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 Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?

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PostSubject: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 18, 2015 4:59 pm

A breeze rustled the leaves of the dark trees lightly, causing the little splots of gold upon the dark forest floor to quake and shiver, slowly dimming with the setting of the sun. Out in this dark world under the canopy of the trees, was a small espurr by the name of Triona. She didn't seem to be scared in the least...let alone even to have a care or worry in the world. She just strolled along...the patches of light warming her a bit as she passed under them while they faded. She just arrived here after passing grassveil town....having not spend time to try and stay a night in the town as she didn't want to be there very long.

Now as night was setting...she found herself calming more and more while she listened to the utter silence of the forest. This was...nice. No loud noises, no annoying or infuriating pokemon, just the peaceful forest in the ending light of day. She could get used to this...then again, perhaps she couldn't. She had no idea really of how long she wanted to stick around...it just depended on what happened she guessed.

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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 18, 2015 5:42 pm

"What do you mean we're lost, you said you knew the way to Furnance Peak!" a certain voice snarled in the darkness. A certain houndour was snarling at a strange sword within its sheath, glaring at the floating figure in the darkness.

"Look, I said I knew the general direction it was in, I had no idea this place was here and I was only going off of instructions some villager gave me," the sword spook calmly despite the rage of the fire type. Sephtis's eye stared at the enraged hound, showing no emotion due to being an animate object. He had met this hound in grassveil, he was wandering about snarling to himself like a madman. Sephtis was growing desperate to get a move on before some cop found him, but he was still too weak to move. He managed to convince the houndour that he knew the way to the place he was looking for, but now the hound seemed to be realizing he had been deceived.

Zera huffed, a puff of smoke erupting from his nostrils as he glared at the sword, "Idiot! Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! You're going to get me out of this arceus-forsaken forest right NOW!" he snarled. It only made him more angry that he could not read the honedge's body language. Irritating. The grouch huffed and sat down, waiting while the hondege thought for a moment.

Sephtis sighed mentally, and looked around, trying to find some kind of way out of this mess. He had chosen the wrong pokemon to try to decieve, and now it was probably going to end badly if he didn't comply to this pokemon's orders. It was vastly stronger than him, and he even had a type disadvantage against it. The sword floated up, levitating while the purple scarf that hung off of his hilt wrapped around the sheath. He spotted an Espurr, SCORE! Something to dump the brute on! He pointed to the espurr, "over there, that thing might know!"

The two neared the espurr, Sephtis calmly speaking, "Excuse me, miss, me and my friend-"

"You're taking too long!" the hound huffed, "Show me the way out!" he demanded of the espurr before the sword suddenly hovered over his head and allowed itself to drop onto him in the form of a strike on the head.

"Be a bit kinder when you want something from someone you moron," Sephtis huffed, a bit irritated by the houndour himself now. He knew of an Espurr's rumored immense power within their ears, so he had gotten a bit more confidence against the houndour should it decide to turn against him. The sword turned back to the espurr as the houndour whimpered and rubbed his head, "We're lost, would you happen to know the way out?

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Sephtis: 9

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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 18, 2015 5:58 pm

Triona had heard these two coming a long time before they actually showed up...and boy were they LOUD. Frankly she was hoping that these two would just...pass her up and not notice her. Of course..when she seen them approaching...she knew she had no such luck. Oh well..it was better to just wait and listen to see what they wanted than to try and run and have them possibly chase after her.

She found herself taken aback though when the houndour snapped at HER to get them out of the forest now...well wasn't he just a charmer? It was sort of...humorous to see the sword hit the loud and rude houndour over his head to chide him about not yelling at others. At least the sword had some sort of manners. Either way..her face was expresionless the entire time these two bickered, so when she was finally asked if she knew a way out....she nodded, then pointed in a few directions before looking to them...as though wanting to know which way they wanted to go. She explored enough to know how to get in and out of places.

She felt they mentioned furnace...furnace something while they were still a distance away. She wanted to make sure of which way she was going to have to show these two to go...and hopefully they would go alone. She really didn't want to be stuck with them. But as night crept closer and closer...she felt that likely, these two would want her as a guide for the night forest. She still had hope otherwise though.
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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 18, 2015 8:24 pm

Zera and Sephtis watched the espurr point in several directions before returning to stare at them.

"Not much of a talker huh?" Sephtis spoke, "Well, thank you for pointing the direction, but-"

"How the f*ck do you think we're going to find our way out with just a general direction!? After all that worked out SOOO well last time!" Zera interrupted Sephtis, earning another knock on the head. He yelped, "OW! What the-" the ribbon of the honedge suddenly wrapped around his mouth, the honedge obviously getting sick of the hound.

'Stupid idiot is going to ruin it,' Sephtis thought before speaking aloud, "What he means, is could you perhaps show us?"

The hound struggled to free his jaws of the maroon ribbon of the Honedge. Sephtis thought nothing of it, completely ignoring the hound aside from keeping the ribbon on the hound.

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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:06 pm

She frowns...apparently they both were rather dumb and didn't understand that she pointed to multiple directions for multiple exits. Either way...the frown quickly returned to her blank face as she glances towards the way towards the...Furnace Peak? Perhaps that was the way they wanted.

Or at least...it was the way she was going to take them, whether it was their destination or not.

So she started walking, no signs for them to follow at all...if they had any smarts to them at all, they both would follow her. She really didn't want to be around them anyways....particularly the houndour and his loud mouth. Honestly she could hardly stand him at all..if not for the Honedge, she might have just left by now.
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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:29 pm

The honedge watched the espurr begin to walk.

"Oi! Where're you going!?" The houndour snarled only to receive a nudge from the honedge.

"It's leading us you idiot," the honedge sighed, "Keep quiet and just follow."

Zera huffed, deciding to obey the honedge, for now at least. The canine grumbled to himself, swearing and hating every moment spent in this forest. The houndour stared at the ground as he walked, keeping the espurr in the tip of his vision so that he could follow without running into something like some idiot.

Sephtis rolled his eye, before floating along while following the espurr. The sword cleared his throat, "So, I'd like to thank you for assisting us, what is your name? I am Set, and this is Zera," he introduced themselves, giving Zera's true name and a pseudonym for his own. He was a rather well known outlaw, infamous one would say. The mere mention of his true name might turn the espurr to hinder rather than help, so it was best to keep it on the down low.

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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Sun Apr 26, 2015 3:23 pm

Frankly, Triona had no idea of the names of any outlaws and was not bothered to learn them. After all...she based what she did on what she felt from other pokemon, and not what others said. The houndour seemed dumb and hot headed. The honedge...it made her feel ok yet...something, just SOMETHING was off about him. She just couldn't tell what it was though.

When asked about her name..she continued to walk for a bit. Should she tell these two her name? Then again...not like they would ever see and remember her again. If anything another espurr may get mistaken for her. So after this short bit of walking...her soft, airy voice came through just above a whisper "Triona..." Such a quiet one wasn't she? Sad she had no idea she was with a pokemon who could turn on her easily and not be bothered by it.
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PostSubject: Re: Silence with Ignorance...a good combination in the dark?   Thu Apr 30, 2015 3:05 am

((Note: Sephtis is supposed to be a master liar and actor[considering he has no face to give away expressions], sensing that he's bad/oulaw is technically against rules as metagaming as there is nothing to give away his position and espurr are incapable of sensing emotions as it's not in their pokedex entry))

The houndour remained silent, except for the sound of his own grumbling. He glared at the ground as if it had insulted him as he walked along, not caring the slightest of where he was now so long as he was leaving. He wanted to hit something, he just wanted to sink his fangs into something and take out his frustrations on it. Show whoever the victim was who's boss! However, these two would not be good, the honedge seemed to be good with the espurr, and the espurr seemed to know the way, so it was best to just sit down and shut up he guessed.

Sephtis floated along, barely hearing the espurr speak her own name. He did manage to hear it though, and spoke, "Triona? Lovely name, has a nice ring to it," he spoke with a touch of flattery in case the espurr decided to up and leave because of his incompetent friend that was the houndour. The honedge spoke once more, "Do you live here? You seem to know the way around here quite well if you can easily pin point the exit in a dungeon. These things are ever changing you know? Never the exact same every time you go in."

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