Avery scratched his head in confusion, although if anyone saw him they would simply think that the Croagunk eased an itch because of his neutral expression. How in the name of Arceus, Mew and every other Legendary that slipped his mind did he get here? The 'here' was the branch of a tree, and Avery had little to no recollection on how he got in the tree. The only things he knew was that the sun was up, the town was lively and he had slight case of amnesia. Fan-freaking-tastic. Oh well, he could see some positive sides to his current situation. At least he still had his trusty pipe... oh and he wasn't injured that too. At the thought of his pipe, Avery decided to leisurely blow in the wooden structure, creating lazily floating bubbles. He then propped his back against the trunk and relaxed his body. He might as well be comfortable while the thought on his next course of action.
'Maybe I could ask someone for information... No, whomever I'd ask would simply think I'm crazy. After all, how can someone not know how they got in Grassveil Town. Even better, how could someone have been laying in a tree without any idea how he got there? Perhaps I could walk through town and hope someone recalls me and fill me in, or that I would remember someone. Yes, that sounds like a better plan.' The Croagunk nodded to himself at his plan. While it had little chance of success, he had too little information to think of something else. Choosing to find out what happened to him as soon as possible, Avery jumps off of the branch and landed on the ground in a forward roll in order to absorb the impact his legs may have felt when he had contact with the ground. Straightening himself, Avery took a look to the left, one to the right and then one to the branch where he jumped from. Shrugging, Avery picked a random direction to walk in.
Not even five minutes in his walk and Avery wanted to curse at himself. He knew the town was lively from the sounds he picked up while he sat in the tree, but not this packed! He couldn't even blow his bubbles because he could easily poke someone's eyes out with the pipe. As he walked, more like shoved, through the crowd, he never noticed the green, snake like creature he was going to bump into, unless it did notice him and evaded him.