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PostSubject: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sat May 13, 2017 1:39 am

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Arriving back at the foot of Pricklemist was easy. Getting out of the forest while bringing an igglybuff back from practical non-civil Ferals was not. Yooka was staring at the location the abandoned house was at on the hill... Hopefully the box didn't get opened. That lock looked rather complex. However, I wasn't able to look at it well enough, but... "meh..."

Another problem occured. They probably moved. It's only been half a month but non-civil peeps tend to not stay in one place... but again the abandoned house was practically their home and they were territorial but tolerant. She growled to herself. They are not going to be happy seeing me again. Being under pressure will make this easier than she thinks. Perhaps they wont recognize her now that she's a Purple Kecleon due to some intensity she's went through during that time.

She placed her bag on the ground to check its contents to make sure she's prepaired. Instead of putting it back on she decided to rest for a bit. the journey was rushed. She got back in a half the time without the igglybuff. No real rest till now. She didn't fall asleep but she laid down to think of what to do when she encounters them again or finds the box without attracting them.
"Not like they'll be a problem to handle... Alone this time, with no one to actually hinder me."

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:13 pm

He had confessed to Yooka what he did to Clovis while she stared at him in thoughtful or maybe shocked before seizing his wrist. Yigo knew what was coming: his punishment. He wanted to be brave about it, he had been preparing for it but Yigo was not like that. Upon contact, he tried to struggle, looking back at Yooka squeaks coming out of him due to sheer fear of what she might do to him. Did she agree with Clovis? Of course, they were friends after all and she had asked probably to know more about the Piplup. She had finally let him go, releasing his wrist after her tail grabbed the bag while he was distracted. With the bag in her possession, she had no reasons that forced her to cooperate with him. The explorer could abandon him if she wanted. Her eyes were set on him, Yigo trying to avoid them until she started walking off. Was she going to leave him there after all?

Before getting away, the explorer started talking about how he didn´t know how she felt, about how both the Piplup and the Sandshrew did what they thought it was right and about how he should have given the bag back when she asked for it. What she didn´t know was why Yigo wanted to have the bag: so that she couldn´t leave him. However, this all changed when she ordered him to come with her since going to the guild was, in her opinion, a really bad idea. Yigo´s ears twitched when he heard about it, his snout raising at Yooka while his tail wagged slowly. After Yooka finished checking the contents of her bag, she took out something: a small rectangular item that she held in her hands and offered to the Sandshrew. Was that the reward? Yooka confirmed his suspicions. On his fours, Yigo advanced towards the item, looking at Yooka after each careful step to make sure that she was really giving him the reward. Looking at it closer, it didn´t look like something valuable as it only had on the surface strange patterns that didn´t form a picture. She said that it was valuable, that it would help him in the guild so he had to trust on her word.

"Y-You are... you are giving me..." Yigo decided to stop there as not to show her his insecurities. The Sandshrew picked the card using his mouth as not to hinder his legs in the way back yet he still had a question. He stood on his two feet and held the card between his paws while he asked the following "Where are we going now?... I have to go to the guild... you have to go to the guild. E-Either way... Yooka... I´ll follow you"

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:53 pm

Yooka poked one of the upper edged parts of the line patterns that circle her eyes. Her headache wasn't going away, was it because of something she ate before coming here or was it the mass amounts of events that occured between her arrival and meeting Yigo to now? The pathway forward was pretty bland. If she were to go offcourse she'd probably get lost if it wasn't for the hill. It was just a hill covered and surrounded by a forest. If the Sandshrew actually decided to follow he shouldn't be that far behind. Actually, why did she start walking off before checking to see if he was following?

Turning around Yooka noticed the surrounding mist was getting a bit thicker, but not enough to say thick just yet. Just enough to hinder about a quarter mile away like as if it was morning again. Yooka could of sworn it was just about midday. Looking up she couldn't even see above the trees. Perhaps it was getting thicker. "Yigo. The mist. Stay close." Actually just behind Yigo the mist was even thicker than infront of her. She refaced forward only to notice it was indeed closer. Yooka practically whined. "Seriously? This mist is practically fog now. mmrrr, If only one of us had an ability to defog the place..." Well, at least if she kept going straight they'll reach the exit. It only made sense in a forest environment.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sat Sep 23, 2017 3:32 pm

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The explorer didn´t answer his question. The purple lady looked like she still hadn´t recovered from what had happened, deciding to simply leave the area. Yigo sat down, expecting something to come out of her mouth. However, that was not the case. Yooka had given Yigo something valuable, she had been true to her word yet she had only promised that much. She had never offered Yigo her guidance or shelter, just a "Come with me and listen to what I say". What else could the Sandshrew do?

Once he was certain that she was going to leave him behind if he didn´t move, Yigo rushed to her position. They´ve left the residence and its inhabitants behind. Yigo wondered one last time how their life would be away from Grassveil, out of the guild´s reach and in a dangerous environment. Hopefully, with Yooka´s help, he wouldn´t have to be in that situation... again.

They wandered downhill and into the forest. The morning sun shone upon the droplets, remainders of the previous weather, hanging and falling from the trees and grass one last time before the clouds settled in and began surrounding the two. It was but a subtle watery mantle but it soon began to make it hard to look past it. Yigo moved closer to Yooka as the fog started to grow thick. His nose wasn´t able to catch anything and the wind howling made it hard to hear anything other than their steps on the mud and dirt. With the fog settled in, Yigo was practically unaware of anything that might come nearby, his senses nullified by the circumstances. The Sandshrew started missing the warm halls of the Furfrou´s dwelling, feeling weaker after each step. He just had to follow Yooka, he just had to stay close to her but, how much longer could he keep up with her for?

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:11 pm

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Just what Yooka needed, a five foot field of vision. If that wasn't bad enough she could barely hear anything or smell anything, not like she would smell for anything anyways. This fog was a natural blindfold for the eyes, nose, and ears. Annoying. She even thought Yigo didn't follow her after it closed in on them as she couldn't see or hear the Sandshrew until she barely heard his foot hit a tiny puddle. She had turned around in that moment to recheck if it was him, It was. She couldn't see what he looked like though outside of light brown and dark brown bloches, but it was obvious it was him as he stopped when he got close. But now she lost her direction towards the closest exit.

She attempted to follow the path she had followed but it wasn't until they hit a wall did she question where they were... aloud. "uhh, What..?" She pressed her hand on it, trying to feel it, it was familiar but she couldn't quite pinpoint what exactly. She started following it while motioning Yigo. They hit a sharp corner and Yooka knew exactly what it was at that exact moment and sat down with her back against the wall. She growled to herself a bit loudly in frustration. "Looks like we're going to have to wait for this fog to lift before continuing our leave.

What the wall ended up being was the building from earlier. How they got looped back was unimportant to Yooka. However, this really annoyed her as she did not want to be here.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sat Sep 30, 2017 3:41 pm

The fog made it hard for Yigo to follow Yooka, all his senses blocked by the environment or his own condition. Actually, not all of his senses were useless. His sight still managed to be serviceable but the reach of it made it very unreliable. Yooka had to wait for him many times and guide him through the fog so he didn´t get lost on the way.
The mystery dungeon was not his only challenge, he was starting to get tired just by roaming around alongside Yooka. Even though he had some time to rest in the building they had previously found it was far from what he needed. If it was for Yigo he´d spend a whole day sleeping but he didn´t have that chance, didn´t he?

At some point, Yooka stopped in front of a strange wall that appeared right in front of them, blocking their advance. The explorer began to investigate but, as soon as he checked that there was nothing dangerous nearby, Yigo decided to lean on it and rest while purple lady continued her research. Apparently, she had a similar plan. She suggested that they should wait until the fog cleared as she sat down by the wall. Yigo took a quick look at her wondering if she´d allow him to get closer. After that thought crossed his mind, he decided not to put it into motion, just curling into himself to preserve as much heat as he could.

The time passed slowly, the two of them waiting for the fog to just banish. Yigo worried that it might start to rain again but, at least, he had Yooka now in case that happened. He wanted to leave but she was right, it wasn´t a good idea to wander off while the fog was around. His eyes, struggling to maintain themselves open turned to Yooka for entertainment. He wasn´t expecting her to just pet him or play with him, at least not after what happened before. His lower lip trembled with what he was about to say, something that might keep them occupied while they waited.

"A-Alki... she... she´ll be happy when we... when you tell her that we got the box" Yigo managed to let out. Yigo had heard Yooka talk about Alki before so he imagined that he would manage to understand them both better "D-Don´t... don´t you think?"

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:36 pm

The cold didn't bother Yooka since the moisture numbed the feeling awhile ago. She couldn't really tell what the wall was made of even after feelong it till it was obvious at the bend. It looked strikingly like it's surroundings and she would've passed right by if she wasn't so transfixed on it's existance. Following Yigo's action, she nearly forgot she couldn't quite cloak as she attempted to before failing to fall asleep knowing she'd be completely visible. It was a good thing she didn't for he apparently did not take this time to rest. He asked a question of curiosity regarding the box and Alki.

She had to think for a second. It's been a month and Alki may not remember this mission similarly to herself. Yooka can't quite remember what happened after losing Alki in a rush. Whatever happened after that had to of been big for Alki was still the same despite the mission ending in a practical failure. Tuere was a huge gap between losing Alki and waking at the Guild. If anything, Alki would just be happy for him and not really mind if she attempted it before. Or she'd probably apologize for failing upon being reminded. Either way, 'happy' seems to be the only thing being consistant along side 'being timid about it'. However, Yooka hasn't seen Alki for nearly a month aswell so she could've changed after this long and she doesn't know how long ago Yigo had seen her.

"Eh..~? If anything, she'll have questions. Probably even be confused... but most likely happy for 'you', I don't really know. I haven't seen her for a month and it's been a month and a half since we did this mission." Yooka scooted over to Yigo but didn't do much else. She was probably freezing. She'd suck the heat out of Yigo the instant she touched him. It's not like a little cold would hurt. Just a few hours of it wouldn't be all that bad. She'll just need a rather longer than normal rest after this day is over. Speaking of lasting the night, the little light that they had was actually dimming even more. "Yigo... you better get some rest, I can't quite sleep under these conditions." Cold, in pain from a headache, and even noticing an injury that won't heal completely. It's mostly the said pain from the headache keeping her awake. She found it oddly satisfying that she noticed the injury that didn't heal completely. Her back ridges were bent at the wrong angle. Something not noticeable without knowledge of a Kecleons physiology as they were still symmetrical. She'll fix those later. How it happened was probably way before she arrived here.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:24 pm

Ah, Alki. Every time he ushered her name Yigo could not help it. He had to smile, blush or feel ashamed for what he did. Yooka´s answer was what Yigo expected from her. He still didn´t know how to approach the issue or ask her about the box theft that he had just heard about. Moreover, why would she only be happy for him? If they worked together he imagined that they´d share a bond. By what he saw about her teammates, she had a pretty good relationship with her coworkers, especially with her team leader, Darcy. "I´m s-sure... she would be happy for you too..." Yigo responded, feeling a bit more cheerful after imagining the face of his cheerful friend after telling her about the mission. She would be happy, of course. That would probably make it up for what happened in the Pecha Forest.

The light that was getting past the foggy woods was getting dimmer, almost like if dawn was getting close. Grim memories of his treck to the hill were coming back. He was still wet from the previous rains and the serpent, something that made him really uncomfortable. Even though his eyelids were starting to feel heavy and his legs felt like they couldn´t continue, the few droplets that managed to get past the tree shroud acted as a reminder of what might come. Yooka suggested that he should rest but the explorer herself was feeling uneasy as well. That was not the place nor the time to do so "I´m really tired, lady... but... I can´t rest here" Oddly enough, Yigo started to feel close enough toward the explorer not to stutter. One of his paws started circling the dirt in front of him, observing how the loose soil below the shared the same dark moisty tone as the one from his burrow back at the base of the hill. "I don´t feel safe if I´m not warmed by the soft dirt of the grassy fields or in the sand´s embrace. This place has too much water for my eyes to close... and I fear that more might come" With all that fog Yigo could not guess where it was going to start raining. He used to rely on his instincts, on the smell of the clouds gathering to warn him about the incoming weather but, right now, he was blind. Picking up the card with his mouth, he got on his fours, trembling and trying to stretch. He was feeling weak but he couldn´t do much else. He had to get ready for what might come. "Uh... Y-Yooka... I want to leave.." he mumbled, the card still in his mouth, making it difficult for anyone to understand what he might be saying.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:22 pm

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The moisture added with the cold wasn't getting to her but the stiffness of her body was. She was tired but the feeling of the air felt great despite the cold making it horrible. The sensation of feeling slow was a little tortuous and the headache flared up more with Yigo's complaining. She mentally pointed at Yigo. Born to the wild had dealt with many things that I don't know, probably nothing in comparison to what I've been through, not including today... Yet, still has standards. Ha-lar-ious... She then pointed to herself. Born to society had it easy till an unfortunate family issue and left to the wild. Had to survive without protective instincts for what felt like years, probably was, and rejoined society because the wild was too much to deal with. I shouldn't judge but can't say fine to that.

Yooka was staring intensely forward. Her focus was so intense that when she stopped thinking, she jolted back to reality and looked down to Yigo. She grunted/sighed. "Right. Sand in water. Feels 'great' doesn't it... pff, to you, it's a no. To me, it's perfect. Get over it. It'll make you more versatile. mrrr, I don't actually know sandshrews it could be poisonous to be in mud for all I know. Funny though. You've been in mud, yet you seem fine. Wet and miserable, but fine. From what I see, the worst it does is get rid of whatever was 'dry'. You can always get dry quickly anywhere. That's nothing when you consider my kind is suppose to be living in much, much warmer environments. This cold is literally killing me and it nearly forces me into a few selected locations across the world sometimes, depending on the year. However, I've been dealing with it ever sense I left my Father for personal reasons. I only just got back to a warmer place not that long ago and even then it's obviously temporary."

Yooka looked the other way, this was getting to be a bit much. The headache practically forced that out of her. It felt great saying it but it also felt pretty bad. She sighed, "Don't take it personal. I know you want to leave but dungeons are worse at night." Yooka continued to sit there after saying all that, she couldn't quite concentrate with the increasing headache and feeling of drowsiness. She looked up into the obscured sky and thought popped in that may help Yigo. She took of her bag and scarf. "Curl up but hang on." She held the two ends of the scarf in both hands and slung it over Yigo. She started cleaning off whatever wet area she could see, her hands coming into contact with his skin every now and then. When she finished she whiped the scarf away from Yigo and laid it out taking as much space in a square as possible before dumping her bag's contents on it. The bag was just big enough for the lower half of Yigo plus some, as weird as it was it was the only thing she thought of. She even spaced on using the scarf on the ground itself. "Get some rest. You really will need it. I have a substitute that I cannot share." She picked up a max elixir from the pile of stuff. "Potent stuff. Energy for hours... or minutes, depends on what one does after using it."

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:25 am

Splatting on the mud with his feet and shaking some water drops out of his skin the Sandshrew began to ready himself. Yigo felt really uncomfortable in that place, his head and bones aching as the cold winds invited him to just curl in and rest. Still, there was some moisture that he couldn´t get rid off. The source, his nose. Now standing on his two back feet, he turned to Yooka, practically the only shape that he could still distinguish from the fog and with his sense weakened. His head was getting even dizzier and his eyes demanded some sleep. The Sandshrew wavered for a couple of seconds each time he had to blink, fighting to open his eyes again. The only thing that helped was the explorer, talking to him and making sure that he stood awake.

However, her words were not exactly kind. With a deep tone, she was pointing out that he had to adapt to survive. Truth be told, Yigo could get wet, he just didn´t like it and it definitely was not going to kill him. He couldn´t just give up because the conditions were not fit for him. Wasn´t that what his mother taught him as well? Even if it was hard, he had to endure it. That way, he´d become stronger, more resilient and more useful "A-Alright..." He responded, a bit ashamed, yet inspired by Yooka´s words.

With slow and clumsy steps, he tried to get closer to Yooka but, each time he had to close his eyes, he fell asleep for a second while still standing. His slow march became a stumble, refusing to give up on leaving the dungeon until Yooka decided to step in. She had told him that it was not a good idea to leave during night time. It was after that when, upon opening his eyes again, Yigo saw a scarf around him. A bit confused, he looked at her, mouth slightly open as to say something but not finding any words for it. Then, Yooka proceded to rub the piece of clothing around his skin, around his paws and head. It was a pleasant experience for Yigo, not only was he getting free of all that mud and water that he was carrying, not to speak the Seviper´s salivae, but the act of cleaning itself relaxed him. His need to move soon wore down as he moved with Yooka´s hands. Sometimes, he´d feel something cold on his skin, short-lived but noticeable nonetheless. It was freezing, the sensation was like the one of being burned, making him twitch while still enveloped by the scarf. Were those... Yooka´s hands? She wasn´t lying when she said that the cold was killing her. Why would she want to wait then? She was an explorer, so she must know why she was doing it.

It didn´t last long yet it had given Yigo another perspective on the explorer. The purple lady had used the piece of clothing to cover the moist dirt. She had then emptied her bag on it, leaving it Yooka-shaped container near him. The Sandshrew couldn´t do anything else than following the lady´s orders, she was the professional after all. The Sandshrew had laid down on the empty bag. surrounding it with his arms as if he was hugging it while his head made it to a piece of the scarf. It was not how he´d go about taking a rest but, being as tired as he was, he couldn´t complain about what they had.

"T-Thank you, l-lady..." The Sandshrewed expressed his gratitude towards her. His eyes were finally closed, knowing that Yooka was not going to leave him there "W-Water... I... just don´t... I can´t be wet... it feels..." Yigo sneezed at that moment, opening his eyes as he looked towards the direction in which he had sneezed at. Hopefully, it hadn´t hit any of Yooka´s items "Y-You... like my mother..." He was feeling terribly sleepy at that point. Yooka treated him as his mother did. He could remember how each time Keira forced him to wash in an oasis she helped him get dry again with her scarf. Those were some happy memories. He was tempted to ask about Yooka´s family, her father, but he could only ask in his dreams now.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sun Oct 29, 2017 1:11 pm

Yooka leaned on the wall when Yigo finished mumbling and when it became obvious that he was asleep. Her back tensed up and she raised her arms over her head. She heard a couple cracks from her back and elbows during the stretch. None of it hurt but it was unfortunate to hear. Alot happened and she hadn't exactly trained for this type of bodily endurance. She was physically weaker than normal in Kecleon terms but she was fortunate that she's able to do things for much longer. She was always surprising herself at what she could do. It was as if Kecleon's were made to adapt to anything.

Yooka didn't hear what Yigo said but she thought she heard the words "water", "can't be wet", and "my mother". His mumbling was messy and his sneeze came unexpectedly. He'll be out for awhile.

Yooka yawned as she tried to listen out for anything. She also opened and practically inhaled the elixir. The effects didn't come immediately or were even noticed when they did. She looked back at her stuff on the scarf wondering if they should be out in the open. She was about to wrap it up using the scarf but she noticed the Sandshrew was using it. She sighed when she couldn't do anything about it. Matter aswell check around this place.

Due to the heavy mist it wasn't all that easy to see. She only went around the bend of the wall and just as she guessed, it was indeed the building from earlier. The door was locked and closed, and the windows were still blocked. She couldn't hear anything inside but there wasn't a way to enter and even if she did manage to find a way, the group wouldn't give any hospitality.

She continued further around only to hear slithering. Yooka tensed as it the source was from above. The only thing that came to mind in that instant was the Seviper. She immediately wispered out to it, "You still around Seviper? I have a question." It was mostly just an instictive thing to say, she didn't know what to ask. It was only an attempt at keeping it busy if it really was around. Which it was.

The noise it made was practically a groan of disappointment. Yooka looked up just to notice the Seviper already slid next to her, or more accurately, around. "What, but before you ask, why are you still here? The Zangoose isn't here to help you out this time but I've already had an alternative." Yooka didn't want to think of what it ment by alternative. Her question however came quickly. "Mmmrr, I'm actually not sure. If anything the mist here messed with my sense of direction. The question I'm asking actually has something to do with the mist. How long does it last? I actually haven't been in Pricklemist during the night outside to tell. If I did then I have amnesia." The Seviper choked a laugh. "You don't remember? Seriously? Hah! Well I don't blame you our Furfrou did a number on you. You have that little pink ball to thank for most of it though. Wouldn't stop crying till we removed you both away from here."

None of that made sense. Did she actually have amnesia? The Furfrou did a what to her? Her headache wasn't helping the situation but at least it was so dulled out it only slowed her thought than being a pain. "The mist will clear in a few hours. I'll obviously be nearby. So, yeah." The Seviper slid back onto the roof of the building. Very reassuring, very helpful. Yooka got more questions than answers out of that.

Unsatisfied but satisfied enough, Yooka returned to Yigo. She could still hear the Seviper above her, it was apparently watching her. How though? Purely by sound? She hear it give a second short laugh. Yooka whispered to herself, "Seriously?" She felt wide awake due to the elixir but she needed to rest herself. [color=#996699]Time to hide but in a different way than she was used to. The dye specialist she went to awhile ago failed to warn her of it's effects on her pigmented skin, so she had to adapt to a different way of hiding. The reason she had the elixir was so she'd have enough energy to do what she's about to do. She didn't have to move Yigo as he was close enough to the wall so that the move's size could be relatively small theoretically making it easier to hold.

Curling up on the most dried piece of ground there was she spread her shadow across  everything around her. That included her, her stuff, and Yigo. It didn't completely enshroud them in darkness. It only darkened their coloring so it was even harder to be spotted. Sleep didn't come easy, actually unconsciousness came and went in tiny Frames of time. Better to be a light sleeper and to be doing practical cat naps than to be completely knocked out. She still had to watch Yigo after all. Yet it was better for him to be in a deep sleep, the more it's  undisturbed the better he'll feel when he wakes.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:11 pm

[OOC: I´ve used a rolled Pidgey and an Oran berry from your rolls. The Oran berry has not been consumed and can be picked up]


The wild winds made the sky tiring to traverse for the roaming Pidegy. The forest atop the hill was a perfect place to rest and perhaps find something to eat before it had to resume its flight. The bird Pokemon landed on one of the high branches of a sturdy tree. With its keen eyes, it scouted the area now that the fog had dissipated, looking for one of the berries that usually appear inside mystery dungeons or an unlucky Wurmple that had chosen a bad time to explore. After a short examination, the Pidgey had spotted something worth its time. A nearby berry bush had a mature Oran berry still hanging from its leaves. The avian had been extremely lucky to have found such a reward as the extra energy that the berry offered would be enough for it to resume its flight immediately.

The Pidgey descended, hopping from branch to branch until it had no choice than to glide to the bush. The last flap of its wings allowed a smooth landing but, unbeknownst to the Pidgey, it had woken up something nearby.

Yigo´s ears had caught the bird´s motion, getting him on high alert. The Sandshrew uncurled and tried to get on his fours with haste to prevent being caught off-guard. His arms were rigid while his moves were harmful. A single groan got out of the Sandshrew yet it was enough to alert the Pidgey. The bird had missed the Sandshrew completely. That was not a normal Sandshrew, its skin was dark as the night sky as opposed to their usual tone that allowed them to conceal themselves in the midst of sandstorms. That nightmarish sigh made the Pidgey retreat, leaving the precious Oran berry where it was and resuming its journey to a warmer land without looking back at that forest.

Yigo gazed upon the environment as soon as the Pidgey left. Pidgey does not usually miss out any detail, nor they were reckless. Yigo had known them from Scorchfall Desert and he knew how hard was to catch them off guard. Shaking those thoughts off, he had noticed that the mist had disappeared, allowing the morning´s sunbeams to rain upon the forest so an Oran berry could get revealed to the shrew´s eyes. The ground was relatively dry by then, something that Yigo was thankful of. His nose was still clogged up but his headache had banished. It wasn´t such a bad sleep.

The Oran berry in front of him could prove useful. You can never have enough of those. Yigo took a step to the front, just to have him facing a strange effect: some of his leg had a lighter tone. He observed the phenomenon with curiosity. It looked like there was an invisible border that made his skin lighter. He played with it for a moment, moving past the boundary that made his hide change lighting. It was strange, there was no sunbeam that could lit his skin but it was rather something that drained the light nearby. His skin was not getting lighter, as that was his usual colour, something was making it dark where he had fallen asleep. Amazed by that, he kept on crossing the border with a grin on his face, trying to figure out the whole area of the darkening zone.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:26 pm

2 things. 1 important that doesnt need to be worried about, 1 being unimportant and just as unworrisome.:
 


The sound of wings could be heard nearby, to far from the two to be taking anything from the pile. Good. Suddenly, her bag moved and the wings took off. How could her bag move? Yooka took a peek to see Yigo waking up. Right... How did she forget him. Heh, at least her headache was g-- nope, there it goes. It popped into existance the instant she saw him playing with her shadow... A few things came to mind and one was, 'How did he find that amusing?'

Yooka was leaning on the wall of the building, watching over the Sandshrew. She was of a slightly lighter green than normal, probably from lack of sleep. If she was lacking sleep... she wasn't feeling it, or showing it... or even knew of it. She was just watching Yigo messing around for a bit but she couldn't help but smirk when she made her shadow suddenly converge on Yigo and quickly covered his entire body. It was a harmless act but it made her laugh.

"awake?"

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:34 pm

The dark border started to behave a bit differently from what it used to be doing. Yigo thought that it was fixed but, once he got into the dark area once more and made his skin tone turn dusky, he wasn´t able to go back to his usual bright brown when leaving the border. Surprised and amused, his mouth slightly opened as he tried to shake away the shadiness of his arm´s skin. It wasn´t going away. Yigo then tried to move far from what he thought to be the darkening field to no avail. Checking his arms once more, he realised that it didn´t work. He quickly gave up on the idea of recovering his usual colour as that new shade wasn´t so bad after all. It definitely made him easier to hide in the forest and it´s not like he had to give up anything to maintain that colour.

It didn´t take long for Yooka to announce that she was there, looking after him. Yigo nodded at her comment, remembering their situation prior to the rest stop. There was a small change on the Kecleon, or so he remembered. Her skin turned into a somewhat bright green which made him wonder if that was related to his own skin tone change but, most importantly, she was laughing. He moved towards her on his fours, his tail gently wagging in anticipation of what he thought was their departure from that mystery dungeon. With a smirk on his face, he did not hesitate in remarking the strange situation they were in "Look! I´m black and you are green" his eyes were shining brightly and his right hand pointing at the explorer´s skin. His tail was slapping the ground at a slow pace but enough to indicate that he was excited. Now that they were both awake, it was time to move on.

Yigo approached the lady´s backpack, always forgetting that he shouldn´t do that, and grabbed it "Ready to go?" he asked, opening the bag wide so Yooka could get the pile of items inside. Yigo did not know how many pockets there were in that bag if any. He had just reached for the biggest opening he could find and got it close to the pile.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:32 pm

Her laughing stopped when the answer she got was not what she expected. "Phrasing." She paused as she knew he wouldn't get it. "Nevermind." Yooka noticed he seemed to enjoy the altered color, but it wasn't going to last. As soon as Yigo asked if she was ready when he grabbed her bag and opened it for her, Yooka returned the shadow to normal and thought about herself but decided to let it be. Now that she thought about it, the layer of permanent dye probably got melted off by the Seviper earlier. Yooka stiffened to that thought mid way through filling her bag. It was also strange how she didn't feel the headache as severely. It was still there and still spiking every now and then but not it wasn't a constant stream of pain.

When she finished she checked herself completely for the dye coloring and did notice a few spots of it. She sighed as she focused on changing back to it. She's going to have to remove the dye when she gets back to Grassveil. That will probably be fun... How would she explain this to the specialist? Yooka snorted a laugh and practically spoke aloud, "Your permanent dye didn't last... I demand a refund. Pff, like I'd get one. Better for it to be removed so I can cloak myself again. The dye was a curse." Yooka was completely spacing out. Her mind was wandering when she should be more concentrated on leaving the area.

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PostSubject: Re: Lost souls and Boxes.   Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:01 pm

Yooka was starting to say some strange nonsense. Dye? What was that? Did it break? Yigo couldn´t help but feel confused at what was happening. Maybe the forest was able to change the colours of the people that spent a night below the trees, it was hard to deduce. It didn´t take too long for both of them to pick up all of Yooka´s gear and even less for Yigo to get her card in his mouth, still carrying it proudly yet, wasn´t him forgetting something? The Oran Berry! It was probable that Yooka hadn´t seen it yet.

The Sandshrew dropped the bag where it was, now full and closed, and went back to where the Pidgey used to roam. There it was, hanging from a berry bush among some other berries not yet to forage. Making sure that no one else was around, he picked up the berry, using both of his hands to cut all ties with the bush it had grown at. Yigo noticed something odd during that task, his skin´s colour was back to normal. Did he get past the dark boundary again? He turned back to the explorer and examined her once for. Her too was back to her usual purple "This forest is changing our colour. I wonder if I´ll turn blue next" he said, jokingly "Here! I´ve found an Oran berry. You´ve fed me before so... it´s my turn now" he added, having to walk on his two feet back to where the supplies were, slipping into the bag his finding.

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