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Old 03-22-2007, 03:19 AM
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The Genie of the Plants
Introduction

by Leman


(Just as a note to the reader, this story takes place about six -seven hundred years ago, when the caliph of Arabia had taken over the Sahara. Harun al-Rashid was a real person, while his sons, and the legend were made up.)

The large Sahara desert is an unforgiving, place, and littered with secrets. These secrets are often surrounded by myths and legends that make these secrets more irresistible. The myths often have something to do with a vast treasure, which is almost always guarded by some sort of vile and terrifying beast that can, and will easily tear greedy treasure hunters limb from limb. Many men and women have tried to get their greedy hands on these treasures, despite the monsters that supposedly guard the riches.

One of the most famous of the treasure tales is the one of the Genie of the Plants. It goes something like this:

“Hundreds upon hundreds of years ago, there lived a powerful man, called Harun Al-Rashid. Rashid was a ruler that was very well known, and a great ruler of his country. He made Baghdad into a great, and wonderful city. He was a very popular ruler, and had three sons. They were called, Harun Al-Munzar. Harun- Al-Yazid, and Jafar. They all had distinct personalities. Munzar was very commanding and vengeful. Yazid was cuning, and sly. Jaffar was obedient and a little bit ignorant. Rashid did not approve of favoritism, but he developed an uncanny fondness of Yazid, the middle child. Jafar and Munzar were ignored.

When Harun Al-Rashid had to pick a successor, he did not stick to traditions, and pick his oldest son, but chose Harun Al-Yazid to be the new Caliph. Harun Al-Muzar, in his rage slaughters his brother, and proclaimed himself Caliph. Harun Al-Rashid did not approve of this at all, and sent Munzar to the Sahara desert, and proclaimed Jafar caliph.

Furious, Munzar wandered the vast desert aimlessly on his camel, until it was stolen by a group of ruthless sand peoples. At night, he had no choice but flee to a cave that he had stumbled upon. The cave was very vast, and as Munzar searched it, he found a gold lamp, that was covered in rubies. This was very valuable, and he knew it could be sold for a hefty sum.

When Munzar went to pick the jewel up, vines sprang from the ceiling and floor, and grabbed him. They squeezed him until his soul popped out of his mouth, and they stuffed it in the lamp. His body became solid gold, and leaves were sucked up into the lamp. Inside the lamp, Munzar fused with the plants, and the plants forced him to stay there, and become, THE GENIE OF THE PLANTS!!”

The story is a little far-fetched, but there were some people who believed that this story, including the famous yet notorious treasure hunter, Yahya.

Yahya was the most notorious treasure hunter of his time. He was sly and cunning, and very experienced at navigating through the desert. He was tall, and very skinny; his bones were very easy to see through his dark skin. He wore loss fitting, pants and a baggy shirt with a large red turban on his head. He had a small trimmed mustache, and beady black eyes. He was quick and agile, and was able to escape the government officials that chased him for taking the treasures, that were based upon more believable tales.

Yahya did not do his treasure thieving on his own. His greatest companion was his Flygon, Goon. Goon was his transport, and kept Yahya company throughout his treasure hunts. Goon was the Pokemon, which was able to take the treasure from where he took it from, to where he would store it. Goon also helped defend Yahya from the traps that were accidentally sprung in his hunts.

Other than Goon, Yahya has an assortment of Rock and Ground Pokemon that he used to take the treasure from the desert. He had a powerful Rhyperior named, Drigg, who helped knock down walls, and smash guardians, and he had a Cradily, named Cradi, who was great at absorbing the enemies blows as Yahya, Goon, and Drigg made there escape.

Yahya had made some enemies during his treasure-hunting career, like the Caliphate of Arabia. The government officials were greedy, and after Yahya had discovered a treasure site, they would say that he had stolen government property. That didn’t make him completely innocent either. He took treasures from museums, and from Pyramids in Egypt. Many other treasure hunters despised him because of his elusiveness, and how he seemed to always beat them to the treasures. Among the greatest of these rival treasure hunters was Saam.

Saam was, like Yahya, a great treasure hunter, and able to elude the government after stealing many riches. He was shorter, and fatter than Yahya, and carried a nasty Qatar with him. He also wore a turban, although, his was purple, rather than red. Saam also had his arsenal of Rock-Ground Pokemon, including, Aggron, Aerodactyl, and Torterra. The two often wound up in the same treasure places, and Saam nearly always came out empty handed. This fueled the hatred between the two rivals, nearly to a point where the two were ready to kill.
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The Genie of the Plants
Chapter One: Shop Destruction

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Yahya was sitting under a large blue tarp, in his shop, in the local Bazaar of Cairo. His shop sold most of the items that he received on his hunts. Crida, who was nearly unknown to the public, because of its lack of appearance above the ground, ran the shop, using its vines to take money, and hand out artifacts. Yahya, and his other Pokemon had to stay hidden from the public, or they would have been arrested. Yahya remained in the back, watching Crida, and making sure she did not make a mistake that would cost them some money.

As Crida was handing out a rare Staff of Kuhfu to a nobleman, another man appeared. Unlike the nobleman, who Crida had just handed the staff too and was wearing fancy clothing, this man was wearing a dark, tattered cloak. His face was hidden.

The man walked up to the small, and said loudly, “So, Yahya, you have your Pokemon sell your stolen wears? That explains a lot. I was wondering where you got the money for the things you bring to those tombs you rob.”

The cloaked man lowered his hood, and revealed his identity as Saam. Saam chuckled at the stall. Yahya watched carefully from the back of the stall. He did not dare attack Saam, for it would reveal his identity. Saam picked up a small jade creature, which resembled a monkey. It looked as if it could have fit in the palm of his hand.

“I’ll be taking this, Yahya. Of course, that is if you don’t wish to stop me,” said Saam, with a nasty chuckle.

Crida suddenly lashed out with a vine from his neck, swipe the evil treasure seekers face. A thick, red line appeared where he had been struck, and Saam fell to the ground, kicking dust. He growled as he got back onto his feat. He took out a Pokeball, and lobbed it into the air.

Out of one end, a stream of red light appeared, and a gigantic steel behemoth appeared beside him. The giant looked like an ancient metal dinosaur, with plates of rock here and there. It had menacing blue eyes, and two sharp iron horns. The monster bellowed, and faced the ancient, desert plant.

“Aggron, Dragon Claw,” said Saam.

Aggron raised its right hand, which began to shine with golden, dragonic energy. The monster growled terribly, and brought the hand down, with a crushing blow on the display table, and raked Crida’s face. The plant seemed unfazed by the blow, but the table in front of her was in ruins. Shards of artifacts were everywhere, creating a small barrier of spikes around Crida.

Yahya was furious. The last months work was completely ruined, and all what he had to show for it were a couple of silver and gold coins.

“Go, Goon!” yelled Yahya, in his deep voice.

He tossed a Pokeball, and the large, green dragon exploded out of the sphere. It cried out into the air, and faced his metal opponent. By now, everyone in the Bazaar had come to watch, but they kept their distance.

“Goon, Hyper Beam!” called Yahya.

“Aggron, counter with your OWN Hyper Beam!” said Saam, but much more calmly than Yahya.

The two large Pokemon formed golden yellow balls in their mouths with all the energy that they could muster. Suddenly, after building that ball as large as they could, they both launched it out as a beam. Both blasts collided, and exploded, sending Goon into the food stand behind Yahya’s stall, and Aggron skidded into a clothing stand. Both stands fell apart, and the two Pokemon got up and faced each other.

“Solar Beam!” cried Yahya, furiously.

Both Crida and Goon raised their heads, and faced the blistering sun. Rays of solar energy collected on their mouths, as Aggron watched, as the two Pokemon readied them selves to take him down. He lowered his head, and charged at Crida, plowing through the shards of Yahya’s artifacts, that he had demolished earlier. Crida and Goon lowered their heads, and unleashed the great, hot and yellow beam on Aggron. They collided into its thick rock skin, and propelled him backwards, into the ground. Aggron bellowed in pain, as he skidded along the ground and slammed into a wall of a nearby building. The entire Bazaar shook, as pieces of the wall toppled on to Aggron.

Saam chuckled. “You’re out of business,” he said. He threw his head back, and began to laugh manically.

Yahya looked around him. Saam was right. The entire city of Cairo was standing around him, and he knew that this scene would quickly spread throughout the empire. He would never be able to sell his wares. He would have to escape to Spain, and then to the Holy Roman Empire, where he might be able to sell something, if the news hadn’t spread that far. He growled, as Saam began to stop laughing.

He still had a huge grin on his face still. “Good Bye, Yahya,” he said, beginning to laugh again. He took out two small red and white orbs, and said, “Return Aggron.” The gigantic steel behemoth disappeared in a flash of red light, and the debris that lay on top of him tumbled to the ground. Saam then threw the other ball into the air, and yelled, “Aerodactyl, come on! We must leave here.” The orb exploded, and there was a flash of brilliant white light. A large, grey prehistoric Pokemon appeared.

It was large and grey, with two huge grey and purple wings. Its skin seemed to be made of a tough rocky material. It had a large, menacing head, filled with two rows of razor sharp teeth. It had a long tail with a point at the end. The Pokemon screeched, as it appeared the Egyptian sky.

It soared down, screeching, and landed next to Saam. The evil bandit leapt onto his Pokemon, and waved to Yahya. Aerodactyl then sped off into the desert.

Yahya growled, furious at Saam for ending his treasure-selling career in the empire. He took out his own vibrant Pokeball, and recalled Crida. Then he promptly jumped on Goon, who flew into the desert air. They quickly caught sight of Yahya on his Aerodactyl, who wasn’t flying as fast as them. Goon quickly caught up to Saam.

When he saw Yahya on his Flygon, Saam called, “Yahya, long time, no see! Let me give you a gift! Aerodactyl, Aerial Ace!”

The ancient flier took his wing, and slashed it across Goon’s side, so fast, that it was invisible. Goon howled in pain, as a large, red, gash appeared on him. He growled, as the flying Pokemon hit him again, this time across the face. Goon bellowed again and was sent tumbling backwards in the air. Yahya had trouble holding, on as Goon spiraled away from Saam.

“Double Edge!” screamed Saam.

“Dragon Claw!” yelled Yahya.

The prehistoric Pokemon began to charge at Goon, who raised its claw, which had begun glowing yellow. Goon began to swipe downwards, as the amazingly fast Aerodactyl hit him in the stomach. Goon tumbled backwards, and then crashed into the sand bellow. The sand was kicked up around the two as Saam sped away. He was laughing manically.
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