In a large airport terminal, a man slammed his laptop down in disgust. The screen had been flickering out on him for weeks, and it just gave up the ghost. Unable to do anything else, he got up to get a coffee.
Which means he missed the girl who was spat out of his laptop.
"Ugh. How do Porygon travel like that?"
"Comfotrtably, thank you very much."
The laptop chirped. Janie looked aroud and duster herself off. Amazingly, or maybe not, people of this world ere more engrossed in their elctronics than the world around them. They completely missed seeing a teenage human emerge from a computer screen, nor did they see the little grey thing beside said human.
"Hmm. I should probably recall you." Janie said.
"just for a little while."
Nobody saw he flicker of light, they only cared of keeping their laptops charged and near an outlet.
"This, is kind of depressing." Janie remarked. The airport was huge. It reminded her of Mistaltron back home, and to think that He said there were thousands of places like this. And humanity as a whole seemed rather scrawny. Janie posed the thought to herself that perhaps growing up in a world full of mythical creatures who could summon typhoons and decimate villages with greenery had made her humanity tougher, but the people here she thought were her age reminded her of kids back home six years their junior, and the kids were much hardier.
"Not much time to think about that now." She decided. "I've got my mission." Janie was outside the airport, a huge sign on the front read JEPPESON TERMINAL: DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
She felt in her pocket, jingling the "coins" He'd given her, telling her to be wise with them like she did supplies. She spotted her first target blazing madly on the hill. It was then that the heat really hit her. She grabbed her Dad's Pokeballs--hers now, but that didn't feel quite right yet-- and sprinted into some underbrush for cover.
She opened each ball quickly, and when the passal of animals was around her, she pointed at the blaze orange hillside. "Alright gang. We don't have that long before we get pulled back. I suggest we start with Rain Dance and work from there. Ready?