“What in the Hell?! What’s this… Feeling?!” Keo said as she shot awake in her cache, her heart beating faster than usual and her face blushing.
“Oh no… No no no! He’s found another! I need to go to him no-“
But before Keo could act, she heard the deafening sound of thunder boom outside, and the rain still pouring.
“Damn! As soon as this storm passes, no more excuses! I’ll just confront him, introduce myself, and he’ll be mine!”
She was now extremely tense and concerned, knowing that Kaho might have just found another woman to love. This made Keo reflect on her years in Ultra Space. The early years in her home dimension had hardened her young heart, as she thought to herself that she may never find her soulmate. Plenty of Buzzwole had tried to impress and betroth her in the past, but she knew that if none of them could smell her “Soul Scent”, then none of them were truly meant for her. During those times, Keo believed there was something wrong with her, and these thoughts escalated further upon seeing her friends and family find their soulmates. However, it all changed upon encountering the strange phenomena known as Ultra Wormholes.
That day started her dimension-jumping adventures, which allowed her to loosen up, gain some confidence, and hone her fighting skills. However, a part of Keo still wondered if she would ever find the soulmate destined for her. She spent many nights on numerous alien worlds thinking about whether she’d ever find her soul mate. She always tried taking her mind off of that topic by adventuring, fighting, investigating mysteries, and even pulling pranks on the locals of a given place. But the thought was always at the back of her mind. However, upon arrival to Alola, something about the land struck her. Something unexplainable, but powerful and instinctual, so she decided to stay in Alola. And after encountering Kaho, the first being in years to finally pick up on her soul scent, she finally felt like everything that she had been through was worth it.
“I hope it’s not too late…” She thought to herself as she listened to the storm rage on.
Meanwhile, hours went by as both Ara and Kaho enjoyed each other’s company, eating merrily and talking about any topic their minds could think of. Ara had completely forgotten she was even wearing a swimsuit thanks to Kaho being so accepting.
“So Kaho… Have you been writing for very long?” She asked him as she got closer.
“I’ve been writing in diaries since I was a kid. But I only got around to writing letters to people recently.”
“I can see to whom you send it. By the way, I’m gonna have to charge you for the letters, they didn’t have the proper stamps.” Ara said in a matter-of-fact tone.
“Wh-What?! I-I didn’t-“
However Kaho was cut off by Ara laughing suddenly out of nowhere.
“It’s a joke, silly! I didn’t mean it. Just wanted to make a joke about letters in the mail since I am the mailwoman here.” Ara said after her initial fit of laughter.
“You like telling jokes?”
“Of course I do! Though, Mia doesn’t much appreciate it and started mocking me because of it, so I try not joking around her.”
“Really? Can you tell me a few?”
“Ohhhhh… I dunno… I usually just use jokes with a lot of bad puns…”
“Can’t be that bad, go on! I wanna hear you tell a few to me. Please?”
“Hmmmmm” Ara took one look at Kaho’s puppy dog eyes looking up at her. “Oh, okay! Just for you!”
“Okay… A Tentacruel swims up to one of their old friends, and after seeing each other, the friend says ‘Man, I hardly know you anymore! You used to be Cool! Now you’re just Cruel.’ eh?” Ara smiled awkwardly, waiting for a response.
“Really?! That wasn’t even- Okay then… Uh… I admit that my pun game isn’t that good. But at least I can make you Shuckle.”
“Heh… You really like it! Well, I’m rusty when it comes to puns, so some may be a bit Unfezant. And I may need to Axew for some.”
“But hey, you asked Furret, this was very Onix-pected after all!”
“I’m glad someone has such great taste in puns. Thank you very much!” Ara said, smiling at the laughing Mimikyu beside her.
“I like puns! I used to watch punny comedy shows when I was a kid.”
“Me too! And my babysitter was a huge pun guy! When he wasn’t eating of course.”
“Oh? Who was your babysitter?”
“A Snorlax named Dave. It was really long time ago, but he took care of we since I was a Ralts!”
“A Ralts?” Kaho asked while tilting his costume’s head.
“My basic form, or should I say, the basic form of all Gardevoirs, like myself! I’m pretty sure I was no taller than you back when I was a Ralts. Ah, how times and folk change.”
“Oh, I see. I just really don’t know much about Pokémon from other regions, since I’ve lived here all my life.”
“You have a LOT to learn then. But don’t worry! I can always teach you. In fact, tonight’s good! We can just call Kahiau and tell him you’ll sleep here for tonight. How’s that sound?”
“I’m okay with it as long as if Kahiau is.”
Ara summoned her phone towards her with her telekinesis, asked for Kahiau’s number, and called him up to inform him that Kaho will be spending the night with Ara.
“Oh! Ara? How’d you get this number?”
“From Kaho. He’s here with me. And well, I wanted to ask if he can stay here for tonight.”
“Huh? Uh… No offense, but can you put him on the phone?”
“Yeah, sure!” She said before handing the device to Kaho.
“Kahiau?” Kaho said.
“Buddy? Uh, mind explaining why you’re with Ara?”
“She’s… She’s my girlfriend now. At least that’s what she said. She’s the one I send letters to every night.”
“Oh. For a moment there, I thought that you just got into a relationship with some person you never met.”
“Nope. She’s the one I been going to, honest and true.”
“Well did you lock the house? Shut everything down?”
“Yes and Yes.”
“Alright then, you stay with Ara for tonight. Storm might blow you away if you leave now, so best not to go out anymore tonight. But if the storm stops in the morning, check the house, okay?”
“Okay, will do Kahiau!”
“Alright then. Thanks. And Kaho, I’m proud of you, man. Ara’s a really nice girl. I think you two are gonna be great together!”
“Thanks Kahiau… See you soon!”
Kaho handed over the phone back to Ara as soon as Kahiau hung up.
“So, I take it he said yes?”
“Yep! I’ll be staying here tonight!”
Ara squealed in joy and hugged her “boyfriend” tightly against her chest.
“Still can’t breathe well in here…”
“A few more seconds please?”
Soon enough, after enjoying each other’s company and spending the night sleeping beside each other, morning came.
Kaho woke up earlier but curiously found himself on a softer, yet more firm surface. He moved a bit and saw that he was lying down on Ara’s huge butt and thick thighs.
“Huh? I wasn’t here when I fell asleep.”
Getting off Ara, Kaho sees her blushing hot pink with an open-mouth smile on her face, making a small puddle of drool on her pillow.
“She must be having a nice dream. I don’t wanna wake her from it.”
He got down off the bed and made his way to the window. It was pretty wet outside, but the rain seemed to have stopped.
“Should head home, and pick some berries now that the rain is gone.”
He took his purple handkerchief and wrote Ara a little note before heading out.
Making sure to shut and lock the door to Ara’s home behind him as he began his trek home.
Keo shot awake and near-instantly burst out of her contained cache, looking up at the sky. It was gloomy, but calm.
“Alright, time to go.”
She dug the strongbox up and brushed off most of the dirt before running off.
She hustled, running extremely fast, so fast that she stripped dew from leaves and grass by merely running a few feet away from them. Soon enough, she approached the seaside of this island, but didn’t slow down. Charging head-on into the water, she started running on the thin membrane of the liquid’s surface. Each step felt pretty solid to Keo as she ran, but the impact of her foot on the water made huge splashes appear just milliseconds after taking her foot off. The only witness to this event was a Corphish just walking along the sandy beach on the other island. But even then, all he saw was a white blur and the water just behind it “exploding” before it whizzed past by him at such high speed that the poor Corphish fell over belly-up, with its head buried in sand just under the eyes.
“Oh, Bother…” It said while trying to get back on its feet.
Keo continued to run until she was back in the woods Kaho frequented.
“Aright… Lure him by the pond with a spread of Mago Berries, and appear behind him… with… Big boobs, or ass cheeks and hips? Hmmm… Both! Yeah, best have all bases covered.”
She rushed over to the pond and placed the strongbox just beside it before running to Kaho’s home.
Kaho had just returned home when he heard a knock on the back door.
“Kahiau? Is that yo- Whoa!”
The sweet scent Kaho has been chasing for days seeped in though the back door, as he approached it, the scent immediately hitting him. Opening the door, he saw nothing, but the smell still permeated for Kaho, so he exited the house, closing the door behind him first before venturing out, determined to find the source of this scent.
Keo, on the other hand, was delighted that Kaho took the “bait” as she once again traversed the treetops to lead the Mimikyu towards the pond. As the smaller being neared the water’s edge, the Pheromosa ran ahead to open the strongbox and spread the Mago Berries in a nice formation before hiding once again.
The costumed Pokémon made his way to the edge of the pond and approached the pile of sweet berries.
“What? Again? But where’s the-“
But as he picked one up, he heard some rustling from the trees above. Turning his attention up at the tree leaves, he then saw a pale figure land on the ground in front of him.
Keo stood with one hand on her enlarged hips and one hand to her side, emulating a model’s pose. Her breasts were gigantic, her cleavage looked like she could stuff Kaho entirely down her top. Her hips looked wide enough to make Ara jealous, with thighs to match.
“Hello, little one. It is I!” She said in a seductive fashion.
“Um… Hello? Um…” Kaho fumbled.
“Go on cutie pie, speak up!”
“Do you know where the smell is from?”
Keo’s jaw would have dropped if she wasn’t trying to attract Kaho.
“Excuse me, what?”
“Oh, um… you know. The sweet smell. Do you not smell it?”
Kaho looked to her right, then to the left, trying to check if the source was behind Keo.
“I’m sorry if I’m disturbing you… I’m just really trying to find that scent.”
He said as he walked to her right, then turned left, and left again, following his nose, and unknowingly circling around Keo’s feet.
“This is my soulmate?” Keo thought to herself as she dropped her pose.
She shook her head side to side before stopping Kaho, whom was on his third lap around her feet, by blocking his path with her foot.
“Um… Is it not obvious?” Keo asked after stopping Kaho in front of her.
“What’s not obvious?” Kaho said as he looked up at Keo’s face, most of his view obscured by her pale breast flesh.
“You are you.”
“No, it’s me.”
“I know, you are you and I am me.”
“No, I mean that it is me!”
“I know you’re you, I just don’t know who you are or where the scent is from.”
“No! Ugh, the scent! It comes from ME!”
“Yes! I’m the one that’s been luring you on chases. Unintentionally at first, but for the past few days, I have been doing it to… You know… Watch you and get to know what you’re about.”
“Wh-Why? I-I’m not special.”
“No, no.” Keo said as she picked Kaho up. “You are the MOST special little ‘Mon I’ve ever met! Because you can sense what others can’t. I’ve been looking for so long across the cosmos for someone like you. You, Kaho, are my soulmate.”
“I know this is a lot to take in, but I assure you that we can work this out together! I love you, little Kaho!”
Keo then proceeded to hug the Mimikyu tight against her chest, smothering him against her warm flesh.
“Um… I have several questions.” He said, his voice muffled by her chest.
“Ask away, my heart!”
“Who are you?”
“My name is Keonaona in your language. But just call me Keo! It makes our names match MUCH better, and it’s so much less of a mouthful.” She answers enthusiastically.
“What’s with the scent? Y-You said it’s from you?”
“It is the scent of my very being! It’s called the ‘Soul Scent’ by my people. And only those destined for one can smell it. And you are the one!” Keo happily stated as she hugged him once more.
“I-I’m so lost right now.” Kaho said while being smothered deeper in her cleavage.
“I know, but we can sort this ALL out! In fact, I can take you to anywhere you like! Spend some much-needed us time together!”
“A-Anywhere? I don’t have any money on m-”
“Not to worry! I can run us there, just let me fu- TUCK you against my belly so you can take the G’s…”
“W-Wait! I-I don’t wanna go anywhere yet! I just wanna know you first. Y-You’re going awfully fast. I just came here to work.”
“Allow me to help! And I’ll answer more questions while I do so. Sound good?”
“So which spot today, soulmate?”
“Uh… Just the one close by.”
“The one that’s up on the cliff?”
“I haven’t been there for a while… I’m sure the berries have regrown there by now.”
“That’s where we’re going then! Just let me… Streamline myself…”
Keo then started shrinking her “assets” in order for her to run more efficiently. Though she didn’t want to as Kaho was finally in her grasp. She was still confused as to why her feminine wiles didn’t work on him. But nonetheless, Keo returned to a more slim and sleek state while hugging Kaho in crossed arms against her body.
“Ready, my sweet?”
“Sh-Shouldn’t we collect those Mago Berries over there?” He said while pointing to the berry spread on the ground.
“Oh Yeah! Ooops!”
She placed Kaho back down on the ground and started placing the Mago Berries back into her strongbox. As she was doing that, Kaho was backing away slowly, taking one tiny backward step at a time in an attempt to perhaps call for help.
But Keo was just too fast, for after she packed up the berries, and ran back behind Kaho to scoop him back off the ground up with one arm.
“Okay! We’re all set! Let’s go!”
“But what about the baskets?” He blurted out in an effort to initiate another distraction attempt.
“You’re absolutely right! I’ll drop these off at your house and get your baskets.”
Before Kaho could even ask how she knew where he lived, she had already run off.
Kaho used the opportunity presented to hide in the greenery, knowing there was no possible way he could run away from her. Mire moments later, Keo returned to the spot with his berry baskets while Kaho watched from the bushes.
“My love? Where are you?”
Kaho didn’t answer and tried being as quiet as he could.
Keo sensed something. A chill crawled up her back as if she as feeling nervous about something.
“A-Are you… Afraid of me? Please, don’t! I-I know I’m a bit fast-paced, but I’m just excited! Please… Uh… Um…” Keo looked around frantically, looking for the Mimikyu.
Kaho didn’t move an inch and watched this stranger search for him.
“P-Please! I-I’ll slow down! Just come back to me! I-I… I...”
Keo stopped looking and fell to her knees.
“That’s it… I blew it…”
She curled up into the fetal position, her knees pressing against her chest while tears started welling in her eyes.
“I… So long… Why couldn’t I wait?”
This didn’t sit well with Kaho, knowing that he was making this stranger suffer. Having been picked on himself, he understood how bad it felt to be both bullied and ignored. But more importantly, he understood that people need friends at times like this.
He slowly stepped out the bushes and approached the sobbing Ultra Beast.
“Um… Uh…” He fumbled with his words, unsure of what to say.
Keo flopped onto her other side and saw Kaho.
She immediately stood back up and wiped her teary eyes to make herself look more presentable.
“M-My L- um… Kaho. You’ve returned, I… I was just… uh…”
“Keo? Um… I’m sorry.”
“What for? You done no wrong!”
“Well… I hid from you… I… I’m just not used to being with people and you… you said so many things that made me so confused! It was a crazy day for me yesterday, and I’m still trying to absorb it all. But… if you really wanna spend time with me… I’ll let you.”
Keo grabbed the Mimikyu and hugged him tightly.
“Thank you! I promise to not blow this! I’ll slow down and help you pick berries, okay?”
“Thank you. That’s all I’m asking for right now. And do you mind explaining what you said before in better detail?”
“Of Course! I’m sorry if I was too fast. Forgive me.”
“It’s okay, but um… Explanation?”
“Well, I’m not from here. I am what you folk call an ‘Ultra Beast’ from what I overheard when I eavesdropped on some researchers patrolling the islands. I lost them on Akala Island though, so don’t worry about them disturbing us.”
“What’s an Ultra Beast?”
“I’m a Pokémon from another dimension! I’m from a Parallel World, in basic terms.”
“Y-You’re… an alien?!”
“Hmmmm… Yeah! I’m technically an Alien! Just not extra-terrestrial, more extra-dimensional.”
“I knew it! Aliens DO exist!” Kaho said with stars in his eyes, finally confirming a lifelong speculation he had.
“So Aliens don’t visit this world, I take it?”
“I know they do! But… Everyone thinks aliens don’t really exist...”
“Well the proof is hugging you right now. So I can say that your hypothesis is correct! Congratulations.”
“So… What brings you here then?”
“As I said before, my kind emit a scent when they come of age. Only one truly destined to be my soulmate can detect it. And you… You can smell it! Right?”
“It’s like nothing I ever smelled before! It’s so sweet, but not overpowering. Relaxing, but also motivating.”
“Heeheehee! I’m so glad you like it. Now, do hold please. I’m going to run to the location.”
Kaho was held tight against Keo’s body as she got into starting position.
“Oh, and make sure to hold your breath. You may not be able to inhale properly at high speeds, and I don’t want you getting winded.”
“Okay.” He said before taking a big breath.
With that, Keo rushed off in a western direction, making slight turns north in order not to jostle her precious cargo.
Moments later, they arrived at Kaho’s berry picking spot. She put him down on the ground so he can regain his footing and breathe.
“Are you alright?”
“W-Whoa… That was so fast!”
“That’s what us Pheromosa are known for! Now, I take it you’re alright? Last time I ran with someone, I winded them pretty badly.”
“I’m alright, but… Wow! Just wow. You ran so fast!”
“My kind are known for their strong legs. So I can run faster than most, and kick harder! And I can defend myself pretty well to boot.”
“Can you fly?”
“Noooo… In fact… your kind have a Typing System for attributes some folk have, right?”
“Yes, I’m a Fairy-Ghost with some traces of Dark.”
“Well based on your system I’m more a Bug-Fighting.”
“Huh, that’s really cool!”
“Nice of you to say…” Keo said with a hug “Now, shall we get to picking?”
She put Kaho down on the ground and gave him a basket.
“So what kind of berry are we picking here?”
“Oran Berries. They’re big, blue, and round.”
Keo walked along and slowly climbed up a tree to look for the requested berries. Usually, when Keo would pick her favorite Mago Berries in the other islands, she would pick them quickly using her incredible speed. But right now, she wanted to savor each second she was knowingly in Kaho’s presence.
As the two new soulmates started their berry picking, Ara was in her bed. Starting to gently kiss and hug her pillow with a pink blush on her cheeks while rubbing her thighs together.
“Mmmmm… let mama Ara kiss you…” She telepathically sent out in her sleep.
Fortunately, no one was within range to receive her telepathic blurts.
However, upon licking her pillow when trying to “Add Tongue”, she opened her eyes due to her sensing the off taste and texture.
She shot awake from her dream-fueled sleep and slowly got up, yawning once in a sitting position.
“Kaho? What do you wanna eat for breakfast?” She asked, partially sleep-drunk and allowing her stomach to speak for her.
However, upon not getting a response, she opened her eyes wider and looked around for her Mimikyu boyfriend.
She levitated out of bed and started looking and calling out for him in her room, however, all she found was a familiar note.
“Hmmm… It says he’s gonna go to work… Huh… Okay then. Least I know he didn’t ditch me. Or that my time with him was just a dream… I love you, Kaho!” She said as she hugged the note.
She then went down and started making herself a hearty and heavy breakfast of hash browns, mash potatoes with gravy, berry-infused pancakes with ice cream scoops on top, and a whole carton of berry juice.
“So you live with your friend? Fascinating.” Keo said, pretending to be surprised, as what Kaho just told her was information she already knew.
“Yeah, he’s really nice! He tells me that in other regions, his kind are accused for a lot of crimes. But I know my best friend. He’d never hurt anyone or steal anything.”
“Hmmm… So he’s only a Dark Type because of the way his kind acts in other regions?”
“Yes. But he’s actually lost a lot of his Dark typing. Since he chooses not to exercise his Dark powers.”
“But you? You practice your Dark powers?”
“Uh… Only because it helps me Meld with Shadows and Hide better… I’m not evil!” He said, trying to explain his Dark traits.
“Kaho, I understand! Just because someone is Dark or has traits of Dark, doesn’t mean that they’re evil. You just tap into powers from a dark place.”
“Yeah! That’s it.”
“I must say, your Typing system for Pokémon categorizing is… Quite strange, and not as straightforward as I first thought.”
“It is pretty weird. But I don’t really know how Alakazam and Metagross Professors think.”
“Okay. Well in other news, my basket is full.” She said before lowering her basket on the ground with her antennae and climbing down the tree soon after.
“Nice! I’m just about done too.”
“I feel like we can pick more while we’re out here. You did save a lot of time traveling, thanks to me. So after we drop these off at your home, where next?” Keo said, enthusiastic and ready to spend more time with her soulmate.
“Well… Hmmm… Oh! It’s Apicot Season. I should probably check Ula-Ula island to see if they’ve grown by now. Kahiau would make quite a bit of money from those.”
“Good thing you got me!”
“But, Ula-Ula is a long ways away. You need a ferry ride to get there if you can’t fly.”
“Well… I, brace yourself, can run on water! So I can get you there quick!”
“R-Really? Perfect! I can get back and spend time with Ara a lot earlier!”
“Uuuhhh… Who’s Ara?” Keo asked curiously.
“Well, she called herself my girlfriend so… I guess she’s my girlfriend.”
Keo’s eyes widened with one twitching involuntarily and her smile became stiff due to the shock at what Kaho just said to her.
“Yeah, I confessed to her yesterday. She’s an amazing person, I’m sure you’d love to meet her!” He told her, oblivious to what Keo was feeling.
“Uh… Oh! Actually…” Keo said with a hint of deviousness. “Yes, I would like to meet her. Where does she live?”
“She lives at the old lighthouse. She renovated it to live in!”
“Oooooh… I know the location! I’m interested in meeting her then…” She said with an evil smile. “Okay Kaho, let’s go to your home, then I’ll take you to Ula-Ula.”
“Okay!” Kaho exclaimed as he hopped into Keo’s arms, completely oblivious on what she had planned.
With Kaho and the berries in tow, she quickly ran back to Kaho’s home to drop off the baskets of Oran Berries. Keo allowed the Mimikyu to open the door and lock it after dropping off the baskets, but hastily took him in her arms to run once more. Only one thing was on Keo’s mind at that moment: Get rid of competition for Kaho’s affection. She planned to visit this “Ara” at her home and convince her to stop seeing Kaho. If things got rough, she would convince her using a couple of powerful kicks.
Mere minutes later, they arrived near the foot of the mountain at Ula-Ula island.
With her soulmate sufficiently far enough, she puts him on the ground and thinks up an excuse.
“Oh! Kaho, is it okay if I leave you for a minute?”
“What’s the matter?”
“I forgot something. Can you stay here for a little and wait for me?”
“Alright! Don’t take too long now, and take care.”
“Oh, don’t you worry. I’ll be back before you know it…”
Almost immediately, she ran back to Mele-Mele, but not without rushing past the still overturned Corphish still stuck upside-down in the sand with a few Sandyghast converging around him, trying to help him get unstuck. But this time, Keo’s hustling got him back on his legs, albeit with him experiencing some dizziness as he was thrown back a few feet due to the rush of air Keo generated from her running.
A hearty, but feminine burp reverbed in Ara’s kitchen as she finished eating her breakfast, she washed it down by guzzling down the last of her juice.
“Ah… Now that’s satisfying.” She said while rubbing her full belly.
But as she telekinetically loaded all the used dishes into the washer, she heard a knock on her door. Using her telepathy, she sensed it was the mind of someone that she wasn’t familiar with, but she could sense there was malice in her mind.
Cautious, she established a link with whoever was at her door first from the relative safety of her kitchen.
“Who are you?” Ara telepathically asked to the visitor.
“I am the one and true soulmate of Kaho. I ask that you leave him alone and never contact him again!” Keo said firmly from the other side of the closed door.
“Wait, ‘One and true soulmate’? He confessed that he loves me! Who are you to come to my home and proclaim that you’re his?!”
“My name is Keonaona! I AM Kaho’s soulmate! You should stay away from him or face the consequences.”
Ara scoffed at her statements and telekinetically chuckled at this stranger.
“You wouldn’t be laughing if you were face-to-face with me! But I guess you’re too much of a coward anyway.”
“Oh so THAT’S how you wanna play? Fine.”
The door flew open in front of Keo to reveal Ara’s portly form looking down angrily at the bug.
“Whoa… You are a lot bigger than I expected.” Keo remarked upon seeing Ara’s size.
“Ready to give up and run along now, little bug?” Ara stated confidently as she smirked and crossed her arms under her chest
“You kidding? I beat three girls WAY bigger than you. Last chance, stay away from Kaho and no one has to get hurt.”
“Yeah… I don’t think so.”
Keo tried to execute a sweep kick, but to her surprise Ara’s feet were floating just above the ground.
“Nice try, my turn.”
Ara flew out of her house then, using her telepathy, she made Keo see multiple copies of herself circling around her.
“Which one of me is the real me? Choose wisely…” All the copies said simultaneously.
“Ooooh, you just some moves in you. Glad you’re more than just a pretty face. Shame I have to mess it up.”
“Right, as if.”
Keo ran and started kicking copies one by one at incredible speeds, Ara was left dumfounded by just how fast the Ultra Beast was. Knowing that she would eventually find her, Ara tore a hole in the fabric of reality to make a small black hole. This started to suck Keo in and forced her to run in place just not to get pulled into the wormhole. Ara then started gathering lunar energy into a pink energy sphere and just as the black hole dissipated, she threw the sphere at Keo and hit her!
She stumbled a few feet back from the moonblast’s impact before quickly getting back up on her feet.
“Okay… You are gonna be more of a challenge I see...” Keo stated while standing back up. “I gotta say, thought you were gonna be easy. But now? Looks like we’re gonna have some FUN!”