Yeah, cause like KS and Veil have both posted their pokemon outside of their Burst Heart and talking and stuff, which made me wonder and leads me to a whole other area: communication. I assumed that you would only be able to communicate with them in like that weird mental realm, but I don't really know.
Oh I see. Yeah, Complications chose a rather odd time to leave. My theories on how it works is thus: Raeodin is looking for powerful legendary pokemon, and one (presumably Groudon, given the desert) has shown up in the starting town. Burst Hearts work like pokeballs, where they are thrown and then capture pokemon, but instead of releasing them, they are dormant until a sufficient "connection" has been made between the pokemon and trainer. After this has been reached, the human can merge with the Pokemon and take on qualities of both. To make the connection, one must travel into some odd mental realm (this is where I kind of go into theory) and train with the pokemon.
Oh, its not like that. It's more I don't know what I'm supposed to do and how the Burst Hearts and the whole Pokemon thing even works, which I kinda need to know before I start. Honestly, the explanations were kind of insufficient for me. I thought it would be explained a little bit more in the actual RPG, but evidentally not.
As for your woes in the RPG...generally if you get stuck somewhere that isn't due to someone being absent, I find it best to just go on a tangent and make up my own part of the story. As long as it isn't too outlandish, this generally works.
Froslass: One fun option here would be Brightpowder. Use it with Snow Cloak and suddenly Froslass becomes really hard to hit. If you're looking for something a trite less gimmicky, probably something like Expert Belt or Nevermeltice.