[Dino] Ivysaur (M)
Condition: Feeling sore
Moves: Sleep Powder
Condition: Standing victorious
Moves: Sand Tomb ~ Sand Tomb/Slash
The strange blue powder was released again from the flower bud on Dino’s back and began to spread through the air like smoke. Gible watched them cautiously and tried to hold his breath while he prepared to attack; there was no sand nearby so he would have to use the soil which the grass grew in. He tore some out of the ground and started to spin his arms around – a small tornado began to form and pick up the soil which it would deposit on the Ivysaur. Gible smiled and stopped to breath for a moment. He took a deep inward breath before sending the mini cyclone on its way. Then he realised he shouldn’t have. His eyelids shut themselves and he sunk back to the ground for yet another slumber.
Since his plan had worked, Dino could go back on the offensive once again. He charged at his rival, followed by a stream of golden energy. However, this time he was driven to attack much harder than before – he remembered the pain his opponent had caused and started to run even faster. His forehead started to glow gold as he approached his target, he wasn’t going to slow down now. They collided. The force of the collision hit both parties, badly; Gible was knocked away from the site while Dino was left howling with pain. The attack had hurt him as well, though not as much as the land shark. He held his head in his paws and moaned a little – hopefully he’d be able to think straight by the time next round came along.
[Dino] Ivysaur (M)
Condition: Has a headache
Condition: Snoozing happily; Asleep
Sleep Powder- (Rolled 58/100, 75 or less to hit; Ivysaur -4 Energy; Gible falls asleep)
Sand Tomb- (Rolled 37/100, 30 or less to wake up; Gible -2 Energy)
Double Edge- (Rolled 4.96/100, 6.25 or under for critical; Ivysaur -22 Energy, -13 HP; Gible -39 HP; Rolled 66/100, 25 to wake Gible up)
Sand Tomb- (Rolled 49/100, 40 or under to wake up; Gible -2 Energy)
There’s a little sleep powder still in the air but it’s being dispersed quickly.