Rowdy behaviour was not an uncommon occurrence in a busy place like the docks. That day however something slightly different was reported. Apparently a scarred, shiny Ivysaur attacked a simple merchant out of nowhere. The other Pokemon at the docks managed to chase the attacker away before any real harm was done. Normally, events like that would just get drowned out by everything else that was going on - but this time rumours spread.
Some merchants have said that maybe this Ivysaur was a wanted criminal from the grass continent. There was a team of outlaws on the grass continent led by Venusaur, that caused much harm throughout the years - and some say there was an Ivysaur among them. It wasn’t a clear lead, but it lit like a match in a stack of hay. Why such a criminal would show up on Celestia, nobody knew, but rumours were stronger than common sense. The potential criminal reportedly fled to the beach after the incident. Among the talk of the docks, there have been calls for someone to check if this Pokemon poses a threat.
The Ivysaur laid down between two rocks. It was hard to find a place properly out of sight on this beach, but these rocks at least helped a little - even though they couldn’t hide the large, bright yellow flower on his back. Bramble furiously pushed the sand in front of him around. “Stupid merchant,” he mumbled. He just wanted to buy an apple or two, as he hadn’t eaten anything proper for the entire duration of his ocean voyage.
“Stupid Mantine,” he continued. “’Bet you won’t make it far without violence’,” he mockingly imitated the Mantine’s voice. “Things would have gone much better had I just punched that merchant… but I’ll show you.” Then his stomach grumbled and he fell to the ground. A moment later he screamed out of frustration. Bramble jumped up and used Take Down to crash his head against one of the rocks next to him - breaking it in two. He stumbled a step back. No violence against other Pokemon, sure, but rocks were fine. Somehow he had to let the anger out.