vuelie | open | low risk May 18, 2017 9:22:49 GMT -5
Post by Fawna Hawke on May 18, 2017 9:22:49 GMT -5
Sorry for the long post =.= it was necessary. Fawna currently only has juniper. If you could put her into a situation where she finds alder at some point, that would be lovely. Otherwise, they are in the Core of Hyo and are just lookin for some low-risk training.
Fawna had only received her first pokemon about 12 hours ago, but she still hadn't let the fennekin out of its pokeball. She had arrived at Coryn's late last night, and after the quick meeting, had considered releasing her pokemon in some back alley. However, she knew that it wouldn't be safe. She had enough common sense to guess that there were more patrols going on at night, and that she had better just play it safe and wait until during the day. Surely there would be more people around during the day, but that meant that even she wouldn't be quite as conspicuous.
She had stayed in a cheap motel last night, too tired and too nervous to let her pokemon out in the room. Instead, she set the pokeball on the pillow beside her and fell almost immediately asleep. Who knew that just riding the transit all day would wear you out so much? She didn't sleep for long, and upon waking up, she headed across the street to the tiny market to buy two oranges - one for breakfast, and one for a spell. It was a spell for good first impressions, and other than the orange and the bath, she had everything else she needed from home in order for it to be complete. The hot water and lovely aromas of the bath not only helped her feel confident about her first impression towards the fennekin, but also helped soothed her anxieties.
She was in Hyo City, on the other side of Anrui from her home, but home was just a phone call away. She had joined the Resistance. She had a pokemon, but no one knew that yet. There were no cameras inside of her room, and no one had seen her exit Coryn's lab. For now, she was safe, and she would remain safe as long as she was smart. She could do this.
Still, as she set off into town with her bag of supplies on her back and her pokeball in her pocket, she couldn't stop the butterflies from fluttering in her stomach. Everywhere she went, there were people around. None of them stared at her, but every glance was like pushing a knife into her stomach. It wasn't long before she dove into an alley and around a corner, out of sight.
She sighed, reaching into her pocket for the pokeball. It was still just as warm as it had been the night before, but there seemed to be more of an energy coming from it. With a deep breath, she closed her eyes and then tossed the ball. Upon hearing the buzzing and whirring of her pokemon emerging, she opened them again and looked down.
A small, female fennekin was looking up at her with large, orange eyes. The fox stepped forward, her nose wiggling as she took a few sniffs. <"You smell good,"> she said, although it was nothing more than a few barks to Fawna.
The trainer was astounded at the sight of the fire-type. She knew that there was a fennekin inside, but she hadn't prepared herself to see her. Slowly, she knelt down so that she was on her knees, her hands folded on top of her legs and her butt resting on her feet. "You're more beautiful than I could have imagined," Fawn said, in awe. The fennekin smiled and blushed, kicking a little at the dust on the street. "Do you have a name?"
The pokemon looked up at her and tilted her head, but then shook it. As far as she could remember, Coryn and Naru hadn't given her a name. Fawna grinned. She had been wondering if she'd be given the opportunity to name the fox, and had thought about what she would name it if she could as she fell asleep. "Can I call you Juniper, then?"
The fennekin barked a few times quietly, tasting the name on her tongue in her own language. Finally, she looked back up to Fawna and smiled, nodding her head. She took a few steps forward and climbed onto Fawna's lap as best as she could. Grinning as wide as she had ever possibly grinned, Fawna picked the fox up in her arms and stood. "Okay Juniper. What do you say we find some pokemon to battle?"
The little fox barked happily, her tongue loling out of her mouth as she was carried by her trainer.+1 juniper