The Pokemon Allies
General Note: All of these pokemon have been upgraded physically and in their major element through nanotech, genetics, and magic. Each has a subcutaneous communicator, illusion generator, transponder, and self-controllable psi-blocker, (in one).
Eos, an "Eeveon"
Typically, an Eevee can evolve into one of five forms:
Pallas, a Hootoot
1. Vaporeon, the water pokemon.
2. Jolteon, the electric pokemon.
3. Flareon, the fire pokemon.
4. Espeon, the psychic-type pokemon.
5. Umbreon, the dark-type pokemon.
However, with some judicious genetic tinkering and bio-engineering, coupled with several perfect-condition fire/water/thunder-stones, and the careful application of evolution at a precise moment during sunrise... The result was a new "Eeveon", an Eevee that can switch back an forth between all of it's evolutionary forms with ease. After much training, Eos has also been able to change into a merge of several forms. Additional nano-enhancements have also raised his general power levels in each applicable element.
Pallas is an owl pokemon that has grown so powerful that it exceeds it's evolved form of Noctowl in all areas except size. It has also learned to teleport.
Tachi, a Scizor
Start with a Scyther. Have it learn from the best martial arts ninja masters out there to develop it's stealth potential. Also have it develop some funky chi skills and unorthodox sword-skills. Now, instead of evolving it with a normal metal coat for evolution, use instead a "coat" incorporating the following ores: adamantium, vibranium, and mithril. Throw in a handful of nanites, a few anti-EMP measures, and a few stealth-type spells...
Leilani, a Bellosom
What results is a very, very, very durable uber-ninja of Kontasu-level skills. One which can also do very, very well fighting in the open like a samurai as well. Oh yes, and unlike normal Scizors, Tachi can fly quite well... at supersonic speeds, in fact.
While Lei is capable of devastating attacks like the solarbeam, her strong point is her bio-botanic generation abilities. With some tweaking, she is capable of replicating any sort of pollen, spores, or other plant matter. She has spent most of her time updating her already vast stores of possibilities with new types of exotic plant matter from different dimensions.
Cody, a Porygon II
And of course, she did take a stroll through the back counter stores of the Nekohaten during one of our trips to the Ranma-verse (while Cologne and co. were absent, of course). As well as a stroll through Kodachi Kuno's botanical garden (while Kodachi was out chasing Ranma, of course). Needless to say, she's all set.
Cody was specially programmed by Culture-level AIs, and further augmented by other notaries such as Washu and Skuld. He usually dwells inside the Andromeda AI system. Rommie, the Andromeda's AI, seems to tolerate, even enjoy, his company. This also means, of course, that he is essentially a Culture-level AI also, despite his origins.
Han-Mei, a Stantler
Power-wise, Cody is just a few steps short of effector level, not that he usually uses those powers, of course.
A pokemon with psychic abilities and powerful illusion generation powers that sometimes read as reality warping on scanners. He's fairly new to the group, so much of his potential remain untapped. On planetside, he can easily function as ground-transportation; his upgraded speeds can reach several machs, and he can last for fairly long periods of time due to stamina enhancements.
Joye, a Jigglypuff
Remember that little ball-type thing from MiB? The one J set off in the labs and started ricochetting all over the place, causing massive damage?
Lyta, a Ponyta
Lyta remains unchanged from a regular ponyta, except that she has a set of magically created wings. ...Well, that and the fact that she can run faster than most Rapidashes, it's evolved form. That probably resulted from it's constant chasing after Han-Mei, which helped train her to reach supersonic speeds.
Kanga, a Kangaskhan
Well, that's Joye, except Joye is larger and more pink. Unlike the haphazard ricochets of that device, Joye is much more... timely in hers. It's one of the laws of anime: cute cuddly things always lucks out on their "accidental" destructiveness.
Again, not much tweaking there... aside from the fact that she seems to have decided to "adopt" Rune.
Bit, a Porygon
Again, Culture-tech programmed, but not as nearly as powerful/intelligent as Cody.
Maia, a Chansey
She stays in the Andromeda infirmary most of the time, using her powers to heal pokemon injured in training, fights, or accidents.
Dumbdog, a Houndoom
Fairly normal, after obtaining higher Levels however, it trained by hunting down, and worrying the EVIL KITTEN SPAWN OF SATAN!!! (And after them, ChuckG ought to be a peice of Cake... :-) )
AnimeBug, a Scizor
As the name implies, he trained alot under every Anime system I could get him in as a Scyther... Instead of Metal Coat though, I just went straight for "Quatinum Armour Coat" Now as a Scizor, his Defense is through the roof, his Speed is second to None (As far as has been tested thoughout Anime) And his strength and Special Attack are through the roof...
Oh... and we gave him one of those "psi-blockers" too...
RandAlthr, an Alakazam
A superstrong psychic, trained by some of the best across the Multiverse. Other than teaching him some cool Pysical moves, not all that much is unusual about him... Aside from the obscene Speed and Special Attack ratings, of course...
A flying pokemon that is capable of a wider variety of attacks than most game versions. Can hyperbeam repeatedly without needing to rest, can fly for extended periods of time with me on his back with no apparent fatigue, and his safeguard, which now helps against physical damage creates a force field around me and him.
Likely to evolve during the movie. A psychic pokemon who can teleport anywhere on a planet the size of Earth as an Abra, so he can now teleport to planets in the same solar system. His psychic attacks and defenses can be kept up simultaneously and their power level exceeds that of an Alakazam. Hates Z-woman with a passion.
A dark and fire type. Can steal with a simple tackle attack, shadow jump, and has fire attacks that rival all natural earthbound fires. Blends into the shadows.
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