"We have! Hoenn is quite beautiful, and we've won many ribbons there. I had hoped for a chance for us to show off our skills here, but it seems unlikely now." She shook all three of her heads. "Terrible business, what happened this morning."Victoria gasped. ("Well, that's just wonderful! Have you ever been to Hoenn? I would love to go head-to-head with you in a Beauty Contest.") She glanced over at Hazel and smiled. ("Perhaps Hazel and Jack could join us.")
"No worries, child," she replied, flashing another toothy grin. "I took a look myself and it is indeed dragon fire. Which is not unlike regular fire. I suspect the Drampa tried to attack whoever took them. I must say I am surprised, I could tell that Drampa was quite strong. Whoever took them must have been either fast or strong as well."“I don’t really know,” Jack replied, moving a wing through his leek. “Usually I’d be at the audience seats, but would they like seeing my leek attacks? Seb always compared Pokémon battles to those cartoons on TV and the internet.”
The humanoid Farfetch’d moved his gaze up at the Hydreigon. “That wasn’t really what I wanted to talk about—I just wanted to ask you about what happened at the beach this morning. A Drampa and her human were there, and there was a scorch mark and glass on the shore, so we were wondering if the attack came from a dragon or a Fire-type.” He paused for a moment and cleared his throat. “Sorry if I’m talking too fast.”
She snorted, a plume of smoke rising from her nostrils, and a faint growl rumbling in her chest. "Whoever did this should pray to their gods they do not run across me. I will rend the flesh from their bones and-" she cleared her throat and smiled again. "Never mind that though, I hope that answer helps you somehow!"
Toby brightened, clearly pleased at the chance to share more on something he was passionate about.lf from her mind going overboard, she instead focused on typing the gist of the conversation and relayed it to Violet.
She smiled, and turned back to Toby. "Apologies; she cannot get enough affection at times," she said, forcing out a light chuckle before asking a question that seemed innocent enough. "How do you integrate moves in contests? I have been fascinated by the allure of contests' spectacle, yet have not had the chance to look into the scene mineself."
"When I first started doing contests I thought it was just about doing really flashy moves and being strong. But the real trick to a contest is finding ways to draw out a pokemons full potential. To show them off in ways most people never expect. Everyone thinks Regalia here is really scary," he said as he patted her neck. "But she can beautiful with her strength too. And of course it's knowing how to blend the aura of two different moves to create something new."