Loryn watched the battle unfold as Muk and Dragonair fired move after move at each other. The dazzling lights given off from each move hitting the other gave her ideas for her next show. Suddenly, Dragonair unleashed a move unlike anything she'd ever seen before. "Could it be...A Shadow Pokemon?" she murmured to Crobat, who had knocked her hands away in annoyance. He didn't much like being touched, but Loryn did it to irritate him at times. She watched as the battle drew to a close, and the guy with the big goggles walked over to her and another girl who'd been watching the battle too. Big Goggles Guy was obviously drunk as he began a fight with the other girl. Loryn breathed a sigh of relief, and slipped away toward the Inn. Crobat hovered at her side, and she returned him to his pokeball as she stepped inside. She waited after a man that seemed very flustered to get a new room, and eventually got her key.
She wandered down a long hallway on the ground floor until she found her room number. After a quick twist of the key in the lock, Loryn found herself in a dusty little room with a small bed, an old TV set, and a couple of chairs next to a window. "It'll have to do. Besides, I've seen worse," she sighed and closed the door before releasing all of her Pokemon. Vaporeon, Shieldon, Crobat, Breloom, Arcanine, and Misdreavus all appeared respectively, and began inspecting the room. "You guys can look around all you want, but don't leave the room and don't be too loud." Loryn yawned. "I'm going to sleep."
She plopped down on the bed, which was surprisingly comfier than she thought. Her hand reached for the light switch, and she laid back in bed to get some rest.
The graceful fowl basked under the ravishing faint glimmer of the azure moon, its wings shimmering beneath its luminous glow. The rather gleeful Togekiss made a brisk ascent towards the murky, somber horizon; truth be told, its dim nature was quite pleasing to her, in a sense; the murky darkness was a picturesque compliment for the wavering shimmer of the blue moon.
"Don't even think of bailing on me." Maya bellowed vociferously towards Seth, as a vehement gesture of reproach, leaping onto the tender, flocculent nature of the fowl's rather prolonged appendages.
In a blink of an eye, the twosome had already departed.
"Wouldn't dream of it!" He called back to the stranger who was already well on her way to being gone, with her Togekiss. Charmeleon led the way into the Inn. Not moments after Seth had entered the building he was bumped into by a rather frantic looking individual who quickly uttered his appology, and like that was out the door. He saw the girl who had been tending to her Crobat make her way down the hall presumingly to a room she had here as well.
Making his own way over to the front desk Seth placed a couple large numbered Pokedollars on the counter. "One room, one night. Oh, and if a girl comes in the morning give her the number to my room." Seth spoke calmly for the alcohol was taking it's effect on his speech.
"I'm sorry sir, there's been an incident upstairs so all we have is ground level rooms." The woman behind the desk stated.
"And I should care, why? Just give me a room!" Seth barked quickly getting a reponse from the lady who offered him a card. "Room 28," Seth read outloud, "Remember to give that information to a girl who may be looking for me." Without giving any specifics Seth progressed down the opposite hall that the Crobat girl had headed and found his room. Not taking any special note of the area he simply plopped on the bed and shut his eyes. Charmeleon found a corner and curled his tail around his body so the flame was outfront, away from the walls. Morning was sure to arrive quickly.
My eyes squinted against the bright light that filled my room as the sun had arrived. I planned to move out of here quickly, this place is just horrific. I pack my things up, not forgetting to brush my teeth using the dislocated sink that seems to tip sideways every time you lean on it, and make sure I've left the place clean. I leave the room and check the time, it's about 9, I didn't sleep long, probably the bed. The counter is the same as yesterday, but things seemed to have calmed quite a bit, as if it happens so often people don't care. The thought of this makes my perspective of the place a lot worse than it already is, and I plan just to hop on Skarmory instantly, until my communication device starts to beep. I pick it up, and the familiar voice of priest Evan is on the other end.
"Good morning Yuki, I hope you aren't too distraught." It's strange how the priests tend to know things even when far away, or know things before I do, it's almost as if they have psychic powers. Well they don't keep any psychic pokémon that I know of.
"Yes," I say in a murmur. I continue to walk down towards the door, and push it open with my side as one hand is on the phone and the other is carrying my bag. I open the door and lean against the place where I was last night after the shooting.
"I'm just a little tired," I say to try and not be to ignorant by just saying one word.
"Father Yon wants to speak to you." Father Yon is my favorite out of them, because he doesn't talk like them, and he's more like me.
"Hey kiddo," he says, "You know the shooting is all over the news right?"
"How do they know I'm involved though?"
"Because Father Evan was the one who instructed for it to happen." I pause for a moment and try and figure out what he meant by that. He meant, that the priests know it's me, but no one else does. I sigh, out of relief and stupidity. Of course, this place is probably the only place people will forget about a shooting, and they didn't want me to know because I'm awful at acting. I understand where they are coming from, so I'm not angry, well I am a little bit, but I don't show it. Before I get a chance to speak he speaks again.
"Look, we have another Intel report of demons around your area, unfortunately this is no ordinary demon. The demon is one of a few we call shangori's, which translates as 'PURE' or 'PURE EVIL' so be careful around it?"
"Out of all the demons you can't detect, how did you detect this one AND know what demon it was?" It's probably obvious to me, because I haven't heard Father Pura's name mentioned at all so far. Yon pauses for a minute and confirms my suspicions.
"Never mind I say," abruptly, I'll take care of the pest.
"Treat it more like a dog, lure it in, make it fetch, the do something clever while it runs." Yon can always come up with something clever to say, but that one sounded more like a bad joke.
"Just to confirm, how serious is this?"
"On a scale of 1 to 10, er I'd say 7. They are more powerful than your common demon, and have more abilities and tricks, but they aren't exactly capable of mass destruction, still don't take them lightly!" I nod, but I know he can't see that. I close my device and stand outside the inn for what I decide will be another minute just to wake up.
I knew I'd get stuck in this sh** hole for longer than necessary.
Seth woke up rather early the next morning, which was surprise to him, he truly did hate mornings. He even managed to wake up before his Charmeleon who was now balled up on the floor in the same corner in which he fell asleep. Stretching as he got to his feet, Seth rotated his left shoulder. Sleeping with the Snag Machine was usually uncomfortable, but he never took it off reguardless. Being that he woke up with no sign of the girl he had told to meet him, stupid idea, he thought as he moved out into the hallway and out towards the front of the building.
Once outside, Seth could kinda catch the conversation the boy who had bumped into him previously was having on his communicator both ways. "Interesting conversation, you talkin' about me?" Seth questioned, jokingly as the boy had hung up his device. Without much pause he looked at the young man. "Hmm, that girl probably won't be showing up for awhile." He spoke more to himself before continuing. "Guess I can bug you a bit, consider yourself lucky. It's a rare opportunity to converse with a celebrity such as myself, heheh."
Someone appeared behind me. I couldn't quite put my finger on who he was, but he spoke in quite an arrogant way calling himself a celebrity and all. Hang on, that's the guy I bumped into last night.
"I suppose the word 'bug' isn't quite suitable, after all you're actual conversing with me rather than annoying me, and no, the call was work related" I say with a grin. I knew that there was a chance tat the guy might take it to heart, but he looked like the kind to joke around, so I let my thoughts rest.
"You mentioned something about being a celebrity? To be honest I've never heard of you before," I say to him. It's true I have no idea who this guy is, and to be honest I don't particularly care, but I could use an excuse to wait around a bit, and besides I was feeling quite lonely, mostly due to the awful scenery.
Loyrn yawned and woke up with a stretch. She turned on the light to see Vaporeon snuggled against her side. Misdreavus and Crobat were slumbering underneath the chairs, while Breloom and Shieldon were on top of them. Arcanine was curled up beside the bed. "Alright guys, time to wake up!" Loryn yawned and rubbed her eyes. She rolled off the bed and stood next to Arcanine, who looked up groggily. Vaporeon, who had been leaning upon her trainer's leg, woke up with a start as she moved.
Misdreavus, Breloom, Crobat, and Shieldon still hadn't awoken, so she return them to their pokeballs. "C'mon guys, lets go. We've been in this dump long enough." Loryn smirked as Arcanine and Vaporeon voiced their agreement. She opened the door and walked down the hallway, her Pokemon following her. After returning her key to the counter, she stepped outside for some fresh air and saw two men talking. One of them looked farmilliar...It wàs Big Goggles Guy! Loryn bit her lip and pressed back against the wall; the guy made her feel uncomfortable.
"Aww, come on guy, surly you've seen me around. I was a big hit on the news last night, after all." Seth replied quickly twisting his left shoulder again. "Ah, damn thing..." He muttered before looking back up to the stranger. "Work related, eh? Sounds pretty boreing." He continued bluntly. Though it wasn't the truth Seth was interested, being he over-heared the mentioning of demons over the boy's communicator. "So, what exactly is it that you do? Your not a police officer are ya? Heard something about hypothetical demons, that your term for criminals?" Seth didn't really mind the small talk he started, and surely this man wasn't an officer given his attire.
Then from behind he heard the door of the Inn open as the Crobat girl emerged. "Hey, what's with that look?" He changed his conversation over to the other stranger who had an expression of uneasiness all across her face. Charmeleon then also pressed out and gave a cold look towards his trainer. Seth ignored the Pokemon momentarily until the fire lizard came to be at his side. "You were sleeping, buddy. I wasn't going to interupt that." He informed before taking another glance at both the other trainers.
Loryn looked up as she found herself being spoken to by Big Goggles Guy. "What look?" she asked, smiling innocently. Maybe if she played stupid then he'd leave her alone. He seemed kind of odd, having at least one Shadow Pokemon and all. There seemed to be a mysterious aura around him. Loryn glanced at Arcanine, who stood rigid at her side. Vaporeon casually walked up to Charmeleon and inspected him before giving an approving: "Vaporeon! Eon!"
"No Vaporeon, get back here!" Loryn quickly walked after her curious Pokemon and picked it up. "Er, sorry about that. Vaporeon's pretty friendly." She shrugged sheepishly as said Pokemon struggled out of her trainer's arms and jumped next to Charmeleon again. Arcanine had followed Loryn a few steps and was now watching the scene from a safe distance, his eyes narrowed suspiciously.
Charmeleon examined the curious water-type Pokemon without much aggression. Unlike his trainer, Charmeleon was usually always calm and collected. "Char." He replied, in a relaxed state, even though his arms were again crossed over his chest. As the Pokemon was scooped up into the it's trainers arms, then quickly back to investigating the fire lizard, Seth laughed a bit. "Certainly has a mind of it's own. But as for you, your not a terribly good liar." He stated adjusting the goggles to be more straight on his head. "That look you gave just moments ago. Obvious give away that your not feeling too sure about the situation." He spoke moving in closer to the girl, with complete disreguard to the rather large fire dog that kept a protective eye. Planting his left hand on the wall behind her so that the spirals of the Snag Machine were nearly brushing her face. "So come on, what you so worried about?" He pestered again his tone dark and devious, acompanied by a rather creepy looking smile.
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This, man, was certainly rough as he planted is arm on the wall and overlooked the innocent girl. I didn't feel inclined to do anything so I stood back and sighed untill he started pestering her. After that I felt I probably should do something, so I lightly grab the man by the arm and attempt to speak,
"I'm no police officer, but if I was, I'd probably accuse you for sexual abuse," Yuki grinned and chuckled before continuing on with answering the mans questions.
"It's difficult to explain but I guess you could say I kill things that shouldn't be here." After that I let go and stood back, throwing my bag over my shoulder and started to walk past the two lovebirds and onto a path that lead further into town.
The vibrant sun was surely bright, its golden streaks gently bearing down upon the azure horizon; Maya couldn't bear the luminous golden sunlight that overwhelmed the crisp clarity of her sight. In the contrary, her beloved Togekiss cherished the overwhelming luminosity of the yellow sun rays that bore upon them; naturally, the graceful fowl, as elegant as she was, addressed the matter with much poise, basking in its sunlit warmth and vibrant radiance. It was a picturesque morning, indeed.
There was a faded ember in Maya's somber emerald eyes; certainly, she was fully resolved to dissolve her conflicts with the rather derogatory lad, however, their proposition was solely contingent upon the lad's judgment to rendezvous, as he was supposed to do so, that is, if he was determined to see it through. Seth, whom Maya loathed with a burning passion, was the lad's name.
Soon enough, Maya had arrived at the facade of the inn. Without hesitation, she ambled inside.
Loryn narrowed her eyes and looked up at Big Goggles Guy. She didn't move an inch, though he was nearly touching her. "If you're trying to intimidate me, you can stop that now, because you don't scare me." She paused with a quick glance at Arcanine, glad that the loyal Pokemon was there because truthfully...she was getting a bit nervous. "And as for that look I gave you, I guess I'm just not very comfortable with the fact you own a Shadow Pokemon. Don't you know they're dangerous?" She crossed her arms and turned to the other man, who snickered something about sexual abuse. A defiant smirk forced its way onto her lips.
"If this guy even tried to touch me, I'd hit him so hard he'd see stars." Loryn gave Big Goggles Guy a smug look. Vaporeon, completely oblivious to the scene above, continued hopping around Charmeleon. She prodded him with a little blue paw, inviting him to play with her. Arcanine watched the two with distaste; Vaporeon was young and clueless, she didn't know that Charmeleon would hurt her if he became too agitated. However, Arcanine was ready to jump in and protect his little friend if anything happened.
Giving his ansewer reguarding his job after a comment reguarding sexual abuse, the ex-police officer started leaving. Seth had a few words of his own for the young man, but he was already pressing his way further into the small town. He then noticed the girl shoot a glance to her Arcanine, another give away that she was lying through her teecth, a little, at least. Before Seth had a reply the girl changed the subject back to her expression. "And as for that look I gave you, I guess I'm just not very comfortable with the fact you own a Shadow Pokemon. Don't you know they're dangerous?" She questioned. Seth's smiled lessend but still lingered on his lips. "Indeed they are, precisely why I take them, from unfit trainers." He replied stepping back from the girl, only slightly, as he seen Maya press by into the Inn. "I'd love to stand around here and tell you all about it, but I've got a prior engagement with someone else...." He trailed off, moving passed the girl, who was up against the wall, and opened the door to the Inn, before looking back, "If your interested, your welcome to follow. Might get some ansewers involving the multiple True Wild Pokemon I carry with me, too. If not, then I really don't give a sh**."
Charmeleon kept still, the only thing moving was his eyes as he followed the blue-eeveelution pouncing and prodding around his form. "Meleon." He grunted with a sigh of irretance as his trainer pressed inward without him. He didn't really have a reason to follow Seth at the moment so he continued to inspect the playful water Pokemon. He however wasn't used to being very playful, so he more so kept to himself, and let the Vaporeon do what it wanted.
Inside the Inn, Seth could see Maya moving towards the front desk, a little shocked that she hadn't seen him outside the entrance. He silently moved to be standing behind her, "looking for someone?" He questioned sarcastically knowing very obvious that she was here to question him. "Surprised I didn't bail on you. In fact I really couldn't wait for you to show up." He added in the same tone as before.
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He takes Shadow Pokemon from their trainers? But why- Loryn's thought was cut short as Big Goggles Guys moved away, stating that he had business with someone else, but she was welcome to follow. She frowned slightly, but found herself walking a short distance behind him and back into the Inn. Why she went after him, she didn't know. Something about his sarcastic, nonchalant attitude intrigued her, and besides, she was curious for the answers of the True Wild Pokemon. She gave Arcanine a sharp look, telling him to keep an eye on Vaporeon, before closing the door to the Inn behind her.
Arcanine whined slightly. He didn't want to play babysitter, and besides, what if that guy hurt his trainer? He let out an irritated sigh and turned back to Vaporeon. Charmeleon was ignoring her for the most part, except for the fact that his eyes followed her wherever she went. Vaporeon was getting irritated that she wasn't getting any attention. "Vay! Vay!" she squeaked, jumping on Charmeleon's tail. She was careful of the fire burning at the end, knowing full well not to touch it.
Hearing the footsteps of the other girl from behind, Seth didn't look, yet still addressed her. "Intrigued I see..." He spoke before turning his body 180 degrees to again be facing the girl. "Of course introductions are to be made first. My name is Seth Zypher, a Snagger by profession. Though I tend to specialize in Shadow Pokemon." He spoke taking out an Ultra Ball from his chest. Holding it as he released the Pokemon inside, his vicious smile remained. The light from the ball took shape as a small yellow red eyed Pokemon emerged. Mawile yawned with the large jaws that made up her hair. "Much like this one." He stated so that both the girls would know that it was a True Wild Pokemon that he'd just summoned.
"Char!" Charmeleon lashed his tail to send Vaporeon upward. He rotated himself to glare at the other Pokemon his tail now waving slowly back and fourth. His eye's moved to lock onto those of Arcanine's before putting them back on the blue Pokemon, waiting to see what she'd do next.
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"My name's Loryn. Street Preformer by profession." she smirked at Seth, though her mind was racing. A Snagger? So he takes Pokemon? But...why? She glanced at the other girl, wondering if she was confused to. Her attention moved back to Seth as he sent out a seemingly innocent Mawile. He explained that this was a Shadow Pokemon, and Loryn couldn't help but blurt out, "How do you know?" Her face turned pink as she said it, but she shook the embarrassment away. "I mean, it looks just like a normal Pokemon."
Arcanine growled and took a step forward as Vaporeon was thrown into the air. But the little blue Pokemon didn't seem phased at all, in fact she was squealing with happiness. She landed on her four paws much like a cat, and scrambled over to Charmeleon and gave him a hopeful look as if to say: Again, again!
"Nice to meet you Loryn, perhaps you'll grace me with a private show sometime later on, eh?" He questioned playfully, as he knelt down to be at level with the small Shadow Pokemon patting it's head safely. "Heheh, don't hurt her feelings Loryn. She is a normal Pokemon, she's only just had the door to her heart closed off, by artificial means. She told me so when I first got her." Seth glanced over his shoulder to Maya, who as well must've wanted to know the ansewer to the question. "But I'll be kind enough to ansewer you anyway." He paused getting back to his feet. "I can see them, the Shadow Pokemon, that is. I'm afraid that's honestly the best way I can describe it." Seth motioned with his head that Mawile was free to wander about. Taking up her trainer's offer of freedom, Mawile gleefully pressed passed Loryn, over to Maya, who still had an expression of discontent towards Seth. "Will?" The Pokemon uttered quietly up to the Trainer.
"I've always been able to view the dark aura around those Pokemon that have had their hearts closed, and their emotions sealed. Oh, and before you start freaking out over my Mawile, let it be known that I've been with her a long time, and there's nothing to worry about." Seth continued to intercept any objections the two girls might have about letting a Shadow Pokemon wander about freely. "She's nearly, cured." Seth had his mouth open as if to continue, but he decided to end his statement there, he didn't want to overload the other trainers, and figured it best to ansewer questions they may have as they came.
Charmeleon sighed again and turned his tail to the Vaporeon before again launching her into the air. Degrating it was, to Charmeleon, but he decided to deal with it. Keeping an eye on the protective Arcanine, too. The large dog Pokemon seemed almsot too cautious, not a good trait to have around Seth, being how he joked around, especially towards women. Charmeleon waited for Vaporeon to land a second time then sent her up into the air again. A small smile came over his face, it's been awhile since he had associated with a non-shadow Pokemon. And the happiness he was shareing with the Vaporeon started to make him lighten up a bit, as well.
Some people were just very irritating or had anger issues round here, and once again I added that to my list of ways to hate this place. I was making the experience worse for myself to be honest.
I got focused on the job. The demon could be anywhere around here, heck for all I know it could well be back at the inn, so I decide I should probably ask for some help. I trail my finger across my belt, which releases my five pokémon simultaneously in front of me and I give the situation. I decide to stay with Leafeon due it's small size and less adapted senses, and think of him more as an extra pair of eyes as I start to walk around the streets. After about 5 minutes I can feel something. I hadn't walked very fast so I was still very close to my previous location, but I could feel a presence. Of course, I'm stupid, the demon's invisible. My other 4 pokémon aren't too far and I call for them to return as they won't be of much use, but Gallade decides to stick by my side in case of an attack. Gallade is a good swordsman, as I am training to be, but he uses a different technique due to his shoulder being blades and can't really teach me too much, although like I said he is very skilled. "Swords dance," I say naturally and quietly, and with that, his elbow blades glow and intense white and extend a lengthy way. I notice there aren't too many people outside, except for one or two perhaps, and I seem to be across from a couple of homes and next to a tiny shriveled and vile looking park. Then with the corner of my eye I notice something in the park. Purple and red, large and thick mushrooms, the sign of a toxic demon. Now I know what I'm dealing with, and these guys aren't good. I had to deal with one of these a long time ago, and even with help it devoired a lot. Now I understand what Yon meant, because he knew that these demons at first are harmless and then they get stronger and more, active, the more the destroy, 'Treat it like a dog,' I got to lead it somewhere it can't destroy... Like the desert maybe?
Problem 1 - I can't hurt it yet.
Problem 2 - The Longer I wait the more it will destroy.
Problem 3 - The more it destroys, the stronger it gets, and the harder it is to kill.
It's a loop that helps this piece of sh** stay alive. Just then I notice a slight reflection. The demon is coming to form, and... it's heading in my direction. The sight of it fills my mind with something familiar. It's almost like a large muk, except maybe a mix of a muk and a trubbish, but it's got the usual red eyes that a demon would have. Strange looking demon to be so closely related to a pokémon, but I'm sure there are plenty like that, like the common demon looks a bit like haunter.
My feet quickly end up turning to run and Gallade has the same idea, because we both know this things immune, and then I get the idea of just ow large this thing is. It's the size of a two story building! It spreads out large, what I assume to be arms, and grabs on to buildings as it pushes itself along, although never breaking a roof. That's the beauty of demons, they can't really interact with anything but humans and pokémon, therefore, only very powerful demons cause destruction, but this thing probably could pollute the water source if it hasn't already and destroy the trees, which I believe it already has.
I end up back at the inn, and decide I should probably stop here, after all the demons just going to get stronger the more I run. Drat what am I supposed to do now?
Loryn smirked slightly. "Perhaps I will." She put her hands on her hips, and continued to listen as he explained what happened to Mawile - and the rest of the Shadow Pokemon. Mawile looked so happy, it was hard to believe she had her heart closed off, until Seth stated that she was nearly cured. Loryn gave him her first real smile since she met him. "It's nice what you're doing for these Pokemon," she murmured, then looked up with a sincere look on her face. "Sorry I was so rude when we first met. I just...wasn't exactly sure about you. But what you're doing here is good." Loryn looked down at the little Mawile. It's weird. I never would've imagined Seth so caring when I first met him. But when I see him with these Shadow Pokemon...It's like he's a whole different person.
Vaporeon giggled as Charmeleon launched her into the air again and again from his tail. Arcanine relaxed a tiny bit as he saw the lizard-like Pokemon had no intention of hurting his friend, but he still kept his guard up. At last, Vaporeon tumbled to the ground, exhausted from the play session. She grinned up at Charmeleon, as if to thank him. Arcanine sighed and walked over to the pair, and helped Vaporeon onto her feet. He gave Charmeleon an unsure look; he didn't exactly trust the Pokemon, but Vaporeon seemed to like him, so he couldn't be that bad.
Seth laughed at Loryn's reponse to the private show, then harder as she stated her appreciation for what he was doing for the True Wild Pokemon and how she was unsure of him at first. "Don't start acting like you know me...you might get in too deep." Seth reponded mysteriously. "Still your lack of critisim is...appreciated." the last word came out once again sarcastically. It wasn't long after that the ex-police officer made his way into the building. "Back again so soon, fuzz? You miss me?" He taunted. Moving over to Maya, waiting to see her reaction to all this information about the Shadow Pokemon he was keeping. She unlike Loryn, didn't seem like the type to just change her way of thinking, it was pretty obvious she had some type of grudge against Seth himself.
"Don't worry. I wouldn't be caught dead hanging around the likes of you," Loryn shot back, looking him up and down. If he was going to play the cold sarcastic type, well then she'd do it right back. She looked up as the man from before entered the Inn. Seth taunted him, and she rolled her eyes. This kid deserves to get punched, she thought, her kind mood from before melting away. Loryn glanced at the other girl, wondering how she would react to everything Seth had just revealed. She seemed to be stubborn on the way she thought, and probably wouldn't react the same way.
"So.. in short, you take 'Shadow' Pokemon from trainers you see unfit to care for them. That's nonsense. How can you justify that a trainer is 'unfit,' in your eyes, when you have no, nada, zilch knowledge of their circumstances." Maya asserted boldly, with a slight crescendo in her tone of voice; truth be told, Seth's rather undying motive disgusted her beyond belief; words couldn't even begin to articulate the vehement aversion that she bore towards him. "Don't you see what you've just said.. ? You make it seem like you're the only person in the world who understands 'Shadow' Pokemon, just because you possess the power to see into their aura."
Seth smiled his attention turned from the ex-cop, to Loryn, then finally to Maya, who decided to make her statments known. "You make it seem like you're the only person in the world who understands 'Shadow' Pokemon, just because you possess the power to see into their aura." she announced with the same disgust in her voice she geared toward him the night before. "Ansewer me this then. Do you know anyone else that can truly understand 'Shadow Pokemon?' Because if you do I'd gladly like to meet the individual that can." He pressed over next to his Mawile again, "She likes you Maya. Your so open minded, and stick to your beliefs." Pausing a moment he narrowed his eyes to the girl. "Wonder how I know that? Because along with my 'power' to see the aura of the True Wild Pokemon...I also possess the ability to understand and commune with them on a telepathic level." Raising to his feet, returning Mawile to her Ultraball. He held his gaze on Maya. "Why Shadow Pokemon exclusively? I don't know, perhaps we just got so much in common." He continued deviously. "So in short, I take Shadow Pokemon from trainers that I know are unfit to care for them."
Thud! The sound of a large object hitting the inn could be heard, that was the arm of this thing. It was still invisible but Yuki could now see the faint outline of the creature starting to pull itself along to Yuki. Soon, soon.
Ach too close. I was now situated right outside the door, and to be honest I was quite nervous, one wrong move and this thing go kaboom!
"The power of God conceals me, grant me the sword that forbids thee." In a second I pull out my samurai sword, only slightly smaller due to my forgetfulness of the lines. I pull it out in front of my hoping that it shall keep the demon back, but it's starting to become visible to human eyes. A slight shimmer of color spray across the beast's body and shows tat is is of a lime green and purple color, symbolizing all it's worth, pollution. I tell myself not to panic, and to just find the right time that this sword can slice and weaken the being, but I find no time, and in a matter of 20 seconds the being is in full form and lets out a roar unheard of. Now I understand, the demon is using the muk like appearance to fool the humans, make them believe a giant muk is terrorizing the town instead of a monstrous demon. Clever satan. I step back a little to curse myself for being too slow, as now I have to put in double the effort to kill this son of a gun. My body is almost full with rage and I see several people attempting to take it down with pokémon attacks but to no prevail. I need distractions but where the hell would I get one?