Kitsu Kluedo, Investigation 2 Hashi sniffed the ground, following the odd trail that she picked up after investigating the Lucky Bamboo. It was her own personal hunch, deciding to leave her partner behind for the moment was the best idea for her at the moment. Besides her partner had her own hunch on where to investigate next.
“Anyways,” she muttered, looking away from the stone road towards the Castle that stood before her, “If I heard right, Nobara is very hard to anger. That traveler must have said something really bad to make her storm off like she did.”
One she was let in, Hashibami stepped carefully through the building. Her eyes darting left and right, scanning for any tiny details that could pin the place as the murder location. She also took a mental note on the numerous candles and torches that littered the castle grounds.
“Too many,” she said as she turned the corner.
Night Fishing? Yes Moonlight reflected off the water’s surface as Iseul lead her small group to the riverside. They were gathered here that evening to get some extra fishing in. There was also rumor that they caught wind off about the fish being in a larger quantity on nights like this. Motivated, she rushed ahead of everyone else, ready to bring in a large haul of river fish. With as always was her loyal son Laru and the adventurous lilac tokota Vyse. Mako had join them once again, willing to bring her fishing skills to the group once again. Lastly, was Kanta, the traveler from the group’s last fishing endeavor.
Laru went right after his mother to the river side, willing to assist with the capture of the river fish. Mako on the other hand lead Kanta up river a bit to a waterfall. The following tokota scoffed as she watched the less experienced fishers dive into the river. Iseul and Laru flailed about in the black waters, moving at shadows rippl
Moar Fishing! Preparations were set and the call of the sea brought Iseul and her pack to the shores once more. Laru and Vyse stood behind her, taking in the view much like her. The later of the two sneezed before rushing for the waters. The splashing water brought scattered a passing school of fish and a hopping frenzy. Spotting the swarm of leaping fish, Iseul barked out to the rest of the tokotas with them, Mako and Kanta. With their combine attention the four of them rushed the waters to join the lilac in the waters. Confused by them joining only for a moment, Vyse joined them in their fishing endeavours. But given the lack of surprise of their charge thanks to Vyse wanting to play, they failed to catch anything.
Not willing to become discourage, Mako took charged of the group. Barking out orders, she had the five of the them spread out in the water, with herself taking the position that was the deepest. Her plan was simple, her and Iseul would be
Shark fest Fishing Crashing waves rocked the boat harshly as the shoreline faded on the horizon. Iseul stood on the prowl of the craft, watching as water broke on the vessel’s prowl. The salty air felt good on her mane as it rushed by. The rest of those with her waited with baited breath.
Her son, Laru, looked up to her with anticipation for their first fishing trip together. It was the first time to two of them were together since he got old enough to take part in his mother’s trips for food.
To her side sat the brown tokota, Remy. Visiting from another pack, the charismatic hound convinced his way on the fishing trip with ease that still boggled Iseul’s mind whenever she thought about it. When he caught her looking at him, Remy flashed a smile that convinced her to look away. Laru caught sight of the visiting tokota’s actions and barked at him. Cutting off the fight before it began, Iseul left her post
Iseul and Anthem Fishing Time 1 Dawn brought about the best in the fishing some say. The sun rising over the water seemed to return energy to the fish as much as the fisher. Some even claimed that it was the best time to fish as like with most creatures, waking up makes the fish hungry. It was that rumor that brought the likes of Iseul and Anthem to the shores of the partly thawed river. The larger of the two waited on the shoreline for the dwarfed tokota to catch up. A cool breeze drifted through her mane as she bent her head down to lap at the waters at her paws.
Anthem came barreling through the underbrush we the graces of a tied up cow. Sticks and mud stuck to her fur as her tongue hanged out of her mouth. Seeing the clear water, the toki shoved her head into the river and greedily drank from it. Not resisting the chance, Iseul raised a paw over her small pack mate and swatted downward. The force of the blow sent Anthem deep into the water.
Dragon's Rise Festival: Mini 2 [I just don’t get it,] Mordi said as she watched all the trainers around her yell at each other. She was asked to join the debate circle by her trainer. It felt silly going to a place where people just argue about stuff. Araris, the unown that Anna had sent to join her, floated beside her.
He floated down and motioned for her to join. [Why should I? It’s kinda pointless to argue about something rather than just doing it.] the unown gave her a look of mild disappointment. [Why should you care? You don’t even talk, not even use telepathy.] She began to turn away only to be be blocked by the floating letter.
[Are you trying to tell me that is human nature to argue?] she asked the silent face, [That’s a pretty shallow of a point there Araris. ‘Oh look at me, I’m a trainer. My Hobbies are arguing and complaining and training pokemon.’ Aside from the last point, none of those seems really p
Dragon's Rise Festival: Mini 1 The evening droned on for Howard as he ventured down the busy streets, eyes darting between the numerous stalls that lined the street. His signature pokemon King lumbered behind him, ducking underneath the hanging decorations that straddle between the buildings. “What you say king,” Howard asked as they turned the street, “Time to call it in? My legs are getting heavy.” The pangoro chimera growled in response forcing a chuckle from his trainer. “I know that noise, you’re hungrier than a snorlax aren’t you. King could only chuckle in response.
Crossing in front of a pub, the two of them eyed the possibility of food waiting for them. As they approached a the door, the nearby window shattered outward sending shards of glass into the streets.
“What in the world?” the forgeborne asked, inspecting the broken window. Inside he spotted sailors from different kingdoms du