Frozen Heart [Treasure] Apr 30, 2018 9:35:51 GMT -8
Post by Nox Korrik on Apr 30, 2018 9:35:51 GMT -8
The mountains was not a place Nox generally enjoyed visiting. But the wild areas outside of Aleal City were about the only place where there was still snow on the ground. Which meant it was a very good place to bring his newly obtained Alolan Vulpix and his young Amuara to frolic and play. This, of course, meant he didn't need to worry about them overheating in the sun and getting sick. Sure, they were generally pretty good at keeping themselves cooled down, but being able to let them play without a need to constantly fluctuate their body temperatures in order to keep themselves cool was a blessing. Xeo was bounding here and there, pouncing at shadows and snowflakes as the breeze caused little flurries in their path. Eira was more sedate, walking along a little ahead of Nox and seemingly just enjoying the view. Nox wondered if she missed her mother and brother. She didn't act depressed or anything of the sort, but he couldn't help but wonder if she was thinking of them as she watched a flurry of snow dance around her feet. He rarely, if ever, went anywhere without having Noire and Sorey at his side as well. The Absol and Sylveon had been with him the longest and their presence was comforting in these unknown wilds. He trusted them to have his back no matter what.
It was Eira who found the entrance to the caverns and decided to do some exploring. Xeo bounded after her, happy to be exploring with his new family, and Nox could only smile and follow them. As the walked and it began to get darker in the caves, he pulled out his flashlight from his pack so that they could see where they were going. He had no idea what they might find but with the amount of noise his group was currently making he doubted any wild pokemon would harass them. "Alright guys. I think it's time to go back. There's nothing to see here." He said after a while. Eira and Xeo turned to look at him with pleading expressions while Sorey tightened the ribbon around his wrist ever so slightly and gave it a few tugs as if to say 'come one, what are you stopping for'. Nox rolled his eyes and sighed. "Fine. A bit longer then." After another couple minutes of walking, the beam of his flashlight shone on something sticking out from the rocky wall. Curious, Nox moved closer to inspect it.