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Location: Helplessly following Kira
Born: 21 June 2003
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- Making my characters suffer for no apparent reason
Joined: 26-August 17
Last Seen: Yesterday at 06:59 pm
Local Time: Apr 22 2018, 01:04 PM
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Apr 16 2018, 06:07 PM
Three silently stomped her hooves in the dirt, pacing around a large tree. Her bold expression never faded as she circled around the tree, staring off into the desert. Dust danced in the cool Autumn breeze.
The mareep immediately tensed up as a voice called behind her. "(Hey, Three! What'cha doing!?)"
She quickly spun around and faced another mareep, a gleeful expression upon his face. Three narrowed her eyes in annoyance. "(I'm patrolling, dummy. You never know when there could be a big pidgeot coming to swoop down and take one of you guys off!)"
"(Why only One?)"
"(You know what I mean, Four!)" She hissed. She shook her head aggressively. God, why did her mother have to be horrible with naming her children? She was just allowing her son to be more stupid.
"(... No, I dwon't.)" Four replied, confusion lacing his expression and voice. Three hissed once again, glaring at her brother. "(Don't you have someone else to bother?)"
"(Well, Mama and Dada are out huntin'... Two and One are napping...-)"
"(Can you just go play out in the dirt or something!?)"
"(Ooh! Yeah, swure!)" Four cheered, starting to roll away from the tree and the group. His sister let out a big sigh, and continued circling the tree.
As night fell, Three was starting to wonder where her parents were. Mom and Dad were usually home around this time... Did they actually get lost? No, that was impossible...
Three looked over at her chatting brothers. They seemed perfectly okay with this... Idiots.
Time went on, and the mareep was growing tempted to ditch waiting and go to sleep. Well, she wasn't sleeping. Not right now. She was hungry, dang it!
Three's stomach growled as she sat on the large roots of the tree. Looking upon only scrubland and dirt was starting to get a little boring. She turned her attention briefly to her brothers and their conversation.
"(So, how about training in the morning!? I really wanna show off this one trick I know and beat 'cha guys to the ground!)" Two squealed, happily padding the dirt with his hooves.
"(Please, I can take you down any day!)" One laughed, getting up and tackling his brother. Two joined in on the laughter, and the two rolled around in the dirt. Four seemed to tense up and panic as the two mareep started to playfight.
Three sighed, and turned her attention back to the far-off distance.
What seemed like forever ticked by, and some light was finally showing off in the distance. The small mareep burst up in delight and quickly shouted over to her siblings. "(They're back! Foods here!)"
The three others immediately stopped their antics, and sat in a little line of wool. Although Three didn't join them, she had her eyes trained on the nearing light.
Slowly, but surely, a large ampharos and dunsparce began to approach them. The female burst up in delight, and smiled at the thought of food.
"(Hello, ya little nuggets! Sorry we're later than usual! Food was pretty scarce today!)" The little snake explained, fluttering in the air for a few brief seconds. The ampharos smiled happily, and dropped a small pile of berries in front of One, Two, and Four. "(Eat up, sweeties!)"
The brothers perked up, and started to wolf down the pile. Three winced at their fast eating, and tried to hurry over there to grab a few bites. But when she reached the group, the berries had vanished.
Three groaned, and wanted to shout at her siblings. She couldn't though, as her mother was nearby. Instead, the mareep sighed, and went back to her spot.
The little sheep sighed as her stomach began to growl even louder. She laid her head in her hooves. She growled silently to herself.
Suddenly, a small poke touched her side. Three glanced up, and glared up at whoever was disturbing her. Her father smiled with pride, and nudged something towards her. "(Thought you might want this.)"
Three blinked, and looked down. Her eyes immediately lit up in happiness as she realized her father had given her a few berries. She aggressively thanked the dunsparce with a sharp nod and quickly began to chomp on the little bits of food.
The night ended on a silent note, but a happy one at least. Three had gotten a good amount of food for once, and she was satisfied with just that.
Apr 14 2018, 05:52 AM
Blue never really got out of the house these days, that was for certain. Today was one of those days. The morning sun crept through the windows, lighting up the rooms of the house. Blue had seated herself against a wall, attempting to groom a fidgeting Pyro in her lap. While she was perfectly fine with some loose fur to the side, this was completely different. Pyro looked like a purple and tan bush... But honestly, this was an attempt to get her mind off her lost durant.
Both of the stunky's caretakers, Sasha and Mary, were watching in amusement as their human tried to make the baby's fur lay flat. With Pyro moving his body around every 3 seconds, it was fair to say that Blue was having trouble with doing her task.
FInally, the girl gave up on trying and lightly set the stunky down. He squealed, and started to run around. Sasha's bleat almost seemed like a laugh. Blue sighed, and looked over at the dog and sheep. "You guys think we should let him let out some energy on the beach?"
The houndour's head perked up, and looked to the mareep. Sasha nodded intently at the question. The human blinked, and shrugged. "... Okay, I guess."
Blue cautiously opened the door to the house, looking behind her to check on her pokemon. One by one, the pokemon filtered out the door. Pyro bolted past the others, and immediately started to do some mini-laps around the yard.
Blue smiled lightly at the excited skunk, and slowly started to make her way towards the nearby beach. Each pokemon started to follow afterwards, and slowly started to be the followed.
Everything was going fine until Pyro's attention turned from the group. Blue noticed this, and immediately began to panic as the small baby started to sprint away from them.
The human signaled her team to go after the stunky, but Sasha was already on his tail. Mary and Blue followed after them.
The human didn't know where exactly they were heading, but hopefully things would turn out just fine.@AjSol
Apr 2 2018, 10:10 PM
Blue smiled lightly as she sat at the table, watching Chuck toss around food in the fire. Her stomach made no note of being hungry, but watching this macho man try and make good food felt amusing to her for some reason.
Nearby, Sasha, Mary, and Pyro sat close to each other in a small circle. They were each taking turns of eating a small wishiwashi that had been tossed near them. While the houndour and stunky didn't have all too much trouble, the mareep took longer to chew and swallow the fish. She didn't exactly enjoy the salty taste of it, but it was food.
She liked feeling like a predator. She loathed the thought of being pathetic prey like this fish, merely existing for others to kill and thrive from it. Plus, there wasn't any grass to eat around here right now. Sasha groaned and took another small bite of the fish.
Fluffy stood lengths away from the group, choosing to sit by her lonesome instead of associating with her team. The ant only sent glares and hisses at the group as acknowledgement. The three mammals gave no heed to Flu.
Blue nodded as Chuck awkwardly shuffled to the table, a visibly burnt magikarp being held in his hands. There were smears of berries on the meat, although it seemed that the actual food either fell or burnt off.
"Buen provecho." Blue murmured, giggling half-heartedly as Chuck turned red with embarrassment and quickly set the fish onto the table. They silently exchanged nods of understand and started to tear pieces off of the fish.
It tasted how it looked. Pretty burnt. The crunch was nice, but the taste of salt and ash put her off. How did Oasis people enjoy this so much? Blue sighed, and crossed her arms to set on the table. She rested her head on her crossed arms, and watched as Chuck chomped on his meal.
"So how was your day?" Chuck asked in-between bites.
"Pretty normal, I'd suppose... Fine." Blue replied in a small whisper. She tried to flash a smile along with it, but it appeared to be plenty forced.
Apr 1 2018, 06:21 PM
Dawn took a long sigh as she stood by the door, listening thoroughly to Winter's usual speech. The woman always made sure the other had a big rundown on what to do and what not to do, as if Dawn were a child. While the tall girl didn't like being patronized by her friend, it felt nice to know that she cared.
"And please be home by sundown! Callie and I worry about you whenever you doze off in the middle in the woods. You remember last time, right-!" Winter whimpered.
"I can assure you, I'll be fine." Dawn replied while attempting to pull her hair back into a ponytail with a loose set of string. She pulled the string into a knot, and lowered her hands. "And please, I'm sorry about last time. I know it's my own fault that I didn't wake up for a bit, but still..."
"I know. Just... Try to be careful is all." The other woman murmured. She reached out, and attempted to hug the other. Dawn tensed up quickly, instincts telling herself to shove Winter back. But she refused the action and instead lamely hugged her friend back.
Dawn broke away from the embrace, and sighed. She gave a big smile, and waved lightly as she backed out the door. "See you later, snowflake! If I die, remember my excellent face!"
"That's not funny, Dawn!"
And with that, the tall woman burst out of the house and took a sprint towards the woods.
The forest was easy to navigate, as Dawn had roamed it for most of her life. She knew the forest all too well, in fact, and her multiple scars proved it. The woman zoned out in thought as she kept walking, trying to recall each time she had received a scar.
Well, there was that luxio... The beedrill... That one shitty oddish... Geez. Dawn tightened her grip on the knife in her hand as she continued further and further into the forest.
Finally, she reached a small clearing, littered with some bushes and few trees. Dawn blinked and nodded to herself. This seemed like a good place for deerling and sawbuck to show up... Maybe it'd be best to wait here and hopefully get lucky.
Dawn glanced over at a nearby tree on the edge of the clearing, and nodded to herself once again. The woman set the knife in between her teeth and walked over to the tree. Grabbing a low branch, the tall woman began to haul herself up the tree.
She grabbed one branch after another, slowly hauling herself to a seemingly sturdy branch a couple yards off the ground. Once Dawn reached her goal, she checked to see if the branch was strong enough to hold her by reaching out her hand and violently shaking the branch.
Setting herself onto the tree, Dawn hummed to herself and silently awaited for something to show up.
Mar 31 2018, 09:00 PM
I got bored, and thought it would be cool to make a Terrene Cards Against Humanity deck. It took me a bit of time and help from Jani to create the cards, but I've managed to create an almost-full deck.The Terrene DeckThe website used for CAH Online
My personal favorites include:
"Omega's kink for metal."
"Dick being a dick."
and "What should I sacrifice to the RNG gods?"
Anyways, I'd be plenty happy to accept suggestions for the deck if you'd like! Right now, I'm just trying to get some more good cards.