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Very Brief Bio:
Male, 25 years old.
Likes: Basically all kinds of music, writing/reading fiction, anime.
Non-RP related interests: Used to play a guitar. Used to do 'harsh' vocals. Have played basically every sport, and I do play games. Mostly, Heroes Of The Storm.
I'm into a lot of different RP's. I do like darker themes, action, drama, fantasy. Etc.
I'm very used to doing digimon and pokemon theme roleplays (because of friends) though I also like to do original ideas.

*gives cookie* Would be glad to RP with anyone. :3

Disclaimer Warning: Does not actually give much of a damn who uses art.

Self Promotion/My 1X1 Interest Check:…

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The ticklish feeling of your whole body tingling when you’ve exceeded expectations. Ravi’s eyes sparkling at the smorgasbord of fruit hanging on the adjacent northern branch that was obscured from the others viewing it below. His grin widened and he giggled giddily. "This was perfect!" But he snapped out of his awed state, remembering that he still had to be observant.

His stomach’s dismay aside, the nest lacking eggs was the best case scenario. It meant there was less chances of an overzealous ‘momma bird’ reigning fury upon the predators invading her homestead. The scattered eggshells and stray feathers could have implied that it was abandoned? That’s the answer his optimism was sticking towards. Unfortunately, a secondary possibility was introduced through blood curdling howls which caused his tail to tremble. Followed by erratic yapping and the loud crashing of a tree. Survival instinct superseded any sense of heroism as he hoped strongly for that tree to have trapped the pokemon making those noises to spare them the trouble. Regretting his instinctive callousness would come later. The next predicament pertained to how he would gather everything? His mouth might even struggle stuffing it all inside. He called out, hoping to be heard in spite of the weather. “I found food! I’m going to try knocking it down!”

Putting his plan into motion while coiled around the branch. Opening his maw and carefully gripping the edge of the fully formed nest and making sure it was secured and not blown away from the wind. Holding it underneath as his tail would be lifted upwards, gently swatting all the colorful little berries inside the nest like nature’s fruit basket until it was full. Which would then be cautiously crammed into his cheeks. The larger pieces and what was remaining could then be knocked down. Maximizing their gains and minimizing the berries that would splatter from the fall. A couple of bruises was a small price to pay for such a hefty reward that would be enough to warm and feed the entire group.

Once finished he would start his descent to the other two, where they needed to collect whatever they could and help guide him to the cave. The drawback of his idea had become self-apparent rather quickly. As his tongue made it much easier to navigate in the darkness, but he was now unable to stick it out with his overloaded mouth without risking some lost goods. Ravi couldn’t communicate that either, though one look at him should’ve sufficed. Hopefully Vi would be supportive and stick beside him instead, so he’d receive some much needed direction. Preferably getting back as quick as possible, because he was starting to get cold. “Please, let’s skedaddle before we learn what all that ruckusss was about!”
You did a really nice job with your Interest Check. More people need to make these. (Murder Mysteries RP's are the shit.)

Though I'm not sure if I have enough time to dedicate myself to this. But it looks like you won't have problems finding interest. If I change my mind, I may give a shot. Otherwise, good luck.

Who knew they still had it in them?

Ravi didn’t understand what was so funny about their situation. A decision needed to be made soon as they were gaining nothing from merely gawking at the trees. If there was anything else to spot, chances are that it would’ve been. The gusts of wind lowered the probability of success of anyone but him to make it all the way up where that nest laid. Not wasting time to discuss matters further, he found himself coiling around the tree and making his way up as efficiently as possible. His grip remained tight while enduring the elements, as it wouldn’t do them any good if he fell now. It was surreal how used to his body’s movements he’d become without noticing. Maybe his athleticism had transformed with him; that or his optimism and hunger were a potent combination.

It was true that they would benefit by finding food. But many of them were cold-blooded Pokemon and desperately required that warmth to properly function, especially after going out in the rain. The only viable option in Ravi's opinion was stuffing that nest in his gaping maw. Progressing at a reasonable pace as he was getting ever — so — close to his target...

“You can do this! This isn't any more challenging than my calisthenic practice. Stretching is just a warm up for the main event.” Ravi’s inner-cheerleader kept himself focused on the task at—hmm…

The point was Ravi hoped to accomplish what they’d set out to do, regardless of the danger and skepticism he faced. Thus proving to his team members that he was a valuable ally. Leaving Trevor and Vi with the responsibility to keep vigilant of their surroundings...
Not trying to rush anything. Though I just wanted to mention that it might benefit at least our particular group currently undergoing the storm to have a general update of the current condition of the storm and maybe just a stroke of luck and have a stiff breeze knock the nest off the branches. A snake can dream. :P @Lucius Cypher

So is Vi only trying to scare the other two? Or does she not believe she moved the twig either because that wasn't her aim? It seemed like the twig was actually moved by her. Not super important, but I figured I'd ask anyway. @Rune_Alchemist
with baked goods

Vocals kind of give me a Gotye vibe.

Ravi caught a glance of the flying twig, but it failed to produce any reaction out of him. Still carefully focusing on his surroundings and traces for other pokemon to eat-Meet! Yes, meeting friendly pokemon that would give them all some tasty, non-alive food. Turning his eyes with an unintentionally threatening glare, merely curiously taking note to Trevor’s suggestion to climb the tree. Ravi lifted his upper-half to pinpoint the nest's location in the branches above. Hmm—There it was! Could he scale that tree? He was a snake and that didn’t seem out of the ordinary. But that would imply his body would act appropriately and he’d have enough muscle strength to do so. In this miserable weather, it was unlikely anything would lunge out and peck them apart in a matter of moments. Weighing the reward vs the risk in his thoughts and pondering potential alternatives as his tongue wiggled out every now and then.

“Maybe Vi could drop it down here with her power…” Ravi suggested. How would they bring the kindling back in the pouring rain? He found an answer, unpleasant as it may be. “And we'd be able to keep it dry by-storing it in my mouth.”

Unbeknownst to him that she’d already moved something, even it was after attempting to either set him ablaze or blasting him with spiritual force. He gave another piece of advice that might help it result in success. “It should make it easier to control them if you try to focus on the nest alone.” Who would argue with that assertion? Especially one coming from an unwittingly scary Seviper? “At least I'd like to believe so. It would certainly be easier than either of us climbing all the way up there.”
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