- May 26, 2008
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"You bet," Gavin nodded as Trevenant accepted the Sitrus Berry. Then, with Trevenant healing up through the Sitrus Berry's effects, the battle resumed! Trevenant unleashed a lovely onslaught of attacks, but Talonflame and Honchkrow were fighting back without mercy. One thing Gavin couldn't help but notice was how so many of the birds' attacks seemed to impact the trees. Honchkrow's Hurricane shook the trees. Talonflame rammed into Wes, sending the Ambipom flying into a tree. Honckrow's attack hit Phenac with so much force that it sent the Shiny Metagross hurtling into a tree, breaking it in half and collapsing it entirely.Missingno. Master - A Sitrus Berry? Thank you child. Trevenant said, snatching it and gobbling it up, licking its lips while doing so. It wiped its mouth, then caused another Rock Slide, then rushing forward to give Talonflame a few Power-Up Punches to the head. Talonflame screeched in pain, giving Trevenant a Brave Bird strike, and then it began to Flame Charge at Wes. The Honchkrow at the side shot off a Hurricane, which shook the trees in the clearing, doing damage to everyone. It then blew a cold, chilling Icy Wind, and followed it by charging up a Sky Attack.
Phenac performed a Magnet Rise, following it with an unnerving look, then lastly, rocks circled around it, before directing them at both avian Pokemon. They seemed to not be keeping up much longer, even Honchkrow looked tired. Wes shot off a ball of electric energy at Talonflame, who swiftly dodged it, but couldn't escape the following Water Pulse. Its wings were scratched, feathers ruffled, mind troubled, body tired, and anger rising. It picked up speed against Wes, striking it and sending Wes flying, as it hit its back on a tree.
Morelull stood in place, draining energy from Honchkrow, who was just sitting there, charging up energy. Suddenly, it shot into the sky. A huge light blue bird figure shot at Phenac, smacking it down and thrusting you off. You fall to the floor, and Phenac crashes into the left side of the clearing. An entire tree tumbles to the ground, breaking in half.
Both sides looked very damaged and tired. What do you do?
"Ow, fuck!" Gavin swore as he unsteadily got back up. "Gah... Guys, we gotta finish this, and fast- those flying fucks are using the battle to do even more damage to the forest! That ain't right!"
"Ambi! Ambipom!" Wes chattered in agreement.
"ME TA GROSS," droned Phenac, clambering back to his feet.
Morelull, meanwhile, was watching this go on. Her attempts at draining Honchkrow had had minimal effectiveness at best, and she was well aware of her immense type disadvantage here. Still, though, she knew there was at least one option she had, though whether it would work on them both or not remained to be seen. But she had to try it. Gavin didn't even seem to know she had this move at her disposal. and vaguely she wondered whether this new Trainer he had in mind for her would have picked up on this quicker.
"The fu- Morelull, what are you doing?!" Gavin exclaimed.
"Mor! Mor! Mor!" grunted Morelull, hopping determinedly forward on her tiny rootlike feet. Then, with mushrooms shaking wildly and glowing brightly, Morelull made her move. "Moooooooor!" she exclaimed as clouds of glittery blue dust billowed out towards the belligerent birds.
"Wh- oh, shit, that's right- Sleep Powder!" Gavin murmured. He grinned widely at this realization. "Nice one, Morelull!" he exclaimed. "Phenac, Wes, we got it from here, yeah?"
"Alright, then, Phenac, give 'em a Rock Slide!" Gavin commanded. "Any of them get close to you, they're to be force-fed a Thunder Punch! Wes, focus on the Honchkrow, just to be safe- close in with Acrobatics and then land a point-blank Zap Cannon!" Gavin dearly hoped this would do it- the birds seemed intent, for whatever reason, on damaging the forest no matter what, even using the battle to cause further damage to their arboreal accommodations. And while this was not good for Trevenant's mood, Gavin just plain didn't like what they were doing to begin with. After all, Gavin was from Orre- a desert of a region where trees were few and far between. The value of a few trees was not something he was about to overlook, so if he could stop this destruction, he was more than willing to.