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 Across the Path, [adventure - swarm]
kira
 Posted: May 28 2018, 03:58 PM
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Flash sometimes had days where he wasn't working. Today was a day where Flash didn't have any obligations to fulfill. Once more, his siblings were all off either working as well, or had their own plans separate from Flash. This time, even his cousins were busy. Minnow and Ash were both busy, Minnow was working with Icy and Ash was helping run her family's store. So, this time... Flash decided to take a little walk in the forest. Not too far, since Flash didn't want to go too deep in the forest. At the same time, Flash thought the forest was... Nice when nothing was happening like, aggressive pokemon mauling him or having monkeys appear out of nowhere to harass him. He imagined that Heather wasn't fond of monkeys either. Speaking of Heather....

His family had been rather happy to hear that he'd, no matter how unintentionally, obtained a pokemon partner of his own. Adder had found it a little strange that Flash, the oldest of his siblings, had been the last to get a pokemon. Especially considering how he considered himself their protector. Nevertheless, now he had Heather. Minnow thought Heather was really weird, but expressed approval. Shockingly, Minnow did not sass Heather. Thank heavens for small mercies. He named him Heather for the color of his feathers. He thought it was an appropriate name. He was unaware if pokemon had their own real names, but since he was unable to ask, he figured it was acceptable to grant a nickname. With slight hesitance, Heather had accepted to be bound to a pokeball one night, and now... He supposed their partnership was a great deal more solid.

Though, honestly Flash hoped that Heather would benefit from the partnership as Flash was sure he would. He'd lived his life without a pokemon, and he didn't exactly jump at the idea of having an irate pokemon that didn't like him for a partner. His family already thought that he'd somehow lose an eyeball by stepping one foot inside the forest. Thankfully, they never stopped him... But it was annoying when that was what everyone thought.

Flash took a deep breath, as he walked along, gazing around at his surroundings. Still... This was nice. He enjoyed nature walks, and the smells of the Spring forest. Suddenly he heard chirping beside him from Heather. Suddenly a beak latched onto his wrist. "Heather!" He protested out loud. Heather wasn't being rough, but he seemed to be trying to lead Flash somewhere. Flash sighed, and let himself be lead away. It was sort of awkward, but since Flash was letting himself be lead.... It could've been worse.

What did Heather want?

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 Posted: Jun 6 2018, 01:48 PM
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A little further off the path was a stream, thin but holding a few smaller water pokemon. It wasn't quite close enough for the duo to see immediately, but the bird and his keen senses would likely be able to hear the trickling to know it was somewhere closeby. But more prevalent than that was some noise happening between where they were and the water, in the direction they were going. To Flash it was nothing more than some incomprehensible squeaks. But as they got closer, Heather would be able to hear something more.

"Maybe there are some more! Then we don't have to split - b-b-but maybe y-you should go check." The little light-brown shrew looked towards the water, a shiver going down her spine. No matter how shallow the water, the ground-type didn't have good experiences with it - or the pokemon that inhabited it. She was relying on this other rodent to do the fishing here, as he would have a much easier time about it. And it anything fought back, he would have the advantage in a skirmish.

The yellow mouse-like pokemon rolled his eyes. He turned his head, ears with red markings turning as he did so, to look towards the stream. When he'd pulled out this first pokemon, he hadn't seen any others. But, perhaps some dumb fish or something had come back. It was worth a thought, but what if the sandshrew ran off with his grab? "Oh hush. Let's just split this in half, and then we can go back for more after." The plusle spoke with more authority than he really had in this situation, but he wasn't about to risk not getting any of the pokemon that he'd put most of the effort towards finding.

"I mean I think your friend has a--" The little tadpole was cut off as the plusle pounced on her, squishing the breathe out of her. "Who said you could speak? You're not either of our preferred foods anyway. Maybe we should just finish you and go find something better, eh??" It was true that the mouse's diet wasn't exactly fish, or any kind of meat, but they were meeting in the middle here. The shrew wanted bugs, and there was no way he was going to eat a bug.

Then the human and bird came into sight, drawing the attention of all of them. "ABORT! RUN! EVERY CREATURE FOR THEMSELF! The plusle immediately leapt to his feet and dashed off, to the left along the river. The sandshrew squeaked in alarm as well, running a few feet away. Her claws started digging furiously at the ground, hoping to get under it and safe from the bird's long beaks. Meanwhile, the tympole was... flopping on the ground. "OH Come on! Don't just leave me here - I can't exactly run away!! Though she shouted out, neither of the rodents made a move to return.


a wild Sandshrew has appeared!
level 3 ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown #d30b0b
100% health. AAAAHHHH

a wild Plusle has appeared!
level 4 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
100% health. I dun wanna be food nothxsir

a wild Tympole has appeared!
level 6 ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
80% health. DON'T LEAVE ME YA JERKS I DON'T HAVE LEGS HALP!
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kira
 Posted: Jun 6 2018, 02:46 PM
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When Heather finally let go of his wrist, Flash could see a stream, and trio of pokemon. A squeaking shrew, a bossy-looking mouse, and a tadpole, that was strangely not in the water. Heather's eyes seemed to be trained on the trio, though he wasn't moving yet. Flash didn't move yet, as he seemed to figure that Heather possibly was interested in a hunt... Though, Flash's expertise was fishing... Not hunting. That, and Flash didn't have his fishing rod on him. He knew better than to try and fish with his bare hands, that was a fine way to get injured by the fish that had quite a bit of a fight in them.

Heather, indeed, was looking for a hunt. He'd dragged the blond, scarred human to this area, following the sound of the stream's flow. He was able to pick up the noise coming from the rodents and tadpole on the ground near the water. They were close enough that Heather could hear the conversation, and it mostly sounded like the shrew was cowardly, the mouse authoritative, and the tadpole was a doormat. They appeared to be talking about food, and the mouse was talking big. Heather fought the urge to scoff. If the mouse was planning to eat the tadpole, why was he fooling around? Heather didn't believe in playing with his food. It was disrespectful and irrational. Though, sadly... Heather, the human, or both hadn't been stealthy enough. They'd come too close and scared the group.

The mouse was clearly a coward at heart, and without anything resembling respect. The mouse ran away, following the river. The shrew's escape plan was less.... Well-thought out. She was trying to dig herself into a hole, though Heather believed he'd still be able to drag the shrew out if he wanted to. However, there was still a helpless tadpole flopping around on the ground. Heather was not one to pass up food, even if she did respect a proper and good hunt that got the blood flowing. A hunter, however, should not squander food for the sake of pride. Hunting took energy, and the hunt was always on. Thus, time and energy could not be wasted.

Heather briefly glanced to the human, and believed that he would not require the assistance of him, as such.... He surged forward quickly, using his strong legs to stride forward. While his wings were small, insignificant, and useless... His legs were strong and gave him a swift running speed he could easily take advantage of to hunt. As soon as he came within reach, he immediately jabbed out one of his beaks to strike the tadpole.

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Heather (Doduo): 100%
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 Posted: Jun 12 2018, 02:18 PM
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The beak bopped down, pushing into the tympole's small body. While the shapr beak certainly dealt its damage, the fish was squished out from the attack, gaining a tiny bit of ground towards the water. If she could just get to the water, she could escape. The tadpole's body continued flopping fiercely as it tried to move, but it wasn't working very well. She needed to try something else. She gathered up her energy and shot off a bubble attack at the bird, using the attack to try and get closer to the water. It was partially successful.

Meanwhile, the sandshrew successfully burrowed in the hole and kept going, getting away from the ground and the potential danger. The shrew was resolved to find food another way, even if it meant delaying eating even longer. The mouse, however, didn't have quite the same luck. It wasn't long before the pokemon had run into the brush away from the doduo that he was running back, his renewed squeaking signaling his panic as he hurried back towards the scene with the doduo. There was a thump and rustling of the grasses just before the plusle leaped out, landing and rolling a bit back where he'd been previously.

Now in the sight of the double-headed bird, the electric-type quick got back on his feet and started off the other direction, hoping to get away from whatever was chasing it. It seemed whatever creature was waiting in the brush was being a bit more hesitant, keeping hidden as the mouse tried to regain himself. He sparked with electricity in warning to the doduo. While he wasn't confident that he could win a fight between them, he knew that birds hated lightning - so he would shock Heather if he got close to the plusle. It seemed he was no longer interested in the tympole, however.


a wild Plusle has appeared!
level 4 ◒ male ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
100% health. 40% Energy. Will use Thunder Shock if Heather gets too close. WHAT IS HAPPENING?? color=#afa906

a wild Tympole has appeared!
level 6 ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ moves unknown
63% health. 57% Energy. Used Bubble on Heather! Trying to flop to the water... albeit not very successfully.
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