|Cinder the Cyndaquil|
|Text Color||#f9b212 |
|Item||Collar with a Everstone bell|
|Species||#155 Cyndaquil - The Fire Mouse Pokémon - Fire Type|
|Pokédex Entry||It flares flames from its back to protect itself. The fire burns vigorously if the Pokémon is angry. When it is tired, it sputters with incomplete combustion.|
|Moves|| - Flamethrower (TM)|
- Swift (Level Up)
- Flame Wheel (Level Up)
- Aerial Ace (TM)
|History||The starter Pokemon to a young enthusiastic trainer, Cinder started her training early. Her trainer took her everywhere, facing her against rival Pokemon of all types. They were a great team, always in high spirits looking for their next fight. Not wanting a Quilava named 'Cinder', the Trainer had a tight collar strapped on the little Cyndaquil with a large bell made from a Everstone on it.|
The tag team traveled all over their native Jhoto region, growing stronger and creating a powerful team of Pokemon. With Cinder, of course, always being the strongest. She loved the feel of battle, and having her flames burn bright and muscles tense. Since Cinder's trainer wouldn't allow her to evolve, the Cyndaquil thought it meant he had big plans for her. That he had a great destiny planned for his little girl. Desiring his full attention, she would often come out of her pokeball and travel beside her trainer. Always watching her Trainer, she would training rigorously, even without a rival Pokemon around, making sure he saw her determination.
One day, he got a traveling partner, a girl about the same age as him. It wasn't long before the two developed feelings for each other, and soon battling was no longer the male trainers priority. Cinder slowly grew restless. She didnt want to take a walk through field, she wanted to test her speed in it, beat all the Pokemon she could find. She would beg him to let her battle, but she would make her quiet down and try to 'relax'. The Cyndaquil became unruly, bored and needing to fight. When the two trainers battled, Cinder forced her way into them. Not allowing her trainer to recall her, she was the only Pokemon he'd use to battle her entire team. The female trainer became fearful of the fire type, asking more and more for her traveling partner to keep her in her Pokeball. The male trainer complied, worried his Pokemon would hurt his girlfriend.
It was becoming increasingly difficult for Cinder to break free from her pokeball, and when she did her trainer was always angry with her. They would argue until she was once more returned. Cinder became bitter and resented the girl that had took her happiness. She always stood there, with her hands to her chin staring down at the Cyndaquil like she was a monster. Eventually, she gave up on breaking out, and stayed quietly in her ball, only being released to be fed then returning herself to it. When she was called to battle again, it had been weeks since she had fought. She was called to face Jasmine, the steel type gym leader stood no chance against the bitter fire type.
A bit rusty from weeks of confinement, Cinder took a lot of damage but still beat the gym leader on her own. The feeling of freedom was overwhelming, the Cyndaquil refused to be recalled, and had to be cared to the Pokemon Center for healing. Nurse Joy told her trainer that he needed to spend more time with his Pokemon, that her behavior was caused from his treatment. But he shrugged saying that she wasnt the same Pokemon anymore. A few days past, and he called her out again, with the female trainer no where in sight. Cinder felt a flutter of hope that he was going to train her again, but those hopes were instantly crushed as her trainer dropped her pokeball on the ground, and uttered "leave." He turned, and without looking back left her there alone.
He had left her. he had abandoned her. The Cyndaquil felt anger and grief collapse on her. She cried and lashed out at her pokeball, heating and slashing until it shattered into a million little pieces. She scratched and scratches, but try as she might, she couldn't get her collar off. Fleeing into the first dark place she could find, Cinder started to think things over.. He replaced me for a girl.. He abandoned me for her.. then he left me, WITHOUT her. I didnt do anything. He ditched me. For nothing! Humans are not trustworthy.. they do not deserve trust. No. They will not control or hurt me ever again.
Lighting up her flames, she marched through the dark like a star, looking for other Pokemon to be with.
|Appearance||A generally normal Cyndaquil, Cinder's flameproof fur is very long, often hanging in her eyes. Her blue-green color goes over the top of her thighs. She wears a tight red-brown collar with a large gray Everstone bell on it.|
|Personality|| Shes relaxed since her days with her trainer, in the sense that she wont fight every Pokemon she lays her eyes on. Cinder still loves the feel of battling though, and isnt afraid to pick a fight. If angered, she tries to get the other pokemon railed up for a battle.|
Cinder doesnt completely trust others at first, but grows attached and relaxes to them. She wishes to make friends, maybe some sparring partners. Mostly though, she wants someone to be with, a companion or few, so she wont be alone anymore.
Her emotions twist and hurt inside her. Generally, she is spunky and bold, and can be arrogant. But she can easily change to being angry and bitter, then to distraught and distressed. Cinder is not afraid to speak her mind. Her people skills are very poor from being alone so lone, so she will give her opinion of others very bluntly.
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