Trial and Error [And Tides of War] [Mission/Plot] Dec 9, 2017 7:55:08 GMT -8
Post by Dasha Laska on Dec 9, 2017 7:55:08 GMT -8
Dasha could feel something, indeed, but what it was didn’t actually fully register. The hairs on the back of her neck had started to stand on end, and she felt the need to run around? It wasn’t quite paranoia but perhaps a sense of restless energy. She did her best to pay attention as Kai spoke, but it was clear from her bouncing gaze that she might have been drawing in more for herself than what Kai’s words had to offer. Be on your best behavior… Mmmmm. Even as a tease, she’d keep it in mind.
As the woman greeted them, Dasha gave a small head nod to her. As the trial was explained, she found her gaze zeroing in on the box. She wanted to ask how many keys there were but got tripped up by the commentary on needles combat. What did— Good luck. A soft sigh, and Dasha combed her fingers through her hair briefly before shaking her head. “As ready as I’ll ever be— Bright?” The Pikachu had wandered forward and seemed to have climbed up a series of steps in the short time that they had been there. Had she sensed something, or was she just interested in seeing the place? Dasha’s brow quirked, but she found herself wandering after the Pikachu.
Walking up the path, Dasha would stop short on seeing the Alakazam settled in a small inlet, her hands on her long whiskers as she considered the puzzle before her. Dasha squinted taking in the puzzle as best she could from where she was before actually catching sight of what she guessed was the key piece. It certainly didn’t look like anything else in the area with that bright gold coloring so—
Bright Star, meanwhile, had wandered right up to the Alakazam, catching her attention and then causing her gaze to raise to the humans that were her companions. A small hand was raised, and a soft wave was given before she beckoned them over. Dasha bit her lip but walked forward to stare at the spokes and the rings.
<Would you help me solve this?> The Alakazam’s psychic voice resounded in Dasha’s head for a moment. <It’s a supposedly simple puzzle, but you cannot move more than one ring at a time and can only stack smaller rings on top of larger ones. Quite a fun little thing but I’m having trouble with it.>