The students at Cherrilli Academy are just like the kids at any other school. They have their friends, enemies, boyfriends and girlfriends, and tons of drama, but they are Pokemon trainers! Each trainer is a member of a team that represents a Pokemon region. The teams compete against each other for the grand prize at the end of the semester. Good luck!
Asuza was curious to see what Pokemon were up for adoption, and had come to the Pokemon Adoption Center to see. Entering the Shop and Smiling Warmly to the Clerk, she found that there were Four Pokemon in the center for adoption. A Gible, A Litwick, A Sandile and a Beldum. She liked DArk and Ghost Pokemon alot, so she asked the attendant about them. "How much for the Sandile and the Litwick?" As she asked, she heard a bit of a Whine, which came from the Gible. She Looked over to it, seeing that it was sad, and guessing that it was because it wanted to stay with it's friends, she quickly added to her request, "And the Gible?" To which the small dragon type jumped and let out a small but happy cry.
Post by Principal Sash on Jan 23, 2016 21:23:38 GMT -5
The clerk listened to Asuza with interest. She nodded at his questions and pulled out a sheet of paper that listed the prices of the Pokemon. "Let's see... The Sandile is $2,100, the Litwick is $210, and the Gible is also $210." She made a quick calculation on her calculator. "The total would be $2,520. Would you like me to fetch them for you?"
OOC: I'm so sorry about this! I don't know how the staff and I all missed it.
"Yes please." She said, Hoping that each of these Pokemon would make the valuable additions to her team that she thought they would. She handed the Money to the Clerk, and waited for him to return with her new Pokemon.
((OOC: I'm wondering too, but it's okay, everyone makes mistakes.))
Post by Principal Sash on Jan 24, 2016 20:24:54 GMT -5
The clerk nodded once. "Alright." She took the money and rang up the transaction. Then she headed to the cages where the Pokemon were kept. She returned the three chosen ones to their Pokeballs and then returned to the boy. "Here you go," she said, handing the spheres to them. "Take good care of them!"