And, to the Eevee's surprise, there was a Burmy. The 'bush' he thought that hid the wild pokemon was actually the pokemon itself. Luis chuckled, finding the irony rather amusing. If he was one for using horrible, corny jokes, this would've been some gold material. He stared at the bush-like pokemon, eyes half-lidded to show how uninterested he seemed. However, the small tug on the corner of his mouth seemed to indicate mischief. Well, it probably wouldn't be very challenging, but a chance for training was something he wasn't going to pass up.
The Burmy gave a squeal of surprise when it saw the Eevee approach it. The brown pokemon suddenly pounced, and immediately the bush-like bug coated itself with a glowing green shield of light. As Luis collided with it, the shield of light burst, sending him back. The Eevee didn't seem to have appreciated the gesture, as he stood up, now growling with irritation. 'Oh come on, Protect? How pathetic can you Burmy be?'
His piercing eyes glared at the Burmy, before he pounced for another Tackle. It used Protect again, fearing for its own life. This only provoked the Eevee further- his patience dropping by the minute. When he was yet again blocked by another Protect, he stood back up, rage building and looking as if he was about to commit murder. And fact is, he was. "Ee... Eevee... EEVEE. < I... am going... TO KILL YOU.
>" He roared, causing the Burmy to screech in surprise and terror. The bug suddenly bolted into the darkness, attempting to flee from the angered fox.
"Eevee vee vee! < GET BACK HERE!
>" The Eevee called, chasing after the fleeing bug. He had to give it for the Burmy- it was pretty quick. But not quick enough. He caught up to the bush pokemon in less than a few minutes, not having to break a single sweat as he pounced onto the target, planting his paws on its leaf-covered head and forcing it face-first onto the ground. The normal type growled, raising his paw and unsheathing his claws. He began scratching away at the Burmy, tearing apart its leafy cloak in order to reach its body. Once he saw the black, slightly sticky skin, he stabbed his considerably long, sharp claws into it. The sharp appendage sunk into the dark skin with ease, causing three holes on the Burmy's back. Green blood oozed from the injuries as Aloysius continued attacking the skin with his claws, effectively covering his once-clean paws with disgusting, green fluids. The bug screeched in pain, struggling with all its might in order to free itself from under its deranged attacker. It suddenly brought its head up, hitting the Eevee in the face. Aloysius gave a yelp, being hit by the measly attack. He growled, bringing a paw up and striking the Burmy on the head, leaving a rather nasty gash on the bug. It continued to struggle, its energy sapping away slowly as it continued to lose blood.
Aloysius was blind with fury, not realizing what he was doing as he continued ripping the Burmy to shreds. At this point, the area was covered in wrecked leaves, green blood, and bits and pieces of what used to be the Burmy. Once done, the Eevee took a step back, blinking. He stared at the filthy mess he made. What had he done? He didn't know. All he knew was that he'd done it, practically without thinking. Was it instinct? Or did he just have some serious anger issues? He chuckled at the latter. 'Hm... No, it must've just been instinct. I may have been raised in a lab, but I still have a sense of survival. That Burmy was just... at the bottom of the food chain, is all. It's not like anyone will find-'
He paused, slowly looking down at his paws. Tainted. Filthy. With disgusting, bug blood. He made a gagging noise, finding this to be very unhygienic. He looked over to the dead Burmy, deciding what to do.
[Author's Note: Burmy died pretty quickly since I have a belief that Burmy have rather tender skin, which is why they wear thick layers of material to shield themselves. Skin is also sticky in order to make collection of material easier.] Nocive carried out 2 launched of one Hollophyll Forest (Image not informed.) :