Here is the chapter from Columbia: Myths, Legends and Truths that I told you about. What if we found this? THINK of the possibilities! Something to think on...
By. Adam Bankhurst
Back when Columbia was founded, a scientist by the name of Samuel Oak was working on a vigor that would be unlike anything seen before. His research was kept secret, and the Professor, as he was called, would work 24/7/365 without the faintest glimpse of the outside world or the incredible city that was right outside his door. It was all worth it though, for he created a way to capture enemies and use them as allies. He called this vigor Pocket Monstrosities, as you would capture an enemy, or monster, and carry them in a PokéBall that would fit in your pocket!
This PokéBall was created by focusing all the energy to the palm of your hand and creating a sphere that would serve as a "home" for the captured enemy. Once you weakened the enemy you would throw this PokéBall at them, and if successful, they would be contained in the sphere. They'd now be under your control and available to fight, for you, whenever you needed.
Here is an example of Pocket Monstrosities in action;
Could Oak have hidden a stash of this Vigor somewhere on Columbia? Was it actually destroyed or is it locked up somewhere, just waiting to be found? If it is still around, let's hope it doesn't fall, once again, into the wrong hands.
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