Chapter 9: Fire PowerSubsequent days following, was spent training each of her Pokémon in turn, and Jarica could tell that their confidence in her as a trainer was returning. She challenged other weak trainers she found, and found that not one of them could beat her. Maybe that Moltres did make me invincible! She thought well humouredly, but knew better then to get cocky. She knew after her battle with the lady at the Center what overconfidence could make of a person. And although the thought of the terrifying monster called Moltres still frightened her, she wasn't going to give up on fire Pokémon in general. She knew they weren't all that way. In fact, Jarica was gaining quite a collection of pokemon now. Although she trained some of them, they all ended up getting sent back to the Pokemon Center's storage. There were no pokemon Jarica felt could replace her current team. They were all growing strong, and were loyal partners.Night was growing- unnoticed by Jarica- before they deci
AFW- Chapter 8, Part 2: Battle For HonorJarica paced restlessly in the waiting room outside the intensive care unit. Eevee sat neatly on a chair watching her. Her leg still stung, but her thoughts were not on her own wounds from that day, but the manectric's. A few minutes later the light above the door went off and Jarica looked up as the doors opened. Nurse Joy wheeled a stretcher out, with Manectric on it. The trainer rushed forward to see the creature. It seemed to be asleep. It looked peaceful. Jarica looked up at Nurse Joy with desperation. Please don't tell me
Nurse Joy looked at Jarica solemnly. "There is good news, and bad news." The nurse started. Jarica's heart lurched painfully. "The good news is, his wounds will no longer cause him any pain." Jarica's heart sank. "He has recovered from the worst of it and will only need time and rest to be back to normal." Jarica held her breath and looked up at the Nurse. So he IS alive!
AFW- Chapter 11: Winning StreakA few hours had passed by the time the two and their Pokémon were finished cleaning up the mess their battle had left in the city square. Officer Jenny warned them that only low level battles were allowed in the square; all others would need to be outside the city gates or at the Pokémon gym. The gym battle! Jarica remembered. After Officer Jenny had left, Jarica informed Logan that she'd come to town again to challenge Roxanne, the gym leader."I already earned my gym badge from her." Logan replied. "Let's go get yours! You've proven that you're plenty strong, type advantage or not."And so they went to find the gym. When they reached it, Jarica looked at it with a grin. The sides of it were made of colossal rocks, and a built in wall with two red doors marked the entrance. This time she'd be here to challenge her teacher, not learn from her. Luckily, it was getting late so class wouldn't be in session. She found Roxanne inside and challenged her, winning her very first G
Chapter 10: A Worthy Partnership"So how about that battle you promised me?" Logan asked. They'd sat down at a cafe near the center of Rustboro City to catch up on the last few weeks, and Jarica had completely forgotten about her Gym battle."Can you take the heat?" She challenged."You bet!" He shot back. He jumped up and jogged to an empty place in the center of town where trainers usually battled. Jarica followed him a moment later. Passersby quickly cleared the area to give them room. A few stopped to watch. "We'll use four Pokémon each- two double battles," He called from his side of the clearing. "The best out of three is the winner?""Sounds good to me!" Jarica called back. She was already thinking about what Pokémon she would use. The only Pokémon she knew Logan had was Houndoom, and none of her own had a good upper hand on it, since it was a duel fire/dark type. Jarica was somewhat knew to double battles, the first being the battle during the storm against that mysterious lady, which had only e
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