To start off my adventure I picked a Chimchar as my first Pokemon and named it Chimney, but I quickly swapped him out for a Starly that I found in the grass on Route 201. The Starly's name is Fierce. I notice that Fierce has a love for battling, flying, and he is incredibly brave. I also notice that Fierce is a relatively low level and I level him up a few times to boost his power. I was very impressed with Fierce's speed and attack, however his defenses had me worried in a few situations. Fierce swept right through Route 202. When I reached Jubilife City, an odd man gave me an advanced watch. When I attempted to leave Jubilife city, my old friend and rival, Roy, approached me and asked to battle. I accepted. Roy's Starly was no chance for Fierce.
-Fierce used Wing Attack and brought Starly into the red.
-Starly used Growl....
-1 Quick Attack and Starly was done.
Roy's Piplup was no issue either.
-Fierce used Wing Attack and brought Piplup into the Yellow.
-Piplup used Tackle, bringing down Fierce's HP 5 points.
-1 more Wing Attack sealed the deal.
After the battle I was surprised when Fierce wanted to evolve. I let him evolve and his power just grew even more. A strange hiker gave me a HM called Rock Smash, so I promptly caught an Onix, named him Smash, and taught him Rock Smash. I then arrived at Oreburgh city and I was informed that there was a Gym in town! I headed straight for it but Roy was there and told me that the Gym Leader had gone to the mine. I went down to the mine and found the Gym Leader, Roark, just staring at a wall for some reason. He went back to the Gym and I went to the Pokecenter and healed Fierce for the battles to come. To my surprise, 2 trainers were guarding Roark, so I defeated them, went back and healed Fierce, and prepared for the battle to come. I knew it would be difficult seeing as Roark was the master of Rock types and none of my moves were very effective on his Pokemon. He also had Rock moves which would knock Fierce right out of the sky, but Fierce showed no fear and took the challenge.
-Roark sent out Geodude as I sent out Fierce. Fierce intimidated Geodude and lowered his attack.
-Fierce used Double Team 6 times in a row to prevent a devastating Rock move from hitting.
-While Fierce was raising his evasiveness, Geodude hit 3 Rock Throws, knocking, Fierce into the red and set up a layer of Stealth Rocks.
-I used 2 potions to heal Fierce, as I knew 1 more Rock Throw would crush him. I then used 2 special items that I found on Fierce. A X.Attack and a X.Defend, I figured that the attack boost would help because Wing Attack wasn't very effective on Rock-types. The X-Defend would help him if he got hit.
-Geodude's Rock Throw kept missing while Fierce used Wing Attack 3 times.
-Roark used a potion to heal Geodude and Fierce used Wing Attack 3 more times for the knock out.
-Then Onix came in. I was scared for Fierce, but Fierce didn't even bat an eye.
-Onix used Screech and lowered Fierce's defenses, Fierce used Wing Attack, doing little damage.
-Onix uses Rock Throw for awhile and keeps missing while Fierce lands 5 Wing Attacks.
-Roark uses a potion and Fierce uses some more Wing Attacks to finish off the job.
-In comes the juggernaut, Cranidos.
-Fierce swoops in and lands a Critical Hit Wing Attack bringing Cranidos to about half health while Cranidos misses his Headbutt.
-Fierce lands another Wing Attacks while Cranidos longed for the ability to actually hit is opponent.
-In a final flash of glory, Fierce gracefully swoops down from above and knocked out his opponent.
Roark didn't know what hit him. Devastated and confused, he hands over the Coal Badge. I shake Roark's hand me and Fierce leave the Gym, not a scratch on him.
Listed from MVP through LVP (Miscellaneous Pokemon are not included)
Fierce the Staravia (Wobbanaut)
As the only Pokemon on my team, he his the LVP and the MVP. He hits hard and fast. I'm starting to really like Fierce after his immense bravery displayed at the Oreburgh Gym.
So did you guys like it? Also, how did I make images smaller?
Criticisms and feedback is always appreciated!