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 Plenty of Water and Sunlight, [Development]
Shasyu
 Posted: Apr 12 2018, 08:22 AM
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[Aiming for Loyalty gains. Also looking to begin learning "Solar Beam" for Wisp.]

Victor had camped out in the usual spot right outside the city’s edge. It was sometime during the day and the sunlight was beaming down from above. The trainer was sitting on a log with Ghost sitting by his side. She wasn’t as playful as she once was. Perhaps she was just maturing or the adventures were starting to affect her. She preferred to stick by Victor more often. It made her feel more comfortable and she enjoyed keeping an eye on him.

Wisp however seemed to be breaking out of his shell. He was only a few feet away in the field with Nereid and their newly obtained friend, who Victor named Pixie. She was a bounsweet and reminded the trainer a lot of Wisp when he met the seedling. She was timid and worried that most pokemon were trying to eat her. The difference is that they likely were. She gave off a sweet scent that attracted bird pokemon. Victor had to be sure to keep an extra eye out on her.

The fruit pokemon also wasn’t about to use any useful combat moves. It was fine for now since she was pretty young but Victor preferring his team to be able to handle themselves in a fight. It was about survival after all. This was the reason he also worried about Nereid. She had zero experience in battle and he could honestly use the help of a water/rock type. He just needed to get her trained up.

Victor watched the three young pokemon play in the field. They hopped up and down and chased each other in circles. Nereid however didn’t move much due to her not having much walking practice. She mostly turned her body and wobbled side to side. It was Wisp and Pixie who were running and rolling in circles around the corsola. This was a good day for them to be out with the sun beaming down, especially for the two plants. Victor would normally have to keep the corsola hydrated in this situation but thanks to Wisp’s water sports, Nereid was doing alright.

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Shasyu
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[Aiming for Loyalty gains. Also looking to begin learning "Solar Beam" for Wisp.]

Victor had only turned his attention away for a while. He was rummaging through his bag to see what was in his inventory. He could swear there were things in his bag that he should have been taken advantage of but with all that goes on, he honestly neglected such items. There were some sweet hearts and rare candies sitting in his bag and he wondered if he should use them anytime soon. This rare candy was a strange vitamin that strengthened pokemon. Victor couldn’t tell if it was a good idea to use it on his more inexperienced pokemon or perhaps the older ones.

The trainer placed the items back into his bag and figured he’d use them later. Victor looked back and his young pokemon to see Nereid leaping up at some odd glowing lights. Pixie was watching the yellow spores float around them. Victor was confused. What were those things? He kept observing to see where the spores were coming from.

It didn’t take long to notice that Wisp was releasing the glowing lights from the top of his buds. Strange, he had never seem the seedling do this before. The other two pokemon didn’t seem astounded by it. Was this just something that budew’s learned as they grew older? Victor stood from the log. Ghost’s head rose as her trainer did. She didn’t get onto her feet but she was curious as to where he was going.

Victor slowly walked over to the three younglings. Wisp was happily releasing the spores. He didn’t want to startle or distract the budew from what he was doing. The trainer was intrigued and kept wanting to observe. Approaching, Victor tried grasping one of the spores. He wanted to know if it was energy or physical. Gripping the light, it vanished in his palm. It was weird, not because it disappeared but because it was warm.

The trainer tried grabbing another to see if they were all warm. Nereid, Pixie and Wisp watched the trainer grab at the spores. It was amusing to them because to the trio it looked as if he was playing along with them. Ghost tilted her head at Victor’s odd behavior. She had never seen the human play before. As much as she tried not to do so much lately, she really wanted to join in.

Victor looked down at Wisp a slight smirk on his face. There was a glow that came from the buds on top of the his head. The trainer couldn’t help but speak softly as if any of them could understand him. “Solar energy?”

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Victor didn’t know what to do with this discovery. He wasn’t sure if he should investigate it or let it be. It was likely a one time thing. Maybe it was something that could grow over time. Whatever this ability was Victor didn’t know what he should do about it.

“I see you’re confused,” a voice spoke from a few yards away.

Victor quickly turned his attention to the source of the voice. Standing by a tree was an elderly man wearing worn and torn clothing. He appeared tanned from spending a lot of time in the sun. He was balding and only had gray hair around the sides of his head. He wasn’t very tall, probably about average height. He stared with a large grin on his face as if he was happy to be making his presence known.

The trainer and his pokemon watched the elderly man, who they hadn’t noticed was spying on them. Victor wasn’t sure what his intentions were but he didn’t trust strangers and he worried about having to recall his pokemon. For all he knew this man could have some powerful pokemon that would wipe out his team. Not that Victor would allow that.

Slowly stepping forward, to have his pokemon behind him, Victor looked the man in the eyes from across the field. He somehow believed he could protect his pokemon by standing between them and the stranger. It was silly to think in most situations but it showed a lot of character. At least to this man anyway. The stranger stepped forward as well to meet Victor’s approach. “Who are you?” Victor asked.

The man smiled as he straightened his back as best he could. “They call me, the Gardener,” he replied.

Victor raised a curious brow at the man. If only a friend of his was around. He’d give them a look that said ‘do you hear this nonsense?’. He wasn’t sure if he was supposed to take this man seriously but he figured it didn’t really matter what his real name was. “What do you want?”

“Oh me?” the stranger answered. “I was just returning from a walk in the forest. I like to come to this spot to meditate.”

The young trainer was giving the elderly man a look of disbelief. He was in this location often and never once saw this man. Perhaps the man was around when he was in the city or adventuring. Whatever the reason, it was odd that he’d only run into him now.

The elderly man took another step forward. “I noticed you have yourself a lovely bunch of pokemon there. One in particular with an interesting glow,” he chuckled.

He must have been talking about Wisp. The glowing spores that were floating from his buds could have been natural but at least the stranger was just as interested as he was. It meant that it probably wasn’t so normal. Victor looked down at his pokemon behind him who were all watching the man curiously. Wisp in particular was waddling over to Victor’s side. He seemed to want to protect his trainer if the situation called for it. Pixie appeared frightened. She didn’t know what this stranger wanted and the fact that Wisp felt the need to be protective made her worry more.

Strangers didn’t bother Nereid though. She loved seeing new people and even if they were dangerous, she was too naive to be aware. The baby coral just rocked side to side with a grin on her face as she observed the encounter. Ghost was walking up to the scene after noticing the stranger. She didn’t want to jump out aggressively if there was no need to. Instead she remained behind the group to prevent anything sneaking up on them if it turned out that this was a diversion.

Victor returned his attention to the elderly man who was still standing there with the same smile on his face. “Yeah, I don’t know why he’s doing this all of a sudden, but it really is intriguing,” the trainer replied.

Hearing his words the Gardener couldn’t help but inhale a breath of joy. “Oh, this is just the beginning of something wonderful, kid.”

“What do you mean?” the trainer asked.

“It’s an ability I’ve come to find that most if not all plant pokemon can learn,” the Gardener continued.

Victor was getting a bit impatient but he didn’t want to upset this stranger and have him leave without explaining further. He wanted to know if it would be a game changer in Wisp’s ability to battle or would it be resourceful for survival.

“Your budew is absorbing energy from sunlight, like all grass types do. Some learn to harness this energy and focus it into an attack. Some not even grass types at all. Some use it as a beam, some a blade,” the Gardener went on. Victor didn’t speak he was too interested in what the man was saying. “It takes time to learn this power but if you’re interested in learning it with your pokemon, I’d gladly teach you.”

It was a tempting offer. Could Victor truly trust this man? What if this was some kind of scam? Would he try to charge him for learning something that would be impossible? And why was he called the Gardener? There were too many questions circling in Victor’s head in this moment and he wasn’t sure what to do. He did want Wisp to grow and if this was a way to do that then it couldn’t hurt to try.

“You don’t have to decide now. I’ll be here tomorrow when the sun in beaming down directly over head. Bring your Budew and I’ll teach you everything I know about the move known as ‘solar beam.’”the old man offered.

Victor watched as the elderly man left into the city. Should he meet with him? It wasn’t like he didn’t spend a lot of time in this area anyway. This could be the very training opportunity Victor was seeking. Either way he turned to his pokemon and the Gardener disappeared from view. He sat in the grass as his pokemon huddled around him. “What do you guys think? Should we do it?” he asked them, knowing full well they wouldn’t understand him.

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