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Feb 8 2018, 10:31 PM
Nox was growing ever more confident with every passing day. He was comfortable wandering the city on his own and had met a few other nice folks who'd been happy to help him out with getting some necessities, like new clothes and a few other such odds and ends that would make his life easier. It wasn't much, to be honest, but it was more than he'd started out with. The Popplio he'd met his first day here still didn't seem to like him much but he was trying to spend some more time trying to get to know her. He'd even finally picked a name to give the little blue pokemon in the hopes that she would warm up to him a bit more.

Today, he'd decided to venture into the forest again. He didn't know what he'd find this time but he was enjoying the time he was spending wandering the wilderness. He didn't venture too far from the city, preferring to stay where he could feasibly escape back to it if he got into serious trouble. He'd been lucky so far and things hadn't gone too badly for him. Hopefully his luck would continue to hold out and he wouldn't run into anything too dangerous today. He did wish he could have Azura out of her pokeball to spend time bonding with her. But the poor Popplio had such a difficult time traveling on land that it seemed kinder to keep her in her ball until he found somewhere to rest and he could let her out.

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Feb 7 2018, 09:48 PM
Nox, as he'd taken to calling himself, wasn't quite sure what to do with his day. It had started like any other of the past several days. He'd been awakened by Kyrie, the kind young woman who'd taken him in, they'd shared breakfast and she'd taught him a bit more about the city and the creatures that lived in the vast forest that surrounded it. And then, as she did every day, she'd gone off to worship the creature-god Arceus, leaving him to do as he pleased. The other day she'd told him to explore the forest and that...hadn't turned out too terribly but his day could definitely have gone better, he was sure. So he'd stuck to wandering the streets of the city, checking out the various stalls selling everything from blankets and food to items that, as far as he could tell, had no real purpose. Kyrie had told him that many of the unfamiliar items were for pokemon, things like medicine and a few that might help them grow stronger.

He'd found all sorts of interesting things in his wanderings, though his favorite so far was the little inn that sold delicious soup. He decided he might head that way and get a bowl for lunch. With the bag Kyrie had given him slung over one shoulder and any items he thought he might need inside, the headed out to find the inn and some lunch. He wasn't paying as much attention as he probably should have been, however, and he walked headfirst into someone who was several inches taller than he was as he turned a corner. He backed up several steps, lifting his hands in a non-threatening gesture of apology, "Sorry about that, I wasn't watching where I was going." He kept his expression as neutral as possible, hoping not to end up in a fight or something.


((I am not very good at starting threads, lol. Please let me know if there's anything you'd like me to change~))
Feb 6 2018, 11:45 PM
It had been several days since he'd found himself standing in the middle of a forest with strange rock sculptures staring at him and no memory of who he was or how he'd gotten there. He still had no memory from prior to what the locals called his 'arrival' aside from a few flashes of this or that. The bits of memory didn't hold many answers for him, however. No name nor any idea of what sort of life he'd had before.

Luckily, the first person he'd met upon arriving had been kind enough to give him a few pointers that had led him to Ashfield. He'd spent some time wandering the city, hoping to return an odd package he'd found and to find some place to rest. He'd had no luck with either of those things until he'd once again run into the kind young woman who'd met him at what she called 'The Portal'. She'd offered him a place to stay and told him the bundle was probably a gift from something called a 'Delibird'. Apparently people had been finding such things all over the place. The package had contained two pokeballs, though these looked different than the one she'd given him for the strange blue creature who'd also met him at the portal. According to her, these new ones were much rarer and more valuable and he was lucky to find them.

Today started about like any other day. He woke, Kyrie fixed him breakfast and she answered any questions he had to the best of her ability. "Have you thought of a name yet?" He hummed slightly, looking up from watching the little blue creature, a Popplio according to Kyrie, lounge in a basin of water she'd brought in for it. "For who, me or her?" He questioned, nodding toward the Popplio. "Either, you mostly. She doesn't seem to mind not having a name right now." Kyrie told him and he nodded. The Popplio did seem content to not have a name. Or at least she didn't care about it too much. "No. I don't know. Picking a name for myself seems wrong." He sighed and stood, pacing the room. "Nothing seems to fit. And I can't remember if I had a name before or what it was."

"Well, what do you remember." The question caught him off guard and he stopped pacing, frowning as he tried to remember something, anything that might be useful. "Not much. Little flashes here and there. Nothing that makes much sense though. I think...I remember red and then something dark...it's hard to explain." Kyrie nodded and moved over to a small bookshelf that held a handful of books. "Hmm..red and darkness. I remember reading something...ah, here it is. Nox. According to this book it means something like night. Or...maybe darkness. It doesn't specify but the line before mentions the dark of night." He shrugged and she shook her head at him. "Why don't you take some time to think about it? Go. Explore the city a bit or venture into the woods. It should be safe enough for you if you stay close to the city. Go on. Shoo."

He allowed himself to be herded out the door, with the Popplio following after as best as it's flippers would allow. Once they were both standing outside with the door firmly shut in their faces, they shared a look. "What? I didn't make her kick you out too." The Popplio looked as though it would roll its eyes if it were able and it pointedly looked at the bag where he kept her pokeball. The bag had been a gift from Kyrie. It wasn't very large, enough to hold what little he had at least so it served it's purpose well enough. It was also equipped with several small outer pockets that were just the right size for a pokeball so it could easily be grabbed and not be lost in the larger section of the bag. Kyrie had added them herself. "Right. In you go then." He said, as he pulled the ball from the bag and tapped it gently against the Popplio's flipper. It vanished and he tucked the ball into one of the pouches on the outside of the bag.

With the Popplio comfortable in her ball, he decided he'd see what the forest was like. He made sure the few items Kyrie had given him were inside his bag and he set out for the edge of town. Kyrie had been sure to warn him that wild creatures wouldn't be nearly as non-hostile as the Popplio had been. They would be more inclined to attack him and that the Popplio should help him out if he asked her too. It wasn't terribly reassuring but it was the best he had to go on. he just hoped they wouldn't run into too much. As he entered the forest, he kept in mind that he should stick close to the town, so that if anything happened he could get back quickly and, hopefully, safely. "Maybe we'll find where Kyrie keeps getting all that fresh water from. I bet you'd like to swim in something bigger than that little basin huh?" He spoke, placing a hand on the pouch that held the Popplio's pokeball. He doubted she could hear him so it would be a surprise if he did find something like a stream or a pond. With that in mind, he set out on what seemed to be a somewhat worn path, as though it was traveled frequently but not enough to clearly mark out a trail. Wherever the trail led, whether it be to water or something else entirely, he was sure he'd find something interesting during his walk.

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[doHTML]<img src="https://image.ibb.co/b5ZwVG/728_Popplio.png" title="Popplio - Female - Lv 5 - Liquid Voice">[/doHTML]

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NPC - Kyrie; Arceus worshipper, helpful friend
Feb 6 2018, 12:51 PM
He had waited silently for judgement. There wasn't much else he could do, after all. There were no more challenges, no more choices. Nothing. Just an endless landscape of warm light and the omnipresent aura of...whatever was watching over him. He considered walking away, seeing how far he could get in this endless landscape, when a movement caught his gaze. Or perhaps not a movement, exactly, but more lights were joining the one that currently filled this space. He remembered them from when he'd first arrived. Red, Yellow and Blue pressed in around him, familiar and yet not. Though the landscape felt wide open and endless, the presence of the lights pressed against him, crowding him.

And then he fell, or the ground below him vanished or he was pushed from the strange world he'd found himself in. The world began to spin (or perhaps he did, he couldn't be sure) and he closed his eyes against the dizziness.

His feet touched something solid and he stumbled, landing on his hands and knees, There was dirt beneath his hands, a breeze that brushed against him. Noises he couldn't place without looking but that didn't feel threatening and the scent of fresh air and earth surrounding him. He opened his eyes and the world swam, blurry shaped of green surrounded him. As his vision cleared, he saw plants, though if they had specific names he couldn't recall them. The noises he'd heard caused by the movement of the trees as the breeze touched them. Once he felt as though he could stand without falling, he pushed himself to his feet, gaze taking in everything around him. Strange stone figures surrounded him. Some simply looked like stone, rough pillars that could have been found there naturally or been moved there on purpose. Others were more deliberately formed, stone faces stared at him. Why were they here? What purpose did they serve?

A better question, he supposed, was why was he here? He frowned, gaze resting on the immobile face of one of the stones. What was he doing here? Where was he from? He felt as though the answers were just beyond his mind's reach, as if he should know but somehow he just couldn't grasp the answers. He shook his head and turned, gaze finding a path that led off toward the vague shapes of something that was not trees or the odd stones with their creepy faces. Buildings? Was that the word he wanted? Buildings meant...other people. Perhaps a home and family that belongs to him? Did he have those things?

The movement of something on the path kept him from dwelling on these things for too long and he watched as a strange creature made it's way toward him. It was blue, vaguely familiar, and looked to be struggling some to move on land. "Go on. I'll be that poor dear is here for you." He started as a voice spoke and he turned to see a person standing next to him. He had not noticed them before. But they seemed to know what was going on so, for now, he would trust. He stepped forward, moving down the path to meet the odd creature. It stopped at his feet, looking up at him. It looked tired, probably from its travel, and he thought that perhaps it was not meant to travel across land. "Okay. What now?" He questioned the footsteps that had followed him.

"It would be best to put it in a pokeball. A water type does not fare well on land for very long." The stranger answered, pressing a strange object into his hand. "Water type? So you belong in or near water." It made sense, at least. He crouched and held the ball toward the strange blue creature. It blinked at him before touching it's nose to the object. In a blink, the creature was gone and the object in his hand shivered before falling still. "There. That'll keep it from getting sick and keep it safe. It can't live in the pokeball forever, of course. You'll need to let it out to swim and eat and play." He nodded, studying the object. So this was a pokeball. And it held creatures within it. "You can head into town now. You'll find places to rest and shops to buy things you'll need. I need to return to my prayers. Good luck." The stranger spoke and then turned, weaving her way through the strange stones and leaving him alone.

He glanced at the pokeball again and shrugged. Heading to town would probably be in his best interest. Standing out here, alone and not sure how he'd even gotten there, wasn't doing him any good. He took a step and nearly tripped over something in the path. Was this his? The stranger hadn't left it, he was pretty sure of that. So where had it come from? For now he'd take it with him. Perhaps someone had dropped it and was looking for it. The odd, somewhat lumpy shape and the black and white material that covered it seemed unique. Maybe if he asked around he'd figure out where it belonged and could return it. If not...was there any harm in keeping whatever it was?

Delibird Deliviers Claim: Small-ish, lumpy oblong shaped package wrapped in black and white striped cloth.
NPC: Random female; worshiper of Arceus; helpful guide
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Fear Not the Darkness [Closed - Starter]<br>
▲▲ gains: Starter pokemon Popplio, x2 Pokeballs, x1 Potion, x1 Pinap Berry, x1 Leichi Berri, x1 Rowap Berry<br>
▼▼ losses: Everything <br>
A New Arrival [Closed - Event]<br>
▲▲ gains: x2 Luxury Balls <br>
▼▼ losses: N/A <br>
First Explorations [Closed -
▲▲ gains: +1 Pupper (Poochyena), +1 Nanab Berry <br>
▼▼ losses: -1 Pokeball <br>
We Should Be Friends [Active - Social w/Shasyu]<br>
▲▲ gains: TBD <br>
▼▼ losses: TBD <br>
A Walk In The Woods [Closed - Adventure]<br>
▲▲ gains: +1 Ghost (Drifloon) <br>
▼▼ losses: -1 Pokeball, -1 Rowap Berry <br>
What Could Go Wrong? [Active - Adventure w/Shasyu]<br>
▲▲ gains: TBD <br>
▼▼ losses: TBD <br>

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