» Name: Riemme
» Sex: Female.
» Gender: Female.
» Species: #058, Growlithe, the Puppy Pokemon.
» Affiliation: None.
» Level: 5
» Energy: 19
» Ability: Flash Fire
-Morning Sun (Egg)
» Natural Feats:
-Using her superb sense of smell, she can memorize nearly any scent, and also smell the emotions of others.
» Personality: Very much so a rough and tumble girl,
» History: Growing up on the outskirts of Grassveil Town, Riemme was the younger of two daughters had by her two parents, an Arcanine and an Espeon. Both worked in Grassveil, and were members of the local Police Force. The two had been partners on the force for a while, before retiring and deciding to settle down together just outside of all the hustle and bustle. When Riemme was born, her sister was already a year or two older than her, and thus the two had a sort of disconnect. While Riemme looked up to her sister and typically followed her around, she had a more playful demeanor, often trying to have a little fun with her sibling while Raine didn’t want any of it.
Her parents weren’t too strict with her, and every so often they would take their children to Grassveil Town with them. These trips were something Riemme came to look forward to, enjoying the area for the most part. At first she was a little uncomfortable and more cautious of things, but eventually she came to enjoy it. She even met a few other pokemon to call friends every so often, and heard all sorts of stories about the Guild and adventurers there.
However, after a time, her parents decided it was time to move on from the area. Her mother wanted to leave and travel back to the place she had grown up, to live there. Her father agreed to it and thought it would be a good thing for them all, and so they left the area while Riemme was still young. She wasn't very happy about leaving, and protested it a bit, but was eventually convinced by her father, mother and sister, none of them seeming to care about the move as much as Riemme did.
"That is not dead which can eternal lie,
And with strange aeons even death may die."
Wake me up