "We'll help, I couldn't let a fellow anti-tourist down. He then walked in the direction of the old man. "Aren't you coming?"


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    Ytnim: Basking in the glory of a challenge, you quickly establish where you need to go. Assuring Dr. Hserf that you'll be a good fit for this mission, you follow the doctor out of the lab, noting the quick pace he immediately set. Briskly walking along the route to Terraki Village, the doctor explains that he grew up on the island, and that he actually hails from Terraki Village. Surprised that a native managed to do so well on standardized tests, Dr. Hserf was accepted in Volcuniversity on a full scholarship, where he received his degree in Experimental Volcanology. Breathing in deeply, Dr. Hserf mentions that he chose to come back to the island to increase the quality of life for all the people on the island, in particular the natives to whom he owed his childhood. Apparently there is some sort of class difference between the natives and Volcanity, and Dr. Hserf is hoping to be the bridge for that gap...

    A giant steel needle flies at the doctor, who pushes you out of the way and does a quick roll, obviously well trained in the reflexive arts. The doctor stare inquiringly into the distance and spots the perpetrator: a Skarmory. The metal bird Screeches loudly and swoops down at the Professor, who looks at you quickly, signing out that he is defenseless...

    What will you do?

    psychopath: You consider the girl's offer, and upon council with your Pokemon, decide that you would like to join her. Walking in the direction of the old man, you smile as the girl gets up and hugs her Bonsly to her as she walks towards you. Getting to the edge of the small village, near where you were before, you notice that whereas the tourists were everywhere before, there is a disturbing lack of them right now... And then you understand.

    A group tourists are blocking the exit to the Village, angrily looking at you and making punching motions. In front of them are a Mothim and a Gloom, and the tourists are definitely hostile. "You! Why do you associate with the subhuman? They have no right to this island, and are an obsolete race better off dead! Help us burn the village... or we will kill you." It looks like they plan to do so with their Pokemon, and their eyes are burning with undeserved hatred...

    What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post
    Ytnim: Basking in the glory of a challenge, you quickly establish where you need to go. Assuring Dr. Hserf that you'll be a good fit for this mission, you follow the doctor out of the lab, noting the quick pace he immediately set. Briskly walking along the route to Terraki Village, the doctor explains that he grew up on the island, and that he actually hails from Terraki Village. Surprised that a native managed to do so well on standardized tests, Dr. Hserf was accepted in Volcuniversity on a full scholarship, where he received his degree in Experimental Volcanology. Breathing in deeply, Dr. Hserf mentions that he chose to come back to the island to increase the quality of life for all the people on the island, in particular the natives to whom he owed his childhood. Apparently there is some sort of class difference between the natives and Volcanity, and Dr. Hserf is hoping to be the bridge for that gap...

    A giant steel needle flies at the doctor, who pushes you out of the way and does a quick roll, obviously well trained in the reflexive arts. The doctor stare inquiringly into the distance and spots the perpetrator: a Skarmory. The metal bird Screeches loudly and swoops down at the Professor, who looks at you quickly, signing out that he is defenseless...

    What will you do?
    Minty listens intently as he and the doctor make their way to, as Minty finds out, Dr. Hserf's childhood home. He is rather intrigued with his story, the man must have overcome a decent amount of hardship to pass through the tests and loopholes to be respected by both his native brothers and the scientific community. Minty truly thought the world would be a better place if more people had the resolve of Dr. Hserf to follow their dreams in life.

    Suddenly being pushed by his escortee, the pokemon trainer rolls to the ground, finishing in a low crouch, making himself as small a target as possible. Looking to the skies from whence the attack came from, the young man spots the iron-clad Skarmory just moments after the doctor. As the bird pokemon swoops at the man Minty has been hired to protect, he knows he has to act fast.

    Grabbing a pokeball from the top of his shorts and enlarging it into his hand in the same motion, Minty throws it forward, just in front of the doctor. From the red energy it contains within forms a four-legged pokemon with blue fur and a sharp yellow mane, and an overall sharp appearance. It crackles with electric energy as it bares down the incoming Skarmory.

    "Blitz, Quick Attack that Skarmory to keep it from harming Dr. Hserf!" Minty orders his Manectric in a confident tone as he rises to his feet, his body beginning to buzz as it did in nearly every pokemon battle he was involved in, the feeling was exhilarating.

    "Ok Blitz, we need to cripple this bird, so take it down a peg or two with a Thunder Wave, then try and hit it with a Spark!" Minty continued, knowing that time was of the essence, and this battle needed to be ended quickly so they might complete their job on time.

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    fishyfool:
    Sending out Mudkip, you quickly ask him to douse the possible fire, and sigh with relief as he does so, jumping out of the way of the way as Infernape jumps up into the tree next to Ambipom, dodging a Doubleslap and hitting Ambipom hard with a Thunderpunch. Ambipom shrieks in pain as his chest starts smoldering from burnt hair and quickly Slams Infernape in the chest, sending both the monkeys falling to the ground. Infernape roars and starts to whoop Ambipom with Close Combat, but is interrupted as Ambipom fires a Shot of Gunk into Infernape's eyes, blinding him before the follow up Mud Slap covers Infernape in soil. Infernape can't see and might have trouble gripping Ambipom. The beat up Aipom groans in pain near the tree, and you can see his nose starting to bleed.

    What will you do?
    As the battle of the apes raged on, with Ambipom irritably having the upper hand in terms of agility, Jamie gave a thankful sigh that the smouldering tree had stopped smouldering, and that the enemy chimp had been smacked with the Thunderpunch, before rising curiosity came around from the monkey knowing the egg move Slam to send him and Volcape to the floor. As the irked Infernape started on the ape, it used the tutor move Gunk Shot, which Jamie knew couldn't have came from a wild Ambipom. Noticing the pained Aipom, Jamie frowned and racked his brain to think of something Volcape can do to remove the sludge from him without Ambipom causing any trouble to him, and drew a blank. As he looked at Wraith, however, an idea caught in his head of a move or two the Mudkip had learned recently.

    "Wraith, give that monkey a good zapping with thunder wave to paralyze him long enough for Volcape to get that crap out his eyes. Should the monkey turn to attack you, superpower him back into a tree."

    With a nod, the Mudkip prepared to strike, while Jamie called out to his starter.

    "Volcape, wipe that crap off your eyes and then nail Ambipom with flare blitz before giving him some chill with ice beam."

    With the orders given, Jamie turned towards the injured Aipom with a small handkerchief to clean the little monkey up, wondering why the Ambipom had moves that trainer's pokemon usually have...


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    Ytnim: Choosing a Pokeball and summoning your Manectric, you quickly formulate a plan to protect the doctor, and set it in action. Blitz keeps his eyes on the Skarmory and Quickly runs up to Attack it, colliding head on with the bird and landing back on the ground in attack position as Skarmory soars around for another pass. Feeling your body buzz with exhilaration, you order Manectric to use a Thunder Wave, and a thousand tiny electrical tendrils extend from Blitz, wrapping around the Skarmory and pinning it's wings. As Skarmory falls to the ground, Blitz quickly dashes towards it and smashes into it with a Spark, causing the steel bird to screech out in pain again. Skarmory quickly retaliates by Slashing Air at Manectric, giving it some room to move before it strikes with a Brave Bird. It looks like this Skarmory is highly trained. Looking over at the Professor, you notice he has a look of complete concentration on his face, studying the Skarmory...

    What will you do?

    fishyfool: You frown and try to think of possible explanations as you see Ambipom using egg and tutor moves, and suddenly get an idea of how to clean out Volcape's eyes and keep him from taking damage at the same time. Ordering Mudkip to hold Ambipom in a Thunder Wave, you watch as Infernape wipes out his eyes freely. Struggling with the electrical tendrils, the Ambipom quickly uses his second tail to Slap Mud at Mudkip, interrupting the Thunder Wave and giving it time to Agility out of the way, jumping straight above Infernape as the monkey sails past him with a Flare Blitz. Eyes growing wide, Mudkip is hit hard with the fire attack, and flies into a tree next to the hurt Aipom, clearly hurting quite a bit. Eyes flashing anger, Volcape fires an Ice Beam at the Ambipom, freezing one of the hand tails. Walking over to the small Aipom, you start to clean him up, and notice a large gash on its cheek.

    What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amras.MG View Post
    psychopath: You consider the girl's offer, and upon council with your Pokemon, decide that you would like to join her. Walking in the direction of the old man, you smile as the girl gets up and hugs her Bonsly to her as she walks towards you. Getting to the edge of the small village, near where you were before, you notice that whereas the tourists were everywhere before, there is a disturbing lack of them right now... And then you understand.

    A group tourists are blocking the exit to the Village, angrily looking at you and making punching motions. In front of them are a Mothim and a Gloom, and the tourists are definitely hostile. "You! Why do you associate with the subhuman? They have no right to this island, and are an obsolete race better off dead! Help us burn the village... or we will kill you." It looks like they plan to do so with their Pokemon, and their eyes are burning with undeserved hatred...

    What will you do?

    Tyson looked at the tourists in rage. How could they call the little girl that?! It was so unfair! She was only a little child, and they were calling her subhuman. She was a native of the island and they said she couldn't live in it? That made no sense! He furiously began to yell at the stupid tourists.

    "Look, this girl has every right to live in this island that you have, It is unfair how you are treating the nice people in this village like this! What gives you the right to burn this place anyway? You are all tourists, what makes you think makes you better than them? They take pride in their accomplishments while you go around and destroy others' work. There's only one way to describe people like you: Scum. Ignorant scum that doesn't deserve all the things they get. However you deserve the following. "Mortimer, Valor Attack positions!" The two pokemon jumped in front and prepared to attack, Mortimers eyes going from cheery to angry and Valor turning his hat sideways. "Mortimer, aim at the Gloom with the most Onimous Wind You can come up with. Follow it up with a Shadow Sneak, and end it by paying it back for any damage it might give you. Valor, bring in the rain clouds to make it rain with a dance. After that cool them off Blizzard by freezing the rain. End it with Water Pulse on the Mothim. Now!" He had been rude to his pokemon, but he was so f*cking p*ssed off by the tourists.


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