Name: Rain Llewin ((Last name pronounced El-lew-en))
Appearance: I liek Mudkipz
Personality: Rain is rather energetic, and talks before he thinks. Although, he is only motivated when he is happy, that seldom happens. He gets upset easily, and gets bored easily. He tries his best with most things, but he has the impression that he's useless sometimes.
- Half-evolved Growlithe Male
History: In the years of elementary school, Rain got bullied a lot. He had a small circle of friends, but usually they were off doing something fun while his mother forbid him from coming. It was boring being alone with no one but his Growlithe, but it let his imagination grow. He learned how to draw and paint in his plentiful free time, and his natural talent in music only grew.
Other: ¤ Got an overdose of Jolteon DNA, so he has the ears of one
¤ Can absorb and release electricity
¤ He can talk to plants and speak clear pokemon
¤ Gets tired very quickly
RP Sample: (From C.O.N.T.A.M.I.N.A.T.E.D rp) [pg.6] Rain slowly opened his eyes, only to shut them closed again. the bright lights were blinding him as he was being carried across a seemingly endless hallway. His hands were clutched around his turtle necklace, given to him by his mother. The scientists tried to take it, but they always sounded like they hurt their hands on something whenever they tried. The sedative they gave him was heavy though, and he couldn't see what was happening. The only thing he could think of was the necklace, and the pokeball tucked in his sweater pocket.
Rain was about to go under again, but the last parts from there that he could remember, was the screeching of what sounded like a huge metal door, and the feeling of being tossed against a wall. The floor was freezing, but it felt like he landed on something soft, and fell asleep quickly.
Rain's eyes opened abruptly. The room was spinning, as the sedative was not completely gone. He turned his head around. a white box room, one giant door that looked like a bank safe, only eight times thicker, and him. He was in the corner of the room, farthest as possible from the door. Rain tried to reach for it, but found himself held back. He turned his head around to find heavy metal chains around his ankles and wrists wrapped around his yellow fur.