|Text Color||# #4F94CD – Light Blue|
|Item||A red bandanna, and a tiny brown knapsack he stores useful items in; usually has berries.|
|Species||#447 Riolu/Emanation Pokémon|
|Pokédex Entry|| The aura that emanates from its body intensifies to alert others if it is afraid or sad. Its body is lithe yet powerful. It can crest three mountains and cross two canyons in one night. It has the peculiar power of being able to see emotions such as joy and rage in the form of waves. |
|Moves|| 1) Brick Break (Egg Move)|
2) Force Palm (Learned Naturally)
3) Shadow Claw (Egg Move)
4) Earthquake (Egg Move)
|History|| Felix was hatched by a travelling merchant who really didn’t have any plans to be a trainer. He gave the infant Riolu to a boy shopping at his booth at the town marketplace. The boy, Joshua, wasn’t the type of trainer who really liked to battle; rather, he aspired to one day be a Pokémon professor, and was content to live on his parents’ Pokémon ranch in their home region. This is where the Riolu grew up; dubbed “Felix” by Joshua, he was raised by a combination of Joshua and Joshua’s Pokémon. Two of these Pokémon in particular came to play a big part in his life: Candy, the shiny Lopunny, and her mate Captain, the Floatzel. Felix came to see them as his mother and father and calls them Mommy and Daddy, with the other team members being referred to as either “Uncle” or “Aunt.”|
He lived happily on the ranch for several years and was very well raised; his mother and father treated him with affection and attention, his trainer made sure he was well fed, clean, safe, and happy, and the rest of his mismatched family all pitched in to care for him, teaching him a variety of knowledge. He loved them all and was loved by all, did well with his lessons, and played every minute he wasn’t studying or having a mock battle to help grow his strength so he would be able to defend himself if need be. He was a perfectly normal child.
Then one day, his trainer’s cousin dropped by the ranch. He was a rather sour teenager, and despite having started his rite of passage Pokémon journey at ten years old, he never completed it. Felix found it rather ironic; unlike Joshua, who had a full party of six Pokémon despite not being a battler, his cousin Jon only had three Pokémon: A huge Honchkrow named Sly, a hulk of a Machoke appropriately called Tank, and a Gengar that went by the name of Joker. Although Felix caught rumors that there had been a fourth Pokemon, apparently that Pokémon was no longer part of the team. Joshua informed his Pokémon that Jon had been sent to their ranch in the hopes that his aunt and uncle would help straighten him out, as the teenager caused a lot of problems at home.
Sly took an instant dislike to the inquisitive, playful little Riolu and as the days went by, his hatred deepened. It wasn’t that he had any special dislike of children. He disliked anyone who was as cheerful and fearless as Felix. The last time he had been around anyone that small it had been Oliver, and he had grown accustomed to the Chimchar cowering away from him at the slightest bit of movement from the Honchkrow. He was used to being allowed to torment the creature in all manner of ways. He liked being feared; it made him feel powerful. When he’d set eyes on Felix he had anticipated being able to cow the creature as he had Oliver, but Felix was well protected by his family and didn’t have any reason to be afraid. Worse still, as custom with his species, Felix was able to feel Sly’s emotions and constantly tried to find the source of the Honchkrow’s sadistic personality.
So one day, when Sly noticed Felix as the little one was playing alone by the fence that surrounded the ranch, he saw an opportunity to rid himself of the nuisance once and for all. Landing next to him, he wove a wonderful tale about finding treasure in the forest while out on his morning flight, but was unable to bring it back with him because he needed someone with opposable thumbs to help carry some of it. Felix was too young and naïve to really understand that the feelings he could feel radiating off the Honchkrow were associated with sadism and merely thought that he was angry and needed someone to make it better. So, seeing a chance to get on the bird’s good side, he fell for the bait and allowed Sly to carry him over the fence. Landing in the forest, he told the Riolu that the treasure was just inside the cave they’d landed in front of, but when the Riolu went inside to look, he left.
Felix wandered around lost in the forest for days, and finally managed to find his home again after about two weeks. Starving, exhausted, filthy, but grateful to be home, he rushed inside...
... Only to find that the inside of the home was wrecked. The furniture inside was smashed, rotting food strewn about. There were no signs of life anywhere. His beloved family, as well as their guest, were gone without a trace. The epidemic had broken out while he was gone, and this was the result.
At first the Riolu was destroyed. He was only nine, and the loss of his beloved family was absolutely crushing. But as he scavaged off the berry bushes that grew on the ranch the second day after finding his family missing, Felix realized that his family was missing... not necessarily dead.
And so, packing the little knapsack his trainer had given him years ago chock full of berries, straightened his bandanna, and set out to find them. The monsters he encountered he managed to escape due to the natural speed he possesses as a Riolu, but they have scared him senseless. He searches desperately for his family.
|Appearance||He looks like any other normal Riolu except for the red bandanna he wears around his neck and the small brown knapsack he wears on his back.|
|Personality|| Felix is a friendly, innocent, fairly naïve child who loves to play and laugh, just like most kids. He has a habit of using his emotion-seeing powers to make friends and try to bring peace to damaged souls whom he feels need a friend. Sometimes this backfires, as it leads to the one he is trying to help becoming irritated with his efforts. |
His disposition has grown more fearful as of late due to the terrible things occuring in the world; he has yet to witness an actual death but doing so would likely leave him shattered. However, as he's desperate for a friend during these frightening times, he trusts easily and will latch onto anyone who he's managed to befriend.
He believes that his abandonment by Sly was a prank, albeit not a very nice one. His mind can't conceive that someone would actually be cruel enough to try to get rid of anyone.
|User Notes||1) His mother survives, and she is pregnant. His father, however, has died.|
2) Brick Break, Shadow Claw, and Earthquake are all moves he inherited from his biological father.
3) He never knew his biological parents and has actually never thought of them. The Epidemic may change that.
4) Has a special fondness for the beach and docks, as his parents frequently played with him in both areas.
5) He holds no ill will towards Sly as of yet. He's simply confused as to why Sly would do something like that.
6) His biological father knew the moves Brick Break, Shadow Claw, and Earthquake through TMs, which he passed down to his son.
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