This sun won't do you any good, Pikachu. Use Rain Dance!
-Pikachu begins a complex dance, making it rain again-
Oh no. I know what she means to do now.
Dragon Claw, Skywalker!
-Skywalker dives and attacks Pikachu with claws wreathed in green flames, then climbs steeply, trying to get as high as possible-
Now that we have our favorable weather, use Thunder!
Take advantage of it too! Aqua Tail!
-Skywalker dives to attack Pikachu, but is brought up short when Thunder hits him-
<OW! That little rat!>
Calm down, Skywalker! You have to focus! It doesn't have good defenses, use Earthquake!
-he starts down towards the ground again, but is fried by Thunder and distracted-
That silly dragon, not even attacking us. Keep it up, Pikachu!
Skywalker! FOCUS! Just use Earthquake!
-he shakes his head and starts climbing again-
What? Earthquake, Skywalker!
-he's hit by Thunder again, bringing his health dangerously low. When he reaches a height that he finds high enough, he folds his wings and dives for the ground, eyes narrowed-
What's he doing? He's coming in way too fast to... land...
-the Salamence crashes hard into the ground, setting off an enormous Earthquake that reaches the Trainer area, knocking Leaf and I off our feet. Pikachu faints. Unfortunately, the crash knocked Skywalker out as well. I scramble to my feet and recall him-
Silly dragon... What will I do now?
It's our last chance. Blastoise, let's go!
Guess there's no choice now.
All right. Go... Hecate.
-the Zoroark appears, and glares at the rain clouds-
-Blastoise closes its eyes and begins to concentrate-
Okay Hecate, we can do this. Use—
<Oh, shut up!>
<I don't need you to tell me what to do to take down this lummox. Just be quiet.>
-watching Blastoise worriedly-
<Just be quiet! I'll have this over with in no time.>
-Blastoise opens its eyes and leaps at Hecate, fist drawn back-
-irritated- <What?!> -she glances over her shoulder. Her eyes go wide as she sees Blastoise nearing her, but it's too late for her to move. She is thrown back from the force of the attack, and is knocked out instantly. She lands at my feet, and I stare down at her wordlessly, shocked-