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Lammy Flintelle

A novice Trainer who seeks to better herself as she journeys. Also the track star at her school. She adores her Pokemon, and dislikes anything she considers particularly unclean.

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Trainer Card
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Name: Lammy Cancrelove Flintelle
Gender: Female
ID Number: 013653

Money (On Hand): ₽8,660
Battle Style: Timid Style

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Equipment
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1x X Defense
An item that doubles the Defense of a Pokemon.

1x X Sp. Def
An item that doubles the Special Defense of a Pokemon.

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Pokemon - On Hand
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Magne (Magnemite) - Starter
Amonis (Omanyte) - Befriended
Rasect (Paras) - Befriended
Mouff (Skuntank) - Acquired in trade for Wobbuffet.

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Pokemon - Other (Temporary; Limited)
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Adelaide (Pheromosa) - Family friend; mother figure.
Zoltan (Malamar) - Family business partner; godparent.
Node (Electrode) - Borrowed from father.

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Pokemon - Former (Traded Away; Released)
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Aegir (Wobbuffet) - Traded to father for Skuntank.

So begins...

Lammy Flintelle's Story

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A pair of binoculars in hand, a young woman in a black two-piece swimsuit, and black sandals, was scouring the waters for anything unusual.

"I can surely find what is called a "Mareanie" here, right Zoltan?"

Her question was aimed at a Malamar watching the horizon with minor interest, his attention far more occupied by the woman herself, and on other Trainers, almost as if scheming.

"Something tells me, Lammy, that we will not discover any on this particular beachfront. Not without swimming out a ways to any coral reef. Of course, you could send myself to look for you. You also do have two other Pokemon as well; the one I helped you catch, on my recommendation after all, is not to be overlooked. Surely Aegir could be of use, with his abilities to prevent one fleeing? I doubt Node will serve much purpose at the moment. The one you started with will not help in the water."

Lammy thought critically on it for a moment.

"Then, I-I should brave the water? I can swim out there! With you, I can do anything!"

Seeing how pumped she was, Zoltan moved a tentacle to cover a laugh.

"She's still ever the foolish girl. It cannot be helped however, she is critical to my backup plans should anything go amiss. This cover is very delightful to have, however. Such convenience."

Lammy looked ready to go into the water, assuming something or someone did not distract her.

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"Out for an evening swim, eh?"

The voice that would cut across her own elation was a young one and wrought with a light air. The boy that voice belonged to also represented that carefree attitude as he sauntered onto the beach and approached the girl. That was, if his black shirt and orange flower-covered board shorts didn't accentuate that fact enough. Regardless, he was smiling and looked clearly relaxed, his hands behind his head as he stood on one leg, the other providing support behind him.

"Gotta be careful at this hour," he went on, now looking past the girl and towards the ocean, "My Gramps always told me the Sharpedos were more active when the sun sets. But I think if you don't go too far out, you'll be fine."

He turned and looked at her, all kinds of easy-going happiness radiating off his evening sun-lit face, "Name's Hau, by the way!"

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"Ahh! Y-yes!" Lammy seemed surprised. "Hi Hau... My name is Lammy. I like swimming every now and then. It was by a beach that I met my Malamar, who was my first Pokemon I ever caught beyond my starter. My dad gave my that starter, but I w-wanted to aim higher."

As she smiled, the Malamar watched Hau with intrigue. He put on his friendliest face as he did so. As distinguished in some areas as he was, his Trainer was thus also part of his carefully maintained facade, and such he made sure always to play the part.

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Hau's eyes flared as his expression represented nothing short of awe, "Woah! That one's pretty cool, actually! You said it was a Malamar, right?" Hau took in the Psychic-Type squid-like creature. From the way it was floating in the air to the two appendages by it's side that almost looked like arms, it practically screamed awesomeness to him. It seemed innocent enough for him in nature, but Hau could tell that it carried a lot of power within. A part of that excited him.

"So your father gave you him?" he turned lack to Lammy, the biggest grin on his face, "That's really cool of him! I take it you're not from here, cause we don't have cool creatures like him. Where are you guys from?"

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Lammy nodded at the praise, blushing a bit from shyness.

"We moved here from Kalos... My dad said the business prospects were better here, since he's a biologist, and Alola has a lot of natural life and local Pokemon. I do believe Malamar do exist here..."

As Lammy seemed to recover some confidence, the Malamar nodded, as if confirming her comment.

"I believe they are called Inkay... I think. My dad said they intrigued him."

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Hau shifted his stance, putting one foot behind the other and placing his hands behind his head. That grin was ever so present, "No kidding, huh? I didn't know that! I've never seen one before no, I think I'll take it under consideration when I build my team again. Where can I-"

A small noise coming from the northwest interrupted and Hau turned around out of natural curiosity to see what it was. What he saw made his smile disappear from his face and his eyes widen in fear. A large plume of green energy was rising into the atmosphere, adding a greenish tint to the sunset, the beach, and everyone on it. The sickly green light continued to climb until it hit the wall that was the atmosphere's limits and began spreading.

"Demobreath..." was the only word Hau stated. It was filled with dread. He turned back to Lammy and grabbed her hand, not asking for her consent while the tone in his voice represented urgency, "We have to get inside. Now!"

He started running for the Pokemon Center at breakneck pace, dragging the scientist's daughter behind him.

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Lammy squealed as she was suddenly dragged along, not able to react with any sort of composure. Managing to but grab a Poke Ball, she held it out towards the Malamar, who intentionally activated it, putting himself inside as Hau no doubt was making a breakneck pace.

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In the beach, Gary's head popped out of the sand. He blinked, and yawned. Then, he saw the two humans walking nearby. He rubs his eyes and looks again. Yup, still there. He clamoured out of the sand and rinsed the sand off in the ocean. Then, he walked toward the humans.

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Hau'oli City was in a state of motion. Many Pokemon Trainers were either rushing outside to see what was causing the eerie glow while others were rushing inside because they knew what was causing the eerie glow. Mostly tourists were out and about still, peering over the water or up into the sky to gape at the beam of energy while locals were beckoning them to come inside. Either way, the people and Pokemon were quite active, leaving the city hustling and bustling at an unusual point in the day. The wildings were flying into the woods in large flocks or groups, panicked by myths and legends experienced or told. And with the greenish tint added to the scenery, it set a tone for the people spectating, a common feeling rippling through the population...unease.

Ignoring the Garchomp's progression, Hau wasted no time dodging and weaving through the crowded streets as he made his way into the bright, fluorescent lights of the Pokemon Center, a harshly white light that seemed to cut through the queasy twilight outside. The 12-year old boy was panting, hands on his knees as he slowly turned to Lammy.

"We'll be safe...in here...for the night," he replied through heavy breaths, "Trust me."




Night time fell upon the people of Hau'oli City and tension with it. Hau and Lammy weren't the only ones to take refuge within the Pokemon Center as a number of tourists and a few locals were packed in there like sardines. There wasn't much room to move around, even with the nurses telling everyone to keep their Pokemon in their PokeBalls to conserve space. Eventually, people took to the floors, growing tired from their standing. The constant clamoring of conversation about the event had long died off, replaced by a few whispers here and there and mostly grim faces. Everyone glanced outside at least every few minutes, seeing if the green light had faded. Some were fascinated by it, watching it intensify at certain points and the recede, as if it was constantly being fired in different directions...like a battle was taking place. No one dared to step outside to see if someone dared to challenge the might of Demonbreath, for fear of seeing something they didn't want to.

Hau sat across from Lammy, not talking. He'd already filled her in on what he knew about the creature...the large Dragonite that used to plague the Wela Volcano and the environment around it, terrorizing everyone who came near. He told her about the many attempts to capture the beast by those who were brave enough to march up the igneous rock-filled slope only for those brave fools to meet their demise. He'd already explained the beast's mysterious disappearance one night, the unknown identity of the people and/or Pokemon that strode after Demonbreath and drove it away from it's home, slain on Ula'ula and never to be seen again apart from a few bones resting on the mountainside. He told her he didn't know how this was possible or even if it was indeed possible, but he'd recognize that green fire anywhere.

And then things were silent for a while. The green light actually faded and the sky returned to it's moonlit form, cascading neutral light down on the empty streets. They would stay empty for the rest of the night. No one would take the risk of walking outside to make sure Demonbreath was actually gone. The tourists who weren't sure what was going on were heavily advised to stay in their respective "shelters" until the sun came up tomorrow, most of which obliged without question while some had to take a lot of convincing.

As a result, the streets of the largest Alolan City stayed quiet until the sun rose the next morning.




Hau blinked awake at the feeling of motion around him. His eye fluttered open as he began to see many people exiting the Pokemon Center after a long and mostly restless night. The nurses and other retailers were sitting down behind the counter, exhausted after upkeeping the establishment all night. As for the tourists, they were going back to their regularly scheduled vacations, which likely involved a long nap in a hotel or on the beach. From the looks of the people's faces, it seems they were told that the threat was past.

The 12-year-old boy sighed, slowly pulling himself to his feet and groaning at the pain in his back from resting on the hard floor. Somehow, he managed to find his way to his knees and then to his feet, shaking his head as he cleared his thoughts and focused on that to do next.

Iki Town. He had to check on his home town. He had to make sure everyone was okay and that nothing had happened to his Gramps. Though he didn't hear the sounds of battle and destruction, he wanted to make sure it hadn't happened...just in case.

Without a second thought, Hau left the Pokemon Center, forgetting about Lammy as he marched down Route One and up the path towards Iki Town.

The brisk pace Hau took to getting to his hometown made the journey that much quicker and the sun was rising higher and higher in the sky. It did a good job lighting up the quaintness of Iki Town, which was fortunately not destroyed in any way, shape, or form. Hau breathed a sigh of relief and les a small smile cross over his face as he ran into the village and searched for a familiar face.

His smile would drop, however, when he found one...no, many faces. The ones he would recognize immediately of course were Hau's Grandfather and Professor Kukui's, both with surprisingly stern lines across their face. But the ones that took a second glance to notice had more impact on him. The first was Lukas's mom, eyes puffy and red with a tissue in hand. The second was a familiar Decidueye he'd battled time and time again but had yet to defeat in a standard battle...Robin.

But no Lukas.

Hau's expression went blank as he stood there, unsure of how to approach or react. It was Lukas's mom that ended up spotting the 12-year old, her spirit seeming to elate simply at the sight of the Kahuna's grandson. But her expression went dark and tormented again as she realized Hau was alone. Kukui said nothing, giving a half-hearted wave towards him, but had surprisingly little energy behind it.

Only his grandfather made the effort to step forward, steadily walking up to his grandson and embracing him in a hug...a hug with many emotions tied to it...




"You don't know that he's gone," Hau's words were tough and unwavering, yet full of hope and optimism.

"I'd like to think that too," Hala said flatly, "But if he had indeed gone after Demonbreath, then I fear the worst may have happened."

"You know what it was capable of," Kukui added, leaning forward on the table with his hands crossed in front of him, "You know how many trainers tried to wrangle that beast."

"But those trainers weren't Lukas!" Hau shot back, shooting up from his own chair, "Every time I battled him, I could feel it...that unwavering determination he had in every breath...that smart twinkle in his eye that told me he had a trick up his sleeve...that unstoppable spirit he shared with his Pokemon every time he called a move. I know him inside and out. If there was any trainer that was capable of bringing down Demonbreath, it was him!" He slammed his fist down, his mind visibly racing as he closed his eyes and sharpened his brows.

"I can't accept that he was just taken out. I can't do it." Now there was a bit more tremble in his voice as all the emotions he had fought back since yesterday all came to a head. He was slowly losing that battle. He closed his eyes, fighting back the tears.

"Hau," Kahuna Hala's words were soft as he got up from his own chair and approached his grandson, "I know this is pretty hard to accept. Even a part of me doesn't want to accept it. But I looked out across that ocean and watched those green flames leave the sky. I know they weren't out of victory. Someone or something had to have taken Demonbreath down, probably laying their life down for the good of us all. There's only one person I can think of who would be willing to charge towards the sound of danger and that's our Champion."

"Hey little man," The professor offered an encouraging smile, "He couldn't have known about the dangers. He didn't have the warning we all had."

That did little to ebb the wave of sadness washing over the Kahuna's grandson, who was now full on crying. Hala wrapped him up in a comforting hug.

"Lukas had done a brave thing," he told Hau, "He did something no one has ever done before and saved everyone in Alola...again. We owe a lot to him and his sacrifice will not be forgotten. He will be celebrated with a memorial as grand as a Kahunas."

Hau said nothing for a while before finally nodding.

"There will be time to mourn," Kukui scratched the stubble of his beard as he glanced outside the window of the Kahuna's house, towards Hau'oli City below, "But right now, we need to get things back on track. I've already got in touch with Libby and asked her to return. She has not gotten back to me yet, but something tells me she will return. In the meantime, we need an interim Champion to act in Lukas's place until someone can take down the Elite Four and earn their spot."

"We were thinking that you could be that interim Champion," Hala said, causing Hau to glance up at him with confusion.

"What?" he asked, "You want me to act as Champion in Lukas's place?"

"Of course," Kukui's smile returned as he walked over to Hau, "You're one of the strongest trainers in Alola! That's unquestionable. And unlike other possible candidates for this job, you're the only one who wouldn't be taken from some other duty."

"But you were the one Lukas challenged to become Champion in the first place," Hau protested, "Why can't you do it?"

"That was before you had proven yourself more than capable against the Elite Four," Kukui replied, "Besides, I can't do the same thing twice. That just isn't my style."

Hau turned to Hala, "Gramps, you're one of the strongest trainers I know. Can't you be the Champion? You're already in the Elite Four."

"Actually," Gramps said with a hint of revelation, "I was thinking of retiring from the Elite Four."

"You are?" Hau was once again shocked, "But why?"

"I'm getting too old to be keeping watch over this region," Hala admitted, glancing out the window, "It's kind of like what Kahuna Nanu said when we offered him a spot in the Elite Four. The Tapu choose me to keep an eye over Melemele Island, but that doesn't mean I have to maintain a post as a gateway to some of the most elite trainers."

"But who's gonna replace you?"

"I was thinking Molayne. That man spends all his time with Sophocles, who's growing up. It'll give him something else to do besides taking care of a genius."

Professor Kukui was shaking his head, "This is everything you've wanted to be. Why won't you accept it?"

All Hau did was shake his head back, "I didn't want to become Champion like this. I wanted to earn it."

"Hau," Kukui spoke with conviction that cut through the 12-year old boy, "You have earned this."

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Gary poked his head in the open window. He looked around, and tried climbing through. He ended up slipping and falling on the kitchen floor. There was a large clamor as he toppled over. Everyone in the house heard this, so Gary hid in the broom closet. He held the door closed, but still could not fit properly, and the door was left slightly ajar. There was also broken dishes and sand on the floor, which made an absolute mess.

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The roar of a Charizard in the skies above Iki Town punctuated a bunch of sentimentality before two women disembarked.

"Wow! That was amazing!" raved the younger brunette, dressed in a Pokéball trucker-style cap that let out a long curly ponytail, a black vest over a white T-shirt, cutoff blue jean shorts, and sturdy pink-tinted hiking boots. "Is it true that Hidden Machines are just regular TMs here as well?"

"That's right," said the older one, with straighter hair, steel-blue eyes, and a greasy pair of yellow coveralls that was trying to hide a limp as they walked up the stairs to the ceremonial stage where everyone was gathered. "Looks like there's a veritable who's who on this island...holy shit, Kahuna Hala. I don't know what happened out there, but it involved that gout of green flames, and it was fucking huge. Was that the Master Blaster thingy you were telling me about?"

"Nope. The Blaster was bigger than that...though not by much. Plus it's a machine, that was a Pokémon. And we really need to get you to a hospital, you've been walking funny ever since the cave-in."

"If I can still travel, it's not bad enough that I need to turn myself in," snapped the older and curvier woman even as she had to lean against the younger one for a second as they came up the steps.

"Urusai. First things first. You go sit down." The younger of the duo had an announcement to make as she took the stage.

"All right! It's clear that we all want answers from what happened out there! Who's got the big and brassy nerves to come with us and find out?!"

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