Subject: Re: [PW!] Breeder's Bane
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 14:17:42 -0700
From: "Tech Weaver - A Couple Pikachus Short of a Pokemon"
"Amber Foxwing" wrote in message
> "Clayton" wrote in message
> > "Well, Uncle Frank is the Move Tutor. He's mastered the art of teaching
> > Flamethrower, Ice Beam and Thunderbolt to pokemon of all sizes and
> > "Cool, and he's here for me? I'm honoured." Vixxen said. "But what do
> > I have to do to get this?"
> > "Simple young one, name the pokemon you wish the gift of my knowledge
> > Uncle Frank said, trying to sound like an all-knowing guru.
> > "Well, I have to think about it. I choose ..." Vixxen started.
> (Oh boy this is hard....><)
> >and who is 'I and J'?
> (Gee I don't know. Do you?? Hmmm....tough question...)
> "Pachi! My Pichu Pachi will learn Thunderbolt!" she squealed, holding up
> "WEE!" the little creature cried. "I getta mooove!"
> Uncle Frank bowed and tapped the box, making a show of magic, when really
> all he did was open it. He picked Pachi up and set her in the box, punched
> few buttons and took her out again. She smiled widely. "I know T'undah
> Vixxen first hugged Bob and then Uncle Frank. "Thank you so much!" she
> cried. Her bracers zapped a little in her excitement as she got off of the
'So he can teach Flamethrower,' Kitsu noted mentally. 'Maybe I could...'
she stopped that train of thought right there. 'No, I don't need a fire
attack. I'm a samurai, not a magician.'
> "And now for this one..." Vixxen said, holding up the box that said from
> and J'."
> She shook it. It didn't make a noise. She ripped open the package and
> suddenly a heavy duty metal net was on her, pinning her to the ground. In
> her fury she was shocking left and right and with the bracers it didn't
> allow anyone to get even close.
> "IVORY AND JACK!" Amber shouted. "I and J! IVORY AND JACK!"
Keaton drew his sword and immediately leapt forward to try to cut the net,
but an electric blast knocked him into a wall.
Chet "Tech" Weaver's Revised Basic Sig
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