OH, what race did you play as?! And what class-- Oh, update. Right.Desert of Illusion (Please reply in darkorange)
Artifical Dragon ~ I LOVE WoW, its addictive I know. I only wish I still had it *pout*
Igneous had a knack of ending up deep in a sand dune and as he picked himself up once more you pat him on the head in praise. He was trying his hardest after all, that was all you could ask. Igneous was beginning to tire from the repeated offence and all the attacks he was taking were smarting something rotten. This Baltoy was a tough cookie and had no qualms about showing it; fortunately for you its offence seemed more draining than that of your Cyndaquil’s. Now then, time for a new battle plan since Tackle after Tackle after Tackle had merely worn Igneous down. Maybe a defensive approach would be best you surmise. Looking in your bag you can’t find anything that would assist your fiery echidna for the battle and sigh. Having to work with what Igneous had available to him to give him his next orders and watch as he set forth into action. You hoped not to KO the spinning toy in the hopes that once you caught it it would lead you to one of the fabled villages in this desert.
Igneous slowly approached Baltoy trying to gauge what it would do next. He knew what he was ordered and merely waited for the right moment to strike. Baltoy stopped spinning to observe Igneous curiously only to receive a vicious Leer in return. Not waiting a second Igneous leapt forward and slammed into Baltoy hitting it hard and pushing it through the sand. Before it could recover and attack he spat out a cloud of Smokescreen that covered the sands. Baltoy could be heard whining within the cloud and a bright pink energy surrounded Igneous, the Cyndaquil fighting against it. Just as it looked like he was to be tossed … again the energy dissipated and Igneous fell harmlessly to the sand. It looks like Baltoy is losing energy fast; remember though Igneous is losing energy too with every move he makes and is panting hard from the exertion. Now would be the time to finish it off if you can find it within all the smoke.
Finally, three consecutive attacks on the Baltoy that have worked successfully. Alina felt an overwhelming sense of pride for her little Cyndaquil, almost not noticing how badly hurt he was. She frowned a little bit, feeling guilty about not bringing a potion or something with her, but there was nothing she could do about that. Sighing she observed the Baltoy's current condition. The smoke still covered it up, making it impossible to find. She was surprised it hadn't Rapid Spinned the cloud of smoke away... it was a very good sign. It was just as worn out as Igneous was, so now would be the time to end this battle once and for all. She then started shuffling through her backpack to find the small red and white ball to catch Pokemon with. It was surprisingly difficult to find, since her backpack was so cluttered. Finally, she found a Pokeball and pulled it out, the sun reflecting off its shiny surface. Alina continued to play with the Pokeball a bit by tossing it up in the air and catching it as she waited for smoke to clear so she could capture this little Baltoy. The wait for her was almost excruciating. Would she capture it on the first try, or would Igneous have to take a few more hits? She didn't think her Cyndaquil could take much more... the smoke started to clear slightly, but not fast enough. Damn it, now would be an excellent time for a random gust of wind to blow the rest of it away. None the less, she stood at ready, so she could throw the Pokeball at the Baltoy before it had a chance to do anything else.