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Tis that time of year and I have just one thing to say: Happy Holidays! Whatever your celebrative holiday this time of year is, I hope it's a good rest of the year for you!
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The world has become a place for two kinds of people: the kind who make jokes so they don't have to acknowledge that this is happening and the kind who don't care and go with the flow.
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"If you had told me yesterday that I was the last hope of mankind, I would have punched you. After everything that's happened today though? Strangely normal to hear." -Future RP character
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I miss those moments when people would question my motives. Because then, at that moment in time, I did not know them.


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Still here and working away.
Ok, here's my Pokemon world character who just got approved over PM. She might work as one of the solo characters, though it'd be interesting to see her as part of a group.

Will have my Earth character soon.

Hope she never runs into Jason. He's going to see through her BS and call her on it XD And I mean that in a kind way.
I'll get something up here soonish. Got today off, so I'm just sorta chillin'.
I recently learned that Enalais is dropping the RP as well, which does make things a bit more difficult on me. I would have a difficult time taking over for him on plots that I don't know that much about. For those not in the Discord, we have been talking over perhaps doing a reboot on this RP. The setting would be the same, and you could use the same characters if you wish, perhaps some of the same events, depending. I do want to keep some of the freeform style that the RP began with, but I would want to focus on a smaller number of plots to prevent this from happening again.

I was wanting to ask everyone's opinion on if they would prefer to reboot this RP, or attempt to move ahead with what we have currently?

I'm fine with where we are. Outside of consolidating Orro's power and finishing the collab with Britton and Sep, Ena didn't really have any plots.
The Journey's End-Even the Best Laid Plans...

Wrath, during the entire exchange, stood dumbfounded, Rage Bringer resting it's tip against the stone he stood on. Before him stood another member of his race, another Nephilim, a being forged of the bones of Angel and Demon. How, when...WHO?! Over and over again, he tried to figure out who would have had not only access to the bones, but knowledge of the process needed to create a Nephilim. Not only that, but there were supposedly three others, three other Nephilim, beings not only like himself, but, as he watched the powers of those caught in Void's attack vanish, incredibly powerful, more powerful than he was from what he had seen.

As the Umbran Witch appeared and engaged Void, Wrath slowly recovered as he realized that Sevrin was getting away and that Lily and Fenn would need aid to engage him. As he stirred himself, he pulled his greatsword free of it's stone resting place and put it on his back before going into a dead sprint to try and catch up with the pair of Demons before they ended up in over their heads. As it were, he was entirely unaware that Nero was already down there and was therefore unaware that it would be a four on one.

Except that, halfway down, a familiar rumbling echoed from the bottom of the path, which drew a groan from the Nephilim before he yelled after the pair. "He's already destroyed the Seal! Clear out!" Turning on his heel, he began to high tail it back the way he'd come. When he broke through the doorway, Zarrath was waiting with a squad of angels, a pair of new nicks on his armor from his duel with that demon, and Kushiel and his spear retrieved. Stopping to look at those who hadn't gone down the tunnel as well, he sighed.

"I'm sorry, but I think there's something we're not being told. Make of that what you will." And with that, the Nephilim and Angels were in full retreat, heading to a nearby evacuation point to avoid whatever fate was about to befall the island and it's jungle.
𝓙𝓪𝓼𝓸𝓷 '𝓑𝓵𝓪𝓭𝓮𝓻' 𝓒𝓸𝓷𝓷𝓸𝓻

1:46 PM Paris, France March 16th

It was still early afternoon in Paris, France, when the call came into Jason's new cellphone. "Hello?" He had managed to pick up French fairly quickly after arriving on this strange world known as Earth but three months prior, but English had proven more difficult, though he was confident in his grasp of it at this point in the interim. Around him his team was spread out, with Slayer and Gaia having a debate about one thing or another. The voice that answered him had a clear French accent in their English.

"Hello, Blader. We've just recieved word and a shipment from the US. They finally made working Pokeballs, thanks to the Professors." This brought a smile to the trainer's face as he stood and approached the door to the balcony, where he leaned against the railing.

"Excellent. We've been getting restless sitting in this hotel, even if the view is beautiful," three streets over had the Eiffel Tower after all, "and the food is excellent. How long before we can hit the road?" On the balcony beside him was Prankster, who looked longly at the skies above him, but knew that he couldn't, because most people were still coming to terms with their new residents. Slayer soon joined the pair, leaning against the wall to the right of the door while Crunch remained in his corner, snoring as he napped. Gaia had taken up her spot against the foot of the bed on the floor, still grumbling to herself as Tracer came over and attempted to comfort her, friend to friend. And, true to his nature, Lucky remained near the door to their room, seemingly asleep, but truly using his ability to sense Aura to keep watch as he always has.

While waiting for an answer, Jason couldn't help but look back at the last three months, starting with sudden appearance of a rift beneath him as he chased a rumor about Latias and his subsequent awakening in what he had learned was called the City of Lights, his team all around him and his Pokeballs non-functional. There had been chaos as police officers appeared all around and shouted at him in a language he hadn't understood. He attempted to explain what had happened, ask where he was, but they couldn't understand him any better than he understood them.

When firearms came out when he didn't comply with them, his team had wasted no time. Slayer unleashed a Psycho Cut, cleaving a car in two as Gaia attacked another with Night Slash. Crunch vanished with Dig before sending a group of officers flying after reappearing beneath them while Tracer sent others flying with a Surf and yet another car rent into pieces from an Air Slash from Prankster. Lucky rounded it off with an Aura Sphere that silenced everyone before yelling at the others. Though the officers had wanted to shoot after it all, government officials had arrived in time to talk them down before finding a way to let Jason know it was alright.

And now, here they were, sitting in a luxury hotel room waiting to begin an adventure on a new world. It was both exhilarating and terrifying, but he also knew that he had his team, so his fear was minimal.

𝑭𝒐𝒓𝒆𝒔𝒕 '𝑱𝒆𝒅𝒊' 𝑯𝒖𝒏𝒕

San Francisco, California USA, 9:22 AM March 16th

If it hadn't been for the fact that he'd joined the National Guard and they'd instilled a sense of enjoying working out in him, the second part of the test would have whooped his butt. Or most of it anyways, since he'd only had a little bit of trouble with the chin-ups, but only that. The written, or computer, part had proven not as challenging as he'd thought, but still harder than he'd have wanted. He'd aced almost every question about the Pokemon themselves, though he was still pretty uncertain about the Fairy type, it messed with his preconception of Dragon-Type weaknesses.

Still, as he finished his lunch and was shown to the interview area, he was confident. Can't believe I'm going to become a real life trainer. Man, mom's gonna flip when I send her the news.

𝕶𝖎𝖓𝖌 𝕭𝖔𝖔'𝖘 𝕮𝖆𝖘𝖙𝖑𝖊

Day/Time: Day Three-Morning
Location: Boo's Castle
Tagging: Six@Majoras End, The Heavy@ONL, Akira@Tenma Tendo, Slayer@Lugubrious

As the group walked, the very floors seem to wave, though the motion was far from sickening or causing them to loose their footing. The sounds of Boos laughing echoes through the halls, but telling just how far away it was, even as the large room grew closer. However, something that would soon begin to stick out is that the more distance they put between themselves and the front door, the more the light seemed to only focus around them, except for a few very widely spaced candles. It would seem that not even light played by it's usual rules in this strange place, and hopefully wouldn't prove to be an issue further on.

Eventually, one of the Boos in the large room noticed the group, but rather than attacking, they panicked and covered their faces with their pointed hands and freezing in place. At the edge of the room, it soon became apparent that the bottom of this room was...bottomless? And the only way across was dimly lit platforms that they had to jump to, along with tables that sprouted lights from their candles and began to move around. As soon as Slayer turned his back on the Boos, one began to move towards him, a wicked grin on its face, but it panicked once more when the Vampire turned back to face it, hiding it's face behind it's pointed hands again.


GM Note: From now on, all players will be required to keep track of their word count. XP will be awarded every GM post. Be sure to check the XP hider to see how much XP your character earned. Remember to keep your CSes updated. I have seen players slack in keeping their XP up-to-date and they have lost XP points because of it. I didn't take the XP away from them, they just didn't keep track of the XP on their own. It is YOUR responsibility if you want your character to level.


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P.O.: Slayer, Akira, Heavy, and Six.


Level: 2
Day/Time: Day Three-Early Morning
Location: Skyrim-Stormcloak Camp
Interacting: Ulfric and the Stormcloaks@Holy Soldier, Ruben@Mattchstick, Azura@Lugubrious, Mr. President@Holy Soldier, Captain Piper@DracoLunaris
Word Count: 630

Vent didn't let up even as the Forsworn retreated, firing after them less in an effort to kill them and more in an effort to discourage them from turning around and resuming their now obviously futile attack, the laser rounds pinging on the ground all around them and whizzing past their heads until they were out of range and then out of sight. The Mega Man sighed a breath of relief as they vanished, but as the Stormcloaks rushed forwards to secure the now fallen Maverick weapons, a part of him grew apprehensive. The weapon design was eerily similar to several of Mavericks he'd faced in his fights back home, though there were several that were foreign to him.

Not only that, but their familiarity only confirmed that these "Steel Gods" were indeed Mavericks of some kind, though he had to wonder if they might be from a separate timeline, or even from his world's past. This...could be trouble. But saying something serves no purpose, especially since I'm not sure of how strong they are... In a word like this, even the weakest of Mavericks would be akin to a god, slaying the humans here left and right with ease since their armor didn't seem proficiently strong to stop the blasts, if the way Ulfric and his "Stormcloaks" took cover was any indication. Still, to produce the weapons required at least a Pseudoroid level of strength, which would prove it's own unique challenge, as they had not only powerful weapons, but also powerful abilities that might prove difficult to handle for some of his teammates.

Then there was the part of him that wanted to stop the Stormcloaks and destroy the weapons outright, regardless of whether or not their allies could use the edge to even out the odds. They didn't belong here, in this world or in the hands of barbaric psychopaths who have no issues turning them on their fellows. But he knew that stripping their allies of a sorely needed even playing field was wrong, so he compromised with himself. He started to open his mouth to offer to teach the Stormcloaks how to safely wield and carry the weapons the the booming voices echoed through the land. Vent's reaction was similar to the Boss's, who's remark about leaving some of the enemy alive for him he ignored, and dove for cover, the ZX Blaster free of it's place on his leg and waiting for an attack that never came.

Instead, once silence had returned and Vent had relaxed and reholstered his Blaster, Ulfric offered both an explanation and a warning of what going meant. As was apparently expected at this point, the Boss declined going and said they would be wasting their time. From the Mega Man's personal experience in other parts of even his own world, only a fool ignored the summons of people who seemed as powerful and important to this world as the Greybeards. Asura verbally voiced this sentiment, though in much kinder, and many more, words that he himself felt like using. However, he knew more about the potential of the Steel Gods than the others, but with as uncertain as to their origin as he was, he had nothing truly helpful to offer. Instead, he did the next best thing.

"Then I'll go. You four can stick to our primary mission and I should still be able to communicate with you if the need arises. I agree ignoring the summons of these Greybeards is foolish, especially since we know only what Vault Boy offered us of the area." Of course, he wasn't sure that Piper wouldn't offer to go as well, but he felt reasonably sure that Ruben would stick to his orders, as he had so far proven to do.
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I think Zarkun is reffering ONLY to his Pokemon universe character. He knows that his Earth world character has to go through the test first.

To answer your question directly, yes. Jason can venture the world with his Pokemon already, but his Pokeballs won't work anymore. So his Pokemon will have to be walking with him. I didn't make Cerces give up Liz's Pokemon; that was all her own doing.

But if he is found wandering the streets of some city, he's likely to be noticed, and they would surely try to recruit him. Also remember, he has no Earth money to start off with and speaks another language.

Finally, you didn't mention catching Pokemon, but he obviously can't do that without Pokeballs anyways.

So in short, if he wants to try and travel the world on his own, it won't be easy. But it's up to you.

Well, I primarily meant could he start in, like Tokyo and such is all.

Sort like Liz, I think he wants to wait for us to give character development before we just about ignore it catching pokemon lol, and I think he wants you to write for the testing part like I an doing for Circe

I was talking about Jason.
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