Description: Miss Boo was very lonely living in the Haunted Mansion. Every time a traveler would visit, she would greet them with her amazing powers of transformation. However this spooked the travelers away. As a result, she started to entertain her self by transforming into different appliances for a short amount of time. Since she was alone in the house for such a long time, she has learned how to transform into the appliances by memory, so she can transform when the base of the appliance is not around. Now she can use it to her advantage
When ordered to use this move, Miss Boo will start to glow, then her appearance will start to change. Since she has been using this ability for quiet some time, she has lost control over what appliance she may change into. Whilst she is glowing, Miss Boo will change appearance into a random appliance.
Base Power: N/A
Energy Modifier: 15
Effects: Miss Boo changes appearance into another Rotom Appliance, (Heat, Fan, Fridge, Lawn, Normal) Appearance is randomly rolled by a RNG. Lasts for 2 rounds.
Usage Gap: Once used, must wait 1 round to recharge.
Use Thunder Wave, unless you are taunted or it is behind a sub, then use Rain Dance. If Thunder Wave worked, use Electro Ball. If Rain Dance worked and there is Rain on the field, use Hydro Pump. If there is no rain, use Thunderbolt
Fly up high to avoid Thunder Wave. Stay at the sky so that you're nearer to the sun to collect sunlight easier then wait until Rotom is done with the second action then you release your Solar Beam to it as well as landing your Fly attack.
Two trainers came to meet in a grass field because both wanted to pit their pets against each other to the death! Burns, paralyzing, making an opponent sick, attacking with weapons such as lightening, bare fists, and rocks;these are all methods of murderering your opponent! The first trainer, who was still poisoned from his last battle, sent out Volcarona, the seconds trainer, sent out Rotom.
Volcarona was commanded to fly up as high as he could. It flapped its wings and began to float higher and higher. The command sent the fiery bug higher and higher until it was so high up, it looked like a speck in the sky. (Volcarona -12 energy)
Rotom watched the moth critter fly up into the air. It attempted to paraylze its opponent. It began to create electricity in its body and sent a wave of electricity hurling into the air. Sadly, by the time the attack reach Volcarona, the electricity disappaited in the air. Rotom cursed and then built up another round of elelctricity. This time it concentrated the electricity into a bolt. The bolt launched through the air but as before, the electricity didn't hold together long enough to do any damage. (Rotom -4 energy thunder wave missed/ -7 energy thunder bolt missed)
The Volcarona was told to stay in the air until after the attack. It watched the Rotom make two attacks and failed. It began to fly down as fast as it could. It opened its mouth and gathered energy, and lots of it. It took a big toll to make all the energy since there was no direct source of sunlight. After that, it fired a beam of solar energy. The beam crashed into Rotom, sending it flying backwards, crashing onto the ground. Rotom shook its head and got up as Volcarona was now near the ground. (Volcarona -36 energy) (Rotom -24 HP)
Condition: That was exhuasting.
Still panting slightly from the last round, Volcarona observed her electrical opponent as it sat with a somewhat wicked glare on its face. He knew it was hurting, and found quite a bit of satisfaction in that. However, it didn’t want to be on the receiving end of any pain from the ghostly appliance. The flame moth flapped its wings hard as it hovered just above the ground, kicking up dust and dirt. Its eyes glowed red as flames surrounded the mass of debris, pooling it together in a big mass. Volcarona lent some of its own energy to the mass, and it took shape almost instantly. Miss Boo growled at the copy of the volcanic bug, not liking the fact that there were now two on the field. [Volcarona: -1 HP/Energy; Substitute @ 1HP]
The Rotom didn’t want to stick around, but it wasn’t going down without a fight. Its orange body crackled with electricity, its blue outline glowing slightly. Setting its sights on Volcarona, it rushed forward with a speed that seemed almost unnatural for an appliance. The substitute did its job however, and it was in front of the real Volcarona in a flash. Miss Boo collided with it, the electricity around her body shooting off into the doll-like copy. It disintegrated around her and she let out a cry of anger. She couldn’t exact vengeance on the moth yet, however, and felt herself get called back into her pokéball. Digital selected another red and white capsule after only a few seconds of thought and threw it out into the arena. The ball split open and his second Pokémon burst forward. [Miss Boo: -5 Energy| Volcarona: Substitute Destroyed] (Critical hit rolled a 4721, where rolling 625 or less resulted in a critical hit.)
Mr. Blade growled as his eyes locked onto his next target. The sword-like protrusions on his elbows lashed out as he got into a fighting stance, waiting for the moth to make its next move. Volcarona observed the fighter with slight interest before closing its eyes. Small particles began to form around its wings, glowing a dark purple color. The fire moth flapped its wings harder, and the particles turned into balls of flames. With a swift movement and a light cry, Volcarona shot the eerie flames towards its target. Mr. Blade didn’t have time to dodge, and the ghostly fire hit him dead on. It seeped into his flesh, leaving black burns across his torso. Growling, he winced from the pain, feeling himself get weaker. [Volcarona: -3 Energy| Gallade: BRN; -2 ATK] (Accuracy rolled a 27 where rolling more than 75 resulted in this action missing the target.)
Disliking the fact that this bug got the better of him, Mr. Blade vowed to slice it to little ribbons. But he needed to get his attack back up for that…Extending his swords from his elbows, he began to move into a peculiar dance. Twisting and stabbing, he prayed to the gods of battle for luck. As he fell still, a powerful surge of energy coursed through him. A smirk appeared on the Gallade’s face and he turned his eyes back to his foe. [Gallade: -3 Energy; +2 ATK]
Mr. Blade was ready to go on the offensive, but the burns on his chest still lingered, and caused him a slight bit of pain as the round drew to a close. Volcarona purred happily to itself, ready to get the next round underway. [Gallade: -4 HP]
Round 2 End
Condition: That went pretty well.
Wow, I thought I've posted here. I should have 1 month DQ time, too xD
Volcarona, use Hurricane to confuse your enemy. If the enemy is confused, then use Fiery Dance for the second action. Make sure to burn the grass field when you dance. If he's not confused yet, try another Hurricane.
I noticed the Volcarona beginning a to flap its wings. It accomplished a resonance with its wing beats, making a powerful gust of wind. The fiery moth sent the powerful gale at the Gallade... and missed. With quite a bit of space, too. The moth was getting rather tired, as well. Fox was going to have a field day with this, yessirie. Accuracy rolled a 78 where rolling more than 70 resulted in this action missing the target. (Volcarona: -18ENG)
The Spartan mon, on the other hand, had the luck of a much more accurate and much less tiring attack. Coating his blades in a nightmare energy, the Gallade leaped at the Volcarona, slashing furiously. If possible, the fire moth looked even worse off then before. Critical hit rolled a 6817, where rolling 1250 or less resulted in a critical hit. Accuracy rolled a 78 where rolling more than 100 resulted in this action missing the target. (Mr. Blade: -7ENG; Volcarona: -13HP)
They say stupidity is doing the same thing twice and expecting different results. If that's the case, the Volcarona wasn't exactly Schrodinger, Einstein, and Curie combined. It again tried to execute a windstorm. This time, it actually hit, but even so, it tired the the atlas moth more than the warrior. Critical hit rolled a 9535, where rolling 625 or less resulted in a critical hit. Accuracy rolled a 0 where rolling more than 70 resulted in this action missing the target. Effect: Rolled from 1 to 10. Result was 8 (1-3 to CFS). (Volcarona: -18ENG; Mr. Blade: -16HP)
Mr. Blade also repeated his action, but he wasn't exactly trying to get different results. It again summoned the darkness and attacked. The Volcarona barely twisted in an (albeit successful) attempt to not get hit in the danglies, but that was the best it could do. Critical hit rolled a 1582, where rolling 1250 or less resulted in a critical hit. Accuracy rolled a 3 where rolling more than 100 resulted in this action missing the target. (Mr. Blade: -7ENG; Volcarona: -13HP)
Mr. Blade clutched his chest, his burns still hurting. (Mr. Blade: -4HP)