Post by Catilena1890 on May 18, 2012 21:20:28 GMT -6
Diana pinched her nose for a moment before looking at Diaruga.
"Come on Ruru, get ahold of yourself. Calm down and use Iron Head." She said. Diaruga nodded and bent his head down as he charged the attack, running towards Fuyu with full force.
[RESULT: 4] +2 successful recoil move, -1 HP due to recoil.
He rammed into the eevee and sent the pokemon flying towards his trainer, glaring at Clarissa with malicious intent. Diana and Silencia walked up to the girl and gave her an intense stare of their own, Diana putting a hand on Diaruga.
"I believe you have something that belongs to the Victory Seekers. Hand it over before i lose control of my Dialga again." She said as the giant blue dragon growled.
The Dialga's last Iron Head was enough to send Fuyu flying backwards, unconscious. Clarissa ran forward, catching the small Pokémon in midair, bringing his close to cradle him against her body. "Fine, you win," she snarled at the other trainer, picking up the egg from where it lay on the ground. With an angry, hateful glare, she dropped it into the Victory Seeker's hands. "Take it. Be warned, though. You won't do so well next time. Good luck trying to find the other eggs." Looking down at her partner, she turned on her heel, heading towards the teacher she had been working with.
"I'm sorry for failing, sir. I'll do better in the future," she told him, before glancing at the Nidoking. While she normally cared little for others, or their Pokémon, she could tell this Pokémon was the reason he had joined Team Necro. "Is your partner all right?" she asked softly, holding her own partner close to her chest. "The Grotto Keepers will be able to help both of our partners, won't they?" she added, worries about Fuyu. He'd worked so hard to beat that Dialga. 'From now on, she's our enemy,' Clarissa decided, glaring at the woman who had beat her. 'Next time we meet, they will lose.'
Crystal stood on the sidelines watching slowly with each new turn of events. The battle seemed to be just as tough as her battle had been - whenever Dialga had put up a strong fight, the other seemed just as willing to give their own front. However, there were often times where Dialga's attacks missed just as there were attacks that would hit the Pokemon, but were not as effective from the Eevee, so it would seem.
If Crystal were the noble type, she would recognize the other Trainer's skills, regardless of which team they affiliated theirselves with. Because she was new to the battling an new to being a Trainer, all of this could be information to be gathered and stored within her brain. However, she was no where near or like this - far from it, actually. She was much too stubborn and she would have to learn by falling on her face several times over.
So, placing her Mareep's Pokeball with the Pokemon safely returned inside of it, she turned ready to move on with their quests. "You guys had better scram. Diana, let's go find the other eggs." She said, her eyes narrowing momentarily on the Trainer who had bested her in a fight. She had many harsh words stored in the back of her throat - the bitter taste of defeat was the only thing that sealed her lips shut, even though she should have been able to recognize that the other Trainer had been the superior in their fight. Crystal though...she just wasn't that type of girl.
She turned promptly, and stalked off. She would go to find the eggs - the mound of dirt that buried them all safely away, and hopefully from there she would be able to locate them. At least with Diana's help, they should get closer to finding most of the eggs, if not all of them. But she could only hope, even though in her mind she knew she would find them.
Brick had been tending to his Nidoking, but from the sidelines he had watched the fight. This student's opponent for her Eevee was a Dialga of all things. Brick didn't look distraught but he certainly knew the student was clearly at the disadvantage. She had been thrown into a major league battle. Brick couldn't best that Angel Absol with King. Besting a Dialga with an Eevee? She would need skill...and plenty of luck.
As Brick watched the battle go back and forth, he began to note that this student was certainly holding her own in a battle where Brick was sure she'd be sorely outclassed. It was quite an impressive display. Even after the battle was said and done and the student had lost, she looked impressive doing it. The Dialga certainly knew the little Eevee had been there. "You did well kid. Not many that could go against a Dialga one on one." he said to her when she apologized for failing.
When she asked about his Pokemon, he glanced over at King. He had fared better, but he had seen worse days as was obvious. "King will be fine. He's seen worse days. He's just tired from the fight." he stated to her. He nudged King to get up and move on his own. The Nidoking was slow at first, but he eventually got to his feet. He was an undead, after all. Things were different for him than they were for Pokemon that were still alive. He began stalking away toward the base, knowing that's what his trainer would want. Brick glanced back over at the student. "Back to base. We're done for now. That Eevee needs to be tended to." he stated. He followed behind King, heading back to base.