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    Lyanazia
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    Forged before time itself, this golden tropic is bustling with lush green flora and sparkling wildlife. A myth stemming back hundreds of Millennia tells of how a radiant deity blessed what was once a sterile landmass into a tropical paradise. Thick saplings began to sprout up its uneven landscape, vivid blooms blossoming up its vast savannas. Budding with a tropical climate, the awe-inspiring sunbursts and swift spells of downpour brought about a haven for the bountiful wildlife. Rich springs of mountain water created stunning waterfalls and eye-catching rainbows, it wasn’t long before humans colonised on the tropical isle. Maturing into the largest empire in pre-Columbian history, they created hundreds of golden shrines and temples in vein of their beautiful goddess, Iris. Centuries lasted under the Michu Empire’s sway, however civil war hastily brought about a fierce end to the advanced empire. Time passed, their ruins thriving with mystery as the tattered walls of gold became overrun with thickets and lianas. The sunny vista has now become a hotspot for tourists with a keen eye for adventure, although the death-defying hazards have swayed many trainers from the dazzling ruins and feral jungles.



    Michu Pachu
    Scattered across the lush hilltops to the shrubby undergrowth, the ancient architects and colossal monuments of the Michu Empire stand tall across the several jungles. The amazing flora puff exotic fumes, whilst the vast saplings bathe in the glorious sun. It’s normally a very peaceful place where grass, bug and flying Pokémon flourish but the magical temples of the old empire have brought upon strange occurrences to the natives passing through. Should you find yourself in the thriving jungles of Michu Pachu, who knows what you may encounter?

    The Safari Zone: A sun blazed vista rolling over acres of the empire’s land, the Safari Zone is renowned for its stunning savannahs filled with rumbling wildlife. For a small fee, the Lyanazian tourist bureau allows travellers to explore the vast region in hopes of capturing rare and exotic Pokémon. Trainers need their wits about them, as the walkabout outlaws any unruly conduct. Enter through a state of the art Pokémon Center just a beeline from the pier and let your wild side to take charge!

    Rules for entering the Safari Zone:
    - The game costs a Rare Candy to play at which point you’ll be given 5 Safari Balls and a Pokénav
    - You must only take one Pokémon into the park, this Pokémon will assist you in capturing wild Pokémon
    - Once you use your 5 Safari Balls, your adventure ends and you are transported via your Pokénav back to The Pokémon Centre
    - Should your partner Pokémon black-out, your adventure ends and you are transported via your Pokénav back to The Pokémon Centre
    - Your partner Pokémon can only be used for self-defence, attacking wild Pokémon will result in you losing 2 of your Safari Balls
    - Using your partner Pokémon to create traps, gather food or gather recourses will not be recognised as an offence.


    Sunburst Shrine: Half way up the sunny Mountainsides of Michu Pachu is a golden monument built by worshipers of the mythical phoenix, Ho-oh. At the sacred shrine’s centrepiece stands a dazzling Ho-oh statue surrounded by red-flamed torches. Myths of a millennia mention the wonders of entering the place of worship with a Rainbow Wing. You must venture on a separate quest for the primeval trinket, although it will often appear to those pure of heart.

    Garden of Iris: Floating high above the rest of Lyanazia, the ruin is said to be homed by the mighty goddess of nature and her many adorable Shaymin. The ground is made up entirely of clouds which magically both supports any amount of weight and can grow many beautiful flowers and trees. It is hidden from view so it is mostly untouched by man and the only way to reach it is to climb up a rainbow that stretches from the ground to the clouds.



    The Intado Tribe
    The Intado, one of the few tribes still living in the jungle, are not ones to be messed with but if you enter happily they will treat you with respect. Having passed down the stories of the old Empire, their approach to life is to only use what’s needed. With their primitive Pokeballs and fast knowledge of the forest you'll always be granted with amazing battles if you enter their local tribal tournament. Whilst they’re quite a diplomatic colony, they won’t hesitate to throw their outlaws in The Tribal Stadium to face a fury of brutal creatures.

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    Intado Outpost:
    Confined by a wooden enclosure, the village is littered with straw huts, tribal totems and a single temple. To gain their respect and access to the other Intado areas, you’ll have to present the Intado’s with a small offering. Be sure it’s practical!

    The Tribal Coliseum: Completely shrouded in shrubbery lies a relatively small arena built a millennium ago. This tattered ruin has seen a myriad of battles in its time, and it is still utilized for tribal play-offs. Should the locals find you a threat, the arena is equipped with caged monsters all eager for a fast meal. Either event is a rare one in Intado, so expect every seat to be filled.

    Primeval Temple: Homed by the only remaining Shamans of the Itado Tribe, the temple contains many mystical and magical artifacts. The shamans are great healers and have the ability to make your Pokémon stronger if you’re to go hunting with the tribe. The many mysteries of the tribe all seem to point to this odd shrine.



    Eyrie Peak
    Named after the odd shape of the mountain which from a distance resembles an eagle's head, the eyrie mountain-range was feared by many ancients who once dwelled in the forest. Humans are quick to avoid the mountain due to the gale-force winds and harsh terrain. As a consequence of this, Eyrie Peak has become a haven for bird Pokémon who have made it their nesting ground. Be warned that the Pokémon who are nesting are likely to be fierce and will protect their babies at all costs.

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    Vertigo Plateau:
    Bustling with bird’s nests, this lush and jagged mesa outskirts the entirety of Eyrie Peak. The wind here is by no means heavy, but undersized Pokémon are at risk to being blown off the cliff edges by its constant wind current. Several caverns cluster the trail, all inhabited by flying types.

    Xiaolin monastery: Hidden in the deepest reaches of the gusty Mount lays an ancient hamlet inhabited by shrewd elders. Should you find yourself fatigued from the perilous terrain, the chances are a group of local monks will bring you to their temple. They’ll offer food, water and shelter, but the chances are they’ll want something in return. Despite warding away from skirmishes, their martial arts style is unmatched, their elderly sensei occasionally teaching his light-footed stances to your Pokémon.

    Mantis Cave: About half way up Mt.Eyrie is an enormous cavern alleged to have been completely hollowed by the Insects residing in it. It is heavily rumoured that the size and hostility of the creepy crawlies only increases as you delve deeper into the hollows. Should you manage to reach the ending of Mantis Cave, precious ores and fossils are said to await.

    Hurricane Summit: Overlooking the entirety of Lyanazia, the peak of Mt.Eyrie is known to have perilous wind currents stronger than a full blown tornado. Due to these hazardous conditions, it is unwise to travel to such an altitude without a powerful and weighty Pokémon. Trainers travel to the summit in hopes of fighting the rare and powerful flying types, not one has returned to share such tales...



    The Lost Jungles
    Seldom entered by the old Empire, the lost jungles stand out as the most dangerous segment of the Island. Cursed by the malevolent Witchdoctors of the past, it was said they turned a once thriving tropic into a barren swamp. Deadly bugs and poisonous predators are known to inhabit this marshy area and poison seeps through the trees harming anyone or anything that touches them. Cast under the great shadow of Mt.Eyrie, only the brave dare enter this jagged terrain and not so many return.

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    Tainted Forest:
    Miles of arid and eerie foliage grows upon the venomous base of the Lost Jungles. The venomous flora is known to expel noxious gases that are fatal to those who inhale them. Many have grown curious to the strange cries of the Tainted Woodland, but those who’ve met their source have seldom returned.

    Wraith Marsh: Inhabited by countless bugs, the filth spewing from this marshy area is almost as disgusting as the rancid stench festering it. Covered by a thick blanket of fog, the marsh is almost impossible to navigate through. However, should you find yourself to the witchdoctor’s old temple, the mysterious rewards are certain to make your venture less regrettable.

    Moonlight Shrine: Deep down in the murky underpasses of the Lost Jungles is a silver monument built by worshipers of the mythical dragon, Lugia. At the unholy shrine’s centrepiece stands a tattered Lugia statue surrounded by blue-flamed torches. Legends trailing back thousands of years mention the ominous occurrences of entering the place of sacrifice with a Silver Wing. You must venture on a separate quest for the primeval trinket, although it will often appear to those pure of soul.

    Typhus Flow: A long winding river bordered by tropical flora which gently snakes its way throughout the Lost Jungles. Several tribal canoes dot up and down its outskirts, allowing trainers a quick means of transport around the untamed vista. One should always be on the lookout for vicious predators basking in the waterway’s shadowy depths...



    The Yakama Tribe
    Hidden in the darkest corner of Lyanazia, the morale of this tribe couldn’t be any different to that of the Intado’s. Going anywhere near their highly fortified village will be perceived as an act of war. Breaching the village isn’t tolerated but treasures beyond imagination are known to be lying around. Speared corpses found on the outskirts are sure to make you wonder if the riches are worth risking.

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    Tribal Frontier:
    Residing in such a dangerous part of the Island, the Yakama’s village is heavily fortified by hard wood barriers and a toxic moat. Although they usually kill on sight, should you present them with an incredibly bountiful peace offering, they will welcome you for the time being. Either gaining their trust or sneaking in is the only way you can visit their other tribal areas.

    Yakama’s Keep: In the likely event the hostile tribe lose trust in you, you’ll be quickly thrown into a hut-like dungeon to be burnt alive the following day. If you distaste the idea of being eaten by the Yakama’s, be sure to bring a powerful Pokemon to assist in a breakout. Don’t be under the impression you’re the only prisoner either, anyone from other tribe members to unwary travelers have fallen victim to the dungeons.

    The Burial Ground: A mile wide graveyard stricken with sludgy soil and poisonous shrubbery. Fallen warriors and their Pokémon are laid to rest here. However, the odd toxins found in this soil often are alleged to bring the corpses back from the dead.

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    Here I am, ready for another great adventure with you, Empy! Thanks once again for my adventure in the Cloud Garden, it really was truly superb :}

    Soaring through the air at great speeds wasn’t one of Zak’s favourite past times. Despite the times he had ridden Tim through the skies, he was still completely terrified of heights. Luckily, he knew he was safe, the pilot of the helicopter a seasoned ranger from the Cloud Garden region. Recently, he had managed to help a pokémon observer see more than his fair share of pokémon and ended up lumbered with the task of saving a highly injured pokémon. Much to his delight, the pokémon had made a wonderful recovery and was nearby him on the helicopter, marvelling at the speed they were going at. The Gligar seemed to be completely content with the heights, unlike his saviour, who thought he was no doubt turning green.

    “Hey, Riley, how long is this journey anyway? I forgot to ask…” Zak spoke out, his voice sounding exceedingly small as he swallowed his nervousness. He wished he could be as carefree as his two companions, but heights had never been his strong point ever since he was a youngster, “You alright, Gligar? You seem to be coping pretty darn well, bet you wish you could glide alongside, eh?” He murmured, mustering a smile for the little pokémon. Forgetting his fear of heights, he smiled to himself, he had done a noble thing back at Delibird Ridge and was sure that it wouldn’t be the last time he teamed up with the flyscorpion pokémon who was relaxing nearby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Lyanazia
    The Tribal Zone
    Eyrie Peak
    Named after the odd shape of the mountain which from a distance resembles an eagle's head, Mt.Eyrie was feared by many ancient tribes who once dwelled in the forest. Humans are quick to avoid the mountain due to the gale-force winds and harsh terrain. As a consequence of this, Eyrie Peak has become a haven for bird Pokémon who have made it their nesting ground. Be warned that the Pokémon who are nesting are likely to be fierce and will protect their babies at all costs.

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    Breezy Path: Bustling with bird’s nests, this long and jagged path seems to spiral around Eyrie Peak. The wind here is by no means heavy, but undersized Pokémon are at risk to being blown off the cliff edges by its constant wind current. Several caverns cluster the trail, all inhabited by flying types.

    Mantis Cave: About half way up Mt.Eyrie is an enormous cavern alleged to have been completely hollowed by the Insects residing in it. It is heavily rumored that the size and hostility of the creepy crawlies only increases as you delve deeper into the hollows. Should you manage to reach the ending of Mantis Cave, precious ores and fossils are said to await.



    Starting at: Breezy Path *if I have to

    Intending to go to: Mantis Cave
    I assume you can't go to anywhere without starting on the Breezy Path, so...
    If I can, however, go straight to Mantis Cave, I'll be doing that.

    Mike stood at the foot of the impressive Eyrie Peak mountain, resident giant cone-shaped rock of the Lyanazia zone. Scorpio, his perpetually hungry Gligar, perched on top of his shoulders, scouting out the area. Of course, Scorpio added considerable weight, but Mike wasn't concerned about that. Not until they actually got to walking the path, of course, where Scorpio would have to glide on the wind currents, lest he cause Mike to faint from exhaustion. Beside him stood his Sableye, Klaus, frowning at the obvious lack of darkness and Scorpio taking his favorite spot to sit upon. Klaus was out mostly for communication purposes (via use of the arcane black gem hanging from his neck) and for backup if anything went wrong. Upon hearing that Lyanazia had been opened to Pokemon Trainers looking for adventure, Mike had very reluctantly torn himself away from playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl at his house ("MUST...DEVELOP...MR. GAME AND WATCH...STRATEGY! AUUUUUUUUGGGH!") at the insistence of his team members. "{Do we really have to go up on that death trap of a path?}" Klaus chimed in through telepathy. Mike smartly replied "Would you prefer to be thrown?" This silenced Klaus for a while while they were walking towards the Peak. Scorpio, however, was not the same, constantly chatting up Mike and Klaus. Finally, they reached the beginning of the path. "Here's an orange, Scorpio." Mike said, tossing back the fruit to Scorpio from his backpack to keep him occupied. "Now let's head off!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post


    Eyrie Peak
    Named after the odd shape of the mountain which from a distance resembles an eagle's head, Mt.Eyrie was feared by many ancient tribes who once dwelled in the forest. Humans are quick to avoid the mountain due to the gale-force winds and harsh terrain. As a consequence of this, Eyrie Peak has become a haven for bird Pokémon who have made it their nesting ground. Be warned that the Pokémon who are nesting are likely to be fierce and will protect their babies at all costs.

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    Mantis Cave: About half way up Mt.Eyrie is an enormous cavern alleged to have been completely hollowed by the Insects residing in it. It is heavily rumored that the size and hostility of the creepy crawlies only increases as you delve deeper into the hollows. Should you manage to reach the ending of Mantis Cave, precious ores and fossils are said to await.


    Looking up from the map and descriptions of various places of the island, Ben stares up at the eagle shaped mountain that dominated the sky.

    "why do I always want to go to the place on the side of a ****ing MOUNTAIN? I do not like climbing, or hieghts, or cold, but always, without fail, I have to climb a mountain. oi. either up, or down, or skirt along the side. its always mountains. damnit"

    From his current position wrapped around bens head, Maduin the gliscor chuckles at his trainers predicament. Launching off of his shoulders, the purple scorpion catches a draft and floats down the path, calling back to his trainer to hurry.

    "well, might as well get it over with, I guess," murmurs Ben,"this cave better be as damn cool as they make it sound in the brochoure."

    With this, he sighs, and jogs up the path, trying to keep maduin in view.
    "I guess if I get to tired I can have Lei fly us up, but she's gotta be tired of all this 'fly me here, fly me there', nonsense. eh. we shall see."
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    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sat in the passenger seat of the Ranger’s chopper, you can’t help wondering how long it’d take to reach your destination. Although the flight was quite relaxing in comparison to your everyday antics, you’d spent hours in a relatively cramped position and your fear of heights was making you evermore uneasy. Despite your vertigo, you’d managed to learn many facts about the young ranger: His name was Riley Storm, he was 26 years young, he’d spent 10 years as a Pokémon ranger, and hated poachers. These bits of trivia were enough set your mind away from the fact you where travelling with a complete stranger. “Here we are, Zak. Lyanazia”, he mumbled rather inaudibly. Your ears prickling after a long period of silence, you glance through the window and notice a tropical paradise. Now hovering over the Emerald Isle, countless acres of lush trees enter your view, all leading to a great, eagle-shaped mountain. However, as the Helicopter begins to circle Lyanazia, you start to spot the foliage changing to a vile purple as you pass over a section of quagmire. Whilst the bouncy Gligar seems enticed by the Marshy lands, the place looks quite dangerous… All of a sudden! The Helicopter starts rolling in turbulence as countless spears rip through the base of the chopper. Shuddering at the unpleasant clamor of the tail ripping off into forest, there shouldn't be long before you fall out with it…

    Mantis Cave

    Lemon-Lime: With a perfect opportunity to spend time away from the idiot-box, you decide there’d be no better place to visit than Lyanazia. Arriving on the tropic land mass, you soon discover that you’d chosen the perfect day to visit the humid paradise, the sun shining vibrantly and breaking onto the forest floor. With the stories of Eyrie Peak piquing your interest, you make your way through the overgrown shrubbery and twisty lianas and set your tracks for the eagle shaped mount. With Scorpio being the ideal species for the gusty trail, he perches on your cranium, providing some air-resistance to an otherwise turbulent cliff-edge. Klaus on the other hand, finds the area unbearable, seeking shade at every jutted rock. Hours pass and the dire glare of the sun quickly becomes unbearable. The base of the Island looks ever smaller as you continuously loop Mt.Eyrie, finally approaching a series of hollows surrounded with cobwebs. Whilst you take a moment to inspect the cavities, you notice Saybleye scamper straight into the shadowy ecstasy. Prudently trailing along, you break through the cobwebs to detect several tunnels echoing with screeching insects. Delving deeper into one of the burrows, you hear a conversation between two people. Upping your pace to unearth the source of banter, you are lead to a dusty dome illuminated by neon mushrooms…

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    Radical Edward: Entering the green and humid Island of Lyanazia, you settle on entering the series of intricate hollows found in Mantis Cave. Growing tired of continuously using Leilanii as a mean of transport, you call upon Maduin for assistance. In what is quite a wise choice, Maduin takes advantage of his large wings and rides the blustery torrents of Mt.Eyrie like a paraglide. With great momentum, the two of you surf up eagle-shaped mount until reaching a gloomy crater nestled with cobwebs. Thrusting forward, the eager Gliscor rips through the webs with his mighty pincers and enters the dismal grotto. Upon entering, your ears prickle to the noise of scuttling bugs, strange mushrooms also seem to nurture from the damp walls, emitting a green luminance. Dropping down from Maduin, you tread through the vine-covered floor as various Spinerak and Venonat scuttle away in your presence. Suddenly, you catch the glimpse of a young and slender male who’s seamlessly playing with a nearby Wurmple. Making clamor as you trudge through the thick foliage, the green-haired guy turns his attention to you and Maduin, sporting a slight grin. “Jeepers! This place is creeping with crawlies… I’ve never seen a place like this in Sinnoh”, the green haired fellow wipes the dust from his slacks before shaking you warmly by the hand, “My name’s Aaron, you may have heard of me. I’m a member of the Elite 4. And you are?” Awaiting your response, the bug trainer makes a path for the undersized Wurmple to scuttles up his arm and onto his shoulder. Aaron suddenly leaps to his feet as he detects a third presence in the lush grotto…

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    Lemon-Lime and Radical Edward: Rushing forward in a twitchy sensation, Mike’s Klaus jovially scurries over to Aaron with a beaming smile. Raising a rather inquisitive eyebrow, the bug trainer picks up the small imp by its leg, “Who might you be?” Mike abruptly enters the dome shaped hollow in pursuit of his Saybleye, only to trip over a mound of cobwebs ensnarling the entrance. With Ben and Aaron sharing a s******, the approach the boy and lift him to his feet, Klaus freeing himself from the elite trainer’s hand and mindlessly darting around the grotto. The elite trainer shows a slightly embarrassed expression, “Look guys… This isn’t your usual runaround cave, Mantis Cave is a test for even the most experienced trainers. I feel it’s my duty as a member of the Elite 4 to protect juvenile trainers like yourselves, I won’t be letting just anyone pass onto the deeper hollows…” Taking note of your disheartened faces, Aaron scratches is head as he attempts to think up a compromise, “I’ll tell you what, if you two can beat me in a two verses one battle, I assure you there’ll be no other way past me”. Winking at you rather coyly, the slim trainer clutches a Pokeball in each hand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
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    Just ensure your familiar with the rules, and switch to the Dark Skin so not to hurt your eyes now ^-^


    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sat in the passenger seat of the Ranger’s chopper, you can’t help wondering how long it’d take to reach your destination. Although the flight was quite relaxing in comparison to your everyday antics, you’d spent hours in a relatively cramped position and your fear of heights was making you evermore uneasy. Despite your vertigo, you’d managed to learn many facts about the young ranger: His name was Riley Storm, he was 26 years young, he’d spent 10 years as a Pokémon ranger, and hated poachers. These bits of trivia were enough set your mind away from the fact you where travelling with a complete stranger. “Here we are, Zak. Lyanazia”, he mumbled rather inaudibly. Your ears prickling after a long period of silence, you glance through the window and notice a tropical paradise. Now hovering over the Emerald Isle, countless acres of lush trees enter your view, all leading to a great, eagle-shaped mountain. However, as the Helicopter begins to circle Lyanazia, you start to spot the foliage changing to a vile purple as you pass over a section of quagmire. Whilst the bouncy Gligar seems enticed by the Marshy lands, the place looks quite dangerous… All of a sudden! The Helicopter starts rolling in turbulence as countless spears rip through the base of the chopper. Shuddering at the unpleasant clamor of the tail ripping off into forest, there shouldn't be long before you fall out with it…
    [Woo, Wraith Marsh, noice :3]

    As the journey from the Cloud Garden to Lyanazia was coming to an end at last, Zak was just getting comfortable with the environment and dealing with his fear of heights to a certain extent. Smiling at Gligar, he looked over to his newly found accomplice, Riley. As he did so, the pokémon ranger announced they were arriving at Lyanazia and, as he looked out of the window sheepishly, Zak was knocked back with awe. The island was a wonderful green colour due to the extensive foliage and he couldn't wait to land now. Suddenly, as the helicopter was nearing what looked to be an area of swamp land, spears began to fly in the direction of their craft. They had to work quickly otherwise they would end up dead.

    "Riley, what are we supposed to do?! I don't want to die!" Zak panicked slightly, grabbing a hold of the Gligar as if it still needed his protection. Looking down at the flyscorpion, Zak knew it would be bad to see the little pokémon getting injured again, so he quickly bundled him into his jacket once more, only its head popping out. He had a few pokémon capable of assisting in the escape from the air craft, but it was just a matter of them being capable of saving three creatures in one go.

    "I guess I'm gonna have to risk this..." Zak murmured to the Gligar before removing a familiar pokéball from his belt and tapping it, as he did, a flash of light revealed Silas the Luxray once more. "Riley, come on, get on, we're gonna have to jump...unless you have a better plan?" His nerves were getting the better of him but at least it wasn't the heights that were worrying him now, it was the fact he could quite easily die within a very short amount of time.
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    Pearl's Perap: As the airliner continues to tumble and turn riotously, you zip Gligar in your jacket in preparation for the inevitable crash. Utterly terrified by the spikes ripping through all ends of the copter, you look to Riley in hopes he had a good plan. The ranger remained hushed however, was completely fixated on flying out of range. However, with the tail of the helicopter completely detached, the craft started jutting out of momentum; it was only a matter of time before it crashed into the nearby trees. As the airliner barreled out of momentum, you decide you weren’t going to leave your fate to chance. Calling upon one of your most dependable allies, the intrepid Luxray leaps out of its shimmering container and begins ricocheting off all sides of the helicopter in an attempt to stay balanced. Like all cats, Silas was having much trouble staying upright as the copter wobbled in turbulence. “SSHHHHIIIITTTT!!!” Ears prickling at the earsplitting curse, you turn in shock to notice Storm’s leg completely impaled by a spear. Although you attempt to lean forward and aid the ranger, you find the Helicopter hurriedly plummeting. Unable to thing, you grapple onto Silas as he leaps out of the helicopter. tumbling hundreds of feet, Silas quickly grapples onto one of the marshy trees with his sharpened claws, causing some minor whiplash for you and the Gligar. Standing a few feet above a smelly bog, you where still completely oblivious to Riley’s status and to who or what where throwing the spears. Either way, Silas and the Gligar where waiting on your procrastination…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: As the airliner continues to tumble and turn riotously, you zip Gligar in your jacket in preparation for the inevitable crash. Utterly terrified by the spikes ripping through all ends of the copter, you look to Riley in hopes he had a good plan. The ranger remained hushed however, was completely fixated on flying out of range. However, with the tail of the helicopter completely detached, the craft started jutting out of momentum; it was only a matter of time before it crashed into the nearby trees. As the airliner barreled out of momentum, you decide you weren’t going to leave your fate to chance. Calling upon one of your most dependable allies, the intrepid Luxray leaps out of its shimmering container and begins ricocheting off all sides of the helicopter in an attempt to stay balanced. Like all cats, Silas was having much trouble staying upright as the copter wobbled in turbulence. “SSHHHHIIIITTTT!!!” Ears prickling at the earsplitting curse, you turn in shock to notice Storm’s leg completely impaled by a spear. Although you attempt to lean forward and aid the ranger, you find the Helicopter hurriedly plummeting. Unable to thing, you grapple onto Silas as he leaps out of the helicopter. tumbling hundreds of feet, Silas quickly grapples onto one of the marshy trees with his sharpened claws, causing some minor whiplash for you and the Gligar. Standing a few feet above a smelly bog, you where still completely oblivious to Riley’s status and to who or what where throwing the spears. Either way, Silas and the Gligar where waiting on your procrastination…
    Regaining himself, Zak looked around, still slightly dazed and confused, "****, Silas, did you see where Riley went to?" He asked before cowering, he had remembered the fact that there was spears being thrown at the aircraft, he didn't want to be skewered now that they were safe on the land. Ducking down, he looked all around for the helicopter or the wreck he expected it would now be but he couldn't see a single thing.

    "Gligar, we're coming into really unsafe territory now, want to go inside a pokéball? That's if you WANT to join my team..." Zak unzipped his jacket and smiled down at the flyscorpion before rummaging in his backpack and producing a pokéball (7/10), offering it to the little pokémon before looking around once more, the immediate area seemed safe, but he needed to find Riley.

    "Silas, if you don't know where he is, do you think you have the ability to smell out the helicopter? He can't be far from the wreck, unless the worse has happened..." He had only just realized that Riley might not still be with them and with that he swallowed deeply, his nerves had decided to come back now that he was overthinking the situation at hand but he needed to stay strong for the sake of his pokémon
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    Pearl's Perap: Deciding the area was seemed to harsh for the befriended Gligar, you’re quick to offer it a place in your motley crew. Holding out the red and white sphere, the small bat-scorpion gawks at your offering with tears trickling down her face. “GLI! GLI!” she exclaims, bonking the capture button with her nose. She’s suddenly swallowed by a scarlet radiance, entering the Pokeball and finally becoming part of your team. Level 8 Female Gligar Captured Although moments like this should be cherished, you had to unearth the ranger before it was too late. Nevertheless, being completely clueless to his whereabouts, you are left with no other option but to rely on Silas’ inept sense of smell. Using his jungle cat instincts, the valiant Luxray hoists you onto his back and begins leaping from tree to tree. There was no ground to walk upon, only a sludgy bog which was emanating unearthly noises making it quite unappealing… As Silas effortlessly bounds through the upper canopy, you notice a large opening in the marsh. Halted by a gap which is far too wide to jump, you gaze upon the aperture only to detect a screaming blue Nidoran helplessly sinking in the bog whilst a tall and slender Arbok watches over it, its fork-tongue slithering in and out of its mouth keenly. What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Wraith Marsh:

    Pearl's Perap: Deciding the area was seemed to harsh for the befriended Gligar, you’re quick to offer it a place in your motley crew. Holding out the red and white sphere, the small bat-scorpion gawks at your offering with tears trickling down her face. “GLI! GLI!” she exclaims, bonking the capture button with her nose. She’s suddenly swallowed by a scarlet radiance, entering the Pokeball and finally becoming part of your team. Level 8 Female Gligar Captured Although moments like this should be cherished, you had to unearth the ranger before it was too late. Nevertheless, being completely clueless to his whereabouts, you are left with no other option but to rely on Silas’ inept sense of smell. Using his jungle cat instincts, the valiant Luxray hoists you onto his back and begins leaping from tree to tree. There was no ground to walk upon, only a sludgy bog which was emanating unearthly noises making it quite unappealing… As Silas effortlessly bounds through the upper canopy, you notice a large opening in the marsh. Halted by a gap which is far too wide to jump, you gaze upon the aperture only to detect a screaming blue Nidoran helplessly sinking in the bog whilst a tall and slender Arbok watches over it, its fork-tongue slithering in and out of its mouth keenly. What will you do?
    With his first successful capture in a long time, Zak clipped the newly caught Gligar alongside the rest of his companions on his belt, "Dana, that'll be your name.." he whispered downwards at the now-secured pokéball before turning his attentions to Silas. Watching the pokémon sniff the air, Zak admired him, he had an amazing sense of smell and he wasn't doubted in the slightest as he grabbed Zak with a front paw and placed him on his back before beginning to leap from tree to tree, hunting out the wreckage.

    Suddenly, the Luxray stopped, the gap between the trees was far too big for him to leap and as he halted where he was, Zak heard a blood-curdling scream. It was coming from a Nidoran female who was become submerged in the boggy land whilst an Arbok loomed above it, as if waiting for its prey to die so it could grab an easy snack. Not having a clue what to do at all, he began to panic, it was apparent that Dana could glide, so saving the Nidoran like that was a possibility, but getting rid of the Arbok was of top priority.

    "Silas, quickly, we need to get that Arbok away from the poor Nidoran.." Zak cried out, pointing towards the large and hungry snake as it eyed up the little poison type, "Try a Roar attack to scare off the snake, failing that, a Thunder Bolt should be warning enough to leave the poor pokémon be..."
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    Pearl's Perap: Formulating a hasty plan, you decide an onslaught of long-range attacks would certainly stop the predator in its tracks. Still latching to the brittle foliage, Silas places you into the midpoint of the tree whilst he tiptoes across a broad branch pointing toward the Arbok who still hasn’t noticed either one of you. This was all about to change as Silas let loose a mighty roar that only a lion could muster. Staggering backwards, the cobra lunges into the murky mire, seamlessly retreating. After a brief moment, you spot bubbles emerging from the marsh, drawing ever closer to you and Silus. Suddenly! The Arbok sprawls our of the pool of muck, sending an intimidating glare toward Luxray with its with the use of its impressive tribal markings. Completely nerve-racked by the bombshell assault, Silus loses his poise and begins to stagger as his muscles tighten. The serpent then prolongs its attack by leaping toward the branch in an attempt to execute Silas with its venomous fangs. Seconds before the kill, the Gleamy eye’d Pokémon unleashes a timely bolt of thunder which sends the slender snake ricocheting back into the bog. Gazing down the swamp, you detect bubbles still surfacing, no doubt Arbok would persist on its stalk. Averting your gaze to the Nidoran, she seems to be holding off ok, but she is completely fastened to the sticky bayou. While you’d successfully managed to ward the venomous serpent away from the small mouse, it seems Arbok has its sight on a much more flavourable catch…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Formulating a hasty plan, you decide an onslaught of long-range attacks would certainly stop the predator in its tracks. Still latching to the brittle foliage, Silas places you into the midpoint of the tree whilst he tiptoes across a broad branch pointing toward the Arbok who still hasn’t noticed either one of you. This was all about to change as Silas let loose a mighty roar that only a lion could muster. Staggering backwards, the cobra lunges into the murky mire, seamlessly retreating. After a brief moment, you spot bubbles emerging from the marsh, drawing ever closer to you and Silus. Suddenly! The Arbok sprawls our of the pool of muck, sending an intimidating glare toward Luxray with its with the use of its impressive tribal markings. Completely nerve-racked by the bombshell assault, Silus loses his poise and begins to stagger as his muscles tighten. The serpent then prolongs its attack by leaping toward the branch in an attempt to execute Silas with its venomous fangs. Seconds before the kill, the Gleamy eye’d Pokémon unleashes a timely bolt of thunder which sends the slender snake ricocheting back into the bog. Gazing down the swamp, you detect bubbles still surfacing, no doubt Arbok would persist on its stalk. Averting your gaze to the Nidoran, she seems to be holding off ok, but she is completely fastened to the sticky bayou. While you’d successfully managed to ward the venomous serpent away from the small mouse, it seems Arbok has its sight on a much more flavourable catch…
    As the Luxray removed its rider, placing Zak in a safer location in the center of the tree, it began what was a very brief battle with the Arbok, managing to seemingly scare the pokémon away into a different area of the swampy surroundings, giving Zak the chance to attempt to rescue the tiny pokémon from its peril.

    "Great job, Si, time to come back!" Zak grinned at the lion pokémon, rubbing a hand through his thick fur before unclipping his respective capsule, returning him and re-attaching his pokéball to his belt before removing another one, pressing the release button and grinning to himself as his newly captured Gligar, Dana, appeared in the tree beside him, "Alright, Dana, I've already seen you're pretty damn capable of gliding and I'm confident in your abilities, how about you glide down from this tree and save that Nidoran from an inevitable and pretty damn horrible death?" As he spoke, he gave the pokémon a thumbs up. As she prepared herself, Zak began to awkwardly climb down the tree, sliding to the bottom and landing in the marsh below.

    "Ew, this is gross..." he murmured to himself, immediately looking all around himself for any signs of pokémon waiting to attack him before looking up at Dana, "You can do it, girl!"
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    Pearl's Perap: With Arbok temporarily dazed, you recall Silas and replace him with your newest companion, Dana. The little Gligar is eager for her first assignment, open ears as you shimmy down the tree. Regrettably plunging into the marsh, you instruct Dana to rescue the Nido from a slow fatality. “Gli Gli!” she replies enthusiastically before fluttering forward. Although swamps were by no means Dana’s natural habitat, she seemed content with the environment due to the poison-like attributes. Reaching the distressed Nidoran, she briefly scratches her scalp, wondering how exactly she could save the mouse. A light bulb flickers in Dana’s skull as she resourcefully uses her tail as a rope to heave the pitiable from the sticky situation. Whilst you attempt to trudge through the knee-deep bog in hopes of helping Dana, you suddenly feel something creeping bellow. Astonished as the ‘thing’ brushes across your ankle, you couldn’t be more lament about your choice to leave the sheltering tree. Dana continues her endeavor to rescue the mouse, having already lugged her half way out of the mess. This was the least of your concern as the several unseen creatures in the bog seemed to be swarming around some fresh meat…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: With Arbok temporarily dazed, you recall Silas and replace him with your newest companion, Dana. The little Gligar is eager for her first assignment, open ears as you shimmy down the tree. Regrettably plunging into the marsh, you instruct Dana to rescue the Nido from a slow fatality. “Gli Gli!” she replies enthusiastically before fluttering forward. Although swamps were by no means Dana’s natural habitat, she seemed content with the environment due to the poison-like attributes. Reaching the distressed Nidoran, she briefly scratches her scalp, wondering how exactly she could save the mouse. A light bulb flickers in Dana’s skull as she resourcefully uses her tail as a rope to heave the pitiable from the sticky situation. Whilst you attempt to trudge through the knee-deep bog in hopes of helping Dana, you suddenly feel something creeping bellow. Astonished as the ‘thing’ brushes across your ankle, you couldn’t be more lament about your choice to leave the sheltering tree. Dana continues her endeavor to rescue the mouse, having already lugged her half way out of the mess. This was the least of your concern as the several unseen creatures in the bog seemed to be swarming around some fresh meat…
    Being submerged up to his thighs in the swamp was not Zak's best choice as his nerves began to get the better of him, intensified by the fact that there seemed to be things passing him in the stagnant water quite a bit. He knew that Dana was only a young pokémon and wouldn't be able to hold her own if they had to face anything dangerous in the rank area they were in.

    "Dana, keep at it!" Zak managed to muster as his eyes darted around his thighs, convinced whatever was in the water was touching him more and more with each passing second. He could be imagining things but he was completely convinced he wasn't, his imagination wasn't that bad, even at its worst times. Thinking, he quickly decided on a pokémon to battle off any of these foes, it was just the fact he wasn't in the best location to start bringing out any more team members. The best idea he had had in a while suddenly hit him, though it was obvious, he was going to have to try and make his way back up the tree.

    Turning as slowly as he could in the water, Zak began to ascend the tree, wrapping his legs around it as tightly as he could and shimmying his weight upwards, hoping nothing would see this as a chance to attack. Whilst gaining himself, he unclipped a minimized pokéball and popped it into his mouth, ready to release the pokémon within if anything untoward did happen to him or the Gligar...
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    Arc Angel:You can only gawk in horror as the possessed ghost’s fist clenches, the black stream of smoke constricting the hag in unison. You notice the feeble mystic struggling to breathe, her faint gasps echoing throughout the hollow whilst her completion switched to a sickly purple. The grimace on Dusknoir’s face is like one you’ve never seen before, it’s clear he’d have no second thoughts about finishing the gypsy lady. The book was still rested on the floor, should the elderly mystic executed you’d have no choice but the finish the incantation. Nevertheless, Latin wasn’t a tongue of yours, you’d much rather rescue the gypsy before the eerie smoke shattered her frail bones. Reaper was your only hope, feeding him a quick set of orders, the Spiritomb jerks forward and fixates on the powerful genie.

    Bellowing a mighty ’SPIRITOMB’, Reaper’s vortex swirls faster than ever as a bout of Hypnotic rings shoot out of him and toward the Dusknoir. The possessed spirit’s ears prickle at the echo of Reaper’s war-cry, opening his palm the woman plummets to the ground with an unpleasant ‘THUD’. It’s too early to tell her fate, but you can only hope she’d regain consciousness before the evil spirit destroyed the crypt and everyone in it. Whilst these thoughts race through your subconscious, you eagerly watch as the psychic hoops begin splashing onto Dusknoir. Whilst the genie begins flailing its arms in a drowsed state, it shows no sign of slowing. Shaking its head furiously in an attempt to stay alert, the Dusknoir swiftly jumps into the shadows and [b]sneak[b]s around the circular ruin. Whilst the occasional whisper or grunt can be heard, you and Reaper become rather edgy in a frantic hunt for the possessed ghost. Nevertheless, a couple of the hundred-and-eight spirits festering inside reaper manage to spot Dusknoir’s shadow as it circles the dark span. With Dream Eater being completely useless, Reaper focuses on his third command and jumps into the shadows in a similar fashion to Dusknoir. With each Pokémon lurking in the dark, your senses can no longer help you. You can only wait as whilst the two ghosts finish their shadowy skirmish...

    Minutes pass, and you start to pique with curiosity as the occasional shriek booms throughout the tomb. Suddenly both figures shoot out of the walls, each fatigued from enduring such potent attacks for such a long period. With each combatant taking a breather, you hastily scurry over to Spiritomb who’s looking rather worn out. Despite the several gashes on his swirly face and numerous chips on his keystone, he grunts persistently and jerks toward the malevolent creature. Dusknoir s******s to itself and effortlessly grapples Reaper in a bulky fist of black fog. Horrified by the events you jerk forward only to be grappled by its other arm. Feeling a thick black stream ensnarling you, the hope of Reaper breaking free seems incredibly dim. Feeling the pressure on your chest increasing, your breath becomes thinner and your eyes begin to shut. It feels as though all hope has been lost... another set of adventurers fallen to the curse of Memory Lane...

    ”... Unde vos venit vos vadum subsisdo
    Regnum of nocens somnium vadum
    perussi vos atrum anus!”

    “Stacey! Stacey, wake up my dear”, opening your weary eyes, you distinguish the startling sight of a familiar, toothless smile which makes you still unsure whether to be pleased or worried of the gypsy’s presence. The atmosphere of the dimly lit room seems much more sombre, each of you facing a rather traumatic near-death experience. Despite the clear wound marks, Reaper seems as emotionless as usual. Thankful that the Spiritomb is still animate, you switch your attention back to the hag.

    “It looks like the exorcism was a success... However that was just a mere obstacle in what will become your destiny...” slightly disturbed by her fanatical nattering, it is still ambiguous to whether the gypsy could in fact be trusted, “You see girl, the blackened hearts of this crypt all extend from a much deeper past. I know that beyond that chasm lies great mysteries that need to be solved. You are the only person who can solve them...” Before you can react, the hag latches onto your arms and begins pushing you closer to the well. Surprised by the frail lady’s vigour she makes quick work of you and thrusts you into the eerie bore. Reaper being to drained to assist you, quickly drops down the chasm in pursuit of his master.

    As you rapidly descend down the seamlessly bottomless well, gaining momentum by the second. The black environment slowly shifts to the flush of a dark orchid. The occasional screams seem to bellow down your ears. It almost feels as though you’ve been dropped into the depths of hell. Suddenly! The movement stops. To your left sits an image of the cloudy intersection known as the Sky Gate, to the right sits an image of an unknown area you can barely perceive. One would only guess that irking toward an illustration would dispatch you to the area. In which case, you have a choice to prolong your adventure or go home while you can...

    What will you do?

    You have two choices Stace, end your adventure or continue to Lyanazia. With this adventure only intended to be temporary, I have no problems with letting you go. If you do decide to end your adventure here, please reply in the Cloud Garden and feel free to collect a Ghost Ball and a TM Shadow Ball for your excellent role-play. If you decide to prolong your adventure, please reply in Lyanazia – The Tribal Zone, without collecting any rewards.
    You know my decision already ;3, thanx for allowing me to continue, I’m excited.

    Stacey ripped her gaze from the dropped manuscript to the possessed spectre grinning maniacally at the old hag, choking the life from her. There was no way she could read the incantation especially in the language she spoke, she’d have to free her from his grasp before he choked what little life she had left. The dark aura surrounding the hag neck making her eyes bulge from their sockets in shock was almost indistinguishable from the black shadows engulfing the whole room. Swiftly giving Reaper orders in the hope of distracting and then taking out the Dusknoir enough for the old woman to continue her exorcism Stacey watched with baited breath as he moved into action sensing the seriousness of the situation.

    Reaper concentrated hard and summoned his latent psychic abilities letting loose soft waves of Hypnosis with a mighty cry of energy. Startled by Reapers loud war-like call Dusknoir loosened his grip causing the old hag to fall to the ground in a heap, Stacey mentally wishing her to rouse quickly, and focused his attention on the new threat. Reaper’s Hypnosis was crushing over Dusknoir in a tidal wave and although the large spectre flailed his arms around trying to escape the vortex of sleep he only looked mildly drowsy, he was not succumbing to it, damn! Dusknoir slipped quickly into the masses of shadows to escape the vortex and hides within. Stacey eyed the shadows warily feeling her skin crawl as if the ghost was watching her ready to reach out and touch her; Reaper was more guarded and concentrated into the darkness to find him. Seeing a flicker of red in the shadows Reaper forwent the useless dream eater attack and his purple essence swirled into his green features leaving the key stone and oozed into the shadows with his Shadow Sneak looking for his opponent. Now Reaper was gone too and she couldn’t sense either of them in the darkness, she hated this it felt like she was blind and was just stuck waiting for the inevitable, for one to overcome the other in their struggles.

    Rubbing her arms nervously she snapped her head left and right with every grunt and shriek of pain emanating within the shadows not knowing who made what noise. Suddenly Dusknoir emerged from the shadows breathing heavier than before, Reaper swiftly following suit snapping back into his keystone, several small cracks suddenly appearing as he does and Stacey rushes over to assess his health. Although he looked a little battered, his keystone would hopefully be mendable and she was sure the ethereal cuts on his swirling face would disappear; she sighed in relief. Reaper clamed his breathing and grunted at the larger ghost not at all intimidated but drawing Stacey’s attention to where it needed to be. Dusknoir snorted before chuckling lowly to itself drawing a glare from Stacey, she knew it couldn’t help itself but that dark force was really annoying her now. Moving its arm a cloud of black fog suddenly engulfed Reaper and he looked alarmed struggling amongst the smoke hissing in pain.

    ’No …’ Stacey thought as she saw Dusknoir trying to squeeze the life from her Spiritomb. Darting forward in an effort to do anything to stop this demon she saw his other arm whip out and a fist of fog grabbed her around her waist and chest causing an startled yelp to come from the trainer. She felt the smoke somehow solidly and it squeezed … tight. Gasping Stacey struggled in the harsh grasp unable to free her arms which were pinned against her sides and slowly digging into her.

    “Reap …” she coughed out as she noticed his keystone crack more under the pressure. Gasping as every breath became harder she stopped her struggles not having enough energy to do so anymore and felt her vision begin to blur. Was this it? Was she to become like Margaret and Reaper her Pokemon, another poor soul to have travelled Memory Lane only to have fallen pray to its wicked spirits. Too foolish to turn away and too weak to have survived? What of her other Pokemon, what would happen to them? She prayed that someone would find them and take them somewhere safe as she no longer breathed and slumped forward in the smoky grasp lifeless. They say that hearing is the last sense to leave when you die as her body hung starved of oxygen Stacey heard chanting, that Latin again before that sense left her too.

    Stacey felt a nudge on her shoulder and swatted it away, she was sleeping dammit why couldn’t they leave her alone? A voice followed calling her name and mentally sighing she awoke from oblivion her eyes stinging even with no light in the room. Adjusting to the different shade of dark she saw a familiar toothless grin beaming at her and winced, okay not the best sight to wake up to but … oh, she was alive. How? Sitting up feeling like a weight constantly crushing her chest she breathed in lightly, unable to deep breathe at current with probably a cracked rib. Her eyesight having adjusted to the shadow-laden tomb she turned to see Reaper sitting observing her emotionlessly as usual, the cracks covering his stone and cuts marring his ethereal face making her frown; but he was alive too she was very grateful for that.

    “It looks like the exorcism was a success... However that was just a mere obstacle in what will become your destiny...” she whittles on and Stacey’s frown deepens, her destiny was nearly cut short tonight, how could she be sure that the pair of them weren’t going to die? Maybe this old hag was insane after all and perversely enjoyed this kind of amusement. ’Thinking about it where had her Dusknoir gone? Had she recalled it?’ Stacey thought absentmindedly.

    “You see girl, the blackened hearts of this crypt all extend from a much deeper past. I know that beyond that chasm lies great mysteries that need to be solved. You are the only person who can solve them...” she continues and before Stacey can think she feels herself yanked off the floor the old hag dragging her towards the black void with more strength she would have credited her with. Stacey who was struggling to stay upright gave her a shocked look as the old hag gave her a wide smirk before shoving her forward. Stacey screamed out of instinct as arms flailing she fell into the void, Reaper floated up to the well looking down, giving the old hag a look which was a mixture of amusement, confusion and annoyance. He turned back to the well and deciding to follow the young woman floated downwards after her.

    Stacey felt herself falling faster and faster into the unknown, the dark black suddenly shifting to a bright orchid that made her eyes sting even more. Screams and bellows of pain echoed out and she wondered for one mad moment if she had been pushed down a vortex to Hell, why couldn’t it have been to Heaven it would have been much nicer there? Suddenly she feels herself jerk to a stop nearly losing the contents in her stomach from the violent movement. Breathing rapidly, the normally simple action causing waves of pain to crash through her body she dared to open her eyes to look around. To her left sat a small picture of what she recalled to be the Sky Gate and to the right was a very fuzzy picture of somewhere unknown to her. By this time Reaper had caught up looking a little flustered at his journey and eyed Stacey almost annoyed. Stacey sighed and shrugged, its not like she jumped down here that crazy old bat pushed her to what could have her second near death of the hour. After what had happened today she felt like going home for a few weeks and just sleeping but … argh the hag had promised to answer her questions and she lied. She drew her into that tomb adding more questions to her already frazzled mind and shoved her away when she felt like it mumbling something about destiny. Stacey rubbed her head feeling a migraine erupt and stared at the two pictures … maybe she had pushed her here to allow her to get the answers she seeked. Sky Gate would be her way home but this other picture, it was somewhere new, to her anyway … maybe this world held answers she needed. She cast Reaper a look over her shoulder the Spiritomb staring at the same picture thoughtfully.

    ’Lets hope for better luck this time’ she thought as she reached out an arm to the hazy picture, praying that it would lead her to answers.


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    Lemon-Lime: With a perfect opportunity to spend time away from the idiot-box, you decide there’d be no better place to visit than Lyanazia. Arriving on the tropic land mass, you soon discover that you’d chosen the perfect day to visit the humid paradise, the sun shining vibrantly and breaking onto the forest floor. With the stories of Eyrie Peak piquing your interest, you make your way through the overgrown shrubbery and twisty lianas and set your tracks for the eagle shaped mount. With Scorpio being the ideal species for the gusty trail, he perches on your cranium, providing some air-resistance to an otherwise turbulent cliff-edge. Klaus on the other hand, finds the area unbearable, seeking shade at every jutted rock. Hours pass and the dire glare of the sun quickly becomes unbearable. The base of the Island looks ever smaller as you continuously loop Mt.Eyrie, finally approaching a series of hollows surrounded with cobwebs. Whilst you take a moment to inspect the cavities, you notice Saybleye scamper straight into the shadowy ecstasy. Prudently trailing along, you break through the cobwebs to detect several tunnels echoing with screeching insects. Delving deeper into one of the burrows, you hear a conversation between two people. Upping your pace to unearth the source of banter, you are lead to a dusty dome illuminated by neon mushrooms…

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    Lemon-Lime and Radical Edward: Rushing forward in a twitchy sensation, Mike’s Klaus jovially scurries over to Aaron with a beaming smile. Raising a rather inquisitive eyebrow, the bug trainer picks up the small imp by its leg, “Who might you be?” Mike abruptly enters the dome shaped hollow in pursuit of his Saybleye, only to trip over a mound of cobwebs ensnarling the entrance. With Ben and Aaron sharing a s******, the approach the boy and lift him to his feet, Klaus freeing himself from the elite trainer’s hand and mindlessly darting around the grotto. The elite trainer shows a slightly embarrassed expression, “Look guys… This isn’t your usual runaround cave, Mantis Cave is a test for even the most experienced trainers. I feel it’s my duty as a member of the Elite 4 to protect juvenile trainers like yourselves, I won’t be letting just anyone pass onto the deeper hollows…” Taking note of your disheartened faces, Aaron scratches is head as he attempts to think up a compromise, “I’ll tell you what, if you two can beat me in a two verses one battle, I assure you there’ll be no other way past me”. Winking at you rather coyly, the slim trainer clutches a Pokeball in each hand.



    Soz for lateness. ZA Test+Cascadia+Here=MADNESS. I'll be more punctual from now on. Also: the idiot box is your frieeeeeend. A Wii is really more of an idiot rectangular prism, though.

    They got a fresh start on the path, all having eaten (Klaus had forced Scorpio to give up some of the orange, much to the latter's unpleasure) and lazed around a bit before starting. Scorpio refused to get off of Mike's head, but he actually managed to be useful and provide a little wind resistance. Not to say that the frequent gusts of wind were completely abolished; Mike still had to stop every few minutes to regain his footing. An added challenge were the various vines that grew over the rock which served as triplines. Klaus wasn't exactly in a happy mood either, the bright sun, long walk, and ongoing assault of wind adding up to make him cranky. Whenever he stopped to rest behind a large, shady rock, he would snap and growl, not letting anyone near him. Him and Mike passed the hours-long walk away by exchanging witty banter with each other, Scorpio just humming and enjoying the cool breeze while Mike and Klaus baked in the sun. Eventually, the heat became unbearable. "Scorpio," Mike panted desperately. "Use...Blizzard...to cool us...down..." Scorpio smiled and gave a thumbs up, jumping off his head and aiming the icy storm right at Mike and Klaus. "Ahhh..." Mike said, now considerably cooled down. "That's better." Just then, a muffled thought came into both their minds. "{Hmmlp...me!}" Turning around, they both laughed as they saw that Klaus had been frozen solid! Scorpio quickly flew up and used a Wing Attack to break out Klaus from his icy cage. They continued on, all cooler and considerably happier. Excepting Klaus, of course, who was still a bit sulky at being frozen.

    Finally, they reached the opening of a cave. Covered with cobwebs, Mike could hear the screeching of Bug Pokemon as he peered carefully through the webs. Klaus, unable to bear it any longer, dashed straight in, screaming "{YES! YES! NO MORE OF THAT ACCURSED LIGHT!}" in his mind and demolishing the homes of several spiders. Mike and Scorpio trailed after him, following through a rather creepy tunnel. Eventually, they went into a dome filled with glowing, neon mushrooms. Embarrasingly, Mike tripped over a few cobwebs that spread across the bottom of the entrance. After being helped up by two other trainers, Mike saw Klaus scampering around the room like an idiot. "C'mon, Klaus. You look like Gollum with a triple espresso." Klaus reluctantly came back to Mike's side as one of the trainers struck an embarrassed face. Mike recognized him immediately as Aaron of the Sinnoh Elite 4. “Look guys…" he said. "This isn’t your usual runaround cave, Mantis Cave is a test for even the most experienced trainers. I feel it’s my duty as a member of the Elite 4 to protect juvenile trainers like yourselves, I won’t be letting just anyone pass onto the deeper hollows…” Mike sighed, dissapointed. Looked like he had climbed all the way up here for nothing... "{Woah, woah, woah.}" Klaus thought. "{You are not telling me I just climbed all the way up here, in the light of day, for nothing, and will now have to do it again?!}" As if he had read Klaus' mind (well, who knows?), the trainer came up with a compromise. “I’ll tell you what, if you two can beat me in a two verses one battle, I assure you there’ll be no other way past me”. He winked and pulled out two Pokeballs. Mike turned to the other trainer. "Well, I'm Mike. Uh..nice to meet you. What's your name, anyway?" Turning back to Scorpio, he said "Scorpio, you'll be my battler of choice today." Scorpio swooped up and down around the dome, happy at being chosen to battle.


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    Mystic Jungle
    Once homage to the Lyanazian Empire, its amazing architects have now been completely overrun by the thick foliage. No matter how many endeavours the Lyanazian’s took to return to the forest, they’d always find their huts ripped apart by the brash lianas and consumed by the forest. It’s normally a very peaceful place where grass, bug and flying Pokémon thrive but the magical temples of the old kingdom have brought upon strange occurrences to the natives passing through. Should you find yourself in the incredibly fruitful rainforest, who knows what you may encounter.

    Areas:
    The Emerald Jungle: covering acres of the Mystic Jungle, the Emerald Jungle is named after the absurd amount of greenery oozing from it. Due to this it’s become a haven for grass types, however the tropical atmosphere can become almost unbearable for humans. The exotic berries found clustering the trees attract many tourists to the region.
    Garden of Iris: Floating high above the rest of Lyanazia, the ruin is said to be homed by the mighty goddess of nature and her many Shaymin. The ground is made up entirely of clouds which magically both supports any amount of weight and can grow many beautiful flowers and trees. It is hidden from view so it is mostly untouched by man. The only way to reach it is to climb up a rainbow that stretches from the ground to the clouds.
    Sorry I can't do more with my intro, all of my pokes are holed up in the shops exploiting the Super Pass :x Just wanted to get this up, I'm excited ^^

    With a tad too much enthusiasm for the sweltering heat, Nikki trudged through the Mystic Jungle wonderingly. The greenery was everywhere, exotic and utterly wild, beautiful but deadly in its own way. She grinned a little as she realised that she was now jumping straight from the icy mountainsides of the Silverton Ranges to the unbearably humid jungles of Lyanazia, but ever since she had heard of the lushly tropical zone Nikki had known- this is where she wanted to go. It had only been an hour or so since the girl had set foot into the jungle, but she was already tired and rested against a tree after thoroughly checking the surrounding area for insects and stray Ekans. "Hmm, let's see..." Nikki dug out a slightly worn tourist leaflet from her sidebag, flipping it open to the page titled "the Emerald Jungle" and skimming over the page until she reached the section titled "Garden of Iris".

    ...Floating high above the rest of Lyanazia, the ruin is said to be homed by the mighty goddess of nature and her many Shaymin. The ground is made up entirely of clouds which magically both supports any amount of weight and can grow many beautiful flowers and trees. It is hidden from view so it is mostly untouched by man. The only way to reach it is to climb up a rainbow that stretches from the ground to the clouds.

    "This looks like the perfect place to go... just, how do I get there?" the blonde-haired trainer muttered to herself. "It might not even exist, but I can still explore the rest of the jungle if I can't find the way to get there. With new direction (or lack of...) she stood up again, fingering the polished PokeBalls on her belt in case of danger and made her way deeper into the vividly coloured jungle.

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    Firstly, welcome Atlantis and Arc ^^ I hope you enjoy your adventures here. Secondly, I'll be waiting for RadEd to post before continuing with Lemon's adventure. If he doesn't reply soon I'll have to split you both up.

    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sooner had you entered the gooey bog, you’d started regretting your decision as Marshy predators swam between your thighs. It was to your dismay that the area was far too confined and sludgy to suit any of your Pokémon. Dana was the only species which seemed partly comfortable to the marsh, and even she was having trouble removing the poor Nidoran from the purple quicksand. Returning to the trees seemed your best bet, thus you loped backwards to the hefty shrub you came from. Clambering up it a great momentum, you thoughtlessly reach out to the nearest jutted branches in your effort to escape the unsettling splashes below. Suddenly, a Seviper, coupled with the previous Arbok lunge out of the mire and start biting/slashing/constricting the timber. Managing to ascend to the pinnacle of the tree, you’re relieved to be a safe distance from the starving serpents. Nevertheless, the tree was shuddering wildly and the unsettling glare of the predators made it clear you’d have to fight your way out. Meanwhile, Gligar gave you assuring thumbs up as she lugged the Nidoran out of the morass with her handy tail, it wouldn’t be long before the critter was unfastened from the marsh…

    Emerald Jungle

    Arc Angel: With thousands of thoughts racing through your head, discontinuing your adventure wasn’t an option. Ignoring the comfortable image of Sky Gate, you take a deep breath and irk toward the mysterious illustration in a swimming motion. Suddenly, an ear-splitting screech causes you to clamp your ears as you begin plummeting once more at an intense velocity. Making a second transition through dimensions, you feel your eyes tighten shut as you lose perception once more… An unknown amount of time passes and an assembly of lianas snake below, instinctively regaining you of your consciousness. Widening your eyes, you awake to the unpleasant noise of bird calls and a temperature much less endurable than that of memory lane. Judging by the lush forestry and humid atmosphere, it seems you’ve landed in a tropical jungle somewhere. Rays of sun break through the forest canopy and into your weary eyes as you adjust the light. Beside you is the inanimate keystone belonging to Reaper. One could only guess he’s unconscious himself or he’s retreated from the morning sunlight. Suddenly! A blitzing bellow emits from a close distance. Alarming enough to raise you to your feet, you detect a terrifying grey basilisk the size of an office building stampedes past, snapping the lush timber like matchsticks. Managing to get a good look at the beast from its rear, you note several golden appendages emerging from its grey body, as well as broad, smoke like wings which seem to gust about in an eerie fashion. With no way of gauging your position, you could attempt to follow the flattened trail in anticipation of discovering the Legendaries’ purpose in the rainforest, or alternatively climb one of the abundant trees for a better view of where it is heading.

    Atlantis_Kid99: Longing to discover the mystifying garden said to be homed to an ancient goddess, you tread through the Emerald Jungle in search of its rainbow trail. Unsure on how to find the multihued path, you aimlessly get acquainted with the humid rainforest. You’d chosen a particularly hot day to embark upon the lush Islands, fortunately the shade of the upper canopy provides you with some solace. You occasionally catch the glimpse of primate Pokémon lunging from tree to tree, the sound of bird squawks adding to the tropical ambiance. As you waft through the thick lianas trailing from each branch, you keep a watchful eye on what predators may harass you. Staying clear of the occasional hissing Ekans and grumbling Spinarak, you start to wonder if travelling alone was a best proposal. Hours seamlessly pass until you come across an opening in the jungle. In the heart of the opening lies a semi-transparent rainbow trail which appears to stretch onto the clouds. Suddenly, you hear a cute voice from the edge of the opening. A small grass type hops down blossoming tree and over to your feet. Turning your attention to your shoes, you notice a Cherubi gawking up at you with its main face. The small shrub proceeds to waddle coyly toward the colorful road, cooing you over excitedly.

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    Firstly, welcome Atlantis and Arc ^^ I hope you enjoy your adventures here. Secondly, I'll be waiting for RadEd to post before continuing with Lemon's adventure. If he doesn't reply soon I'll have to split you both up.

    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sooner had you entered the gooey bog, you’d started regretting your decision as Marshy predators swam between your thighs. It was to your dismay that the area was far too confined and sludgy to suit any of your Pokémon. Dana was the only species which seemed partly comfortable to the marsh, and even she was having trouble removing the poor Nidoran from the purple quicksand. Returning to the trees seemed your best bet, thus you loped backwards to the hefty shrub you came from. Clambering up it a great momentum, you thoughtlessly reach out to the nearest jutted branches in your effort to escape the unsettling splashes below. Suddenly, a Seviper, coupled with the previous Arbok lunge out of the mire and start biting/slashing/constricting the timber. Managing to ascend to the pinnacle of the tree, you’re relieved to be a safe distance from the starving serpents. Nevertheless, the tree was shuddering wildly and the unsettling glare of the predators made it clear you’d have to fight your way out. Meanwhile, Gligar gave you assuring thumbs up as she lugged the Nidoran out of the morass with her handy tail, it wouldn’t be long before the critter was unfastened from the marsh…
    Despite being safe once again at the top of the tree, a new threat had appeared in the form of the Arbok and another serpentine companion, Seviper. He didn't have any pokémon that he could call upon that would have any advantage over the wild pokémon, since his only fire type was tucked away in the PC system. Instead of the advantage in terms of typing, he decided on a pokémon that would be able to withstand the horrid waters due to her typing. Aiming a pokéball at the two snakes, a flash of light released a burly Venusaur into the stagnant waters.

    "I know you're in the water, but I'm sure an Earthquake attack would still affect these monsters, Nanc, we can at least try..." he cried down to his starter pokémon, who seemed confused to his whereabouts before she realised he was high up in the top of the tree. Clutching the leaves and branches as hard as he could in case the attack caused any damage to the tree, Zak hoped for the best, keeping an eye on both the Gligar attempting to save the Nidoran and the Venusaur trying to get rid of the snake threat...
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    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sooner had you reached the pinnacle of the tall sapling, the new threat of Seviper and Arbok dawned upon you. The oak looked was quickly splintering as the black serpent hacked it with its razor-sharp appendage whilst the purple serpent squeezed it with its equally powerful appendage. An unsettling ‘creek’ enveloped the bog, the tree you where witheringly perched upon was starting to give way. It was time to call for some backup, nevertheless the mire seemed far too noxious for most of your Pokémon. Without a second to spare, you decide the warty toad known as Nancy would be able to withstand the ambiance. Thrusting her ball forward, she emerges with a flash of radiance, consuming most of the lake with her bulk. Despite the dim scarcity of sunlight, Nancy did seem content with the tranquil pool despite its toxins. The rather fickle twosome of snakes change there target yet again, each latching onto on of Nancy’s hind legs with a potent bite attack. The gnawing doesn’t faze the mighty Venesaur much as she lifts her forelegs and stomps the back down, causing a shuddering earthquake. The bog begins to bubble as the earth beneath it rattles. Suddenly, your ears prickle at a squeaky “pop” noise as the vibration manages to loosen up Nidoran enough for Dana to thrust her out. Now free from the bog, the Nidoran scuttles toward you in tow of your new Gligar. As the earthquake begins to cease, you are pleased to spot both Arbok and Seviper hissing their tongues at Nancy as the aftershock takes its toll. With Nidoran now free, you can purely focus on trouncing the snakes. What will you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Sooner had you reached the pinnacle of the tall sapling, the new threat of Seviper and Arbok dawned upon you. The oak looked was quickly splintering as the black serpent hacked it with its razor-sharp appendage whilst the purple serpent squeezed it with its equally powerful appendage. An unsettling ‘creek’ enveloped the bog, the tree you where witheringly perched upon was starting to give way. It was time to call for some backup, nevertheless the mire seemed far too noxious for most of your Pokémon. Without a second to spare, you decide the warty toad known as Nancy would be able to withstand the ambiance. Thrusting her ball forward, she emerges with a flash of radiance, consuming most of the lake with her bulk. Despite the dim scarcity of sunlight, Nancy did seem content with the tranquil pool despite its toxins. The rather fickle twosome of snakes change there target yet again, each latching onto on of Nancy’s hind legs with a potent bite attack. The gnawing doesn’t faze the mighty Venesaur much as she lifts her forelegs and stomps the back down, causing a shuddering earthquake. The bog begins to bubble as the earth beneath it rattles. Suddenly, your ears prickle at a squeaky “pop” noise as the vibration manages to loosen up Nidoran enough for Dana to thrust her out. Now free from the bog, the Nidoran scuttles toward you in tow of your new Gligar. As the earthquake begins to cease, you are pleased to spot both Arbok and Seviper hissing their tongues at Nancy as the aftershock takes its toll. With Nidoran now free, you can purely focus on trouncing the snakes. What will you do?
    Watching on as the earthquake attack was a success in terms of helping assist in the freedom of the wild Nidoran and damaging Nancy's serpentine foes, "Great job, you two, but we're not out of the woods yet!" Zak called down from his safe spot high in the tree, keeping his eye on the snake pokémon in case they made any swift advances on either of his pokémon or the female Nidoran, who seemed quite well despite the recent occurrences.

    "Dana, leave that Nidoran, she seems safe now, let's try a thunder wave attack on the snakes, one by one. Careful you don't aim it into the water though, we don't need Nancy taking an unnecessary damage from such an attack..." Zak spoke to the Gligar calmly, proud that she had accomplished what he had asked her in the beginning, "...careful though, they seem significantly tougher than you, use your gliding powers to your advantage and stay in the air above them!"

    Looking down, Zak noticed Nancy glancing upwards, awaiting her own set of commands, "I know this attack takes up a lot of your energy, but if it is pulled off in the right way, we should be able to deal significant damage to both foes. Use Giga Impact between the two snakes, buffeting both of them with the attack as you do so, after that have a relax for a moment..." he finished, giving both pokémon a thumbs up with each hand in unison before wobbling slightly and gripping hold of the tree once again. He was never much of a tree climber, his balance was shot completely...
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    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Praising your Pokémon for their valiant efforts, you send them forward once more to finish what they’d started. After all, time was scarce, the Pokémon Ranger could have landed anywhere on the tropical atoll and there wasn’t a second to lose. Meanwhile, you observe the mucky Nidoran take cover bellow the roots of the tall sapling you where sat upon. Dana hastily parts with the small mouse and thrusts toward the skirmish. Due to her abundant inexperience, the Scorpion is quick to keep a safe distance above the morass. Aiming a pincer at each snake, Dana fires a small wave of thunder at each snake, both of whom are still latched onto Nancy. Whilst Seviper is quick to dive into the murky depths and nullify the spark, Arbok is oblivious and directly hit by the prickle of electricity. As electrical energy pulses up and down the cobra’s slender body, its muscles begin to tighten and lock-up. With Arbok now paralyzed, Nancy carelessly shrugs the snake off of her hind leg. Facing both snakes, Nancy channels a great deal of energy into a semi-transparent cocoon and rampages toward the serpentine duo. On contact, both shriek in pain as they beat against the nearby oaks. Whilst Arbok falls unconscious, Serviper barely manages to slither back into the Mire. Becoming considerably fatigued, Nancy takes the next round to bathe in the cool toxins. It’s all up to Dana to finish the Seviper…

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    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: Praising your Pokémon for their valiant efforts, you send them forward once more to finish what they’d started. After all, time was scarce, the Pokémon Ranger could have landed anywhere on the tropical atoll and there wasn’t a second to lose. Meanwhile, you observe the mucky Nidoran take cover bellow the roots of the tall sapling you where sat upon. Dana hastily parts with the small mouse and thrusts toward the skirmish. Due to her abundant inexperience, the Scorpion is quick to keep a safe distance above the morass. Aiming a pincer at each snake, Dana fires a small wave of thunder at each snake, both of whom are still latched onto Nancy. Whilst Seviper is quick to dive into the murky depths and nullify the spark, Arbok is oblivious and directly hit by the prickle of electricity. As electrical energy pulses up and down the cobra’s slender body, its muscles begin to tighten and lock-up. With Arbok now paralyzed, Nancy carelessly shrugs the snake off of her hind leg. Facing both snakes, Nancy channels a great deal of energy into a semi-transparent cocoon and rampages toward the serpentine duo. On contact, both shriek in pain as they beat against the nearby oaks. Whilst Arbok falls unconscious, Serviper barely manages to slither back into the Mire. Becoming considerably fatigued, Nancy takes the next round to bathe in the cool toxins. It’s all up to Dana to finish the Seviper…
    Clinging onto the foliage as hard as he could, Zak bit his lip. He knew Nancy was powerful but Dana was quite a young pokémon with very little battling experience that he knew of, apart from when he first met her and she put up quite a fight alongside him. Watching on, Dana attempted to paralyze both snakes, only succeeding on the Arbok whilst Nancy powered herself up severely, utilizing the majority of her energy in one powerful Giga Impact attack. The attack a success, she went crashing into the serpentine pokémon, knocking out the Arbok and nearly taking care of the Seviper. However, due to the sheer amount of energy used up, the Venusaur had to take a time out, leaving the battle riding on Dana and her lack of moves.

    "Alright, Dana, since your movepool isn't exactly up to scratch just yet, we're gonna have to improvise..." Zak called down to the flyscorpion who was hovering in one spot, he could see that she was nervous, what with being up against a poisonous snake, not the nicest of combinations. "I want you to use harden and plummet at the surface of the horrid myre near to the Seviper. Don't worry, the attack should up your defense enough not to hurt you. Once you hit the surface, splash the stagnant crap up into the Seviper's eyes with Sand Attack and try and throw a few Poisonous stingers into the mix whilst you're at it!"

    Hoping the strategy wouldn't confuse Dana too much, he gave her a hopeful smile and another thumbs up before calling out to the Venusaur, "I know you're tired girl, but could you come towards this tree? I wanna ride on your back to save coming into contact with this swamp, whatever is lurking under the surface is none too fond of me..." Giving the pokémon a nervous smile, he slowly began to shimmy back down the tree once more, not planning on touching the water this time...
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    Wraith Marsh

    Pearl's Perap: With the tree’s occasional aches becoming unsettling, you hurdle down from one of the foremost branches and onto Nancy’s supple green hide. She’s much more stable than the tree at this point, meaning you shouldn’t be coming in contact with the filthy morass for a while. However, whilst the warty toad was taking pleasure in a pleasant bathe, it was up to Dana to fend off the savage Seviper. With no way of gauging the snake’s whereabouts in the pool, Gligar fluttered waveringly in search of the Fang Snake Pokémon. Suddenly, Dana’s eyes widened upon noticing a cluster of bubbles. Thrusting toward the gurgling morass, she scooped up a pincer full of gunk. The second Seviper pounced out of the bog, Dana was quick to hurl the mud in a similar stance to a sand attack. Causing gunk to immerse the snake’s eyes, it’d know have to rely on its other senses. Leaving no time for Seviper to lunge back into the depths, Gligar punchers the serpent with its stinger and injects it with lethal poison. Despite Seviper’s resistance to the toxins, the attack is enough to finish the snake. Level Up for Dana Suddenly! The small Nidoran scampers toward the unconscious Seviper and burrows into its mouth! After a few seconds of perplexity, you notice the female Nidoran emerge with the male counterpart of its species. Judging by the digestive acid swathing the male Nidoran, he’s certainly hit the bucket. With tears pouring down the female’s face, it looks like she could use some cheering up…

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