Tamer Name: Kazuki
Digimon Species: Impmon
Battle Type: Hologram [Preferably stick with Child level]
Field Area: A field that is much like the Grassy Plains, except dirt instead of grass. Not sandy dirt, but a solid ground. Also, boulders or jagged rocks coming up. About seven feet tall of more, making attacks dodgable or ability to use them in tactics. As to estimate how far apart they are, probably several yards apart, but all in all they are spaced enough to have an ample amount of room to walk around.
4,900 - 50 = 4,850 bits
Yaamon had brought Kazuki to the desired place--the City. He had found it to be intriguing, and a place where the boy could really get answers, or better yet, something to do. However, not trying to be too selfish, Yaamon thought it was time to train himself, as well as show Kazuki the extent of how much or how bad digimon battling can be."I'm here to show you something."
Yaamon said, guiding the boy to the control panel. He bounced about, making sure it was the right one. "Start putting the corresponding information in this machine."
But there was something missing. A part that Yaamon might have shown Kazuki, but never stayed in for a very long time. "Yaamon digivolve too... Impmon!"
The sound was mumbled, and Kazuki seemed to not care. But the new digimon examined what information he did put in. "This is going to be some battle, huh? You're going to fight?"
Kazuki said, guiding a hand to his pocket, where three cards were. "Good thing I stopped to get these..."
A sigh came, following Kazuki's lightly concerned words. Impmon, as Kazuki thought, better know what he is doing.
Getting ready, Impmon got into a stance. His moves were something Kaz never really witnessed, and the field started to turn. The hard floor turned into dirt--as if they went to a canyon or desert. Rocked started to appear, being as tall as Kazuki, and maybe double his height. The rocks were spaced far enough apart, but it seemed to Impmon that it could be troublesome. He didn't battle every day and didn't know how he'd do. All the digimon could think is that he and Kazuki have to work together soon.
It was then that something formed away from the pair, and the thing had only transformed into a silhouette. Of course, it must be Impmon’s opponent. Trying to gain the upper hand, Kaz lifted his D-Ban. While fiddling with the buttons, the silhouette started to form more of a figure, and soon started to fade into view its body. A page came up, and Kaz squinted to check it over. It appeared to be an Agumon, a vaccine type, also resembling a dinosaur. Of course it had said it was at a Child level, and the D-Ban told him that Impmon was too.”Impmon, watch out. It is an Agumon.”
Kaz said, determined not to get Impmon hurt too bad. He knew what it was the moment he stepped in. A fight and a fight that would require their teamwork. Impmon seemed as if he was testing the boy, so Kaz wasn’t ready to back down. He pulled out three cards, which he bought while in the City’s Card Shop. He didn’t really know how to use them, but there is always a first. He started to read them, and figured he could use two of the three. ”Baby Flame!”
Agumon yelled out; flames bursting from its mouth. It was on the move already, and Impmon hadn’t started.”Try dodging!”
Kaz called out, before finishing through his cards. ”Use a move!””A move? You’re able to look my information up too, ya’ know!”
Impmon sighed, but started to use his Badda Boom right after he dodged the fireball. His own style of fireball flew over and missed the Agumon. Though, the dinosaur failed to attack so soon, Impmon went on the offensive and started to charge his Inferno Funnel! It was an attack that conjured fire and ice energy, and he’d hurl it at the reptile as soon as he was done. ”Should I use a card?””Probably not. I looked over them earlier, and there wasn’t anything too good.”
Impmon dismissed the idea of using cards already, although he didn’t mind Flame Burst. Unfortunately, he was trying to teach Kaz a lesson. Either way, the Inferno Funnel had finished and the imp digimon tossed it at the Agumon.
As it seemed that the Agumon would be hit, it leaped up and used Baby Flame to utilize the force it made to blow him to the side, just missing the fire ball. As it turned, the Ice Ball swat at its foot, sending it flipping once before hitting the ground on its belly. ”Pretty good, Impmon.”
Agumon commented, standing up and waiting to gather complete balance. Flames gently licked the sides of his mouth, before he let another burst out. This one sort of caught Impmon off guard, having used some energy and concentrated it all, it made him vulnerable. The fireball whacked him in the gut, sending him immediately to the ground. The tip of his bandana had been burned off; ashes from it fell to the ground like a paper let go. ”Same, Agumon. You’re going to be a tough opponent.”
Impmon said, sitting up. He was still tired. ”Card Slash!”
Kaz started to say, swiping a card through the device after he found the port for it. ”Flame Burst Activate!”
In the spur of the moment, Impmon shot off what looked almost like a Baby Flame. This surprised Agumon, who had been hit and tumbled to the ground. Sitting up, the digimon were alike now. ”Whoa!”
the boy yelped out, surprised at what went down.