We were just trotting along the path until a wild Garchomp angrily appeared before us. It was gnashing trees with its giant teeth, scaring off the wild Pokemon. No wonder the Slakoth was so quick to flee.
"Get down!" Pleasant yells at me, pulling me by the scruff of my jacket's neck behind a tree. "It's a freaking Garchomp. What the heck would such a tough Pokemon be doing here?"
"Maybe we should battle it?" I suggest. Pleasant rams me in the stomach with his head.
"Are you a moron? Yes, because a fish, a candle, a caterpillar and a duck can take on a giant land shark
. Just wait it out until it passes."
I did as Pleasant instructed. The Garchomp raged for what seemed like days, but after six hours, it left. We were free to wander the path again.
The sky had turned a deep purple during the time in which we hid from the raging Pokemon. Pleasant was quickly complaining about becoming tired, so we settled down to camp (sans tent) once more.