.:ET - November Burns:..:☆彡:."Got any other bright ideas?", a leafeon spat out as she backed into a tree. The other three that were with her, a Gallade, a shiny Gardevoir, and a shiny Umbreon, likewise did the same. "Does it look like we do?!", the Gallade answered, the harshness in his tone matching the leafeon's. It had been a quiet evening in Espoir, the foursome exploring the woods in hopes of finding the cause for the scorch marks that scattered the forest. Up until now, everything had been fine. "Sera, Mark, now is not the time to fight each other!", the Gardevoir answered, slightly cringing as the female Pyroar started smelling her. There was a whole pride of them, with one sitting in the centre of them. They all seemed injured, the smell of charred and singed fur coming from several of them. Their last prey, a Typhlosion, had bested them. To the pride, it was a great loss, as the typhlosion was on his own, and it was a fire type like they were. But here, there were three who weren't fir
.:ET - I'm Yours:..:☆彡:.It was a bright, sunny morning in Espoir, and it well reflected the mood of the denizens. The feral spell had finally worn off on everyone, and everyone had a cherry mood today, thankful to have hands and legs back again, and able to finally walk and perform other simple tasks yet again. It came just in time too, as the seasons had changed and it was now autumn in Espoir, bringing cooler weather and the rather tedious task of leaf gathering as well. Amongst these happy and hard working townsfolk were none other than Luna and Mark. The two were home today from work, the latter being off and the former still recovering from her incident with a fearow in fetching a cure for the town residents. Though still sore and cut up, the Gardevoir insisted on being outside enjoying the crisp, fresh air, and watched as her Gallade friend busied himself between cleaning the fall leaves and keeping an eye on her, using her psychic abilities to help every once in awhile. "You know yo
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