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Kat
Traveler
Posts
4
Last Post
Mar 05, 2018, 09:17 PM
Last Login
Mar 05, 2018, 09:20 PM
340 HP
starlit song
We are all a single strand in the web of life. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.
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Last Active Mar 05, 2018, 09:20 PM
Posts 4
Total Posts 4
Caps 1,210
Last Post Mar 05, 2018, 09:17 PM
Date Registered Jan 21, 2018, 08:22 AM
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BirthdateUnknown
Age Unknown
Currently Offline
Player Krystal
Also Plays Kassander Giovanni, Antonia Hawthorne, Lucretia Jaeger
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Doing this.

Moves
Air Slash
Offense / Special
Class 2-5 [ 250 / 900 ]
The user attacks with a blade of air that slices even the sky. This may also make the target flinch.
Secondary Effect: Flinch, 30% for 1 turn
Power Rating: 75
Aura Sphere
Offense / Special
Class 5-5 [ 550 / 900 ]
The user lets loose a blast of aura power from deep within its body at the target.
Power Rating: 80
Cross Poison
Offense / Physical
Class 1-5 [ 150 / 900 ]
A slashing attack with a poisonous blade that may also poison the target.
Secondary Effect: Poison, 10% for 4 turns
Power Rating: 70
Dark Pulse
Offense / Special
Class 6-5 [ 650 / 900 ]
The user releases a horrible aura imbued with dark thoughts. This may also make the target flinch.
Secondary Effect: Flinch, 20% for 1 turn
Power Rating: 80
Flamethrower
Offense / Special
Class 1-0 [ 100 / 900 ]
The target is scorched with an intense blast of fire. This may also leave the target with a burn.
Secondary Effect: Burn, 10% for 4 turns
Power Rating: 90
Flash Cannon
Offense / Special
Class 3-0 [ 300 / 900 ]
The user gathers all its light energy and releases it all at once.
Power Rating: 80
Hyper Beam
Offense / Special
Class 7-5 [ 750 / 900 ]
The target is attacked with a powerful beam. The user must rest on the next turn to regain its energy.
Power Rating: 150
Ice Beam
Offense / Special
Class 3-5 [ 350 / 900 ]
The target is struck with an icy-cold beam of energy. This may also leave the target frozen.
Secondary Effect: Freeze, 10% for 4 turns
Power Rating: 90
Judgment
Offense / Special
Class 8-0 [ 800 / 900 ]
The user releases countless shots of light at the target. Its type varies with the kind of Plate the user is holding. (Currently, she tends to stick to Normal.)
Power Rating: 100
Moonblast
Offense / Special
Class 2-0 [ 200 / 900 ]
Borrowing the power of the moon, the user attacks the target.
Power Rating: 95
Power Gem
Offense / Special
Class 3-0 [ 300 / 900 ]
The user attacks with a ray of light that sparkles as if it were made of gemstones.
Power Rating: 80
Psycho Cut
Offense / Physical
Class 8-0 [ 800 / 900 ]
The user tears at the target with blades formed by psychic power.
Power Rating: 70
Quick Attack
Offense / Physical
Class 5-0 [ 500 / 900 ]
The user lunges at the target at a speed that makes it almost invisible. It is sure to strike first.
Power Rating: 40
Recover
Recovery / Special
Class 8-5 [ 850 / 900 ]
Restoring its own cells, the user restores its own HP. This takes up an entire turn.
Refresh
Status / Special
Class 4-0 [ 400 / 900 ]
The user rests to cure itself of a poisoning, burn, or paralysis.
Shadow Ball
Offense / Special
Class 2-5 [ 250 / 900 ]
The user hurls a shadowy blob at the target.
Power Rating: 80
Signal Beam
Offense / Special
Class 4-0 [ 400 / 900 ]
The user attacks with a sinister beam of light. This may also confuse the target.
Secondary Effect: Confusion, 10% for 4 turns
Power Rating: 75
January 20, 2232
The First Step
The First Step
Cities
Mar 05, 2018, 09:17 PM
811 Delta Firoul




Quiet, Brilliant

Moves
Quash
Status / Special
The user suppresses the target and makes its move go last.

Rage Powder
Status / Special
The user scatters a cloud of irritating powder to draw attention to itself. Opponents aim only at the user.

Twineedle
Offence / Physical
The user damages the target twice in succession by jabbing it with two spikes. Each strike also has a 20% chance to poison the target.
Poison: 20%, 4 turns

Feint Attack
Offence / Physical
The user approaches the target disarmingly, then throws a sucker punch.
The First Step
Cities
Mar 05, 2018, 09:12 PM
We'll do Daren first. What's he get:
Rolled 1d100 : 65, total 65
The First Step
Cities
Jan 27, 2018, 05:48 PM
Of course it was Seth with all the questions. It was the most logical, most expected, outcome. Seth asked the questions, as it were. Perhaps not all the time, but much of it. "The Legendary of Time," Kat explained. "Dialga is the Legendary of Time, counterpart to Palkia, the Legendary of Space, and Giratina, the Legendary of Antimatter. Dialga has its reasons for checking up on you. When you understand what its looks mean, you'll understand why. And if you never do, well... maybe you weren't meant to. You should be careful asking questions, Seth, that you don't know for sure you want the answers to." But he'd never really know if he wanted those answers, unless he sought them. It was something of a catch-22, wasn't it?

Life was better, now. Dialga likely would never have a reason to partner with Seth again, only having done so the first time because all of Tyrrhenia, and perhaps, all of their world, really, was threatened by the United Republic. So long as there stood people that would fight against it, something so tragic shouldn't ever happen again, and at the very least, Suyis wasn't going down without quite the hell of a fight. Kat, either. Now that she had her Plates -- well, most of them -- life was much easier for her. Her gaze flicked back, eyeing Diego as he buried his face halfway into the Vulpix. A slight shift of energy, and she turned Psychic typed. The Pokemon around here were used to her doing it, and they wouldn't sense it.

'Do you believe in reincarnation?' she mentally asked Daren and Seth. 'Because if you don't, you might want to start considering it as a possibility. Diego has what is dubiously-termed past life regression. In effect, he remembers being someone he isn't now, and then... he forgets. Few things stick for very long. Most of them are gone as quick as they come, and then he has a room full of confused blinking. You three should travel together. Can you imagine, how many people might use this against him? Too many. Besides, travelling is much less lonely, if you're not alone.' Well, it was true.

"You can call me Kat," she said, this time aloud. "I'm one of Professor Hawthorne's assistants. I also help the Champion."
"I'm Beryl," the Mismagius added. "One of Antonia's Pokemon."
"Beryl's the head honcho around here, when Antonia's not present," Kat explained.
Beryl just giggled. "I am not."
"Antonia trusts you explicitly. Of course you are." That was all Kat had to say on the matter. "Well, Antonia's currently taking care of a sick Pokemon, she'll join us shortly, so we'll head to the starter meadows first. They're kind of impressive." Modelled, of course, after Suyis' starter deck on the Har'zaref, it was full of bright sunlight, green, and fresh water. "You'll have to wander, a bit, but you'll find them eventually."
The First Step
Cities
Jan 26, 2018, 12:11 PM
It'd taken them long enough, to get here. Kat knew, they'd been here for a short time already, discussing varying things, getting to know one another. And, as always he did eventually, Diego became older-Diego, for just that few heartbeats, and then he was gone. What must it be like, to be a Pidgeot without wings, in a world he only half belonged in? He'd made a mistake. It'd cost him. And then he'd made a bigger one, and it was still costing him. The only people with answers, that could help him, were the rest of the rebels, still breathing. Funny enough, two of those rebels that had died and been reborn since the Republic's time, were standing right here, and fortunately, not freaking out. It was as she thought. Only the Republic's opposition could understand him, even when they didn't understand him at all.

She shouldn't jump to conclusions. It was difficult to tell, how things would go for him, without her interference, without Suyis' interference, albeit his initial interjection was necessary. Alejandro's parents were about ready to cart the kid off to a psychiatrist, and that was the last thing he needed. Psychiatrists weren't, of course, very terrible, not now, but older-Diego... he wouldn't take to them very well. It was almost as if Diego were two different people, now. The one had never merged properly with the other. Diego existed, and he was going to be heard, even if he had to drown out Alejandro to be so.

And Alejandro, well. He wasn't as old as Diego was. He wasn't as forceful as Diego could be. And he didn't understand what was happening to him, what was going on in his own head, push and pull, rise and fall, sooner or later, one or the other would fall out of step, and maybe there'd be no Diego or Alejandro, just maybe, might've been, could've been, and that would be rather the sad outcome. He needed... he needed Killian and Jade, and Sapphire, and Zelly, and Opal and Dawn and Amethyst and Pixie and Tanzanite and Carnelian, if she were being honest about it. He needed people that knew him, and also knew him, maybe didn't understand what he'd done, but understood its effects, the consequences Diego had chained himself to, knowing it'd chain him to them.

Oh, Diego. Even in death, you still refuse to leave them. At least none of the others had done something so irreparably stupid.

But, she couldn't fault him for it. He loved them, more than he'd ever loved anyone, and that kind of love, it transcended time and transcended death and to hell with both. If any of the others were in a similar boat, and could've, Kat was sure, they would have done the same. Did Azelf know? It had to. There was no way it'd missed it, no way it'd missed the surge of Diego's energy when Alejandro was born. The same, and yet not. How did you reconcile that? Could you? Kat had no answers for that. Things like this, they never happened, and yet, here they all were.

The same, and yet not, possibly for as long as he lived, this time.

"He doesn't remember saying that," Kat said, in her usual flat tone, stepping out from the hallway into the lab's foyer. "The blue one..." she mentioned, looking at Seth, "it is Dialga. Come. I believe you're here for starters." She turned then, just slightly. Beryl, Antonia's Mismagius, hovered just behind her, having come to greet the new trainers, too, and gestured for the three to follow them. Perhaps she'd suggest they stick together. It was difficult for Diego to find someone that was willing to stick with him, that knew what to do when he seemingly crossed time in a span of seconds. These two would be familiar, to him.

It'd either make it worse, or better.
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