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Old 05-22-2011, 10:59 AM
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Default Tides of Freelance~Nigh Ruin [PG] ~The Fic~

Brought to you by Sabi R.

Rating: PG 13 for violence, mild language, mild blood

Scribbly Notes from Sabi R.:
As anyone who has been to the RP boards before, the title may seem a bit familiar. Tides of Freelance, AKA ToF, was first posted as an RP and it unfortunately died a bit. It was originally a fan fiction idea, however being a role player, wanted to try it out as an RP first. Now, I have decided to put the entirely of ToF into it's originally proposed fan fiction format in it's three part trilogy.

I haven't written actual stories in awhile so I'll do my best to satisfy your literate palette. I enjoy comments and any helpful tips to help my suspense and or actiony sequences.

The story of ToF will include familiar characters I've used in previous RP's before, and some that are new. ToF will follow the stories of four individuals, at first, on their own of which will all cross more than once if not permanently in the RP, so don't get confused if I'm suddenly talking about something completely unrelated to the last chapter.

Pleaes enjoy my stuff and remember, Sabi likes her comments. Feel free to ask or PM me any questions involving the Fic itself, I will certainly get back to you on it. ^^

Chapter 1: Foreshadowing Skies

A jolt from sleep sent the young woman into a dizzy frenzy. As the room span around her, the young dark haired female put her hand against her head firmly, trying to make everything stop rotating. She pulled her blanket from over herself and tried to sit up properly, only to have her head reach a higher state of vertigo.

“The dream...” She whispered. “That one felt so real...”

The young woman felt something warm and smooth push against her face. Turning to see what it was, she found a smile come across her face when her eyes met that of another pair in a deep crimson. Anything else of the beast was not seen in the dark room. The woman smiled and managed to stand up, grabbing her blanket she had left on the floor earlier and pulled it over her head. She tidied her dark hair and patted the bits of gravel off her pants that she had been laying in the past few hours.

“Not much of a bed when your pillow is a tail and your blanket your own sweater...” She commented, brushing the dust and dirt from her clothing. “Still, I’d take your flaming tail over a hotel bed any day Asharas. Just saying ‘good morning Shay’ also does wonders.”

Asharas, stood up, stretching her pair of black and crimson wings and swishing her flaming tail behind her. She had a content smile on her face and nodded at her Trainer’s comment. The large shiny Charizard moved her tail around to show Shay where she had left her bag for the night. Dirt quietly crunched under her shoes and she went to pick up her bag and her Gatsby hat off the ground. All the while the two were listening to the silence, half hoping it would be broken, and half wishing it wouldn’t.

Shay swung her pack onto her back and started walking in the direction she remembered to be the way out. Asharas followed her as quietly as a Pokemon her size could. The Trainer pondered thoughts about the poor state of the cavern, or more specifically, Cerulean Cave. In the past, one of the most restricted area’s in Kanto because the Pokemon inside were very powerful and traveling in such a place alone was not for the faint of heart. Instead of haunting cries of strong Pokemon from distant tunnels echoing along the walls, silence lathered itself over every stone and crevice. Shay remembered from when she was much much younger with her father. It was frightening how short a time the government took control over most of the known world.

It was more than thirteen years ago when the government started to implement laws about Pokemon training, restricting it to those of a certain age with a license. Then it was again, altered to training and battling being completely prohibited, and only simple ownership of Pokemon on a ‘pet’ basis was allowed. The laws started in a select few areas before it began to spread like wild fire. Shay remembered the news broadcasts about protestors at City Hall’s, in town squares, anything and anywhere they could. Then there came men in uniform bearing a very unique insignia, but anyone knew they were special forces. They started to take everyone’s Pokemon away, and arrested anyone they could. No one escaped the first protests, but that didn’t stop more from coming.

Shay stopped when she could see light that wasn’t from Asharas’ flame. She quieted herself even more and began to walk in near unison with the silence. Her Charizard followed. The Trainer was not one to be caught by the special forces, the ones who were called the Enforcing Neutralization Division of Government. Everyone called them ENDoG’s, and that name fit them well in Shay’s mind. The thought of them made her anger burn inside her chest. They were the people who made everything possible for one side, and impossible for the rest.

Once Shay could see the mouth of Cerulean Cave, she stopped and leaned against the stony wall for a moment. Sticking her hand in one of her pack’s side pocket, she pulled out a small radio. She turned the small machine on, set the volume on low, and started turning the dial. Nothing but static could be heard for a few minutes with the occasional high pitched squeal of a dying signal.

“Hmm...nothing so--”

Then there it was. The faint signal os a man speaking. shay listened intently at the sounds, as the signal was weak and not being picked up properly. Shay only made out bits of the message.


Shay didn’t understand the first part, but she could guess what the second one was. Asharas didn’t like the sounds of the last part either. Shay decided it was time to bounce and get on the sky way again. She turned off the radio and stuck it back in her pack, mounting her Charizard in the process. Asharas took a few mighty flaps of her wings to get off the ground and out of the cave mouth, and only a few more to get herself higher into the sky. Shay held herself down to prevent as much drag as she possibly could as the black and crimson creature ascended higher and higher into the sky at a rapid rate.

Soon the pair were at cloud height and Asharas was soaring at her usual cruising speed, of which was rather fast for ‘cruising’. Shay took her backpack off of herself and put it on her Charizard’s front side, using the straps as a set of handles. The old sack was well worn from aerial travel but it still had a ways to go before it was completely rags and stray thread. The girl pulled her hood on over her hat and stuck her arms under the straps, against Asharas’ rotating shoulders. The Pokemon was used to them being there, so much in fact she wasn’t able to fly her fastest without Shay’s arms almost massaging the muscles as they would go into overdrive.

“It’s time we revisited Unova again Asharas. If that message was anything we’re guessing, ENDoG is going to do something that's going to get everyone’s attention.”

The Charizard growled in compliance with a quick turn of her head towards her trainer.

“Yes...we can try to look for the other resisting members...maybe someone has...” Shay trailed of when her train of thought was broken by something. “...whistling...”

Asharas turned back again with a confused and questioning look on her face.

“I hear whistling...”

Shay looked up and only saw a flash that made her impulsively force her elbow down onto her Charizard’s wing to avoid the thing that was whistling. Asharas stumbled a bit before catching herself on her wings again, looking around as to what was going on.


Shay looked down and found a very frustrated Skarmory just a few dozen feet below them, looking for an updraft to be on the same altitude with them. Shay bolted around and found just above the cloud cover, was a flock consisting of a Staraptor, a Fearow, an Aerodactyl, and a very battle scarred Braviary. What made this flock even worse was that they were all mounted.

Asharas didn’t need a memo to make a break for it.

“Damn it to hell...they must of been close enough to trace the radio.” Shay muttered, clinging to the back of her Charizard. “Five of them at once isn’t going to be easy to shake.”

Shay knew that she was going to need some back up on this one as the ENDoG officers called on her to cease and desist to no avail. Asharas kept flying as fast as she would, not giving a chance for the Skarmory to take a second diving run at her. Shay looked back, knowing the odds were against them, especially with that Aerodactyl adamant on closing the space between them. Between trying to move forward and banking suddenly left and right, that was going to happen. Asharas spat hot flames at the Skarmory, showing it no mercy whatsoever despite being unable to hit it directly. Shay knew she wasn’t trying to hit it directly, not yet anyway.

The Trainer and Charizard knew clouds weren’t an option, as they risked an ambush or being cut off. Shay kept looking around in all directions, trying to keep tabs on five different birds. She noticed that the Braviary hung back a bit, giving away the fact he was the head honcho of this squad if not all the scars on his mount. He would be the last thing to worry about.

Shay gripped a Pokeball in her hand tightly and nudged her Charizard in the shoulder. Asharas nodded and roared, charging downward at the pesky Skarmory that was attempting to have his Staraptor friend in on the diving action. Wings tucked in slightly, the Charizard dove down on an angle at the two birds. They easily dodged by moving on either side of the shiny Pokemon, letting her end up right into a cloud. The Fearow saw it’s opportunity and swooped down, looking at the cloud for any dar spot to take aim at. Once it saw the slightest glint, the Fearow’s rider jumped up and onto the nearby Skarmory as the great crane-like avian began to spiral downwards towards Asharas with it’s well known and robust Drill Peck. The cloud spun away as the Fearow met something hard at a glance. He had a satisfied look on his face, coming to a stop to ascend into the sky and watch and see the damage he caused.

What he saw was Asharas making it out of the cloud, unscathed. The Fearow cried out in frustration and found a burning pain in his side. Looking at his plumage, he found pointed stones stuck under the feathers, almost unseen. Soon his mount returned, noticing the damage soon after he was settled, and started puling out the rocks.

“What the hell was that?!”

The Skarmory rider came to seen what was going on as well. “Charizard can’t learn a Stone Edge technique so what did that little bit--”

A flash of blue and green bolted across the back of the sun and into the side of the Skarmory rider. Stumbling a bit, both officers looked around frantically to see what it was.

Turning to follow the path of Shay, was a shiny Flygon, one with a very unamused and rather pissed off look on his face. He had taken some damage from the Drill Peck before, but this Flygon was a persistent and relentless fighter.

“Fyslow, keep any within hearing off.” Shay instructed.

Fyslow nodded and broke off from the formation, diving down into another cloud. Shay kept onto her Charizard, watching for anyone that looked like they were going to try and bomb them again.

The officers in pursuit were clearly unhappy. The one riding the Braviary decided it was time to change tactics.

“Kill the damn renegade if you have to just get her out of the sky.”

Shay didn’t hear that order but getting away was nonetheless a priority. Soon the Aerodactyl was on their tail. It opened it’s great maw, gathering up power in a glistening sphere between it’s fangs. Shay looked back and recognized the attack as Ancient Power. Asharas was nudged once again in a different manner, and immediately shut her wings, dropping a bit and throwing off the aim of the prehistoric beast. Aggitated, it moved quickly, appearing next to Asharas almost immediately and slammed her with his powerful tail. The Charizard growled in pain, diving down a bit more in order to regain balance and some distance.

Looking ready to strike again, it began to dive after Shay, accelerating quickly. Once the Aerodactyl had another Ancient Power attack readied to be fired, it released the attack, though only to be meat with a slam on it’s snout from Fyslow. To the shock of the mount, his aerial ride was returned to his Poke Ball, and the officer was left to plummet towards the ground. Fyslow had a smirk of satisfaction as he dashed away after a successful Dragon Tail attack.

With one less threat in the air, one trying to dive after a falling human, that left two others to focus on. Shay looked around to find Fyslow getting back into their formation again, feeling good about escaping the flying five. Fyslow was content on beating the living daylights out of all these birds and was ready for another round. Shay looked around quickly again to make note of where their pursuer’s were.

‘Aerodactyl was gone for the moment and Fearow went after him, Staraptor and Skarmory are well behind us...wait...where is--’


Everything shook and shay felt everything go wrong. Asharas cried out in pain and started to slow, and fall down by the pull of gravity, along with Shay at her back. Her question she never even finished asking, was answered. Just where Asharas was flying only seconds ago was the bulky Braviary, claws glowing from the aftermath of a Crush Claw attack. Fyslow, who was just behind Shay at the time, stopped, and immediately became infuriated. He summoned up a Stone Edge and rammed himself into the large burgundy eagle, coming into a dive after his trainer.

Shay couldn’t see much pasted the blinding wind as she and her partner fell in gravity’s grip. Asharas fumbled and flapped her wings, trying to regain balance, but the attack did something fierce to her side, and stretching her wings out pained her deeply. Shay held on for dear life, trying to see what was below them. All the young woman saw was glints of blue between her squinted blinking. That only meant one thing: water.

Shay was able to see better looking left and right, and all she saw was more of the same. They were over the ocean. Shay, knowing that any time in that water after falling from a distance like that would severely harm her Charizard, tried to get her to open up her wings. After failed attempts, Shay heard a cry behind her, and turned around to try and see what it was, scanning the clouds with her greyish blue eyes. She became relieved when she saw it was a flash of blue and green.

Fyslow flapped and tucked in to try and gain on his falling companions. Shay knew that any longer and there would be no time to get out of this alive. Shay pulled out her Charizard’s Poke Ball and called her beloved dragon back. With nothing to hold onto but her back pack, Shay knew that the only thing that was left was for Fyslow to catch her. The Flygon made one last push and found his trainer in his small arms. He felt triumphant at his success, though took one look at the ocean below. Knowing he had to brake, Fyslow opened his wings out wide and did his best to try and slow down. Even after what seemed like hours of trying to stop, his speed did not slow by much at all.

Fyslow knew that he could not slow down in time, and Shay awaited the painful greeting of the ocean below.

And it agonized their bodies when it did.
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Chapter 2: Mental and Concrete

‘Clang, clang, clang’

“Up and at ‘em you low life excuses for humans.”

A young woman giggled to herself quietly in her bed, or at least what was provided for her as such a thing. She twisted herself around and neatly tucked her black hair behind her one ear, leaving her hair to cover her whole left half of her face. She had pale skin and her eyes looked clouded over in white, barely making her blue eyes noticeable. She wore a black tank top and military grade cargo pants, as provided by those who were housing her. she also wore a pair of dog tags, as was mandatory just in case there was an accident or disciplinary action had to be taken.

There were moans and groans as the clanking metal walked it’s way along the long hall way, men women, even teenagers looking no older than thirteen were all stuck in these cells. An officer in a black and grey uniform, bearing the black and white emblem of a Genesect silhouette with the letters ‘ENDG’ on the left side. His build was extremely muscular and had one of those mustaches that screamed biker gang. His baldness didn’t seem to fit.

“You, Enji. What you smiling about hmm?” he demanded in a gruff voice.

The young woman pointed at herself for a moment.

“Me? I’m happy to be going outside today sir.” she replied plainly.

The officer just looked at her with an odd gaze and proceeded to wake up the rest of the people in the cell block. “Weird ass witch...”

The woman just watched the guard go past, waiting for her door to open. She could hear the doors opening up two by two down the long hallway, slowly making their way down to her cell. She stepped out once the door clattered open with a screech, and followed the other inmates down towards the courtyard doors outside. The air about her was highly unusual as everyone kept a good few feet away from the half smiling prisoner.

“You look like you’re planing something Jingka...”

The girl turned her head around at the one prisoner who was across from her cell. She smiled from under her dark hair.

“Nothing of the sort, unless you would count planning on having a good day. That’s why I’m not wearing shoes after all.”

The man who addressed Jingka just rolled his eyes. Jingka kept with the massive flow outside until the crowd could finally disperse into the courtyard. In actuality, the courtyard was nothing but a plain concrete slab with walls extending upward and a watchtower looming above them like a hungry Mandibuzz. Jingka looked up at it and saw a single, masked and armed guard looking around with his rifle in hand. He seemed to be the only one on guard, which seemed unusual for today. Jingka wondered why as a few more officers tried to gather everyone up into a group and claim their undivided attention. She looked at the warden and left and right hands standing next to her. At her side was a Linoone, looking at every other person like they were garbage and dust under her paws. The other two officers stood as still as a cold Druddigon, but Jingka noticed one was occasionally looking at the Linoone. He must of had a bad experience with it, meaning he was either new, or stupid, as she concluded in her head. She knew that stupidity didn’t run in the ENDoG’s forces, so he must of been new.

The Warden herself wore a black wide brim hat that hid most of her blonde hair under a shadow, but her striking green eyes were clear from under the hat. She wore a bulletproof ENDoG vest, a pair of gloves and military pants that were tucked into her boots. She was taller than her other two assisting officers and was certainly more athletic than them. She let her arms hang down at her sides until she started speaking, moving her hands for emphasis on what she was saying.

“Alright you lot.” The Warden began. “You are here because you think that you’d know how to better run the region than our elected government. This not only makes you unintelligent, but also hypocrites.”

“Certainly not buttering anything up...” Jingka whispered to herself aloud.

The Warden paused, almost hearing Jingka’s words. She ignored them for the moment and continued lecturing the entire prison facility.

“You have two options in my prison: one is to cooperate and you may be allowed to released into ENDoG employment, the other is to remain here and waste away like a pack of Trubbish.”

“Only those two?”

The Warden stopped and looked right in the direction Jingka’s voice had come from. Other prisoners who were at least twice her size and with a far more athletic build quickly stood aside, intimidated by the Warden’s gaze. Jingka on the other hand, kept a rather optimistic expression on her face. The Warden was not amused.

“Who the hell are you?”

“My name is Jingka. I’ve been here awhile.”

“You’ve been here awhile...” the Warden scoffed. “You do know who I am...don’t you?”

Jingka nodded. “You are the Warden, but judging by your demeanor, how your Linoone acts and the way you carry your magnum on your waist, you were previously in the police force. I would say, working on the capture of large criminal groups, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to handle such a large group with ease, as no one can be trained to do that without some sort of experience, and judging by the way everyone parted when you looked in my direction, you’ve been from place to place before your skill was noticed by the government and they brought you on their team.”

The Warden quickly took her magnum in hand and pointed it at Jingka. She didn’t hesitate or flinch at the fact there was now a gun pointed at her head.

“How the hell do you know all that...”

“You told me.” Jingka answered. “Well...not directly, just your person did. I like reading, especially people, always been a useful hobby of mine.”

“I don’t believe a word of’ve got one more chance--”

“That’s what everyone says.” Jingka cut off. “If you would like to prove me wrong, why not a battle? That way I can show that I can read like I say I do. You wouldn’t want to waste a perfectly good bullet on someone like me without being sure. Besides, you can always shoot me after.”

The Warden thought for a moment. She didn’t like the idea of a bloody mess first thing in the afternoon, and battling to prove she was the number one around here seemed like a bit of fun. After thinking for a moment in the dead silence of the courtyard, the Warden put her gun down and back into it’s holster.

“Rick, get this prisoner a Pokemon. Something nice.” She instructed. “The rest of you to the wall or I’ll be the one shooting you.”

Everyone with the exception for Jingka moved without a word. The sun beating down, the remaining prisoners looked for any it of shade they could find and crowded in it like a flock of bird Pokemon all aiming to sit in a single tree. Jingka looked around at everyone, finding their obedience a bit funny. She looked back towards the doors and found the small skinny officer coming back to her with a pair of Pokeballs, and dragging a Ninetales behind him with a leash. The Warden looked at the officer questionably.

“I’m sorry ma’am, but this confiscated Ninetales is having technical problems with his Pokeball...we’re trying to figure it out.”

“Maybe beating the crap out of it will get it in there...stand off to the side and watch the rest of the lot.”

Jingka removed the leash off the Ninetales and pet him nicely. “That feels better doesn’t it?”

The fox Pokemon didn’t respond with anything but a slightly evil glint in his eyes. Jingka looked at the other Pokeball and opened it up. With a flash out came a small Sableye who was taken by the bright light. She didn’t seem to like it much, but seeing the Pokemon made the woman smile. On the other end, the Warden motioned for her Linoone to take a battle position and released another one of her Pokemon. Once the white light had faded, it revealed a scarred up Crawdaunt who Jingka noted looked like he had a fierce attitude problem.

“A double will really show if I have to shoot you or not.”

Jingka smiled. “Whatever you say Warden!”

“Bubblebeam and Shadow Ball.”

Jingka saw that the Warden didn’t need to command which Pokemon was to do what move, as they already knew. Jingka watched the Crawdaunt carefully as he let loose a pressurized stream of bubbles at her Ninetales, and as the Linoone took a running charge at her Sableye despite it being a ranged move. Jingka noticed something particular about how the Crawdaunt moved when using his Bubblebeam attack, and saw the Linoone was probably not any good at ranged, hence why she jolted forward using momentum to power up the attack, before letting it loose at a closer range to make it seem more powerful than it would be if the Pokemon just shot it from where she was.

“Will-o-wisp and Confuse Ray you two!”

The Ninetales and Sableye reacted by switching their positions swiftly. The small gem covered imp ducked under the stream of bubbles intended for it’s Ninetales partner with a large flaming blue orb in hand. Throwing the orb in a screwball fashion, Crawdaunt stopped his bubble assault and tried to jump over the Will-o-wisp, only to me mildly burnt by it on the way down on one of his legs. Ninetales’ eyes glimmered in a dark purple as he charged for the Linoone, who had the ghostly blob hurdling towards the fox. The Ninetales took the hit, looking unfazed by it, and let loose a flurry of purple beams from his tail.

“Crabhammer and Heabutt now!”

The Warden’s Crawdaunt, furious about such a pesky little thing hitting him with a fire attack no less, raised both of his thick heavy pincers and started to throw both of them at the Sableye. Linoone zipped past each purple blast of the Ninetales Confuse Ray, waiting for a good moment to give her opponent a heavy hit in the chest. Jingka knew that it wasn’t time to really shame the Warden yet, though she was understanding how the Warden battled.

“Sucker Punch and Tail Slap!”

Sableye moved quickly and reappeared under Linoone and giving her a swift slug in the gut while Ninetales quickly made his way over to Crawdaunt, tumbling over himself and striking the crab with his many tails. The Warden sneered a bit, watching the Ninetales and for a moment, she thought something was off.

“Scald and Headbutt again!”

Jingka saw her opportunity come. Everything in her mind worked in slow motion for the moment, she saw the Crawdaunt swing over his right pincer just a few seconds before his left one. He was shifting his weight to add power to his attack. The Warden’s Linoone lead her dash with her left foot which meant if her left foot was attacked, it would slow the Pokemon down.

“Tail Slap his legs left and Power Gem at the ground!”

Ninetales swung his back end around in a sweep, taking out Crawdaunt’s smaller front legs, throwing him off balance and having him tumble forward. His pincers were open and blasting out his Scald attack in another direction and all over the concrete. The Sableye was stuck standing in boiling water but the Linoone was moving to fast to stop before rushing into a large puddle of boiling water. The water burned her paws and slowed her down significantly. Sableye jumped back, charging a large golden orb between his claws and threw it at the pair before it was finished charging, knowing well enough that the impact would spray the steaming water further onto the other two.

Jingka could see that the Warden wasn’t too happy about the result of what just happened, even if her Pokemon were still standing. Jingka’s Sableye was having a hard time staying on her feet due to being burnt from the Scald attack, though it didn’t seem to bother her Ninetales. The Warden watched the Fox Pokemon’s face; he was giving her some evil half smile, tails twitching and having some purple haze around them that was almost unnoticeable in the light.

“That Ninetales isn’t normal...” the Warden calls from across the field as her pair got up.

Jingka giggled, less cheerfully as before. “Why no, he isn’t. He’s quite special actually, and a handful.”


“Now as I recall, you called us all unintelligent...well that may be true for some of us in here but generalizing is something you can make a bad habit out of.” Jingka seemed to be chastising the Warden herself now. “Did you ever think that one of the reasons you couldn’t return Kin was because...”

“Get her under confinement and those Pokemon NOW!”

“I’ll just have to show you then.” Jingka said with a sigh. “Kin darling, if you please.”

Without a seconds hesitation, the Ninetales stood up and let loose a fierce Ominous Wind attack, his tails glowing a deep purple. Everything in the courtyard turned into a hazy torrent of wind and dust and bits of moisture. This was in no way all of Kin’s doing, and Jingka knew it.

The guard on the one watch tower immediately sprung into action, aiming his rifle at Jingka. Before he could pull the trigger, something quickly started wrapping around him and capturing him in a coil. The officer looked and found it was a Drifblim. He struggled and squirmed to get free but the ballon would not let go.

As Kin’s attack continued, all the prisoners in the courtyard started to either run inside for their own lives, or try to escape. The Warden called in more guards to try and detain the chaos, and find Jingka. Jingka had taken her favorite Sableye in hand, and her other Drifblim in another, letting the ghost inflate herself until she started to slowly float over the walls. The Warden’s Linoone has no clear straight shot at them in all the chaos, and her Crawdaunt was firing blasts of water at anyone else who was running around like a headless Torchic. Finally, Kin ceased his Ominous Wind attack, his tails no longer emanating a purple hue. Instead out of his tales came a Haunter who was looking rather cheeky. Her eyes glowed a dark pink and picked up Kin with a Psychic attack as she floated away with her Trainer.

“Mosaic!” Jingka called out.

The Drifblim that was holding the armed guard on the tower started to change into something else. Soon enough, what was the Drifblim was actually a Smeargle. The Smeargle took off like a flash using Extremespeed to join her Trainer in the escape, making it to the other side of the wall before anyone else did. The armed guard she was choking earlier fell to the floor with a heavy thud and was unmoving.

Once Jingka could see a space over the concrete wall, she let go of her Drifblim, letting the balloon fly upwards, now much lighter without the human weight, and letting Jingka drop down to the ground. Her Haunter let Kin down and repossessed his tails once more before they all took off into the dense forests ahead of them.

It was then Jingka felt the most free again, running along side her dark Kin with her Sableye on her shoulder, and Drifblim overhead, hiding in the clouds. The young woman wondered why there hadn’t been anyone following her yet after a few moments. She started to slow down, getting a bad feeling about her escape. Something was wrong, and she knew it.

After a sound of a gunshot, she left a sharp pain in her shoulder and cried out in pain. After a second one, everything went black. Jingka could still hear things, and she heard scuffling foot steps and felt herself being carried away.

‘I probably shouldn't of stopped...’
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