Scattered drops of rain fell lazily, the last remanant of the storm that had gone so quick. Drago stood at the top of the volcano. As the clouds began to clear over the horizon, the rising sun appeared, and bathed the Dragonite in an orangish light. He took in the heat by stretching his wings, facing east with his back to the sun. A small rainbow could be seen off to the north, more visible as the clouds drifted away. This was Drago's favorite part of the storm.
In the days since he left the small island he had called home, he had flown north-west, using the sun as his guide. When he became tired, he stopped on any island he could find. It was there that he learned of what was ahead. A small island, yet bigger than the one he had grown up on. It used to be filled to the brim with scientists, a word as new to him as human. Apparently this mountain, this volcano had erupted a few years back. What was left as blackened rock. Some of the pokemon he met had told him that there used to be a place there after the eruption where a pokemon could get health treatment, but even that was long gone. The said the island's name was 'Cinnibar'.
Drago sniffed the fresh, crisp air testily. The volcano was dormant now, and no smoke bellowed out of it's crater. However, the island was bigger than he was used to. He could tell that there were others on the island, but he could not tell where, or what, they were. From his high perch, he could see out over the sea, and could see several islands to the east. What looked like a tiny town to the far north, as well. Unfortunately, however, he could see very little on the island itself, due to the hills and irregular shape of the place. Well, he had wanted a place for himself to train, and this seemed as good as any. From the top of this mountain, he could create quite a mighty storm. He smiled contemplatively, thinking of the gusts and rains that he desired so much.
The sun was over the horizon now, if just barely, and he took advantage of the light by flying straight up into the air with one burst of his wings, and lowering himself to a lower place on the island. He would get no training standing there by himself.