Odemon #739

This is how the story of Crabrawler goes
Alone at the bottom their life was woes
But they had a dream to reach the top
Stand tall above everyone and never stop
Despite dizzying depths they went out
And beat Buneary in their first bout
Their Dizzy Punch then did unfurl
Even beating Spinda, the panda of twirl
They got Dynamic and threw a Punch
To beat Machop and the rest of the bunch
Golett no problem, they hammered down
And rose the ranks in this fighting town
They Powered Up their Punch to beat the aura
Past Lucario their name did soar a-
-round the world and soon they faced
The boxing champ whose fists made haste
But Hitmonchan couldn’t stop their rise
Crabrawler won and took the prize
They stood up taller than all the rest
This crab proved that they were the best
But then a challenger, through a portal
Came Buzzwole here to fight this mortal
Crabrawler was prepared to fight this beast
But dissater struck to say the least
Crabrawler fought so often and hard
Their pincers detached, catching them off-guard
But quickly calling for a time-out
To wait another day for the bout
Crabrawler trained and with proper maintenance
Their claws grew back; the fight could commence
Crabrawler defended and threw a punch
But Buzzwole laughed, it was not much
The giant bug was just too strong
Crabrawler couldn’t keep it up for long
A strategy they needed quick
To stay on top and not be licked
To stay on top–yeah, that’s the way
Crabrawler skittered back into the fray
They dodged a punch then up they climbed
Atop Buzzwole’s head they were primed
To win it all with scathing taunt
They dared Buzzwole; Crabrawler’s vaunt
Did the trick and Buzzwole punched
And just before the crab was lunch
They went against their natural urge
And leapt straight down to the winner emerge
As Buzzwole punched not the crab; instead
They knocked out cold their own head
Buzzwole fell, Crabrawler climbed on
Declared the winner of Pokemon
Climbed to the highest of the ranks
This story’s now over, so, thanks

-Odemon #739 Crabrawler

Odemon #320

It wasn’t supposed to go this way.
He’d lived on land years ago. He remembered. Well, maybe the memories were older than his entire life, but he still remembered them.
Wailmer looked at the sand below him. It hurt to be on it. It hurt to not be in the water.
He looked up at the tree above with the funny yelling tiny creature.
“Get off of my lawn!” Crabrawler shouted from atop the tree. “You’re not supposed to be here! You belong in the water with the other Waters! We don’t like your kind here! Get on outta here!”
“Excuse me sir,” Wailmer said. “But I am supposed to be here. I used to live here.”
“That’s ridiculous! You live in the water, boy. Don’t make me come down there. You don’t want me to come down there! I don’t want me to go down there, either.”
Wailmer shifted on the sand. “If I could just…” He shifted his face up, his back towards the ocean. If he could shoot a jet of water out the nostrils on his back he could propel himself further inland where he needed to go.
He sprayed the jet of water, but it only sent him rolling forward, shoving his face into the itchy sand.
“Blagh! Spraying me with water, are you?” Crabrawler said. “Durn hooligan. I’m coming down there!”
“No, no, you don’t– Sorry,” Wailmer said, “it was an accident.” He peered up at the Crabrawler, a third his height but winding up his claw for a punch.
“Gonna get you offa here if I gotta do it myself.”
“No, wait,” Wailmer said, “no-no-no-no the other– the other way!” Crabrawler walloped Wailmer with a punch that sent the Ball Whale Pokemon flying through the air like a shooting star until he splashed into the ocean, the beach barely a shadow on the horizon from there.
Wailmer rolled on the ocean surface. He looked in the direction of the land.
“Well, not doing that again.”
Anyway he did it again the next day.

-Odemon #320 Wailmer

Pokemon Moon Comic 41-50: Refreshing Glass of Bugbus

It’s been a while since the last posting of these. Not doing the dayjob now means I have more time, but working heavily on the novels means I have less time. My schedule showed I should’ve had comic 50 done a week ago, since I want to do three a week… Anyway, in this group we get a couple evolutions (including one of the best gen 7 Pokemon), some new team members, and a trial. Also I would legit pay $60 for a Hey You, Wooper! game.