Pokémon VS Digimon: Digital Deathmatch (RP)

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David began to become increasingly more agitated mumbling something about how in some guys bizarre adventure that would have totally worked.
Mokumon looked worriedly at his Tamer "Hey, uh, boss... what should I do right now?"
David looked into the little lights of the critter that served as its eyes, after a couple seconds he lowered his head in defeat "Mokumon, come over here. I've got something that will do the trick"
He pulled out a red and white spherical object and threw it on the ground, after a flash of light an orange monkey with a flame for a tail "Chimchar, you've been itching for a battle haven't you? Sorry it took so long."
The Chimchar was ecstatic, it had been a year since David had received him as a starter but due to trouble with school and other things he hadn't really done any battling.
"Okay, your opponent is that Bukamon over there" David said as he pointed to the Digimon, he proceeded to order the Chimchar to use leer to weaken the Bukamon.
 

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Sorry for taking so long, I was hoping Clawwer would post. Anyway, on with the show.

On command, Kuramon retreated behind Celia and watched as Totodile materialized to take its place. The DemiVeemon paused for a moment, briefly puzzled at the sight of this unfamiliar creature, but quickly shook it off to catch its opponent while it was still getting its bearings.

"Pop Attack!" it yelled again, launching itself forward.

The attack hit its mark with decent force, sending Totodile sliding back a few inches, but the tiny blue lizard was otherwise barely fazed and stood ready to strike on Celia's command. The Digivice was unable to read its status, but if she were to scan it with her Pokédex, Celia would find that it held on strong at 90.5% health.

The Bukamon was perplexed at the appearance of Chimchar, also unfamiliar with this entity which was clearly not a Digimon. But a battle was a battle, and it went into action the moment the flaming monkey came out of its Poké Ball.

"Bubbles!" Bukamon cried, expelling a steady stream of bubbles from its mouth.

Although the attack found its mark, a Pokédex scan would reveal that it was not super-effective, contrary to what one might have expected. However, the attack did share its Digimon's attribute, meaning that it received the Same-Type Attack Bonus (unlike DemiVeemon, who had no attribute), so its power was fairly strong all the same.

A little bruised but still itching for a fight, Chimchar opened the new round as David had ordered, staring the Bukamon down with an intense Leer. Unnerved, Bukamon floated a few inches backward, its guard lowered somewhat.

"I-I'm not afraid of you!" it stammered. "Bubbles!"

Another jet of bubbles shot toward Chimchar. Once more, the attack found its mark, albeit with slightly less power than before. The bright orange chimp was beginning to show signs of wear, but still had plenty of energy left at 63.2% health.

Poromon remained airborne, still waiting to see what Pearce would do.

* * * * *

Elsewhere, another computer monitor lit up as two more Digivices materialized. This time, it was the Harwick twins, Oliver and Marjorie, who would have to work out what to do with them.
 

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Oliver dashed inside the family home with a grin. He remembered not to slam the door, but didn't wipe his shoes on the doormat. As he was headed to the stairs he noticed that the study entrance was open.
"Hey, sis! You should come and see," he called to his twin, "The move tutor is crawling around trying to teach Mimic to someone's Ekans."
Marjorie glanced up from the computer screen. "Maybe later," she replied briefly before continuing to click.
"Oh, you're playing Digimon again?" Oliver went over to watch. He did not have the patience to play himself, but he thought the creatures in the game generally looked awesome and even recognized a few. "What's that one called?" He pointed too quickly and accidentally poked the monitor. There was a bright flash. He put up a hand against the glare. Something appeared in his palm.
After jumping from the chair in surprise, Marjorie's eyes widened. "What did you do, Ollie?" She immediately suspected that the mysterious object she was suddenly holding was a mechanical doodad from her parents' PC. She checked for signs of damage.
Oliver ignored her as he recognized the Digivice right away. Something from the cartoon he watched every weekday, but how did it get there? The more he pondered, the less he cared about the details, and his excitement grew.
He faced the device toward the monitor's screen, which displayed the game world. If this worked, he thought, Marjie would probably freak out. There was fun to be had either way. "Digigate open!"
Marjorie looked up from the computer wiring just in time to see Ollie vanish. She got a bad feeling and froze for a bit, trying to process what she had witnessed. She thought about calling someone. The police? Her parents? Technical support? Would anyone else believe her? After another moment she decided, and ran to her room to pick up her gear.
Back in her parents' office, she nervously repeated the phrase she had heard her brother exclaim. "Digigate open?"
 

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David looked on with frustration at the fact that Chimchar had lost that much health, but he was also confused that it wasn't very effective
"Huh, do Digimon not have any elemental weaknesses and strengths? If it were a Pokémon that would have been super effective..."
He had to take a moment to fully analyse the current situation "Should I keep Chimchar in the field, now that his defense is down Mokumon may be able to hurt him a bit more, or..."
The tamer had come up with a new plan that he considered more effective, he decided to order his Chimchar to use Leer once more to lower the defence of the aquatic creature.
That way he could make certain that Mokumon could beat him and possibly gain more experience for landing the final blow.
He explained his plan to Chimchar and Mokumon: he would Have Chimchar use one last Leer before returning him to his Poké ball so that he could then have Mokumon attack the Bukamon for increased damage.
 

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Seeing that her Digivice wasn't able to scan her Totodile, Celia put it away and produced her Pokédex, figuring that that might do it. Her suspiscions confirmed, Lia thought for a moment. If she won with Totodile, there was a chance that she wouldn't gain DemiVeemon's respect. But then again, she could always search for another DemiVeemon if things didn't work out...
Having reached a decision, Lia instructed, "Totodile, get it with a Scratch!"
 

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"COMMAND RECOGNIZED. ACTIVATING DIGITAL GATE."

*~-._/FILE CITY — PRIMARY VILLAGE\_.-~*

Another rumble from overhead drew Gennai's attention, alerting him to two more streaks of light arcing across the sky.

"Hmm, the Programmer's algorithm has been busy," he remarked. "Good. We need all the help we can get."

For a second time, the majority of the Fresh Digimon in the village fled inside the buildings, startled by the sound of the new arrivals approaching. But two, Popomon and Yuramon, remained behind, entranced by the golden lights as they drew closer and finally met the ground.

Oliver and Marjorie rematerialized, the lights fading away. As with the three who came before them, Gennai allowed them a moment or two to get their bearings, then slowly approached them with a gentle, friendly smile.

"Welcome, my young friends," he said, reprising the greeting he had given Celia, David and Pearce, "to the Digital World. My name is Gennai, and I'll be your guide."

*~-._/NATIVE FOREST\_.-~*

With an affirmative nod, Chimchar continued to stare down its opponent. The suspense seemed to be getting to the Bukamon, as it backed off a little more, dropping its guard further in a mild panic.

"C-come on, quit messing around!" it demanded, apparently trying to recover its confidence by acting like it was in charge. "F-fight back, you chicken! Bubbles!"

The bubble jet came forth from the dinosaur's mouth once more, striking Chimchar with as much force as before. The Pokémon stayed standing at 47.4% health, but its opponent had yet to take a single point of damage.

Totodile barely even hesitated, charging forward with claws bared. The DemiVeemon tried to avoid the attack, but the Pokémon's speed was obviously superior, slashing the In-Training Digimon across the forehead for massive damage. Strangely, despite the wound's apparent depth, there was no blood to be seen.

Still cringing in pain, the DemiVeemon gave Totodile a hard look, obviously angered by its foe's roughness. But there was something else in its eyes, too. A twinge of fear.

"Th-this is nothing!" it insisted. "I can do this all day! Pop Attack!"

Defiantly, it sprung forward once again, slamming into Totodile headfirst. As before, the little blue crocodile was momentarily stunned, but the actual damage was negligible. The tide of the battle seemed to have turned, with the DemiVeemon getting desperate at 52.6% health, while Totodile held firm at 81%.

The Poromon was starting to get tired from all the flapping it had to do to keep itself in the air. If Pearce didn't make a decision soon, it was probable that the little bird would wander off to find a safe place to rest.
 

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David grinned at how his plan was unfolding perfectly.
"Okay, Chimchar return!" he exclaimed while pointing the Poké Ball to the moderately wounded Pokémon.
He held the ball up to his head and talked to it "Take a rest buddy, you deserve it"
"Now, Mokumon use this opening to attack!" he ordered the gaseous life form just like how he had said he would.
 

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Oliver looked back and forth hurriedly as he realized that he was not where he had been a moment before. He felt a breeze and heard leaves rustling nearby. Had he walked outside without remembering? This definitely was not his backyard, though. His attention was drawn to something approaching at his feet. He'd seen Pokemon that resembled flowers before, but none like this. "Hi." He didn't expect an answer in his language, of course.
A few seconds later, Marjorie was once again beside her brother. She looked for him immediately. "Ollie! Are you okay?"
"Yeah, sure," Oliver hadn't been as keen to worry. He expected his sister would be along eventually, and there was a lot to be distracted by. "But check this place out."
Thank goodness. Marjorie wasn't sure what would happen next after the PC appeared to swirl around before her. Now somewhat relieved, she also began to take in the surroundings. She noticed Oliver was stooped over a small creature. The ground was not covered in grass and dirt, but rather a green plaid material. All around were towers of cubes decorated with simple designs. A second monster bounced up to Marjorie with a faint mewing sound. This one was purple and seemed to be covered in a thick coat. Then the realization struck her. "These are Digimon," she voiced with awe.
"What?" Oliver turned back to the red-eyed sunflower, which tilted its face in a questioning manner.
"They're Digimon," Marjorie repeated, "from the game, but they look real." She knelt down and patted the Yuramon as a test. "They feel real, too!"
Just then the siblings heard a third voice offer a greeting. The short man appeared elderly, but neither of them recognized him as a resident of the village. When he told them where they were and who he was, they both knew exactly what he was talking about, though.
Marjorie stood up quickly and regarded the stranger with a hesitant expression. Was he serious? He was saying they were in the Digital World. That would mean she was somehow inside the game. She couldn't wave it away as impossible. There were Digimon right before her eyes.
Excitement rose again in Oliver's chest as some of his suspicions were answered. The digivice he held had really brought him through the computer. This actually was that place with all the eggs. This old man wasn't just a cartoon character anymore, and neither were Digimon. He hopped forward to speak with Gennai. "Does that mean we're Digidestined?"
 

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Nodding in approval, Lia told Totodile, "Alright, keep it up! Scratch!"
She thought that the DemiVeemon's attempt at seeming tough was almost pitiful... Almost. It was still yet to be seen if this would actually cause the Digimon to respect her and her team.
 

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*~-._/FILE CITY — PRIMARY VILLAGE\_.-~*

Gennai nodded to Oliver.

"The Digital World has deemed you capable of bearing such a title," he confirmed. "Whether you accept it or not is your choice. Think hard before you make your decision—the responsibilities you will face as DigiDestined are not to be taken lightly."

He paused to catch his breath before continuing.

"But, take heart, for you shall not be facing them alone. Three others arrived ahead of you, and I expect that more will not be far behind. If you all join together, the difficulty of your task will be far less. So, will you hear what I have to say?"

*~-._/NATIVE FOREST\_.-~*

Unfortunately for David, he had no opening. He had used up his turn for that round switching Mokumon back in, and the Bukamon's superior speed enabled it to strike first on the following round as well. In effect, David had given his opponent an opening to attack twice in a row.

"Bubbles!"

The two attacks came in quick succession, piercing the smoke that made up Mokumon's body and producing thick trails of steam. It staggered backward, having sustained heavy damage, but remained upright as it prepared for its counterattack.

The difficulty being that Mokumon's only named technique was an escape tactic, and basic attacks had already proven ineffective. Then again, with Chimchar having lowered Bukamon's guard, there was a chance that Mokumon would be able to inflict some damage. At this point, what would be the harm in trying?

Steeling itself, Mokumon charged forward, aiming two of the strongest strikes it could muster towards its opponent.

....both of which missed wildly.

"Hah!" the Bukamon taunted. "What's the matter, Smokey? Your vision a little foggy?"

Things definitely weren't looking good for Mokumon, whose standing health of 38.5% was a sharp contrast to its, as yet, unscathed foe.

Celia and Totodile, on the other hand, were faring much better. The DemiVeemon's tough-guy façade was no match for the Pokémon's speed and power as claws raked skin once again, causing the baby Digimon to recoil in pain.

The look in its eyes now betrayed abject fright, perhaps even the threat of tears. Yet, it steadfastly held its ground, refusing to run.

"I....I won't give up...." it choked. "I won't give up! POP ATTACK!"

Trying its best to ignore its own pain, it charged Totodile one more time, putting all of its strength into a forceful collision that once again knocked the Pokémon back a short distance. DemiVeemon's face lit up when it saw that it had visibly bruised Totodile, but it was a short-lived victory. With DemiVeemon barely holding on at 15.8% health and Totodile still raring to go at 71.4%, the outcome of the battle was practically a foregone conclusion.
 

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David was starting to lose his patience, the terrible pun didn't do any favours as he looked angrily and menacingly at the Bukamon "Make another bad joke like that and I'll make you wish you'd have taken the attack and died..."
David looked at Mokumon and then back at the Bukamon "Did you know?... when you're in a burning house, before the fire can kill you the smoke will burn up your lungs. This is why many in that situation are practically begging to die to just end the pain.
You wouldn't want to experience that, would you?"
Without even needing the order, Mokumon went on to attack again.
 

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If there was one thing to compliment, Lia had to admire the Digimon's tenacity despite the odds. That sort of drive would make it a good addition to her team... if it decided to join at all. Beggers couldn't be choosers, after all.
Folding her arms, Lia commanded, "One more Scratch, Totodile! Finish it off!"
 

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Even as Gennai cautioned about allowing due time to think over the options, Oliver was preparing to enthusiastically accept the position of Digidestined. The next line however, caused the grin on his face to fade. Responsibility was a big word that often meant a big pain in the butt. What exactly was the old guy referring to, though? All the kids in the show had to do was travel around and help their monster buddies fight bad guys, basically the same thing as a journey with Pokémon. And Oliver had been looking forward to that for a while.
Marjorie moved up to stand beside her brother again. She didn't like when Ollie tried to speak for the both of them, but she guessed she was included as well. At least, their new guide seemed to be directing his response that way. She had heard Ollie use the term 'digidestined' when he jabbered about the Digimon cartoon. She apparently qualified as one, whatever that entailed. Just from the name, it sounded somewhat silly, but Gennai made it seem like something more dramatic. In answer to his bid to continue, she replied, "Sure. Please tell us more." She thought it would be rude not to listen. Besides, now that someone was starting to give an explanation, she was able to focus on that and calm down from the whirlpool of concerns that had begun to stir up in her mind.
Olliver didn't like when his sister tried to speak for the both of them. He certainly wasn't fond of possibly meeting a big group and being burdened with a chore either. He knew his sister wouldn't be easy to pull away now that she was interested, though. "Yeah okay," he sighed. "Tell us more."
 

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*~-._/FILE CITY — PRIMARY VILLAGE\_.-~*

"Very good, then," Gennai said with a nod. "The world you are looking at is a physical construct stored in a digital medium. What that means, in essence, is that it is more than just computer data—the Digimon are real, living creatures, capable of existing as solid matter in your world. They are much like the Pokémon you call 'Porygon', in this regard.

"This world's existence as a real place was never meant to be discovered. Unfortunately, one of your world's military organizations was able to crack the secret, and what they found is that a fully-grown Digimon is potentially far more powerful than any known Pokémon of your world."

It seemed that, true to the style of a quest-giving NPC, Gennai was programmed to repeat the same information word-for-word every time he was confronted with a new player.

"Desiring them as programmable weapons, they have dispatched an operative calling himself 'sonicstar229' into the Digital World, where he has begun infecting Digimon with a powerful virus that turns them completely loyal to him, not unlike a Black Gear or a Dark Ring. The difference is that the virus is not an external attachment that can be destroyed while sparing the Digimon; at this time, the only known way to expel such foreign code is to deresolve the Digimon, sending its data back here to Primary Village to be reborn.

"The individual responsible for this world's creation—known to us only as 'the Programmer'—did her best to combat this threat on her own, and for a short time, it seemed that she was gaining the upper hand. But, a few weeks ago, she mysteriously vanished, and sonicstar229 was able to continue virtually unopposed, if you'll excuse the pun. The Digital World itself must have sensed that the Programmer's life was in danger, and using a complex algorithm even I still don't fully understand, it selected a small group of Pokémon trainers to take her place in this fight and, even now, continues to search for more.

"The Digital World chose you because it believes you have what it takes to save it. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Defeat sonicstar229, and eliminate the influence of his virus. If you are to succeed, I believe you must master the monsters of both worlds, Pokémon and Digimon alike."

He glanced between Oliver and Marjorie with a serious expression.

"As I said, whether you take on the mantle and responsibilities of DigiDestined is your decision. I won't blame you if you choose to walk away and return home, which I will explain how to do in a moment. However, if you and the others chosen stay together and battle as one, I truly believe you can and will succeed in preserving the balance of power."


*~-._/NATIVE FOREST\_.-~*

"Not so fast, pal! Bubbles!"

Another barrage of bubbles shot forth from Bukamon's mouth, passing through Mokumon's body once again with surprising force. A moment later, a warning alarm began blaring from David's Digivice, indicating that Mokumon was almost out of stamina.

Trying its best to follow David's orders, Mokumon did the only thing it believed he could possibly have meant.

"Smoke!"

True to the attack's name, a cloud of smoke billowed out of Mokumon's body toward Bukamon, engulfing it. At once, the dinosaur began coughing uncontrollably and rubbing at its eyes.

"Gah, I can't see!" it exclaimed. "Okay, okay, I take back the 'foggy' joke! Gee whiz, get a sense of humor!"

By this point, Mokumon was completely exhausted with just 7.7% of its health remaining, and so far, all it had managed to do to its opponent was reduce its accuracy.

But for Celia and Totodile, victory was assured. Resigned to its fate, the DemiVeemon shut its eyes tightly and braced itself for the impending impact of Totodile's claws. From the Digimon's perspective, the wait seemed to last a lifetime.

And then it happened. Totodile's strike knocked DemiVeemon off its feet, and it fell to the ground, defeated. Its molecular integrity seemed to destabilize for a moment—one more blow would surely derez it. The decision rested with Celia—she could finish it off completely, or try to persuade it to join her.
 

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Indicating to her Totodile to come to her side, Lia said to the DemiVeemon, "Hey, you didn't do too badly. So get up. I could use a Digimon like you."
Immediately she thought of how demanding that sounded; friendliness wasn't ever one of her strong suits, and this would possibly mean she'd have a harder time recruiting Digimon than other people.
 

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Marjorie was having difficulty understanding what the elderly guide was trying to say at first. Her parents weren't big on computers - their occupation consisted mostly of field work - and neither was there a lot of demand for them in the village. She had only heard of Porygon mentioned in news articles. Gennai seemed to be reiterating that Digimon were alive, perhaps like Pokémon. When he showed no signs of pausing, Marjorie figured taking notes might be a good idea. She traded the digivice with the Pokétch from her vest, but stopped what she was doing upon hearing mention of the military.
Oliver slouched with his hands in his pockets. He was already tuning out, but perked up when Gennai began talking about Digimon being corrupted. He was able to pick out the jist by recognizing words that had been used in the cartoon. Basically, there was some jerk going around hurting Digimon, similar to what that criminal organization, Cipher, had done. The people in Agate always got upset when they related stories about the incident. The idea of Pokémon, and now Digimon, being abducted and experimented on made him feel angry, too.
Worry flooded back into Marjorie's thoughts. She had been in such a hurry to find Ollie, she had not much considered how they would get back. And they were allowed here to save the world? Shouldn't that be left to more-experienced trainers? She looked to her brother, expected him to be just as nervous, but this time he was the one that seemed interested.
"So we just have to beat one guy in a battle and we can save all the Digimon?" Oliver reasoned aloud, speaking more to himself than anyone else, "But we have to be Masters first?" He expected that would take a while, years even. Gennai had also said Digimon, so even longer? Digimon... Oliver's face suddenly beamed. He looked at the digital creatures then back at the old man. "We get to train Digimon, too?" he queried.
Without waiting for the reply, Marjorie interjected. "Wait, wait!" Her brother obviously was not thinking of consequences. "Ollie, what are you talking about? We can't stay here. We'll get in trouble, especially if soldiers are here." She put away her Pokétch and retrieved another device. "Maybe we should call mom and dad." She checked the Xtransceiver for reception.
 

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David was slightly surprised that it had actually worked as an attack but slightly disappointed it didn't damage the digital monster.
Now with Bukamon having lowered his defence by two times and once for his accuracy the tamer contemplated whether it was worth the risk of continuing with Mokumon despite his low health.
At the uncertainty of whether his Digimon would faint or return to an egg form he decided he'd be better off playing it safe "Okay, Mokumon you did great, come back!" He then proceeded to Chimchars Poké Ball quite a bit farther than need to the point it was behind the Bukamon in hopes that he might be able to pull off a sneak attack, "Chimchar use Scratch!"
 

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*~-._/FILE CITY — PRIMARY VILLAGE\_.-~*

Gennai's eyes widened.

"You must not!" he said firmly. "The true nature of the Digital World must never be revealed. If such knowledge were to reach the masses, the outcome could be disastrous."

He took a deep breath to relax himself before continuing.

"It is you who have received the Digivices, not your parents. The Programmer has placed her trust in you. Believe me when I say that that is nothing to sneeze at."

After a moment's silence, he then cracked a small grin.

"Also, there's no phone service here, but we do have Wi-Fi. The password is BUTTER-FLY. All caps, with a hyphen."

*~-._/NATIVE FOREST\_.-~*

It was hard to tell at first whether the DemiVeemon's silence was out of dismissal, grief, or simply disorientation. It lay there a good five seconds, making neither sound nor movement. Then, it lifted its head, its eyes wide and tears freely streaming.

"You mean it?" it asked Celia softly, as if disbelieving. "You....you really want me, even though I lost?"

It seemed the creature was just like a child. It was impressed with Celia's strength, and had tried to impress her in return by acting tough. Its stubbornness could have gotten it killed. But this human had chosen to spare it; more than that, she was offering it a place in her ranks. Despite its defeat—its weakness—she had recognized its will to fight. Its potential.

With great difficulty, it forced itself back to its feet, raising a foreleg to wipe the tears from its face. It then looked Celia in the eye and gave an affirmative nod.

"I won't let you down," it declared.

Immediately, Celia's Digivice lit up with a notification saying that DemiVeemon had been registered to it.

Alex64, you may now control DemiVeemon as one of your own characters.
It also noted that Kuramon had gained 5 Mb worth of experience and grown to Level 4, meaning it could now be permanently Digivolved to a compatible In-Training form of Celia's choice. The Pokédex, meanwhile, displayed that Totodile had gained 36 experience points and was just shy of growing to Level 6.

For David, things weren't necessarily going as well. While his Chimchar's speed was greater than Bukamon's, it still took it a moment to get itself reoriented immediately after coming out of its Poké Ball. Once again, Bukamon had an opening to attack.

"Bubbles!"

And once again, the attack....missed completely?!

Suddenly, there was a glimmer of hope. It seemed that Mokumon's attack had done its job. As the new round opened, Chimchar lunged at Bukamon and swung with all its strength.

The sound of nails cutting scales seemed to echo through the woods as the attack knocked Bukamon back hard. If Digimon could bleed, the sight would have been sickening to behold. Its haughty, obnoxious demeanor had vanished, replaced by the unmistakable quiver of fear.

"H-hey!" it panicked. "I-I was only kidding before! The whole 'chicken' thing, that was....th-that was a compliment! I mean, who doesn't like chicken, right?!"

It cringed at its own lame attempt at covering its behind. Its wit having escaped it, it forewent any further chatter and tried to recover some dignity with another attack to finish the round.

"Bubbles!"

This time, Bukamon managed to hit its target, but it didn't accomplish much in the scheme of things. It may have still had 35.3% health compared to Chimchar's 31.6%, but the latter could hit much harder and would likely win with one more attack.
 

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"Good to have you with us," Celia nodded in approval. Noticing her Digivice had lit up once more, she took a look at it, surprised at how quickly Kuramon had grown.
"Level 4 already? Damn, that was quick..." Seeing that she now had the option to advance Kuramon to an In-Training form, Lia decided to look through her options; she'd rather not have the Digimon become a liability if she could avoid it.
 

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The twins were both a little startled - Marjorie because of the sudden exclamation and Oliver because Gennai actually opened his eyes.
Marjorie lowered her Xtransceiver. She had just been informed of a dangerous scenario that someone wanted to involve her in, yet it seemed that telling anyone else about the Digital World would clearly also cause problems. She could back out, but she would still know about it. And, of course, there was her brother to think about.
"See," Oliver began to his sister, "We were chosen, so it's fine." She always worried too much."You're being rude," he added playfully. Marjie was constantly reminding him of manners; whenever he could point out her being hypocritical, she was thrown off.
"No I'm not," Marjorie huffed, although she realized she had indeed interrupted. Ollie's statement wasn't clarified outwardly, but she knew he must have had some deeper meaning in mind, and that was enough to somewhat reassure her. She took a moment to scan her surroundings again. Then she turned her attention back to Gennai and apologized, then continued into a question. "So, if I go back home now, I can't come back? And, if we agree to stay, we can't go home until we complete our mission?" It felt strange to say the last few words. "Is that correct?"
Oliver frowned. This was a grand opportunity. Of course they weren't going back so soon. At least, he hoped his sister was thinking something along the same lines.
 
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