No, Mirage wouldn't keep the struggle going. Instead, she put a bit of her brain to work. She could see the jigglypuff port away. The fairy type enacted that same shadow-trick as before, but this time Mirage figured she'd do something about it. Her gaze tunneled in on her son and the rope beside him. While she couldn't filter out the Jigglypuff's voice, she could do away with the line that her son could reach for.
To the Jigglypuff, it seemed that Chance just looked right past the line of safety and paused to stare at Alki. He tilted his head and raised a brow, wondering what exactly the fae wanted him to grab on to. His pause and hesitation proved to be vital, as the tree's shivering and shaking grew violent. Mirage kept her focus on the illusion for her son, but she was quickly reaching his level now. Her movements were quick, even a bit careless, as branches snapped beneath her and collapsed into the snowy space below. She managed to avoid falling, but she couldn't help but fear that one wrong step from her son and he wouldn't have such fortune.
"Grab on?" Chance echoed to the jigglypuff, his own paws desperately clinging to the branch beneath him as it steadily started to creak under the exposure to his weight...
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