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 Old Shrimp, Adventure
Sivanandi
 Posted: Jun 14 2018, 08:52 PM
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{OOC: Yes, old shrimp. I had no idea what to call it, and besides, I like Anorith (the old shrimp Pokémon.) Hopefully this will increase my chances of getting an anorith, lawl.

Also, unrelated but please roll for trapping. Crispin wants some delicious meat, and possibly any other useful things that may come from a Pokémon that I catch. (For example, I dunno, a Seviper tail blade that everyone seems to have.) I am using bait for this trap; a Pinap berry, to be more specific.}


Deep in the Western Great Forest, the sun was just beginning to peer over the horizon, and the leafy expanse that was the canopy shut out its light stubbornly, as it always did. However, the heat of the sun still made it into the forest, which captured it and kept it inside, increasing the humidity and making the atmosphere stiflingly warm, even in the early morning.

Crispin had just finished building a trap. It was a curious-looking trap, with some sticks arranged in a strange construction with a rock (heavy enough to pin down an average-to-moderately-large Pokémon and kill it, but not heavy enough to completely crush it) leaning on it, balanced precariously on top. To finish off the picture, there was a large yellow berry sitting under the rock that Crispin had obtained from Buffalo when he first met him. He didn't feel bad about using the berry as bait; after all, if he got meat from this, Buffalo was most likely getting some, too. After setting the trap, he moved a small distance away and sat on a stump in a small clearing. Then, if he was not disturbed for about fifteen more minutes, he would get up and begin the long walk back to Ashfield city from the depth of the forest.

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Jani
 Posted: Jun 21 2018, 07:06 PM
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(I'll reveal the results of the trapping roll later in the adventure! Either at the end of the adventure, or if he returns to the trap after handling this encounter.)

Neither Crispin nor his trap was disturbed; the man was left to his own devices, allowing him to begin the return journey to Ashfield. He traveled for some time in peace, undisturbed save for perhaps the occasional chirruping of a nearby bird or bug, though the creatures always remained hidden. Most Pokemon preferred to keep to themselves unless their territory, property, or family were being directly threatened. Apparently none yet saw Crispin as a threat.

However, there was one particular creature who was being a threat, and this creature was right along Crispin's path. Fortunately for Crispin, it wasn't a threat to the human- not at that current moment, anyway- but was rather on the hunt for a small, snoozing grey bird. The little starling wasn't easy to spot, being nestled rather high-up in a nest in the crook of a tree's branches. But the hunting primate had spotted it, and thought that the napping bird was an opportunity that couldn't be passed up.

The Mankey was scrambling up the tree, doing his best not to shake it and not to make too much noise. Thus far, his attempts seemed to be working: the bird hadn't done anything more than sigh deeply, as if beginning to settle down into a deeper sleep.

But as the monkey finally reached the branch that housed the slumbering bird, things suddenly went awry. The Mankey hung on the branch for only a moment before slowly, gently easing himself upward, oh-so-carefully... before coming face-to-face with a Starly that was definitely NOT asleep. The avian screamed at the primate suddenly, and simultaneously jumped up and flailed out with her talons at the climber's face.

Caught entirely by surprise, the Mankey lost his grip and was shoved backwards by the Starly's talons, and fell from the tree. His trajectory was such that, if Crispin hadn't been paying attention to the altercation or didn't move fast enough, the human would likely be crashed into by the falling monkey.

The Starly fluttered down onto the branch just under her nest, chirping shrilly and holding out her wings slightly in an aggressive stance.


wild Starly has appeared!
level 6 ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ ASTONISH
100% health, 94% energy. GET OUT MAH NEST, BRAH

wild Mankey has appeared!
level 5 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
80% health, 100% energy, HECK

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Sivanandi
 Posted: Jun 25 2018, 04:52 PM
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{OOC: Those spawns shouldn't have that much energy. Just saying.}

Crispin continued on his way, seeing and encountering nothing of note. He continued to walk, and considered releasing Buffalo, but he decided against it; after all, he might attract unwanted attention from, say, a hungry predator or a sleeping nocturnal Pokémon. He left the ball at his waist.

Using his cane as minimal support since he had learned to balance most of his weight on his right leg, Crispin was still walking when a flash of motion in front of him caught his eye. A brown furry Pokemon was slowly making its way up a tree, trying to be silent. He watched as it crept closer and closer to a sleeping bird Pokemon. It must have been hunting, and the sleeping Pokemon made for easy prey.

This thought was a sudden reminder for Crispin. He had no food of his own. Of course, he could usually count on the city dwellers for a free meal or two, and he had just set the trap earlier, but he could not count on good fortune alone. He resolved to revisit his trap and get more food whenever he could.

His train of thought was suddenly interrupted when a bird Pokemon, probably not the one that was sleeping, screeched at the Mankey and clawed at it with its talons. The Mankey, completely caught by surprise, fell from the tree branch towards the ground, and Crispin knew what he had to do. He grasped his cane and, as soon as the Mankey landed in front of him, swung it with all of his force straight towards the top of the mankey's large head, hoping that the fall might leave it stunned enough so that it wouldn't react fast enough to stop it. He doubted the Starly above would object to him attempting to kill a Pokemon that was trying to eat a fellow bird Pokemon. If the force of the first blow did not kill the Mankey or knock it unconscious, he would swing once more, using the same amount of strength.

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Jani
 Posted: Jun 28 2018, 10:11 AM
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(It was the same Starly, the one that was sleeping woke up before the Mankey reached her, but she pretended to be asleep until the Mankey got there. There aren't two different Starly.)

The Mankey was disoriented enough from his sudden and heavy fall that he could not block the human's initial attack with the cane, and the monkey took the blow right on the head. Crispin was not strong enough nor adept enough at combat, and neither was the walking cane a weapon intended for combat and dealing death-blows, so all that was accomplished was breaking the skin on top of the Mankey's head and causing him to begin to bleed. As well as giving the creature a headache.

The small fighting-type was on his feet before Crispin could swing a second time, however. Fueled by both rage at his failure to capture a meal and rage at this human for attacking him, the primate leaped at the human, aiming a low kick at the human's already bum leg.

The Starly looked on from above, mentally debating if she wanted to pursue the Pokemon that had attempted to sneak up on her and eat her. In the end, she decided it wasn't worth the effort, and instead chose to simply fly off, leaving Crispin and the Mankey to enjoy each other's company in private. She alighted in a light flutter of her wings into the air, disappearing through the canopy.

A small puddle of blood pooled on the primate's head from where his skin had been split by the cane, and it dripped slowly down his face and around his eye. He ignored it, though, keeping his attention entirely on his human opponent.


wild Starly has appeared!
level 6 ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ ASTONISH
100% health, 188% energy. byyyeee

wild Mankey has appeared!
level 5 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
70% health, 168% energy. used low kick on Crispin (an 80 power move for Crispin's weight group).

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Sivanandi
 Posted: Jun 28 2018, 11:07 AM
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Crispin lifted the cane to strike the Mankey a second time, but the Mankey had also gotten up and struck Crispin's injured leg with a Low Kick. Crispin fell to the forest floor, and he gasped in pain.

Getting back to his feet, Crispin swung at the Mankey again, hoping to knock out off its feet. Releasing Buffalo from his ball, Crispin sputtered, "Get that monkey!"

Buffalo was eager to fight. He slapped the Mankey in the face with Fake Out, and then immediately used a Vacuum Wave attack on it as well.

Buffalo: 50% --> 42% from Fake Out --> 36% from Vacuum Wave

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Jani
 Posted: Jul 6 2018, 11:38 PM
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Crispin's third swing at the monkey struck, hard enough to knock the primate slightly off balance but not hard enough to send him toppling over.

But when Buffalo came out raring to fight, the humanoid creature had let loose with attacks before the Mankey could even process what was going on. First he was slapped, and then he was blasted and sent flying a couple feet by a strange but powerful wave of energy. He landed flat on his back, the air in his lungs sent forcefully out of his body, making a strange wheezing noise as it went.

He lay there, struggling to catch his breath, struggling to roll over so that he could push himself onto his feet. Not to continue fighting, but to get away. He could have taken down the human, but the human and this strange purple Pokemon? No. And he wanted to live to fight again another day, so it was best to run.

But his head was spinning (and still bleeding from the original rap on the head from Crispin's cane) and he was still out of breath and his eyes were watering... He managed to roll over and was in the process of getting onto his feet, but it was a slow and stumbling process. If Crispin and Buffalo left him alone, he would slowly stagger away, gradually picking up speed as the effects of the attacks wore off. If he wasn't left alone, though...


wild Mankey has appeared!
level 5 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ low kick
18% health, 36% energy. Air knocked out of him. Attempting to get away, but the flinching is making that hard.

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Sivanandi
 Posted: Jul 8 2018, 11:31 PM
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Crispin watched with grim satisfaction as Buffalo's attacks sent the poor Mankey flying. Though Buffalo was a pain, he had just saved Crispin's life, or at least more injury. The Mankey looked like he was about to die, and Crispin guessed that one more blow would finish him off. He walked towards him and raised the cane for the final blow... but then he stopped. The Mankey was helpless!

An instant later, he berated himself. This was necessary. By killing this Mankey, he was assuring a future for himself, and for any future victims of the predatory Pokemon. Plus, it was the way of nature that creatures eat other creatures.

However, this moment of hesitation was enough for Buffalo to attack first. He launched himself at the Mankey in a brutal tackle, hoping to finally end its misery.

Buffalo: 36% --> 28% from Tackle

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Jani
 Posted: Jul 18 2018, 03:16 PM
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The wild Mankey had just barely made it to his feet when he was hit from behind with Buffalo's finishing blow. The unfortunate primate tumbled forward, the entire front of him skidding along the rainforest floor. His arms came up instinctively to shield himself.

But once the Mankey's momentum had ceased dragging him forward, no further movement came from him, except the blood that still slowly seeped from his head wound. The bleeding was slowing as the blood coagulated, the cells not having realized that the body just had died from blunt force trauma.

The metallic smell of it tinged the air- the smell of a successful hunt and an impending meal, if one was a carnivorous predator. Crispin could certainly attempt to harvest the fallen primate, or gather up the body to take with him into town to sell or to have processed for him. All of those assumed he had the stomach for such a task, of course.

For now, the with the Mankey dead, this part of the great forest was quiet, allowing Crispin to figure out how he wanted to proceed.


wild Mankey has appeared!
level 5 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ low kick
-6% health, dead.

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