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located in Oak Leaf Academy, a part of Oak Leaf Pokemon Trainer Academy, one of the many universes on RPG.

Oak Leaf Academy



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Character Portrait: Matthew Carpenter Character Portrait: Emma Kiernan
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Good news: Matt got to skip the test. Bad news: It was because he still had to win a battle. Off to detention. Or something like it. After being forced to return his loaned Ferroseed, it was off to the gulag again. Granted, the older kids picked on him a lot because it was an easy win, but this was different.

It started with having to run laps while trying to rattle off the answers to various trivia problems. Things like how Ice beats Dragon and whether Charizard was faster than Blastoise. He hadn't earned his trainer license yet because he hadn't shown the necessary level of competence required to handle Pokemon responsibly. Caring and feeding was all well and good, but being unable to navigate a battle? He'd never get anywhere in life like that!

His legs were rubber. Finally, he got one wrong about the fastest Pokemon native to Kanto. "Voltorb! No, Electrode...GAH!" And there was the punishment. A brief electric shock. One would think that special ed would be a thing in the technologically advanced world of Pokemon. This was sadly not the case at Oak Leaf Academy. The kid was weeping on the track, only to be hauled off to the time-out room.