"I think this is a bad idea," The Lugia snorted as he reshuffled his wings, peering down at the small grave. It had weathered storms and sun for many months now, and a small berry bush had flourished over the spot where the body was. "She's too volatile."
"Solstice, you worry far too much." His companion, a Ho-Oh named Forrestal, stated. "That, among other reasons, is exactly why she needs to come back. She died before her time. I bet if you asked Anachronos he would tell you the same thing. She's powerful enough, and she's experienced. She knows how to handle wars. The heroes these days? They wouldn't know what to do if combat bit them in the tails. And she's easy to exploit." Forrestal added casually.
"But it's not right. And can you do it, anyways?" Solstice snorted.
"Please, my brothers and sisters are skilled in bringing back the dead. It was one of my own kind that brought forth the Legendary Beasts. I think I can bring back a mere mortal. And we have no other choice. Yo