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Old 06-29-2012, 06:12 PM
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Default Re: [WAR XI] narphoenix of Revolution Uprising vs. White Knite of Team Obscurity.

It was a battle that had taken some time and consternation to arrange, but narphoenix and White Knight stood as opponents at last on the chilly Ice Field.

Narphoenix sent out his Pokemon first. It was a big, anthropomorphic orange pig, with broad shoulders and a dark pattern on its chest that resembled a Grecian tunic. Its long ears twitched as it surveyed its surroundings. This ice wouldn't be a problem for it, it thought, given its natural resistance to all things cold. However, when White Knight released his Pokemon, he found it to be rather disappointing: a great blue-scaled dragon appeared, its small, jagged wings twitching with irritation and its craggy red face creased in a snarl. It tightened its great claws, ready to vent its annoyance on its porcine foe.

narphoenix

[-] Pignite (M)
Ability: Blaze
Health: 100%
Energy: 100%
Status: Heheh, this is pretty funny.
Substitute @1%/Brick Break ~ Arm Thrust/Substitute @1%/Brick Break

White Knight

[-] Druddigon (F)
Ability: Rough Skin
Health: 100%
Energy: 100%
Status: Oh, great.
Dragon Rage ~ Earthquake

Round One

Pignite lifted his meaty arms, a small sphere of white energy forming between his comparatively small hands. The sphere began to grow and take shape, forming into a life-size glowing rendition of its maker. The glow faded, leaving a rather dully-colored, tarnished looking imitation of life that stood before its maker, motionless and passive.
[Substitute: Pignite, -1% HP, -1% Energy]

Druddigon was not impressed. She opened her great red jaws wide, sending a column of pale blue flames flecked with teal jetting at her opponent. Pignite's decoy leaped to take the blow. It was consumed by the pillar of fire, its frail form dissolving utterly before Druddigon's fury.
[Dragon Rage: Sub, -5% HP; Druddigon, -1% Energy]

Pignite huffed impatiently. Did Druddigon have to destroy his clone? He created another one, the ball of energy forming into yet another lusterless replica of the life it was made to protect. Pignite found making them tedious - though they offered great protection against most enemy attacks.
[Substitute: Pignite, -1% HP, -1% Energy]

Most was the operative phrase there, however. Druddigon lifted her huge foot and stomped it onto the slippery floor, sending a wave of churned-up ice and tile rolling at Pignite. The substitute attempted to take the hit for its master, but failed rather miserably when the wave of earth completely bypassed the substitute, vaporizing it and sending the real Pignite flying into a wall. The tremor caused a great many ice-sickles to fall, including one that Pignite had to sidestep to avoid having his skull crushed. The result was a small gash in his side that caused him a good deal of pain.
[Earthquake: Pignite, -21% HP; Druddigon, -12% Energy]

narphoenix

[-] Pignite (M)
Ability: Blaze
Health: 67%
Energy: 98%
Status: No longer laughing.

White Knight

[-] Druddigon (F)
Ability: Rough Skin
Health: 100%
Energy: 87%
Status: Maybe this arena's not so bad after all.

Ref Notes
Earthquake's Crit Roll was 29; 6.25 for Crit.

Arena Notes
Ice rolls for Pignite were 85 and 41 for the first turn and 100 and 23 for the second.
Ice rolls for Druddigon were 68 and 51 for the first turn and 100 and 95 for the second.
Because Earthquake causes tremors, I rolled 1-20 twice more per Pokemon on turn two. Pignite's rolls were 7 and 69; Druddigon's were 21 and 24.

White Knight, your moves please.
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