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Andrew looks at you solemnly for a full twenty seconds of unmoving silence before muttering, "Damn. Give me the ball. I'll see what I can do later." And with that he ignores you and goes back to helping injured people. Collin returns to Blake, Dave, and the flirting pokemon away from any others.
Shaking his head, Blake says, "Hmm... I want to check on something first." With that, Blake heads over towards Taylor, and says, "Before we go, I was wondering. We're already low on medical supplies, but I know there are ways Pokemon can be taught to heal others... is there any chance you might know how to teach any of that, or know someone else that would? If nothing else, being able to teach our companions some healing moves would help cut down on the need for medical supplies a bit..."
Taylor thinks for a moment after Blakes question and says, "I wouldn't be able to help you. Maybe someone in the hospital could... if it's still standing. It should be on the other side of the m- river."
The three of you make your way out of the crowded Arena with your pokemon close by. It's a short walk, just two buildings up, really. You find yourself in a large, brick building, with a small set of stairs leading up to the door. There is a stone statue of a great lizard with wings and flaming tail, and another of a huge toothy creature with spikes and mighty jaw. One of you tries the door, but it's locked.
Either roll a Str check, or have any pokemon with Power 3 to knock it in.
The door crashes inward with a tackle from Ganga, and the first thing the three of you notice is that things went to hell in here. Your light floods the place, finding nothing but papers, desks, tables, and very small backpacks. To your right is a staircase going up and down. Your left is a wall marked with post boards and notices. Ahead of you the hallway runs straight.
Searching through the tiny backpacks you find much of the same in each: half eaten lunches and notebooks. Most of these notebooks are colorful with pictures drawn in crayon and most words spelled phonetically. After about 20 minutes of going through children's belongings, you find out why there are no children here to go with them. It appears they were scheduled for a field trip to the campgrounds to see real pokemon in the wild. It looks like this was scheduled for today.
The group of you and your pokemon decided to head down the stairs to the basement. What you find actually makes sense, considering where you are: there is nothing but room, upon room, upon room of Battle rings. It seems that the school is designed with training in mind. Which begs the question, where do the students get their pokemon from?
More wisdom checks. It's not my fault the dice hate you.
Looking around, Blake starts noticing screens in the walls between every third and fourth room. Approaching one for a better look, he sees that it's branded similar to PC's in a Pokecenter. This must be where trainers kept their pokemon when they weren't battling. The power's off, though. And you can't seem to see any plugs or wires. It must be built into the cement walls. The rest of you find nothing of interest.
Scowling, Blake says, "I think we're going to need to get power back on in here. There's PCs here.. you know, like the ones in the Centers. The PC storage system. Apparently, they have one set up here for storing Pokemon, so without power, we won't be getting to them."
"sigh the box system of course even if we get the power back how are we going to get any mons out" he thinks for a minute "well if we want to try maybe we can find an electric mon to power part of the building"*light bulb*"or.." start looking around to guess where the wires to machines might be in the wall
Last edited by passinglurker : 09-09-2012 at 10:08 PM.