Hit back

Audino finally managed to strike back to some extent and did some minimal damage to my ally. It tried to follow up with a more powerful one but it missed thanks to the previous efforts of “Mud-slap”. Roggenrola was feeling confident so he didn’t think twice when the enemy approached, didn’t even try to avoid…

Slowly chipping away

Roggenrola used “Rock Smash”, 3 hits for little damage. Audino tried to counter but was too slow in its movement and my pokémon easily avoided it. I pondered my next move and opted “Mud-Slap”, decreasing its accuracy.

Slow start

Roggenrola found himself in front of a new pink enemy that did not look threatening in any way, one my pokénav identified as an Audino. Very cute looking, like a large stuffed pokémon one would buy. My ally wasted no time and attacked the cute thing but it was too nimble and completely avoided the…

Excitement Pepper

I passed several familiar landmarks and the place where I had fought my previous battle. My opponent had already left. My bike kept going along the narrow path until it opened up and I saw a green figure up ahead heading straight towards me. It wasn’t the young woman, it was a small man who…

Fast backtrack

Having a bicycle at my disposition was more than convenient, it gave me the ability to heal my pokémon fully in a matter of minutes. That is for now, while I was so close to a town. Mauville appeared in front of me and I wasted no time in healing my pokémon and getting back…

Trip Advisory

She straightened her green jacket, composed herself and put on her best smile. “Now that I’ve scratched the itch, I think I’ll go sight-seeing a bit.” She looked around and stared at the tall rock walls for a while. “I’m thinking that I should go to Mt. Chimney, see the world from up there must…

Hidden face

The battle had gone quite well and I approached my opponent, arm stretched, offering a compliment on her performance the willingness to try it again. The ever present smile on her face had vanished as her eyes narrowed. One hand was clenched around a pokéball while the other trembled with strength… or anger. She noticed…

One-two combo!

Riolu jumped into action as soon as timburr made itself known. My pokémon wasted no time and attacked with “force palm” for massive damage. The enemy recoiled a bit from the surprise damage, leaving an opening in its defense, enough for my ally to continue and repeat the attack, effectively ending the battle with another…

Increase

My pokénav sounded off just as the pokéball was flying through the air, indicating my pokémon had gained a new level and now had access to a new move, “Screech”. An attack that would dramatically decrease the defense of its target. I had a feeling there was no way Riolu would permit itself to know…

Extreme response

I smirked and released Riolu, who hit the ground running, charging the enemy and using “Force palm”, twice. It was more than enough to defeat the enemy gible, which my opponent recalled to her pokéball. “Very nice! You got me worried there for a minute but I can see you have some fight in you!…

Effort

Roggenrola had taken a lot of damage, especially comparing to the enemy but he was still more than able to take down gible, or so I thought. My pokémon used “Rock Blast” to almost no effect. The enemy unleashed “Dragon Rage” and took out the remaining health of my ally, forcing me to return him…

Don’t leave

Her pokéball opened high up in the air and released a pokémon I had not seen before. A cute little thing with a bright red belly and a blue fin atop its head. The cuteness went away fast when it grinned at me with its serrated teeth. My pokénav identified it as a Gible. I…