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PokeBrawlers Round TwoRound 2Lucas the Croconaw vs. Brennan the AbsolLucas the Croconaw stood on a large chrome disc, in a brilliant waiting room for competitors in the second round of the tournament. Unlike the last arena, this one was entirely soundproof, Lucas's uneven breathing the only noise around.Lucas jumped in surprise as the round platform began to rise. Here we go, Lucas thought as he neared a white ceiling. The ceiling retracted, dropping a large amount of snow onto Lucas and inviting a bone-chilling wind into the tunnel.Lucas crossed his arms, amazed at the low temperature. I've never been this cold, he thought, Where am I?A series of loud cheers filled the environment as Lucas emerged from the chasm. His jaw dropped as he surveyed the arena. The area was solid white with snow. A massive glacier loomed to Lucas's left, its bottom surrounded by snow drifts created by the freezing wind coming fr
PokeBrawlers Round OneRound OneLucas the Croconaw Vs. Diana the LopunnyFlickering torchlight illuminated the gray stone entry hall as muffled chatter penetrated the walls comprising the room. A tall Croconaw populated the space, his heart racing in anticipation of the event to come. "Ok, I need to calm down and focus...." he said aloud, hoping to gain some advantage by clearing his mind. However, Lucas the Croconaw was not informed of the identity or strength of his opponent, making it difficult to dispel the ache of apprehension that wracked his being. He decided it was best to find a single object within the room to concentrate on. Immediately his spike-adorned head tilted upward, giving him a view of the green gem mounted above the unnecessarily large door before him.As Lucas focused all his attention on the brilliantly cut malachite, a small speaker to his right came to life, announcing:"Welcome, all, to the first round of the Pokébrawlers
A Dragon's Fate Chapter 1A multicolored ball whizzed through the air and slammed into the gymnasium wall with a loud slap. "Wow, nice kick!" Justin complemented, chasing the ricoched ball down the court."Thanks!" shouted Lucas in reply. Lucas was a student of about 15 at Anderson High School. He had an average build, and below his blonde hair set determined, brown eyes. "Coming back!" Justin's voice relayed, in enough time for Lucas to redirect the shot with his right foot and swiftly send it toward the wall with his left. Justin let out another exclamation, kicked the ball himself, and continued this cycle for about ten minutes, until the coach shouted for the balls to be put up. As Justin returned the item to the storage closet, Lucas traversed the gym floor to find his best friend, Ryan, sitting on the bleachers. He appeared absorbed in the universe presented to him by the phone he held, his dark brown hair hanging down as he hu