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Kaien
 Posted: May 4 2018, 11:39 PM
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Autumn, Day 58, Approx. 8:30am

[#SEB SPOTLIGHT! This dev is for Seb's evolution from a Scatterbug into a Spewpa, some loyalty, and a bit of experience if deemed appropriate. I'm planning a bit of training in the midst of this, but we'll see what happens.]

It started out, and would continue to be, a rather average day in all. The family was all out within in the home which she was staying for the time, so kindly lent to her while the traders who lived here were on a trip. They were spending some time in Crater City to sell their goods and proclaim some things that didn't make it to the forest very often, or for a very good price. She sat in a chair, the little compact mirror with her name flipped open, shining her bright smile back at her as her fingers fiddled with her hair carefully.

It was always important to make herself look good before going out. And she so appreciated the opportunity to get ready inside a house, rather than outside. She was fine living outside if needed on occasion, but it certainly wasn't her preferred living. Until she found a new home however, she bounced between houses of those willing to let her stay for a few days here and there at a time. This helped her socialize more and keep relationships positive, so she didn't mind. Though the peace of being alone with her family was always nice from time to time.

Of course, she wasn't able to get through her morning preparations before the silly bug was over, bumping his head against her leg. She giggled, ad he released a 'buh' customary to requesting pets. Though, it sounded a tad off, she didn't think too much of it. Perhaps he was still shaking off the morning sleepiness. Carefully removing her hands from her thick curls, she leaned over and extended her arms. "Here, why don't you come up here with me." Gently, she wrapped her fingers around the scatterbug and lifted him up. She set him in her lap, the compact sitting on a table in front of them.

Meeting his demands, she started to pat him on his head. As she did so, her hand and eyes started to drift to his collar. In all the time she's had the bug, she'd known his collar of fur to only grow so long. It was pretty constant and sure. But for some reason, it almost seemed a bit longer than usual. Maybe she was just imagining it. She lifted the fur for a better look, and noticed something odd. There were the beginnings of bristles of white fur. Was his fur spreading a bit? Or did some of it get torn?

No, the woman was sure she could have noticed if his fur got torn or cut. "You planning on growing a bit more hair, huh? That will only make you look cuter!" She spoke in her bubbly tone as ever, though she was a bit puzzled by the change. But it was minuscule. There wasn't a need to worry over it obsessively. Besides, extra fur was good, right? They were about to move into the cold season after all. She returned to her petting for a couple more moments before returning her attention to her hair and face.

After sorting out and organizing her curls as she wanted to, making them look nice and even and not so frizzy, she would move on to her makeup. She leaned, pulling out the berry concoctions with her different hues to add to her face. Pulling it out meant getting the attention of Eli of course, which wasn't a problem by any means. "Yes yes, I know you'll want to decorate Seb for the day. Just don't go too crazy, okay?" She cocked her head at the espurr while holding the little container of paste, the espurr nodding in agreement even if she didn't really understand the words. She just knew that's what she had to do for the human to give her the paint!

Shae chuckled and handed one of the containers to the feline, who immediately whined while looking up at Seb. Normally he was quicker to move, but he seemed less willing for some reason. "Oh Seb, I hope you slept well. If not, I'll make sure you get some time to nap later, I promise." She pet him affectionately, before lifting to set him on the ground, leaving him to the espurr. In the meantime, she returned to her face, opening the other container and rubbing a tad of the makeshift paste between her fingers, looking deeply into the mirror as she brought them up to her face to apply.


Still groggy, the scatterbug grumbled as he left the woman, having been placed on the floor. "Come ooooon!! It's time to get you all fancy and ready for the day! I absolutely can't wait a single moment loonger!" The bug groaned dramatically. He liked being decorated, as it made him feel like he was closer to being a vivillon with beautiful wings. But he was just so tired today... "Maybe we could just skip today. I need more sleep." His head hung a little lower as he said it, but to no one's surprise he wasn't able to deter her so easily.

The espurr gasped, a little choked mew escaping from her throat as she did so. "Not get ready for the day? Preposterous! I have to make you look perfect! Just like how the human makes herself look perfect every day. It's art! You can't stifle good art!" There was a clear scoff across the room, the grumble very clearly from the dog who disagreed fervently with the opinion that the espurr's mess could be called art. She ignored him. "Fine fine. Just do your thing so I can get some sleep before she decides to leave the house please." She meowed in joy and hopped a bit. "I'll have you looking gorgeous in a matter of minutes! Super fast and super pretty!"

The scatterbug lifted his head and allowed her to get to work, though she quickly noticed the same as Seb. "Oh! You're growing more fur! That's so exciting. It means I'll have more to decorate." She set to staining the pricks of new white fur with the dark colored concoction. Seb would have rolled his eyes if he could. He wasn't growing more fur, that was just silly. He had just as much fur as he always did. It wouldn't just start growing randomly.

Unless...

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 Posted: May 21 2018, 12:53 PM
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Autumn, Day 65, Approx. 9:30am

The sun was shining brilliantly as the sky decorated itself with clouds here and there, thicker than the day before but positioned in such a way as to not block out the sun. Shae appreciated it, as it meant she'd be able to continue enjoying the rays of the sun more before winter rolled in and caused it to come out much less often. Plus, the air would be much colder once that time of year came around, so trips outside wouldn't be nearly as enjoyable as they were. With autumn coming to a close, everyone was preparing for the winter.

The woman closed the door behind her, a grey bug atop her shoulder with tufts of white fur, decorated with the occasional permanent color and some stains from berries. As per the normal morning routine, Eli had decorated Seb with bits of paint she had created with the feline. While she wasn't a huge fan of spreading berries on the pokemon at all, she could appreciate that the young pokemon was getting more detailed and less messy as time went on. And it wasn't hurting anyone, so she allowed the creativity to continue. Even if it meant Seb needed to get a bath every day - he didn't seem to mind it though, as it meant he was getting her attention. Silly bug was happy whenever she was paying him attention.

Though, Seb appeared to be a bit different as of late. Not in personality so much, as he was still ever requesting pets by her. Even as the train of thought started, the woman walking away from the house she'd been staying at, the little bug butted his head against her curls, releasing a little 'buh' to request her attention. She giggled and raised a have to scratch as his head in the way he liked. His mood lately seemed a little tired and possibly grouchy, which left him wanting more attention. She assumed it helped him feel better, but didn't assuage her concerns about him seeming off.

Physically, there were a couple extra tufts of fur around his neck last week that she'd hardly noticed. The scatterbug didn't really make a big deal about it. But as time went on, she started to wonder about it, realizing that it was spreading a bit, or so she thought. If it was, it was growing slow enough that it was hard to notice. But, the way he stood a little more upright than before seemed to help her notice that he seemed different. His relaxed position turned up a bit, which was ultimately a better posture, but she didn't understand what the cause of the change was. She made a note to keep an eye on it, her slender fingers brushing along his neck fur as if to try and confirm her suspicions. She didn't let it bother her too much for now, as she headed out to begin the day.


Seb released the 'buh' sound, and was glad that his human quickly responded. Not that she wasn't used to it, but sometimes she was too busy, and wouldn't pay him enough attention or pets. Honestly, he needed them more than ever. They made him feel better, and he'd bit aching, so he was certainly needing the bit of relief. He didn't quite understand for sure what was going on, but he had a feeling. A feeling that he honestly wasn't quite sure he wanted to think too much on yet. If it was correct, it could be great, but also, it could be scary. Or was it? He just wasn't really sure how to feel.

So he focused on the little details. For one, it felt like his body was pulling at him. Like it was changing, straightening. Where he'd normally keep a nice, relaxed posture and rise if needed, it was almost as if something was tugging at his back, attempting to pull him up. But it was slow and weak, so he was able to resist it - but resisting it for too long made him ache even more. So he'd been trying to lean into it, but being too straight up made him tired more quickly. He was pretty fed up with it, and thus requesting more pets. If his body wouldn't agree to feel nice, then he'd get the human's help in that regard.

Additionally, Eli couldn't stop commenting on the fact that his fur was apparently growing in more. He'd be lying if he said he couldn't tell - after all, he'd been feeling itchy around his neck where the pores were opening up for fur to grow it. It was annoying honestly, especially considering his lack of a way to scratch at it. Sometimes the human was somehow able to tell, and would pat at his fur. That helped. But without a way to directly tell her to do it, the bug just had to hope she'd do it more. He'd yet to find a way to get her to move her hand, but sometimes moving his head a certain way would cause her to focus on the neck area with his new furs.

The bright side to it was that he felt a little warmer all the time, which ended up convenient as the temperatures started to drop with the season change. Even now, as a small breeze pushed through the air, he felt the fur around his neck blocking more than it had last year around thie time. That was always good. And, as the artwork in the white fur could contest, the extra fur meant that the espurr was able to make him even more beautiful than before, which of course made him feel even closer to being a gorgeous vivillon. He knew he'd be there one day, but the berry art made him feel more spruced up and nice than normal until that day would come. Once it did, that feline wouldn't be allowed within 5 feet of his perfect wings, lest she ruin their pattern and coloration. It was still some time off, but perhaps not quite as far off as he might think.

But the prospect of evolution was still unknown territory, and it did somewhat frighten him.

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 Posted: Jun 6 2018, 03:55 PM
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Winter, Day 2, Approx. 10:30am

A dark hand reached up towards the bug on the woman's shoulder. Slender fingers moved to pet the pokemon on its head, passing briefly over the white fur that decorated his neck. She'd been keeping better track since she truly noticed some change about a week ago, watching as the bug appeared to be growing more fur. Though there was nothing official she could use to measure it, she made it work with different things she had around. Just by watching day in and out, she could hardly notice any change. After all, it was so gradual and slow that it almost seemed just normal to her.

Even so, the more noticeable change that she was seeing in the bug was the fact that he seemed to be standing taller than he used to be. She'd noted it a bit before, but it was increasing. Where he used to have his body lunging forward, it was closer to a direct angle from the ground. He was slowly creeping up, though from the way he reacted to it, she didn't imagine it was entirely voluntary. He seemed more grouchy and needy than usual, which was saying quite a bit considering how the bug normally acted. If he was growing, she didn't blame him. She could imagine getting bigger would put some aching on one's body, not that she could remember the feeling herself.

But she did wonder just what had caused this spur of change in the scatterbug. It seemed to have happened out of nowhere - was it just a growth spurt? Her confusion was heightened by the fact that this hadn't happened to any of her other pokemon. While they were mostly shaped differently from each other, she would think that it would happen to more than one of them. Then again, she had to admit that Seb was the first pokemon she caught. Perhaps that had something to do with it? It didn't explain why Kay was just the same as before. But knowing that stubborn pokemon, she could imagine why.

She continued to pet the creature as she walked, heading to make her next delivery. The sun was shining down on them, and she was enjoying it while it lasted. Winter was going to be upon them soon, which meant it was going to get colder. The cloth-wrapped package lay nestled in her arm as she walked, a couple smaller items in her bag. Given the amount of change she had been seeing in the scatterbug, she kept him outside of his pokeball as much as she could. Which meant, of course, that he would be coming with her to make deliveries. No one seemed to mind, and Seb sure liked the extra attention. Unfortunately, she had yet to find anyone who was able to look at him and know what was going on. An explanation would be nice. Shae had been hoping to see Dentelle soon to ask if she could figure it out, but it seemed a visit to the professor just wasn't in the cards at the moment.


The bug was getting a little more sure of what was going on as time went by. It had been a couple weeks sine his neck started feeling itchy with additional furs, and it had taken him quite some time to realize that once he evolved, he'd have a lot of fur. To his credit, he hadn't been living among his kind in a very long time. It was understandable that he wasn't fully aware of what was happening immediately, with none of his kind around to tell him what it was. Since then, he'd gotten even more pores opening as bristles of fur poked through his skin. And, the already existing fur started to grow longer, stretching further out around him.

He felt a little silly, in all honesty. The fur and newly-growing stubble was certainly not doing any credit to his appearance. A fact that Eli had made quite apparent as she decorated him in the mornings. Today he was sporting blue and purple spots in his fur, and was pleased with the handiwork. Though there were a couple black and red specks that the espurr had found as well. She'd said it was totally throwing off his look. He argued that his natural look wasn't throwing off his look - that just didn't make any sense. She didn't accept that argument.

Still, he knew that it must be a pretty visible change. After all, even their human had seemed to take notice of his gradual growth. She was starting to treat him a bit differently. And certainly not in a bad way. It was almost as if she wanted to keep an eye on him, almost always having him out with her rather than in the strange ball she normally carried them in. Which meant that he was able to get more pets. That was always a good thing. It helped to distract him from the aching and itchy feelings he got from his body pushing against itself to change into something different than what it was used to. But if evolution meant extra pets, than bring it on.

He still wasn't entirely sure how he felt about evolving right now. Part of it was exciting. Part of it was scary. He wasn't sure what it would be like to be evolved, and he didn't exactly have anyone to ask nearby. His whole life, he'd been training and moving and living with his body a certain way. Now, it was turning into something new. He'd had to walk differently, attack different, eat differently. There were so many uncertainties, he just wasn't sure what to think. But his dream of being a gorgeous vivillon was still strong in his head, keeping him somewhat positive about what this meant. While that wasn't what he was turning to right now, it was the next step after he fully became a spewpa. And with this trainer and his family to help out, he was sure he'd get used to his new body in time. It was all very conflicting, but he knew that no matter what, it would be okay in the end.

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 Posted: Jun 12 2018, 10:02 PM
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Winter, Day 9, Approx. 12:30pm
The soft cloth brushed up in the air, the wind catching beneath it and crumpling it slightly. The woman sighed and let it fall to the ground, manually straightening it out once it was there. She made sure that the surface was laid out nicely for their little picnic, setting the basket with food on the center. A soft 'buh' noise lit up the air as the pokemon bumped against her ankle, the cloth set out and ready. She giggled and took a seat on the cloth, reaching out her hands to the pokemon. She grabbed him gently with both hands and lifted him, bringing him into her lap. It was about time for lunch, so the others needed to come out too.

But first she spent a few minutes with her ever changing bug. He was looking fuzzier than ever, the hairs along his neck growing longer with each passing day. Not to mention that it was starting to grow further down his body, reaching about halfway down at this point. There was so much of the white fur encompassing his body now, and she knew by now that it was just going to continue. In addition, it seemed his head was growing a tan-ish color in the back. It was shifting slowly in color from the more grey-ish color as tan tones layered into it lightly. His head seemed to be getting a little bigger, literally, as his posture was moving towards almost being straight up.

His body that she could see was getting so different and strange compared to what she was used to. They'd been together for a full year, and these changes were different from anything she'd every known. But discovering it was evolution was exciting. She had been surprised it had taken her so long to get it, but now that she understood it was an amazing thing to watch. After all, Dentelle had told her about evolution mere days after she arrived in Terrene. The woman had looked up what the final product from his changing would be, so she'd have a reference as they continued along. It had certainly set her mind at ease to find that it was something natural occurring.

She pet the larger head of the scatterbug, if she could really call him that. It seemed appropriate to continue addressing him as such until his growing was complete, but the in between was pretty different from the species norm. Hopefully it wouldn't last too much longer, as she was excited to see Seb in his next stage of life, and learn all about his new form. Her hands grabbed at her pokeballs, releasing all of her pokemon. They were growing into such a large family, and the egg in her pack was going to be another addition soon enough. The creature stretched and greeted each other and moaned. They were clearly hungry and the woman was happy to work on setting out food for each of them. She set to it immediately, a wide smile on her face.


Growing pains were possibly the worst in this stage. His body was feeling stretched out and aching from the change in position. Moving from such a slouching shape into something straight and upright was so weird. He was also trying to get used to the new warmth that was caused by his fur. It was everywhere now, and he wasn't sure just how okay with it he was. After all, it was a mark of a good event and another step into a magnificent vivillon. Also, the weather was getting a bit colder as winter was closing in, which was certainly helpful to the bug. But still, it was definitely a weird addition to get used to in the end. The fur was itchy too, which was certainly an annoying addition.

The other pokemon were coming out, which meant he was going to be getting less pets. Almost immediately, the human's hands were removed from his head and moving towards the container with their food. Well, at least he was going to be getting food now. That was an acceptable alternative, at least for now. The bug scooted himself off her lap and onto the fabric, watching as she dug through and pulled out different kinds of food. A bunch of the family were running around, but Eli was walking over towards him. Jaq and Bri were also chilling on the fabric nearby, but one was hiding from the sun while the other was basking in it.

"Seeeb! Look at how much fur you have. It's creating such a wonderful canvas for me to work with. Are you going to keep it forever? How long are you going to grow it out?" The feline mewed out in joy as she spun, looking over the fur growing out of her friend. She didn't seem to quite understand that this was a temporary step to the final piece, but he'd have it for a while at least. "It'll fill the rest of my body, as is natural to my evolution. But this is just temporary. Just you wait! I'll be a vivillon soon enough, and then I won't need any enhancements. I'll be the most gorgeous of us all." His changing head lifted in the air in pride, standing taller than it had ever before.

The espurr was less excited about losing her canvas, but expressed her joy in that he would be a butterfly sometime soon. He couldn't wait for that day - he'd already been waiting for so long! As he thought, he shook his fur, getting an itch he couldn't scratch. As he did so, a few flakes of black, red, and yellow spots spread out from him. They decorated the piece beneath them, but he was just glad to feel better. Though he didn't understand what these strange flakes were. They kept appearing, and he had to shake his fur a lot to get them out. Though Eli thought it went well with his appearance, so he didn't mind it too much. The human spent time sometimes trying to pick them out, which he also liked. It meant she was sifting through his fur, a gesture that felt really nice. Now if this could finish up, he'd have his complete new body instead of being awkwardly in the middle.

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 Posted: Jun 15 2018, 02:21 PM
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Winter, Day 16, Approx. 2:30pm

"Keep it up Seb! You're getting faster!" The cloth target released from thin, dark fingers. The pale grey cloth was tied at the top with twine, stuffed with loose pieces of cloth to add a bit of weight. It carried over across the little meadow they'd found, soaring through the air towards its target - the bug himself. She watched as the pokemon jumped into the air, using his tackle attack on the wad of cloth. He smacked it with his head, with was growing more of a tan color with each passing day aside from his face. The cloth rebounded from the hit, landing a couple feet away from where it had been hit as the bug plopped back on the ground.

Shae could barely see Seb's feet at this point. They were barely sticking out of a forest of fur growing from the pokemon's body. Though he was standing straight up by this point, only hunching slightly here and there out of habit. She understood that there had been a lot of changes he had to take in over the last few weeks, so it made sense that he was still trying to break old habits. Whenever he did try to arch over, one could see in his muffled expression that it was uncomfortable. Though the ever-growing fur was pointing up a bit as well, which was reaching to cover the bottom of his face. It was actually kind of cute, and she was excited for him to reach a new form fully.

Pulling another cloth target from her bag, she tossed it in her hand while giving an appraising look to the pokemon. "Here we go again. Get it Seb!" She chucked the makeshift practice tool as far as she could. The bug adjusted, skittering backwards, but fell backwards as the target soared above him. The woman giggled as he groaned in complaint, still not completely used to his new stance and legs. Which meant that he needed to spend more time training and working on adjusting to his new form. She'd been trying to make special lessons for him, so as to make sure he was growing into his new shape successfully. She headed over to collect the targets from the ground.


As he fell backwards, his tiny legs still not used to the amount of weight so far back, the pokemon felt so silly. Ugh. No one ever mentioned that evolution was such an awkward phase. That there would be this weird middle ground between his two forms where it felt like he couldn't do anything right. He just kept falling and stumbling around. He tried to counter balance it by leaning forward, but whenever he did that it would start to ache. Who knew that posture could cause so much pain? It was no wonder the human was always insistent in how the others stood up. The feline wasn't allowed to arch at all most times, and he finally felt like he understood why. Nobody would want this achy pain.

The human, to her credit, was really encouraging and comforting while this was all happening. When he started feeling the growing pains from his body shifting and changing it's shape, literally, she'd given him extra pets. Though he'd hardly given her a choice in the matter, she never seemed to get mad or stop when he was feeling down. It helped him feel better and get through this weird transition without his original family to explain things. She and the others coudn't actually help him with the strange feelings running through his body, but they did their best to comfort him at least. That much he appreciated.

As she was moving to pick up the weird cloth things she had him tackle, she stopped to help him up. He'd just been wiggling his body trying to get up on his own, but she was able to lift and put him back on his feet. He buh'd in approval as she started to pet his head, already feeling a little better. He was glad the others hadn't been out to see his fall. That would have been so embarrassing - and Mar would never have let him live it down. She had a knack for never forgetting any time that any of the family embarrassed themselves, but seemed to have an aptitude for 'forgetting' when she embarrassed herself. Dumb bird.

He tried to stretch his body as best he could, feeling achy all over still. Sometimes the training helps to relieve the odd sensation by getting his body moving, but some days the ache was just too much to counter with a bit of exercise. Still, he wasn't going to give up now. He skittered off, resolving to run a lap. Shae seemed surprised, but didn't stop him. When he looked over, she smiled and returned to grabbing the weird tossing things. He kept to his running, but tripped and rolled. This time the momentum kept his body going, so he rolled a full 360, landing back on his feet and wobbling as he tried to balance himself. Eventually it worked and, after a moment, he resumed his running. He needed to get used to running so that he could get strong and beat up the murkrow. He really wanted to show that demon he could be just as strong as her, and evolving was going to help him.

One day, he'd be a vivillon, and unlock new powers and gorgeous abilities that would strike fear into her heart. Well, maybe that was a stretch, but getting her to respect him was his goal. He'd won that strange human ritual the summer prior, but the bird refused to believe it. He'd taken on not one, but two other pokemon can came out on top! How could that evil avian deny it? He resolved to do it again. He'd almost forgotten for a while, but as the white fur grew out on his body and marked that he would soon be a spewpa, he felt reinvigorated towards his goal. Finally, he felt like he was taking steps towards being a fully grown pokemon, and would grow tougher and more adaptable in his own right. And one day, he would take on the murkrow.

And win.

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Winter, Day 23, Approx. 5:30pm
As the sun started to descend in the sky, the air was getting a bit cooler. Winter was certainly greeting the forest in full by now, and she could tell. And with colder weather came shorter days, the sun making its daily close much earlier than before. Which meant that she needed to try and get home earlier as well, in order to stay safe and be able to be productive. There was only so much one could do when it got dark out, so she tried to avoid it whenever possible. She shivered a bit, the warm furry bug nestled in her arms seeming completely untouched by the chill. It wasn't as cold as many areas of Terrene, but the woman was accustomed to the warmth of Ashfield.

The bug in her arms looked completely different now, and she was confident his evolution was complete. He looked a startling mimic of the image she'd had in her pokedex, documenting what a spewpa looked like. And as if to match that sentiment, Seb seemed a bit happier too. He was still requesting just as much attention as always, perhaps even more than before, but it seemed different now. Where over the past few weeks he seemed to be in pain and trying to adjust to the changes in his body, now he seemed at peace. And just requesting pets because h wanted them.

If he didn't look completely different than he had before, she'd almost say things were returning to normal. It had started... 5? 6 weeks ago? That he'd begun to change into what he was now. She was endlessly proud and excited for what he had become, in that he'd been working so hard to get strong and grow up to become a strong pokemon. She felt like this change was a testament to that, showing that all the work and effort that the bug had been putting in was coming to light through this evolution. She idly pet his head as she walked through the city, slowly making her way back home as she thought about it all. The others in her family seemed to be less impressed and excited, aside from Eli and Barry. But those two were naturally excitable as it was. But no matter what, she was glad to see him growing up, and was excited to see what he would become after all.


Finally, the aches seemed to lay off. It had only happened a day or two ago that he was feeling some relief from the natural growing pains, but when it happened he'd been so excited. The scatter-err, spewpa, was completely covered from neck to feet in fur now. There were red and black patches that shifted into his fur, but they were anomalies rather than coloration in his fur. Eli tended to spend her mornings trying to pick them out - but she gave up rather quickly. Instead she was finding ways to weave them into her design, but every time he shuffled and they moved, she got upset.

It was somewhat funny to watch, but he was just glad that it was over. Seb, while excited about evolution in whole, was ready for a bit more normalcy in his life. He'd made the first change, and he hoped to stay like this for a while. One day soon he hoped to grow to the next stage of his life, but for now? He was fine as he was. Besides, the fur was proving to be super warm. And with the seasons changing, he was pleased with the timing. The others were complaining about how it was getting chilly out, while he was pleasantly warm. He even got to hold that over Mar's head, though she stopped complaining the instant he mentioned that once.

And with the daily training that the human was doing with him, he was getting used to his new posture and legs. While the legs themselves hadn't changed too much, they were holding his body as a severely different angle than before. It had taken a lot of practice to get used to re-balancing himself, and he was still clumsy. But he kept putting on a brave face in front of the others, and was confident he had them convinced he was in charge of his new form now. The woman knew better, but that was a secret between the two of them. Besides, no one would understand if she tried to tell them anyway. He took solace in the knowledge that she was incapable of spilling his secret embarrassment.

In addition, his body was a bit stronger than before. He felt like it, anyway. He was a little more dense, and his tackles seemed to be doing just a bit more than before. Part of it could be a credit to his personal training to get stronger, but he had a feeling the evolution had a part of it as well. No matter what it was, he felt renewed and better, if a bit more bulky. His head had certainly swollen a bit, literally, but he was fine with it. The only part he hadn't gotten used to was the fur brushing against the bottom of his head. It was itchy, and caused him to shake occasionally - which would send the black, red, and yellow flakes flinging out around him. And when they hit the others, their reactions were priceless. He could certainly get used to having the flakes to throw around for a while.

But overall, the pokemon was just glad that the changes were over. So much shifting of his exoskeleton was mind-boggling, and it did take a bit of a toll on his body while it was happening. He was looking forward to not feeling tired and achy anymore, which also meant he'd be able to keep up with the others and play again. And with all his fur, he could get up early in the mornings again for Eli to decorate him. After all, preparing for the day was important. He was putting it off due to his awkward issues, but he needed to follow in his human's example. And that meant preparing for the day with the berries to decorate and make him look even more gorgeous than before. With his new fur, he was ready to grab the adoration of the world around him. Adoration led to pets, after all.

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