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!
Post by Principal Sash on Oct 14, 2017 19:34:43 GMT -5
Miss Riverton entered the classroom ready to teach. Today the topic was Pokemon contests. She hoped she could do the subject justice. She did a little jog in place to get herself ready. Then she took her seat at her desk and pulled out her enrollment sheet: Nate Kerston and Faith Donnellon .
Post by Faith Donnellon on Oct 17, 2017 15:21:37 GMT -5
Faith entered the classroom with Willy by her side. She was anxious to take the final contest course. She hoped it would give her everything she needed to be a great coordinator like her mom. She did not want to let her down again. She sat up front while her Bibarel stood beside her.
Post by Nate Kerston on Nov 13, 2017 21:13:39 GMT -5
Nate and Watcher walked into the classroom together. The boy nodded at the teacher and then took a seat in the front. He hoped this would be an interesting class. He did enjoy competing in contests, and he looked forward to gaining new skills.
Post by Faith Donnellon on Dec 3, 2017 21:29:49 GMT -5
Faith smiled. She enjoyed questions that liked making her think. "This is Willy," she said. "I do not think a contest is the right time to evolve a Pokemon. It should be something special instead of a publicity stunt."
Post by Nate Kerston on Dec 7, 2017 20:13:55 GMT -5
Nate patiently waited for his turn to speak. He took the chance to think of an answer to the question. Finally, he was ready. "This is Watcher. I think it's fine to evolve a Pokemon during a contest. It makes the Pokemon feel special, and that's what contests are all about.