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 (!) We Could Be Giants!, Seeking: Bagon line
Levi Carter
 Posted: 8/6/17, 10:50 am
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After getting assaulted by that Swablu, Axel and his trainer had decided to camp-down for the night. A small, though respectable, fire crackled between the pair. Levi was sitting on the dirt floor, staring into the flickering flames. Axel, on the other hand, was keeping a close eye on their surroundings. Everything was up to the http://i.imgur.com/F72djoP.png Larvitar since Levi had yet to trust his other pokemon. Given, they were not as strong as Levi's primary companion. They had made a promise to each other, some time ago, and the Larvitar was not willing to break said promise. Not ever.

The boys blond bangs came to hang over his eyes, obscuring his vision a tad. He could have used a haircut, but his hair was the least of his concerns. The team he was attempting to assemble was far from being up to par. He had a long way to go before he was ready to take on Eden's gym leaders. Axel could have single-handedly taken them on, but he wasn't stupid... The first mistake, or slip up, and they'd be done for. He didn't want to risk their reputation like that. They needed for Levi's other pokemon to train up, and, most importantly, evolve. The Larvitar had yet to evolve and Levi wasn't entirely sure why. Levi had, personally, set up multiple situations to which the dragon-type could have, reasonably, evolved. It was almost as if the Larvitar was choosing not to evolve... Was that really the case? Could he not tell he was disappointed in the fact that he had not yet reached his full potential?

A measure of guilt plagued the young man. Axel wasn't merely a weapon of mass destruction. What more the Larvitar was meant to be, Levi couldn't quite ascertain. All he knew was that their relationship was far from conventional. They both lived to fight, and at times they fought with one another. Levi always won their battles because, well, Axel wanted to please him. Levi couldn't understand why the Larvitar tried so hard to fight for him. He wasn't worth all of the effort that Axel put in, and he was pretty sure the Larvitar knew that. Even so, Axel continued to pursue their dream.

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 Posted: 8/6/17, 07:11 pm
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a wild shelgon appeared!





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headbutt protect dragon claw flamethrower dragon breath

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 Posted: 8/10/17, 08:34 pm
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Shelgon was not having a good day. Of course, he never really had a good day, because this Shelgon actively sought reasons to be miserable. Not because there was anything wrong with his life or because he couldn’t be happy, but because he loved having a reason to pick on everyone else. So, he had decided that today he was going to pick a fight with somebody, and all he had to do now was find a victim.

Knowing that he had gotten a late start and it was now evening made him still crankier. Stomping along with no particular haste, the dragon-type slammed his way between loose rocks and boulders. Who he found to pick on didn’t really concern him. Shelgon was happy to fight anyone, anytime, for almost any reason. One could safely say that he was a bit of a bully. Or more than a bit, really.

Something up ahead caught his attention – a fiery glow that screamed ‘come and look.’ So Shelgon did. Being stealthy didn’t interest him, so he continued to crash along, kicking rocks out of the way and crunching across loose bits of gravel. Better that his target already be a little afraid when he got there. Yeah, that was best. It was kinda fun that way. Even if they weren’t specifically scared, Shelgon just didn’t have the mindset to be a sneak in the night.

Yeah, that was definitely firelight. Satisfied that he’d found someone to fight, the dragon-type lumbered up to the glow of the fire, issuing a roar of challenge as he caught sight of the Larvitar. Now there was someone to fight. Yeah, he’d take that. Shelgon decided to waste no time, and lunged for the other dragon-type, meaning to headbutt his way into a real fight. Why wait for the other to choose to attack him, when he could get the party started himself?
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Levi Carter
 Posted: 8/14/17, 10:38 am
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While Axel was keeping a close watch he hadn't expected an evolved pokemon to rush him. The Shelgon lunged for him, seeking to headbutt him right over. The Shelgon was looking for a fight, and he'd found one. Axel was barrelled over, rolling in the dirt before he came to jump to his feet. Cursing the Shelgon with a string of swears, the Larvitar snarled. Eyes ablaze, the smaller pokemons aggression was no doubt plain. Levi jumped to his feet the moment the Shelgon had appeared. Shock was a fair descriptor, when it came to the boys expression. "Axel, use Dark Pulse!" The Larvitar, rather than headbutt the pokemon back (in a macho display of dominance) did as his trainer asked. It would be a mistake to do anything other than what Levi asked of him...

Dark energy gathered about the Larvitar in waves before being cast over the Shelgon. The pokemon was, likely, still in close range. Levi clenched his jaw, frustration causing his anger to burn hot. Fists bawling at his sides, it almost appeared as if the boy meant to hit the Shelgon himself. Axel wouldn't lose this battle, because Levi wouldn't allow it. His Larvitar would be evenly matched with the Shelgon, or so he thought. While Axel had plenty of experience, the Shelgon was Bagon's secondary-evolution. When it came to size, and brute force, the Shelgon may have very well had an advantage. If Axel wasn't careful-if he wasn't careful-they could blow this entire battle. Every move would count.

Axel smashed his two paws together, indicating that he was more than ready to take the Shelgon on. They would win! He didn't have to be an evolved pokemon to secure them a win. He was strong, all on his own, just as he was! He would prove that evolution was unnecessary for success.
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