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 Adventures in Babysitting, [Quest] - [Babying]
Shasyu
 Posted: Apr 19 2018, 07:20 PM
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Victor remembered that his friend Sonia mentioned something about the city's professor needing assistance. Victor was always looking for odd jobs around town and this one probably didn't pay but it couldn't hurt to volunteer. Perhaps if the professor saw how helpful he could be then she'd hire him. It was mostly wishful thinking.

The trainer had his more, unpredictable pokemon in their balls. Wisp was riding on Victor's shoulder as usual with Nereid peeking her eyes out his pack. At his side, was Ghost, the white vulpix who had been with him since the beginning. The fox wasn't as playful as she used to be but she was always up for whatever adventure Victor had planned. Big or small. On her back, was a newer friend to the team, but has been welcomed greatly but the younger teammates.

Pixie was a bounsweet who, like most of Victor's pokemon, was found in the forest. She wasn't used to the adventures that the trainer got himself into but seeing how they were in the city surrounded by humans, she didn't expect any threats to occur.

Not really sure, if or when Sonia would show up to the location, Victor went on ahead. He figured he'd just see his friend whenever she arrived. the auburn haired trainer entered Dentelle's lab, not really sure of who to look for. He wasn't informed of her appearance but was only informed that she was a woman. That honestly didn't help much unless she was the only person there.

With all this, Victor hadn't even questioned what the job was. For all he knew he was just going to be doing some cleaning. Little to his knowledge he'd be babysitting. The eggs that went unhatched at the anniversery fair hatched and they needed some attention. This was the same event where Victor had received Nereid.


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 Posted: Apr 20 2018, 10:54 AM
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[ Here are the babies! You are in control of them for the duration of this thread. Remember, to complete this quest you will need to write at least five posts in this quest which heavily feature the infants. Enjoy! ]


a baby Timburr !
level 1 ◒ female ◒ sheer force ◒ ENDURE, COMET PUNCH, Pound, Leer
+1 to all EXP gains, -1% to all loyalty gains

a baby Chespin !
level 1 ◒ male ◒ bulletproof ◒ DEFENSE CURL, Growl, Vine Whip
Not weak to flying as Chespin and Quilladin; only 2x weak to flying as Chensaught.

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Shasyu
 Posted: Apr 20 2018, 01:19 PM
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Victor looked around the lab to see a dark-skinned woman with short hair. She wasn’t dressed as he’d imagine a professor to be but she looked more like an explorer. He figured there probably wasn’t much of a difference here since she probably had to go out to do some of her studies. The trainer slowly approached her, not knowing who was going to introduce themselves first. He wasn’t even sure if he was allowed to just have his pokemon out in her lab.

The professor looked up at the man before turning to face him. He seemed nervous. It was probably the way he seemed to be opening his mouth to say something but then shut it immediately. Dentelle stepped forward to help break the ice between the two strangers, getting directly down to business. “What can I help you with?” she asked. Obviously there was a reason he was here.

The young trainer straightened out and help nodded his head as if agreeing with his own thoughts to finally speak up. “I’m Victor, I was told you’re looking for volunteers to help with an assignment,” he answered. The trainer spoke nervously which was mostly unlike him. He didn’t know why it he was reacting this way. Perhaps it had to do with the fact that she was a respected and a professional and he was just some random kid off the streets.

“Ah yes, you’re here to help with my side project, are you?” Dentelle asked.

Victor nodded his head in response. She was a bit nicer than he expected but he honestly was still unsure about what the job was. “So, what are we going to be doing? Heading into the forest? Observing pokemon unique behavior? Cleaning your office?” That last one was spoken with a bit less energy than the first two guesses. He really hoped he wasn’t here to clean.

Dentelle couldn’t help but raise an eyebrow at the young man. He appeared to be very eager to please and she thought it was intriguing, but how could he come to do a job he was not sure about? “It’s an assignment that I am hoping I can entrust to those who are responsible,” she said as she gestured for the young man to follow her. It was admittedly much less important than her current projects, of course, which was why she had asked for others to take the task rather than doing it herself.

Victor liked what he was hearing. He couldn’t wait to find out what the job was as he followed behind Dentelle who led him to a door that lead to the back of the lab. There was a fences area where she allowed pokemon she studied to roam freely. He looked around intrigued by what he saw. A part of him still felt like he was about to be asked to clean up pokemon...leavings…

“Some of the eggs from the anniversary fair went unpurchased but unfortunately that doesn’t prevent them from going unhatched,” she explained. The young trainer wasn’t sure where she was going but he kept nodding his head to let her know he was listening. “I’m going to need you to watch two of these unpurchased pokemon. They need attention that I don't have the time to give them,” she continued.

Raising a brow at what she said, Victor didn’t know how to respond. He was just going to be here to look after some baby pokemon? He had his own that he was looking after, any more and he’d basically be running a daycare center. “Um, is that all?”

Dentelle's face was blank. “You’re free to purchase any of the babies that you personally look after, of course.”

Suddenly the young trainer’s interest was piqued. “Oh?” he replied. That was indeed a fair trade off but why pay? If the pokemon connected with him well enough wouldn’t it be nice if it could just go home with him without paying? He figured the lab probably needed the money anyway but it still bothered him. Victor did have some money saved so it wouldn’t be so bad.

“These two will be your assignment,” Dentelle said, revealing two bipedal pokemon standing behind her.

Looking down at the two pokemon, the young trainer couldn’t help but find them very interesting. He didn’t know if he could afford both but perhaps with enough care and time he could persuade Dentelle to allow him to pay a cheaper price. One of the pokemon was a brown rodent like creature with green plating covering his head down to his back. He had a pink nose and green ears and grass poking from his head. He was sitting on the ground, playing with a berry. The chespin didn’t seem to be interested in eating it just yet but he was fiddling with the berry from palm to palm.

The second pokemon was a grey, veiny pokemon with a strange bulge protruding from its head. It seemed to be chewing on a stick it had found on the ground. Victor wasn’t sure about that one. The timburr wasn’t as appealing to the eye as the rodent and the aggressive way it was gnawing on the stick made him worry about its nature. The trainer let out a huge sigh and nodded his head once more. “Alright then. You’ve got a deal, I’ll look after these two and make sure they’re well taken care of,” he said reaching out his hand to shake hers.

The professor was glad to hear that he’d take up the assignment. She wondered if she should be worried because the timburr was very aggressive and others had failed to take care of it. Hopefully this young man would be the one. She wasn’t so much worried about the chespin since it was fairly neutral. The problem with this one is that it wasn’t very favorable among most trainers.

As Dentelle walked away, leaving Victor with the two babies, he looked down at his pokemon who seemed to have been quiet the entire time. Ghost was a little curious as to what exactly it was her trainer was supposed to be doing. These babies were younger than Wisp and Pixie and he already had Nereid to worry about. The young plant pokemon didn’t seem to be worried about these babies however. They were happy to help with whatever it was Victor was supposed to be doing here.

Victor crouched down to take a better look at the babies who were minding their own business as they sat on the ground. “Alright little guys, let’s get to know each other, what do you say?” the trainer spoke. The chespin looked up at him not knowing what kind of sounds were coming out of the tall human’s mouth but he didn’t seem bothered by him. The rodent was mostly interested in the bounsweet that was resting on the back of the vulpix. She smelled tasty and he sure loved himself some berries.

The timburr wasn’t very impressed with the tall human. She wasn’t exactly a fan of creatures bigger than her and she felt like she had to make sure they knew that. It wasn’t that she was scared. The timburr just didn’t like anyone treating it like it was helpless. The baby took the stick that was in her hands and whacked Victor in the face with it. The human stood up straight, holding his palms to his face. “Hey, what the?!” he cried out. The surrounding pokemon including his own began giggling. Even Ghost couldn’t help herself. It was pretty funny.


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 Posted: Apr 25 2018, 05:11 PM
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Victor didn’t want to get whacked in the face by the timburr again so he tried to remain in a reasonable distance from the baby. The trainer found a good spot to sit near the baby pokemon and his pokemon gathered around him. He wanted to take a moment to get to know the two and see what he could do for them. Ghost was honestly not interested in the children. She had thought that they were going to be going on an adventure but this wasn’t the type of task she was expecting. Victor took notice of this and returned the fox to her ball.

This wasn’t exactly the job for her anyway. Besides he still had the help of Wisp and Pixie. Nereid couldn’t do much, as she was about the same age. “So if you’re both from the anniversary fair, would that make you two Nereid’s siblings?” Victor asked, knowing full well that they couldn’t possibly understand the joke. The timburr and chespin just looked at him with confusion. The babies didn’t know why he was making so many mouth sounds but they sure were hungry.

The little fighting type decided to continue gnawing on the stick she found. This was her way of dealing with the situation. On the other end of this, chespin didn’t know what to do about his hunger. He knew his belly hurt and he remembered how much berries helped make it stop. The little rodent wanted some berries now but he didn’t know how to ask for them. Especially not from a human. He began shrieking as loudly as he could.

Hearing the ear shattering cry, Victor gave the grass pokemon a puzzled glare. “Okay, I didn’t even touch you!” he spoke in defense. Wisp and Pixie just watched the baby as it cried for food. The little bounsweet smelled so sweet to the chespin that he crawled over to her and attempted to take a bite out of the fruit pokemon. She rolled backwards in a panic, trying to avoid the baby from gnawing into her. Nereid watched, while playfully rocking side to side. This seemed fun, she only wished she could chase the rolling berry pokemon with her tiny legs.

Victor took hold of pixie and lifted her into the air. “Please don’t eat my pokemon, she’s new.” he blurted out. The chespin reached his arms up while still crying for the berry. Pixie didn’t appreciate being held up at such a height but it was better than being eaten by a baby.

“Please, don’t drop me!” she cried.

Wisp looked up at her wanting to help somehow. The last time he remembered a baby pokemon crying, they were hungry. Perhaps if he could just communicate this to Victor his trainer could just feed the chespin and the crying would cease. He waddled up to the man’s leg and tugged at his pant leg.

Victor looked down to see the budew trying to get his attention. He wondered what he could possibly want at a time like this. The seedling had opened his mouth wide as if someone was feeding him something and he began to chew on the air to simulate being fed. Wisp did this a few times hoping that Victor would understand what he was trying to tell him. Nereid thought the seedling looked so silly but her big brother was funny. He always made her laugh even when he wasn’t trying to. The corsola giggled at the chaotic event unfolded.

“Oh, he’s hungry,” Victor said, as the idea clicked. He was honestly surprised that Wisp was able to understand that better than he could. Victor only had experience in dealing with Corsola and she rarely cried. He kept her well fed and hydrated so she never really made a peep. The trainer set the bounsweet down on his head where she felt safe. The fruit sat comfortably looking down at the others.

Victor reached into his bag and pulled out some berries he had saved for later. Pixie looked at the hand full of fruits and screeched. She thought they were tiny bounsweets for a moment but realized that they weren’t alive. She’d be embarrassed if anyone else had noticed her look of panic for that quick moment. The trainer pulled out softer berry of the bunch and crushed it a bit so that the chespin could eat it easily without choking.

The armored rodent quickly crawled over to Victor and reached out for the berry. With a soft smirk on his face the trainer handed the berry to the chespin who began chewing on it immediately. The baby was so happy and relieved. His tummy would finally stop hurting him. Victor took another and shared it with Nereid. The baby wasn’t exactly hungry but boy, did she love random berries. Unexpected food was the best food in her opinion. The corsola chewed happily and she continued rocking side to side without a care in the world.

Noticing that the others were eating, timburr glared at them with envy. This human had berries? She had to have some. This stick was not doing anything for her but she didn’t like to appear needy. The young fighter stood and walked over to where Victor and the others were sitting. She looked up at him with angry eyes as she waited for her berry. The trainer noticed the fighting type as she stood there with her chewed stick.

“I guess that’s why you were biting down on that thing, huh?” he asked. “You’re hungry too.”

Whatever the human had said, he wasn’t feeding her yet and she felt like she had to let it be known that she was not happy about that. She stomped her foot letting out a grumpy moan. It wasn’t the ideal behavior but the timburr was a baby and he said he would look after both of the young pokemon. He picked out another berry for the fighting type and casually held out his hand for her to grab it. The grumpy baby quickly snatched it out of his hand and turned away. She began eating it immediatly and didn’t feel like having the others watch her.

Victor couldn’t help but laugh. She reminded him a lot of Spirit his angry ledyba. He would have liked to be more friendly toward the timburr as he was with the chespin but she wasn’t making it easy. He figured he just give her time. In the meantime, he and his pokemon would sit here for a moment while they looked after the babies.


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 Posted: May 4 2018, 10:29 AM
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After everyone had themselves a snack, the pokemon were feeling a bit more energetic. Victor saw this as an opportunity to get them active. He wasn’t exactly sure what to do with the pokemon since there didn’t seem to be any toys for them to play with. For a moment he had the quick image of using Pixie as a ball and letting the others chase her. There was also the fact that she would never allow that and it was probably a bit mean. But it was a funny thought.

Victor thought back to moments where he’d let his pokemon play together and what they’d do to keep each other entertained. These days it was a little less Ghost running through a field and more of Wisp being the center of attention amongst the kids. It was the best option really. He sat beside the seedling to see if he could get him to use his water sport.

“Hey buddy,” he spoke to the budew. Wisp looked up at his trainer who was smiling down at him. It was a good sign to see so that means he wasn’t in trouble. Victor tried using his hands to gesture water shooting from the top of his head. “Do you think you can give us a water sport?”

The seedling wasn’t used to taking commands since he typically acted on his own instinct but he could tell Victor wanted him to do something. The only attack he knew of that involved something shooting from his buds involved water. Wisp bounce happily, in agreement with the trainer. Victor gave a bigger smile.

Wisp closed his eyes as he focused on spraying a bit of water from the tip of his buds. The other babies around came closer to him as the droplets rained down on them. Nereid and Pixie seemed particularly excited since this is usually how they played with Wisp. The two were already bouncing up and down under the water sport.

Chespin didn’t really seem to understand what was happening. Though the water felt nice, he wanted to understand where the water was coming from. He stared at the budew with curiosity, wondering if the water was meant for him to drink. No, that couldn’t be. The water smelled differently than drinking water. Pokemon water attacks weren’t meant to be drunk but he didn’t know that. Only the scent gave him the instinct. The armored rodent just decided to play in the water as he saw the others do. He crawled over to where Pixie and Nereid were to bounce as they were.

Feeling the sudden droplets of water on her head, timburr wasn’t exactly happy. She walked away from its radius and watched as the others made fools of themselves. Water was for drinking not playing. What could they possibly find entertaining about this? Victor gave the fighter a look that read disappointing. He was hoping the baby would join in but instead it was being a sourpuss.

Victor couldn’t do much in forcing the timburr in joining in on the fun, so he tried to focus on the other baby for now. If the fighter decided to join in later then he’d gladly include him. When Wisp was done with water sport, he took a moment to rest. The seedling needed to re-hydrate. Victor patted the budew on the head and let him waddle away to take some sips of water in a bowl nearby.

“Alright who wants to fly?” Victor spoke up, enthusiastically. All the pokemon stared at him quizzingly. He knew they couldn’t understand him but he was just excited about the idea. “Who’s first?” he asked looking around at the young pokemon. “Let’s go with Nereid!” he said picking up the baby coral. She seemed happy to he held by her trainer but she wasn’t expecting him to hold her above his head.

The corsola looked down at the others below her and wiggled her arms with glee. This was fun and she wanted to stay up here. She felt tall and she couldn’t believe being picked up was all it took to grow. She let out a squeak of joy as Victor walked in circles, simulating flight for the coral. The other pokemon were intrigued by this, except Pixie. She looked nervous for the corsola.

Victor placed down the baby who didn’t seem to want to stop but perhaps it would be nice for someone else to have a turn. “Anyone else?” Victor called out. Chespin rushed over immediately holding out his arms to be picked up. “Alright looks like we have a volunteer!”

The trainer lifted the grass type off the ground and went in circles again. He held chespin out so that he was laying flat with his arms and legs out. The rodent squeaked with joy as Victor flew him around the area. Timburr watched with annoyance. Sure she stepped away to avoid the water but it didn’t mean she wasn’t against playing. The chespin had seemed to be the favorite here but humans were just so annoying.

Victor reached down for Pixie, but the berry rolled backwards toward Wisp. She didn’t want to be taken into the air. There was too many memories of birds swooping down and taking off with her. He could see she was truly terrified by it so he let her be. “Sorry, girl. I didn’t mean to frighten you,” she spoke softly. The bounsweet could hear the apologetic tone in his voice and calmed down. She gave her best smile even though she was still scared.

Placing the chespin down, he looked over to timburr who was making her way over to him. “Well look who decided to join us,” he said to the fighter. She looked up at him holding her hands up to be picked up. Victor couldn’t help but grin because she wouldn’t change her angry face. She was demanding to be played with and it was too cute to be upset at her rude behavior.

“Here we go,” he said picking up the timburr. Victor held her above his head and layed her out as he did chespin. She wasn’t reacting yet but she was still holding onto her stick in one hand. The trainer began going in circles to give her the simulation of flying. The timburr smirked lightly but was trying to remain focused. She swung her stick side to side as if there were targets in front of her. It appeared she was pretending to be fighting enemies mid-air. Victor couldn’t help but chuckle a bit.

When he was done, Victor placed the timburr down. She was a bit upset that the ride was over but enjoyed herself. He looked around as the young pokemon seemed to be yawning. Perhaps they were feeling worn out from the day and to be honest, his arms were feeling a bit numb. “Okay guys, how about a nap? I know I could use one,” he yawned, himself.


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With the babies getting sleep, Victor picked up Nereid first and placed her in his bag where she could rest. She was honestly getting bigger and her spikes were beginning to keep him from fitting her into the pack. She needed to rest though, so she would just have to deal. The little coral yawned once more and shut her eyes as she began to doze off. Victor rubbed her head a bit before she fell into a deep sleep.

Wisp and Pixie, sought comfort in each other. The berry rolled up next to the budew who planted himself next to Nereid. The seedling and the fruit shut their eyes as they drifted off into a slumber. Victor thought about just returning Wisp into his ball but he seemed so comfortable. Also it wouldn’t be fair when the two girls didn’t have their own balls to rest in. Keeping each other warm would be enough for now.

Victor stepped over to chespin who didn’t know exactly where to sleep. He rubbed his little eyes trying to stay awake until he found a place of comfort. The armored rodent didn’t just want to cuddle up with the human’s pokemon when he didn’t know them too well. He felt like he was invading more than it being about his discomfort. Victor stepped over to him and picked him up. He sat down next to his other pokemon and cradled the chespin in his arms. The rodent lied there looking up at him and he rocked him back and forth.

“I wish I knew some kind of lullaby that would help you sleep,” Victor joked. “I don’t really know what to do most of the time but somehow I managed to take care of all these pokemon.” The chespin blinked as it listened to the human speak. He was totally oblivious to anything he was saying but it was nice to hear his voice in such a calming tone. Keeping his eyes open was becoming harder as Victor continued to speak. “You’re pretty easy to care for though, so that’s okay I guess. It’s a shame that no one purchased your egg. They couldn’t have known you were going to be so cute.”

Chespin’s eyes were shutting now. His mouth began to hang out as he dozed off in the human’s arms. Victor let out a single chuckle. “Sleep tight little guy,” Victor took his coat that he arrived in winter with, from around his waist and layed it out on the ground for the chespin to sleep in. The grass type slept next to the other pokemon as Victor picked himself up off the ground.

Across from him, he saw the baby fighter. The timburr looked a bit grumpy and too stubborn to doze off on her own. She saw there gnawing on her stick taking a few blinks too long. Victor could see easily that she needed to rest but as he observed throughout the day, she wasn’t going down without a fight. He stepped over to her and bent down to offer her a place in his arms.

The baby looked up with annoyance in her eyes. She wasn’t going to let him cradle her to sleep as he did the others. She didn’t need a human’s help for that. The timburr wanted to do what she wanted to do when she wanted to do it. She stomped her foot, giving him a gesture that told him to back off. Victor couldn’t force her to go to sleep but he sure felt like he needed a nap. He couldn’t do this and leave the baby to wander off to do what it wanted. The trainer say with his legs crossed and watched the fighter play with her stick.

“You don’t have to fight it you know?” he spoke to her. The timburr shook her stick at him. She didn’t comprehend his words but was warning him to be silent. Victor yawned as he sat and watched. The timburr poked at the ground and dragged it along the dirt as she made her way over to where the others were sleeping.

Victor was slightly worried that she was going to whack one of the babies. He kept his eye on the fighting type as he slowly inched his way over to her. Just in case she decided to hurt them or wake them up he’d try to snag the stick away from her. Instead the timburr grabbed her stick and held it close to her if she was holding a baby of her own. The baby fighter climbed onto the jacket where chespin was resting and curled up next to him. She refused to let go of her stick.

The trainer couldn’t help be smile at this behavior. He was honestly just glad she went to sleep on her own. He got as comfortable as he could and lied down next to the babies all sleeping together and looked up at the sky. He could feel his body shutting down as he drifted off into a sleep. He could only hope the pokemon would get up and get themselves into trouble during this time. Just a quick nap was all he needed.


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 Posted: May 7 2018, 11:39 AM
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Victor jumped out of his sleep. Immediately after his mind had awaken, his initial thought was on the babies. The sun hadn’t set yet but it wasn’t early morning anymore. Not much time could have gone by, probably an hour. He looked around quickly to see if anyone had gone missing during his rest. Fortunately, they were all still sleeping. Not in the same positions he left them in, but it was mostly expected for the young pokemon to roll around while resting.

As he watched the babies, sleep he wished he could take them both with him. He probably had too many pokemon to look after already but he couldn’t help but feel the need to adopt all he could. Pokemon were the only great things in this world as far as he knew. They were also the most dangerous part and it was a shame they had to be used to fight these encounters. Victor could honestly see himself with a research lab like this with lots of pokemon who need a home. Where those abandoned could belong and never have to worry about being alone again.

The trainer could see the chespin waking. The little armored rodent rubbed his eyes as he rose from his nap, taking a look around. He spotted Victor who was sitting and watching him. The chespin began crawling over to him, still in a bit of a daze from his sleep. It sat in front of the human and looked up at him. Victor smiled and he wrapped his hands around the rodent and picked him up.

“Feeling better, little guy?” he asked.

The chespin squeaked happily. Victor wondered what made his one and the timburr so different at such a young age. They were babies and already so different in personalities. Not that he was an expert in babies or people for that matter, but the timburr was so detached and not as friendly as the chespin. Perhaps some traits were just there from the start and the rest had to be molded. It made him think about how Spirit ended up the way he did. Such distrust and hatred for most beings must have started so young.

It was the timburr that reminded him of his ledyba. She was such a pain to sit today but not as bad as dealing with his bug. He felt like he could really help her if given the chance. It was just a shame that he’d have to pay to take her with him and he had his sights already set on the chespin. It was just too expensive and it wasn’t like he could convince the professor either way. He was sure the reasoning came from the cost of resources for caring for the pokemon here.

Victor rocked the chespin back and forth as he processed his thoughts. He hadn’t even noticed the other pokemon waking. Timburr rose from her sleep looking as grumpy as ever. The little fighter walked over in front of him glaring at him. The trainer waited to see what she was going to do. The little fighter was holding on tightly to her stick and she looked like she wanted to whack the trainer with it.

While holding the chespin in one hand, Victor held out the other to allow the timburr to crawl up. The fighter looked down at his hand and smacked his palm with the stick. Victor pulled away, shaking his hand. “You could have just said no,” he chuckled. He reached out again, despite knowing the possible result. The baby pulled the stick back once more and smacked his palm.

Victor didn’t move his hand this time. He allowed the baby to keeping hitting him. It honestly wasn’t so bad and after thinking about it for some time, he realized that this was just the way fighting types were. Everything was a challenge to them and they felt the natural instinct to prove their strength. Spirit may not have been a fighting pokemon but he definitely had the attitude of one and getting to know this timburr helped him figure that out a bit.

“Oh!” he falsely cried out. The little fighter reacted well to this. She felt stronger. Feeling as if she hurt the human, she no longer need to continue hitting. She proved her strength and she could go mind her business.

The trainer wondered if it was just about time to get going. The pokemon had some rest and he had been here all morning. He wanted to get some things done around town and probably meet up with a friend before the day was over. With the chespin in hand, he attempted to reach down for the timburr. The little fighter allowed him to pick her up for some odd reason. Carrying the two babies back into the lab, he searched for Dentelle. It wouldn’t take long to find her as she was there speaking to another trainer.

He waited till she was done speaking to him and approached the professor. “Hey, thanks a lot for giving me the opportunity to look after these two,” he said as the two pokemon gripped tightly to him.

She looked at him and gave him a single nod in response. She could see the two pokemon had grown attached to him in a nothing more than a morning’s time, as infants tended to do. They’d grow attached to anyone who would feed them. Still, she could tell he had done a good job and she hadn’t heard a single cry coming from them the entire time. “I appreciate the assistance,” she replied.

“They’re great pokemon and I wish I could take them both with me but I don’t think I could afford to do so,” said Victor, looking down at the babies. “Though if you’d allow, I’d like to take the chespin with me. I have enough for him at least.”

It hurt the trainer to feel like he had to pick but this is how it was. It had taken some time to bond with the timburr but in the long run he’d likely have an easier time raising the armored rodent. Ad since he couldn’t have both, it was the right decision. With that decision made and an approval from the professor, he’d be on his way. Victor would head back out and collect his sleeping pokemon before going on about his day.


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▲▲ +1% loyalty for Wisp, Pixie, and Nereid

▼▼ -670 tokens

So I literally rolled a 100 (Rixie as my witness!) on this so it doesn't even matter what I set the chances at. But in case you were curious I had it at about 40. It's a baby so it's super impressionable, and the interactions were definitely cute. It's pretty easy to make friends with friendly babies. Nothing felt super above and beyond though, so I couldn't push it to 50 or above.

So net token loss is 630. Sorry that the RNG was rude and took all of Victor's money, but at least you still get the Chespin! Rolling for loyalty between 8-14... RNG says 10.

I'll go edit this into his index now~ Congrats!


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