They were on the Team Selection screen. "Team Mystic sounds like a cool name for a team," said Alex as he selected Team Mystic. "That's odd, my thumbs are starting to hurt." "Have you been texting too much again?" asked Kate. "I haven't been texting a lot after that incident," said Alex.
Alex's hair turned white and grew to his back while it was now held up in a ponytail. His shirt and pants turned navy blue while Alex's jacket turned light blue and white. His privates had vanished and his shoes became ligh
He hadn't expected such a large turnout. The entire park was filled to the brim with other players toting insignia or paraphernalia to support their team. The crowd was a sea of yellow.
Spark grinned, looking around at the crowd behind the stage curtain. They were few in number... but here they were. It certainly boosted his energy to see everyone talking with one another and here to see their leader.
Spark turned to Blanche and Candela standing close by. Candela folded her arms, but she beamed. Blanche, cool and collected, also smiled at Spark.
"We told you there'd be a lot of people, Spark." Blanche murmured, gesturing to the group. "The numbers don’t lie. Although yo
"You're absolutely right, [y/n]. I already see your potential," she smiled, before offering you her hand. "Welcome to Team Mystic."
You nodded and shook hands with her. "It's an honor." After a few moments, you let go.
"Maaaaaaaaan that means I ran all the way over here for nothing?!" Spark groaned.
"Welp it was worth a shot," Candela shrugged. "Have fun with the nerd [y/n]~" She teased.
"Candela, don't you start." Blanche glared at the brunette.
"Umm...so can we go?" You asked, feeling the awkward tension between the three leaders getting even more awkward.
Blanche glanced back at you, her gaze softening before she nodded. "Yes. Let's be on our way new recruit. I have much to teach you."
And with that she headed out of the cafe, you and Voltorb following suit.