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PostSubject: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:15 pm

Isaac leaned back against a tree in the plains, dozing. This was very shortly before he would be meeting Ashlee. He was rather pleased at the moment with the huge progress Petal had made recently. She'd even evolved! Now, he was giving her a much deserved rest in her relic. Maybe she'd even be able to help him at the Toran Gym whenever he went there.

His new Omu circled overhead, getting some exercise. He wasn't sure about the bird, and it wasn't sure of him. It was new, and he wasn't sure if he trusted it in battle yet. It wasn't sure if it trusted him at all. He'd got it at practically no cost just an hour ago, though he owed the former owner an egg if he ever got another Omu. It was a bargain for a rare Natrelmon... he just wished he knew what to do with it. It was his first flying Natrelmon, and he didn't even have a battle strategy for it yet.

The flying bird was visible for quite a distance over the flat expanse, and might even attract a trainer or two looking for Natrelmon...
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:28 pm

South of Issac's position, Ridley and his Natrelmon - mainly, his male Goll, the one he didn't have to return to Eien - were strolling along the plains. They weren't looking for anything specific - a wild encounter, a Trainer battle - but both of them were eager to test their skills. Suddenly, Goll squawked loudly, having just sighted Issac's Omu on the horizon.

Increasing his speed to a fast walk and just below a run, Ridley and Goll headed towards the Omu, and soon enough, Issac came into view. Goll flew ahead to greet the Omu, screeching loudly. Birds were naturally territorial, but the plains was neutral territory given the lack of trees, and Goll regarded the Omu warily rather than act aggressively.

"Challenger, would you like to battle? We both have birds of roughly the same growth and this is a clear, sunny and natural arena, where we would be on an even footing. What do you say?" Ridley called from his position, having stopped a few feet away from the resting Issac. Overhead, Goll squawked defiantly again, issuing a clear challenge.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:50 pm

Omu flew toward the Goll playfully, following its movement, making as if to crash into it but pulling away at the last second. It let out cheerful chirps, whistles and caws. It didn't have any problem with the Goll, apparently.

Isaac was a bit off put by the formal manner of speech this new trainer carried, as well as the eagerness to battle. He hadn't even bothered to ask his potential opponent's name! Or give his own, even. "Um, sure," said Isaac, not bothering to stand up. "Omu, stop messing about, you've got a battle!" he called out to the bird. It glided to the side, looking at him morosely, as if this was the most daunting, onerous task in the world.

"You can, ah, start whenever you're ready. Isaac Kinsley, by the way,"
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:08 pm

"I am Ishmael Ridley, but I go by my last name." Ridley said slowly, carefully correcting the repetition that so often plagued his sentences. It wasn't easy to overcome such an ingrained habit, but he did it. Stepping back, he reflected upon the apparent confusion his opponent had. It might have been a clever diversionary tactic to appear inexperienced and confused - or it could be correct, but that didn't necessarily mean he was bad. Only the battle would show, however.

Goll flew towards Ridley and turned around, at the same height as Omu. "Let the battle begin." Ridley intoned, waiting for Issac to move.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:41 pm

"Omu, try to get in range for a seed bullet! Watch out for those water attacks!" he called, hoping the bird had some combat sense. Again, he hadn't used it in battle before, so he had no idea how it would react... he was barely certain of its normal temperament. Hopefully he'd learn something over the course of this battle.

The Omu flew toward the Goll, seemingly with no intention of stopping. This would probably be seen as a sign of weakness, stupidity... or it could be intimidating. Or it might seem as though the bird had a plan. There were a number of ways, in fact, which the move could be taken. Which was true? Time would tell. Certainly Omu wasn't giving it away.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:56 pm

"Goll, languid Gust! Then, weak-fast Aqua Shot!" Ridley called calmly, a second or so after Issac had said his command. Although the command was oddly phrased, and didn't quite make sense as far as the adjectives were concerned, Goll understood perfectly. It fired a weak Gust towards Omu, who had just started flying towards Goll. Meanwhile, Ridley stood ready to intervene with a Feeble Wall, as did Goll to dodge.

Then, as the Gust was halfway between them, Goll spat a weak, but very fast, Aqua Shot at the Gust. It collided with the Gust, and the trauma of the collision combined with the weak cohesion of the Aqua Shot combined the attack into around twenty droplets, which were carried onto Goll. It was extremely fast and, combined with the Goll's momentum, would probably make it a hit. However, it was weak, and not critically damaging.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 12:33 am

Omu beat its own wings and pulled up somewhat, bringing the bird itself to a halt but in turn allowing it to use its wind innate. The two birds were of equivalent level and growth rate. Omu, however, had two elements, while the Goll had three, albeit one it couldn't properly use presently. This meant that in terms of raw power, Omu won out.

The two winds met out, canceling largely. Omu continued beating its wings, however, while Goll only did so for a moment. The water droplets were sent back toward the Goll, along with a wind attack.

Isaac grinned, keeping his eyes on the battle and his feeble wall at the ready. "Seems you'll need something a bit better than that if you want to take out Omu," he commented.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 12:55 am

Issac's retaliation was more or less identical to Goll's original move, but that didn't mean it was any less effective. "Goll, disrupt, rise and Aqua Shot!" Ridley said calmly, as Omu began to halt its forward movement in preparation to defend itself. Goll nodded, unnaturally adept at interpreting the implied meaning behind vague commands. It fired off another Gust, which would hit Omu's attack just as it began and, while not rerouting the attack or damaging the bird, would disrupt it for a good margin.

Then, Goll exerted enough effort to rise in the air, high enough to evade the retaliatory attack by a wide margin. Then, as the Gust met Omu's attack, Goll fired an Aqua Shot directly at it. Because, as had been stated, it was busy using Gust to reroute the attack to Goll's previous position (it could not change in time, given the wide distance between attack angles), it would be impossible for the Omu itself to block, although the Trainer could certainly intervene.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 1:55 am

"Stop, rise!" Isaac exclaimed. Goll cut off the wind innate and did so, rising. The water attack passed harmlessly underneath it, as did the remnants of the wind attack. The gust Omu was generating didn't run out at the same time it stopped generating it, so it had time to rise over the last-second gust Goll made. It didn't do much else. At that time, the Omu was rising, trying to match height with the Goll. Possibly nothing else was planned to prevent a timelapse.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 2:01 am

"Goll, intercept with Aqua Shots!" Ridley snapped, trying to hurry the Omu around so he could create a window of oppertunity with which to win. As the Goll rose over the combined Aqua Shot and Gust attacks, Goll moved forward, closing the distance between them and stopping around five feet away, on a diagonal. As Omu attempted to rise, Goll fired two Aqua Shots, one towards the front and the other above. They were placed so that if Omu moved forward or up, it would still be hit, but if it remained stationary, both Aqua Shots would clip it. It was possible given the shortened distance. It also wouldn't have enough time to dodge, given the high speed of Aqua Shot and the small distance. Meanwhile, Ridley remained ready to intervene with Feeble Wall.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 1:29 pm

Omu continued to rise, trying to dodge the aqua shot that was aimed higher in this manner. Though it wouldn't be able to do so, it still attempted to. It was therefore quite fortunate when the higher aqua shot struck an invisible barrier, leaving the grass-type bird unharmed. Isn't teamwork nice? Of course it is.

Now, Omu had reached the Goll's elevation, and continued to rise. Again, no retaliatory attack was launched, perhaps in an effort to avoid a time-lapsed attack from the enemy. It seemed the bird had a plan.

Isaac smiled faintly, keeping his feeble walls ready in case another quick defense was necessary. His plan was rather simple, and would be strangely effective in the battle between the two birds. It was a wonder Ridley hadn't thought of it.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sat May 01, 2010 11:53 pm

After the Aqua Shot was fired, Ridley watched the Omu continue to rise and suddenly decided it didn't want it to get higher than Goll. Thus, he ordered Goll. "Goll, match Omu's speed and stay above it!" Ridley said calmly, not knowing Issac's strategy and not caring. As the Aqua Shot was blocked by the Feeble Wall, Goll complied and continued to rise. Because both birds were of equal level and build, it would be physically impossible for the Omu to get higher if Goll matched its speed, which it would.
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sun May 02, 2010 1:37 am

"Bullet seed!" Isaac called out to the swiftly rising bird. Orders would be becoming increasingly difficult to relay orders as the birds gained height...

Omu fired three bullet seeds just above the Goll, lined up so that if it continued rising in its current manner all three would strike it. If it tried to continue rising and strafed to the left at least one would strike it, with a similar result in the opposite direction. Of course, a carefully placed feeble wall could effectively defend from that single bullet, but what did the Omu really lose from firing them?
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PostSubject: Re: The Birds!   Sun May 02, 2010 2:05 am

However, Issac assumed that Goll could only dodge the Bullet Seeds by going left and right. "Goll, dive!" Ridley called briefly, Feeble Wall at the ready. Goll immediately stopped rising, as Issac hadn't specified how fast his Omu was going. Thus, they were both rising quite leisurely. Then, Goll plummeted, folding it's wings for extra speed. It dove smoothly under the Bullet Seeds and under Omu, shooting out the other side and looping in midair in order to regain its sense of direction. There was little the bird could timelapse.
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