POKEMON BATTLE ISLAND FINALE
Ding dong, ding dong ding. The notes chimed as the machine in the Pokémon centre healed someone’s Pokémon, they thanked the nurse and left through the sliding doors which were propped open since they had been damaged in the events of last night. Jamie sat in one of the seats of the waiting area between the entrance on his left, the Pokémon centre in front of him and the miniature hospital to his right. His head rushed with everything that had happened so far on the island and he had only been here 9 days now, he had only realised it had been a week already when he woke up this morning to find just one poke ball on the bed side table in his hotel room. He had performed his morning routine ins silence and was in the lift when just one floor down the doors opened an a pair of old rich woman had entered the lift, they looked like identical sisters except one was wearing a dress of blue which matched her makeup and jewellery perfectly and the other was wearing the exact same outfit but in red.
“Oh Indina dear sister can you believe we have been on this island for only nine days and something like this happens” The woman in red had said.
“Oh I do no Crimsina dear what an awful thing to happen on such a wonderous holiday” Indina had replied, the lift stopped now on the ground floor and the two ladies got out the lift and entered the doorway to the restaurant area of the hotel.
So it had been 9 days, time really did fly, especially it seemed when you was in danger. It was just last night that something strange had happened which had caused many guests to the island to have left on a ship this morning, some people believed Mr Regal Bryant when he said that the “Beast” wouldn’t attack again, but a lot of people on the island knew from the way he was continuingly wiping his sweaty forehead with the sleeves of his expensive looking jacket he was more terrified than any of us. I guess he does have more to lose Jamie thought to himself and this was true, not only could Mr Bryant lose his life staying on the island but he could also lose his money and his reputation if word got out about some mysterious shadow creature thing was attacking his guests on Pokémon Battle island.
Last night at about 9 pm a mysterious shape had flown over the trees of the forest on Wild Island and had made its way towards Home Island, it took note of the amount of Pokémon trainers which seemed to be around the beach so late in the evening and it attacked, smashing itself through one of the street lamps which was standing tall outside the hotel it crumpled the mettle causing it to collapse and smash through the glass sliding doors to the Pokémon centre. The weird shadow then condensed its shape and it took the form of a Rhyperior, it charged forwards towards the trainer’s who all seemed to react instinctively. The air was filled with pokeballs as each trainer sent out their first Pokémon to battle against such a strange creature, Jamie had chosen to start with his Sneasel, the Rhyperior had used Earthquake it seemed, stomping one foot down a shock wave passed through the ground in front of it and wherever a Pokémon touched the ground it was hit by up cast rocks.
The Rhyperior at one point had knocked a Pokémon which it was fighting alongside Jamie’s Sneasel and was now hammering Sneasel into the ground, punch after punch in rapid succession, it wasn’t until a nearby trainer sent out a new Pokémon which turned out to be a Kecleon which had used Water Pulse, this was enough to make the Pokémon stagger back giving Jamie enough time to call back his Pokémon to its pokeball. The strange Rhyperior had then faded into shapelessness again before condensing itself into a terrifying shape of the legendary pokemon Zapdos, it flew around shooting bolts of electricity down at the ground, and one of the bolts hit a tree which immediately engulfed in flames. Dr Vines from the hospital inside came out at this moment, running towards the trainers and releasing his own Wobbuffet from its pokeball he yelled at people on the beach his plan, and he had to yell over the screeching noises the faux Zapdos was making. The Dr told them all to wait until the Zapdos had hit his Wobbuffet with one of its thunderbolts, at which point it will use Mirror Coat and aiming so that all their attacks hit it at the same time as the rebounded Thunderbolt it should be enough to defeat it.
They waited, Pokémon at the ready, Jamie by this point had both his Hippopotas and his Torkoal out of their balls, deciding to keep his Shroomish in its pokeball thinking it to be too small and weak to cope with the battle that was going on. A thunderbolt hit Wobbuffet it yelled seemingly in a great deal of pain and Jamie noted a look of something deeper than depression on the doctor’s face. The attack rebounded and all of the Pokémon which could attack from a distance used their projectile attacks. The attacks all hit on target and Jamie could have sworn that he saw a small piece of Zapdos’ wing detatch from the rest and wisp away, at that exact moment a deafening screech filled the air which wasn’t that of Zapdos or any Pokémon they had ever heard before, the Zapdos faded back to shapelessness and it drifted swiftly away over the trees and behind the mountain of wild island.
And so the danger had subsided, for now and Mr Bryant had put out a message on the televisions and the radio speakers on the island that no one was to worry and it was just a Pokémon getting up to no good. Try and tell that to Sneasel Jamie thought as he heard the announcement. He was even more astonished when he heard Mr Bryant state that the Pokémon Battle Island tournament was still to take place according to schedule.
“Mr Tanaka your pokemon are ready” Jamie heard the nurses voice and he let out a long sigh of relief, he could finally leave the pokemon centre and get out there to do some training and to see if he could find a strong pokemon to help protect himself and the others on the island. Walking over to the counter where the nurse held a tray with 3 pokeballs on it he thanked her and took the balls and put them back where they belonged, then without a moment’s hesitation he half walked half jogged to the doorway and stepped out into the early morning sun where the clock told him it was 8 am.