Subject: Re: [PW!] That ol' Familiar Grind
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 23:09:22 GMT
From: Adrian Tymes
Organization: Prodigy Internet http://www.prodigy.com
> In front of the Burned Tower, Bob took a deep breath. He knew that
> fire-types and ghosts resided in the tower, each type sending a chill down
> a different part of him. Braving both, he hobbled slowly in. Quickly, he
> found a long, staff-like piece of wood lying around which the young
> breeder used for a walking stick. Finding his way down to the basement,
> Bob looked for anything he could train on.
> Outside, from a dark and shadowed locale, Dharak watched silently.
> Since Amber and Jason had tken a personal day, he decided to spy on
> someone else to bide time.
> Back inside, Gee had let himself out, sensing that he could Give something.
> The best he could give was a lending ear (relatively speaking) and privacy.
The next morning...
"Look," Kitsu patiently explained, "bringing company would scare him
off. This is something that Keaton and I have to do ourselves."
"So? He doesn't need to know I'm with you."
Kitsu rolled her eyes. "You're not as good at stealth as you think you
are. And before you say it, even another pokemon might be too much."
Aerie shrugged. "That still gives me a lot of options."
Aerie reached out to Kitsu's chest. In a flash, Kitsu was wearing a
loose necklace, whose plain golden pendant lightly brushed the top of
"Oh, ha, ha, very funny." Kitsu picked up the pendant. "Off."
#Hehe. Jewelry isn't company.#
"Agggh. I don't have *time* for this!" Kitsu reached back to undo the
latch, only to find there was none. When she tried to take it off
anyway, she found the necklace just a little too small to fit around her
#Hehehe! You're tickling me!#
"Grrr..." She took a breath to calm herself. "Fine, you can come,
unless he detects you anyway."
#Thanks. I nearly lost one friend last night; I'm not about to lose
Kitsu blinked. "That almost sounded...honest."
#Look, whatever you're angry about, I'm sorry. Okay?#
Kitsu stayed silent as she finished getting dressed. In truth, she was
not angry, but Angry...but why did that matter?
Aerie was too busy enjoying her new perch to notice such thoughts.
Where she was was warm and very comfortable; she soon caught herself
almost nodding off as her ride headed to breakfast.