Stall: I frequently procrastinate. Own Tempo: I'm very adamant about working at my own pace and doing things in ways that I feel are authentic to me. Hidden Ability(Available):
Natural Cure: I recover from illnesses very quickly.
Anticipation, for one, as I'm an anxiety patient, so I can get pretty anxious, especially in certain situations. Even family get-togethers make me skittish despite it being family. It also ties into the following "ability".
Another would be Wimp Out (sadly), as I was bullied and beaten a lot as a kid/early teen, causing me to develop severe social phobia (I still have both the physical AND emotional scars from those days), so my first instinct whenever I feel threatened is to beat a quick retreat, if possible. I've gotten a bit better over the years, thanks to a LOT of therapy, so Emergency Exit might be more fitting, but the point remains.
Heh, these abilities make me feel a lot like Wade Duck from US Acres (Garfield's lesser-known sister comic, in case you don't know), something that I admit is fitting.
Either Insomnia (I don’t fall asleep easily, especially at college), Dry Skin (my hands crack and bleed in the winter due to how dry it gets), or Anticipation (I can get very stressed while waiting for something).
Anger Point: I have some anger issues and there are a few things that would be considered "critical hits" on me which would trigger this ability. Anticipation: I comstantly plan things out ahead of time, anticipating what ,ight happen either out of excitement or anxiety. I'm almost always wrong but, hey, whatcha gonna do.
Moxie: "The Pokémon shows moxie, and that boosts the Attack stat after knocking out any Pokémon."
I don't start out in most situations feeling confident. However, once I notice that I'm on a roll, I'm very outgoing and brash.
Analytic: "Boosts move power when the Pokémon moves last."
I prefer to hang back and think carefully about the situation before making a move. This would definitely apply to battles.
Anticipation: "The Pokémon can sense an opposing Pokémon's dangerous moves."
I tend to assume that future situations will be much worse than they are. Prepare for the worst, hope for the best.