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 (!) Back to the Water Hole, Seeking: Lillipup
Aria Wolfe
 Posted: 8/31/17, 10:27 pm
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It was the next day, and Aria had returned with even more water and supplies this time. The Tauros she had come across the day before was near dead it was so dehydrated and weak. The handsome fellow was now resting comfortably in her hospital ICU getting the fluids and care he needed. As badly as she wanted to stay with him, she knew he was in good hands and would need to rest. Plus, more pokémon like him could be stranded out here. The water source being dried up was really affecting not only the wild pokémon but the neighboring towns as well.

She knew she couldn't do much about the dry watering hole, unfortunately. However, she had already saved one pokémon and that was encouragement enough. Her and Arashi marched right back to where they started yesterday. To Aria's surprise, the bowls of water she had left yesterday were empty! For a second she worried they had just evaporated in this heat, but that couldn't be possible. The large bowls held enough water, it would have taken several days for the water to evaporate. That meant that wild pokémon really were drinking from them! She was making a difference!

Her and Arashi got right to it, refilling the water bowls that were already there and placing new ones out a little farther from the empty pond. She made sure to place them in shade if she could to help keep the water cool. Arashi helped by trotting ahead, sniffing for any dangers, and listening for any cries for help. So far, he hadn't come across anything yet. After all of the bowls she brought were placed and full, Aria took a seat next to a tree to catch her breath. Arashi joined her and they shared some water for themselves...


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 Posted: 9/3/17, 11:53 am
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a wild herdier appeared!




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 Posted: 9/5/17, 07:27 pm
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The Herdier was watching. The woman and her pokemon were filling the bowls of water that had come to magically appear in the gulch. Had they been the ones to put them there? This made the most sense to the dog pokemon. He had been grateful to find the refreshment upon realizing the pond had dried up. The dry heat often did that to water supplies, and it had yet to rain in the gulch for many days. What would elicit such a kind action from a complete stranger? Did she have business here?

The dog pokemon continued to watch the woman, right up until the point to which she came to retire under a tree with her Pikachu. Her pokemon had helped her to achieve her goal, a fact that came to amuse the Herdier all the more. The girl and her pokemon did not seem, at least in the Herdier's opinion, to be looking for praise. It was rare to find a person that did good deeds simply for the sake of doing them. Perhaps she would be just as kind when being approached? It was worth a shot. The Herdier was far too curious about the girl to stay away.

So, the wild pokemon approached slowly. He was not cautious, not by any means. He exuded an air of confidence, one that would, undoubtedly, speak for his character. The Herdier feared very little. An optimist by nature, the dog pokemon was the sort to make decisions and see them through. Outcomes were of little consequence to the Herdier, not once he had resolved to follow his heart.

~Hello,~ he greeted with a bow of his head. It was a simple greeting, but it got the job done all the same. The dog pokemon looked first to the girl, and then to her companion. After a moment he spoke again, ~many have benefitted from the work you've done here. We thank you.~

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 Posted: 9/6/17, 10:16 pm
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After wiping some sweat from her forehead under her bangs, Aria caught some movement in the grass out of the corner of her eye. Arashi had, of course, already picked up on the sound and his ears twitched and stood erect. "Chu?" he questioned softly, alerting her. Aria gave him a nod, which was actually pointless since they were both focused on the movement ahead. Seconds later, a medium-sized pokémon stepped out towards them. It looked like a cute scruffy dog with long fur and whiskers. Aria felt her heart rate quicken, instantly excited and interested.

The dog approached them casually and confidently. If it was fearful at all it was quite successful at hiding it. It kept its eyes on them both though as it trotted forward and came to a stop in front of them. Arashi had cautiously stepped slightly in front of Aria, on high alert but not on the offensive just yet. The pokémon spoke, and just as Aria had suspected, his voice sounded calm and confident. Although she couldn't understand him, she offered a wide, excited smile in hopes of giving off a welcoming appearance. She trusted that Arashi would carry the conversation and she'd try to pick up on any body movements that might give hints as to what they were saying.

Hello! he responded, and when the pokémon gave a bow, Arashi did as well. My name is Arashi, and this is my guardian. Her name is Lisa, he explained, using his hand to point at himself and at Aria. She grinned, understanding that he was introducing them both. "Hi there!" she added. The two continued. Ahh, well that's great to hear! We noticed the bowls were empty from yesterday so we really hoped pokémon were taking advantage of them. Are you doing okay out here? Is there anything else we can help with? he asked, softening his tense muscles now that he was sure the wild pokémon was not a threat.


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Aria Wolfe
 Posted: 9/9/17, 09:22 pm
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After Arashi and the newcomer spoke for a bit, Aria explained why she was out here trying to help the wild pokémon in any way she could. She explained that she ran a pokémon rescue facility and that any time there were natural disasters or instances that affected wild pokémon and their ability to thrive, she tried to help. "I realize bowls of water every day isn't going to bring the water hole back, but it's at least some relief until the next major rainfall or until the pokémon can migrate elsewhere." she explained. The cute little dog seemed to understand and was rather impressed by her efforts. After a good bit of chatting, Aria offered to bring him to her rescue where he could rest up, and get consistent meals and water. After he had his fill he could choose to leave or stay. She even offered to bring him back here if he would like. Instead, he agreed to join her in her efforts and help rescue other wild pokémon that may be out here struggling. Aria was thrilled to have him by her side.


Aria befriended the wild Herdier!
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