This is my first time reffing in 4 months, so please bear with me if I mess anything up.
As the four legendary Golems of the Earth watch on, it's time for our battle to get underway!
Frenzy, Complication's Ghastly, starts things off against King Serperior's Embirch, Firestorm, by lulling his opponent to sleep with Hypnosis
, and it connects! This could be very bad for the Embirch, as he sleeps
through what would have been his first attack! Allow me to quickly note that in the Anime, Ghastly would be awarded the win for that one move. Don't believe me? Ash's Squirtle lost because he was hit by Sleep Powder in the Kanto League. I'm just sayin', be glad that doesn't exist here in CAPland, or whereever we're supposed to be. But I'm getting off-topic...
Frenzy takes advantage of the free time he now has and places a terrible Curse
on Firestorm, but at great cost to his own health, if ghosts even have those. I'm not really sure how that works...Anyway, Firestorm seems to sense the urgency, and wakes up to immediately surround himself in a Wheel
, and hurls himself into Frenzy. The Ghastly is taken so off-guard by the strike that he is unable to prevent himself from suffering a burn
. Okay, how did that even just happen? Ghastly isn't even solid, how do you burn it? I don't understand.
Frenzy, unlike me, isn't stopping to ponder what just happened, and instead tries to Eat
, even though Firestorm is now awake and doesn't have any, the move fails
. Firestorm wastes no time in resuming his offense and belches out a Flamethrower
, dealing very solid damage to Frenzy, as both the Curse and the Burn take their toll on their respective victims. And if you've read this, you will now view all Flamethrowers as the pokemon using it burping fire at it's opponent. You're welcome.
For some reason, the actions you two have committed here thus far impressed Registeel beyond all reason. It has decided to bestow a gift upon the competitors, a boost to both your defenses for the next round!
Well competitors, was this what you expected? King Serperior, you're up next! Also, I encourage you both to look at the data and look for anything that seems wrong, feel free to call me out if you do.