The next morning, Refi was still barely awake, he had been up all night studying the stuff that Maran had given him, but when he just realized what time it was, panic instantly filled his heart. "OH SHIT! I'm late!" He yelped, rushing out the door, not even taking the time to get any breakfast or coffee, he bumped into Lash on the way out who was just coming back from mail duty as he made his way to the spot Maran told him they were going to meet.
Maran was waiting there with Kaza and Bian...and when Refi showed up, she raised a wing and he found himself floating in the air. "And this is how a gravity spell works." Maran said curtly. "For su
“Soooo, what’s on the agenda for today?” Digi asked Fay as they left the crumbling remains of the house with their Shedinja friend named Bian floating behind them.
“Well, Marco wasn’t there, which means he told them someone might be after him and bolted.” Fay said. “Which is bad for us because I didn’t think he’d know. We don’t have much of a trail to go on now.”
“I have found him.” Bian said. “One hundred and ninety-seven meters north-northwest of our current position. He has stopped moving. I managed to place a lock on him, would you like to pursue him at
It was another day in the desert and the group had assembled once again. All the teams had been brought together to hear an announcement but the teams were still arriving, so it looked like it might be a while before the announcement would be heard.
“So what’s up?” Digi asked. “I ate sand yesterday.”
Kaza and Maran seemed concerned by this sudden statement whereas Fay just rolled his eyes. “Look, I said I was sorry, get off my back about it!” Fay grumbled.
“Like I’d ever take that insincere apology!” Digi growled and pointed an accusatory claw at the smeargle. “You were laug
The group reconvened to the east of the camp, having been briefed by Bian on what Kite wanted, expected, and the locations of where he wanted the traps. Unsurprisingly...it was in a field of cactuses. Generally tall and slender ones though. Everyone split off to start planting the traps. Digi and Bian were one team, Maran, Pharion, and Zar’roc were another, and Fay and Kaza were the last pair. “So...we’re just setting up a bunch of trip wires?” Fay asked. “Seems simple enough. Shame about the nonlethal restriction though.”
“Why is that bad?” Kaza asked as he knelt and planted the improvised bo
It was in the night and most were asleep at the time...save one ghost who was slowly making his way home. Bian normally didn't leave the house too much, but he had taken to following Digi around when he'd been feeling restless and went to make some mischief when he should have been asleep, and acted as an unseen guardian. Tonight however...things could have gotten quite ugly if he hadn't been there. As a matter of fact, things still got ugly, and now he was carrying a sleeping Digi in his back as he returned, and he a carried with him information that unfortunately explained his berserk-like fighting style. He opened Digi's window and floated