Burnt Forest Wastelands
Ice Tyranitar- Please use more than one attack per update since it gives me little to work with and this battle will go forever otherwise.
”Just give that exeggcute another powder snow!” you commanded your Snorunt.
“Snorunt!” came the short, sharp reply meaning yes.
As before, Snow Ball sent another blast of super-cooled air spotted with snow in Exeggcute’s direction and it caught Exeggcute with its mouth open and got inside. Although it didn’t freeze like before it did seem to do substantially more damage than the last few times. Exeggcute shook this off and retaliated by shooting off a bunch of little seeds that landed on Snow Ball’s body and embedded themselves in his skin. They didn’t seem to do anything until they all glowed green and sapped his energy, giving the lost energy to the opponent who grinned with an almost evil look. What will you do?
Psychic Scyther- Spraying your Scyther with a Super Potion revitalized him, instantly taking his wounds away and giving him the strength to get up off his knees.
“Ok Scyther, now since we learned some new moves at the move tutor, and since Psychic types are weak against Bug types, use Silver Wind and then try to use Quick Attack while its stunned!” you yelled your commands to your pokemon.
Spinning on the spot, Scyther whipped up a small tornado around himself. Within the harsh winds small silver things flittered around, presumably bug type energy. Stepping out of the attack, Scyther directed the attack in Girafarig’s direction. The psychic giraffe attempted to avoid the whirlwind but was unable to do so fully and was caught by the outside of the attack. While not taking full damage, girafarig took a fair amount of damage but somehow it managed to stay in the fight. Scyther became the now familiar green blur of his quick attack and raced towards Girafarig. Knocked sideways, Girafarig retaliated with a quick confusion, knocking Scyther back with psychic force. What will you do?
Goin’ Graveler- Quickly releasing your numel, you order it to attack the incoming bear pokemon. “Numel! Quickly use Tackle then Growl to decrease its power!”
Nodding confidently, Numel faced his opponent.
The Teddiursa leapt upon Numel’s back and scratched along his side. Although his hurt slightly, his tough hide prevented much damage from taking place. In retaliation, Numel threw his weight into tackling the little bear pokemon to the ground. Trapped between the ground and Numel, both of which were impossible for Teddiursa to move, the pokemon licked the fiery camel along the face. This disgusting act caused Numel to get off the normal type and gag. After getting over the sickening experience, Numel growled loudly at the pokemon, making it back away in fear slightly. What will you do now?
Batesy- Watching the battle unfold an idea hits you. “Try swiping at Zubat with your tail flame and then spin to Scratch!” you shout out your idea to your pokemon.
“Zubat just keep going!” the male voice shouted from the top of the hole, not issuing any real attacks. He must have had his attention else where.
Zubat swooped in close, mouth open, trying to get some more blood from Cherry. The Charmander had other ideas though and spun quickly, her tail flame burning the blood-sucker as it was struck. Cherry didn’t stop there though and kept spinning, coming round with her claws extended, scratching the zubat only moments after it had been burnt by her tail. Screaming in agony, zubat flew erratically around before firing off a shot of supersonic waves in Cherry’s direction. Already slightly dizzy from spinning, the lizard was confused by the sound waves. What will you do?
Psyshadow- Clambering onto Tropius’ back, it quickly takes flight and hovers above the grazing rhydon and rhyhorn. Just in the nick of time as well since in the sky you could see another dust cloud heading in your direction. As it reaches its destination you can see it is made up of a herd of Tropius! The different pokemon species begin to fight and as this happens the Tropius you are on takes you away from this battleground. Setting down in another, more secluded part of the glasshouse, a small bird pokemon flittered down from the tree tops. It seemed to know Tropius and they have a small conversation before a small voice enters your head.
“Don’t be afraid, I’m the natu you’re looking at right now. Tropius here is ashamed of the way his herd is behaving and when he stood up to say something he was booted out. If your wondering why the pokemon were fighting back there I will tell you. The place you were just at has the best of everything, fresh water, the nicest grass, everything a pokemon would want and more. The two herds, the rhydons and the tropius are fighting over who has the right to live there. There is room for both to live together but every time they meet they just start fighting. It is beginning to affect every pokemon living in this glasshouse. Do you think you might be able to help us out?” What will you do?
Furret Flurry 12, HakuBlue & Aura The Wolf - You don’t have to stay together, it is easier for me than posting it thrice.
As you enter the Rose Arch you see a large signpost before you. On it are several arrows, and the names of the places they are pointing too:
Hedge Maze – A large, long-winded maze with dead ends, Bridges, towers, ladders with snakes (And not snakes and ladders, even though it was in the first draft blueprint) THE WORKS… Rescue flares are given out at the beginning of the maze so that you don’t end up dead…
The Houses – The glasshouses themselves:
Main Glasshouse 1 – Exotic Vegetables
Main Glasshouse 2 – Tropical Fruit
Main Glasshouse 3 – Jungle Flora
Sub Glasshouse 1 – Domestic Vegetables
Sub Glasshouse 2 – Northern Climate Fruit
Sub Glasshouse 3 – Desert Flora
Sub Glasshouse 4 – Highland Shrubberies
Sub Glasshouse 5 – Country Wildlife
Where will you be headed?