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User:Scyther Be Awesome/Sandbox

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I'm going to use this from now on for first drafts of new articles or huge revisions of existing articles. I'm sorry if I wind up editing the User space too much because of this, but I hope it's excused, this is slightly more productive than editing my user page.

As for the manga synopses, it may take me a while. I'd like to finish I'm Your Venusar myself, since I've already done some work, but if anyone else would like to start the others, please feel free.

ET09

I'm Your Venusaur is the ninth chapter of The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga. It was featured in the third volume, Electric Pikachu Boogaloo.

Synopsis

The chapter begins with a view of a small town developed under and around a large tree. As the human characters work some jobs to make money, Pikachu and Bulbasaur are going for a walk when they happen upon an Ivysaur. Pikachu comments on the amount of seed Pokémon, Bulbasaur and its evolutions, there are in the town. Ivysaur tells them a story about how the Venusaur Tree, the large tree in the middle of the town, was spawned by a Venusaur who defended the townspeople in battle, spurring the people to take good care of seed Pokémon. Bulbasaur claims that the story isn't true, and is only a tale that the people made up, while Ivysaur insists that it is true, and the Venusaur has become a Guardian Spirit and lives in the top of the tree. To prove it, Ivysaur talks to three Venusaur, all with contradicting stories, causing Bulbasaur to doubt the story further.