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 Sugar, Yes, Please! [Development}
Amissa
 Posted: Oct 26 2017, 08:51 PM
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[Hoping to gain some loyalty with Cecilia's new Mr. Mime]

The village had been grateful when Cecilia had come back from the wood and informed them that the haunting would cease. They had been less enthused to learn that Cecilia had brought the culprit with her back to the village.

"She's actually a bit of a sweetheart. I call her Sugar." Cecilia introduced her new pokemon to a few of the villagers who were gathered around her. Now seen in the light of day without any obscuring pink mist, the Mr. Mime didn't seem frightening at all. She waved happily at everyone, only too delighted to be the center of attention. She then pretended to be pulling herself forward by an invisible rope. A few children who were present and hiding behind their parents out of fear of the scary clown/skeleton terror beast, couldn't help but laugh at the pokemon's amusing antics.

"How do you know it's a girl?" One child asked, bravely stepping forward.

"I...don't," Cecilia confessed. The child, a little girl, came over to Sugar and extended a hand politely.

"Hello Sugar, my name is Jane," She said. Sugar stopped her pantomime to look the girl over. Cecilia watched closely, unsure of how her new pokemon would react. She didn't think Sugar was dangerous, but she wasn't certain enough to bet a child on it. Fortunately, Sugar seemed only too happy to make friends. She took the girl's hand in hers and shook it reverently. After that, all the children came up wanting to meet and play with the pokemon.

"Don't crowd her. We don't want her to get frightened and start making barriers and mist now do we? Here's an idea, give me some time with her and maybe we could put on a bit of a show for everyone. I think that's what Sugar was trying to do all along. We'll just practice some tricks that will be more entertaining and less disruptive," Cecilia suggested. There were certainly more important things that she should probably be doing, but Cecilia liked kids. She certainly didn't want to village to keep being afraid of her pokemon. And really, how hard could it be to entertain a crowd?

"How does that idea sound, Sugar?" Cecilia flashed a smile at her new pokemon.

"Mr. Mime! Mr. Mime!" the psychic fairy cried, clapping her large hands together joyfully. She had a high, feminine, and vaguely human voice. Cecilia couldn't help thinking of her a bit like an eager but crazily powerful child. She had about the size, shape, and personality of one. This triggered a natural affection in Cecilia and she couldn't help wanting to protect Sugar and make her feel welcome in the community.

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 2 2018, 06:19 AM
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Cecilia led Sugar down to the beach, making sure to stop at home to pack her pockets with snacks. This late in the fall season, pumpkin was available. The woman she'd been staying with in Forest Beach Village, Phillippa, had shown her how to bake small bits of pumpkin for pokemon treats. Grape seemed to like them, but then he seemed to enjoy everything edible. Cecilia intended to keep the gligar in his pokeball for a little while as she spent a little time adjusting Sugar to her new home.

Once on the beach, Cecilia carefully surveyed the area. Last time she'd trained a pokemon here, they'd gotten into a fight with some greedy bugs, but she chose the beach because it was away from the village and more open than the forest. Due to some recent problems with sharks, not too many people came down to the beach anymore. Luckily, Cecilia didn't plan on going into the water.

"Are you ready to begin practicing for our show?" Cecilia asked her pokemon, once she was sure the area seemed safe.

"Mister Miiime!" Sugar sang out, clapping her large hands. Cecilia had a weird sensation of a foreign mind shyly attempting to reach her own. She didn't like it, and she instinctively bat it away mentally. Sugar visibly recoiled, frowning and drawing away from her trainer. "Miiiime..." she whined, making Cecilia feel guilty.

"I'm sorry, I'm just not used to that. Was that your telepathy, or your empathy?" What was the difference between telepathy and empathy again? Raising a psychic or fairy pokemon seemed especially difficult, raising a pokemon that was half of both might be more than she could handle. Still, she owed it to Sugar to do her very best. "Empathy is feeling what I'm feeling, and Telepathy is sharing our thoughts. You were trying telepathy then. I'm sorry, I'll try to be more open with you in the future." Cecilia pulled out a piece of pumpkin and handed it to the pokemon to cheer her up. Then, keeping in mind that Sugar would likely feed off her emotions, she tried to keep herself in a positive state of mind.

"We're going to do some training, but not battle training right now. We're going to do some fun tricks. Let's start with juggling, okay?" Cecilia felt like she understood what juggling was, despite losing all of her memories recently. It was one of those small insignificant things she wouldn't' have really minded if she forgot, but for reasons the gods only knew, she still managed to remember.

"I haven't much to practice with, so we'll use these pokeballs okay? Just try not to toss them into the water or anything, please." Cecilia dumped out her bag of pokeballs and nested them in a bit of sand. "We'll start with one, and just work our way up. Throw a ball into the air and catch it like this."

Cecilia took her great ball and tossed it into the air and caught it as it came back down. As soon as it touched her hand, she tossed it into the air again. Sugar watched happily and clapped her hands in applause.

"Now, you try it." Cecilia instructed, pointing to a pokeball on the ground.

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 2 2018, 06:47 AM
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Sugar took to juggling quickly and easily. She started with one pokeball, just like Cecilia had done. Once she'd done this a few times, Cecilia tossed a second pokeball to her. Sugar caught it effortlessly, never losing concentration or dropping a ball. "Wow! Good girl! Can you do one more?" Cecilia asked, and Sugar nodded an affirmative. Despite being a new pokemon, she seemed to have a much better grasp of human language than Grape did. Cecilia wondered how long Sugar had been around humans. The haunting hadn't been going on much before Cecilia arrived, so perhaps Sugar had once had a different trainer. Maybe she wasn't really a wild pokemon at all.

Cecilia tossed Sugar the great ball, and Sugar smoothly added it to the two she was already juggling. She grinned as she kept three balls in the air, and Cecilia gave her the applause that she knew her pokemon wanted. "What a great job!" Cecilia tossed a piece of baked pumpkin to the pokemon, and Sugar caught it in her mouth without ever dropping the three balls. "It's almost like you've done this before. Let's see, what other tricks can we try?"

Cecilia was beginning to feel excited and a little nervous. She'd promised the village a show, and she had a feeling they'd get a good turn out since aside from some recent unfortunate disasters, nothing really interesting happened very often. She didn't want to over-complicate anything and make a fool of her and her pokemon.

"How about we try a few simple gymnastic maneuvers? Does that sound like fun?" Cecilia asked. Sugar took a moment to catch all of her flying pokeballs and set them in a pile before responding with an affirmative, "Miiister Miiime!"

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 2 2018, 10:29 AM
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"Okay, let's start with something a little basic. This one is called a handstand. It's just like standing up, but upside-down." Cecilia explained. She glanced around briefly to see if anyone was around to see her if she fell on her face, but finding the area around them empty, she made her attempt. Despite feeling a bit nervous at first, once she began moving, her body seemed to know just what to do. A childhood of rough play and energetic amusement had naturally equipped her for this task even if her mind couldn't hold the memories. Her body remembered, an that was enough.

Soon, Cecilia was looking at the world upside-down. Sugar came around to face her and then attempted the trick herself. The pokemon seemed freakishly flexible, capable of moving in ways that struck humans as chilling. Thus it was no real surprise that Sugar had no trouble with this trick. "Good girl," Cecilia said and flipped back onto her feet. She gave Sugar a piece of pumpkin.

"Let's move on from there." Cecilia suggested. She and her pokemon proceeded to work through back walkovers, and cartwheels. This was where Cecilia reached her limit. Her body was beginning to protest ans she sat down to take a rest. Sugar though, was only getting started. The pokemon fell into a handstand and then began to walk on her hands. Cecilia laughed in amusement, which delighted Sugar. The pokemon held herself up by one hand and used the other to wave at her trainer. "Very good, silly girl!"

Sugar flipped back over onto her feet, and Cecilia fed her more pumpkin bits. Cecilia gave the pokemon some friendly pats as well, hoping to get Sugar used to her touch.

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 3 2018, 06:56 AM
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Cecilia was feeling good about this training so far, so she decided that it was time to step it up a notch. "Finally, let's work on our magic act!" Cecilia had spent a little time studying what skills Mr. Mime knew. Sugar's main offensive skill was called "confusion" and it involved her using her psychic powers to move objects. Since she seemed like a young pokemon, she probably wasn't about to move mountains but small light objects might work fine.

Cecilia went back to the pokeballs, tossing one in the air and catching it repeatedly. "Just like this, Sugar, but no hands. Can you do this with no hands?" Sugar made a noise of uncertainty, and Cecilia went ahead and tossed the pokeball towards her. Sugar managed to catch the ball in midair seemingly with her psychic power. A glowing pink energy seemed to surround the pokeball, and Sugar's brow furrowed as she concentrated. Slowly, the ball moved in a circular motion as if it were being juggled in the air.

"Good girl!" Cecilia tossed a second pokeball at Sugar, and it simply pegged her on the shoulder and fell to the ground. The pokeball Sugar had been using confusion on also fell. The pokemon frowned at both pokeballs in frustration. "Sorry, it's all right. We need to challenge ourselves, right? That's why we train. Let's try it again."

Unlike normal juggling or acrobatic tricks, Sugar struggled to use her psychic powers. After an hour or so, however, Sugar seemed to be able to keep three pokeballs in the air at once. "Good job! Good job!" Cecilia tossed Sugar a piece of pumpkin. Sugar caught the snack in her mouth, but she lost her concentration and all of the pokeballs fell to the ground again. Cecilia collected the balls and put them away. "I think we're ready. Let's tell the villagers that we're about to put on a show."

Sugar seemed to understand and became excited at once. She began jumping up and down, cheering with delight. "Easy now, easy," Cecilia laughed as she began leading the way back into town.

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 9 2018, 04:49 PM
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"Ladies and gentlemen of Forest Beach Village! I present to you, for one night only, a show carefully crafted for your entertainment!" Cecilia stood in the center of the village, and it wasn't really even nighttime. It was at most early evening. The sun was only just starting to set. Standing beside her, Sugar was producing a low cloud of pink fairy mist. This was a bit of a risky move. Cecilia's hope was that just a little bit of mist would be dramatic and not terrifying. Sugar made wavy motions with her arms as she used Misty Terrain. Cecilia made sure to note it. She could use it to teach Sugar to use the move with only sign language.

The move was certainly grabbing attention. A few began clapping weakly and one person booed very loudly. Sugar abruptly stopped and Cecilia cringed. Forest Beach Village was typically a very friendly crowd, but evidently a few were still sore about that whole haunting business. Cecilia felt Sugar reaching into her mind for comfort and guidance. Cecilia stepped closer and gave her pokemon a reassuring rub on the back. She knew her pokemon was great, she just needed to make everyone else see it too. Once misty terrain dissipated, Cecilia tried again.

"Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls! Come one, and come all to see this spectacular show!" Cecilia threw her arms up and bellowed the words loudly and powerfully like the ringleader of a circus. More people were beginning to gather, and they looked more curious than hostile. A few familiar faces gave Cecilia hope. She saw Philippa, Lara, and even little Jane who they'd met that morning. Jane waved and Cecilia gave her a bright smile. "Let's give it up for Sugar the Mr. Mime!"

Sugar stepped forward and waved at the crowd, and she was rewarded with a slightly more enthusiastic applause.

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Amissa
 Posted: Mar 10 2018, 10:06 PM
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Cecilia carefully led her pokemon through their tricks, working like mad to control her own anxiety about being suddenly on display. She needed to keep it together for Sugar. The fairy type could feel her emotions, and Cecilia tried to fill herself only with her most positive thoughts. This will be awesome! We are totally going to nail this! There is no way I will mess up horribly and break my own neck.

Cecilia clapped rhythmically, trying to work up the crowd. Then she fell into a handstand, and Sugar hesitantly followed her lead. This did please the villagers and earned the performers another round of applause. This was all the encouragement that Sugar needed. Cecilia bounced back upright, but Sugar continued through all of her acrobatic tricks. "Good girl, Sugar! Show us your flips! Brilliant! Beautiful! Wave to the crowd now!"

Sugar put her flexible body and eager energy to good use, contorting herself in ways that made the crowd "Oooh" and "Ah". Walking on her hands to face the crowd, Sugar waved and gave a big smile, holding herself up with just one hand. Jane and many other people waved back.

"Now let's show them how you juggle!" Cecilia said, pulling out her pokeballs. Sugar flipped back upright, and Cecilia tossed her the balls one by one. Sugar caught them and juggled them in the air just as efficiently as she'd done during training. Sugar smiled widely at the crowd as she continued. "Go, go, go! Good girl, Sugar." Cecilia once again began clapping and encouraged the crowd to clap and cheer with her.

By now, the audience had grown very involved and friendly. They joyfully joined in the clapping and took up Cecilia's chant. "Go, go, go!" they shouted as one. Sugar was feeding off this positive energy in just the way Cecilia hoped that she would. Finally, she was feeling welcome in the village, and she was obtaining the attention that she'd been craving all along.

"Great, now show them your magic! Sugar, use Confusion!" This was the part of the show that Cecilia was most nervous about. If Sugar took this the wrong way or was in the wrong frame of mind, Cecilia worried she might use her psychic power to cause harm or at least misfire. Thankfully, due to their earlier training, Sugar understood what she was expected to do. The Mr. Mime gradually stopped using her hands to juggle and instead used her psychic powers.

One by one, the balls began to glow with pink energy as they floated and danced in mid-air, garnering excited cheers and clapping from the audience. When Sugar needed to use confusion on the last pokeball, however, it didn't quite work. She accidentally lost concentration and ended up dropping all of the balls. Sugar frantically tried to catch the balls with her hands instead and managed to smack the button on one that caused it to open. In a burst of red light and a cry of surprise, Sugar was sucked into the pokeball and the other balls were left to scatter on the ground.

Cecilia didn't know how to respond at first. She'd always intended to put Sugar in a pokeball eventually, but this was unexpectedly convenient. The crowd laughed, believing that this comical act had been a planned part of the show. Cecilia decided to roll with it. She scooped the empty pokeballs off of the ground and pocketed them, then she picked up Sugar's pokeball and touched the button to release her. The burst of light reappeared and so did Sugar. The pokemon looked around, seeming puzzled.

"Forest Beach Village, please give a great warm welcome to my new pokemon! Didn't she do a great job?" Cecilia yelled for the crowd. The audience yelled out in affirmative and gave their loudest and longest applause yet. Sugar smiled and waved at everyone, loving the attention. Cecilia rubbed Sugar's back. "Thank you, Forest Beach Village! You've been a lovely audience! Thank you and goodnight!"

Cecilia bowed and feeling brave, blew some kisses into the crowd. Sugar imitated her trainer and the audience laughed and clapped even more. Thus with her mission accomplished, Cecilia led her pokemon away so that they could both rest at home.

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 Posted: Mar 25 2018, 12:18 PM
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Awww this was so cute to read! Cecelia was so kind and patient with Sugar, and was really smart about taking into consideration her typing and special abilities from such. It was really great to see these powers played with lightly and to see them working together to put on a little performance!


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