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PostSubject: An Otter in Distress   Fri Apr 07, 2017 5:32 am

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It was a simple day outside of Rainfront Town... Wingull were flying above the ocean, while many fish were swimming underwater. Among the fish, however, was an Oshawott. His name was Tempo, and he usually spent his spare time exploring the ocean, even though he couldn't stay under forever. Like other water types, it was go to place when he just needed to feel free from the responsibilities of the world.

The Coral Forests was basically a location originally thought to only be imagined in dreams, too! It amazed him by just how many colorful pieces of coral were surrounding him... He's glad to be a water type, thus allowing him to dive to this place...

After swimming around the beautiful coral forest for a bit longer, he felt his chest tingle a bit, and his lungs begging for air. He has been under for a while, so another breath wouldn't hurt. He attempted to swim out of the forest, but he realized that he was lost, with no easy way to escape... ~No... Please... Don't let me be trapped in here...~ The otter thought to himself, panicking... He was rather weak, so breaking through the coral wasn't an option... All he could do was wait for some other Pokémon to notice his predicament... or for the water to take his life... "Someone... Please, help me..." He cried out, in a desperate tone...


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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:25 am

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Such a beautiful day just had to be spent in an equally beautiful place, and for someone of a semi-aquatic species, that left a lot of options.  A particular vaporeon of a pinkish coloration basked in the sunlight near the surface of the water, enjoying the bright rays...  Or at least, she would have, if not for the dark clouds coating the sky.  But even if the world didn't want her to have fun, she could still pretend it was sunny out!  What the world wanted was irrelevant to someone who lived on the edge of reality, and this vaporeon certainly fit such a description at times.  So, regardless of the gloomy weather, she swam through the ocean above the coral structures without a care in the world.

Sy'rin didn't care all that much whether she was on land or in the water, though there were certain... perks to the latter that she did enjoy having the luxury of.  For instance, she could turn invisible, which was always cool.  In fact, she was doing this as she swam in order to ensure she could continue looking down at the forest of coral without being interrupted.  Sure, she liked having company, but not when they attacked her for no reason, and that kind of thing wasn't exactly unheard of in such places as the Coral Forest.  Unless she could validate someone as friendly or at least only semi-hostile, she preferred to simply avoid confrontation.  Well, mostly.  Sometimes fighting was kind of fun, and other times she... didn't have much choice.  But neither of those applied here!

As she relaxed near the surface of the water, her ears suddenly picked up a noise.  Being able to hear perfectly fine both on land and in the water really was a great ability to have.  Due to the relative silence of the area, even quiet sounds were easy to hear if one only had the ears for it, so when Sy'rin heard a voice, she immediately recognized it as a cry for help and rushed to check it out.  In situations like this, she enjoyed the privilege of having a tail built to help propel her through the water... at least, when she was actually in the water.  While on land, it was a little awkward.  She swam as swiftly as she could down toward the coral below until she could clearly see the source of the noise: an oshawott...  It didn't seem like anything was attacking him and he seemed healthy and unharmed, so she was a bit confused as to what was wrong.

Then she remembered not all water-types were necessarily 100% water-compatible.  "Oooh, he's drowning," she proudly declared to herself as if she'd just solved a mystery of the universe, forgetting for a moment that someone drowning was a bad thing.  Of course, when she realized that helping was probably a good idea, she started up toward the dying little otter with the intent of leading him to the surface, even carrying him if necessary.  Buuut then she had another idea...  She stopped and grinned before turning back and swimming up to the surface yet again.  She wasn't too far down yet, so she could make the little detour in time.  Maaaaaaaybe the oshawott would pass out of he couldn't hold his breath for long enough, but she was pretty sure he wouldn't die.  Okay, somewhat sure.  Moderately confident.  Maybe.

As Sy'rin breached the surface, her body's structure returned to normal and her liquid camouflage faded.  She took in as deep a breath of air as she could hold in her mouth, which may have seemed odd since she didn't really need it, but she had plans for the it, at least assuming she could get down to the oshawott fast enough.  Without wasting a moment, she dove back under the water and swam downward as fast as she could go, pushing herself as if she were racing for her life.  In reality, the situation felt more like a game than a life-and-death situation to her, and she just wanted to see if she could get from point A to point B fast enough.  Sure, saving the innocent, drowning, adorable little thing seemed nice, but she was more concerned about "winning" at the moment.

The pink form of the vaporeon easily maneuvered through the forest of aquatic structures with the help of her fins and tail.  She'd grown used to the water despite having been born in a purely terrestrial form; swimming was just easy to her now that she was built for it.  In fact, it was about as easy as walking... but the same was clearly not true for the poor drowning oshawott.  As she neared, she slowed down and gave a wave of her paw in an attempt to show herself as friendly, acting as if the situation was anything but dire.  She then closed what little distance was left and reached her front paws out in an attempt to grab the oshawott's head so she could lock lips with him and stop him from moving.

Of course, she was trying to give him a fresh breath of oxygen and save him, but she was also trying to have a bit of fun.  Surely, he would understand.  Even it turned out he wasn't okay with it, well... he didn't really have much say in the matter since the alternative was drowning.

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:49 am

It's been a while since he called for some Pokémon to help him, and it was clear he could barely hold on... ~Mmmph... Why did I even bother calling for help...~ He thought to himself. He knew from the moment of that he realized he was trapped, he was going to drown in the maze... What a sad end for a water type...

He looked up towards the surface, wishing he could be up there, once more... But while doing so, he noticed some strange movement in the ocean... ~Must be a trick from the lack of air...~ He said, dismissing the thought. A cloud of bubbles left his mouth, and he forced his paws over it to prevent more from leaking out.

The strange movement started heading towards his locations. "Wait... Is it..." He said, gaining hope, but he immediately lost it when it started surfacing. "N... No..." He said to himself. He only had a few minutes of air left... After a while, Tempo noticed the mysterious movement materialized into a Vaporeon as it surfaced, and he saw it dive under again, but it was... holding its breath? Could it... not breathe underwater, or... Then he noticed it was heading to the enterance of the forests. Or was it the enterance? Agh, he was too lost to tell...

Soon after he saw the Vaporeon, he coughs up even more air, and could only watch them float to the surface of the ocean... While it was a beautiful sight, he couldn't hold his breath any longer... ~This is it, then...~ He thought to himself, ready to take in water and end his life... He was already starting to pass out, anyway... He saw the Vaporeon swiftly swim through the forests, heading towards the poor Oshawott's location. It waved its paw in front of him, casually, as if not really noticing the dire situation at hand... "N... Not... the time..." He barely squeaked out... Any attempts to speak would've surely ended with a lungful of water, but he needed to tell the Vaporeon the situation was serious! Though, something told him... it was taking it seriously...

Suddenly, out of nowhere, the Vaporeon grabbed a hold of Tempo and brought him close to its mouth, preparing to kiss him. ~Wh... What is it...~ He could barely finish his thought before they locked lips, and the Vaporeon slowly exhaled its breath into Tempo's lungs. It was a strange and embarassing feeling, for sure, but at least he had air to live off of, at least for a while. Still, a little warning would've been nice... Once they seperated, Tempo had a few... choice words for the Vaporeon. "Dude! What the heck!? You could've at least warned me!" He said, thankfully not losing air from speaking. "Still... I'm glad you saved me... Thanks, Vaporeon..."
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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Sat Apr 22, 2017 5:49 am

Not wanting to push her luck, Sy'rin decided not to stay locked with the stranger for longer than she had to.  She enjoyed it while it lasted, but when it was time to let go, she released him.  After all, it was just for fun and she didn't really mean anything by it; she just enjoyed messing around with others whenever she was afforded the opportunity.  Of course, she had still kissed him to give him air, but had she wanted to save him and nothing more, she could have just carried him to the surface.  But what fun would that have been?  She propelled herself back a bit with her tail fin to give the oshawott some space and allow him to recover from being saved so passionately.  He seemed a bit surprised, which prompted a cheery smile from the vaporeon.  She felt pride in her skill for making someone uncomfortable and saving their life simultaneously.

The vaporeon couldn't help but giggle at the poor, flustered little critter.  Now that she had the opportunity to get a good look at him, he was adorable, in kind of a... wanna-take-it-home-and-keep-it way.  Sy'rin had a tendency to objectify others and forget that they were alive and not just plush toys, but it didn't seem like an issue, so she had never made any attempt to "fix" it.  No one had complained yet, so she didn't really even know she was doing anything wrong.  Even if someone were to complain, well... she had a tendency to have trouble understanding some parts of being "normal."

Sy'rin swam in circles around her new friend as she thought of what to say next.  She was partly swimming just to occupy herself, but she was also trying to get a good look at his whole body, just to get a good idea of all the details of what an oshawott looked like.  "Oh please, "Vaporeon" is my mother.  That's far too formal for how close we are now," she joked, referencing the kiss as if it were serious.  After a moment, however, she felt the need to clarify that it was a joke.  "Nah, my mom's a meowstic... and not called Vaporeon.  At least... I don't think..."  She never really understood why, but it always felt odd for her to say that.  It was odd in a way she didn't quite understand, but she just shrugged it off.  After all, that was indeed her mother...  As far as her mind could tell her, this much was true.  The meowstic had perhaps been a strict mother at times, but she meant well!

"Anyway, I'm Sy'rin!  You seem lost and happen to be adorable, so I'll help you out before you start dying again," the vaporeon casually spoke as she spun her pinkish body around and began swimming in the direction she'd come from.  However, she kept her speed slow just in case the oshawott couldn't keep up.  She didn't want to accidentally leave him behind, after all, and she figured she could probably swim faster than him due to having a body built better for it.  She wouldn't actually have just left the stranger had he not been something "cute," but she liked to joke.  And she also admittedly liked being around cute things more than non-cute things.

The masses of coral were beautiful, of course, but the two sadly had to hurry, or at least Sy'rin assumed they did since she had no idea how long her new friend would be able to hold his breath for.  She wanted to stay and enjoy the forest, but she also didn't want to make the oshawott drown again.  Maybe she could come back down and enjoy the sights more after escorting him to the surface.  Why had he even been drowning, anyway?  Sy'rin found it difficult to understand how a water-type could be so bad at navigating aquatic terrain as to end up drowning.  Maybe he was just a poor swimmer, or... an airhead?

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:59 am

It... made him a bit uncomfortable when the Vaporeon started to stare him down, as if she was studying him for some kind of experiment or something... "Uh... You OK?" He asked. And then she said that calling her Vaporeon was too 'formal' for how close they were now. "Wait... WHAT!? Don't joke like that, OK?" He said, not amused...

The Vaporeon called herself Sy'rin, and said she will help Tempo get out of the forest before he drowns, again. "Tempo... Nice to meet you, miss..." He said, as he swam towards the Vaporeon. She seemed to be swimming more slowly than usual. I mean, yes, she's more built for the water, but it's not like Tempo wasn't, either... except for the fact he doesn't have gills, yes, but still... "Hey, you can at least pick up the pace... Oh, and for the record... It's 12 minutes... I figured you might want to know that..."
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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:01 pm

Sy'rin completely ignored the oshawott's attempts to show his discomfort with the situation. She knew she was making him uncomfortable, but she had a tendency to forget that the emotional security of others mattered. It wasn't ill intent or anything of the sort; she was simply having fun and it hadn't occurred to her that doing so at the expense of someone else's comfort was bad. In fact, she merely found the oshawott even more adorable for his behavior. Still, just because she wasn't acknowledging his words and didn't intend to change her behavior as requested, she was listening. She was paying very close attention to her new buddy, though this was partly because she didn't have much else to pay attention to. The only other particularly noteworthy thing was the sight of the coral forest around them, but she was much more interested in the living thing that could actively entertain her.

The vaporeon took note of two things in specific, the first of which being the oshawott's name: Tempo. Not the most cutesy thing in the world, but it wasn't an ugly name either, so she could deal with calling him that. The second thing she noted was his request for her to move faster, as she was only moving so slowly specifically for him. If he wanted her to move quickly, maybe this meant he could swim fast after all? If this turned out to be the case, Sy'rin couldn't help but wonder how he'd managed to nearly drown himself in the first place, but she decided not to think too hard about it. She still didn't want to go too fast, just in case he couldn't keep up, but maybe she could have a little fun.

The pink vaporeon kept her casual speed as she weaved through the maze of coral structures, neglecting to respond to Tempo's request at first. Then, as she neared a relatively clear area where it was pretty much a straight shot up to the surface, she stopped entirely and spun around to face the oshawott. "Well, you said you wanted me to go faster," she spoke with a cheery grin, implying she was heeding the request despite the fact that she had completely stopped swimming. Then, without warning, she propelled herself upward with the help of her tail. Her speed picked up greatly now that she was actually trying, though she still made an effort not to go too fast. For now, she just wanted to see if her little friend could keep up.

If it turned out Tempo was able to keep up with her, she was considering having some fun with him. She doubted something like an oshawott would be able to follow her speed in the water, though. After all, she had a body built for swimming! But still, she wanted to get a good idea of how fast her furry little friend could go. At least then she would know how hard she could push him, which would hopefully let her avoid any more drowning situations. Assuming she could get him to stick around with her, Sy'rin had some ideas for things to do. She certainly hoped he would, as the area was proving a bit boring alone. Then again, she always preferred having someone around to entertain her.

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Fri Apr 28, 2017 12:21 am

Tempo continued swimming with Sy'rin to the exit, but she seemed to be going at the same pace as before... Maybe she didn't think he could keep up or something... OK, maybe he couldn't... He didn't really know how fast the Vaporeon could go, but he can swim a heck of a lot faster than what they were swimming at right now, that's for sure...

They managed to reach what appeared to be the exit of the coral forests, and, upon seeing it, he realized... he wasn't that far from the enterance, after all... He feels a little embarassed to nearly drown even though the exit was right next to him... They reached the open water, and Sy'rin spoke up, saying that she knew Tempo wanted her to go faster. "Then why didn't you-" She suddenly dashed towards the surface with no warning! She was quick... but Tempo could catch up to her! He's had practice in the water for years, now! "You're not escaping from me that easily!"

Eventually, he breaches the surface and catches his breath! The swim was a bit exhausting, sure, but he could handle another dive or two... or three... maybe 10... Ah, who was he kidding? He'll never tire of swimming! He feels like he has infinite endurance in the water, of course!
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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Wed May 03, 2017 7:17 am

While she didn't need to surface for air, Sy'rin breached along with the oshawott, mostly so they could continue speaking unimpeded. She allowed herself to float on her back with her belly up toward the clouds, relaxing and giving her new friend time to collect his thoughts and breath. She was in no hurry to move along, after all... and she wasn't even sure if Tempo would want to stick with her. She didn't see any reason why not, though. She certainly hoped he would be interested, though. After all, someone willing to die for the sake of sightseeing surely knew how to have fun.

"I wasn't trying to "escape," silly," she decided to respond to the oshawott since she didn't really have anything else to do at the moment. "I just wanted to see if you could keep up. Wouldn't wanna lose my new friend on accident, right?" she continued, making it apparent that she viewed the stranger as a friend. Perhaps she was a bit too lenient about "friendship," but it didn't really take much to get on her good side. As long as someone didn't act like an obnoxious snob or a complete jerk, there weren't many requirements to be her friend. Well, she also preferred for her friends to be fun-loving and energetic like herself, but they usually were.

Sy'rin restrained herself from immediately pestering the oshawott to dive back down with her, figuring he probably needed time to recover. She often had trouble thinking of the well-being of others, but she didn't want to risk having her source of entertainment become incapacitated. Perhaps this meant she was really thinking of herself, but regardless, the result was still care for the safety of her air-breathing companion. She was surprised he'd managed to nearly drown himself, though, as he seemed to be a relatively good swimmer. How could someone perfectly capable of swimming up to the surface manage to mess up so badly as to drown? The vaporeon just assumed he was very bad at navigating, but even then, it was... odd.

A water-type roaming through an aquatic environment who didn't know how to navigate it? Or maybe he did know how and just didn't care for some reason. But he certainly didn't seem to be in any rush to die, so why would he not tread with just the slightest bit of care? Then again, Sy'rin herself had a tendency not to consider consequences as well, so it wasn't like she could judge him. If anything, this just meant they were similar and would hopefully get along well!

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Thu May 04, 2017 3:07 am

Tempo saw Sy'rin resurface next to him, while he was recovering from his... near drowning experience... Maybe he shouldn't tell her that this was far from his only close call... "So, you were racing me to the surface, huh? Well, I never backed down from a challenge like that before!" He said, bragging a bit. Something about her makes him want to trust her, though. Something tells him she wants to be friends with him, and that they would get along well... No, not like that!

He looked at Sy'rin, who was relaxing on her back, but she seemed to be pondering something, as well... Maybe it was why Tempo was in such a situation in the first place... To be fair, it was a good question. The exit was nearby, and there wasn't much to get lost in, at second glance... Maybe he was too relaxed in the water to care. This usually happens during his myriad of dives. "Hey, Sy..." He said, thinking of 'Sy' as a kind of nickname. "I'm pretty sure you're thinking the same thing I'm thinking... I'm ready for another dive in the forests, if you want!" He says cheerfully.
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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Tue May 09, 2017 6:47 am

While Sy'rin wanted to go back under the water and see what kind of fun could be had, she was in no hurry, as enjoying the fresh air up on the surface was nice too. She was perfectly fine waiting for her companion to be ready... at least, as long as that didn't take too long. Sure enough, though, the oshawott didn't seem to need much time at all to catch his breath before he was ready to et going again, and apparently, the two really were alike. Or at least, they were alike in all the ways that mattered to Sy'rin... so far. She found "Sy" to be an odd nickname, one that she wasn't used to hearing since most just called her by her full name, but she liked it. It didn't exactly sound bad, and beyond that, it showed that Tempo was comfortable around her! Sadly, there was no equivalent nickname she could give back to him, or at least, not a good one.

"I was hoping you'd say that. Lead the way," the vaporeon acknowledged with a nod as she rolled over onto her belly in preparation to dive back down under the water. She wanted her new friend to lead the way primarily so she didn't have to worry about going too fast for him to keep up. As long as she wasn't the one leading, she wouldn't accidentally lose him or not notice him drowning again or something. Hopefully. Her attention span could be rather short at times, so it was possible that she could still manage to lose track of him even in the best of circumstances, but she was confident she could avoid that if she just tried to pay a little more attention than usual.

While she intended to allow the overconfident little swimmer to lead the way, she still preemptively dove under the water, assuming he would follow. She stayed near the surface, but she could still see the spectacle of varied coral structures sprouting out of the seafloor. It was certainly very forest-like, at least to a greater extent than any other underwater areas she'd been to, so she could see where the name had come from. There were small caverns carved into rock formations here and there as well, which seemed like good places to explore. Sy'rin didn't care all too much where they went, though, as the entire place was neat in one way or another.

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Tue May 09, 2017 3:40 pm

Even if she was accustomed to the water, Sy'rin didn't seem to mind waiting on the surface... Tempo didn't really know why, though. She also seemed perplexed by the nickname 'Sy...' Well, it didn't really matter, now... She volunteered Tempo to lead the way, but dove in before he did, anyway... "Guess you're too excited to wait for me, huh? Alright, then! I love that kind of excitement!" He grabs a deep breath and doves under.

He overtook Sy'rin after a few seconds and made it to the overgrown forest. He wondered what the two would find out here... and whether or not he will even make it out without any water in his lungs... He looks for something to at least use as a reference for the exit in case he needed to bail, but he didn't... Ah well, at least he had a diving partner. He swims inside and searches for anything interesting...

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Thu May 11, 2017 5:34 pm

It didn't take long at all for the oshawott to get down under the water and pick a direction, which was a good sign.  It showed Sy'rin that she wasn't the only one eager to find something to do!  She followed along happily, not caring much where they went as long as it was somewhere.  After all, it was hard to go wrong in a place like this, what with all the intricate scenery all around.  No matter what specific area of the forests they decided to explore, they would surely not be disappointed with whatever they found.  Well, some things would be disappointing to find, like some random territorial jerk, but so far the area seemed pretty quiet and serene, so there didn't seem to be much cause for concern.

"By the way," she spoke as she followed the oshawott, feeling that she should warn him of something, "If you drown again, I can't give you the breath of life.  I had to go up to the surface and get air for that.  I'm breathing water now, so I'd just drown you faster."  She wanted her new friend to know that if he got in trouble again, he would actually be in trouble this time.  Sure, she could still drag him back to the surface herself, but that would take a while if they were going to be going into the depths of the forest... which she hoped they would.  After all, sticking near the surface seemed pointless since they had already both seen plenty of that.

The vaporeon kept close behind her new friend as they dove deeper.  She was unsure if going too deep was a good idea since it would inevitably get a bit dark, which, unlike drowning, would be a problem for both of them.  Then again, she never was one to favor particularly safe decisions over fun ones, so if Tempo wanted to go into the dark depths of the coral forest, she was up for it too.  They'd probably be fine either way; they seemed to have similar lifestyles and it hadn't gotten either of them killed yet, so why would this day be any different?  Well... maybe their lives weren't quite the same, as Sy'rin had certain... hobbies she assumed this new friend of hers probably didn't share, but that wasn't important.  The part that mattered was that they both liked exploring, having fun and being reckless.

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Thu May 11, 2017 8:46 pm

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As they swim down to the forests again, he gets stopped by Sy, again. She seemed happy to swim, though, so he didn't know why she would stop their swim... Theb she tells Tempo she can't give another so-called "breath of life." She breathes water while swimming instead of air, which explained why she was holding her breath last time. If she tried now, it would only lead to a chocking Oshawott... "Alright... A bit worrying, though... but we can bail if I start to drown..." Tempo replied. He needed some kind of signal... Maybe she'll understand once the time comes, though.

They swam into a section of the forest. Like before, he was mesmerized by it... The beautiful colors, the shining light, the Pokémon that are swimming by him... A Seadra accidentally got a little too close to Tempo, surprising him a bit. "Hey! Be careful, next time!" He said, though he noticed some shiny objects on the sea floor... He swims down a bit more and looks at them. One was a Reviver Seed. He remembers the shops having one in stock while he was in Rainfront Town, but the other object seem... strange to him... *Maybe Sy will know what this is...* He thought.

Speaking of Sy, she seemed to be looking into the depths of the forest. A part where no light was shining through... Tempo understands why she's there. She wants to explore it, and it piqued the Oshawott's curiosity, too! The problem was it's pitch black! How could they find out where they're swimming to? One wrong turn could end up being deadly... Maybe they could find a Chinchou? He doesn't know if they're locals to the area, though, and it seems kind of... unethical to grab some random Pokémon to use as a light source... "Sure! We can explore this place! But, do you have any idea what this is?" He shows Sy'rin the fossil-like object.
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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Mon May 15, 2017 6:17 am

Sy'rin wasn't best known for her own caution, so she couldn't judge when her new friend accidentally bumped into some random passerby. Besides, it seemed like the seadra's fault anyway, granted she was a bit biased toward the one who wasn't a total stranger to her. After all, she'd known Tempo for all of like... five minutes now! They were practically besties, so of course she would view her new friend with a bit of bias in any potential conflicts. Fortunately, the seadra didn't seem eager to stick around and chat, which... seemed a bit rude. She could understand maybe it didn't think it'd done anything wrong and thus didn't want to apologize, but still, it at least could have acknowledged someone talking to it! Some natives to wild lands acted like that, at least from what the vaporeon had seen, though she didn't fully understand why. Then again, some civilized folks were jerks too.

It seemed her thoughts were rather transparent to her company as he practically read her mind and responded without her even needing to say anything first. Tempo seemed eager to explore every inch of the forest, which meant they'd probably end up going to the depths after all! Sy'rin was thrilled at this revelation, and she would have shown it on her face if not for the fact that she was already about as happy and bubbly as she could get just from having a new friend. However, it seemed the immediate goal was something a bit different from exploration of a probably-dangerous section of the forests; Tempo had found some... thing and wanted to know what it was. Which was fine, though the vaporeon was unsure of how much help she'd be.

She came closer and inspected the item for a moment, remaining silent as she tried to decide what it was. Then, in a spark of genius, she came to a conclusion. "It's a rock!" she stated in mock-awe, trying to make a light of how underwhelming it was to have been tasked with identifying a simple stone. But... at a second glance, it didn't look like any kind of rock she'd ever seen. In fact, it almost looked like... "Oh, oh, wait, no! It's uh... it's..." she tried to think of the word for the thing, which she had heard about before. The rock had patterns on it like something had been sealed or fused within it. It was a natural thing that had a name, but she couldn't remember what it was called.

"It's a bone-rock-thing!" she concluded triumphantly, having decided on a substitute name due to being unable to remember what it was actually called. Sometimes old stuff would get turned into rocks after dying or something; she didn't really know the details, but she had at least heard about it before. She'd never really seen one, but she assumed herself to be right nonetheless. She did that a lot.

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PostSubject: Re: An Otter in Distress   Mon May 15, 2017 11:51 pm

"...just a rock? Oh... Well, that's dissapo-" Tempo said in response to her first answer, but then she stopped him from finishing because she realized it wasn't just a rock... After a while, she finally called it a 'bone-rock thing...' "Oh, a fossil? I do remember people talking about these things... Maybe I can see what I can do with it later... For now, let's head in!" Tempo takes point and swims to the depths.

He wanted to wait a bit to adjust to the darkness, but he realized it would take too long for it to happen, so he decided to swim blind, not bothering to stick close to Sy'rin, even if it would increase his chances of survival... He ran into some pieces of coral, surprising him. "Wagh!" He screamed...

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