|Polnareff "Wizardry" Asvogel|
|Species||#227: Skarmory, Armor Bird Pokémon|
|Weight||142.7 lbs. (Heavy)|
|Pokédex Entry||“Its sturdy wings look heavy, but they are actually hollow and light, allowing it to fly freely in the sky.” –HeartGold dex entry|
|Characteristic||Likes to scatter things|
|Moves|| - Pluck [TM]|
- Thief [TM]
- Steel Wing
|History||Polnareff was always an assistant. Only an assistant, and nothing more.|
From the time he hatched, he was to learn how to pick the fruits needed for 'potions' the right way, and if not, it would be wasteful. He was hatched in captivity, and never knew who his parents were. His trainer, an old woman named Mandola, taught him how to make practically everything out of berries. She taught him force was not everything, but it is a good ally. Polnareff learned and learned quickly from then on, though he didn't exactly understand the whole concept of 'magic'.
As Polnareff matured, he began to train himself, only because he did not understand 'magic' as well as he should have. Mandola pushed him further, forcing him to learn how to do something without this or that. Mandola read books to him, he didn't understand every word, but a lot of it he could. To him, they didn't seem realistic, but he could at least have some knowledge to fall back onto. He studied and trained for very long, until coming to a conclusion. He was to replace Mandola in her studies.
One day, several weeks after his twenty-first birthday, he was flying over the mountain they lived on until he spotted a human. The human had been staring at the tree with the fruit that was poisonous (it was a subspecies of Aguav that might cause you to pass out), and decided to pick one and eat it. He had no right! It was their tree! He waited until he picked one to dive from the sky and attack him. He soon decided against it, not to kill him yet, but to torture him before he died, instead to carry him elsewhere first. He dropped the human in the region he knew as the Pudding Desert (actually, it was the desert in Hoenn), and waited for him to die as consequence for eating the fruit that wasn't his. The blistering heat and constant sandstorms didn't bother him, though it would have been deadly to a person without Go-Goggles.
He waited, and the human woke up, and almost immediately after he did, he was flying over him like a vulture in the sky. He flew down to attack, because the human was shouting at him, and ended up breaking his arm. Polna wanted to do something a little worse, but, that would have done. He let the human out of the desert after making him wander around for about a day and a half, and watched him for his actions. He seemed to talk (actual conversation, I mean) to frog Pokémon... Frogs, and snakes. Odd human. He let the human go, he was already strange enough.
The human would not let Polnareff leave, though, Polnareff was too smart to let by. He tried to capture the Skarmory, (and he thought it worked, too) but Polna had only pretended to go with him. The frog/snake whisperer had eaten the fruit needed for the most important potion they had ever needed, and the last one they had needed for it, too. Because it bore fruits once every three months, he needed to punish him. Polna pretended to be his Pokémon for a while, going along with his strange adventure. He seemed to be a biologist and constantly spoke of the 'spring bell', a bell that brings in spring when it was rung. Polna labeled it as ridiculous very quickly. He continued on with him for a long while until he decided to go digging in the mountains. Enough is enough! I won't participate in digging up the beautiful mountains of this region! He thought, destroying his bond (and the Poké ball) with the human when he was asleep, along with carrying off his pickax and dropping it in a lake. He navigated back to Mandola's house and was greeted warmly.
Polnareff and Mandola were on vacation in Orre when the Epidemic struck. They were attacked by numerous Ludicolo when in the Reagalm Colosseum. Mandola didn't seem to mind much, she pulled out her Kadabra and made him teleport them away. Or so she thought. Polnareff was still there. Polnareff didn't want to bother with the Ludicolo, so he just flew away. Into the desert he went, until stopping at a place he knew there would be resources at.
The humans had called it Phenac city.
|Appearance||Polnareff is tall and heavy, yet surprisingly skinny. He's got a fire in his eyes, one that seems like it is the determination of a human.|
|Personality||Polnareff is stern most of the time, and absolutely hates children. He will force you to get something right the first time, or it will be "a waste of precious resources." He is a quick learner, but he will prefer you to do it his way. He's very stubborn, and does not like being proved wrong in any way.|
|User Notes|| -> Based off of Polnareff the Asvogel, a condor-like bird from Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru. |
-> The determination in him (like a human) is a reference to the fact that Polnareff was turned into a human at the end of the game.
-> Polnareff's owner, Mandola, liked to make others believe she was a witch. Since he is male, this gives him his alias "Wizardry".
-> Despite being so high-leveled, I gave him only 3 moves to balance out his strength and make it harder for me to God-mod with him. I'm deathly afraid of doing that. ;A;
-> Asvogel is his last name in tribute to his original species.
-> The human mentioned was the prince of Sabure from the aforementioned game, but I'm just calling him as a biologist because monarchy is kind of uncommon now. Frogs and snakes are a reference to the fact that he turns into them to make the game progress.
-> Polnareff is "magical" because he's so knowledgeable about the subject, and he can make 'exploding' (like a puff of smoke) powders that assist him in mocking 'magic'. (The real-world fake magic stuff, I mean.)
->Mandola had never caught him in a Poké ball.
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