Odemon #763

Kick! Kick! Kick! With boisterous laughter echoing through the forest, Tsareena repeatedly kicked the Weedle she had just defeated in battle, laughing at the little bug as it was unable to do anything but take it.
A few trees away, a group of Pokemon watched.
“Okay, that’s just excessive,” Scrafty said. “And that’s coming from me!”
“Gotta say, I feel like someone should teach her a lesson,” Hitmontop said. “Stop her always doing this.”
Hitmonlee stepped forward. “I’ll do it. I’m the strongest kicker.”
“No way, dude, I got the sweet kicks,” Scrafty said.
“Mon, I’m way more stylish than either of you, I should do it,” Hitmontop said.
Blaziken stepped forward. “I have Fire kicks,” he said. “I will be stronger against her.”
“I got Fire kicks too!” Hitmonlee said.
They all argued, shouting about the best kicker and how anyone could have Fire kicks if they just set their foot on fire.
Lopunny sighed. Those four weren’t getting anywhere. Tsareena was still kicking Weedle.
The Rabbit Pokemon ran forward. “Hey, jerk!” she shouted. Tsareena turned and got a kick to the face from Lopunny, knocking her to the ground.
“You don’t kick somebody while they’re down,” Lopunny said. Tsareena flipped up and spun at Lopunny, and the two fought.
The four dude Pokemon stopped arguing when they saw the fight. Hitmonlee shouted, “Cat fight!”
The fight stopped and they looked at the others. Everyone stepped away from Hitmonlee.
Tsareena and Lopunny beat up Hitmonlee instead.

-Odemon #763 Tsareena

Odemon #526

A scream pierced the silent night. The quick patter of small footsteps suggested the panic of someone fleeing. Behind came a regular set of soft thuds like hammers hitting the spongy dirt covered in dewy grass. Hammers chasing after the more light-footed presence, though not falling behind.
The light-footed Lopunny turned as she fled from the bulky monster behind her.
“Aha, my dear,” said the Gigalith, “you can’t escape me, you might think a Gigalith to be slow, but I am Draculith, and vampires are much faster!
The Lopunny skidded to a halt and held up a hand at the Gigalith, prompting Draculith to halt as well.
“Hold on a second,” she said, “why the fig are you a vampire? You’re a Gigalith! You’re a figgin rock monster!”
“Er, uh, well.” Draculith peered down. “Just look at my teeth! Just look at these proturding fangs! They are nothing clearer than vampire fangs.”
“But what do you even need blood for?”
“Have you never heard of the phrase, “you cannot get blood from a stone”?
The first rays of dawn’s light shone over the horizon.
“Aha! Got you,” the Lopunny said. “I distracted you long enough for–” She groaned as Draculith began to sparkle. “Stupid teen romance novels. I forgot vampires just sparkle now.”
“Ah, more than that, my dear.” Draculith glowed. “I’m still a Gigalith! I’m a walking solar energy producer. I absorb sunlight in these crystals, and then…” Draculith discharged a ball of light at the Lopunny, knocking her to the ground.

-Odemon #526 Gigalith