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Embers to the Flame: Part 2The morning sun shinned between the trees, a soft yellow glow slowly waking Ambre up. With the glow, she started to remember everything that had happened that night, explaining the soft cover on top of her yet the rough and stiff bedding underneath her. Once she knew where she was, Ambre then listened quietly for the sounds of anyone else. To her left and rather close to her face, she could hear heavy breathing that had a light stench to it. Probably just Absol. She tried to block out her Pokemon's breathing and tried to listen for the Umbreon, perhaps he had already left like he claimed he would.Embers to the Flame: Part 2 by DJ0Hybrid
Ambre turned her head and saw that the Umbreon was awake, though squinting his eyes. "Huh?" she asked.
The Umbreon's eyes went wide. "Nothing, I didn't say anything," he shot up and looked the other way. He then held his left arm and started to inspect it with his right hand.
"How's your arm?" Ambre asked.
"Doesn't matter, it's morning and I'm leaving like we agreed," the Umbreon answe
Embers to the Flame: Part 1The crackling of the campfire was quiet compared to the loud chirping of the Pokemon in the wilds. It was definitely a noisy night for some reason. Ambre looked over at the edge of her small camp, having been defined by a rope of hanging tags with different markings and bushes hovering over just outside the perimeter.Embers to the Flame: Part 1 by DJ0Hybrid
Ambre should have stayed back at Lumiose and spend the night there, even if it would be expensive. But no, she figured she could get to Laverre City before sun down. She looked at her boots that were caked in mud next to the fire, letting out a huff of air at the thought. It wouldn't have been bad either, if it wasn't for the fact that route 14 was supposedly a haunted route as well with ghosts roaming the night. One story tells of children getting lost in these woods and never being found ever again. Another says that some ghosts would hunt anyone they find out at night, hiding in the shadows to steal their life. There was even a story of a witch in the woods. Ambre rubb
A Drifter Part 4It was bigger up close than he thought.A Drifter Part 4 by DJ0Hybrid
Noah traveled with Hayes and the knight to the front of the white castle. The archway that loomed over them was about fifty feet tall with black gates pulled back. The graveled path led past stables and a wooden shack to the castle itself.
A guard approached the three from ahead. He stopped in front of them and saluted. "Good evening Hayes, Sir Isaac. I take it that your hunt went well today?"
"Not quite," Hayes answered, "The beast got away. Instead, we have a new guest."
"I see. Then would you like to make a report to his majesty then?"
"In due time. I still need to interview our guest before compiling one."
The knight then turned back to Hayes. "Will I be needed?"
"No, that will do for today, Sir Isaac. But once I solve as to why the beast went after our guest, then we'll be right back out."
"Right then, I'll take my leave."
The knight headed for the wooden shack and Hayes turned to the stables, Noah followed him. It wasn't shor
A Drifter Part 3"This path is much longer than I thought. Hope I didn't take a wrong turn or something."A Drifter Part 3 by DJ0Hybrid
The sun was working its ways down with the bottom edge already being touched by the hills, but Noah felt like he was circling the castle, not getting close to it. The path itself continued on with nothing nearby, going over a few hills and curving ever so slightly as if it would eventually go straight to the castle walls.
Noah stopped for a moment and started to fiddle with his pendent. An image of the area showed up inside the jewel and it began to zoom out, showing the location of where Noah was with a small blue dot. Noah looked over the brown line along the map, the path. It apparently went out for a ways, but then took a sharp left and head straight for the castle.
There was a rustle to Noah's right. In that direction were a few bushes, but Noah couldn't see anything. Maybe it was the wind? Noah couldn't feel any.
"Hello? Is someone there?" he placed the pendent back under his shirt for safe k