- Feb 23, 2012
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While Lillian had noticed the large amount of people on the beach today, since it was a popular tourist spot, the one thing she didn't notice was anyone disturbing her while she was relaxing. She figured that it was her Binacle that was the cause; his loud, aggressive personality would probably scare other people away for fear of being attacked by it. It sure wasn't because of a lack of feminine charm on her end, Lillian silently mused to herself as she felt the warm embrace of slumber take over her, ready to take a nap while Farseer and Adrammelech did their thing. Adrammelech was still trying in vain to deal any meaningful amount of damage, furiously Scratching and blasting Farseer with a Water Gun, before he finally quit and took a break. "Your passion is admirable, Adrammelech, but again, I am simply too strong for you to fight alone. You must train before you can hope to defeat me." Adrammelech didn't respond, being thoroughly enraged by the Alomomola's words, but finding that he couldn't deny them. That Alomomola, for whatever reason, was shrugging off his attacks. He didn't know how.Crater Island
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A relaxing day under the warmth of morning sunlight is the reason why everyone visits Iridi Beach around this time of the year. To say that you’re not alone would be an understatement – up ahead, countless families populate the sandy shore, kids playing on the ticklish, mildly-electrified sand, adults sunbathing or going for a swim. Idyllic to be sure, but you didn’t come here to get stuck in a crowd – rather, you choose a nice spot some distance away from the nearest parasols and prepare to relax. The revolver you carry with you in case you’re disturbed – a decidedly curious choice of protection for a woman who adamantly refuses to let anyone die – turns out to be dead weight in your bag, as nobody dares approach you anyway, courtesy of the noisy, highly aggressive Binacle you brought along as company. Turns out his obnoxious personality is actually good for something.
Just as you’re about to drift off in a welcome slumber, blocking out the noise from nearby groups of people and Pokemon and just feeling the warm, gentle breeze of seaside air, something disrupts your inner peace and yanks you from your peaceful relaxation – screams coming from the water. You pull yourself up and look ahead: countless people are rushing out of the water in a panic, encouraged to do so by a couple of equally distressed-looking lifeguards who look like they haven’t got a clue what the hell’s happening.
You look over to Adrammelech and Farseer, but neither of them seem to understand what the commotion’s all about either, until you catch a bit of a fleeing man’s frantic talk on the phone.
- Yes! I mean no, I’m not hurt, but they got at least three dudes! They ate them alive! Yes – are you even listenin’? A freakin’ school of, yes! No, I’m not shittin’ you!
But… how? There has never been an incident of this kind on such a heavily-populated beach; but indeed, upon closer inspections, you do notice a red stain on the water growing larger in the distance… and there are still people on the water, struggling to beat the current and make it back to shore!
This is hardly the kind of break you had in mind. But there is chaos installed; there’s a bunch of very unfortunate folk still in the water, and an equally large number of wounded men and women on the shore bleeding out from Carvanha wounds.
What will your role be amidst all this commotion, if any?
The sound of screaming stopped everyone's thoughts as they look into the water where the screaming was coming from. Lillian in particular was snapped out of her relaxed state of mind, the screams sounding like someone who was running for their life. But given that they were a pretty far distance from anyone in particular, Lillian wasn't able to see exactly what was going on. There were people running out of the water in pure panic, lifeguards evacuating the people out of the water as quickly as they could, and some kind of odd splashing. None of it made sense, and when Lillian looked over to Farseer and Adrammelech, neither of them knew what was going on either, both of them shaking their heads. It was the man who was running by, talking on the phone that finally delivered some sort of explanation to the situation.
A school of Carvanha were attacking people in the water. Three people were already likely dead, and maybe more were likely to be injured from bite wounds. Lillian's mind was made up, and the stir in her emotions pointed that Nightingale thought of the same thing: we have to save those people. Lillian looked in her pack and picked out a Pokeball, throwing it into the air. "Surgei!" she said as the Pokeball opened, revealing a Yanmega that she had brought with her. "Alright you three, there is a pack of Carvanha attacking people in the water. While we don't know what the cause of this is, we have to keep people from getting hurt and dying. I'll be on medical detail. Farseer and Adrammelech, you're duty will be to rescue people out of the water. Farseer, make sure you give yourself some Aqua Rings to keep yourself healthy, they likely won't be happy if you're in the water with them. Surgei, I need you to rescue them from the air, preferably children first given your light frame. If you're attacked by the Carvanha, blast them back in the water with a Signal Beam. Hopefully they won't be too offensive towards you guys. Now, let's go!"
Lillian immediately grabbed her medical bag, looked to make sure that the gun was still in there, before dashing off towards the group of people on the beach. She wondered if she had brought enough medical supplies to adequately help everyone, but figured that more help would come, since this was a popular spot. Meanwhile, Farseer, Surgei, and Adrammelech all moved towards the group of people in the water still, aiming to get them out. Except for Adrammelech, however, who seemed to have other intentions in mind, as he performed another Shell Smash and darted a little to the right of everyone else; aiming towards the pack of Carvanha. "Adrammelech, no!" Farseer yelled out, but there was nothing more he could do. Adrammelech was determined to fight off the pack of Carvanha, even if only by himself. Lillian heard the yell and looked over, seeing the Binacle change course. She cursed to herself that he was being such a hothead when he should be helping other people, but something else drew her interest. The growing red stain in the water off in the distance. 'Is that blood? Or something else? Regardless, we can't investigate it now.'