Here's my next entry. Hope you all like it. If you want to increase the epicness of the fic then listen to the music in the following link while reading for full extent of epic. =D
Also when I describe the Pokemon, if you haven't noticed I refer to them as it or he. I tend to be very inconsistent with that and all Pokemon are male. I do refer to them as an it though. This is in two parts since its so long. -.-
The End of the Road
I used to be the greatest
I used to be the champion of all things
I used to stand atop the world with my power
Until it all ended
I could feel the stale air brush against my skin in the barely lit room. Only a fluorescent lamp hanging from the ceiling lit the room. I had lost all of my power, my honor and pride in one swoop. My title was stripped of me. He took everything from me. My fame that I had gathered together and all the progress I had made was all crushed. He was the rain that washed away all of my hard work and effort. That battle was my last and will stay my last. This is the end of the road.
"Mr. Morto, another challenger has arrived. He has obtained every badge from every league, defeated every single Elite Four member of every region, every Pokemon Champion of every region, and has won several tournaments", said one of my personal assistants, Ashila. She was my companion throughout my travels all the way to taking the title as the Pokemon Master. She was much like an older sister to me, but as I continued to defeat my challengers I became engrossed with power and very egotistical, as if I had risen above everyone else and became a god. I was slouching on my throne-like chair. It had golden edges and red velvet padding. The chair was made of a fine ivory wood. It was fitting for my high status. The bangs of my jet black hair waved back and forth over my eyes. I wore black jeans and a tight black shirt as well as a long black cloak that went over my whole body. I was the king of the Pokemon, no, the king of the world!
Once Ashila had finished explaining to me of yet another challenger's pathetic biography, I began to chuckle and then it escalated into an overconfident roar. "Another one that thinks he's so good because he has all the badges? Ha, he doesn't know that I'm in a totally different league than he is. The fool can come into my chambers whenever he wishes. Then maybe I can set up a battle with the insignificant whelp." I chuckled to myself again. Another challenger, another win added to my belt. There was no one that could stop me.
I was wrong though
Ashila backed away slowly. She was taken aback by my over confidence and simply sighed, and walked out of the door. It had been 10 years since I gained the title of Pokemon Master. I was only 15 when I received the title. When the door shut there was a large echo. My room was very elegant. Several chandeliers hung from the ceiling that illuminated the huge room. There were several mosaics in place of the windows. They depicted Pokemon battling each other and the other Pokemon Masters that rose and fell. The floor was made of marble tiles. It was a truly fitting room for a king like me. I had dozed off and time flew by. I had flashing dreams of my Pokemon battling other Pokemon. I felt a sharp pain in my gut. Then my eyes suddenly opened wide and I saw a teenager walk through the door. He had spiky blonde hair and wore a black shirt with a Pokeball sign on the center of his shirt. He wore ripped up jeans and a red jacket over his shirt. Six Pokeballs were attached to his belt. He looked confident in himself.
I sat up straight and gave him a strange look.
"Most of my challengers don't come walking in here so high and mighty. My name is Carze Morto the Pokemon Master of this world. What is your name, boy?" I asked trying to insight some fear in him to weaken his resolve.
"Well I'm not like most of your challengers then Carze. My name is Leo Gatsu", replied Leo with his chest out. His confidence did not shrink one bit. It looked like it had even grown.
"Touché, Leo. You might actually take some effort to beat" I mocked. Even if this kid had confidence it wouldn't help him win. I was unstoppable. I was a god!
"Don't take my so lightly Carze. Your overconfidence will be your downfall", boasted Leo. Did this punk think he could beat me? He had no idea of the power I possessed.
"This isn't one of your pathetic gym battles you insignificant whelp! I am the god of all things Pokemon. Do not treat me as one of your pathetic trainer battles." I roared in anger. My temper began to rise as I stood up, stomping my foot to the ground. I flipped my cloak so it was behind me. My chair was on a ledge and I naturally stood higher than him. We both glared at each other. My bright red eyes met his contrasting dark green eyes. I calmed myself down. I couldn't let some bug bother me like that.
"Our battle will be six on six in my own personal arena. The first to faint all six Pokemon will lose", I stated in a bland tone. I raised my hand up into the air. Leo stepped back once as if the hand motion was a threat. I laughed in my head at his weak movement. I snapped my fingers and the floor started to rumble. My chair and a small circle of the floor around me began to slowly move down straight below like an elevator. The ground around Leo also did the same thing. In about a minute we had arrived on a plane platform. Leo smirked and laughed for only a few seconds.
"This is your 'personal arena'? It looks pretty lame and boring", mocked Leo. The brat didn't even know what he was talking about. I snapped my fingers once more. The ground began to shake as it divided. A mountain began to form and then the top blew off and it had turned into a volcano spitting fire around the arena. Water rushed through grooves along the land and they became fierce rivers. The heat the volcano was causing formed makeshift thunder clouds and lightning hit the ground causing the room to boom with a powerful energy.
The battlefield I had constructed had the most challenging obstacles I could muster. A volcano emitted strong heat waves that could wear out both trainer and his Pokemon. Thunderclouds shot down lightning as fast as bullets and could hit any Pokemon. Sharp, rigid boulders could impale anyone that took a wrong step. Fierce, roaring rivers could suck in anyone with its strong currents and drown them in an instant.
Leo's body was stunned with fear. I began to laugh uncontrollably at his fear.
"Now do you see what this fight is!? This won't be some walk in the park, little boy! Taste my might! Go Dusknoir!" I roared as I snatched my Pokeball from my black belt and whipped it into the air. It opened up and the white light spilled out from the Pokeball. Yellow lines that spread across his body began to glow as he floated around the battlefield.
I had a sly devious smile spread across my face that Leo did not take a liking too. His fear turned into anger and he grabbed his own Pokeball throwing it into the air.
"Let's crush him, Tyranitar!" he called out. The massive beast was much bigger than my Dusknoir. I had faced many Tyranitars before so this wouldn't be a problem. This Tyranitar had many scars all across its body. I didn't know whether those were from Pokeball battles or from Leo, but it did make it seem like this Tyranitar had taken a lot of hits. I'll stay long range for the moment until I can find out its weakness.
"Dusknoir, use Shadow Ball on the Tyranitar. Don't let it get near you", I commanded my Dusknoir in a very bland tone. This would be just like any other of my matches. No sweat.
Leo just smiled and says nothing. What was the idiot thinking? Was he even going to tell his Tyranitar to do anything? This must be some cocky trainer if he thinks his Tyranitar can take a full force Shadow Ball to the chest. That's exactly what the Tyranitar did. The giant beast let out a roar and the Shadow Ball simply hit it in the stomach. He hardly flinched. It was no more than a flick to him. For a split-second, I had experienced fear in this Pokemon battle. Even if it was for a short moment, both Leo and I noticed it. He laughed at the site of my fear, giving him another confidence boost. I'll crush his confidence until it turns into dust!
"Tyranitar, use your Dark Pulse attack! Hit him where it hurts!" Leo yelled out. The Armor Pokemon let out a roar and it shot several waves of dark energy towards Dusknoir. This isn't good. If he gets hit by any of those, he'll be seriously hurt.
"Dusknoir use Protect, then get behind him and use Shadow Ball again!" I commanded the Gripper Pokemon. He quickly put up a shield to protect him from the Dark-type attacks and then floated over towards Tyranitar's rear with it's superior speed. The Tyranitar tried to use more Dark Pulse attacks in order to stop the Dusknoir, but none of them hit due to the bulky Pokemon's slow reaction time. Dusknoir quickly shot off another Shadow Ball attack, and the dark glob darted towards the Tyranitar's back. This time, it did do some damage as the Tyranitar let out a small roar of anger from the fact it actually took some damage.
"Keep bombarding him! Don't give him a chance to get up!" I yelled at Dusknoir. If the Tyranitar couldn't get up and retaliate, there was nothing it could do. I began to laugh as Leo desperately called out to his Tyranitar, telling it to get up and not to give up. It was pointless. The constant bombardment would destroy the Tyranitar.
I noticed that it began to budge slightly. It was just energy wasted. No problem. However, the monster slowly began to rise. Then it quickly turned around and jumped at the Dusknoir, latching on to it's body. Then it bit on the Ghost-Pokemon with it's Crunch attack, and the Dusknoir let out a wailing moan of pain. The Tyranitar tossed the Dusknoir onto the ground. It began to prepare a final attack to finish off the Cyclops Pokemon. I gritted my teeth as I saw Leo punch the air in a sign of victory. I wasn't done yet.
"Dusknoir use Ice Punch! Put all your power into it! Show that ugly brute that you're the superior!" I boomed. Dusknoir quickly recovered and dived towards Tyranitar. It reared back its fist.
"Tyranitar fire off the Dark Pulse now!" Leo yelled in desperation hoping that the Dusknoir wouldn't make it.
The Dusknoir was faster than the Tyranitar though and quickly punched it straight in the face with an ice fist that it had charged up. However, the Tyranitar was able to shoot his Dark Pulse at the same time dealing a twin blow that caused both Pokemon to fall backwards. The Dusknoir continued to wail in pain as it clutched its stomach in pain. I closed my eyes knowing that it fainted. I grabbed my Pokeball and returned the Dusknoir, latching onto my belt again. I hadn't had any of my Pokemon fainted for a while. I looked at the Tyranitar which let out a loud roar of pain as it fell backwards. It had fainted. Leo quickly returned his Tyranitar and grabbed another Pokeball.
He threw it out and sent out another giant: Abomasnow. Its appearance greatly contrasted the chaos that was going on around us. Its soft white snowy skin contrasted it's bulky body. Those bright pink eyes glared at me with an intensity I had never seen from a Pokemon. I hadn't seen many of these Pokemon and any I did were quickly taken down with little to no effort. After that previous fight, I don't think that this Pokemon would be as big as a push over. I grabbed my next Pokeball. This would surely be able to stop the Abomasnow.
When I threw out the Pokeball my Rhyperior emerged. It was about the same size as the Abomnasnow. It's rocky, more rigid figure differed from Abomasnow's smooth texture. I began to sweat as the heat grew. I grinned as the lightning began to hit Rhyperior and he absorbed it into his body. His ability, Lightning Rod, allowed him to take the electricity in without being harmed, absorbing the energy as his own.
"Don't give him a chance to use any of that extra energy Abomasnow! Use Ice Beam!" Leo quickly commanded. The Abomasnow opened it's large gaping mouth and the light blue mass began to form in its mouth. It quickly shot out at Rhyperior. I didn't have any time to command him. Rhyperior had to try and dodge the attack on his own. However, his bulky body caused him to move very slow and the Ice Beam caused a glancing hit. That was all it needed to do damage though as the Rhyperior let out a loud roar as it closed its eyes to the unbearable pain.
"Shake it off Rhyperior! Then use Earthquake!" I commanded before Leo had another chance to get another attack off. Rhyperior slammed the ground with his tail over and over causing the ground to shake over and over. It toppled the Abomasnow and it fell on its face. It let out a wailing moan the moment it hit the ground. I struggled to keep my balance as well as Leo.
"Now get close to that pathetic excuse for a Pokemon and hit him hard with your Stone Edge attack!" I yelled at the Rhyperior before the Abomasnow could counter. This had to be taken to close quarters. Otherwise Rhyperior would be crushed.
"Abomasnow, hurry up and use Wood Hammer!" Leo called out before Rhyperior reached the snow behemoth. It began to rise and look at the Rhyperior with those same hateful eyes. Eyes that look like they could strike fear into God himself.
The two Pokemon began to charge at each other in an epic clash of might and strength and power. Each step they took shook the ground below us. The Rhyperior slashed at the Abomasnow with the spike on his forearm while Abomasnow had grown a large glowing brown extension from his arm. The two attacks clashed with such ferocity that a small wind cyclone had formed around the two and it flung every bit of rock from the outside everywhere, including me. I quickly jumped down from my platform onto the battlefield below. The boulders crushed my throne and the platform around it. Leo also had to leave his platform. We were both on this barren destructive battlefield. I heard an explosion from inside the stationary cyclone. It began to fade away and both Pokemon stood only yards away from each other panting, and clutching the wounds they had given to each other.
The Rhyperior was clutching its shoulder, while the Abomasnow held its gut. They still were in fighting condition. Neither was going to give up. Not on there life.
"Rhyperior, use Megahorn to finish this abomination off! Show no mercy!" I yelled over the crash of thunder and lightning.
"Use Wood Hammer again Abomasnow! Show him that we're not so easily defeated by trash!" called out Leo. His voice did not waver as much as mind. He was confident in victory. Not only that, but he had the nerve to talk trash. The brat should know to hold his tongue in the face of a god!
Rhyperior's two horns began to spin at a high speed and then glow a light green. He prepared his arms like he was going to grab the Abomasnow. The icy mountain Pokemon readied his arm again and created another Wood Hammer extension. They both ran towards each other. Their attacks clashed, but a stream of lightning bolts began to circle around the two and block any vision. I had never had a battle like this before. The amount of pressure I felt from the environment and the Pokemon was something I had never felt. There was a rush long missing from my body. When the lightning faded the outcome of the clash was clearly defined. The Rhyperior had pierced the Abomasnow's body. The horn driven through the Abomasnow's chest. His arms had latched around the Abomasnow so that he wouldn't miss. The Ice Monster's own attack had done a great deal of damage to Rhyperior as well. His entire left arm was bruised and bloodied. It looked like it would fall off. The two monstrous Pokemon both let out a roar of pain. They stood there without moving. Had the Abomasnow fainted yet? What about Rhyperior?
Both Pokemon backed away from each other. The two beasts held their wounds, feeling the pain take over there bodies. Then, without orders, they went into an all out fist-fight. I decided to leave Rhyperior be. His strength would out-do Abomasnow. An uppercut to Abomasnow left him on the ground. Victory was in my grasp. I rose my hand as my fingers lazily pointed towards the ground. Then they snapped up and my pointer finger was aimed directly at Abomasnow.
"Go Rhyperior, and use Take Down! Finish the fight!"
The Rock-Pokemon nodded its head, and pounded its chest in victory. It started to run towards the Abomasnow, and dived while it was still on the ground. They were only about a foot away from each other. In the corner of my eye, I could see Leo, grinning. He was about to lose? Why is this kid so damn confident!?
"Abomasnow, use Sheer Cold now! Give it all you got!" Leo yelled as he pumped his fist into the air. What!? That's why he never commanded his Pokemon to get up. At point blank there's no way a Blizzard attack would miss. Not to mention it will instantly faint it. No! Damn it all to hell! Rhyperior was finished. The Abomasnow roared as it let out a huge wave of ice from its mouth and it covered the Rhyperior in an instant as it fell next to the Abomasnow. It had fainted, while the Abomasnow had gotten up and was ready to keep fighting, despite the wound in its gut. I returned Rhyperior. My head was only looking at the ground as my hand clenched my Pokeball as hard as it could. I latched it back onto my belt and grabbed another. I flicked it into the air and out from the Pokeball, emerged my Infernape. The fire-monkey looked ready to fight and deal some damage.
"Finish that monstrosity quickly. Use Fire Punch." I commanded in a disappointed tone. How could I have had two of my Pokemon fainted by this pathetic loser!? He's just like everyone else! What's so special about him?
"Abomasnow hit him with an Ice Beam attack!" Leo commanded, feeling confident after defeating my Rhyperior.
Without a word, the Infernape quickly flipped to the right and then, as fast as the lightning that struck the ground, he bolted towards the giant ice Pokemon dodging other attacks that the Abomasnow tried to hit the Infernape with. However, his agility and flexibility allowed him to quickly dodge anything in sight. In only seconds my monkey Pokemon had pummeled the Abomasnow with a barrage of Fire Punch attacks leaving it on the ground fainted. Leo grabbed another Pokeball. When he through it out I was surprised that the Pokemon was a Torterra. The massive land Pokemon had a disadvantage against my Infernape.