It's OkayNero was waiting patiently by the bridge near the southern entrance to Tao. The Skorupi kept looking across to the other side of the bridge each time he heard footsteps, checking to see if it was the Pokemon he was meeting with.
Finally this proved fruitful as he noticed Pauline beginning to cross the bridge. In place of her normal attire, she was wearing the cream and tan collar that belonged to her newly joined organization. “Hey Nero,” she spoke cheerfully as she strode over to him.
“Hey Pauline,” he replied as he raised a claw in her direction. “How was your first official meeting of the Order of the Sun?” he asked curiously.
“It was nice…” she trailed off as she looked up before glancing back at her team’s leader. “It’s certainly interesting to learn about.”
“I’m glad,” Nero replied as he and the Glameow exchanged a smile before his teammates expression ch
You're BackA blast of fire impacted with the wall of an underground cavern. The light from the flames temporarily illuminated the room, clearly identifying the source of the powerful attack to be a Cyndaquil.
The fire mouse kept up the assault for several more seconds before he couldn’t hold it any longer and the attack faded. The room darkened again as the Cyndaquil’s back flames were also extinguished after the display, leaving him panting heavily.
Kuba continued to look down at the ground as he tried to catch his breath. He had been training for a while now and fatigue was beginning to set in on the rescuer. However after a little while his breathing was finally beginning to return to normal.
He turned back towards the entrance to the cavern before looking up at the grainy ceiling. The surrounding’s of his training ground couldn’t help but remind him of his most recent mission where he found himself in a similar underground environme