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    ~Chapter Three: Confrontations~


    ~Regirock~


    Groudon glared down at me. Its size did not intimidate me. I held my arms behind my back, so Groudon could not see me raising rocks. I focused on the granite deep beneath the ground, and mainpulated them with waving gestures. I formed them into an iron-hard ball, adding new bits of stone whenever I sensed new material.

    Groudon let loose a second Hyper Beam. I stood erect, and let it flow over me. I thought by this time, Groudon should've realized that its Hyper Beam had no effect.

    As I gathered stones beneath the ground, I felt the beam's temperature rise. My eyes saw the golden yellow of the attack turn flaming red. I realized Groudon had mixed in a Fire Blast along with the beam. Fire Blast's inaccuracy would be no problem if it had a path to follow, as Grouodn must have realized. It hurt a bit, but I stood my ground, letting Groudon know I wasn't frightened. Groudon ended the jet and stared down at me.

    I looked around a little as well, and noticed a few scorch marks on my arms and torso, but otherwise, I looked and felt fine. Groudon noticed, and started another stream of fire. I peered through the jet, watching for any new attacks Groudon may have been planning. As though sensing my intentions, Groudon broadened the width of the ongoing fire attack. Now I couldn't see at all.

    Deep beneath me, I checked on the progress of the ball of granite. I reached around with my thoughts, and examined the ball mentally. It had reached Groudon's height, and was harder than one would think conceivable. Satisfied, I darted out of the flames. I raised my arms, and sent power streaming into them. They glowed a deep brown. I made a lifting motion, and allowed the power to access the sphere. The ground rumbled loudly as the ball rose through the lava sediment Groudon had laid down long ago.

    Groudon noticed the shaking, and moved forward quickly. Its claws glowed white, and it sliced through the still air, directly at my right arm. Busy raising the rock formation, I could not move. All of my eyes focused on the claws that cut toward my arm. After what seemed an eternity, Groudon made contact.

    Pain coursed through my body, and I shut my eyes. I focused my mental energy on numbing the excruciating pain. I let the rock where it was, and sent power forward to numb my arm. Seconds after, Groudon roared angrily. I opened my eyes, and saw a stream of yellowed light blasting into Groudon's midriff from my right arm socket. My arm had been disconnected!

    I looked down, and saw my arm lying on the ground, cracked and disconfigured. I stopped the flow of energy, realizing it was not harming, but merely agitating my foe. I looked at the ground, and saw a great grey surface beneath Groudon. The granite ball! Groudon had obviously not seen it.

    Forgetting my severed arm, I sent a tremendous force of energy into my remaining arm. I struggled to lift the hefty stone up, but with one arm, it was a huge task. The ground parted, and the stone flew up, lifting Groudon along with it. I did my best to keep the power in my arm, but it was retreating back into my brain. The ball flew into the air. At 70-some feet high, I stopped it, and rotated my arm.

    The ball followed the motion, and flipped itself over. Groudon fell off. It clawed at the bottom of the sphere, trying to keep a grip on it. It fell, though, and struck the ground hard. The soil shook beneath me. I kept my balance, and held the ball in midair. Suddenly, the energy ceased altogether, and flowed backward, back to my head. The rock fell quickly, the sheer density of it making it plummet faster than Groudon had. Groudon had just gotten up when the ball slammed on top of it.

    I heard no reaction, but knew that had not killed Groudon. I tensed all the parts of my body, and concentrated on sending back my internal energy into my arm. Finally, it soared through my torso and into my arm. I contacted the rock mentally, and connected its being to me. It pushed my arm to the left, pushing the rock as well. I struggled hard, contracting the giant sphere. I felt my power slipping away rapidly, refusing to be wasted upon this futile effort.

    I fought against the urge to give up, and pushed harder, trying to crush Groudon. Suddenly, my whole body pulsed, and I glowed a bloodred color. I screamed mentally, and flung my arm left. The rock squeezed itself into a pillar, and shattered. Groudon stood within, unharmed! Around it was a pale green shield. It shimmered as rock was propelled off its surface.

    Groudon let the field fade, and stomped forward. Drained of every last bit of strength, I fell to the ground. My stony back dug into the dead ground. The feel of soil, however dry, was comfort to the pain my right arm socket constantly sent through my body. Groudon looked down at me imperiously, gloating at its helpless victim. Groudon's left claws glowed once more.

    Knowing I was about to die, I lay still, unable to move or call my brothers for help. Groudon thrust its arm through the air, and its claws pentrated my body easily. Fleetingly, I felt its hot claws dig deep into my heart. As my sight faded, I felt everything around me freeze. Nothing moved. A great green glow was the last thing I saw before I died.



    ~Celebi~



    Forgetting my duties in freeing Kyogre's soldiers, I teleported to Groudon's loaction. As I floated through the wormhole, I froze time in its place. When I arrived, I saw Groudon standing over the dead Regirock, frozen in time. I knew that Regirock could defeat Groudon. It had simply failed this time. To completely defeat Groudon, it needed its brothers.

    First thing's first, I decided, and moved my eyes left. I watched the battle between Regirock and Groudon rewind. It was so interesting that I went ahead of myself. Regirock began to skate backwards up the hill.

    Oops, I thought, and shot my arm right. Regirock jetted forward. I stopped right as Regirock stood before Groudon. I scanned the ground for Vulpix's carcass. Using Psychic energy, I lifted it from the ground. It had been cut in two. Focusing my efforts upon it, I rewound its past. I watched its orange body mend itself. It dropped to the ground, and scampered backwards up the mountain. I followed it, and watched it suspend itself in midair. I knew that Regirock should have been holding it right then, as it was curled into a comfortable position. I kept reversing time, waiting for the right moment.

    I smiled and watched as Vulpix curled up into a ball. Egg fragments soared from the ground around it, and surrounded its tiny body. The Egg sat in midair for a moment, and then rewound to the spot where Registeel had laid before. It floated for a second, and then sloped diagonally into a patch of grass. I stopped it there, and let it be.

    After that, I floated back down to Regirock and Groudon. I decided Regirock probably needed weapons of some sort. I closed my blue eyes and thought of what might help. An idea came to me quickly. It stared at Regirock's hands, and sent Psychic power outward. I cut away at the exterior of its hands, and shaped them into horn-like protrusions. I elongated them slightly, and let its amrs fall to its side.

    Perfect, I thought. With that, I opened up a wormhole behind Groudon, and floated into it. Whirls of color surrounded me, and at the distant end, I saw Mossdeep Forest. As I transported myself, I relinquished my hold on time, and let it flow again.

    Good luck Regirock, I thought, and shot out of the wormhole's exit.

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    Great Chapters! I'm new here, so i wasn't able to post about the other chapters before, but now that my account is validated, i can post now! I like the idea of the 3 legendary Psychic pokemon (excluding mewtwo and Celebi) creating Groudon and Kyogre.
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    Blaziken Rocks: Thanks. New readers are always appreciated.

    Lucent Latias: I suppose having Celebi fix everything would ruin the story...
    Well, I didn't really have it in me to slaughter a baby Vulpix, so I revived it.
    Thanks, I'm glad you liked it. Personally, I thought it was a bit short.

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    Oh wow, this is a very good story. I like how it's in first person view, giving it much more depth and feeling. Keep up the great work and this will become a much bigger hit than it already is.

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    Whoa your fic rox! I really liked the Celebi part... keep it up!

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    Sweeeeet. Yay, the Vulpixness....ess?! Wow. Serebii helped, but not a lot! Didn't think it was possible. It was perfect.
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    Wow, I just finished your story and I really, really liked it. The plot is really strong, and it promises to be a great book. I can't wait to continue reading this as it develops. Check out my novel when you get the chance.

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    Now, this is cool. Right away, it earns my favor by focusing on Pokemon rather than humans. After all, I can experience humans anyday, anywhere - but where am I going to run into a Groudon? Not to mention that I love the Regis and the Hoenn legendaries in general; I'm glad you're giving them all some attention. One question: We've seen Mew and Celebi - might we be seeing any of the other Kanto/Johto legendaries, e.g. Ho-oh or Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres? Oh, but just say "maybe" if you don't want to spoil anything!

    I immediately liked the personalities of the Regis. Registeel, especially - the guy's quite an a-hole, it's great. I also liked your decision to have them communicate telepathically.

    The description is great, engaging without being smothering or tedious. I thought the description of the Pokemon's attacks and powers was particularly good.

    And, yes, the Regi-goo comment was priceless. Keep it up!
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    ~Chapter 4: Redone~

    ~Regirock~


    Groudon glared down at me. Its size did not intimidate me. I decided a direct hit would do decent damage, and lashed out at Groudon's midriff. My arm went through the air faster than I had thought possible. I noticed the ends had been sharpened to a deadly point. Not bothering to find out the cause, I continued my strike. It hit Groudon square in the stomach.

    Groudon roared in agony as my pointed hands penetrated its vulnerable flesh. I yanked out my hand, and sensed blood flowing from the wound. I looked down at my new weapon, and saw deep red blood hardening over the rocky surface. I prepared a second strike, but as I got ready to thrust my hand forward, a presence invaded my mind. It was foreign, that much I was sure. It had not the familiar feel of Registeel and Regice's minds.

    Call upon your brothers, it instructed me. I did not recognize the voice. Right after receiving the message, the invasive presence faded away. Suddenly, a yellow wall engulfed me. I was shocked momentarily, but easily recognized Groudon's futile Hyper Beam. As long as Groudon was distracted, I figured I should call upon my brothers.

    I reached my mind out to the summit of Mount Pyre. I contacted them both simultaneously, repeating the same message in both their minds.

    I need your help, I said, adding a bit of urgency to my thought, thinking it would worry them and hasten their approach. As I ended my request, I felt the temperature of the Beam rise significantly. The wall of gold turned a blazing red color, the vivid color burning into my eyes. I did not understand at first, but after considering, I believed that Groudon had mixed in a Fire Blast along with the Hyper Beam. Having a set path to follow, Fire Blast couldn't miss.

    I was becoming uncomfrotable, but I tolerated it. It occured to me during the inferno that my brothers were both susceptible to fire attacks. I would have to protect them. I heard the stomping footsteps of Registeel coming nearer, and with my mind, I sensed the grass freezing over alongside Registeel, confirming that Regice was approaching as well. With that in mind, I darted out of the jet, and behind Groudon, beneath its feet.

    Groudon turned slowly, leaning to the left so as to prevent pressure upon its stomach wound. Its dark blood stained the ground beneath it, noticable even amongst the rust-colored sediment. Groudon growled threateningly, and prepared a claw attack. Knowing it would hurt badly, I sent out a request to Regice.

    An Ice Beam would be appreciated, brother, I thought, this time the urgency in my thought genuine rather than feigned. Regice sent back a dim acknowledgement, not wasting its time and energy giving me a satisfactory affirmative. Regice shot up its left arm, and aimed it at Groudon's glowing hand, as though arming a missile. Concentrating, Regice let loose a blast of ice. But, as the attack streaked through the air, Groudon thrust its arm forward, aimed directly at my heart.

    I couldn't evade, it was too fast. Observing the situation, Regice sloped its projectile at a 45 degree angle, and struck Groudon's lethal appendage. Instantly, Groudon's hand froze over. Its frozen arm bounced harmlessly off my head. Regice sent a surge of gravity into the ice, and Groudon's arm dropped to the ground. Groudon struggled to lift it, while Regice glared intently at the arm. I could tell Regice was straining hard to keep its hold over Groudon.

    While Regice forced gravity into Groudon's arm, I sent out a request to Registeel.

    A Hyper Beam to the head could prove effective, I noted.

    Registeel replied bitterly, Alright, alright, no need to nag. Registeel lazily focused its scarlet eyes on Groudon's head, and released its internal power at Groudon, the energy filtering through its eyes. It hits squarely, and Groudon roared in rage. It toppled forward though, forced downward by the impact. Right above me. Registeel was quick on the update, thankfully, and sent its Hyper Beam at me. I loosened my feet, and allowed the Beam to force me backward.

    I skated across the ground as Groudon's titanic form plummeted down toward me. I made it, though, and Groudon crashed into the ground upon which I had stood moments before.

    Now quickly, while Groudon is incapacitated, freeze it to the ground, I ordered Regice.

    Sure! Regice replied cheerfully. Floating around Groudon, Regice sent ice toward Groudon's foot. The ice creeped up Groudon's foot, attaching it to the ground. The harsh cold awoke Groudon however. Groudon forced itself upwards, but toppled forward as the ice resisted its efforts. Quickly, Regice glided to the other foot, and froze it over as well. Registeel and I stood vigilant at its head, ready to knock it out whenever needed.

    Groudon awoke again, and I sent a cascade of boulders toward Groudon's head. They pelted its skull, but Groudon did not pass out. Groudon's eyes glowed red. Regice, not noticing Groudon's reawakening, moved to the head. Groudon let loose a luminous stream of orange magma, which bubbled toward Regice.

    Look out! I cried, too late. The magma coursed over my brother. I saw Regice's vague form within, glowing yellow from the extreme heat. Registeel grew irritated, and sent a powerful Hyper Beam at Groudon's head. Groudon ceased the magma stream as the Beam hits it head. Groudon roared angrily, thrashing its crimson head from side to side. Registeel intensified the Beam, and knocked Groudon unconscious.

    Regice fell to the ground, and Registeel and I ran slowly over to it. We peered down at our fallen brother, from which steam rose rapidly to the sky above. I reached out one of my spear-like hands, and touched Regice's body. I let the cold shoot through me, into my mind. I analyzed it there, drawing a conclusion.

    Regice's body temperature...is -12 degrees. That's a good -350 degrees less than normal. I'm afraid Regice's freezing aura capabilites have been disabled. Regice is too warm now. Registeel stared down gravely at Regice. Unexpectedly, Registeel hit Regice over the head with its metal claws. Regice shot upward instantly, and looked around. I decided to save the news for later, and informed Regice of Groudon's feeble state. I encouraged Regice to finish freezing Groudon. Regice obliged, brushing off the attack and resuming its cheerful manner, and sent ice streams around Groudon's still body. I couldn't help but notice it took Regice a little longer to get the same amount of ice on Groudon as it had before.

    Eventually, though, Groudon's entire body was encased in ice. We all congratulated each other on our victory.

    Regice then inquired, Where shall we head next? I did not know. I implanted an image of Kyogre in my brain, and scanned all of Hoenn for the Sovereign of Water. Surprisingly, I found Kyogre just a few miles away, fighting at the Lilycove Plateau. I informed my brothers of this discovery, and asked if we should go there.

    Uncharacteristically serious, Registeel responded, We should stop Kyogre as well. I do so desire revenge upon Kyogre for demolishing our beautiful home. Groudon has been defeated, Kyogre is all that stands in our way. Although I didn't admit it, I had to agree with Registeel. Without sending an affirmative, I moved forward, ready to face Kyogre and end the war.

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    Wow. Poor Regice(but he deserve's it for killing himself with Struggle).     Spoiler:

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    This story is the best thing since I started reading Harry Potter books. I want to start training my Regis now. I used to use them. Now They Will make My C-Squad team. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~*Commander Blizzard*~
    Unexpectedly, Registeel hit Regice over the head with its metal claws.
    Remind me to cancel my appointment with Dr. Registeel...

    It was cool to see the Regis working together against Groudon. Aw, poor Regice, though...Oh, I can't talk. If I were writing about Regice, I'd have all kinds of delicious misfortunes befalling it - I'm really a horrible sadist with my characters, I really am .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sike Saner
    You always hurt the ones you love...
    It woud have to be a long distance relationship:P SC, what's going to happen to the Vulpix? And Regice(like u'll say it)?    Spoiler:
    NOOOOOOOO! You have 7 votes, 4.42 AVERAGE! It burnseses!

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    Lucent Latias: Regirock, being the boldest, doesn't take second thought toward bossng his brethren around. They are most likely used to it, though. Groudon is encased in ice, not dead.

    fhqwhgads: Vulpix was brought back to demostrate Celebi's timebending abilities. Its only important role was to get Regirock to fight. It won't be seen anymore, but it won't be harmed either. And really, only Regirock is weak to Kyogre. Registeel is neutral and Regice can coat its water in ice. Thanks for the heads up, I don't check the votes regularly.

    Anyway, I should have another Chapter written by tonight.

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    I finally got a chance to review.....

    .....AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME!
    I used to hate the Regi's....now I LOVE THEM! Regice is my fav, though!
    Beautiful story! Completely original! I hope you continue this!

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    Ah ah ah sorry CB, please forgive me for not reviewing the last two chapters. I've been busy....with things.     Spoiler:


    Anyway the last two chapters rocked but the score keeps getting lowered. Yay some Celebii action and Reginess.

    I couldn't spot any mistakes and keep it up.

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    Thank you both. Your comments are greatly appreciated.
    Anyway, I'm posting to say that there will be a delay in the next Chapter. I couldn't last night, I couldn't tonight(my sister had a birthday dinner, but her birthday is tomorrow...How does that make sense?!), and I'm visiting my grandmother tomorrow and sleeping over, and she has no computer. So, my apologies, and I'll have the Chapter written by Sunday most likely, unless there's another interference.

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    OMG this is the best rp/whatever i have ever read! It would be awsome if they made a pokemon game with the past of hoenn and they included this! 5 out of 5 man/girl >_>; it ROCKS!!

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    ~Chapter Four: The Frozen Blockade~


    ~Regice~


    I followed Regirock quickly. As usual, Registeel prefered to lag behind. By now, I had learned not to persuade him to speed up. Registeel had a nasty habit of attacking whomever rushed him. A sudden heat wave coursed through my icy body, and my anti-gravity muscle failed. I dropped to the ground, and unable to balance on my pointed legs, fell forward.

    Registeel sighed, and said, Get up, you lazy oaf.

    You all right? I heard Regirock call back.

    I'm fine! I responded. I sent power toward my anti-gravity muscle, and floated back up again. Truthfully, I wasn't alright. My sudden drop in body temperature must've been too much for my internal parts. They were adapted to temperatures far below freezing, and such a burst of heat probably would leave me unstable for a few days. I wondered if this would be a problem when fighting Kyogre.

    As though in answer to my mental question, a great wall of ice showed up in front of us. It stretched from the side of the oncoming plateau to the forest beside it. It blocked access to Lilycove Desert. Regirock dashed ahead in a running tackle, and rammed the great ice formation. It shook, but did not give way. I stared at the scintillating, glittering wall. Kyogre's Ice-making capabilities were far beyond my own, and I was a pure Ice Type!

    Regirock, move aside, I commanded. Regirock moved away obediently. Ice being my strong point, I figured my ability would allow me to demolish this wall. I gazed up at the distant top. I focused on it, locking my eyes on the peak. I let power flow loose from my brain, and my gaze guided it to the top. I could not see it, but I could feel it as it left my body. The top of the wall glowed. Noting this, I raised my arm.

    I strained my mind, making it force the power stream to continue from my arm. I felt the presence move from my eyes, and drop down to my arm. It was a curious feeling, almost as though a path was melting away for the power to access. The flow moved to my arm. It was now connected mentally to the top. I pushed downward, feeling the resistance of the ice. The middle of the wall began to chip.

    I saw a half-circle appear at the top, in the shape of my blocky arm. Deciding to wear the wall down gradually, I swept my arm to the right. It was tough, and drained me of much energy, but I managed to graze the top of the wall down a foot. Ice splinters rained down on me. They bounced harmlessly off my head. I swept my arm left this time. For a moment or two, I felt nothing but air, but then my arm stopped as the energy struck the ice.

    I sent it sideways, and bulldozed across the remaining ice. Again, ice particles pelted off me.

    Well done Regice, now if we decide to climb over, it will be a foot less that we need to scale. Congratulations, Registeel replied sarcastically. I didn't let his harsh words affect me, though I did see the hidden meaning in them. I was making little progress, and the constant power usage was tiring me. I decided a crack down the middle would help. I raised my arm, taking the power with it, and then hammered down upon the great barrier.

    A crack shot through the wall, the noise echoing across the plains. I transferred the power back to my eyes, knowing my arm was too bulky to guide my energy through such a small crack. I guided it slowly and wearily through the crack. Suddenly, I became aware of a boiling heat down at my legs. I did not risk looking down; it would disconnect my surge of energy. It bubbled up my abdomen. I couldn't numb the pain with my energy, as it was all going to the ice.

    Knowing I was near complete exhaustion, I guided the energy through weak points in the ice, lengthening the crack. The sudden exertion made the heat wave rise rapidly upward. I felt my arms flaming in pain, but I resisted the urge to stop. My brothers were counting on me. I shot the enrgy downward, but the sudden movement sent the boiling pain into my head. My brain gave out, and I lost consciousness. I opened my eyes minutes later, and found both Registeel and Regirock staring down at me.

    Someone needs their beauty nap, I think, Registeel said brutally.

    Regirock responded with, Groudon's attack has probably worn Regice down. Frankly, I would've been surprised if Regice had cracked the wall in half. Registeel seemed not to care, and moved forward.

    Registeel stood directly in front of the wall, and shot back, Watch a real Sovereign break it. Regirock grew angry, but restrained itself. I just lay there, trying to fight off another wave of agony. Registeel twitched, and then sent a Hyper Beam at the wall. it bruned straight through it, but Registeel sent it spreading vaguely throughout the wall. It siphoned power from the original beam, and let it flow through the wall. I watched the wall glow a golden color, flickering back to white occasionally.

    Eventually, the original beam disappeared as its power was spread throughout the barrier. Registeel lifted its foot, and stamped down. The entire wall broke, and fell in pieces at Registeel's feet.

    Simple, Registeel said lazily. Registeel went through the rubble, not waiting for us to follow. Regirock followed. I straightened up, and hovered along after them. I couldn't believe my eyes. There were many deep lakes about the desert. Water spouts, tornadoes formed of water, soared about fiercely. A steep hill shot up toward the sky. At the top, Kyogre sat in a pool of water, swimming carelessly.

    Looking around, I saw many Pokémon fighting. A Machop and a Poliwhirl wrestled with each other close by. Both were obviously minions of the two Sovereigns. I was unsure of what to do. Registeel had an idea, though. He turned to Kyogre, and fired a Hyper Beam at it. Aghast, I hit him hard, and knocked his aim awry.

    Are you mad? I asked him angrily.

    Registeel glared at me, and said, No, but I want to end this war, as do you. Realizing defeat, I watched the beam soar toward Kyogre. It struck the beast straight in its small eye. A resounding roar shook the ground around us. Kyogre glowered down at us imperiously. It dove underwater. I readied my energy, expecting the worst. The water boiled up at the top, and Kyogre flew out of the water. For a moment, its huge figure seemed suspended in midair, clearly visible against the stormclouds floating around in the sky.

    Then, it plummeted downward, flying at the ground. The ground seemed to melt away before it, and water filled the gap. Kyogre landed with a gigantic splash, sending water splashing over us. The Machop and the Poliwhirl darted for cover. Machop spritned across the land, and Poliwhirl dove into a nearby lake. Kyogre slid down the hill, all the landed before it melting away and filling with water. Kyogre was using its tremendous power to form a water slide of sorts. An idea occured to me. I sent a message to my brothers.

    Depart! I can handle this on my own. Regirock glanced at me skeptically, but retreated back behind the ice rubble. Registeel didn't listen, and stood there.

    Move! I shouted. Registeel looked over, but didn't budge. It just stood there, watching Kyogre's progress. Ignoring Registeel, I sent an Ice Beam a few yards ahead of Kyogre. It froze the water, and Kyogre's minute eyes widened at the sight. Its head crashed into the ice, and its momentum flipped it backwards over the hill.

    Kyogre spiralled in the air, and then crashed into the ground. The ground rose up to meet my floating body, and then sank back. Registeel had been tossed into the air, and had fallen backwards onto its back. Registeel didn't bother getting up; I knew it preferred lying down. Sometimes Registeel's laziness and stubborn attitude were too much for me to bear.

    Kyogre laid on its stomach, eyes and mouth closed. Kyogre opened its eyes, growled furiously, and shot a column of water at me. I hovered away, hoping it would miss. Luckily, it did. It shot past me, and blew a dying tree clear over the plateau. Kyogre beat its fins angrily against the ground. Water flew up against my feet. I looked down curiously, and found myself suspended over a lake! Apparently, I was too preoccupied to notice how far I had drifted.

    An idea formed in my head. I sent power through my legs, and froze the water beneath me. Reluctantly, I disabled my anti-gravity muscle. I dropped down a foot, and stood on the small island of ice. Kyogre watched the process, and taking advantage of my lack of attention, fired another column of water at me. I sent ice power through my arms, shooting an Ice Beam ahead. I made an arch, and skated along it. I felt the air rushing against my face as I zoomed along the ice path.

    I looked back and saw the water attack passing over the place where I had been. I almost laughed at how far away I was. Kyogre tried to turn, but on land, it was unable to. The ground beneath Kyogre was instantly replaced with water, and Kyogre dropped into a lake. Kyogre now turned smoothly, and sent an Ice Beam at me. I skated off, firing Ice Beams in front of me as I went. Every attack Kyogre tried missed by a lot.

    Kyogre grew agitated. Its eyes glowed blue. The Pokémon that had decided to watch all became alarmed, and scampered off toward the valley past the desert. I took this as a bad sign. Suddenly, all the land around me changed to water. The various lakes now were an ocean. Kyogre dove out of sight. Without it blocking the way, I saw Regirock watching safely behind the pile of ice. But Registeel was gone! As soon as I realized that, Regirock sent a message toward me.

    Regice, Registeel fell into the ocean! Get over here and find him! I sent power to my anti-gravity muscle, and hovered over to the spot where Registeel was moments before. Kyogre shot upwards from the spot where I had been, obviously hoping to have rammed me in doing so. I then realized Kyogre would most likely attack me before I could save Registeel.

    Regirock, send a Sandstorm into the water! If its murky with sand, Kyogre won't be able to find Registeel and me. Regirock nodded, and gathered soot from the ground behind it. It made a grand arch in the air and poured into the ocean.

    The water beneath me turned brown as the soot spread across the water. I reached the spot where Registeel had been, and without wasting any time, dropped in after it, hoping I'd be able to find Registeel before Kyogre did.

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    Review for chapter 4:

    Awesome chapter, you do a great job of portraying the strength that these Pokemon posses and I like the way the regis work together (if only they would in the game) anyway, this was a really good job done, can't wait for the next chapter.

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    Well, it's here, and it's probably the longest one yet. Thank you for the review.

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    Um, what? Do you mean the next Chapter? If so, it'll be here Saturday(as long as my computer works...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~*Commander Blizzard*~
    Well done Regice, now if we decide to climb over, it will be a foot less that we need to scale. Congratulations, Registeel replied sarcastically.
    Oh, Registeel is just asking for a shoe...If I actually were to throw a shoe at Registeel, what kind of a sound would that make, I wonder?...

    I was quite glad to see Regice-centric chapter - Regice has always been my favorite of the Regis (of COURSE I'm going to be partial to the Ice-type!). I particularly liked the little hint of Regice's jealousy at Kyogre's superior Ice skills...that was just cute.

    Looks like Regice still isn't out of the woods with the damage suffered at the hands of Groudon...goody. *snickers* I love agony, especially for those of whom I'm most fond... Oh, but save Registeel! Registeel's just so wonderfully horrible!
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