|"When legends repeat, something will change"|
The words of BlueJay's gran the day before she sets off on her pokémon journey. Hoping to just have a normal journey through Sinnoh, it soon becomes clear that the legends have plans set in motion that will have BlueJay and Joanna struggling to stay human.
BlueJay's side, part11322/9/10 – Wednesday, 10:45pmBlueJay's side, part113 by TrainersofLegends
We can see Sinnoh now. We’ve had good winds, hit the right currents, so have made good time. I think we’ll be in Sunyshore tomorrow, then I don’t know how long to Snowpoint.
There’s something in my hold, but I’m not sure what. Something eating our food. And Ray seems to be staying down there quite a lot. Maybe it’s Rattata that he’s trying to catch.
We kinda made up after that spat on the docks. I guess I was snappy after being taken over, but it’s not really an excuse. But she helps out around the boat now, and I’ve been letting her sail it in shifts with me. I slept for a whole day in Lavaridge after sailing without sleep for that long, so I guessed I should probably let someone else learn to helm so I could sleep sometimes. Have also given up coffee. That run totally put me of it.
23/9/10 – Thursday, 10:45pm
There was a Delcatty in the hold. Plus kittens. Ray is lucky he’s still trav
Joanna's side, part121Sinnoh and KittensJoanna's side, part121 by TrainersofLegends
If there was anything that could lift the post Giratina mood, it was kittens. And that is exactly what we found.
After Fiore we continued on our way to Sinnoh, and it was during this time that Jay became rather annoyed about the food going missing. I kept assuring her that my dragons wouldn’t go near the hold, but since I didn’t have the same command over them even I eventually admitted that it was a possibility. Though I maintained my dragons couldn’t fit in there easily, and Venus just wouldn’t. She was the most well-trained of my pokémon, and when I asked her about the missing food I got a nice scratch for insolence. She stalked away from me and curled up in a huff at the far end of the boat.
Anyway. Eventually we discovered the cause of this, and thankfully it wasn’t my own pigs of pokémon. It was a stowaway, in the form of a rather elegant delcatty with pale, almost maroon fur on her ears and tail. But that wasn’t al
BlueJay's side, part11217/9/10 – Friday, 8:55pmBlueJay's side, part112 by TrainersofLegends
I left Ray, Yena and Absol behind on the boat. Actually, Ray never turned up when I called, so I guessed he wanted to stay. And I left Yena because he seems to like it on the ship. Plus, he’s a solitary one. Which is odd, for a creature that runs in packs in the wild. He fits in, but he’s a wingman of our pack, which means he’s out on his own a lot. And Absol seems to be drifting away from me now, keeping to himself more. I think he’s going to leave us. Which I’m sad about, but since I learned he was the messenger of Arceus and co., I guessed he would be leaving sometime. Doesn’t make it any much easier though. Hope he’ll still visit us sometimes.
Anyway, we’re in the Krokka tunnel just now. I think I’ve almost got us out, but I can’t be sure. It winds around, and if you’re not clear you come out in Lyra Forest.
18/9/10 – Saturday, 10:30pm
We met Alyss today. Just before Winton, she w
Joanna's side, part120FioreJoanna's side, part120 by TrainersofLegends
Jay offered to show me around Fiore which I leapt at like a manic joltik. Well it was a choice between exploring a region that I didn’t really know much about, or going up to Snowpoint, enduring the bitter cold and having tea and cakes with Jay’s mother.
Not much of a competition.
Fiore is rather pretty, I have to admit. I always kept Hoenn as a firm favourite, but I liked how wild it seemed to be. The lack of trainers meant that paths were much clearer, pokemon were shyer, less easy to approach. They’d watch us carefully from the trees or the rocks, not sure about us at all. It was like being in the deepest parts of Hoenn, where pokemon weren’t used to humans at all. And I quite liked it, though my pokemon started to get twitchy. Usually when we were travelling it meant battles, no battles meant they usually had to keep themselves busy, which for Flare and Whitetip meant annoying every pokemon and person they met.
I had to get some training tips from Jay&
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Gift - Babysitting Nyx “Thanks for this, Jay.”Gift - Babysitting Nyx by The-ShadowMaster
“Don’t mention it.” I shrugged. “You go out and have a good time.”
“We will.” Joanna grinned and shut the door behind her and Alex.
“Doubt they’ll remember it,” I murmured, heading back into the sitting room.
Jayden looked up. “That’s them off, then?”
I nodded, sitting down on the couch beside him. “Yep. And she’s still asleep?”
He gestured to the monitor on the table. “At the moment, yes.”
“Let’s hope she stays that way.” I bit back the next words, knowing I’d have to eat them sooner or later.
“They aren’t all that bad.”
“Yeah, well…” I leant my head on his shoulder, getting comfortable. “Makes it easier for us.”
Jayden stretched his arm around my shoulders, disturbing Sesser so that she cheeped and
Gift: Forina's Legendary They followed the absol into the cave, and it led them through dark tunnels that were only occasionally lit up through holes in the roof. Arlette slipped her hand into Aurora’s as they walked, trusting her sister to see better than she could. Nyx seemed unaffected, but still hung back beside them. Arc, behind them, snuffed and then snorted out a small flame, using it as a light for them.Gift: Forina's Legendary by The-ShadowMaster
“Thanks, Arc,” Soise murmured, glancing back.
When the absol stopped, they were in a cave with a huge crack above them; the comet was clearly visible in the dark sky above them.
Nyx looked up, biting her lip. “Our parents’ll be worried,” she said quietly.
“They’ll understand though, right?” Aurora crept to her side. “It’ll be fine.”
“We can always wish for them not to be.”
Nyx nodded, and then yelped as light washed over the cave. “What’s that?”
Commission: Never Challenge the NightGaleBad TimingCommission: Never Challenge the NightGale by The-ShadowMaster
I rest on the wheel, closing my eyes. Nothing was happening. This was good. Maybe I should head for Lavaridge again, see how they’re doing. What if I was too late?
Someone steps on the deck and I snap my eyes open, instantly on guard. Just Brith. She glances up and moves to adjust a rope.
“How’re you doing?”
I jump again as Jayden speaks from behind me. Hadn’t even heard him return to the ship.
“I’m fine.” I brush it off, because I was.
“Care for a fly, then?” He steps forward so he’s right behind me, placing a hand on my shoulder. “It’ll do you good to stop worrying for a bit.”
I hesitate, thinking about it. “Shouldn’t leave the ship.”
“Brith can look after it, can’t she?”
“He’s right, Blue.” Brith nods, glancing up as she hears her name. “Go for a flight.”
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