Defying durant

Training had been intense but manageable, there hadn’t been any pokémon challenges that we couldn’t deal with. Most of them were easy and over in an instant, but I prefered to level up as fast and as easy as I could. This meant less stress on my pokémon and a boost on their morale, as…

Another beat

Volbeat was not as admirable as its counterpart, while Illumise hid their emotions behind a cold, meaningless smile, these ones raged, laughed and even cried on occasion. This brand of pokémon was volatile with its feelings. The one before us was clearly angry and charged my ally in a blind rage, perhaps we defeated its…

Another one bites the dust

Yet another Illumise jumped into the fray, unaware of the fate of its predecessors, challenging my ally to battle, fearlessly. An ever-present smile on its face was all that was shown, no fear, no anger, no sadness, no emotion whatsoever, even the smile was devoid of any feeling behind it. Not even after defeat did…

Another Gothita makes no difference

Aron was clearly annoyed by the previous enemy and didn’t even flinch when the wild Gothita made its way out of the tall grass. The wild one attacked first but the scratch barely had an effect. She responded in kind and her metal claws nearly took the wild one’s head off. In spite of this,…

Illumise doesn’t cut it

They just kept coming, not that I was complaining but it did mean my training regime would increase. A wild Illumise jumped out of the grass in a high arc, landing a hit on Aron’s back but barely making a dent. My ally turned around and faced the new opponent, growling in anger. One might…

Hello, it’s me…

Aron’s blood was really pumping and she just could not stand still. Rushing the grass at the slightest sign of movement, the slightest sound. She even jumped at me when the pokénav rang. – Oh, Korsu, hi there! This is Abigail! I managed to push Aron back down on the floor and petted her shiny…

Recovery and repeat

My pokémon was not in a good shape and I did not want to risk losing her during training, so I rushed to the nearest pokécenter in Verdanturf to heal up. Aron wasn’t too happy with this and refused to remain in her pokéball as we rushed back to out training spot. She didn’t wait…

Sharp

Aron came up to me and rubbed against my leg, seeking some sort of approval for what she had just done. I reassured her with by stroking her head and back and for a moment all was peaceful around us. The sun hit her metal coat at just the right angle, the breeze was cool…

Pay attention

Aron charged the dissipating body of the newly deceased volbeat, making sure it was really over. The orbs spiralled up as she passed through the figure but unlike what I was expecting, she did hit something, a blue, large mass was pushed away and started to evaporate almost immediately. My ally had struck another pokémon…

Quick Tomb

I wasn’t done, not by a long shot but Aron needed to recover and so I made a quick sprint to the pokécenter and back. A wild volbeat jumped me as soon as I made my first step inside the tall grass but only hit a shiny metal ball, Aron. She had sprung from her…

Weak appearance

Aron had been seriously damaged during the previous battle with Sneasel and I needed to heal her begore anything else happened. The wild pokémon however… were not that patient. A wild Volbeat jumped out of the grass and proceeded to attack my ally. She responded in kind. The battle that ensued was actually funny to…

Unusual find

There was little to no dew left on the grass but the rising sun was quickly taking care of that as the heat increased. Aron moved her head to the left, her focus was set on some slight sound and movement in the grass. What I though was fruit of the wind, manifested itself in…