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Mia Reid

Not a moment after she'd found where the ring of fire landed, Mia heard something shuffling through the woods. The sound slowly grew louder. Without a doubt, it was headed towards her. She reached for her bow, ready to pull it out at a moment's notice. She was expecting some kind of beast, but much to her surprise, a pink unicorn emerged. Mia was at a loss for words as it began to speak, and seemed to recognize her from somewhere.

As the pony explained himself, everything became clear... almost. Normally, Mia would be doubtful, but what he said seemed to be the truth. The story he told did sound like something Trevor would do. She let out a long sigh. "Please tell me I won't have to babysit you." There was probably a lot more to this story. Before she could press him for more details, though, there were more important things to deal with. The fiery equine was using extremely powerful magic that should leave anyone completely incapacitated, and now there were raptors coming from the spaceship. There was only one question on her mind. "Trevor, where exactly are we?"
@Evanist@Kabling Do you two have time to post? We're still waiting on you.
Mia Reid

It took a moment for Mia to take in her surroundings. The artifact had warped her to an unfamiliar forest, next to the ruins of some kind of castle. Clearly, she was nowhere near Lucky City. She briefly considered exploring the ruins, since they were really the only landmark in sight. If there was something dangerous inside, then she could use the artifact to warp out. She'd just need to figure out how to use it first.

It was then that Mia noticed that the artifact was gone. Just a second ago, it was in her hand, and now it was nowhere to be found. She began searching the area around her, becoming more desperate as time went on. Of course, she found nothing. She knew that she didn't just lose track of it, so where could it have possibly gone?

A flash of light from the sky interrupted her thoughts. Until now, she hadn't noticed the Eclipse in the sky, but she most certainly noticed the ring of fire that it shot towards the ground. After taking note of where it landed, Mia decided that she should probably investigate. She dashed off towards the impact site, weaving her way through the thick vegetation. She was careful to stay low in order to avoid detection. Even if it was just a meteor or something, she likely wasn't the only one who decided to get a closer look.
Josh couldn't help but smile at Anthony's words of encouragement. "We've already done this once. And this time we've got a legendary on our side." He said, starting to think about their battle with Reshiram. It was won because of that one move. He'd seen Anthony use it before then as well, when they were fighting the first orb's guardian. As far as he knew, it wasn't something that Anthony had control over, but it didn't seem random, either. There had to be some way of triggering it, but how?

Though the guildmaster did fly into the bookcase, it wasn't enough to knock it on top of him. Still, Dexter was determined. He waited for a chance to knock him into the bookshelf again, but then the Bronzor decided to try tipping it over while the guildmaster was nowhere near it. He had a feeling that Rebecca's protests wouldn't do much to stop him, so he took things into his own hands... or paws, in this case. Rushing forwards, he sunk his teeth into the guildmaster's arm, trying to pull him towards the bookcase. Seeing the pink one with the ribbons nearby, he looked at her, then looked at the bookcase. Since his mouth was full, though, he couldn't really say anything, but he hoped that she would understand what he was trying to tell her.

The wooden stick didn't do much to Donovan's tough metal skin, though it did draw his attention away from the Salandit. As he turned to face the stick-wielding Gible and leapt forward, flailing his limbs wildly and trying to hit him with Metal Claw. As he landed, he felt the heat of flames on his backside, and though he hadn't been burned, it clearly did a fair bit of damage. "Fire only makes my rage burn even hotter!" He shouted, charging towards the source of the fiery attack.

Here she is!

Also, can I get an invite link to the Discord? That last one seems to have expired.

Edit: She has an appearance image now.
Hi. I know the thing says 'full', but I heard from Lugia that you have a spot open. Is it alright if I throw in a character?
I thought this was dead.

I'm still interested, though.
Since he hasn't posted anywhere in almost a month, I don't think he has time to post right now. I'm sure that when he does have time, he'll tell us.
A loud crashing sound came from the other room, followed by the sound of rushing water. Moments later, Anthony emerged, Pecha Berry in hand. "Ah! Thank you, Anthony." Josh said. By now, Reshiram had pulled himself free. Josh was keeping an eye on him, but couldn't quite tell whether or not he'd been poisoned.

With Reshiram on the field, the Ice-types guarding Kyurem's domain were toast. All that stood in their way now was Kyurem himself. Despite the brave face he was putting on, Josh was terrified. They won the battle against Reshiram through luck alone, and though they had a Legendary of their own this time, he had a feeling that this would be just as difficult.

Despite all of their efforts, the Guildmaster simply healed up, and they were back to square one. With a string of profanity that put Dexter to shame, Nina lunged forwards. In a rage, she began stabbing the Guildmaster over and over again with her poison barbs. "For fuck's sake Nina, calm your ass down!" Dexter called out, but she wouldn't listen. The Guildmaster used Hyper Voice again, hitting Nina the hardest because of how close she was.

Trying to ignore the ringing in his ears, Dexter rushed back towards his fallen comrade. She'd been completely knocked out, but luckily, she was still breathing. "Oh, you're gonna regret that one, motherfucker!" He growled, turning back towards the Guildmaster. Curling up for another Flame Wheel, Dexter sped across the room towards him, trying to hit him with enough force to knock him back into the bookshelf. Maybe if they were lucky, it would fall on top of him.

"Ahaha... You can't be serious, right? You, taking on my champions? Not a chance, small fry. I can't let some kid into the arena. That's a lawsuit waiting to happen!"

Even days later, the Lurantis' words still echoed though Donovan's head. Those words that filled him with unending rage. He charged through the forest, leaving a path of trampled shrubs and snapped branches in his wake. Once he saw something moving out of the corner of his eye, he suddenly stopped. It was a Weedle, one of the wild inhabitants of the forest. Before the poor thing could react, Donovan ran forward, slamming into it with his head. Startled, the Weedle tried to use Poison Sting, only for it to bounce harmlessly off of the Aron's armour. "Nyaaaaaaaagh!" Letting out a war cry, Donovan charged at the Weedle again, this time pinning it to a tree and knocking it out.

He wasn't done yet. No, not until every single Pokemon in this forest felt his wrath. Hearing something nearby, he quickly charged towards the source; A flock of Fletchlings that flew out of Donovan's reach before he could get to them. As he looked up at them, he remembered something he'd seen in the arena. One of his favorite fighters, Juggernaut the Conkeldurr, knocked a Flygon from the sky with his signature move, the Titanic Lunge. It was just what Donovan needed! "If you won't come down and fight, then I'll just use my TITANIC LUNGE!" He was expecting to launch himself into the air and slam each and every Fletchling into the ground, but unfortunately for him, that didn't happen. Instead, he made it about a foot off the ground, before dropping right back down, landing on his face. "Ow..." He stumbled back onto his feet, still a little bit shaken.

The flock of bird Pokemon had lost interest at this point and started to fly away, but Donovan chased after them. "Get back here! Fight with honour!" He shouted, but they were long gone by then. Searching for a new Pokemon to challenge he saw two off in the distance near a river. It looked like a Salandit and a Gible. While any normal Pokemon would immediately be able to tell that these two weren't wild, Donovan hadn't realized this quite yet. "Nyaaaaaaaagh!" Letting out his signature war cry yet again, he charged towards the duo. Going for the Salandit first, he dug some dirt out of the ground, and used Mud Slap.
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