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PostSubject: Pokemon Stardom Days - By: Kyro   Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:05 pm

This is the story of a brave young boy named Kyro, who lives in New Bark Town – a small community located in a country called Johto. More than anything, Kyro wants to follow in the footsteps of Ash, a young Pokemon trainer from a neighboring country called Kanto
Three years earlier, Ash earned the title of Pokemon League Champion and became a Pokemon Master after earning all of the Official Pokemon League Badges. He also defeated the criminal organization known as Team Rocket, and is now considered a hero and role model among Pokemon trainers everywhere.
Kyro has been reading about Pokemon his entire life. He lives near Professor Elm, one of New Bark Town's best-known and most respected Pokemon researchers. With the help of Professor Elm, Kyro hopes to someday follow in Ash's footsteps.
Since Ash completed his adventure, Professor Oak has been hard at work designing new tools for Pokemon researchers to use. These days, every Pokemon trainer is equipped with PokeGear, which includes, a watch, a town map, cell phone, and radio. Each trainer also has a Pack which can store dozens of useful items that will keep a trainer's Pokemon happy, healthy, and safe. These items can be purchased at a Pokemon Mart, found, or acquired from other trainers.
Professor Oak, with the help of other Pokemon researchers, has also discovered several new Hidden Machines (HM), including Whirlpool and Waterfall. The research team has also discovered dozens of new Technical Machines (T.M), which are skills or attack moves that can be taught to various Pokemon.

As our story begins, Kyro is about to enter a world of dreams and adventures, where his very own Pokemon legend will unfold...
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Stardom Days - By: Kyro   Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:15 pm

Very nice! ^_^ I can't wait to read the rest of the story... so far, it sounds great Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Stardom Days - By: Kyro   Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:58 pm

Chapter 1: Kyro's adventure begins


Three years after Ash's adventure to become the world's greatest Pokemon Master came to an exciting end, the quest of a new, and up-and-coming trainer is about to begin!

Located many miles from Pallet Town, where Professor Oak and Ash live happily, is a land called Johto. In this region is the small community of New Bark Town. It's here that an adventurous young lad named Kyro lives.
Kyro's dreams of becoming a great Pokemon Champion just like Ash once did. To earn his title, however, a trainer must first defeat each of the eight Gym Leaders who are located in the various cities throughout Johto. Only by collecting all eight Pokemon League Badges and then traveling to Indigo Plateau to defeat the world's greatest Pokemon Masters, known as the Elite Four, can Kyro earn the title of Pokemon Champion.

* * *

It was the beginning of another beautiful day in New Bark Town. The sun was just rising over the sleepy town when, in the midst of a dream, Professor Oak was awakened. "Wha…? You woke me up!" he cried. After determining what time it was, he got ready to go to his lab.
Meanwhile, in another part of town, Kyro looked over at the clock in his room and realized he had overslept! The young trainer was supposed to meet his good friend and teacher, Professor Elm, five minutes ago! "Yikes! I'm late!" he thought, as he jumped out of bed. When Kyro went downstairs, his mom handed him his Pokemon Gear, which was just back from the repair shop. Pokemon Gear, also known as PokeGear, is essential to becoming a good trainer.
Built into Kyro's PokeGear was a powerful, yet tiny, cellular phone. The people of Johto used them to stay in contact with each other. The auto-dial feature of Kyro's phone had Professor Elm's and his mothers phone numbers programmed into it, so the young trainer could always stay in touch no matter where he traveled.
Today was going to be exciting for Kyro. The professor had promised to give him his very first Pokemon to love and train. With his PokeGear in hand, Kyro set off to Professors Elm lab, located across town.
While walking through his hometown, Kyro met several of his young friends, who had heard rumors about Professor Elm's discovery of new Pokemon. Kyro had spent countless hours reading about the adventures of Ash and Professor Oak, and how they gathered information about all 151 known Pokemon for the PokeDex, a computerized encyclopedia. It would be very exciting for trainers everywhere of Professor Elm had actually discovered new varieties of Pokemon. It would also mean that someone would have to update the PokeDex with all of the additional information.

* * *
After walking a short distance to the west, Kyro arrived at a large structure with a sign in front that read "Elm Pokemon Lab. " He stepped inside and quickly made his way to the back of the building where Professor Elm was patiently waiting.
"There you are!" exclaimed Professor Elm, who had a big smile on his face. He was clearly happy to see his young friend. "I need to ask you a favor. I have an acquaintance, called Mr. Pokemon. He keeps finding weird things and raving about his discoveries. Anyway, I just got an e-mail from him saying that this time it's real. It is intriguing, but we're too busy with our Pokemon research. "Could you look into it for us?" asked the professor.
Kyro couldn't contain his excitement. He was eager to begin working with the professor in hopes of becoming a better Pokemon trainer. This was the perfect opportunity. In order to help the professor, Kyro would first need his own Pokemon. Located on the nearby desk were three Poke Balls.

* * *

Pointing to these Poke Balls, the professor started, " These are all rare Pokemon that we just found. Go on … pick one!" Kyro examined each of these Poke Balls and ultimately selected the one on the left. " You'll take Totodile, the water Pokemon. I think that’s a great Pokemon."
Upon accepting the Poke Ball, Kyro was given the opportunity to give his new Pokemon partner a nickname. After careful consideration, he decided to name his very first Pokemon Spout.
"Mr. Pokemon lives near Cherry Grove City, the next city in your journey. It's almost a direct route to there," explained the professor. As Kyro exited the lab to visit Mr. Pokemon, and learn more about his mysterious discoveries, one of Professor Elm's lab assistants gave him a Potion which would help to keep his new Pokemon partner, Spout, healthy during a battle.
When Kyro was once again outside, in the heart of New Bark Town, he walked to the west and followed Route 29. While strolling along the grassy areas, the brave young trainer encountered his first Pokemon! Now he could test his abilities of Spout and participate in an actual battle. Kyro's heart was racing with excitement.
The wild Pokemon turned out to be a level 4 Rattata. Kyro hoped this normal Pokemon would not prove to be too difficult to beat. After all, his Pokemon partner was a level 5 Totodile.
The battle began with Spout using its mighty Scratch attack. The enemy Rattata retaliated by launching a power-packed Tail Whip. When Spout used another Scratch attack, the Rattata's HP (Hit Points) dropped considerably. By the fourth consecutive Scratch attack, Spout had easily defeated the wild Rattata , giving Spout 32 experience points (XP) ! "Awesome!" thought Kyro as he congratulated his Pokemon partner.
Kyro was very proud of his new Pokemon. Together, they had defeated a wild Pokemon for the first time. Both Kyro and Spout knew this was just the first of many exciting battles to come.
Following the path along Route 29, Kyro encountered additional wild Pokemon, including a level 2 Pidgey, which Spout quickly caused to faint by using repeated Scratch attacks.
After traveling through a building located on Route 29, Kyro soon found himself moving along Route 46. Here, a wild level 3 Geodude was waiting to launch a surprise attack.
Once again, Spout's Scratch proved to be superior to the moves of his opponent, which included the Rock Throw. His next battle was against a Pokemon that Kyro had never seen before. It had a wild, long-tailed Pokemon capable of launching several powerful attacks, including Tackle and Quick Attacks. With Kyro's guidance, Spout also caused this Pokemon rival to faint.
When Kyro finally arrived in Cherry Grove City, he came across a Pokemon Center, where he replenished the health of Spout. Located next door was a Pokemon Mart, where valuable items could be purchased. Here, Kyro stocked up on Potions to keep his existing Pokemon healthy during battles.
After receiving a quick tour of Cherry Grove City from an older Pokemon trainer named Guide Gent, Kyro was given a Map Card as a gift. This made an excellent addition to his PokeGear and would help to keep him from getting lost during his upcoming quest.
Upon leaving Cherry Grove City, Kyro made his way toward Violet City, where he soon came upon a sign that read " Mr. Pokemon's House Straight Ahead!" This was the person that Kyro was looking for. He was clearly on the right path!
Kyro soon came across a medium-sized house. Inside, Mr. Pokemon was waiting. " Hello! Hello! You must be Kyro," said the friendly man who was dressed in a black suit.
"Professor Elm said that you would visit. This is what I want Professor Elm to examine." Mr. Pokemon handed Kyro a Mystery Egg, which he placed in his Key Pocket. Inside this egg could be a mysterious new type of Pokemon, but only Professor Elm could tell for sure.
" I know a couple who run a Pokemon Day Care Center. They gave me that egg. I was intrigued so I'm sending it to Professor Elm. For Pokemon evolution, Professor Elm is the authority. If my assumption us correct that this is a new type of Pokemon, Professor Elm will confirm it," said Mr. Pokemon to the eager young trainer.
Standing near Mr. Pokemon was a man Kyro hadn't noticed earlier. It was Professor Oak, a living legend in the World of Pokemon! He was the man had discovered so much useful information about Pokemon and created the original PokeDex.

* * *

Professor Oak was paying a friendly visit to his old friend Mr. Pokemon, be he quickly became interested in the Mystery Egg. He also impressed by Kyro's eagerness to help Professor Elm. Professor Oak quickly determined that this young lad had what it takes to become great trainer.
"Professor Elm saw that you would treat your Pokemon with love and care. You seem to be dependable," said Professor Oak. Then he too asked Kyro for a favor.
"How would you like to help me out?" he asked as he pulled out one of his latest inventions. It was an all-new PokeDex! " It automatically records data on Pokemon you've seen or caught. It's a high-tech encyclopedia!"
Kyro's eyes were wide with excitement. The legendary Professor Oak was about to give him his very own PokeDex! Upon receiving this awesome gift, the young trainer agreed to help the professor gather information about new varieties of Pokemon.
After conducting extensive research, Professors Oak and Elm concluded that there were probably many new varieties of Pokemon that still needed to be discovered and studied. Many of these unknown varieties could probably be found somewhere in Johto.
Just as Kyro was saying farewell to his two new friends, he received an urgent phone call from Professor Elm, who asked him to return to his lab immediately. Kyro quickly gathered his belongings and set off again toward Cherry Grove City. He traveled as quickly as he could, taking several shortcuts.
Kyro encountered many wild Pokemon , including Pidgey, along his trek home. By this point, his Pokemon partner, Spout, had reached level 9. He was making his owner very proud, as he had little trouble defeating the rival Pokemon he encountered.
As soon a Kyro returned to Cherry Grove City, he came upon a young and eager male Pokemon trainer who had seemed to be waiting for him. Kyro was challenged to a battle by the mysterious trainer, who sent out a level 5 Chickorita.
Spout launched several of its most powerful attacks, and was soon victorious. Kyro's adversary wasn’t very happy about losing. " I'm going to be the worlds greatest Pokemon trainer!" cried the stranger as she ran off, leaving Kyro free to return to Professor Elm's lab.
Running as fast as he could, Kyro soon reached the front door of the professor's lab and entered. Professor Elm was speaking with a police officer. " I heard a Pokemon was stolen from here. I was just getting some information," reported the officer. "Apparently, the culprit was a young male with short, fuzzy, black hair."
As soon as Kyro heard his description, he knew that the culprit was the young Pokemon trainer he had just defeated in the outskirts of town. It turned out the trainers name was Xander. The police officer left the lab to investigate the theft of the professor's prized Poke Ball, while Professor Elm and Kyro remained in the lab and discussed the Mystery Egg that Kyro had delivered to Professor Elm, for Mr. Pokemon.
During the conversation, Kyro told Professor Elm all about meeting his idol, Professor Oak.

* * *

"He is superb at seeing the potential of people as trainers," said Professor Elm. "Wow!, Kyro , you may have what it takes to become the Champion. You should take the Pokemon Gym Challenge. The closest gym would be the one in Violet City."
Kyro knew that the road to becoming a Pokemon Champion would be a long one. Yet he knew that he had the courage and training skills necessary to make his dreams of becoming a true Pokemon Master a reality.
As Kyro excited the lab—to begin his journey to Violet City in hopes of beating the Gym Leaders there—he was given five Poke Balls as a gift. Before departing from his hometown, however, the hopeful young trainer decided to drop by his house and bid farewell to his mother. Kyro's mother was sorry to seem him go, but offered to help him save money he earned by beating other Pokemon trainers. Kyro gratefully accepted this offer and set off on his journey.
His next stop would be Violet City. He needed to beat the Gym Leader there in order to obtain his first Official Pokemon League Badge-The Zephyr Badge. The trip itself would also be exciting, as he was sure to encounter many wild Pokemon and other surprises along the way.
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Stardom Days - By: Kyro   Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:47 pm

Very nice! I wonder how he will do in Violet City? Great story so far Kyro! Keep it up Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Stardom Days - By: Kyro   Tue Mar 16, 2010 5:20 pm

Pokemon: Stardom Days
Chapter 2: Journey to Violet City and Beyond


Before Kyro could even consider facing any of the Gym Leaders, he'd first need to increase his Pokemon collection, plus boost the experience of Spout, his Totodile. After all, a Gym Leader is definitely the most talented Pokemon trainer in a city, and each specializes in a certain type of Pokemon.
The young trainer knew that he'd encounter many wild Pokemon along his journey to Violet City. Since he had purchased a bunch of Poke Balls at the PokeMart in Cherry Grove City, he was ready to begin expanding his Pokemon collection.
Kyro used Spout to weaken the wild Pokemon he battled, then tossed out Poke Balls in order to catch them. In no time, Kyro had expanded his collection and, thanks to the battle experience, Spout's level increased to 10.
Kyro also encountered a handful of other Pokemon trainers. By beating these adversaries, he was able to raise money and later purchased additional items and power-ups for his Pokemon. Youngster Gregory was one of the trainers Kyro came across near Mr. Pokemon's house. Their battle began when Kyro tossed out a level 4 Rattata to compete against Kyro's Totodile. After this battle, Youngster Mikey tried his luck against Kyro, unsuccessfully, using a level 2 Pidgey and a level 4 Rattata.
From Cherry Grove City, Kyro followed Route 30 toward Violet City. This time, he passed to the left of Mr. Pokemon's house and kept following the path to the north. Along the way, he managed to catch a level 4 Metapod.
At the end of a long and winding path, Kyro came across the entrance to a large stone cave. The pathway itself, however, turned to the right. Seeing that the cave was pitch black inside, and since non of his Pokemon had yet learned the Hidden Machine Flash (HM05), he decided to stay on the trail for now.
Route 30 eventually became Route 31. Kyro discovered a large building he needed to pass through in order to reach Violet City, Upon exiting this structure, the young trainer stumbled upon a Pokemon Center. " This must be the entrance to Violet City," he thought to himself, as he decided to take a break and heal all of the Pokemon he was carrying.

* * *

"Hello! Welcome to our Pokemon Center," said the woman behind the counter. " We can heal your Pokemon to perfect health. Shall we heal your Pokemon?" Kyro replied " Yes, please" and handed his Pokemon over to the friendly woman.
Once his Pokemon replenished their strength, Kyro continued to explore Violet City. Across the way from Earl's Pokemon Academy, Kyro noticed the city's gym. The sign near the front door said " Violet City Pokemon Gym Leader: Falkner, The elegant Master of Flying Pokemon."
"This must be the place," Kyro thought to himself as he mustered up the courage to enter the gym. Seeing a Poke Mart located right next door, the eager trainer decided he'd better first stock up on Potions, Antidotes, and Paralyze Heals. He then returned to the Gym. Stepping through the door, Kyro was amazed at the large stone walls, floors, and ceilings. Feeling a bit nervous, he walked in-between a pair of stone pillars, then encountered the first of the trainers he needed to defeat before going face-to-face against Falkner, the Gym Leader.
"Let me see if you are good enough to face Falkner!" exclaimed the trainer, who introduced himself as Bird Keeper Abe. As Kyro tossed out Spout, his adversary began the battle with a level 9 Spearow.
Luckily, Spout had reached level 11 by now, and was prepared to engage such a powerful rival Pokemon in battle. During this encounter, Spout lost 12 HP, but still had 20 HP remaining. He was definitely healthy enough to continue. Once Bird Keeper Abe's Spearow fainted, Kyro followed the winding stone path within the gym to where his next opponent was waiting.
"The key word is 'guts," said Bird Keeper Rod, the second trainer in the gym. "Those here training night and day to become bird Pokemon Masters." With that, Kyro was challenged to a battle. This time, Spout's adversary would be a level 7 Pidgey. To beat this Pokemon, Kyro instructed his partner to use repeated Scratch attack.
When the opposing Pidgey fainted, Kyro not only reached level 12, it also discovered how to use the powerful Water Gun attack. This would allow the water-type Pokemon to squirt water droplets at its adversaries during battles. Bird Keeper Rod wasn't about to give up right away, however, and he quickly tossed out another level 7 Pidgey.
Kyro decided to try out Spout's new Water Gun attack right away. When he launched it, Bird Keeper Rod's Pidgey immediately lost two-thirds of its HP. "Wow! This attack is powerful," thought Kyro. "It would certainly come in handy for beating strong and powerful Pokemon." The battle against Bird Keeper Rod's second Pidgey came to a quick end when Spout used Tackle. This move caused the flying-type Pokemon to faint.
Both gym trainers had now been defeated. As Kyro followed the stone path to where Falkner himself was waiting, he used Potions to replenish the health of his Pokemon. When Kyro ultimately came face-to-face with his first Gym Leader, he was scared and confident at the same time.
"I'm Falkner, the Violet City Pokemon Gym Leader. People say you can clip flying-type Pokemon's wings with a jolt of electricity…I won't allow such insults to bird Pokemon! I'll show you the real power of the magnificent bird!" exclaimed the confident Gym Leader, who was prepared to battle Kyro using two of his best flying-type Pokemon.
First, Falkner used a level 7 Pidgey in hopes of defeating Kyro's Pokemon. Thanks to Spout new Water Gun attack, and his reliable Scratch, this battle was a short one. The level 9 Pidgeotto that Falkner used next was a bit more difficult to defeat, but Kyro was persistent once again and soon emerged the winner!
It wasn't long before Falkner's Pokemon were defeated. Spout's hard work boosted it to level 13, and Kyro was awarded the ZephyrBadge, which could be used to increase the attack power of Kyro's Pokemon. The ZephyrBadge would also allow some of Kyro's Pokemon to learn HM05 (Flash).
"Darn! My dad's cherished bird Pokemon…all right…take this. It's the Official Pokemon League ZephyrBadge. Here, take this, too," Falkner said, as he handed Kyro a TM31. This particular TM, or Technical Machine, would allow Kyro to teach one of his ground-type Pokemon the mighty Mud Slap attack.

"There are Pokemon Gyms in the cities and towns ahead," added Falkner. "You should test your skills at these gyms."

Kyro was victorious! He had earned his very first Official Pokemon League Badge. Professors Oak and Elm would be extremely proud of him.

* * *

In fact, Kyro's cell phone rang as soon as he exited the gym. Professor Elm was calling. "Hello, Kyro? We discovered something about the egg. My assistant is at the Pokemon Center in Violet City. Could you talk to him?" asked the Professor. Of course, Kyro agreed and made his way toward the city's Pokemon Center. He needed to go there and replenish the health of his Pokemon anyway.
Instead of going directly to the Pokemon Center, however, Kyro decide to take a detour and visit the nearby Sprout Tower. This was a extremely tall building where some of the city's top trainers came to enhance their skills and learn more about Pokemon. By speaking with several of the people inside the tower, Kyro discovered he'd earn an HM if he reached the top of the tower
Believing that this was a challenge he could conquer, he began making his way up the stairs inside the tower. The building turned out to be a massive maze filled with opponents! The first obstacle he faced was a trainer known as Sage Nico. He had three Pokemon on-hand, including a level 3 Bellsprout, with which he challenged Kyro.
Kyro continued to explore the tower after this battle, making his way up various staircases. Along the way, he picked up several Poke Balls, which contained power-ups such as Parlyz Heal .
Kyro soon encountered an older trainer known as Sage Chow. Upon beating his Pokemon, something wonderful happened to Spout—it instantly evolved from a Totodile into a Croconaw upon reaching level 14! Because Spout now had flame resistant rough skin, it could withstand any type of fire attack. Spout's new Hydro Pump attack also proved to be one of that few opposing Pokemon of any type could withstand.
As Kyro kept climbing upward within the tower, he encountered several more trainers, including Sage Edmond, Sage Jin, Sage Neal, and Sage Troy. Kyro defeated them all and finally reached the top of the tower, where he saw an elder talking to Xander.
Xander, the young brown-haired thief he'd encountered earlier near Professor Elm's house, didn’t want to hear the older trainer talk about being kind to Pokemon. After making several disrespecting comments to both Kyro and the Elder, Xander used an Escape Rope and disappeared.
"So good of you to come here. Sprout Tower is a place of training. People and Pokemon test their bonds to build a bright future together. I am your final test," said the elder, who was known as Sage Li. With that, a battle ensued.
Sage Li tossed out a level 7 Bellsprout, while Spout tapped the power of his Scratch and Hydro Pump attacks. After three consecutive Pokemon battles, Sage Li acknowledged defeat and presented Kyro with Flash (HM05). Meanwhile, Spout had reached level 16. "Flash illuminates even the darkest of places. But to use it out of battle, you need the badge from Violet's Gym ," said Sage Li.
Kyro was in luck! He already had the Official Pokemon League Badge he needed. Now, he could teach one of his Pokemon the Flash move, and then begin exploring any dark pace he came upon.
Sitting to the left of Sage Li was an Escape Rope, which Kyro grabbed and added to his inventory. Then he retraced his steps and exited the massive tower. After making a quick stop at the nearby Poke Mart to buy some power-ups, including a few potions, Kyro decided to leave Violet City

Traveling south Kyro was stopped by a trainer who seemed out of breath. "Wait up!" he cried. " Some guy wearing black glasses was looking for you. See for yourself. He's waiting for you at the Pokemon Center." Kyro had almost forgotten about Professor Elms call! It was unlike the young trainer to forget something so important. He had clearly gotten caught up in the excitement of beating Falkner.
Kyro decided to immediately return to Violet City's Pokemon Center. Once inside, he was greeted by one of Professor Elms assistants.
"Kyro, long time. no see. Professor Elm asked me to find you. He has another favor to ask . Would you take this Pokemon Egg?" asked the lab assistant. When Kyro replied " Yes," he was handed a special egg. "We discovered that Pokemon will not hatch until it grows inside the egg. It also has to be with other active Pokemon to hatch. Kyro, you’re the only person we can rely on. Please call Professor Elm when the egg hatches!"
Professor Elm's assistant ran off as soon as he finished giving Kyro instructions on how to care for the egg. Now Kyro was ready to leave the city and continue his quest. He soon came upon a wild level 6 Mareep, which he decided to catch. Once he captured this Pokemon, he'd be able to teach it Flash. Using this skill, the Mareep would be able to light up any dark cave, allowing Kyro to explore these gloomy places.
After some additional exploration, Kyro came upon the entrance to Union Cave. The entrance was like a huge, dark, and creepy tunnel. Once inside, Kyro was challenged by a handful of opponents, all of whom specialized in training rock-type Pokemon. The young trainer then continued wandering through this maze-like area, and used repels to keep many wild Pokemon from attacking.
Kyro finally emerged from the dark and clammy cave and found himself along Route 33. He walked to the west and soon met someone who was dresses like a police officer. He was guarding Slowpoke Well. "It's unsafe to go in there, so I'm standing guard," said the officer as Kyro walked by. Just to the west of the well was the entrance to Azalea Town.
This town was pretty big, which meant that the town would have a Gym. If Kyro were able to beat the Gym Leader who resided there, he'd earn a second Official Pokemon League Badge. The eager trainer became very excited as he considered this possibility.
Kyro soon discovered that the door to the Azalea Town Gym was being guarded and he was not allowed to enter. He decided it would be a good idea to explore the town and see the local sights instead.

In the northwest corner of the town, Kyro went inside a house and introduced himself to a man who was working inside. "You want me to make some Poke Balls?" he asked. "Sorry, but that will have to wait. Do you know Team Rocket? Ah, don't worry. I'll tell you anyhow. Team Rocket is an evil gang that uses Pokemon for their dirty work. They were supposed to have disbanded three years ago. Anyway, they're at the well, cutting off the tails of Slowpoke and selling them for profit. So, I'm going to give them a lesson in pain! Hang on, Slowpoke, Old Kurt is on his way!"
The man ran out of the house with Kyro close behind. If Team Rocket was really back, maybe that person standing guard at Slowpoke Well wasn’t a police officer after all. Maybe he was a Rocket member in disguise! With this in mind, Kyro raced back to the well. Kyro knew all about the evil exploits of Team Rocket, having read up on Ash's adventures, which included putting a stop to this group's notorious plans three years ago.
Nobody was guarding the entrance to the Slowpoke Well this time around, so Kyro went inside. He soon found Kurt, who had fallen into the well and hurt himself. Kurt asked Kyro to explore the well for him, The young trainer accepted the challenge, knowing that members of Team Rocket could be lurking anywhere.
He quickly stumbled upon several sinister looking Team Rocket members, each of whom challenged Kyro and his Pokemon to battles. One by one, Kyro temporarily defeated each rival that he encountered.
When he reached the deepest and most secluded area of the well, Kyro met a Team Rocket member adversary who explained, " Yeah, Team Rocket was broken up three years ago. But we continued our activities underground. Now you can have fun watching us stir up trouble!"
Just as the evil gangster used an Escape Rope and disappeared, Kurt came running in. "Way to go, Kyro!" he exclaimed. "Team Rocket has taken off. My back is better, too. Let's get out of here." Kurt pulled out a Escape Rope, and suddenly transported back to Kurt's house.
"You handled yourself like a real hero at the well. I like your style," said Kurt. "I would be honored to make balls for a trainer like you," As a reward for temporarily stopping Team Rocket's sinister plans, Kurt gave Kyro a Lure Ball. This item would make it easier to catch wild Pokemon by fishing.

* * *

Kyro then left Kurt's house for Azalea Town. After visiting the Pokemon Center there, in order to replenish the health of his trusty Pokemon, Kyro was ready to face the Azalea Town Gym Leader.
This time the door was wide open when he approached the gym. Bugsy was the Gym Leader here. He specialized in training bug-type Pokemon. To reach him, however, Kyro first had to defeat several trainers who were gad at wok perfecting their Pokemon fighting skill in the gym.
During these battle, Kyro encountered several varieties of bug-type Pokemon that he'd never seen before. Several of these Pokemon, like Spinarak, were powerful and were actually able to weaken Spout in battle. To keep his Pokemon partner from fainting, Kyro needed to use several Potions. Ultimately, however, he was victorious!
Kyro eventually encountered Bugsy right in the middle of the gym. "I never lose when it comes to bug Pokemon. My research s going to make me the authority on bug Pokemon. Let me demonstrate what I've learned from my studies!" said the Gym Leader
The green-haired trainer had three bug-type Pokemon at his disposal: a level 14 Metapod, a level 14 Kakuna and a level 16 Scyther. The ensuing battle was difficult, but Spout, who was now at level 22, used Scratch, Water Gun, and Hydro Pump attacks to eventually defeat these adversaries.
After seeing his final Pokemon faint, Bugsy stated, "Woah, amazing! You're an expert on Pokemon. My research isn't complete yet. OK, you win. Take this badge."
Kyro was given the Hive Badge, his second Official Pokemon League Badge. This would help ensure that his Pokemon under level 30 would obey him. It would also allow him to teach one of his Pokemon Cut (HM01)—once this special HM was obtained. As a special gift, Bugsy also presented Kyro with TM49 (Fury Cutter), which could be taught to any of his bug-type Pokemon.
With his newest Official Pokemon League Badge in hand, Kyro exited the gym. he decided to take a rest at the nearby Pokemon Center before continuing on his adventure. Upon leaving Azalea Town, one of the villagers suggested that Kyro visit Charcoal Man in order to obtain Cut.
Just as he was about to search for Charcoal Man, however, Xander came running up to challenge Kyro and challenged him to yet another battle. Xander used a level 12 Gastly, a level 16 Bayleef, and a level 14 Zubat, but these were no match for Kyro's level 23 Croconaw and the other Pokemon in his collection.
After Kyro managed to defeat Xander yet again, the black-haired trainer vowed to defeat all weak Pokemon and their trainers. This included everyone involved with Team Rocket. He then ran off, toward Ilex Forest.
Kyro would soon follow, but first he decided to locate Charcoal Man, so that he could obtain Cut.
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