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PostSubject: The Definition of Overkill   Mon Apr 13, 2015 5:40 am

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Sunny, bright, peaceful, beautiful.... boring. Pecha Forest was the last place Sova wanted to be, but there were missions to be done here. Besides, here he didn't have to worry much about Varda's safety, let alone his safety. This was especially helpful since he had someone else whom he needed to worry about today. A certain vaporeon who had just joined his team, one he felt the need to walk through her first mission.

The vaporeon followed along, staying behind her leader. She didn't want to agitate him by trying to take the lead. Besides, she trusted that he knew what he was doing and where he was going. It was Pecha Forest after all, there didn't really seem to be much to fear here. She'd been here plenty and was still alive and well. Then again, she hadn't been in the guild, she'd never taken any missions, let alone three at once. Technically there were three guild members here, but still.... three missions seemed like a lot for a newbie like herself.

Sova sighed at the boring environment. "So, Skylar. I'm sure Varda'd like to get to know you. Come to think of it, I don't know all that much about you either. Sooo, why'd you wanna be an explorer?", he questioned as he looked back at the vaporeon and glanced over to the swablu, hoping to spark up some kind of conversation to keep him from getting too bored.
He hadn't really expected to be bringing Varda along for the missions, but he was sure glad it turned out the way it did. The little swablu was fun to have around and luckily, he was at the guild at the time they were picking out missions.

Skylar shrugged to the glaceon's question. "I don't actually care all that much for the exploring part. I want to help others, that's all. I'm more interested in the rescuing aspect than the exploring, honestly.", she explained.
The fighting involved with being in the guild didn't really interest her either, but it was fighting for a good cause. Technically, she would still be helping others. Besides, she didn't want to mention any complaints about fighting since one of their missions was an outlaw mission. "How about you two?", she questioned, not having much more to add to the conversation her self at the moment.

Sova listened patiently and decided to wait for his bird friend to respond first. He wasn't in any hurry to explain his reasoning for being in the guild. Actually.... he'd been doing a good job of kind of suppressing that recently. What was it again? No, no, he didn't want to think about it.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sat May 02, 2015 9:44 am

Of course, everyone was against hurting the scumbag even a little bit for some odd reason. Sova just stared with an unamused expression and blinked once as Varda made a suggestion of his own, in the hopes of avoiding just dragging the murkrow up the tree. The swablu wanted them to use their own belongings to make sure this.... thing was kept safe. It agitated the glaceon, having been put in a position in which he'd have to let one of his accessories TOUCH the vile thing he would rather have left to die in the first place. Still, he couldn't really keep pushing for his suggestion with a clearly better one available.

"I don't understand why you two want to help this thing so much, it really doesn't deserve it.", he muttered just loud enough to be audible.
Despite his complaints, he reached a paw into his bag and lifted out a gold-colored ribbon as he spoke, showing that he was at least cooperating. There was no rule about complaining the whole time, though, right? Especially since he was going to have to do all of the real work. He was the only one who COULD do it, unless one of the sets of prying eyes watching them wanted to offer some assistance, which was doubtful to say the least.

Skylar was in complete agreement with Varda's suggestion, figuring there weren't many options and she certainly didn't want to go with the first suggestion. She nodded to show her agreement, before opening her bag with a paw and peering in. Sova'd given her a few things to start her off, one being a golden colored ribbon, much like the one the glaceon himself had retrieved. Without this, she would have had nothing to contribute here. No idea, not even any supplies. Sova was being a jerk, but honestly, she had him to thank for even being able to be slightly useful in this situation.

The vaporeon took out her own ribbon, making sure it was in clear view. Sova was still complaining about the idea of kindness, but he also seemed to be cooperating, so she wasn't going to complain. "Think these'll be enough? They should be, right? Sova's not really....", she began, trailing off only momentarily, which was just long enough for the glaceon to butt in.

"Fat? No, I'm not fat.", Sova responded.

"That's not what I was gonna say. You're not very BIG.", Skylar retorted.
"B-but you're not fat either!", she almost immediately added on, not wanting it to be assumed that she was saying he WAS fat.
If she wanted to insult the glaceon, there were a lot of true things she could probably think to say, but fat was not one of them.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sat May 02, 2015 4:16 pm

"I think everyone has the right to not get eaten!" Varda chirped in response as Sova still didn't seem to understand why they were doing this, as in his eyes the other bird didn't deserve it. Unfortunately for the Glaceon, it seemed like the rest disagreed and democracy made the majority win. It wasn't like Sova was objecting so much that he refused to go along with it, digging out a golden ribbon from his bag to use. The bird's eyes lit up and he quickly waddled over to the ribbon to take it with his beak very carefully as to not break it, placing it down on the ground next to his quite pastel pink ribbon. Using his feet and beak, he held them in place and tied them into a neat knot, giving it a little pull to see if it would hold.

Skylar gave the Swablu another gold-colored ribbon, which he accepted happily and started to tie it to the rest after thanking the Vaporeon. They were starting to have a really nice rope they could use, perhaps not strong enough to hold a very heavy Pokémon, but the Murkrow wasn't that. Skylar wondered if it was enough and the bird Pokémon tilted his head, trying to judge its length and glancing at Sova too.
"I think it's good," Varda smiled, happy with their work and hopefully interrupting whatever strange conversation the two were having at the time.

"You should lie down on top of it, Sova! I can tie it over you then," the bird continued and pulled the ribbon-centipede so it would be nice and straight on the ground, perfect for Sova to get on top of. It would be easier to tie it down this way after all, the long snaking ribbon was quite difficult for him to manipulate otherwise.
"Is there something wrong with being fat?" He ended up asking with an innocent smile as he looked at the two with his head tilted to the side. Skylar and Sova were talking to a plump bird about as wide as he was tall...


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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Wed May 06, 2015 3:46 am

Everyone has the right to not get eaten? Sova, for one, disagreed with this. Sure, this murkrow wasn't exactly pure evil, just a common scumbag, so it didn't really deserve death, albeit not really deserving this kind of care either in the glaceon's eyes. Still, there were some who were truly evil and deserved death. He knew this because he'd met a truly evil soul once before. He'd ended up killing this vile individual despite not having to by any means, but in his eyes, they'd truly deserved it. Honestly, though, would anyone argue that someone who murdered his parents and tried to do the same to him for no reason deserved to live?

The glaceon didn't say anything about the view of the swablu, though, instead just complying with the suggestion to lie on the ribbon. He walked over to the outstretched length of makeshift rope and laid on it, careful not to let the murkrow fall off his back. "Alright, wrap away.", he said, then waited for the murkrow to be tied to him.
Upon hearing the question about fat, he was about to comment, saying that there was a statistical disadvantage to being in poor physical shape, but he was stopped by the vaporeon speaking up instead.

"There's nothing wrong with being fat. I don't think you're fat, though, you're just poofy.... if that's what you were wondering.", Skylar commented, seeing that the glaceon was about to reply and figuring it likely wasn't going to be anything too kind.
To fix that, she decided that she would just speak first and hope he wouldn't comment. To her relief, it worked.

She certainly didn't want the swablu's feelings to be hurt, since he seemed.... like he would probably be a sensitive type. Openly nice individuals were usually more sensitive, right? She herself wasn't all that sensitive despite being rather kind, she didn't really care much about someone insulting her and she didn't get upset very easily, but she wasn't sure about Varda.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Wed May 06, 2015 2:11 pm

Varda got right to work when Sova complied and lied down on the rope of ribbons, hopping closer and grabbing one end with his beak. Pulling it over the Glaceon, he then rushed over to the other side to bring it closer before he got to work. Flapping his wings, he jumped on top of Sova and gently let himself land on the Pokémon's back, tying the ribbon around both the Ice-type Pokémon and the darker bird with the help of his dextrous feet. The ribbon was pulled under the unconscious bird's wings so that as Sova climbed, those would stop the Pokémon from slipping. He made sure that it was snug enough that the Murkrow wouldn't fall off, but not too tight so it hurt. He also made sure that the knot would hold, doing his best to make it into a really good one!

"There we go! All finished! At least I think it's good," the Swablu chirped happily as he jumped off and took a few steps back to admire his work. Now they should just test it on the ground to see if it held before putting it to the real test, so that the ribbon wouldn't come undone in the middle of the climb... That would be really bad!

Turning to look at Skylar as she gave her opinion about fatness, the little bird ended looking down at himself. Poofy... Well, perhaps he was that! He did have a lot of feathers that he could fluff up and his wings were quite extra poofy in general. Perhaps some Pokémon were meant to be poofier than others. The thoughtful expression on his face turned into a more cheerful one as he came to the conclusion, looking back at the Vaporeon.
"I guess! It's good to be poofy in the cold," he smiled as he flapped his wings.

"I think we should see if the rope holds now!" Varda let out a chirp as he started to waddle towards the tree they had seen and considered a safe enough place for the unconscious Pokémon to rest at without getting eaten. He sure hoped it would be so... And that the ribbon wouldn't break apart in the middle of all it.
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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sun May 10, 2015 5:51 pm

Skylar watched as the swablu tied the rope. It seemed like it would hold, at least for a short time. Hopefully it wouldn't take too long to get the murkrow into the tree, so they wouldn't have to find out how long their makeshift rope could hold. Though, she still didn't understand how the glaceon planned to climb the tree, let alone how he could possibly do it quickly. She nodded with a smile as the swablu turned around and replied to her reassurance. It was nice to be able to help others, even if it was only with encouraging words.

Sova waited as the rope was tied around him to keep the murkrow strapped to him. This situation wasn't at all fun to him, but he wasn't going to protest. He'd already done enough of that and it hadn't worked at all, so it seemed like the best option was to just finish this as quickly as possible. He got up the second Varda finished tying the murkrow to him, barely waiting for the swablu to finish suggesting to test the strength of the rope before nonchalantly replying, "Yeah, yeah, I'm sure it'll be fine."
Without any further delay, he bolted towards the tree without even first testing to see if it was going to hold. What was the worst that could happen, the murkrow falling? This wasn't something he particularly cared about.

"W-wait, what if the ribbons slip apart!?", Skylar questioned as the glaceon bolted for the tree, though he didn't seem to care.
She sighed and just hoped that the rope would hold up, putting faith in Varda's work. By now, she'd learned that Sova wasn't one to listen to others very willingly, so wasting her breath trying to get him to be more careful likely wasn't going to work anyways.

Sova leaped onto the tree and began climbing up it by simply running up the trunk. To someone who couldn't tell what he was doing, it would likely seem confusing that he could do this. However, icy paw prints being left behind as he darted up the tree served as a hint. He was lightly freezing his paws to the tree to give him just enough traction to climb it, without actually getting him stuck to it. Just as he reached the area where the trunk split off into multiple branches and steadied himself on the tree, a creature that resembled a crescent moon with large, red eyes. It was turned to its side, the eye on that side of its body staring straight at him. For a moment, he just stared back and the two were silent, but then the glaceon began to feel very.... tired. He noticed the eye of the lunatone glowing and realized that it was attempting to hypnotize him to sleep, immediately lunging forward and swatting it out of the air with one of his paws, before shaking his head in an attempt to get rid of the drowsiness.

"I.... ugh.... I think that's our outlaw....", he stated, clearly a bit disoriented from the attack as he tried to get resist the urge to fall off the tree.
He wasn't worried hurting himself so much as hurting the murkrow. The murkrow's safety didn't matter to him, but not upsetting his friends did. He tugged at the band of ribbons tied around him, hoping to get the murkrow off quickly and hurry down to help with the lunatone, but his disoriented state was proving to be a slight problem as he lost his balance and fell against one of the branches of the tree.

Skylar watched as the glaceon managed to climb the tree, almost as if he was defying the laws of gravity. However, she quickly realized what was actually happening as she noticed the icy paw prints. Was this some latent ability to glaceons or was it something Sova in specific had thought up? She didn't have much time to think about this, though, as a lunatone appeared from within the foliage of the tree and stared the glaceon down. The two just stared at each other for a moment before Sova swatted the thing down to the ground, making it look fairly unintimidating.

The vaporeon waited for a moment, figuring Sova would want to handle this himself, but upon having it pointed out that it was one of their mission objectives and realizing Sova had seemingly been attacked in some way by the lunatone, she decided to attempt to apprehend it herself. She ran for it, but stopped a few feet away as the moon rock thing lifted itself off the ground, seemingly by floating. It stared at her with one of its eyes and at first, she was just confused. Then, she realized she was probably in trouble as she found herself unable to look away or move, drowsiness slowly coming over her.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sun May 10, 2015 6:27 pm

Varda felt happy that Sova seemed to think his knot-tying skills were good enough that they wouldn't even have to test it before trying to climb! He wasn't sure if that kind of trust was a good thing, but it certainly made him good – and he wouldn't want to go against the Glaceon's trust here! He was just going to have to trust in his own abilities just as much as his friend, and with a nod, he hopped after Sova. The Glaceon was prepared for the mission, jumping on the side of the tree and somehow sticking to it despite all the odds. It was strange, as the fox-like Pokémon really didn't seem to have the kind of paws or claws for climbing, looking more like a land Pokémon... But maybe the bottoms of his paws were actually sticky? The bird would have to examine them later.

"You can do it!" The Swablu chirped his cheers, even flapping his wings so hard he had lifted himself off the ground. Half of it was excitement, but half of it was worry as well: in case something happened, he kind of wanted to be ready to try to slow the fall of either of the Pokémon... Though he honestly didn't have the lifting power to do much in that case. He still kept a close eye on the ribbon and the Murkrow, actually seeming to be more interested in that than what Sova was doing. It seemed like the ribbon was holding up and the unconscious bird wasn't slipping...

And that was how he managed to miss the appearance of yet another Pokémon at first, taken completely off-guard when the strange moon-shaped creature seemed to attack Sova in some kind of way that messed up with his movement ability. Varda cried out to Sova, and he remembered. They were here for a mission, one of which was an outlaw mission! His one track mind had seemingly managed to make that fact disappear while they enjoyed their relatively peaceful romp in the forest, but that was very stupid of him! Outlaws were dangerous Pokémon, ready to do all kinds of mean things, so they should have been more prepared for this!

It did take the Swablu a moment to get back into the situation at hand. The outlaw had been knocked to the ground, but it quickly floated back up and did something to Skylar as she got too close. He wasn't going to take that kind of treatment when it came to his friends, and with a puffed chest, the bird quickly dashed towards the rocky moon.
"Stop that!" He shouted as he dashed towards the side of the Pokémon, mostly towards the eye which seemed to be the problem here. And everyone knew Bird-type was super effective against the Eye-type, right? Right?
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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Wed May 13, 2015 12:09 am

As the Hypnosis took effect, Skylar struggled to stay standing.  As her eyelids grew heavy, a little blue and white puff ball darted in front of her and knocked the lunatone to the ground.  However, the damage had already been done.  "Thanks....", the vaporeon faintly muttered as she stumbled a bit, before collapsing to the ground, having been hypnotized into a deep sleep.  While she was incapacitated for the moment, at least she hadn't actually been injured.  This was something she would be thankful for.... later, when she was actually conscious once more.

Sova tugged at the rope of ribbons around him until one of them came loose and he was able to pull it apart at that segment.  He carefully got up and sat the murkrow down in the center of the strange treetop.  If the little thug fell off the tree now due to rolling around, at least it wasn't his fault.  He'd done all he needed to do.  With that out of the way, he turned his attention back to the lunatone just in time to see Varda knocking it to the ground and Skylar apparently passing out.  He leaped down from the tree, landing beside the moon rock pokemon with ease, showing the disorientation caused by the Hypnosis attempt had worn off.  As the Psychic-type outlaw attempted to once more levitate into the air, the glaceon put his paw down on it to pin it.  "Not so fast...."

He looked over to the unconscious vaporeon, then to the swablu.  "Good job, Varda.", he commented before turning his attention back to the outlaw.
"Now, how about you tell us where the Fire Stone is so we can hurry this up?", he requested of the lunatone, though it seemed to be ignoring him, so he put a bit of pressure on it with his paw to get it to talk.

"Ooooow!!", it shouted as it was pressed to the ground.

"Oooh, so you DO talk.  Gonna tell us where the stone is?", Sova once more requested.
Again, he received no response.  He then looked back up to the swablu.  "It doesn't look like he wants to tell us where the stone is.  We need it to complete the mission, so....  We're gonna need to get it out of him somehow.", he said, looking for approval to essentially torture the location of the stolen item out of the presumed outlaw.
Honestly, he wasn't unhappy with having to do this, if Varda agreed to it, though he didn't see any way around it anyways.  Clearly this lunatone wasn't interested in willingly giving up the location of the item without being forced to.  He just hoped Varda would agree.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Wed May 13, 2015 12:40 am

Who would have imagined that a little bird like Varda would have knocked an outlaw made of stone into the ground just like that. He actually felt quite happy about that, but this wasn't the end of the mission: they had to find the Fire Stone! Taking a quick look at the rock shaped like a moon, it seemed like it didn't have anything. No hands to hold an item with, no satchel or bag for safekeeping... That had to mean the stone they were looking for was elsewhere! While he pondered that, Sova luckily seemed to have come to his senses as the Ice-type Pokémon gracefully jumped down and even held the outlaw in place after it tried to rise back up into the air. This had to be the outlaw, right? The Pokémon was rather unique and Varda could say for sure that he had never seen a Pokémon like this in Pecha Forest before...

The bird landed next to Sova and folded his wings neatly, giving the Glaceon a small nod at the thanks as he tried to play it cool – but the huge smile on his face betrayed his thoughts. He didn't quite like how Sova was hurting the Lunatone – and did a piece of rock even feel in the first place? - but it did reveal that the Pokémon was capable of speaking. It wasn't a feral one, or just mute. As the outlaw was kept in place, the Swablu had enough time to waddle over to Skylar and gently poke her face with his fluffy wings as an attempt to wake her up.
"Wakey wakey," he chirped softly.

There was a problem, however. The outlaw clearly didn't have the item, so they had to somehow get the information out of the Pokémon – who clearly wasn't cooperating. Varda looked up, letting his eyes alternate between Sova and the Lunatone as he let out a pondering hmm.
"We do need that Fire Stone and I can't see it anywhere... Why would you even need a stone like that? You don't look... Firey," the bird cooed as he looked at the outlaw, taking a few steps closer,
"Where could it be... Ah! What if it's hidden in the eye! That's red like the stone, right?"



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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Thu May 14, 2015 12:13 am

Skylar merely groaned slightly in response to being poked. It wasn't a sign of her waking up, despite what one may have been lead to believe. She was in for a nice, long nap due to the hypnosis. unless of course someone decided to try a more forceful method or waking her up. Something Sova would likely end up doing, because he was just the right kind of rude to be willing to do that.

Sova rolled his eyes at the swablu's naive comments on the Fire Stone perhaps being hidden in the lunatone's eye. However, upon seeing that this notion actually seemed to scare the living rock, he got an idea. Maybe he could use Varda's likely well-intended comments to scare the lunatone into giving up the stone's position, rather than actually torturing it out of the the outlaw. Perhaps it was a bit manipulative of him, but.... Varda would forgive him. Right?

"You know.... actually, that's not a bad idea. Maybe I should check his eye. I wonder if it comes out....", he said as he leaned in close to the lunatone's eye, giving it a good long look with a smirk.
At first, it seemed the moon rock wasn't interested in replying, seemingly a bit too gripped by fear to do anything. Sova's view on this was to simply scare it even more until the fear malfunctioned.... or something. Maybe not the most well-thought-out plan in the world, but over-thinking was a pain.

Still pinning the lunatone to the ground with one paw, he slowly moved the other closer to its eye. "This'll be over quick. I'm sure it won't hurt too much.", said in mock-assurance.

This was the breaking point for the lunatone. "W-wait, wait, the stone's in a bush near the tree you were in, I kept it nearby! Don't take my eye!!", it pleaded.

Sova placed his raised paw back on the ground and looked back over to the tree, spotting a few bushes around it. If the Fire Stone was in there, it seemed like it'd be easy enough to find.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Thu May 14, 2015 12:41 am

Varda smiled as Sova seemed to agree with his idea of the eye being a stone. The outlaw was made of some kind of stone as far as he could say, so perhaps the eyes were too? Maybe they were special, maybe there was a hollow space behind them where items could be stored? Maybe they were some kind of special items themselves, like an Eye Stone that made eye-like Pokémon evolve! The world was full of possibilities and the Swablu was clearly intrigued as he waddled closer to the pair on the ground. Too bad Skylar wasn't here to see it, it seemed like she was still drowsy and tired... Well, perhaps she would appreciate the nap more?

The bird Pokémon stopped nearby and watched what was happening. Sova was taking a reaaal close look at the red eye, and that just caused the little ball of blue fluff to tilt his head.
"Do you see anything? Does it look... Rocky? Or firey? Or however a Fire Stone is supposed to look like?" He continued in his usual innocent fashion, but then it seemed like the Glaceon was actually going to try removing the eye! That seemed like it was going a bit too far... Unless the eye indeed did look like it was meant to be removed. Varda tried to stand on his toes and take a look, but he couldn't see that at all...

Whatever it was, the Lunatone was having none of it. Calling out, it told them where it had hid the stone, and that was very nice of the outlaw! Varda got a big smile on his face as he looked at Sova, beaming with happiness. Perhaps the rock-like Pokémon's real treasure was the eye stone!
"I'll go take a look!" The Swablu chirped as he started to hop towards the tree where the Murkrow had been left – and speaking of which, he should probably fetch the ribbons back now that they no longer were needed. But first, the Fire Stone.

There were some bushes around the strange tree, and Varda didn't waste any time digging into them, disappearing under the leaves. It was a bit darker in there, but enough light got in for him to be able to see. He found some rocks under the first bush, but they didn't look at all special. They had to be just normal stones. But the next one he hopped into... There he saw a stone that truly was different from the rest! It looked more like some kind of precious gem, red like the flames of a Fire-type Pokémon...
"I found it!" A voice called from the bush.


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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Fri May 15, 2015 12:08 am

Sova completely tuned out the swablu's questions about what he was seeing, instead focusing his attention on being as intimidating as possible. As Varda ran off to check for the stone, he stayed behind to hold the lunatone in place, still staring at it with his smirk. "Better hope it's there, or else I'm gonna have to start.... excavating.", he commented as he waited.
He could feel the lunatone shivering under his paw, a bit surprised it was even capable of shivering. Clearly his intimidation was working and he figured at this point that it was almost certainly telling the truth. If it was really as scared as it seemed, he doubted it would be willing to continue lying, all for a stone it couldn't even use.

When Varda called back that he'd found the stone, Sova lifted his free paw into the air and shrugged. "Oh well, looks like you were telling the truth.", he said rather nonchalantly, seeming as if he was a bit disappointed in not getting to.... thoroughly check the lunatone for any hidden Fire Stones.
Honestly, though, he was just disappointed he didn't get to screw with it more. Why couldn't there be any REAL criminals who at least put up SOME kind of challenge? They were all easily dealt with and usually gave up fairly quickly. The glaceon never actually got to partake in any real interrogations or challenging battles.

"Good job, can you bring it back?", he called back, turning his head to look over to the bushes and see if Varda had it covered.
He had to admit, having Varda around was useful at times, even if the bird was rather pacifistic and as such, not overly useful in most combat situations. It wasn't like he needed help in the combat department, though. The little bird made up for things he was lacking in, like morality.... and, surprisingly enough, the swablu was rather wise at times, whether he meant to be or not.

As all of this was going on, Skylar was still passed out on the ground. The Hypnosis had hit her rather hard and she'd always liked relaxing in the first place, so it made waking up that much more difficult. Hypnosis was certainly a good way to get a nice rest, though. She certainly wasn't going to be going anywhere anytime soon on her own, that was for sure. Luckily, there was no need to move at the moment.

(Debts for his.... professionalism.)

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Fri May 15, 2015 12:57 am

Varda nodded when Sova asked if he could bring the stone back – but soon realized that as he was completely hidden by the bush, there was no way the Glaceon could see it! His view would be blocked! The bird felt silly for a while, letting out a little chirpy giggle to himself.
"Yes!" He chirped from the bush and used his wings to gently scoop off the Fire Stone, cradling it in his fluffy limbs. Of course now he had a slight issue getting out of the bush without dropping it as the branches were quite stiff for a Pokémon as small and light as him, no longer having his wings to push them aside while they were preoccupied. After some confusion and thinking, the Swablu decided that he could probably back away: that way he could try to push the branches aside with his behind and he would be able to shield the Fire Stone from any scratches!

The little bird scooted out of the bush backwards, turning around when he got out properly. With a big smile he looked at Sova and started to waddle in his direction as fast as his little legs could take him while he was also carrying something precious he did not wish to drop, his tail feathers bopping from side to side.
"Here it iiiis!" He cooed proudly as he presented the rock towards the Glaceon so his friend could take a look at it too! Of course there was always a possibility that Varda didn't even know a real Fire Stone from something that he thought was one, as he had never actually seen one with his own eyes... But it definitely seemed to fit the description he had been given! Surely Pokémon didn't put in enough effort to try to make replicas of these things, right...?

The Swablu's attention was quickly pulled elsewhere as his eyes wandered, stopping at the still-sleeping Skylar. With a little tilt of his head, he cooed in concern.
"Oh, she didn't wake up still," Varda chirped, but his usual smile was quickly back on his face once more,
"We should wake her up, too! She's about to miss her... Um, first outlaw mission, right? That would be bad! I think."



((Everyone would hire a bird like Varda for that kind of a job.))
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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sun May 17, 2015 12:25 am

Sova watched as Varda managed to make his way back. Sure enough, there was a Fire Stone in the swablu's wings. It seemed the lunatone really was telling the truth, after all. He looked over to Skylar at the mention of her still being sleeping, haven forgotten about her situation at the moment. "Oh, right. I can fix that.", he assured as he lifted his paw off of the lunatone.
However, before leaving, he spoke up once more, to the lunatone. "Try to run off and I'll break your....", he paused, trying to figure out what he could even break on something with the body shape of a lunatone.
"....I'll find something to break."

He turned to walk away, the lunatone staying plastered to the ground, clearly having been intimidated. As he approached Skylar, he sighed, a bit disappointed that she'd been incapacitated on her first mission. Nothing could be done now, though, aside from waking her up. He leaned in close and blew on the vaporeon's face, something that usually wouldn't be likely to wake someone from Hypnosis.... but he had something most didn't. A freezing core temperature. Even the slightest bit of breath from a glaceon was freezing.

Skylar wasn't dreaming at that current moment in time, but if she had been, it would have certainly been ruined. She woke up to a slight chill on her face and as her sensez returned to her, the slight chill turned more to a freezing wind. She leaped up and and shook her head, a bit confused as to what was going on. "W.... wha?", she muttered, looking around to see a rather warm-looking forest.
Where had the chill she'd felt come from? Then she noticed a glaceon and immediately realized it must have been him.

"Did you have to do that?", she questioned, still a bit fuzzy on why she had even been asleep.
Still, she surely could have been woken up by less unpleasant means.

Sova suppressed a slight giggle as the vaporeon suddenly jolted awake. "Probably not, but it worked. Now come on. We've got got the stone and the lunatone here, Varda figured you'd wanna be awake to complete your first mission.", he explained.

"O-oh! I.... Sorry!", Skylar replied, remembering that she'd suddenly gotten very tired upon making eye contact with the lunatone.
It must have used Hypnosis, she figured.

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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Sun May 17, 2015 1:04 am

"Oh, that's a good idea!" Varda chirped happily when Sova agreed to try to help waking up the Vaporeon instead. He had tried it before himself, but didn't have any luck. Of course he hadn't tried hard, but he did what seemed good at the time and it just didn't work. Perhaps Sova would have better luck. His little birdy eyes followed the Glaceon's steps until he reached Skylar, after which the Swablu turned to look at the outlaw again. The Lunatone was still on the ground and hadn't moved one bit – and that made Varda really happy! It was good that the Pokémon realized they had already gotten the stone and there was no need to fight. It was over.

The little bird kept looking at the Lunatone – well, perhaps staring without barely blinking was the better way of putting it, a wide smile on his face. He was very content with how things has turned out – and obviously he had been quite oblivious to any actual threats that had been made, not understanding the real reason the outlaw was cooperating so nicely. In his eyes, the Pokémon was just very nice and fair!

Varda was still holding onto the Fire Stone as he heard Skylar's voice mumble out, his attention turned to the Vaporeon now that she was waking up. He seemed even more cheerful now that the whole gang was back together – or well, awake. She apologized for falling asleep, but the bird Pokémon just let out a chirpy giggle as he shook his head. There was no reason to apologize. The mission was done, they had the stone and everything was just fine.
"Look, look, we got the Fire Stone!" He called out, wanting Skylar to take a look at the mission item as well that he was cradling in his wings.


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PostSubject: Re: The Definition of Overkill   Mon May 18, 2015 8:07 pm

Skylar looked over to the swablu as he mentioned the Fire Stone. It looked so pretty, just like the Water Stone she'd used herself at one point. She could see why someone would want to steal it just for how it looked, though it seemed like it was more likely for someone to steal it for its evolution-inducing properties. Still, lunatone couldn't use it to evolve, so maybe this lunatone just liked how Fire Stones looked? "Are all evolution stones this pretty?", she questioned.

"Yes, they all look like that. Well, most of them. Some look less.... shiny.", Sova replied, not seeming nearly as amused by the stone.
He'd already evolved and he wasn't interested in being a flareon anyways. Flareon had a body heat limit, while glaceon had no body chill limit, so in his eyes, he was the better choice of the two. The stone being shiny wasn't exactly a big point of interest to him either, though he was happy that they'd found it, even if he didn't appear to be any more happy than usual. He just hoped Skylar would get better as they did more missions.... and more importantly, he hoped that both the vaporeon and the swablu would stick with him, as he really didn't want to have any more allies disappoint him.

"Varda, since you found the stone, you can carry it if you want. In your bag would probably be easier, though.", the glaceon continued, seeing that Varda was still simply holding the stone.

"What can I do?", Skylar questioned, wanting to somehow contribute.

Sova thought for a moment before replying, "You can handle the outlaw if you want."

The vaporeon nodded, but paused. "Uh.... how?"

(We've gotta get 6 pages, so there's no need to rush too much. You can roll for it too, though.)

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