Condition: Getting a headache from her scrunched up face
Moves: Substitute (25%)
[Cain] Snubbull (M)
not having fun; Paralyzed
Moves: Thunder Wave ~ Thunder Wave/Heal Bell
Happiny, who was glad to be given a move she could use, started immediately to build her substitute. She sculpted the mud into a shape that looked vaguely like herself and bound it up with a few of the nearby plants. Next, she placed her stubby, pink arms where the heart of the doll would be and began the process of pouring out her own life into the doll. An unpleasant cold feeling crawled up her arms and made them stiffen slightly but she kept them their so that her efforts would not be wasted. Finally, just as the cold felling started to close in on her frantic heart, she withdrew her hands and allowed her guardian to stand. Together they peered into the mist, waiting for their foe to strike.
They didn’t have to wait for very long as Cain had not been sitting idle while she prepared her defence. The little pink dog had stored static electricity in his body and, when ready, gathered it in his arms. The energy, which seemed to be made of crackling, blue lightning, gave off a glow, which would have warned Happiny about what was going to happen if she hadn’t been so preoccupied. Cain released the energy and it shot towards Happiny, Cain chuckled in glee as it approached his enemy but his joyfulness was turned sour when he saw Happiny’s substitute leap in front of its creator. His revenge had been foiled this time – it would be even sweeter when it worked.
Happiny, however, had other ideas. She charged headfirst into the mist where the thunder wave had come from. Cain, who was hoping to get out of the vicinity quick, found that his leg had got itself stuck in the mud while he prepared his attack. He pulled on his leg viciously; Happiny was getting closer now and her forehead was beginning to glow white. She bore down on Cain, who by now had stopped struggling and was bracing himself for the impact. The skulls of the two Pokémon collided with a crack. Happiny stood over Cain, who had fallen due to the force of the attack, wearing the smug look of a victor who was about to finish their fallen foe.
Cain decided to wipe that look off of her face. Once again, the crackling energy filled his arms. “This time it’s point blank,” he told himself. “There’s no way she can get out of this.” Happiny stiffened with terror and tried to move backwards at the same time without much success. Stiffness began to gnaw at Cain’s limbs but he ignored it – he was going to do this, he had to. However, just as he launched the electrical energy, Happiny’s substitute managed to push the pink baby out of the way to allow her to get away free. Happiny stumbled and fell away to Cain’s right, landing safely in the mud. Cain trembled with rage; the substitute had cheated him out of his revenge for the second
time. Whatever happened now, he was determined to get his own back on the baby nurse. He felt normal strength return to his limbs; the paralysis was over, now the hunt would begin.
Condition: Beginning to enjoy this.
[Cain] Snubbull (M)
Condition: Getting a little bit angry now but glad the paralysis is over.
Substitute- (Happiny -8 Energy; Substitute +25 HP)
Thunder Wave- (Paralysis 25/100, 10 or less for full paralysis; Accuracy 35/100, 90 or less hits; Snubbull -4 Energy; Happiny: no effect)
Headbutt- (Accuracy 71/100, 90 or under to hit; Happiny -10 Energy; Snubbull -8 HP; Flinch 6/10, 3 or under for effect)
Thunder Wave- (Paralysis 55/100, 10 or less for full paralysis; Accuracy 26/100, 90 or less hits; Snubbull -4 Energy; Happiny: no effect)
Fog is in effect, -10% accuracy