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Oct 5 2017, 03:19 PM
So I'm gonna be out for most of this month. My grandpa just passed away and I'm going with my dad to his funeral. And then there's an Iowa trip I'm going with my mom to. Each of these will take a couple of days, possibly a week so I won't be on much for October. Yeah...
Sep 29 2017, 05:26 PM
(Poralaeeyuu bonding! For some loyalty.)
It was no surprise that Poralaeeyuu barely understood a word she said. How could she? She had been a wild Pokemon for so long until she felt a pull towards the old woman. Now she was living in a human settlement, seeing new sights and hearing new sounds.
But she couldn't understand them. Not the humans, anyway. It was as if they spoke a foreign language, their tongues clicking away while she looked on cluelessly. She was able to guess the intent by their tone and a few words, but that was it. "Poralaeeyuu" was a word she had figured out, "Pineco" another as the three girls in the house talked about her as if she weren't there. She couldn't blame them for ignoring her; after all, they couldn't really understand her in turn.
But she wanted to learn some new words, to at least understand the humans better. It was the only way if she was going to stay by the old woman's side forever. That was the feeling she got. But how to do it? The Pineco rocked back and forth as she tried to figure out how to go about learning new words while staring at her trainer. The woman was frowning, either thinking about something or being serious, she hadn't a clue. But her message became clear when the old woman spoke.
"Poralaeeyuu," she said as she looked at her Pokemon, "I know you can't quite understand me, but...perhaps I can teach you to understand?" Whatever the old woman said, it seemed as though she wanted to do something with her. She was all for it, in all honesty. With a squeak, she lay on her side and rolled into the old woman's arms. She was gently picked up by her. "Right, how about I teach you some words?" she said. Apparently they were on the same wavelength after all.
Sep 25 2017, 06:23 PM
(More shenanigans with scary story contest. Possibly some loyalty gain or exp gain for Poralaeeyuu)
"Welcome back," Granny greeted as Chrysanthemum and her daughter entered through the doorway.
"Thank you," the woman sighed as she went over to her futon to lie down.
"Busy day at work?" she asked. Vivi nodded.
"Yep, there was a bunch of people that were being mean to Mommy." Granny raised an eyebrow at that.
"Is everything alright, dear?" Chrysanthemum smiled weakly.
"It should be fine. I'm just tired. I think I'll take a quick nap, can you watch Vivi for me, please?" She nodded.
"Of course." Soon, the woman fell into slumber and the two humans and the Pokemon present were left to their own devices.
"Hey, Old Lady? Can you take me to somewhere?" Vivi asked, eyes wide and pleading. She blinked in surprise before smiling.
"Of course. Where to?" The little girl perked up considerably.
"Thanks Old Lady! Come on, follow me!" The old woman got up and took Poralaeeyuu into her arms as they made their way out of the house and into the streets of Ashfield City. While the little girl was being bouncy, the old woman moved at a slower pace, taking everything in. If she needed to memorize something, then it would be better to pay attention to her surroundings.
The two of them walked for some time before they reached their destination. Granny couldn't help but blink incredulously. "This house looks...old," she said as she glanced at the little girl, "Are you sure we should be here?" Vivi nodded.
"Yep! The people being mean to Mommy were also being mean to me, said I was too scared. I wanna prove them wrong."
"Still, isn't this a little dangerous?" Vivi tilted her head to the side.
"How so? Come on, Old Lady, let's go inside!" Before she could protest further, the little girl ran in.
"Ah, Vivi wait!" The old woman dashed after her, not wanting to lose sight of the poor girl.
Sep 24 2017, 05:29 PM
(Spooky thread for spooky contest, maybe some exp/loyalty gain for Poralaeeyuu)
Granny had become more restless at night as of late. She didn't know why, was it something to do with her current living situation? She hadn't a clue. All she knew was that she kept waking up in the middle of the night, covered in sweat and heart pounding out of her chest.
Whatever was keeping her awake, she knew that it had to stop eventually. So on one of those nights, she got out of her futon and tried to sneak her way out of the door. Of course, she heard a squeak behind her, the owner of that squeak curious as to what she was doing up so late. "Shh," she had said to Poralaeeyuu as she picked up her Pokemon. She made another squeak, causing the old woman to huff. Then she promptly went out the door, careful to close it behind her.
Ashfield City was a quiet place at night, with barely any lighting to guide their way. But nonetheless, she began to wander around at night, taking in the dark city with her dark eyes. It was peaceful, almost. So why did she feel a sense of dread? In any case, she let her feet do the talking as the two of them wandered, Poralaeeyuu snug in her arms as she looked around the city.
Soon, houses gave way to trees and she found herself in the Western Great Forest, not far from the city. "Hm..." She hugged her Pokemon tighter when she noticed the Pineco was trembling. "There there, it'll be alright." There was an unsure squeak as the old woman continued to walk deeper into the woods. The sounds of night birds made her way to her ears as she let out a content smile. So far, everything seemed to be going alright.
Sep 20 2017, 01:29 PM
"You doing okay, son?" Mr. Mason asked as he watched Dick marvel at the wooden structure. The boy was surprised that such a structure would stay afloat, even with so many people on board. At least, he thought there were many people, despite there being two of them.
"Yeah fine Dad," he said as he glanced over at Leaf, who was perched onto the the side of the boat and was peering down at the water curiously. It was a little cute, to be honest, but he wasn't going to say that out loud. With a grunt, both of them rowed far out into the sea, just enough so that they were in deeper waters while the land was still in sight.
"Hm, you said you brought three Pokemon with you. I think you can let the other two out now." With a nod, Dick put down the oars and immediately retrieved Peck and Drain's pokeball.
"Come on out!" he called as the ball opened and out popped the Dhelmise. They winced as the Pikipek did her normal Boomburst before lighting down on the boat. Her eyes went wide as she looked around and saw no sign of land anywhere. Chirping half in fear, half in anger, she flew over to Leaf and began chattering to her.
Drain regarded the two humans before some water splashed onto it. Water. Salt water at that. It continued to float there as Marlow Mason gawked at the Pokemon before him. "Dad. Hey, Dad?" He blinked and immediately stopped gaping.
"Right. Let's get to fishing. Keep the Pokemon away," he said as he retrieved the net and fishing rod. He set the net into the water on their right, opposite of the Pokemon with them, while to their left he set up the fishing rod. "You remember what I've taught you, right?"
"Yeah." Dick kept his eye on the fishing rod as he heard the sounds of deep rumbling, which he assumed was from Drain, and the chirping of his birds. All in all, he felt like he was ready to take on whatever Pokemon was thrown at them.