With aggronite in had and a hidden passage leading their way, Anna marched stone face into the massive chamber at the back of the pyramid. Wyot was still tucked in her arms while Robert flew above her, looking out for trouble. Natural light filtered into the room ahead of her. Mordi breathed a sigh of relief as she followed her trainer in despite the atmosphere of the room was practically suffocating them.
“Scout ahead and see if anyone else made it out already,” Anna said with a hand motion towards the source of light. With a hoot of approval, Robert flew towards the massive door laid open before them.
Freed from the bindings that held her to the floor earlier, Anna slowly crossed the last the casam despite it seeming to stretch onward for every. Clutched in her arms was Wyot who had defended her from the rampaging baltoy earlier. Behind her was Mordi who had finally reached her. Robert rested on her shoulder, letting his wings take a break from the constant flying he endured. After Wyot’s display of power, the baltoy had turned tail and disappeared into the darkness ahead of them
“We’re going to take a break with the professor,” Anna said as she slowed her pace to let Mordi take the lead.
Anna was well on her way through the massive casam when the first sign of trouble had appeared. It was a simple Gurdurr that had the appearance of a rock golem. Luckily for her Mordi had dispatched it into the pit below with a flick of her psychic power. The sound of it screaming as it stilled echoed has she quickly left the area where it appeared.
Unsure of any other pokemon joining the fight, both Mordi and Wyot braved the bridge. The former quickly rush toward his trainer using the string shot rope they had made earlier. The much larger Mordi took her time crossing, spreading out her weight by walking across on all four.
The sight of another casam set Mordi’s nerves to the edge as her, Anna and the rest of the party entered the damaged room. Both of the shoulder riding pokemon shuddered as the malicious vibe the room gave off hit them. Unphased by the evil presence, the human stepped up to the edge of the gaping wound in the floor.
“How far do you think it goes?” She asked kicking a pebble down the pit.
“Far enough that I’m not risking crossing it,” Mordi replied, pulling her trainer back with some telekinesis.
Before Anna could refute, Robert tweeted out. Looking at the bird to his outstretched wing and fi