Visit to Nerl Harbor It was early morning when Haruhi stepped of the boat at Nerl Harbor. The ralts was reluctant but after a few encouraging words from her adopted father, she found herself here. [It’s too hot,] she moaned wiping sweat that was already forming on her brow. Quickly she shuffled over to a shaded spot near one of the many log warehouses that formed the coastal town. [Why do we have such a town anyways if all we are doing is storing junk?] Due to her rambling, the fairy Pokémon didn’t notice the floating A next to her until she turned into it. With a panicked scream, she fell down on her back and tried to crawl away from it before realizing it as the local unown Araris. [Why did you have to scare me like that?] she asked getting back up on her own two feet. The unown shied away while casting an apologetic look her away. [Ok, look I’m sorry but you can’t just sneak up on
Run in with Zapdos “Dam that accursed bird!” Howard shouted as he led his crew of ice breakers across the frozen sea. Having left his ship behind, the patchwork pirate ordered the ice to be broken so that trade could restart between the Thurond’s shore and the rest of the United Realms. Up till recently the going was good as the team had cleared a mile’s worth of ice with the combined strength King and Bass with the ice pick wielding crew. Once the ice was weakened by the crew, the lapras would surface from underneath breaking if fully apart. From there the crew with the help of that deviant pancham would remove the now floating ice and shatter it across the surface that they left solid. But as the ice got thicker and took longer to cut through, that was when he struck. All they had for a warning was a flash of light before the Thunder attack hit. Panic ran rampant among the sailors with most of them running back for the ship.
Flash Fishing Day 3 “You gotta be kidding me?” Katie muttered as she stared at the leaderboards on the morning of the next day. Somehow that half-dwarf still managed to stay in the lead. Granted she had moved up to the top five but compared to the others, he had managed to stay ahead so easily. “This has to be impossible!” “Calm down now youn miss,” her elderly half-fae friend said patting her back. “We still have tha whole day ta catch somethin’ bigger.” “He’s right missy,” the human said as he walked toward the dock, “I’ll get the boat ready.” The half-fae joined him grabbing Katie’s fishing pole in the process. Now left alone, she could feel the anger boiling up inside of her. Her right hand drifted toward her blade that hung at her side. “He has to be cheating,” she uttered under her breath, hand gras