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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post



    The Ghostly Galleon

    UNowenwasme?: With the salty sea air sharpening your senses you lunge bravely ahead, the cold water slapping against your skin like an icy tundra. As the surf reaches your waist You do a light breaststroke out into the sea. The first few lunges are unbearable, but your body quickly gets used to the cold as you make it further out. The waves were bumpy but it was nothing you couldn’t handle. Like a lighthouse drawing you in the playful Manaphy waves its arms jovially “Mana! Mana!” You up your pace ready to burst with excitement, few people had ever sighted such an elusive Pokémon and yet this one was inviting you to play. Almost a mile out from shore you look back at Gene who analyses patiently, his blue coat glistening under the moonlight. You turn back to the sea angel, who wasn’t far at all. The water around it was warm and comforting, its glowing body illuminating all the way down to the sandy seabed. You find yourself lost for words, but fortunately this Pokémon wasn’t much of a talker. The Manaphy calls its name again, this time you notice movement on the sea floor! Bubbles rise to the surface as a couple of Wooper swim out from a sea cavern, the coral beds rustling as a school of Goldeen and Magikarp emerge. A group of Corphish scuttle out from under their rocks and a finally a bunch of Barboach a tunnel up from beneath the sand. The group of Water Pokémon swim half way up to the surface, circling each other in a trance. Manaphy then starts pelting weak Energy Balls under the surface for target practice. The sea angel wants you to join in!

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    As the air from the sea opened up his nose Jayce swam on. He was getting a good distance away from the land and the waves were pushing him back, however they weren't too powerful and he was able to overcome them. Manaphy was waving it's arms happily. "Mana mana!" It cried out. Jayce picked up the pace a bit. Here was a Pokemon known as the prince of the sea and that so few have seen and he was going to be playing around with it. The glow of Manaphy was very illuminating and made it much easier to keep a straight direction. He took a moment to look back at Gene. He hoped that Gene didn't mind staying back.

    Gene greatly minded having to stay back. From over here it would not be able to save Jayce if need be. Gene liked to keep it's trainer safe, but it was given an order to stay... Gene hoped that this playful Pokemon would help out if needed. Even though Gene could fly at 60 MPH it wished it could be right next to Jayce...

    Jayce shrugged. Nothing to do about it now. He wasn't going back at this point. He turned back to Manaphy who, to Jayce's surprise had swam closer when his back was turned. He swam over and noticed that the area around Manaphy was nice and warm. He felt and odd comfort being near the Pokemon. The light from Manaphy even illuminated the water deep down at the bottom. He wasn't sure what to say at this point but then Manaphy called out it's name again. Jayce looked around and then noticed that below them tons of water Pokemon appeared. He saw, Wooper, Corphish, Goldeen, Magikarp, and Barboach appear in groups. Manaphy really could call the water Pokemon to it. Then the Pokemon began swimming close to the surface but not extremely close. Manaphy began firing off weak Energy Balls at the Pokemon for target practice. It didn't look like it hurt them and Manaphy gestured for Jayce to give it a try. "Me? Well alright... But remember I've never done this before."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Ampere Beach

    Dark Searchman: Having only just started your vacation you find yourself on the bad side of an Exeggutor due to an unfortunate mix-up. It was one on one, or technically two on three. Regardless of the odds against you, you volley out a quick set of orders in hopes of lumbering the hefty palm tree. Ralts sends a confident colour your way as she puffs up her chest and lets off a Growl. The weak howl echoes rather anticlimactically through the air, one of the Exeggutor heads raising an eyebrow whilst the other chuckles at your intimidation tact. The Coconut Pokémon quickly retaliates by waving its palmy hair and shaking lose another Barrage. The bombs explode down the sand, a great deal hitting Ralts. The psychic type stubbornly hops back to her feet, this time shooting off a faint blue beam of energy which strikes the Pokémon’s trunk for a weak blow. The Exeggutor stumbles forward, raising a foot to Stomp on Ralts – but what’s this? The Feeling Pokémon’s attack landed Confusion! This causes a complete misfire as the Exeggutor’s foot stamps into the sand inches from your Pokémon. It dizzily raises another foot, looking a bit off-balance. Noticing the signs of a Pokémon battle, several kids start to crowd around in a circle, some rooting for the underdog whilst a few others chant “SQUASH THAT RALTS!”. What will you do?
    [Fixed. Ralts is actually female, not male. ]

    As Ralts relayed to Hyrem a bright green, expressing her confidence, she inhaled, then Growled at Exeggutor. Problem was, the Exeggutor hardly seemed fazed by it, as evidenced by one head simply raising an eyebrow while one head started to chuckle at them. The Coconut Pokemon responded by attacking with Barrage again; most of the bombs had hit Ralts and exploded on contact with her. Fortunately, Ralts was able to get herself back up and let loose a beam of blue energy, the Confusion attack hitting Exeggutor's trunk.

    Exeggutor didn't seem to be affected by this attack either, and it must have gotten tired of playing around with Ralts. As it stumbled over to Ralts, it raised its foot. Now Hyrem began to panic. If Exeggutor successfully Stomped on Ralts, it would deal a good amount of damage, despite Ralts having used Growl on it earlier. As Hyrem feared for Ralts, the Exeggutor lowered its foot down hard... and hit the sand inches from his Pokemon.

    Exeggutor really was affected by Confusion, and it fortunately became Confused! It raised its other foot, as if it was off balance. Indeed, for a Pokemon like Exeggutor, confusion is likely a very bad thing for it. Not only is the telepathic link between the three heads disrupted, but the coordination of each individual head becomes disoriented, and when considering Exeggutor has three heads, it essentially suffers three times the effects most other Pokemon feel.

    Of course, Hyrem just knows that thanks to Ralts' attack, they have a good chance at winning this battle. Then he noticed all the onlookers who were keenly interested in the battle unfolding before them. Some of them were cheering for Ralts and her trainer, but others were chanting, "SQUASH THAT RALTS!" Not helping... he thought. He decided to tune them out and focus only on the battle in front of him. It became clear to him that Exeggutor had underestimated Ralts' powers, so he took action based off that and continued the onslaught.

    "Great job, Ralts! OK, now it's time to hit it with Incinerate! Growl at Exeggutor once more just to be safe, then use Incinerate again!" Hyrem hoped Ralts could handle using the recently learned move and that it would be enough to finish the job and win the battle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Balmund View Post
    ::The Lighthouse::

    Marion Ette: Shrouded in the familiar darkness of the night you fly through the clear skies of Whale Island while you tightly hold on to your beloved Dragonite, August. For a great deal of your life the darkness had been your close friend and confidant, and you felt safe within its embrace. Where many would fear it, you instead delighted yourself within the coolness and peace that it provided. It held no secrets for you, but, like a good friend, it protected and treasured your own. Daylight on the other hand was blinding, disorienting and exposing.

    The night sky glittered with an infinite mantle of stars, big and small, shining white and all shades of blue above you. Underneath you had the ocean, an abyssmal body of water almost invisible to the naked eye if not for the reflection of the moonlight above; its faint smell filling the air and mixing with August's, concocting a relaxing perfume. You see a bright beacon of light in the horizon and, though you were still several miles away, it shone brighter than any of the stars around you. You knew you were close to your objective as you point out towards it, whispering excitedly to the mythical dragon who made haste and gracefully cut her way through the air like a flying arrow. The closer you got the better you could make out the lighthouse's silouette, standing high and tall atop of a rocky cliff.

    You carefully land at the foot of the lighthouse and safely dismount under the vigilant eye of your partner. As you dust yourself off she points to a map on your pocket and you wonder what was so special about it. Gently taking the map off your hands she looks over it for a while before pointing out to a note regarding the legend of the Ghostly Galleon. She could've sworn you would research this with utmost priority instead and she wasn't quite sure what you were both doing here. Though you admit the idea had crossed your mind already you explain your fascination towards the mystery of the lighthouse. It was said to have been long unmanned and yet it faithfully lit each and every single night for reasons unknown. Whether this was a lie or truly an act of supernatural intervention was something you just had to find out. August nods in understanding and gestures to the top of the lighthouse, suggesting a quicker way to find out as she flaps her wings. However, you decide for the more thorough and methodical approach and instead choose to go inside and inspect it from the bottom up.

    Hand in hand you both approach the tower's entrance, August making sure each of your steps were steady as to avoid you suddenly tripping over; a gesture which you greatly appreciated to which she smiled in return. Placing your hands against the cold, steel door you push against it and it initially seems hopelessly locked. Aided by August's strength however, it eventually cedes, whining and protesting loudly as it was pushed out of your way. It was dark inside and as you take your first step inside you immediately get a very familiar feeling. The temperature had suddenly dropped drastically and the pressure was intensifying more and more; you could tell the place was saturated with spiritual energy and that you both definitely weren't alone. You get the feeling that you're being watched, and you could feel a hint of aggresion behind the invisible glares. The message was all too clear: you're not welcome here.

    Certainly, you would find something of your interest here. The question now would be were to start? You could try going up the spiraling stairway all the way up the five-story building. Opposite to it was another door however, which seemed to lead towards a basement where presumably the electric engines that fueled the lighthouse would be running. Whatever path you choose it sure wouldn't take long before the hostile entities made themselves known a bit more in earnest.

    What will you do?
    Marion breathes in deeply, recognizing the all-too-familiar feeling of restless spirits inhabiting the lighthouse. Despite being comfortable with haunted environments, the hint of anger with which these spirits seem to be regarding her is somewhat unsettling, as it would be to walk into any environment where its inhabitants seem inexplicably hostile. Her strong affinity for ghost types may allow her to speak to them and understand their behavior to a degree, but Marion is also keenly aware of the fact that no level of affinity is enough to quell the rage of aggressive apparitions on its own. If they see her as a threat or as a trespasser, it will take more than speaking their language to convince them otherwise; a battle seems pretty much inevitable.

    Marion turns to August, who is as stoic as she was before she entered the lighthouse. The two nod silently, looking into the other‘s eyes; while seemingly a small gesture, the communication is important. The nod indicates to each other that they indeed sense the strong presence, and that they are both watching out for the other’s safety. August has been with Marion since she was a tiny Dratini, and she has known for a long time how to deal with haunted environments, despite being of an entirely different type; she has been trained not to speak when signs of a haunting are present, especially if the haunting seems hostile, since speech can often anger or rile the spirits. It is enough to move among them; annoying them with the speech of the living is an even worse affront, most of the time. It is rare to find an angry spirit who enjoys hearing their name obnoxiously being called out and being pestered to "show a sign of their presence." generally, such requests are either responded to with a poltergeist-esque pan to the face, or with no response at all. Usually, it's whichever they think will get the living to leave them alone faster.

    The two know that they will provoke anger no matter what they do at this point. They are trespassers, and clearly not welcome; however, there may be some murder or other injustice that was committed in this lighthouse that will remain fodder for afterlife hostility and ire if it is not addressed by the living. Marion points toward the direction of the basement. In Marion’s mind, going straight to the source is the best idea in order to start investigating the lighthouse‘s mysteries. Despite these strong feelings, it may be that the lighthouse is manpowered and simply runs on generators. The haunting could be a mere result of the abandoned nature of an unmanned lighthouse, though Marion thinks that this is probably not likely, given the hostile nature of these spirits. That said, whatever generates power for the lighthouse is likely in that basement; thus, she and August would do well to explore there first.

    Marion and August head towards the basement door, though both are incredibly cautious, looking all around them before Marion so much as touches the handle.

    :EDIT: I'll keep linking to my team stats, just in case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Empoleon-Dynamite View Post
    Raine’s Wildlife Park

    Pengyzu: Looking to wind down and meet new friends along the way, you and Kara set your sights on Raine’s Recreational Park – a playground full of attractions and wildlife exhibits that would surely make for a fun adventure. With a queue a mile long putting your excitement to a halt, you grab some snacks whilst reading one of the park’s brochures. Crumbs fall onto an illustration of the famous adventurer Raine rising out of the water on the nose of Shamu the Wailord – the water park’s star attraction. It looked like you couldn’t have picked a better day to visit either, you overhear a group of adults talking about Keiko the baby Wailmer’s debut performance in Raine’s Wet ‘n’ Wild show. After a long wait you finally reach the front of the queue, buying tickets for yourself and the juvenile Ralts who’s literally bursting with excitement. As you roll through the park turnstiles you look in awe at the attractions. You were spoilt for choice with stadiums, pools, waterslides and aquariums galore. There was a signpost just ahead, but before you have time to examine it you spot a young man in the corner of your eye.

    “Hey! You look like a lively young go-getter!” a blond adolescent sporting a jet-black wetsuit tugs you away from the busy mainstreet. You recognised him as Raine – the guy on the front of the brochure! Before you can introduce yourself he’s quick to pose a proposition to you: “You see, today is Keiko’s first show. And I need a trainer like you to tour him around the park, get him used to being around humans and maybe use him in a battle. I’d do it myself but the big show starts in just a few hours! What do you say?” Raine smiles holding out a Dive Ball in hopes you’ll take him up on his offer. He wouldn’t mind if you passed him up on it though, after all you had your own Pokémon to spend time with too. What will you do?
    After waiting in line for who knows how long. The two finally reach the front of the line.

    "Good morning sir! Hope you have a fun and exciting day here at Raine's Wildlife Park."

    "I sure will! Come along now Ralts, you managed to have practiced the Shadow Sneak of yours more than enough. I heard Keiko the baby Wailmer would have her debut in the Wet'n'wild Show later, I'm sure I speak for both of us when I say I can't wait to watch it!" said Rey. As they roll the turnstiles and enter the park, they see a board up ahead showing the attractions.

    "Oh boy! Where do we go first, the water slide, the aquarium, the pool, th-"

    "Excuse me, you look like a zestful young man who wants some adventure. How about-"

    "Oh my gosh! OH MY GOSH! Kara! Kara! It's Raine! The famous adventurer and the star of this park!"

    "Yes. I am the famous, Raine! The owner of this wildlife park, and the star of the Wet'n'Wild show! As I was saying, you seem like a guy who'd love to this task."

    "Whatever it is! I'm your man!"

    "Excellent! As you've heard, Keiko's first show will be held later. Since she's just a baby, how about you tour her around the park, possibly make her fight in a battle, just to warm her up and give her the feel of the park. Here's her Pokeball" The blonde man hands over a Dive Ball to the kid.

    "Now, I'm expecting to see her at the show later, okay? Hope you have a fun day in my park!"

    "I won't let you down sir! I'm sure Kara would love Keiko's company! Now Kara, say thank you to the kind man."

    "Thank you mr. Raine!" said telepathically by Kara.

    "Wha-what? Who said that?" shouted in surprise by the adult.

    "Oh! That's my partner sir! You see, my Ralts can telepathically speak! I'm not crazy like what people think of me, I really am having conversations with my awesome partner here. Now, off to the pool we go! See you later mr. Raine! I can't wait for the show!"

    ...

    The man and the boy go on separate ways, the man going left, the boy going right. He seems to be heading to the wonderful wave pool of the park. He moves along swiftly with his face filled with excitement, his eyes glistening with passion.

    "The long line and the long walk was definitely worth it for this! Wow! I can't believe I'm about to take part in the show indirectly!"

    As the two arrive at the pool, Rey decides to change into his swim wear first. A nice and cute, wetsuit of his size. He emerges out of the changing room and meets his Ralts guarding all of his stuff. They pack everything that's out except for two Pokeballs. One of Keiko's and one of Kara's, just for emergency.

    Without looking back, the boy cannonballs into the pool, with Ralts following after. Creating more waves in the moving pool.

    "The water is refreshing and warm! Perfect! Now... let's introduce ourselves to our new friend."

    The boy takes out the tiny little Dive Ball out of his waterproof bag; the ball as dry as ever. He clicks the button, enlarging the Pokeball, and throws it up in the air. A bolt of red lightning comes out of it, and hits the pool. The boy catches the ball as a Wailmer materializes in front of him.

    "Wailmer... Wailmer..." said the Wailmer with a hint of terror.

    "Aww... don't be afraid. My name is Rey, and this is my partner, Kara! Mr. Raine wanted us to tour you around the park. We will never do anything to hurt you, we just want you to have a good time with us!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balmund View Post
    ::Pieli Harbour::

    uhhhh: You found yourself stunned silly by the sudden approach of the two beautiful women who overwhelmed you with a barrage of questions and compliments in admiration of your Aipom; the monkey blushing from all the attention. Foster however was feeling bitter resentment at being ignored but you quickly take the initiative and warn him against doing anything to them to which he reluctantly obliged... at least until you stopped paying attention.

    Coming back to your senses you proceed to answer their questions, conditionally granting their requests as long as Gaspard was ok with them, who, much to their joy, actually was. You introduce yourself and ask for their names as you prepare yourself to add another shot to your collection.

    "I'm Angie!" said the first one, a long-haired blonde with captivating emerald eyes and a colorful beach outfit. "It's nice to meet you!" she smiled cutely as Gaspard hopped into her arms.

    "And my name's Kim!" smiled the other one, contrasting her partner with her short black hair, tanned skin and green outfit. "Aw, he's already comfortable with you, Angie!" she turned to her friend.

    "Ya, I know, right?" she giggled in response.

    They posed for the camera with brilliant smiles and it seemed to you that Gaspard's toothy smile was wider than what you had ever seen from him all day long. The picture came out just perfect; a sense of weight and balance seldomly achieved by rookie photographers. It was certainly one to be proud of, and Angie and Kim seemed very delighted by what you showed to them.

    "Wow, that's really good!" Angie exclaimed as she returned Gaspard to you, not before gently stroking the Aipom's head.

    "Ya, you really have some talent there!" Kim agreed. "You know, we're actually on our way to a very cool contest at the beach nearby, and they always have like these amazing prizes!"

    "We got to win last year actually, and now we get to be guest judges! Isn't that great?" Angie added. "Your Pokémon get to play dress up, and act, and dance, and there's even Pokémon battles involved! You probably could never have guessed it, but we really do rock at Pokémon battles, ha hah! I'd bet Gaspard would do great! He looks so confident."

    "And then there's this friend of mine, Luigi, who works as a pro photographer and always gets to shoot photos for the event. You could learn a lot from him!" Kim wrapped up. "Wouldn't you want to come with us? You totally have to go!"

    Well, what a surprise. It seems you've found a nice opportunity here. It's almost like fate had it that you would get lost on Pieli Harbour today.

    What will you do?
    As Connor was preparing his camera, the two girls had introduced themselves.

    "I'm Angie!" said the first one, a long-haired blonde with captivating emerald eyes and a colorful beach outfit. "It's nice to meet you!" she smiled cutely as Gaspard hopped into her arms.

    "And my name's Kim!" smiled the other one, contrasting her partner with her short black hair, tanned skin and green outfit. "Aw, he's already comfortable with you, Angie!" she turned to her friend.

    "Ya, I know, right?" she giggled in response.

    "Heheh Gaspard, looks like you're pretty popular with the ladies!" Connor chuckled while Foster just said "Shup!" as a sign of resentment as he still didn't like the fact that the girls were ignoring him. "All right, I'm ready to go! Now get ready guys..." he said to the three who had now posed and smiled at the camera, with Gaspard having a bigger toothy smile than usual. "1...2...3!"

    Snap. Connor just took another photo.

    He had looked at his latest picture when he gave an amusing stare at it. The picture came out perfect and there really was nothing wrong with it. "Hey Gaspard, what's with the really big smile?" he said to Gaspard who faced him, confused as to what he was saying "Seems to me like you want them to be your trainers instead huh? You wound me Gaspard. You're making me cry now," he jokingly said to his Aipom while he faked crying. Gaspard just laughed at his antics while Foster shook his head being amused as well. After that little show, he showed the photo to Angie and Kim. "Well here's the finished product, what do you think?"

    "Wow, that's really good!" Angie exclaimed as she returned Gaspard to Connor, not before gently stroking the Aipom's head.

    "Ya, you really have some talent there!" Kim agreed. "You know, we're actually on our way to a very cool contest at the beach nearby, and they always have like these amazing prizes!"

    Connor smiled warmly at the compliments of the two ladies. "Heheh, thanks! Glad you like them! Also, a contest?" he asked as he stroked Gaspard's head.

    "We got to win last year actually, and now we get to be guest judges! Isn't that great?" Angie added as Connor started to take some interest at the contest. "Your Pokémon get to play dress up, and act, and dance, and there's even Pokémon battles involved! You probably could never have guessed it, but we really do rock at Pokémon battles, ha hah! I'd bet Gaspard would do great! He looks so confident."

    Connor widened his eyes when he heard what Angie said. "Whoa really? That's awesome!" he said to the two ladies. "To be honest though, I'm not much of a trainer yet. I've just started recently actually and we're still kinda fresh from a loss in a battle so... heh." he said while scratching his brown hair that was covered by an orange beanie.

    "And then there's this friend of mine, Luigi, who works as a pro photographer and always gets to shoot photos for the event. You could learn a lot from him!" Kim wrapped up. "Wouldn't you want to come with us? You totally have to go!"

    "Luigi huh? Hmmm..." Connor thought for a moment. "Well the thought is tempting and there's not much I can do here right now though so, sure. Why not?" Connor nodded while Gaspard let out an "Ai-aipom!"

    "All right, where did you say you were going? To a beach? Let's see..." Connor took out a map of Whale Island and looked at the East Coast, "So, unless if I'm wrong, would that be at the Ampere Beach? Seems like it... All right Gaspard, Foster, let's go!" Connor said with eagerness written all over his face.

    ...

    "...Um..." he turned to face Angie and Kim, "The beach you're referring to IS Ampere Beach right? I'll just tag along with you guys if you don't mind. If I tried to go there, I'd probably get lost and end up somewhere like Cortoza or something," Connor sighed while Foster shook his head at his trainer's poor sense of direction, "Yes, I'm hopeless when it comes to directions. Even Foster here agrees with me. I was supposed to go to Delphin Harbor actually, not here..." Connor hung his head in shame in admitting that. Unfortunately, even with a guide, there's still quite a likely chance that Connor would still get lost.


    Judging by your reply, I'm probably going to have a change in location aren't I?
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    The Caverns

    Celebii: Fresh off the boat and raring for adventure, you find yourself in a dangerous neck of the woods known as Laguna Peninsula. Coveted for its nautical history, you hazardously scale the steep cliff edges carved to the bone by the crashing waves in hopes of finding a Pirate’s hideaway full of treasure. Your handy first mate clings to your pant leg, ready to tuck into his shell if you fall off the edge – though it’s likely it’d make no difference against the pointy rocks below. Larry on the other hand was scuttling ahead, in his element on the rocky terrain. A short while passes until you spot a fissure in the cliff face, dark and dingy with no telling of what lies ahead. With the salty-sea air sharpening your senses you run bravely ahead, Larry narrowly in tow with Neptune waiting to see what happens. Whilst Larry can see perfectly, a few feet into the cave and it becomes impossible for you to see much further ahead. Before you can come up with a plan to illuminate the dark tunnel a series of high-pitched screeches sends you scuttling back in pain. Suddenly a flock of bat Pokémon fly overhead, no doubt startled by your presence. A gutsy Golbat breaks free from the pack, letting off another Screech – this time aimed at Larry! What will you do?
    "Okay gang, stay close, there's no telling what dangers might lurk in this murky crevasse." Cele sternly warned his team. Cele was feeling a bit scared, admittedly, like his little Squirtle that clung to his trousers as if for dear life. Cele was frequently tripping over small stalagmites protruding from the rocky surface, his vision fading. "Wow, it sure it getting dark in here..." Cele said to his Pokemon. "Ron?" Larry said confusingly, obviously the darkness of the cave wasn't affecting him much. "Maybe we should turn back... if I knew which way it was." Cele says with a sigh, beginning to regret his journey to the Laguna Peninsula. After a few more minutes of walking it was pitch black, and Cele was definitely scared. Beginning to hyperventilate, a Tackle from Larry knocked him out of his nonsensical state. "Thanks, I needed that." Cele tells Larry. "Now, let's find a way to light this place up, shall we? Maybe it we-" Cele was cut off by an head-splitting noise from deeper in the cavern. "Agh!" Cele exclaims, falling backwards on his butt, hard. Getting up, while rubbing his sore rear and trying to get his hearing back, he hears a very loud flapping noise, getting louder. A few seconds later, he is swarmed by a flock of bat-like Pokemon, pushing him to the ground, once more. Taking a few steps back, so he could see better, he can make out the shape of a large winged Pokemon, with two feet and no hands. It releases another Screech, though Cele doesn't feel its full effects. "Aron!" Larry yells, obviously the move was directed towards him. Desperately rummaging his backpack, he whips out his Pokedex, and scans the Pokemon in front of him. "Golbat, the Bat Pokemon. Its sharp fangs puncture the toughest of hides and have small holes for greedily sucking blood." "A Golbat, huh? Iff I'm not mistaken, it is a dual Poison/Flying-Type, meaning Larry would have a major advantage over it. So, Larry, wanna get revenge on this Golbat for that Screech?" Cele says. "Aron!" Larry says while nodding his head. "Okay, then Larry." Let's light this place up with a Flame Charge on that Golbat. Then Head Smash to show it we're not joking around. "Your Rock Head Ability should prevent recoil from the Head Smash, don't worry." Cele orders. Larry nods while turning back to the Golbat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by enchantress View Post
    Whale Island
    The Hydro-Electric Zone

    A tourist magnet, Whale Island is a large region of land that was formed from volcanic activity a millennia ago. There is a strange abundance of electrical energy present on this island which, rather than posing a problem, has complemented the island entirely. The entire area is a haven for water Pokémon with even the mountain craters filled to the brim, the abundance of water sports and holiday travel locations ensuring the time you spend here is never dull. Cities and townships are located all across the island, with resorts, inns, and travel lodges in ample supply. The Hydra River is the main waterway, starting up in the north-west area of the island and down through the Central Plains where the great Hydro-Electric Dam has been constructed, before leading down to the south-eastern corner of the island and back out to sea. Whether it's action water sports you're after, or just lazing on a nice stretch of beach somewhere, you'll definitely find the place you're looking for on the famous Whale Island.




    East Coast
    By far the most popular tourist destination spot, the East Coast of Whale Island seems to be constantly abuzz with activity both day and night. Unfortunately the downside to this is the crime rate has risen so be sure to keep an eye out for the con artists and thieves who are looking to swindle unsuspecting travellers out of their holiday spending money. Despite this downside the east coast is a great place to holiday, especially if you're looking to make the most of daytime and night time entertainment.

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    Pieli Harbour: Both a large harbour and resort, Pieli Harbour is famous for the best ice cream in the land, as well as its massive shipping stations, with boats as small as canoes to colossal ferries. The resort itself is archetypical of a seaside funfair, with several small rides as well as a roller coaster and ferris wheel, though the promenade at night is a sight for sore eyes to drown their sorrows on.

    "Look at that view Jordan!" Said Tyler. "I don't think I ever seen anything that beautiful!"

    The small bird poked his head wearily out of the backpack he was nestled up in and turned his attention to the ocean where he looked out upon the glimmering ocean and "Chirpped!" his approval to Tyler.

    "Gosh, I'm hungry after that long boat ride. I wonder what we can eat?"

    The two stared out on the sea as Tyler's eyes opened wide as Jordan hopped back at looked at his trainer with a puzzled look.

    With one sniff of the nostril, Tyler joyously screamed out "Iceeeee Creeammm!!!" and ran off in the opposite direction.

    Jordan quickly flew after his very odd trainer. The two stopped at the stand as Tyler said "Give me two of your finest scoops of chocolate!". Jordan knew, this was going to be a long day.
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    Raine’s Wildlife Park

    Son of Shadows: With Aegis by your side and a heightened sense for adventure, you decide a trip to Fizzy Bubble’s most popular Wildlife Park would be the perfect place to capture your first Pokémon. With a queue a mile long putting your excitement to a halt, you pocket one of the theme park’s brochures, illustrated with a photo of the famous adventurer Raine rising out of the water on the nose of Shamu the Wailord – the park’s star attraction. After a long wait you finally reach the front of the queue, buying tickets for yourself and the little snapping turtle that’s literally bursting with excitement. “If you’re looking for new Pokémon you’re best visiting one of our many wildlife exhib-!”

    FREE THE WAILORDS FROM SLAVERY! YOU THINK SHAMU ENJOYS DOING TRICKS ALL DAY? HE REALLY DOESN'T!

    A loud megaphone grabs your attention - just by the gates you spot a group of protesters, shaking their signs frantically. The posse were all sporting matching sailor attire finishing the look with blue bandanas. The ticket attendant rolls her eyes “Team Aqua don’t seem to understand, we’d never hurt a Pokémon. Raine has raised Shamu from a Wailmer… I almost forgot, here are your passes, have a wet 'n' wild day!” As quickly as the exchange was finished you’re shuffled through the turnstile by the crowd of eager tourists, somewhat alarmed by the group of shady environmentalists parked outside. Just ahead was a sign pole: Following the guide’s advice there was Raine’s Wet ’n’ Wild Sea Show which started in another hour. In the meantime the Manta pool - which offered swims with real-life Mantyke and Mantine - was to your left with the Sharpedo Tanks – an aquarium teaming with marine predators - to your right. Straight ahead there was the Kyogre-Koaster, the worlds fastest log flume with its tracks towering above the rest of the park. You had enough time to visit two attractions if you didn’t want to miss the big show, but where will you head first?


    According to the attendant, Joshua would be able to capture a Pokémon in the park. He grinned at Aegis. "About time I actually caught a Pokémon the legit way, rather than just adopting babies and bonding with Hoothoots. But hey, this day's about you and me, Aegis."

    "Squirtle squirt!" It was the Squirtle's first time in the field, and at only level 7, he didn't have much in the way of power. But he had to learn some time, right? Besides, this was a standard seafront theme park - what could possibly go wrong?

    FREE THE WAILORDS FROM SLAVERY! YOU THINK SHAMU ENJOYS DOING TRICKS ALL DAY? HE REALLY DOESN'T!

    Team Aqua? Those guys were still around? Joshua thought they'd been disbanded some time ago, after the events in Hoenn revolving around Kyogre and Groudon. Hadn't they been stopped by some kid named Brendan? Joshua gave a sigh. There was a certain point about the Wailords being kept in captivity, but they were treated fairly, and were really just trained as your average Pokémon. How were Team Aqua any better with the Pokémon they used? Such hypocrisy. Still, no reason to let them spoil his day with his Squirtle.

    "Well, the big show with Shamu isn't for another hour, so we've got time for a couple of rides. I really want to try and see if we can find a new buddy, but the Kyogre-Koaster sounds awesome..." He sighed. What do you think little buddy?" Joshua unfurled his guidemap in front of Aegis, who pointed at the Manta Pool. Understandable, since it would give him a chance to swim. Joshua shrugged. "Sounds like a plan, then we can check out that rollercoaster before seeing Shamu! I have the distinct feeling that Team Aqua's little protest won't stop at the gates, but, eh. Let's be carefree, I'm sure other people can handle it. To the Manta Pool!" Joshua put away his map, swung Aegis onto his shoulder, and traipsed off to the left, towards the Manta Pool.
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    Itzatrap: Having just reached your destination you’re quick to find that goings-on around Crater Lake are far from dormant as the teenage redhead quickly points out. You quickly spring into action, volleying a Pokéball against the ashy banks. The ball cracks open with a flash of light, a shell spinning upward with Shell’s arms and head quickly popping out. The snapping turtle clocks onto the emergency as you quickly knot a rope around his round belly – he’d need a hand to lug the camel out of the water. Squirtle nods reassuringly as he nosedives into the pool, your fingers gripping tightly to the string of rope. You and the redhead eagerly watch on, the turtle submerging a good hundred yards down the lake before spotting something. The comatose Numel was trapped under a rock, air bubbles leaving its nostrils signalling he’d be a goner in another minute or two. If that wasn’t pressure enough a Carvanha seems to have caught the turtle’s eye and fancies itself a tasty meal. What will you do?
    Looking at the Numel lose its last breath of air, as the Carvanha possibly made the decision to have turtle for lunch, Rob thought it was time to take matters into his own hands to help the Numel. "Oh no, I'm going to regret this..." he thought to himself.

    He handed the rope to Olli and quickly started to take off his shoes, jeans and shirt, "Olli I need you to be prepared to help me out if everything goes as planned. I'm going to try and lure the Carvahna near here, use Taunt to gain its attention when it is close enough, then use Leer and try to keep it occupied only while I help Shell," he then turned to the girl, "I need your help as well if you can pull the rope to help the Squirtle if he needs it." "I'm going to need to tell Shell to use Rock Smash on the rock pinning down the Numel once I get close enough. Hopefully I won't become Carvanha food..." he thought as he raced as quickly as possible to get the Carvanha's attention.

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    It's like you read my mind Balmund. I was thinking of having one of my future Pokemon speak only Japanese (like an Oshawott saying "Miju" instead of "Osha" or something). I still might do that though.

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    ::Crater Lake::

    jolteonjak: You stood in front of what was probably the largest Quagsire you had ever seen; its inexpressive face only adding to the awkwardness of the whole situation. You trust your instincts and politely explain your intentions to the oversized salamander, hoping it to be of the gentle and friendly breed of giants. Your nervousness only increases even more however as it does absolutely nothing; taking its sweet time to digest each and every single one of your words.

    "Pedro? Who's there?" you hear the voice of an old man coming from within, the Quagsire slowly turning to face its source and moving aside as the elder, probably on his mid-80's, apprached at his own slow but steady pace.

    "My, my... aren't you a young one?" he said as he got a good look at you both. "Come on in, lad, you must be tired. You'll have to excuse this big, useless oaf here. I assure you he's mostly harmless, and dim-witted as a Slowpoke, he is. My wife says he only understands Spanish, so we started calling 'im Pedro. I say his problem is just that he's barely smarter than a rock," he chuckled.

    "Now please take a seat," he continued, "your room will be ready in a few minutes and dinner should be done in a couple of hours. I don't think you would have a problem introducing yourself? What brings you all the way over here, son?"

    It's about time you found a place to rest, isn't it? And now you find yourself in company of the lodge's owner, who probably knows a great deal of stories and lore that you may be interested in. If not over a nice dinner perhaps this is the best time to let loose any questions that you may have.

    What will you do?

    Chad and Cyndaquil stood frozen in their position looking up at the massive Pokemon that filled in the doorway to the lodge. He hoped to hear a simple "Quag" or something similar to show he was being acknowledged. After what seemed like a lifetime of staring, Chad began to get more nervous.

    Then from behind the Quagsire, "Pedro? Who's there?" an old man spoke. Chad felt relief instantly. Pedro turned and began to move aside slowly as one would expect such a giant Pokemon to move. Chad could see an elderly gentleman step forward, also pretty slowly.

    "My, my...aren't you a young one?" the old man said as he sized up Chad and Cyndaquil. "Come on in, lad, you must be tired. You'll have to excuse this big, useless oaf here," Chad looked at Pedro. "I assure you he's mostly harmless, and dim-witted as a Slowpoke, he is. My wife says he only understands Spanish, so we started calling 'im Pedro." Chad turned back to the elderly man. "I say his problem is just that he's barely smarter than a rock," he said chuckling.

    "Spanish, huh?" Chad asked surprised. "He's got one up on me. I know very little Spanish."

    "Now please take a seat," he continued, "your room will be ready in a few minutes and dinner should be done in a couple hours. I don't think you would have a problem introducing yourself? What brings you all the way over here, son?"

    "Thank you very much sir," Chad replied graciously. He sat in the chair and immediately felt comfort. "It feels great to be off my feet." Cyndaquil hopped up on his lap. "You see, my parents told me a lot about Crater Lake when they visited many years ago. I just had to see it for myself, so here I am." Chad started to pet Cyndaquil's head. "I have to say, from what I could see, it's beautiful up here." Cyndaquil squeaked happily. "I'm grateful for the room, and tomorrow I'd like to explore the lake and see the different Pokemon that live here. My name is Chad, and this is my Cyndaquil." Chad extended his hand to the elderly man. "Oh yes, and if I can help you and your wife out with dinner, I would be happy to. It's the least I could do. I'd also be interested to hear any stories you have about the area over dinner."



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    Raine’s Wildlife Park

    Pengyzu: Slightly worried you might have updated yourself with the whole ‘Wave Pool’, be careful about describing things which I haven’t already mentioned. The dialogue with Raine doesn’t really bother me at all, but you’ll find the best RPers fluff up their posts by describing their surroundings, feeling and interactions with their own Pokémon.

    Happy to take part in the show, even if you were just behind the scenes, you gladly take Raine up on his offer snagging the Dive Ball. You decide to spend some time by the pool, stripping down to your swimwear and leaping right in. Kara nervously hovers over the water’s edge, timidly testing the water with her paw. Before she can make her mind up she slips and falls straight in! Luckily the water is fairly shallow throughout, down the deepest end which hosted three small waterslides. You look in awe at the pool littered with young swimmers, what a perfect spot to get Keiko used to human interaction! A flick of your wrist and the Dive Ball hurtles into the deeper end of the pool, Keiko bobbing on the surface like a beach ball. The baby whale looks around for its mother, nervously rowing toward you as you call it by name. It takes some coaxing to get him to trust you, but he’s still not sure about the other kids.

    “Hey, neat Pokémon! I’ve got two Pokémon too, fancy duking it out?” with that a youngster sporting a Psyduck inner-tube throws two Pokéballs in the air, cracking open in unison on the shallow surface. To the left, a Meinfoo rolls out of its Pokéball with a rolling kick, splashing into the water in a kung-fu stance. To the right, Wingull emerges from the water taking flight above of the shallow pool and squawking ardently. Looks like this was the type of easy battle you were looking for to break in the performing Wailmer. What will you do?

    Son of Shadows: Just a note: whilst I’ve set up some potential captures, try and play along rather than going in guns a’ blazing attacking the park’s Pokémon :P

    Whilst Team Aqua’s presence at the family park sends alarm bells ringing in your head, you decide to ignore their ‘peaceful’ protest and make your way to one of the wildlife exhibits. The big show starts in an hour so you had no time to waste! You wander off the mainstreet and toward the west wing of the park, and after a quick stroll you find yourself outside of a large enclosure coloured with painted with bubbles and Mantine. The queue for this attraction goes fairly quickly as you pass through the gates. Just ahead is a makeshift ocean edged by beachy sand and a few sharp rocks. A Mantine speeds past the bay, waves of white foam soaking yourself and Aegis – the turtle snapping in content. You spot several youngsters riding on the back of Mantyke supervised by the park trainers, with teens such as yourself sailing with the larger and faster schools of Mantine who seemed to enjoy the attention. It looked as though there was a wait if Aegis wanted to ride a Mantyke, whilst there were one or two Mantine circling the pool free to ride. Before you can make a choice you spot something shudder loose from the sandy seabed – it was a Stunfisk! The muddy electric ray slides towards one of the trainers for its lunch; it was the perfect size for you or Aegis to ride. What will you do?

    Ampere Beach

    Dark Searchman: With the battle underway you find yourself struggling to leave any lasting damage with the Exeggutor a difficult matchup for a juvenile psychic type. Ralts had managed to wreak confusion on the towering palm tree, but it would take more than luck to win this battle. You block out the circle of spectators – focusing on the skirmish ahead as you shoot off a more offensive chain of orders. Having barely evaded being squashed, the Ralt’s mindset quickly switches to an offensive red. With Exeggutor still stumbling on one foot in its stupor, the small Psychic decides to up the temperature a few degrees, spitting out a burst of flames around the foe’s feet. The palm tree shrieks in pain as the attack Incinerates up its body. The flames quickly subside leaving it looking slightly charged, each coconut sporting a nasty grimace. Exeggutor is quick on the rebuttal as it spits out a flurry of Seed Bombs, one of the stronger attacks in its arsenal that sends Ralts flying. The emotion Pokémon hops back to its feet, Growling in hopes of scaring its foe. This works about as well as it did last time, as the palm tree Stomps the Pokémon into the sand managing to pin her down. Whilst still in the green, Ralts is unable to budge under the weight of Exeggutor’s foot... What will you do?

    Trainer Andy: Whilst you’d effectively managed to unlatch the playful Corphish, it hadn’t come without a toll as the lobster sets his sights on Sheldon. With bubble splashes all over the snapping turtle’s face, he shake his head angrily and starts pawing the sand again. Luckily he had help on his side - Rage was written all over your face, and evidently your backside. Shooting off a set of orders you watch with a sense of satisfaction as Turtwig swings into action. The grass type starts out on the defensive with a Withdraw - tucking his limbs into the sturdy carapace. Corphish hardily scuttles forward, raising one claw as he attempts to lock the turtle in another ViceGrip, however Sheldons earthy hide protects him from damage. With the crab in point-blank range Sheldon switches to the offensive, leaping out of his shell and butting Corphish with another Tackle. The attack sends the crustacean tumbling back, but it’s as stubborn as he is mischievous as it darts in for another ViceGrip. This time he manages to pinch the turtle on the snout, Sheldon’s eyes welling up trapped in the crustacean’s clamp. What will you do?

    Seaside City

    Rotom310: New to Whale Island’s capital city and raring for adventure, you find yourself in the lobby of a highroller hotel – nestled in the centre of the big city’s financial district. Salazar wraps around your neck like a boa scarf, hissing contently in the tropical atmosphere. Ready as you’ll ever be you push through a set of revolving doors, the tranquil lobby music quickly substituted by the racket of a bustling city! Yellow cabs speed past, carelessly spraying puddles at your feet – everyone had somewhere to be with the local commuters chaotically shoving past. Wingull swoop overhead, perching on skyscraper ledges whilst a pack of Poochyena scamper down the street with the catch of the day. It was rush hour and there was no end to the goings-on of the big city. You trip back, edging towards the hotel steps with no clear sense of direction. The bellhop dashes to your attention, you must’ve stuck out like a sore thumb amongst the business folk hurrying down the busy main street.

    “Y’know, there are two ways to get around here. The Open-top Bus is a carefree way to see the sights from above, whilst the Subway will get you from A to B in no time. Just be wary of the underground battling circuit and any electric types that live under there...” Caught between two modes of transport, what will you do?

    The Caverns

    Celebii: Perhaps you were too noisy on your entry or maybe you’d just come at a bad time, but regardless a flock of Zubat and Golbat were haphazardly swooping past your head leaving you a little ruffled. One decides to hang on though, leaving you with some trouble if you wanted to venture further into the dark tunnel. Despite holding a large evolutionary advantage, you decide to pit Aron against the bat – his typing trumping Golbat’s in every possible way. You volley a set of orders toward the metal creature who springs into action, albeit disorientated slightly by the screeching. Making use of its impressive speed, Golbat is first up as it swoops down and tries Biting down hard on Aron. You can only watch in triumph as the rodent flutters rearward in pain – no doubt chipping a fang on the Pokémon’s diamond-hard carapace. Aron grins as he paws against the ground with one foot, his body flickering up as he runs into a Flame Charge. Whilst doing so the pitch-black cave lights up, giving you enough time to spot several unburnt torches loosely fastened to the walls. You’d have to remember to pick one up after the battle. Leaping through the air in a gulf of flames, Aron makes his mark, smacking Golbat back for another nice hit. The bat is anxious to retaliate, instead sending a Supersonic echo down the cave. Aron tries tackling the source of the noise Head on, only managing to waywardly butt into some nearby Rocks in his stupor. What will you do?

    Kakatua Lagoon

    Balmund: With two lovebirds among your motley crew you find yourself attracted to the paradise known as Kakatua – a hotspot for lovers around these parts. Nestled in the cliffs of a large forest opening, the warm lagoon offers the perfect amount of privacy. That would be, if you weren’t tagging along in plain sight. This doesn’t matter too much though as Sothe and Orcharist quickly regress to fighting, the Sceptile thumping his chest to instill dominance whilst Seviper retaliates with a glare that could stun a full-grown Tauros. Some things never change, and before you can split the pair up a loud caw breaks through the air. Suddenly you spot a pair of Flygon swoop overhead, twirling over the treetops as they dip over the cliffs and out of sight. You can’t help but wonder if love was contagious around these parts but as quickly as the Flygon were gone your ears prick up to the sound of a banjo. You spot a kayak creeping out from the trees. There was a bearded man with shaggy hair, his eyes concealed by circular shades as he strums nonchalantly on his instrument. Just behind was a pretty woman blowing the flute with pink flowers in her hair. At the rear of the boat was a large man who looked somewhat like a personified Snorlax, cheerily drumming a pair of bongos. All three were dressed in tie-die tunics.

    ♫ Don’t fall in love with the travelling girl,
    She’ll leave you broken- broken hearted ♫


    “Hey river people!” the hippie exclaims, “We’re travelling nomads. For the right amount of coins we’ll play you the song about the legend of Kakatua Lagoon~” Odd, but maybe there was more to the carefree bunch than met the eye. What will you do?

    The Ghostly Galleon

    UNowenwasme?: “Mana!” The Pokémon chirps, showering half a dozen apple-sized Energy Balls into the clear water. You watch as some of the bubbles splash against the oblivious school of Magikarp, flaring in a pretty show of green fireworks on impact. Eager to participate, you hold out your hand as Manaphy starts pitching some of the balls your way – allowing you scarce time to volley them downwards. It’s not long before you get the hang of this game, managing to hit a few Barboach who sneer grumpily in return. Whilst you’re not quite a natural as the seafaring Pokémon, you find yourself having fun all the same. Time starts to fly by, and you’re too busy playing the unusual sport to notice dark clouds peaking up the night’s sky. Gene’s surveillance heightens as he picks up on the change in weather – odd drips of rain drumming against his metal hide. It takes a loud clap of thunder to get your attention, the noise throwing off Manaphy’s aim and causing the fish to scuttle away in panic. It looked like a good time to swim back to shore, but the waves start to pick up in size, casting you out further out. With a flash of lightning Manaphy clings to your side in fear.

    This is more than enough to spur Gene into action, the robotic Pokémon hovering toward you at maximum speed. The waves quickly become treacherous, crashing violently and pulling you under. You can’t help wondering if this was triggered by nearby seismic activity, but survival quickly becomes the only thing on your mind as you find yourself caught in a massive tidal wave! Manaphy is much lighter, jetting up to the arc of the wave. You reach out to grab it but the wave quickly collapses on itself, bubbles streaming from your mouth as you start to lose consciousness. The last thing you see amongst the pitch black water is sea angel – fading away into the distance as you rapidly sink downward. Barely conscious, you feel Metang’s cold arms rub against your back as he catches you in his arms – lugging you onto his body as he rises back to the surface...

    ... Your eyes narrowly peak open, the sun causing you to squint and cover your face. There was no telling how long you’d been out for, but your lips were cracked and your throat incredibly parched. Gene acknowledges you, sensing a change in your neuropatterns, but you were more concerned about Manaphy. It was nowhere to be seen, surely it would’ve helped protect you... thoughts are quickly drawn back to survival; there was no coastline in any direction, just gentle waves and a small black dot on the horizon. You must’ve been cast far further offshore than you expected. The black dot draws closer and you’re quickly able to make out that it’s an old wood vessel. Any speculation as to what kind of vessel is quickly cleared as you spot a Duskull Cross & Bones on its mast and a striking Jynx carved into its bow. It was the Ghostly Galleon! The ship unfurrows its black sails as it parks a good eyes distance from you. Before you can get a good look at anyone on board, you here a hardy bellow emanating from the main deck.

    “An enemy boat be sailing on our port bow! Fire da cannonballs!” As quickly as the voice cuts off you spot a platoon of cannons roll down the deck, the band of pirates loading them up with Voltorb! What will you do?

    Crater Lake

    Itzatrap: With time running out you take charge and hatch a plan of action. You hastily dress down to your shorts ready to go in there and rescue the camel Pokémon yourself – leaving Chimchar in charge of the diversion and the redhead in charge of the rescuing.“I can do you one better than that, Torkoal go!” the adolescent chucks a Pokéball into the air, midway revealing a fiery tortoise Pokémon that plods onto the rocky water bank with a thick of smoke. The teen then fastens the rope around the tortoise’s neck, signalling you to go with a reassuring thumbs up. Nodding in return, you nervously hold your last breath and nosedive into the pool. With a splash you’re quickly submerged in the surprisingly warm water, bubbles running from your nose as you get a lock on the three Pokémon. Carvahna quickly clocks onto your presence too, you’d make a tastier meal than the sea turtle would, that’s for sure. As it shoots up new face catches its eye, a simian Pokémon pulling funny faces and Taunting the piranha to come and get him.

    It becomes clear the fish’s ego is far bigger than its appetite as it quickly switches direction, leaving yourself, Shell and the Numel free from interruption. With time running short you quickly hand signal you want Shell to Smash the Rock. The snapping turtle nods as he tucks his arms in, lowing his head and swimming toward the boulder at breakneck pace. The rock breaks away in a thick of dust, the comatose Numel now drifting free. Squirtle anchors himself around the baby camel, allowing you to speed to the surface gasping for air. The redheaded girl quickly orders her Torkoal to pull - the fire-type puffing smoke as he marches away from the pond. Sighing with relief, you turn your head only to discover this dilemma was far from finished – Chimchar spinning around frantically with Carvahna latched onto his skull. The girl rushes to Numel as soon as it reaches the surface, “You help out your Chimchar, and I’ll take care of resuscitating Numel!”
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    Trainer Andy: Whilst you’d effectively managed to unlatch the playful Corphish, it hadn’t come without a toll as the lobster sets his sights on Sheldon. With bubble splashes all over the snapping turtle’s face, he shake his head angrily and starts pawing the sand again. Luckily he had help on his side - Rage was written all over your face, and evidently your backside. Shooting off a set of orders you watch with a sense of satisfaction as Turtwig swings into action. The grass type starts out on the defensive with a Withdraw - tucking his limbs into the sturdy carapace. Corphish hardily scuttles forward, raising one claw as he attempts to lock the turtle in another ViceGrip, however Sheldons earthy hide protects him from damage. With the crab in point-blank range Sheldon switches to the offensive, leaping out of his shell and butting Corphish with another Tackle. The attack sends the crustacean tumbling back, but it’s as stubborn as he is mischievous as it darts in for another ViceGrip. This time he manages to pinch the turtle on the snout, Sheldon’s eyes welling up trapped in the crustacean’s clamp. What will you do?


    Andy winced as he saw the crustacean clamp it's pincers into Sheldon's snout, listening to his Pokemon's cry of pain. This Corphish was really pushing his luck now.

    "Right, that does it!" Andy shouted, springing to his feet, ignoring the pain still throbbing in his behind.
    He balled his hands into fists and locked onto the Corphish with a steely glare, fighting the urge to rush in and start attacking the opponent Pokemon himself.

    "I don't know what your problem is, attacking people who just came here to rest and relax." Andy found that he surprised himself with the rage bubbling in his voice, "I could have forgiven you for pinching me, but hurting Sheldon is just crossing the line!"

    Andy dug his fingernails into his palms and kicked at the sand in frustration.

    "That's it..." Andy thought to himself suddenly, "the sand!"

    With the natural electrical current running through it, Andy desperately hoped it would have some kind of effect on the Water-type Pokemon.

    "Sheldon, Withdraw and pull Corphish's pincer into your shell so it can't escape, then use Earth Power!"

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    Son of Shadows: Just a note: whilst I’ve set up some potential captures, try and play along rather than going in guns a’ blazing attacking the park’s Pokémon :P

    Whilst Team Aqua’s presence at the family park sends alarm bells ringing in your head, you decide to ignore their ‘peaceful’ protest and make your way to one of the wildlife exhibits. The big show starts in an hour so you had no time to waste! You wander off the mainstreet and toward the west wing of the park, and after a quick stroll you find yourself outside of a large enclosure coloured with painted with bubbles and Mantine. The queue for this attraction goes fairly quickly as you pass through the gates. Just ahead is a makeshift ocean edged by beachy sand and a few sharp rocks. A Mantine speeds past the bay, waves of white foam soaking yourself and Aegis – the turtle snapping in content. You spot several youngsters riding on the back of Mantyke supervised by the park trainers, with teens such as yourself sailing with the larger and faster schools of Mantine who seemed to enjoy the attention. It looked as though there was a wait if Aegis wanted to ride a Mantyke, whilst there were one or two Mantine circling the pool free to ride. Before you can make a choice you spot something shudder loose from the sandy seabed – it was a Stunfisk! The muddy electric ray slides towards one of the trainers for its lunch; it was the perfect size for you or Aegis to ride. What will you do?


    (Gotcha, I'll avoid the Leeroy Jenkins approach... For now...)

    "Well, here we are, amigo. Ready to swim with the big boys?"

    "Squirtle squirt!" chirped Aegis, as the first wave of white foam cascaded over them, drenching the pair. Joshua spat a jet of water, and took off his hoodie to wring it out.

    "Brilliant," he said, as the Squirtle began to chuckle at him from the ground beside him. He was almost tempted to kick the turtle Pokémon over. Almost. Joshua surveyed the bay, trying to see what the two could do. They could swim with the Mantyke, who seemed popular with the kids, or the Mantine who seemed more suited to people Joshua's age. Aegis was looking at the Mantyke, but with the queue... "No, I think we'd better give the Mantyke a miss. Sorry buddy, but we're on a schedule. Ooh, hello, now what's THAT?" asked Joshua, as perhaps the derpiest Pokémon he'd ever seen began to move about on the seabed. He recognised it as a Stunfisk, a Pokémon with a unique Ground and Electric typing... And small enough that it could compare with a Mantyke. Joshua grinned, getting an idea.

    "Let's ride the Stunfisk Aegis, but be careful! It's an Electric type, so it could easily give you a shock... Still, it seems pretty docile, so I don't see why it would."
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    Kakatua Lagoon

    Balmund: With two lovebirds among your motley crew you find yourself attracted to the paradise known as Kakatua – a hotspot for lovers around these parts. Nestled in the cliffs of a large forest opening, the warm lagoon offers the perfect amount of privacy. That would be, if you weren’t tagging along in plain sight. This doesn’t matter too much though as Sothe and Orcharist quickly regress to fighting, the Sceptile thumping his chest to instill dominance whilst Seviper retaliates with a glare that could stun a full-grown Tauros. Some things never change, and before you can split the pair up a loud caw breaks through the air. Suddenly you spot a pair of Flygon swoop overhead, twirling over the treetops as they dip over the cliffs and out of sight. You can’t help but wonder if love was contagious around these parts but as quickly as the Flygon were gone your ears prick up to the sound of a banjo. You spot a kayak creeping out from the trees. There was a bearded man with shaggy hair, his eyes concealed by circular shades as he strums nonchalantly on his instrument. Just behind was a pretty woman blowing the flute with pink flowers in her hair. At the rear of the boat was a large man who looked somewhat like a personified Snorlax, cheerily drumming a pair of bongos. All three were dressed in tie-die tunics.

    ♫ Don’t fall in love with the travelling girl,
    She’ll leave you broken- broken hearted ♫


    “Hey river people!” the hippie exclaims, “We’re travelling nomads. For the right amount of coins we’ll play you the song about the legend of Kakatua Lagoon~” Odd, but maybe there was more to the carefree bunch than met the eye. What will you do?
    The sight of the lovey-dovey couple of Flygon gracefully flying and twirling from treetop to treetop overhead was quite a contrast to the scene he had before him. It was a thing of beauty for Balmund seeing the ritualistic love-dance of dragons, and he only hoped that Sothe and Christ would get along that well, or at least more often than they already did. At least the sight of them managed to distract the couple from one another, if only for a while. Sooner than they could get back at each other though they all start hearing the folkloric sound a banjo, Balmund spotting its source as he sees a kayak creeping out from the trees, a trio of life-loving hippies casually playing their instruments on top of it. There was a bearded man with long hair that lead with his banjo; a pretty woman with pink flowers on her hair who blew the flute; and a large, lax man who cheerfully drummed the bongos. Certainly an odd crowd, but they looked like a fun and chillax group. Just what Balmund needed, and when they offered to sing about the legend of Kakatua Lagoon he just could not refuse the offer. His Pokémon enjoyed music too for the most part, and this would be a good time to set the appropriate mood.

    "Why I think I would give you more than just coins if you'd all sing for us, brother!" Balmund replied with a smile. "Please do, and while were at it I might as well share some snacks, eh?" he wrapped up. Chris had already slithered by his side, anxiously awaiting the private event, while Sothe only stayed a few steps back, raising an sceptical eyebrow in anticipation. Balmund was sure whatever they did, it surely was gonna be full of gas, baby!
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    The Ghostly Galleon

    UNowenwasme?: “Mana!” The Pokémon chirps, showering half a dozen apple-sized Energy Balls into the clear water. You watch as some of the bubbles splash against the oblivious school of Magikarp, flaring in a pretty show of green fireworks on impact. Eager to participate, you hold out your hand as Manaphy starts pitching some of the balls your way – allowing you scarce time to volley them downwards. It’s not long before you get the hang of this game, managing to hit a few Barboach who sneer grumpily in return. Whilst you’re not quite a natural as the seafaring Pokémon, you find yourself having fun all the same. Time starts to fly by, and you’re too busy playing the unusual sport to notice dark clouds peaking up the night’s sky. Gene’s surveillance heightens as he picks up on the change in weather – odd drips of rain drumming against his metal hide. It takes a loud clap of thunder to get your attention, the noise throwing off Manaphy’s aim and causing the fish to scuttle away in panic. It looked like a good time to swim back to shore, but the waves start to pick up in size, casting you out further out. With a flash of lightning Manaphy clings to your side in fear.

    This is more than enough to spur Gene into action, the robotic Pokémon hovering toward you at maximum speed. The waves quickly become treacherous, crashing violently and pulling you under. You can’t help wondering if this was triggered by nearby seismic activity, but survival quickly becomes the only thing on your mind as you find yourself caught in a massive tidal wave! Manaphy is much lighter, jetting up to the arc of the wave. You reach out to grab it but the wave quickly collapses on itself, bubbles streaming from your mouth as you start to lose consciousness. The last thing you see amongst the pitch black water is sea angel – fading away into the distance as you rapidly sink downward. Barely conscious, you feel Metang’s cold arms rub against your back as he catches you in his arms – lugging you onto his body as he rises back to the surface...

    ... Your eyes narrowly peak open, the sun causing you to squint and cover your face. There was no telling how long you’d been out for, but your lips were cracked and your throat incredibly parched. Gene acknowledges you, sensing a change in your neuropatterns, but you were more concerned about Manaphy. It was nowhere to be seen, surely it would’ve helped protect you... thoughts are quickly drawn back to survival; there was no coastline in any direction, just gentle waves and a small black dot on the horizon. You must’ve been cast far further offshore than you expected. The black dot draws closer and you’re quickly able to make out that it’s an old wood vessel. Any speculation as to what kind of vessel is quickly cleared as you spot a Duskull Cross & Bones on its mast and a striking Jynx carved into its bow. It was the Ghostly Galleon! The ship unfurrows its black sails as it parks a good eyes distance from you. Before you can get a good look at anyone on board, you here a hardy bellow emanating from the main deck.

    “An enemy boat be sailing on our port bow! Fire da cannonballs!” As quickly as the voice cuts off you spot a platoon of cannons roll down the deck, the band of pirates loading them up with Voltorb! What will you do?
    Manaphy sent Jayce some of the energy balls. It felt weird to volley them downward. There's a reason human beings don't have "attacks". He continued volleying them downwards continuing to get better. He hit a few Barboach who, understandably, looked up annoyed at him. He couldn't blame them. He looked over at Manaphy who was doing great with made up sport and literally blew Jayce's skills out of the water. Jayce continued along with Manaphy and time flew by. It was really enjoyable. Then a loud clap of thunder got Jayce's attention. He noticed that it was raining as well. A storm must have started without him noticing. *Man I was really into that game.* He thought to himself. Manaphy noticed the same thing and the waves began to grow in size and strength. A bolt of lightning made Manaphy cling to Jayce's side. Jayce was attempting to swim back to shore but the waves were fierce and too much for him to handle. As they crashed over him they began to pull him under. Jayce was wondering what could have caused this so suddenly, but he disregarded the thought. He needed to get up. He needed to survive. He swam up able to reach the surface, only to be caught in a massive tidal wave! Manaphy was much lighter and quickly headed to the arc of the wave. Jayce reached for Manaphy and called out but there was too much noise for Manaphy to hear. He missed and Manaphy went to the arc of the wave as it crashed down. Bubbles flew out of Jayce's mouth and he began losing consciousness. *Manaphy... Help... No use... The water... It's so dark... Manaphy... fading away... can't see... No...* Jayce awoke having to squint from the sun...
    **********
    Gene was absentmindedly drawing on the sand. It was drawing using one point of it's claw. *Never thought I'd have the time to do something like this.* It was drawing Jayce's face with as much detail possible. Gene had a photographic memory so it was easy enough to see the details of his face, another thing to draw it. The lines of his face were starting to look more like Jayce and Gene was content. Of course at the same time it was watching Jayce play. It went on for a long time. Gene noticed the weather change and heightened his surveillance paying attention to only Jayce. Jayce didn't seem to notice the dark clouds until a loud clap of thunder snapped him out of it. Gene noticed the waves were also getting treacherous and it decided that this was enough to warrant going out and retrieving Jayce. Jayce was trying but Gene knew that it was impossible for him to make it back alone. Then gene saw the tidal wave. It hurried as fast as it could but not fast enough to save Jayce from being pushed underneath it and sinking. Gene didn't care if it would rust, it went under the water and grabbed Jayce then hurried back up to the surface. It couldn't see land anywhere and it noticed that the sun was beginning to rise.
    **********
    Jayce had no idea how long he'd been out for. His throat was parched and his lips were cracked. It was extremely hard to open his eyes. Gene acknowledged that Jayce was awake and made a metallic sound, but Jayce understood it. (You're awake.) Jayce had just realized that he was sitting upon Gene. "Yes I am... Wait a minute you said something to me...I feel like I should be more shocked but...wait where's Manaphy?" He looked around and Manaphy was not in the water. *Why couldn't Manaphy help me out of the water? I almost drowned...I'm glad Gene was watching us...* Then he realized he was in the middle of a body of water. He looked around and saw no shorelines anywhere. The waves had calmed down but he did notice a black dot in the distance. He realized how far out he must be if he couldn't see any shorelines. He began to wonder what the black dot was when he saw that it was bigger than before. As it approached he realized it was a wooden ship and then realized it was much more than just a wooden ship. The Duskull Cross & Bones, and the Jynx on it's bow. He knew what it was. The Ghostly Galleon...In the middle of the day? He thought it was a legend that appeared at night. Either way the sails came down and before Jayce could see anyone on the ship. He heard someone yell out, "An enemy boat be sailing on our port bow! Fire da cannonballs!” Jayce knew it must be him and Gene and saw the cannons roll along. He came up with a plan on the spot fast. "Alright Gene, create a Light Screen because if anything explodes we don't want to be hit by the explosion. Then fly towards the ship and fire off a shadow ball to the left of the ship to distract them. If there's a way in to the ship take it. If not fire off a shadow ball on the right side and look for a way in on the left. If again you don't see anything let's try and make our way in with a Take Down. Remember there's something special about this ship so be careful." Gene was surprised. In the face of a crisis Jayce did not falter. Jayce grabbed on to Gene's front horn. *This might be a wild ride...*


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    Dark Searchman: With the battle underway you find yourself struggling to leave any lasting damage with the Exeggutor a difficult matchup for a juvenile psychic type. Ralts had managed to wreak confusion on the towering palm tree, but it would take more than luck to win this battle. You block out the circle of spectators – focusing on the skirmish ahead as you shoot off a more offensive chain of orders. Having barely evaded being squashed, the Ralt’s mindset quickly switches to an offensive red. With Exeggutor still stumbling on one foot in its stupor, the small Psychic decides to up the temperature a few degrees, spitting out a burst of flames around the foe’s feet. The palm tree shrieks in pain as the attack Incinerates up its body. The flames quickly subside leaving it looking slightly charged, each coconut sporting a nasty grimace. Exeggutor is quick on the rebuttal as it spits out a flurry of Seed Bombs, one of the stronger attacks in its arsenal that sends Ralts flying. The emotion Pokémon hops back to its feet, Growling in hopes of scaring its foe. This works about as well as it did last time, as the palm tree Stomps the Pokémon into the sand managing to pin her down. Whilst still in the green, Ralts is unable to budge under the weight of Exeggutor’s foot... What will you do?
    Hyrem could feel the red color given off by Ralts as she spit flames aimed at Incinerating Exeggutor's feet. Now they were getting somewhere! Exeggutor hated being caught by that fiery attack, and it wanted to let this pair of wannabes know who was the stronger Pokemon around this beach. So it started spitting Seed Bombs at Ralts, and Hyrem could see Ralts starting to take some damage. He and Ralts hoped they could lessen future damage even further by Ralts using Growl against Exeggutor, but it just didn't seem to work at all. This time, Exeggutor successfully Stomped Ralts into the sand.

    This is bad, Hyrem thought. Growl's not doing anything, and if we use Confusion... maybe we can get lucky and confuse the eggheads again, but I can't expect that to work twice. Then he realized... they can make Exeggutor really regret using Stomp! It was somewhat of a risk, and there was no telling how much energy Ralts had left for it, but they really had no other option.

    "Ralts, use Incinerate right on Exeggutor's foot! Then get back up and use Confusion to try to mess with their heads again! Once that's done, jump up and use Incinerate right in their faces! Just hang in there, Ralts, and we can beat it!"

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    Pengyzu:

    Happy to take part in the show, even if you were just behind the scenes, you gladly take Raine up on his offer snagging the Dive Ball. You decide to spend some time by the pool, stripping down to your swimwear and leaping right in. Kara nervously hovers over the water’s edge, timidly testing the water with her paw. Before she can make her mind up she slips and falls straight in! Luckily the water is fairly shallow throughout, down the deepest end which hosted three small waterslides. You look in awe at the pool littered with young swimmers, what a perfect spot to get Keiko used to human interaction! A flick of your wrist and the Dive Ball hurtles into the deeper end of the pool, Keiko bobbing on the surface like a beach ball. The baby whale looks around for its mother, nervously rowing toward you as you call it by name. It takes some coaxing to get him to trust you, but he’s still not sure about the other kids.

    “Hey, neat Pokémon! I’ve got two Pokémon too, fancy duking it out?” with that a youngster sporting a Psyduck inner-tube throws two Pokéballs in the air, cracking open in unison on the shallow surface. To the left, a Meinfoo rolls out of its Pokéball with a rolling kick, splashing into the water in a kung-fu stance. To the right, Wingull emerges from the water taking flight above of the shallow pool and squawking ardently. Looks like this was the type of easy battle you were looking for to break in the performing Wailmer. What will you do?
    The young man pockets the Dive Ball and decides to go for a swim. He goes inside the dressing room and changes into his swimwear. A nice black and blue shorty wetsuit that fits him nicely, considering his smaller than usual stature. He packs his clothes into his nice backpack. He exits the changing room with an unsure look on his face. He seems to be insecure about what he looks like, but nonetheless, he hurries over to the pool.

    "Cannonball!!!"

    He cannonballs into the pool teeming with little youngsters. The dive causes some water to splash out of the pool as the force forms waves around the impact site.

    "Come on in buddy! The water is fine!"

    The shivering Ralts leans down to test the water with his paw. As he leans however, he clumsily slips and falls right in.

    "That's so cute! Haha! Hmm... it would seem unfair for my other Pokemon to be left out."

    He takes out two of the Pokeballs inside his waterproof pouch, one of which is a Dive Ball. He tosses these upwards as a bright red lightning bolt pops out of them. Rey catches the two balls and smiles at the newcomers. Wailmer bobs out of the water near the deep end, while Bagon appears playing around in the water. The Wailmer looks really worried and seems to be in distress. He looks for his mother frantically, leaving Rey and Kara concerned.

    "Keiko! Over here!"

    The Wailmer rushes over to the boy with a look of hope.

    "Hey there. Please stay calm. I was assigned by Mr. Raine to take care of you and shape you up for tonight's show. Your mom is okay, and so are you. I'll take care of you okay? I just want you to have a good time!"

    The Wailmer nods, still having doubts, but eventually warms up to the idea and cuddles Rey. The four play around in the water for some time. Keiko warming up really fast but still afraid of the other children.

    “Hey, neat Pokémon! I’ve got two Pokémon too, fancy duking it out?” The boy throws two Pokeballs the open in unison, making two Pokemon appear and dive in the fun.

    "Uh... sure I guess. I'm a new trainer though and I don't think any of my Pokemon are good for matches but I guess this would be part of the experience. Besides... Mr. Raine would probably want Keiko to partake in it."

    "You mean... THE Raine? The Raine that owns this park? The one that's the star of the Wet'n'wild Show?!"

    "Well... yeah! And this is Keiko, the new baby Wailmer!"

    "Neat! So, let's get this fight going?"

    "Sure I guess. How about you Kara, you up for it?"

    Kara relays a message of approval telepathically to Rey. "Game on!"

    "Okay then! Let's start things off with the moves you guys know, probably not much. Kara, Growl at your enemies and assault Mienfoo with a Shadow Sneak. As for you Keiko... I'm not really sure, what you can do... So ummm... you should know Body Slam from such big whales, so do that on Mienfoo, if not, Splash water on Mienfoo as Shadow Sneak ends... follow up with a Water Gun at Wingull."

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    Celebii: Perhaps you were too noisy on your entry or maybe you’d just come at a bad time, but regardless a flock of Zubat and Golbat were haphazardly swooping past your head leaving you a little ruffled. One decides to hang on though, leaving you with some trouble if you wanted to venture further into the dark tunnel. Despite holding a large evolutionary advantage, you decide to pit Aron against the bat – his typing trumping Golbat’s in every possible way. You volley a set of orders toward the metal creature who springs into action, albeit disorientated slightly by the screeching. Making use of its impressive speed, Golbat is first up as it swoops down and tries Biting down hard on Aron. You can only watch in triumph as the rodent flutters rearward in pain – no doubt chipping a fang on the Pokémon’s diamond-hard carapace. Aron grins as he paws against the ground with one foot, his body flickering up as he runs into a Flame Charge. Whilst doing so the pitch-black cave lights up, giving you enough time to spot several unburnt torches loosely fastened to the walls. You’d have to remember to pick one up after the battle. Leaping through the air in a gulf of flames, Aron makes his mark, smacking Golbat back for another nice hit. The bat is anxious to retaliate, instead sending a Supersonic echo down the cave. Aron tries tackling the source of the noise Head on, only managing to waywardly butt into some nearby Rocks in his stupor. What will you do?
    This battle was intense already, neither side was letting up. The Golbat had managed to land a Supersonic attack on Larry, leaving him confused. Cele called out to Larry, while searching his Berry Pouch. Pulling out a dark green Lum Berry from it, he tosses it where he thinks Larry is, telling him to eat the berry, a command he is sure Larry will follow, confused or not. "Larry!" he yells desperately. "Eat the Lum Berry, then boost your attack power with Swords Dance. Pin the Golbat to the ground with Aerial Ace, then try another Head Smash!" Cele ordered, hoping that Larry had heard all of that.
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    Pengyzu: Just a fair warning that since you made up half of that youngster's dialogue you were self-updating :d

    “Okay Meinfoo, Fake Out on Ralts then follow up with a Double Slap! Wingull, use Growl then strike that Wailmer with a Quick Attack!” As quickly as the two orders are volleyed the battle gets underway. Kids make their way down the waterslides as a small crowd forms around the pool, the Wailmer calf not used to so much attention. With that, Ralts goes for the round’s opener by inhaling. Before he can exhale however he’s quickly cut off by the Meinfoo who dashes forward at lightning speed – Faking left as he knocks the air Out of the emotion Pokémon’s windpipes with a weak strike. Right on queue the Wingull steals Kara’s thunder with a Growl of its own, the ear-splitting squawk echoing down the arena. Keiko is moreso intimidated than his partner though, too shy to follow his orders right now. This leaves things up to Kara who dashes in with a Shadow Sneak, disappearing from view before striking the mustelid up close for a light hit. With the distance closed it’s an opportune chance for Meinfoo to counter as he Slaps Ralts in the face, then once more on the other cheek for Double the effect. Wingull on the other hand swoops forward at breakneck speed with poor Keiko on its sights. The Wailmer shuts its eyes tight as it nervously fires off a Water Gun, the pressurised blast smacking the gull and pushing it back to the other side of the pool before it can hit! Keiko opens its eyes, somewhat more confident in his abilities. The kid points ahead, “Don’t count us out yet! Both strike with a Quick Attack, then attack Meinfoo take Ralts with a Pound whilst Wingull uses Wing Attack on Wailmer!”

    Son of Shadows: Rather than waiting in the queue for a Mantyke or taking a turn on one of the Mantine, you go for the wildcard and let Aegis ride the mysterious Stunfisk. Based on typing alone this could end very badly. You approach the flatfish, currently nibbling on some fishy flakes, with Aegis in tow. It doesn’t take much else but a glance from the starry-eyed Squirtle for Stunfisk to realise it’s sea faring time. The ray’s eyes well up with excitement, kids were usually too scared to ride on his back. The second Aegis mounts the dab he quickly flounders into action. You watch ahead with a somewhat nervous smile as the Pokémon flaps its fins to push forward at snails pace – Aegis enjoying himself all the same. It felt good to help out the poor Stunfisk too, the fish sporting a wide-eyed grin as though he’d never been ridden before. The two break through to the surface in a spray of water, Aegis chirping much to your content. However things quickly take a turn for the worst as a teenager on a Mantine narrowly skims past the Stunfisk, cockily ordering it to spray water in its face with its fin. The teen lets lose a nasty taunt toward the derpy Pokémon – tears trickling down the dab’s face with Squirtle wondering why the ride stopped. Things go from bad to disaster in a split second though as Stunfisk lynches off a Thunderbolt the Mantine’s way, not only frying the manta but the trainer too! The Mantine is knocked out clean by the super effective attack, the trainer flying on as he crashes into the beach head-first. Stunfisk squawks angrily, bucking and sparking with Aegis holding on for his life. What will you do?

    Ampere Beach

    Dark Searchman: Whilst you were putting up a good fight, the Exeggutor’s evolutionary advantage was showing. Ralts was pinned on her back by two-hundred pounds of lumber which looked about ready to finish her off. Some of the smaller kids panic and run to their parents whilst the older ones cheer on much to your chagrin. Quickly hatching a plan of action, the next round gets underway. Exeggutor snorts as he puts more weight on the tiny foe, Ralts clenching through it as she fires off another Incenerate. The burns quickly rush from the underside of the Pokémon’s club foot up its trunk causing it to hop and scream in pain – Ralts quickly hopping to her feet. Ralts follows up hastily with another Confusion, throwing off a weak telekinetic force the palm tree’s way. Before it can land however Exeggutor matches with its own Confusion, the two rays meeting half way in a desperate mind struggle. The larger plant is able to win the playoff though as Ralts goes flailing back like a rag doll. The three coconuts chuckle as he bounds forward, hocking up another volley of Seed Bombs. The grass explosives detonate up the sand, several smacking into the emotion Pokémon. Stumbling to her feet, Ralts finishes the round with a flurry of flames – Incinerating the Exeggutor for another solid hit. Batting away the flames with its palms, the Exeggutor looks a little worse for wear with his waist charred black. It wouldn’t be too hard to take down, but you’d need to watch your guard with the size difference really taking its toll on the tiny Ralts.

    Trainer Andy: It takes an attack on your starter to really set you off - and although wild Corphish were known for their hardy and territorial behaviour and Turtwig was the one who provoked it - you look about ready to fish the lobster off to the nearest five star seafood restaurant. The crawdad wouldn’t go down easily though, Sheldon wincing as it pinched tight onto his snout with no sign of letting go. Your toes tingle in the sand as you brainstorm a plan of action - that was just it! The sand was pulsing with small currents of electricity, bearing that in mind you hatch a plan to turn the battle around. With orders shot Sheldon is quick into action, Withdrawing into his shell and taking Corphish’s claw with it. The crab tries retracting his pincer but it’s stuck in Sheldon’s carapace! The Crab’s free hand starts to glow as he Hammers the shell franticly, causing a nice bit of damage to the Turtwig who stays hunkered down. Sheldon tails off the combination by pumping energy into the Earth, causing a Powerful upshot of sand to strike the lobster sending it loose and stumbling rearward. Whilst looking slightly worse for wear, the crawdad stubbornly fires a stream of Bubbles into the shell. Turtwig quickly pops out, his eyes stinging from the foam with his vision impaired. What will you do?

    The Caverns

    Celebii: Whilst Larry’s hide was as sturdy as ever, the opponent was fast and persistent and sure as heck didn’t want to make this an easy fight. With the Aron’s brain scrambled the ball was in your court. Not relying on chance you hastily rustle through your berry bag, brushing past clusters of bruised berries until you find a shiny Lum Berry. You toss the fruit forward, Aron pawing at it whilst the bat loudly flaps ahead. Swallowing the berry he finds his confusion lifted, eyes focusing back on the vampire bat that needed taking care of. Growing impatient the Golbat swoops forward whilst Larry spins into a Swords Dance. The Golbat’s Wings flap open and flash white as it dives in for Attack, sending the much smaller Pokémon bowling over with only a half-baked attack boost. This doesn’t phase the little monster who starts charging forward, streams of white arrowing from his body as he leaps into an Aerial Ace. Grabbing ahold of the Golbat his weight is enough to pin the bat down – although not for long it looks as the rodent starts Screeching in defence. Rather than cower away, Larry decides to tackle this problem head on, butting the Golbat with his Rock Head. The super effective damage does a massive number on the bat, who weakly stumbles back unable to quite get airborne just yet. It looks like Golbat is approaching danger zone, but with a big level gap it’ll take more than that to take it down. That and Larry is starting to look sluggish...

    Kakatua Lagoon

    Balmund: Eager to hear a groovy ballad about the lake you were currently waist deep in, you offer up some snacks to the odd hippie folk. “Is that a Roasted Ham?” chubby nomad utters, his head peaking curiously over the others – eyes welling up with excitement. The girl rolls her eyes. “Moku, we only eat Soy and Beans, remember?” Moku’s head droops back down in a mixture of disappointment and humiliation. The leader of the funky bunch grins, signalling the others as he starts to strum a melody on his banjo. The gentle oaf’s drumming comes into play, with the pretty girl’s flute rounding off the musical trifecta. It was very relaxing; you’d have to remember to pay them when you got a chance.

    ♫ She hid away, just out of touch.
    The men from up above, she didn’t like so much,
    With their gnarly nets, traps and hooks,
    And yellow submarines wherever she looks

    Floundering from the coast and into the sand,
    She found a lagoon, far in... Land?
    Free from nasty folk, apart from loving pairs
    She’ll steal away the men, into her watery laiiiiiir ♫


    The hippie starts strumming a wicked banjo solo as the other players stop. You find yourself obliged to clap whilst Orcharist and Sothe aren’t so polite. In spite of this, the trio bow sporting wide-eyed grins, “So that my friend, is the legend of Laguna Lake”

    “Uh, Chong, this is Kakatua Lagoon”, Moku remarks.

    “Oh right, yeah...” An awkward silence fills the air, part of you wondering what the heck the three of them were on, but the silence is quickly broken by a motion in the waters. Suddenly you spot a stream of thick bubbles rise up from the depths of the lagoon, bursting violently on the surface. This is enough to strike your Pokémon’s attention, whilst the travelling nomad’s eyes widen as they spin their heads in unison. “Oh man, it’s the mermaid from the song! We didn’t mean what we said!” The three duck into their kayak, cowering as the bubbles got louder. Maybe this was something you should check out...

    The Ghostly Galleon

    UNowenwasme?: Your encounter at twilight had been quickly cut short by a sudden lapse of stormy seas. The seafaring Pokémon had drifted away in your coma, and when you awoke there was no telling what’d happened whilst you were out of it. The dark ship cuts through the water like a sharp blade, decelerating on sight of a passerby. Without any warning you were under attack! Staring danger in the eye you keep your cool, quickly hatching a plan to overcome the pirates as they load their cannons full of gunpowder and Voltorb. With a loud blast the first battalion is off, a platoon of red-white cannonballs arching across the pale blue sky and all dipping down in your direction. Gene is quick into action, propping up a Light Screen to block any explosions. This doesn’t quite work to plan however, one of the Voltorb smashing into the pane of glass causing it to shatter away, fortunately ricocheting into the water with a mighty plop. The robot’s eyes widen as he naturally switches to evasive manoeuvres, hovering out of the way of as many bombs possible. This doesn’t keep up though, one of the Voltorb catching him on the side and Selfdestructing. You find yourself thrown off Gene just a few meters away, the smoke fading to reveal a ruffled but hardly damaged Metang mostly thanks to his diamond-hard skin. With the cannons unfilled, Gene takes the opportunity to fire off a Shadow Ball to draw attention away from you both. The attack splashes against the water, bursting in a ominous explosion, but this band of pirates weren’t born yesterday. “Fire another round of cannonballs!” Maybe it was time you fought back?
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    Itzatrap: With time running out you take charge and hatch a plan of action. You hastily dress down to your shorts ready to go in there and rescue the camel Pokémon yourself – leaving Chimchar in charge of the diversion and the redhead in charge of the rescuing.“I can do you one better than that, Torkoal go!” the adolescent chucks a Pokéball into the air, midway revealing a fiery tortoise Pokémon that plods onto the rocky water bank with a thick of smoke. The teen then fastens the rope around the tortoise’s neck, signalling you to go with a reassuring thumbs up. Nodding in return, you nervously hold your last breath and nosedive into the pool. With a splash you’re quickly submerged in the surprisingly warm water, bubbles running from your nose as you get a lock on the three Pokémon. Carvahna quickly clocks onto your presence too, you’d make a tastier meal than the sea turtle would, that’s for sure. As it shoots up new face catches its eye, a simian Pokémon pulling funny faces and Taunting the piranha to come and get him.*

    It becomes clear the fish’s ego is far bigger than its appetite as it quickly switches direction, leaving yourself, Shell and the Numel free from interruption. With time running short you quickly hand signal you want Shell to Smash the Rock. The snapping turtle nods as he tucks his arms in, lowing his head and swimming toward the boulder at breakneck pace. The rock breaks away in a thick of dust, the comatose Numel now drifting free. Squirtle anchors himself around the baby camel, allowing you to speed to the surface gasping for air. The redheaded girl quickly orders her Torkoal to pull - the fire-type puffing smoke as he marches away from the pond. Sighing with relief, you turn your head only to discover this dilemma was far from finished – Chimchar spinning around frantically with Carvahna latched onto his skull. The girl rushes to Numel as soon as it reaches the surface, “You help out your Chimchar, and I’ll take care of resuscitating Numel!”

    The Carvahna quickly realized who was the tastiest, and probably easiest as well, meal to devour. But not a moment too soon, the Carvahna became distracted and offended by Olli's Taunt. Without the carnivorous creature threatening to attack Shell, Numel or himself, Rob quickly signaled Shell to Rock Smash the rock trapping the Numel. With the rock obliterated, Shell grabbed onto the Numel as Rob resurfaced from what seemed like an eternity in the water.

    The young trainer took refreshing breaths of air as the redheaded girl ordered her fiery tortoise to pull. "Yes, we're doing it." Rob thought to himself only to turn and see the Carvahna attacking his fiery friend. Fear filled the young trainer as he saw his own friend in danger. “You help out your Chimchar, and I’ll take care of resuscitating Numel!” the girl said as she helped the Numel. "Shell," Rob started screaming, "you need to help Olli! Use Rock Smash on Carvahna right on it's head for it to let go of Olli! Follow it up with with hardest Tackle you can give it and then hit it with another Rock Smash!" Rob then quickly grabbed Olli's Pokeball To recall his companion at the first chance possible.
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    The Ghostly Galleon

    UNowenwasme?: Your encounter at twilight had been quickly cut short by a sudden lapse of stormy seas. The seafaring Pokémon had drifted away in your coma, and when you awoke there was no telling what’d happened whilst you were out of it. The dark ship cuts through the water like a sharp blade, decelerating on sight of a passerby. Without any warning you were under attack! Staring danger in the eye you keep your cool, quickly hatching a plan to overcome the pirates as they load their cannons full of gunpowder and Voltorb. With a loud blast the first battalion is off, a platoon of red-white cannonballs arching across the pale blue sky and all dipping down in your direction. Gene is quick into action, propping up a Light Screen to block any explosions. This doesn’t quite work to plan however, one of the Voltorb smashing into the pane of glass causing it to shatter away, fortunately ricocheting into the water with a mighty plop. The robot’s eyes widen as he naturally switches to evasive manoeuvres, hovering out of the way of as many bombs possible. This doesn’t keep up though, one of the Voltorb catching him on the side and Selfdestructing. You find yourself thrown off Gene just a few meters away, the smoke fading to reveal a ruffled but hardly damaged Metang mostly thanks to his diamond-hard skin. With the cannons unfilled, Gene takes the opportunity to fire off a Shadow Ball to draw attention away from you both. The attack splashes against the water, bursting in a ominous explosion, but this band of pirates weren’t born yesterday. “Fire another round of cannonballs!” Maybe it was time you fought back?
    Jayce was feeling confident as Gene set up his Light Screen. That confidence began to fade away as a Voltorb smashed it. Gene began swerving around trying to evade the bomb onslaught. It wasn't easy to hold on. One of the Voltorbs exploded at Gene's side. Gene took most of the blow but the explosion still sent Jayce flying off of Gene. Apparently explosions were painful. Who knew? Jayce floated at the top of the water and saw the smoke clear and sighed with relief that Gene wasn't really injured. Gene fired a Shadow Ball for a moment's reprieve. Jayce swam over to Gene and climbed up again. *There has to be something else we can do... Oh why didn't I think of this before? Now I feel stupid...* The Pirates were going to fire another round of cannonballs when Jayce told Gene, "Alright Fire as many Shadow Balls as you can at their cannons! If we get rid of those they won't be able to harm us unless they send Pokemon off of their ship." Gene acknowledged the order but first used Calm Mind to power up his Shadow Balls and any other Special attacks he may need to use.

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    Son of Shadows: Rather than waiting in the queue for a Mantyke or taking a turn on one of the Mantine, you go for the wildcard and let Aegis ride the mysterious Stunfisk. Based on typing alone this could end very badly. You approach the flatfish, currently nibbling on some fishy flakes, with Aegis in tow. It doesn’t take much else but a glance from the starry-eyed Squirtle for Stunfisk to realise it’s sea faring time. The ray’s eyes well up with excitement, kids were usually too scared to ride on his back. The second Aegis mounts the dab he quickly flounders into action. You watch ahead with a somewhat nervous smile as the Pokémon flaps its fins to push forward at snails pace – Aegis enjoying himself all the same. It felt good to help out the poor Stunfisk too, the fish sporting a wide-eyed grin as though he’d never been ridden before. The two break through to the surface in a spray of water, Aegis chirping much to your content. However things quickly take a turn for the worst as a teenager on a Mantine narrowly skims past the Stunfisk, cockily ordering it to spray water in its face with its fin. The teen lets lose a nasty taunt toward the derpy Pokémon – tears trickling down the dab’s face with Squirtle wondering why the ride stopped. Things go from bad to disaster in a split second though as Stunfisk lynches off a Thunderbolt the Mantine’s way, not only frying the manta but the trainer too! The Mantine is knocked out clean by the super effective attack, the trainer flying on as he crashes into the beach head-first. Stunfisk squawks angrily, bucking and sparking with Aegis holding on for his life. What will you do?


    Joshua could only watch, as the trainwreck in front of him unfolded. As some cocky teenager on a Mantine rode past, Aegis and Stunfisk were hit with the spray from the passing manta ray. Now. This should not have been such an offence. In Joshua's opinion, what happened next was a slight overreaction.

    BZZAP!

    Joshua's eyes widened, as Stunfisk unleashed a Thunderbolt on the boy and his Mantine (though Joshua's immediate concern was for Aegis, Stunfisk seemed to have used the attack without damaging him), knocking out the manta, which came to a complete stop. And the laws of physics kicked in, catapulting the fried teenager head-first onto the beach. Stunfisk itself began thrashing about, and it seemed Aegis would soon lose his grip on the dab. This... was probably only going to get worse. How could he calm Stunfisk and fix things here without getting himself ejected from the park? Perhaps Aegis could use Bubble? No, that would only make Stunfisk turn on him even more, and he was liable to shock him at any time... Capture the Stunfisk? Its stamina was probably too high, and if it was owned by the park, that would end up causing problems... Seemed like all he could do was...

    "HEY! Whoever's in charge here! My Pokémon's in trouble!" Granted, they were probably going to attend to the unconscious teen first... In that eventuality, Joshua prepared two Pokéballs - the first was Aegis' Premier Ball, the second was an empty Pokéball, just in case. He was a reasonable swimmer, so he could probably go out there and help Aegis...
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    Trainer Andy: It takes an attack on your starter to really set you off - and although wild Corphish were known for their hardy and territorial behaviour and Turtwig was the one who provoked it - you look about ready to fish the lobster off to the nearest five star seafood restaurant. The crawdad wouldn’t go down easily though, Sheldon wincing as it pinched tight onto his snout with no sign of letting go. Your toes tingle in the sand as you brainstorm a plan of action - that was just it! The sand was pulsing with small currents of electricity, bearing that in mind you hatch a plan to turn the battle around. With orders shot Sheldon is quick into action, Withdrawing into his shell and taking Corphish’s claw with it. The crab tries retracting his pincer but it’s stuck in Sheldon’s carapace! The Crab’s free hand starts to glow as he Hammers the shell franticly, causing a nice bit of damage to the Turtwig who stays hunkered down. Sheldon tails off the combination by pumping energy into the Earth, causing a Powerful upshot of sand to strike the lobster sending it loose and stumbling rearward. Whilst looking slightly worse for wear, the crawdad stubbornly fires a stream of Bubbles into the shell. Turtwig quickly pops out, his eyes stinging from the foam with his vision impaired. What will you do?


    Andy watched as the Corphish fired off another volley of Bubbles at his Turtwig, making it give a little yelp and pop out of its shell. Sheldon stumbled around slightly, trying to rub at its eyes with its stubby forelegs, that last attack obviously affecting his vision.

    The Corphish certainly looked like it took some damage from that last attack, but Sheldon really wasn't looking in too good a shape either. He cursed quietly, admitting to himself that he had been a little lax on Sheldon's training up to this point. He vowed that if they made it through this battle in one piece, he'd take it more seriously from now on.

    Andy gritted his teeth, trying to think of his next move. So far the Corphish had managed to hold it's own against its opponent, even with a type disadvantage, and at the moment even seemed to have to upper hand.

    "Ok Sheldon, we can't keep taking damage so start by using Wide Guard." Said Andy after some consideration. He hoped that using a defensive move first would give Sheldon's vision more time to clear. Although slightly steadier now, his Pokemon was still give the occasional uneasy stumble and Andy hoped he would be able to pull this off, "Then throw out a Razor Leaf or two. Whilst it's busy trying to dodge those, try get in close and use Body Slam!"

    All Andy could do now was watch, have faith in his Pokemon, and hope this worked.
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    Celebii: Whilst Larry’s hide was as sturdy as ever, the opponent was fast and persistent and sure as heck didn’t want to make this an easy fight. With the Aron’s brain scrambled the ball was in your court. Not relying on chance you hastily rustle through your berry bag, brushing past clusters of bruised berries until you find a shiny Lum Berry. You toss the fruit forward, Aron pawing at it whilst the bat loudly flaps ahead. Swallowing the berry he finds his confusion lifted, eyes focusing back on the vampire bat that needed taking care of. Growing impatient the Golbat swoops forward whilst Larry spins into a Swords Dance. The Golbat’s Wings flap open and flash white as it dives in for Attack, sending the much smaller Pokémon bowling over with only a half-baked attack boost. This doesn’t phase the little monster who starts charging forward, streams of white arrowing from his body as he leaps into an Aerial Ace. Grabbing ahold of the Golbat his weight is enough to pin the bat down – although not for long it looks as the rodent starts Screeching in defence. Rather than cower away, Larry decides to tackle this problem head on, butting the Golbat with his Rock Head. The super effective damage does a massive number on the bat, who weakly stumbles back unable to quite get airborne just yet. It looks like Golbat is approaching danger zone, but with a big level gap it’ll take more than that to take it down. That and Larry is starting to look sluggish...
    Larry was doing very well for his first battle, though Cele wished it didn't have to be against such a high levelled opponent. The Golbat had been stripped of its ability to fly temporarily, though Larry was looking worse for wear, his slow speed getting even slower. "I've got to think of a way to get a better advantage for some more time." Cele thought. "Larry is determined, and battling well, but this is sure a powerful Golbat we're facing. I only have one option..." Cele thought. "Larry, we've got the upper hand now! The Golbat can't fly anymore! When it begins its next move, Dig underground to dodge it. Come back underneath it with a Head Smash, then Flame Charge to boost your speed!" Cele ordered once again, hoping that the Golbat would soon be defeated.
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    Dark Searchman: Whilst you were putting up a good fight, the Exeggutor’s evolutionary advantage was showing. Ralts was pinned on her back by two-hundred pounds of lumber which looked about ready to finish her off. Some of the smaller kids panic and run to their parents whilst the older ones cheer on much to your chagrin. Quickly hatching a plan of action, the next round gets underway. Exeggutor snorts as he puts more weight on the tiny foe, Ralts clenching through it as she fires off another Incenerate. The burns quickly rush from the underside of the Pokémon’s club foot up its trunk causing it to hop and scream in pain – Ralts quickly hopping to her feet. Ralts follows up hastily with another Confusion, throwing off a weak telekinetic force the palm tree’s way. Before it can land however Exeggutor matches with its own Confusion, the two rays meeting half way in a desperate mind struggle. The larger plant is able to win the playoff though as Ralts goes flailing back like a rag doll. The three coconuts chuckle as he bounds forward, hocking up another volley of Seed Bombs. The grass explosives detonate up the sand, several smacking into the emotion Pokémon. Stumbling to her feet, Ralts finishes the round with a flurry of flames – Incinerating the Exeggutor for another solid hit. Batting away the flames with its palms, the Exeggutor looks a little worse for wear with his waist charred black. It wouldn’t be too hard to take down, but you’d need to watch your guard with the size difference really taking its toll on the tiny Ralts.
    This battle would be turning out great for Hyrem's Ralts... if only her opponent weren't six or seven times bigger than she was... and if she were dealing with a Pokemon in its basic form... and if the Pokemon wasn't better at using Psychic-type attacks than she was... Anyway, you get the idea.

    Exeggutor was relentless, putting more and more weight to its foot as Ralts sank into the sand. Fortunately, she was able to Incinerate the Coconut Pokemon's foot causing it to jump in pain. Now was her chance! She stood back up and used Confusion, hoping to catch Exeggutor with it while it was hopping in pain. Exeggutor saw it coming this time and used its own Confusion attack. The mind-bending attacks collided, but it was Exeggutor who was able to push it back and knock Ralts off her feet.

    "Darnit," Hyrem said to himself, "guess that means Confusion's totally useless too!" He was interrupted as Exeggutor used even more Seed Bombs on Ralts, and as they exploded, Hyrem called out, "Oh no, Ralts! Please be okay!" now starting to worry for his partner. When the smoke cleared, he could see Ralts get back up and even jump and Incinerate Exeggutor's waist.

    Hyrem was glad Ralts could still keep going, but he knew they were running out of options and fast. Sure Exeggutor was starting to look like it was actually taking damage, but he didn't need the grey color put into his mind to see that Ralts was exhausted. He knew he had to step in and help out his Pokemon; despite whatever displeasure the spectators may express, it was his responsibility as a Trainer and as a friend to ensure Ralts' well-being and to make sure they won this battle.

    So Hyrem ran over to Ralts' side and asked, "Are you alright?" She nodded between breaths. "Here, I'll heal you." As he applied the Potion, hoping Exeggutor didn't attack them in the process, he said, "Ralts, we've got no choice but to use your new powers, and it's going to take a lot of your energy, but we should be able to win this. A well placed Signal Beam on Exeggutor should be enough to knock it out, but first use Icy Wind to slow it down, then use Signal Beam; this way Exeggutor is less likely to do something to stop it. Let's do this!" He ran back out of the way and prayed the battle wouldn't take any longer than two rounds to finish.


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