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It had only been a few minutes after the intense sparring match that had ripped up the training ring, and now that the mat was replaced and all students were situated around the border of the square training floor, master Marowak began his instruction for the day.
"Alright students, today's lessons will begin as normal, though I do believe I should explain our style of teachings to our newest recruit." Master Marowak explained as he stood in the center of the sparring area with his bone club on the floor as the walking Cain he tended to use it as.
"Young Kaze, do you know that most Pokemon species can learn a set of moves based on their birth line?" Master Marowak began to explain as he turned his attention to his newest student who knelt along with all of the others.
"Yes, but Pokemon can also learn moves outside of their birth moves by training, and that's why I'm here." The Lucario spoke up, and gained some mutters from his surrounding students
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The entire school sat around the square sparring ring with a tight tension in the air as the small and scruffy Growlithe glared up at the towering Lucario, who's calm and cool disposition made him harder to read.
The Mr.mime that held the responsibility to mediate, looked at the two incredibly different contenders with a nervous expression.
"R-ready....Go!" He called out as he swung his arm down, initiating the fight.
The small Growlithe quickly went into an attack ready stance while Kaze just stood there with his arms crossed.
The entire dojo fell silent as these two stood apart, neither making a move for nearly a minute.
"Are they stuck or something?" One of the students muttered in the mix of the crowd.
"I think they are sizing each other up" another muttered in the crowd as the muttering grew louder.
"Hey, do something, one of you!" A voice called out from the muttering.
The young Growlithe hadn't broken his focus on his blue opponent from the mo
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"Oh man that crash looked bad."
"Think he's gonna be alright?"
"He doesn't look that strong if you ask me."
Many other small comments from the many other Pokemon species that stood over the now coming to conscience Lucario.
"Ugh..." Kaze groaned as he sat up and held a paw over his head.
"Oh, good. Your awake." Master Marowak commented as he held his bone club over the Lucario's head, completely halting his previous swinging motion.
"Attention everyone! This is our new Student: Kaze...." The Marowak announced, with undivided attention from each of his students.
"That is all...now to your sparring!" Master Marowak instructed, and even a moments hesitation, every Pokemon type made their way inside the dojo.
"Please, come this way." The training master requested as he walked forward, dragging the still unconscious Growlithe by the tail, into the dojo.
"Graaaaghhhh!" A small, purple monkey groaned in pain as he was knocked out of the square,
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"Hmm.." The Lucario named Kaze muttered in thought as he walked through the open courtyard of the dojo that was littered with bones, that didn't seem to bother him but did catch his attention.
"I knew this place was a bit out dated but I didn't think.."
"Didn't think what now?" A voice questioned from behind the Lucario, causing him to jump and turn, with a more startled than aggressive expression, only to be more confused when there was no owner to this voice.
"Umm.." He uttered, a bit confused as he searched the immediate area, upward, left, right and forward. But it wasn't until he brought his gase was brought downwards that he got the answer he seeked.
"What was that you were saying about my Dojo?" The small holder of the voice questioned once again, not even making eye contact or looking up at all to his much taller conversation partner.
Kaze couldn't help but be taken back by this sudden and up close greeting, especially from this odd look