And thus we begin another segment.
I fight all the trainers on the dock at route 205.
SO MANY MAGIKARPS. I about fell asleep fighting them.
In exploring Eterna City, I go south in the transition tunnel and run across some scientist who explains he's Professor Rowan's assistant and Dawn's father.
He gave a smile. "I've come a long way to help you on your adventure at Rowan's request. How many Pokemon have you met?"
I take out my Pokedex. "I have 45 recorded so far."
He smiles again. "Wonderful! Yes, bravo! Rowan should be delighted! Here is something for you." He put out his hand and I took the item.
Unwrapping it, I see it's somethin called Exp. Share.
Somewhat an explanatory item. I try and continue onward, but the lady at the counter stops me and says that Cycling Road is only for Bicycles.
Well then. I head over to the Bicycle shop and there's a kid in there who says that the manager has gone off to the Team Galactic Building.
Okay then, off I go. I really want that bike.
I cut down a few trees in front of the Galactic Building. They really should hire a landscaper. I also find the TM46 (Theif).
I open the front door and step into the lobby area. To my right, a Grunt approaches me and whispers.
"Hello! It's me! I have startled you, yes?"
"I am, after all, an officer of the International Police."
Why can't he go be international somewhere else?
"It is only natural that I be a master of disguise."
Someone only told you that because they wanted you to go away. Like me.
"You are a first-rate Trainer. Of that, I am very aware."
I'm gonna be the best.
"I therefore think you'll be okay..."
Like no one ever was.
"...but I must warn you to be careful anyway."
To catch them is my real test.
"Also, a word of advice."
To train them is my cause.
"This building, it has two stairs. One of them, a trap must be."
The heck? Why is he going Yoda all of a sudden?
"But the crooks of Team Galctic, they do not appear, how shall I say, smart."
No kidding, Sherlock. You managed to get into their ranks without being noticed.
"There should be an easy way to tell the stairs apart!"
I'll have you test them.
And with that, Looker goes silent. Thank goodness.
And with that I'm going to save and quit for now.