Gyarados: How exactly does that Dragon Beam thing work? I know you close your eyes and turn grayish, and then you fire the beam, but could you explain a little more? Or is there nothing more to explain?
Too bad Suicune can't explain.
Alan: Do you ever plan to tell Molzapart about Thunderyu, Volcaryu, and Polaryu?
Gyarados: I… don't know how it works. Somehow I drain all the energy from my body and use it to attack. I only discovered I could do it.
Alan: I've told him already. We've… well, pieced it together. I just don't understand why Chaletwo would keep something like this from us. Couldn't it have helped if he'd told us everything about their powers, at least? Couldn't he… you know, change them, if he's the one who made them in the first place? Why didn't he even tell Molzapart before we set out to capture all the legendaries?
May: Well, depends on what I'd be going up against. You have to pick your team with respect to what your opponent has, you know? And where you'll be battling, what kind of strategy you want to employ, that kind of stuff.
Letaligon: Just out of curiosity, have you seen your father use moves that Letaligon learn by TM/can't learn normally? With all the training and whatnot, it seems to me you're at a bit of an advantage.
Sheesh, stupid database wipe >.> I can't remember what was in my signature! Oh well, something new then I guess.
Current quote: I had a dream… I dreamed that I was eating a ten-pound marshmallow, and when I woke up the pillow was gone.
Pichu kid: That girl makes all her Pokémon evolve and keeps switching them out while I treat them with love and kindness and trust them to win! I know I'm the better trainer. It's not about who wins or loses. It's about loving and respecting your Pokémon!
Pikachu: Nah, not really. He's a nice kid and usually we don't even do that badly - we did get all the badges, after all. He just doesn't really belong in a place like the League, where you have to switch all the time, all the Pokémon are evolved and the trainers choose their teams to counter what their opponent has.
We'll just move on to another region and have more adventures there, I guess.
Aaron: Well, we can only do it when the situation makes it possible, so we couldn't exactly do it a lot. We did prepare it for one battle a while ago, though, and used it then, as well as in a few later ones. Maybe four or five times in all?
Megan: That's just the way I work. I like getting to know new Pokémon, exploring places with them and training different techniques. I love how unique each one is. So I dunno, I just spend a lot of my time with all my Pokémon figuring out their strengths and their best strategies.