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Embers to the Flame: Part 11With the day coming up to its end, the streets of Lumiose City filled up with traffic. There was almost no place to stop and look without someone bumping in behind. To a tourist, it would have been a nightmare. Ambre was then happy that she had both detailed directions and knew her way around most of the city. There was also an advantage with all of the people around her. If she was being followed or watched, it would be difficult to keep track of her let alone even follow.Embers to the Flame: Part 11 by DJ0Hybrid
She slipped behind a small path, Absol following closely behind her. As they walked through the quiet alley, Ambre looked behind her periodically to see if anyone else followed her in. But she and Absol were the only ones there. She then quickly walked through the maze of alleyways that were mostly in shadows between the buildings and setting sun. The entrance was at the opposite end the city of where the original entrance was said to be years back. Apparently it was an emergency exit.
The end of the alleyway
Embers to the Flame: Part 10The note from the cryptic friend said for them to meet at the local cafe after she was done so that they could catch up. "This isn't Izzy's handwriting," Ambre commented to Absol as they headed in the direction. While it had been some time since the two had seen each other, the handwriting was too perfect and full of loops for Izzy's doctor like writing. And given how her other friends' writings could be best described as chicken scratch else not in cursive, it was probably something she could not nor should ignore.Embers to the Flame: Part 10 by DJ0Hybrid
Behind the gym was the cafe, in a small corner that would normally be hard to find. It was much like the rest of the buildings around: looking poorly maintained though a well kept flower bed up front, though this one differ with white, metal seats up front with a chalk board sign up front with a drawing of a coffee. Also quite different from the other buildings were all the people in front of it, eating. It was only a bit past ten.
Inside, it was just as busy as it looked.
Embers to the Flame: Part 9Morning came with not only the sun shining through the window, but the deep snore from a Lucario in the opposite bed and the, thankfully, soft snore from Absol right next to Ambre's ear. Half awake, Ambre reached over for the alarm clock to get the time. A few minutes till seven. She would have gone back to sleep if it wasn't for a growl coming from her stomach. A good, early breakfast wouldn't hurt. Quietly, she got out of bed and took her entire backpack into the bathroom, locking herself inside. Some time to herself.Embers to the Flame: Part 9 by DJ0Hybrid
She didn't take long, Ambre was use to having to be quick. While her hair slowed her down, she imagined that she could even keep up with some of the boys in getting ready. At least, the boys that actually bathed. She didn't use makeup on regular days but instead waited for special occasions such as seeing someone important that wasn't use to trainers. Maybe she would also put some on when she got to the Elite Four. But for the everyday life of a trainer, the things she
Embers to the Flame: Part 8"Just a sprained leg and a few burns, but he will be okay with just some treatment and a good night's rest," the nurse said.Embers to the Flame: Part 8 by DJ0Hybrid
"Thank goodness, I actually thought it was something much worse," Ambre commented, comfortably seated on the bed on the opposite side. She watched as the nurse then pulled out a small, green bottled and gently sprayed all over the Lucario closely, almost all the spray on him.
"Just rub it if it burns, okay? And don't take a bath or anything till tomorrow morning. I would also stay out of the rain else you would just wash it off," she said to the Lucario. He just nodded. With a smile, the nurse got up and collected her medical bag. "Good. If you need anything, don't hesitate to come to the front desk for help."
"Thanks again," Ambre replied.
The nurse gave a nod and left the them alone.
No one made a sound in the room. Ambre listened to the nurse's footsteps as she walked down the hall. Once the nurse was far enough away, she asked, "You're trying to spy on me, ar