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 Sneaking Out, [Starter]
Shasyu
 Posted: Apr 16 2018, 10:26 AM
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Ben Shepherd | Native | Age 15

It was a long day full of chores around the farm. Ben's father had set out on a trip, so the teenage boy had to pick up extra work. There were hires around the farm of course but there were just certain jobs Ben preferred to do himself. He knew this place better than anyone next to his parents. His mother was done with work today and was beginning to prepare supper.

Ben liked to help his mom with dinner sometimes but tonight he wanted to take a moment to relax outside. He sat on a fence, looking out toward the field. Ben often wondered what it would be like to go out and explore but he knew how dangerous things were and he didn't exactly have a pokemon or the experience to be on on his own. The boy could only travel from city to city with his father. Ben figured once he was a bit older he would go on without his parents permission and explore for himself.

It was quiet this afternoon and he couldn't see a pokemon in sight. Ben wondered what would happen if he were to just leave the safety of the fences that kept the wild pokemon out. No one was around to stop him and he was pretty sure it wouldn't hurt to step out for a moment. The young boy thought maybe he could just slip out for a second if he had a pokemon with him to help.

Ben decided to borrow one of his father's herded sheep. The electric puff of wool would shock anything that tried to harm him. While no one was watching, Ben grabbed a rope and slipped it around a random mareep like a leash. Now that he was actually doing this, he was feeling nervous. The sheep didn't seem to mind the leash so far but it did baa a few times as he tugged lightly at the electric type.

The boy uses pieces of stale bread to bait the mareep to come with him. Slipping through the gate, the sheep began to panic. It didn't want to go any further and it was beginning to scream loudly. Ben tried calming it down but it didn't seem to want anymore bread. "Come on, boy, ya' gonna get us caught," he whispered.

The mareep kept baaing as loudly as it could. He tugged and yanked at the rope until it slipped out of Ben's hands. The sheep pushed passed Ben, knocking him over and charged through the gate. Ben fell to the ground, knowing immediately he screwed up. "Aw man, Pa's gonna kill me," he muttered to himself.

Picking himself up off the ground, he knew he was to catch the mareep quick and bring it back before it got away, eaten or he got caught. Ben dashed quickly, making sure to lock the gate behind him so nothing could get in. "Wait up, boy, ya' gonna get yourself eaten!" he called out. The sheep didn't seem to care for his concern or knew what he was talking about but it kept running as fast as a little mareep could.


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[ Welcome to Terrene! I have prepared a short story that will play out for Ben, in which a number of wild Pokemon will appear. Depending on Ben's choices and interactions with these creatures, one of them could end up being Ben's first Pokemon! Remember, I remain in control of all of these wild Pokemon until the end of the topic. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions! ]


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The plains were filled with dangerous creatures prowling around, stalking through the conveniently concealing grasses as the searched for prey to hunt. A tame mareep rushing out into the wild with no clear protection made for a great target, even as the human rushed behind, small and young as he was. With no other pokemon, he commanded no threat, and a common inhabitant of the area would likely be well-trained to deal with the electrical shocks that came with hunting this specific sheep.

Luckily for Ben, there was still time before he would need to worry about such doom to the escaped animal. This close to the human run farm, the creatures were well aware to the protection by the trained pokemon of the farmers that managed the herd of sheep. Acquiring one for food could be quite the challenge without a good plan and solid timing. That didn't, however, mean that there weren't other creatures around, likely taking solace in the lack of predators so close to the human threat.

One such was trying to sleep, the bleating and sprinting sheep unknowingly heading right towards it. The creature was strangely alone, its kind normally the sort to stick together and avoid solitude for survival. However, when the sheep came barreling towards it, it was inevitable that the pokemon would wake up, quickly hopping on all four hooves to try and get a look around to see what was happening. Making such a commotion was bound to bring around predators, and with the sheep this close to it, that would mean danger for them both.

The pink and cream colored fur poked out of the grass, a big yellow flower adorned next to its ear as it looked around. The sheep was headed in its direction, or at least close enough to cause concern. The pokemon rushed, eventually coming to a crash with the mareep. It wasn't an attack by any means, but it was trying to stop the sheep's storming about in order to keep it quiet. Assuming it was successful, it would follow up with words explaining as much, though Ben wouldn't be able to understand the noises it made, all directed at the escaped electric-type.

Another was, much more slowly, coming around as well. It had been trailing just a few feet behind, hoping that it could use the other, much less cautious, pokemon as a shield in case a predator did come around. The little orange and black pig's spiral tail twitched as the deerling appeared, both nervous and relieved that there was yet another distration. But given its placement, it would be easy for Ben to spot it, the pokemon shying away in the grass at his closeness once he caught up to them.

The deerling just wanted to quiet the mareep, while the tepig is hoping for some safety. Will Ben interact with either, or focus instead on returning to safety?


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Ben tried his best to catch up to the mareep. He hadn’t even noticed the deerling who was up ahead. So it would be a total shock to him when the pink pokemon would suddenly go crashing into the yellow-wooled sheep. The teenager also had never seen a mareep run this fast so today was just full of surprises. He jumped forward as far as he could, thinking he could grab the mareep and latch on to it while it tried to keep running. Unfortunately he was just a few inches too short from grasping her legs and he face-planted onto the ground.

The little sheep, crashing into the deerling had fallen over and was shouting in a panic. Her legs kicking as she rocked back and forth, trying to get up. The pink deer was muttering noises at the mareep quietly. Ben wasn’t entirely sure what it was saying but seeing as how it wasn’t attacking he was relieved that the mareep wasn’t going anywhere. The boy picked himself up off the ground and careful walked over to the sheep to attempt to grab hold of the leash once more. He helped the mareep get onto all fours and put his weight onto her as he tried to hold her in place.

The young farmer was also petting the sheep, trying to calm her down. She was yelling before but now it appeared she was realizing that she was safe. Running had turned out to be a bad idea and perhaps it was best to let the human take her back to the others. As ben nodded his head at the deerling, he smiled. “Thanks ‘lot friend. Don’t have no treats or nuttin’ but you’re free to be on your way,” he said happily. Whether or not the deerling had intentionally helped him or not it, the incident allowed him to get the mareep back and he could return to the farm.

As Ben looked around to ensure nothing had noticed them out there, the boy noticed a strange black and orange furred creature, poking its ears out from the grass. It wasn’t a pokemon he had seen much of before so it was odd for the red-snout pokemon to be nearby. Ben was curious about the tepig and wanted to see what it was doing. He only worried that it could attack, but he was already out this far from the ranch. A little more time out here wouldn’t be so bad, right?

“Hey there lil’ guy?” he spoke softly. “Lil’ gal?” Ben chuckled to himself. He slowly approached the pig with the mareep still bound to him by leash. The sheep was honestly distracted with some grass she found tasty. Whatever the human was doing, was none of her business, as long as they got back to safety before a predator found them. “What’cha doin’ ‘round here?” he asked, playfully. Ben waited to see what the tepig was going to do.


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 Posted: May 1 2018, 10:17 PM
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As the two creatures collided, the deerling stayed silent even as they crashed. It was stubbornly trying to keep the sound down to avoid hunters. When the sheep started to cry out, the deer practically barked at it, the best it knew how. The tone was angry, quiet, and hurried as the pokemon desperately tried to get the prey creature to avoid dragging unnecessary attention to them. The little grass-type was well aware that it was prime hunting material for the many, many hunters in the world, and wasn't keen on becoming a meal. It didn't react as the human nodded at it, unsure of what to do now that the mareep was finally quiet.

The tepig had been watching quietly, shocked but not making a sound when the crash happened between the other two pokemon. It had squatted closer to the ground at the sheep's crying out, though was prepared to jolt if something showed up, more than willing to let the electric-type be the bait for a predator so that it could escape instead. However, it seemed that the pokemon was done screaming soon, making things much quieter and safer for them. The human being around was probably helpful too, as none of them could possibly know whether he had other pokemon ready to attack at a moment's notice.

And when the human turned towards it, it was't sure how to react. He moved towards it, the pig squealing softly in surprise at the approach. In it's uncertainty and desperation to find somewhere to hide, it looked around in the hurry, seeing only one option since the grass clearly hadn't been enough. The little pokemon dashed and dove, carving into the dirt and sliding towards the mareep. It tried to get beneath the electric type's woolen body, hoping that he wouldn't go through the trouble of moving the sheep to get to it. It hadn't really planned what it would do next, discovered or not.


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Ben Shepherd | Native | Age 15

Ben had appeared to frighten the pig. He tried his best to seem friendly but perhaps the little spring tailed pokemon wasn’t fond of humans. It could also be the fact that they didn’t know each other at all. Ben was so used to pokemon who had been around humans so much they didn’t often run.

Immediately after speaking to the tepig, the little pokemon dashed for a hiding place. It didn’t make a very wise decision as it tried to take shelter under the mareep that was with him. Ben found the entire situation quite hilarious. It was cute for the tepig to think it could hide directly next to him. Maybe this one wasn’t very intelligent. Perhaps it wasn’t thinking clearly due to its timid nature.

The mareep didn’t seem to mind the tepig hiding under her. In fact, she remained in place as she ate away at the grass in front of her. Ben couldn’t help but chuckle but it was probably best to get the yellow sheep back to the ranch soon. He nudged at the leash to get the mareep to come with him. And as the wooly pokemon began stepping forward, there was the tepig. Ben wasn’t entirely sure how it would react from here but if it didn’t want to be bothered, he couldn’t force it to interact with him.

He figured he at least give it one more shot before heading back. The boy, still holding onto the mareep’s leash, held out his palm facing up. He tried showing the pokemon he meant no harm. Ben inched slowly toward the tepig, as much as it would allow before trying to run or attack. “I ain’t gonna hurt cha lil’ guy,” he spoke calmly. “Why don’t ya come with me? Let’s getcha fed and clean, huh?”

There was no way that the pig could understand a word he was saying but if for some reason it cooperated, he’d lead it back to the ranch. It was a chance to have a pokemon of his own that he could care for by choice. This wasn’t a chore and his parents would probably be a little upset. He didn’t care at this point. Ben just wanted to look after the tepig and hoped it would allow that.


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Kaien
 Posted: May 7 2018, 01:46 PM
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The tepig, its back now to the human, wasn't even fully aware that the human was approaching it at the moment. Of course, Ben's slow and careful approach was anything but threatening, so even if it had been paying attention, it likely wouldn't have been scared out from underneath the mareep. Yes, this was a good spot, even if it wasn't extremely hidden. The sheep would be the first target of anything passing by, so the little pig felt safe. It felt the ground shift slightly, indicating there was some sort of chase happening nearby.

And it certainly wouldn't be long before Ben would be able to be clearly aware that something was coming. The lead pokemon certainly wasn't making any effort to go unnoticed, the cow rushing through the grasses to escaping the predator who was closing in. She rushed in towards them, realizing a little late that they were even there. So she was really close before she started to veer off, avoiding colliding with the human and other pokemon but still keepin up her pace to get away from the predator chasing close behind. At all the noise and running, the deerling turned and bolted off from the group.

The lion cub was slower than a fully grown pokemon, however the pokemon wasn't any less dangerous to such prey that was just as young as itself. But it was a quick and agile creature - so when there were suddenly other targets to consider, the pokemon was quick to shift gears. The cow was large, and would clearly be a lot of meat - though possibly more to bite off than it could chew. These new ones were new and unaware, so it tried to use the element of surprise, leaping out between Ben and the pokemon. It dashed, attempting to grasp the leash between its jaws, to jolt off with it. It might not get very far, but the suddenness should be enough to at least throw the human and mareep off balance, if it was successful.

If the mareep was knocked off its feet, the tepig would panic, closing the short distance to the mareep once more. Even if it was on its side, the pokemon would attempt to dash underneath the wool - albeit unsuccessfully, but the smaller pokemon was doing its best to hide from the litleo's view and keep the focus on the sheep over it. The miltank turned out to be a less sacrificial soul - In seeing the litleo change targets, the cow whipped around and headed back. She had gotten a fair distance away, but it wouldn't take long for her to get back to them and help out against the lion.


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Shasyu
 Posted: May 9 2018, 02:53 PM
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Ben Shepherd | Native | Age 15

The teenage boy who was trying to chat with the tepig, hadn’t even noticed the pink and black-spotted pokemon charging his way. Hearing it coming through the grass as it drew closer, Ben moved slightly out the way as to avoid being run over. The sudden arrival of the wild cow, sent the deerling running in another direction. Ben didn’t bother going after it.

While Ben tried to keep hold of the mareep, he attempted to get the tepig from under the sheep’s wool. Perhaps he could just try to pick it up and carry it home. Obviously it would wiggle and fight back but he was too worried to leave it by itself. With the miltank fleeing passed him, it only meant that it was running from something. Likely a predator and the boy didn’t want to stick around.”C’mon fella, let’s get you outta here,” he spoke, trying to stuff his arms under the pig to lift it up.

It the tepig allowed him to do so, he’d carry it as close to home as he could. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t know how far he could get with the sneaky little predator catching up with them. It must have been the one chasing the miltank. Ben wasn’t surprised seeing as how cubs such as this litleo were pretty common in the plains. They were the main reason his father built the fences.

Now with two defenseless pokemon and having no control over either, Ben worried that this cub was going to take down the mareep or tepig. Not to mention that he could end up losing a limb here. The young lad had to get going. If he could just get the tepig in his arms he’d be rushing toward the farm. “Stay back!” he shouted out at the litleo. “AHHH!” he screamed, trying to intimidate the cub. Ben wasn’t entirely sure if the cub would show any kind of fear but it was better than doing nothing.


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Kaien
 Posted: May 14 2018, 09:30 AM
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The tepig squealed in alarm as the human hands scooped it up. As it had been facing away and naively thinking that this hiding spot would keep the human from interacting with it, it wasn't aware when the human approached. So when it was being grabbed and lifted, it was caught completely by surprise and did not have enough time to get away. It flailed in his hands, staring at the ground as it wished to escape. What did this human want with it? The thoughts were terrifying. Who knew what terrible things the pale creature would do to it if it couldn't escape.

Its fight wouldn't last long as it looked around the world from a new view. Being so small, it had only seen the grasses of the plains stuffed in front of it like a miniature forest, blocking the view of everything around it. Now that it was being held by Ben, it was above the top of the rustling grass, looking out on the world from a whole new perspective. It was really cool, and enough to subdue the tepig to remain calm despite being abducted and taken to some unknown place. It was almost like the pig had forgotten what was going on as it gazed out.

The litleo's teeth snapped on nothing but air, the young human having somehow gotten the leash out of its way. In reality, the little cub was just too inexperienced to be so deft and fierce, but it chose to think the human pulled off some dirty trick to keep its prey from it. The human was toting a sheep and carrying a pig - just like human's to be greedy and take everything themselves! The irony was lost on the growing predator as it focused on retaliating, its feet landing on the ground and quickly turning it back to the group.

The miltank was... confused. It had thought the litleo was the predator to be afraid of, but there was a momentary lapse as it realized the human was capturing two pokemon. But, seeing as how the lion had tried to literally sink its teeth into the cow, and the sheep and pig were visibly uninjured, it appeared that the boy was actually helping them. As odd as that was, the heroic miltank would take any help it could get. With their help, maybe they could beat back this predator instead of just running or becoming a meal.

When the boy shouted at the litleo, it stopped in its place. That was... unexpected. Though the creature wasn't intimidated by any means, it was enough to make it hesitate, giving Ben a bit better of a lead. And, giving the miltank an opening. It crashed into the lion cub with its larger form, tackling it and knocking it off its feet. Immediately after, it dashed after Ben and co. not wanting to be left alone to fight this creature. It attacked thinking they could fight together, but if the others were running, it certainly wasn't going to stick around and wait on the pokemon to recover.


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Holding the squirmy pig in his arms, Ben tried his best to keep a hold on it. It was only after the pig saw the open field ahead that it stopped shaking so much. The boy wasn’t exactly sure why it calmed down but he hoped it stayed this way. It was going to make getting it back to the farm so much easier. Especially with having to leash the mareep back and avoid being killed by predators.

Ben had to move quickly as the litleo that was trying to attack didn’t seem all that bothered by the boy’s shouting. Sure it stopped the cub for a moment but that didn’t mean it was scared. Just caught unaware. Ben has to take this opportunity to run. He pulled on the leash of the mareep while holding the tepig in his arms.

He was afraid to look back and see the litleo coming after him so he kept his eyes forward. The miltank that had rolled in was charging in their direction but Ben couldn’t tell if it was coming for him or not. He could only hope for it to try and knock down the cub. Probably completely out. He would have loved to help the cow with the fight but he wasn’t exactly an experienced trainer or much of one at all.

Despite hoping the cow would attack the cub, it seemed like it was following after him. Sure, just lead the cub toward him and the weak pokemon. They were helpless and this cow wasn’t making things any better. If was a shame to think this but if it ended up being bait, then that was fine. His life and the two pokemon had was looking after was more important. Ben ran as best as he could.


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The litleo, having been shouted at and finding many more around than expected, in addition to failing to get the leash and getting tackled by a cow, was admittedly dealing with a lot. It managed to get itself back on it's feet, looking out into the grasses, ears twitching as the grass rustled from the running prey. Though, given the events that had occured and the fact that they were now grouped together, the lion cub turned and stalked off into the opposite direction. It wouldn't be seen by them again, as it had given up on getting any of them for a nice meal.

The tepig was starting to get antsy, pulling back to the world as it realized the human was now running, still holding the pokemon in his arms. It wiggled a bit in discomfort, not exactly wanting to be plugged with this human right now. The plains looked great from this height still of course, but this still wasn't exactly an ideal situation. Blocked by the human, it couldn't even look behind them to check and see if the lion was still following, but it sure did try to get its head around Ben's arm to see behind where he was running.

The cow continued running after them, however it had much more freedom to look around. In that, it was able to tell pretty quickly that the litleo was not following them, which was a bit of a relief. It continued for another minute, just to be sure the pokemon was stalking in the grasses unseen, but eventually was convinced they'd managed to ward the creature off. It had been very lucky to come across this little group of strangers, as there was much strength in numbers. If they hadn't been conveniently in the path it had been running, it would likely be dead by now.

As Ben continued running away, he might notice that up ahead there was an impression in the grass that certainly wasn't natural. The blades were pushed down, leaning to the left, though they were not moving otherwise. As he got closer, his height may allow him to get a better view of what was creating the impression - though, it almost looked like a pokeball lying on its side, the red and white rounded edge pointing up where he could see it. He could stop and investigate, now that he wasn't being chased. If he looked to notice, he would find that even the miltank was slowing down, moving to a walking pace and starting in a different direction, no longer focused on the human unless he tried to grab its attention once again.


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Finally it seemed as if the cub had given up chase. Still, Ben wanted to keep running. The pig in his arms was still being a bit squirmy but at least it wasn’t trying to jump out of his arms like earlier. It surely wouldn’t make it out there on its own. The mareep was still being pulled with his by the leash. She was mostly too shaken up to even attempt running away from the human. He had saved her and now he was trying to save this tepig.

Ben couldn’t figure out why the cow was still following him though. Perhaps it was best for the miltank to go her own way, but he wasn’t going to chase her off. If she wanted to head back to the safety of his farm then that would be just fine but he surely wouldn’t try and save her. The cow wasn’t his responsibility. Though what would his mother think of him if she knew what he was thinking at the moment.

For now, Ben had to be focus on the pig, sheep and his own life. He could see the farm in the distance. It was odd how far they had gotten but as long as he was getting back safely and before anyone noticed he should be alright. The young boy wasn’t exactly interested in trying to save or investigate anymore pokemon that may be lurking in the grass. He could easily see the strange red and white object hiding in the grass. As tempting as it was to find out what it was, the boy pressed forward.

Ben couldn’t believe the trouble he had gotten himself into and could only imagine the world of trouble he was going to be in. He’d have to do double the chores and no dessert. His stomach rumbled at the idea. It also made him wonder if his father would force him to hand over the pig as a source of food. Perhaps he could convince him to allow the boy to keep it as a pet. If not, he figured it would make good meat. Not that he wanted to imagine eating the poor youngling. “Don’t you worry lil’ one. We should be there soon,” he said, trying to keep his grip on the tepig in his arm.


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The pig decided soon that it wasn't a big fan of being held. After all, who knew where this human was trying to take him? The view was nice and all, and it was certainly a good relaxation to not have to be on its feet, but there were still many concerns. It was true that up this high with a human carrying it, it was likely the boy would be the primary target of any predators over it. But what if the boy was the predator? What if it couldn't escape the grip of this human, and was stuck being carried of to its doom? That didn't sound appealing at all, it thought as it wiggled for freedom, having given up on trying to look behind.

The pokeball-appearing pokemon had been resting, lulled to a peaceful sleep among the thick grasses. It was started awake when the human came by. Though he did not seem to get too close, nor approach the creature in any way. Still, the noise of his running caused the foongus to stir, the mushroom looking around and spotting the human. Well, he was running in a different direction. And, as it looked around and listened, it seemed that was all there was around. With that settled, the pokemon relaxed and tried to find sleep once more.



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the quick-thinking, sincere, but cowardly Tepig !

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The pokemon still had some major concerns over where they were going, but ultimately being among the concealing grass was just as scary as being carried off by this human. After a few moments of not wiggling enough to get free, the pig calmed itself once again, still shifting in discomfort but no longer actively trying to escape. Instead, it focused its gaze on the plains, searching anxiously for predators that may be lying in wait, wanting to dash at them for food. It hoped that they would be satisfied with this boy and leave it to escape.

Though the tepig could certainly hide in the blades of grass brushing across the plains, it was keenly aware that lions and other stalking predators could hide just as well. Plus, birds from up above were able to see in pretty easily, and one false step could alert them to one's location. It lived almost its entire life on the run it seemed, always just trying to find the best hiding places and survive. Which, in such an open world such as the plains, hiding places were few and far between. Without any real place to make a home, it was forced to always be on the move, fearful of each day to come.

But as they approached the farm, the fences and buildings coming into view, suddenly there was a different world coming to its eyes. It stopped moving entirely as its head turned towards the enclosure, seeing that inside was a herd of mareep, all seeming peaceful and content. They didn't show fear, and didn't seem weak and hunted. They had the protection of that... whatever it was surrounding them. It seemed almost as if they were safe. And with that, suddenly being abducted by this human didn't seem all that bad. Perhaps there was some safety to be found from this new location.

[Tepig would join Ben immediately.]






[Normally you would have choices on which starter to have, but given Ben's lack of picking anything BUT the tepig, nothing else makes any sense. Now that you have a starter, you must decide their gender, ability, egg move, and name. Additionally, upon making your decisions you may begin to control the Pokemon. Please stay true to the personality I have outlined for them, though of course you are free to develop them further!]
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Ben was so relieved to finally make it back to the ranch. The tepig in his arms was finally calm and he could easily pull the gate open to drag the mareep inside. As soon as he took the leash off of her she dashed for the heard. It was stupid of him to have taken her out in the first place and he couldn't imagine what would have happened to her if that lion cub had gotten her.

Shutting the gate behind him, he set the tepig down. She was still a bit shaken by the whole situation but was mostly intrigued by this new place she had to investigate. The grass here was cut lower and she could see everything through out the ranch. Though there didn't seem to be any immediate dangers, she sure saw plenty of places to hide.

Running into the herd of sheep was one for sure. She just worried about the possibility of getting stomped over. Still all that worrying built up an appetite. Ben could tell for sure as he heard her stomach rumble as well as his. "Well let's see if we can get ya some scraps and water," the boy said, enthusiastically. "I 'spose I could get some supper myself."

The pig looked up at him nervously has the boy held his hand to his belly. Yeah he was only talking about eating whatever dinner his parents had cooked for him but as far as she knew he could have been implying that he was going to eat her. There was no way that was going to happen anytime soon.

Fearing whatever the boy had planned, the tepig dashed off into the farm for a place to hide away. "Hey, wait!" the boy cried out. He was going to have a lot of work ahead of him but it all seemed worth it to have had a bit of an adventure. Who knows what would have happened to this piglet if he hadn't found her out there? Either way, he was going to do his best to raise her up right so that one day he could be a traveler and collect his own bit of helpers like his parents did.

Ben figured he could just tell his ma and pa that the pig appeared closer to the fence that where he actually found her. This way it would just seem like he ran out for a bit just to rescue her. Though he wasn't good at lying it may have been the only way to take any suspicion off him. He'd surely be grounded otherwise but at least he had a new friend. Now if only he could get her to stop running away!

Name: None yet. Gender: Female Ability: Blaze Egg Move: Burn Up


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