Kamiki Village: A GuideNOTE: The following documentary illuminates only ONE of the many possible Sazanami villages in the world of #Pokemon-of-Avalon. It is meant to not just give insight into the town that Ryoshi Sumiura was born in, but provide inspiration to members who want to create a Japanese character of their own. If for some reason, you want your character to be from this village… Well, ask me first would ya'? Although really, you should create your own town/village. Don't want any plot holes as to why my character doesn't know yours...
Kamiki Village is smaller, more rural village established along the seaside of the country of Sazanami. The village lies on the some of the most outer shores in Sazanami (the ones closest to Avalon, to be precise), and is far from any large, more urbanized cities. While the area in which the houses and businesses rest in is relatively fl
Part 4 - You Are Worth Everything"HEY, YEEEAAAAAAH!"
The battle cry, however, didn't come from Amy. It came from Jukidoor as he raced forward to meet Kaigen with a Double Team.
The plan that Amy, Ryoshi, and Jukidoor had agreed on beforehand was mainly one of distraction as a counter to the sheer power that was evident on the rocky body of the Aggron before them. That Amy would be the one who seemed to be in charge, and then strike with Jukidoor. Furthermore, they needed to be able to learn Kaigen's attack pattern without taking too much damage themselves; so Amy reluctantly but eventually agreed to just hang back and provide backup in the meantime.
As the Clefable whizzed from side to side in front of the towering Kaigen, seemingly daring the Aggron to hit him, Amy's eyes were on Kaigen the whole time. She wouldn't be able to use Psychic on her father's massive bulk, so if Kaigen attacked at that range, well then, Jukidoor would have to deal with it somehow. What was most important to her was to protect herself and R
The Best Birthday EverIt was a nice day in Aether. In fact, it always seemed to be bright when Graphite went outside, probably due to the climate. Either way, it was a perfect day to go for a nice walk into the city, especially with cake. He and a friend of his, Amy, had created the cake in hopes of giving it to...Who was it, Kyoshi, or something? Amy's boyfriend, apparently. Graphite just decided to roll with it early on. The duo was walking down to his home, Graphite a few steps behind the Jigglypuff, hoping to not get lost. He didn't live in the city, so it was probably best to stay close.
"It's right around here," said the Jigglypuff, walking in front of the much taller Blaziken. She had let him carry the cake since it would be much less of a strain on his arms than on her tiny, stubby ones. "See?"
They had arrived at the small house, which Graphite was a little too tall to fit through the doorway of a house built specifically for a guy who was 2'4" tall. In fact, the Blaziken's head was practical
Plans for the FutureUh-oh.
Why was the ceiling different all of a sudden?
As Amy's eyes fluttered open, she sat up, alarmed. Wait...this wasn't her teepee. This wasn't her usual bed. And her dad certainly wasn't here, either. Then where was...?
Then she spied Ryoshi on the floor, wrapped up in a bunch of spare bedsheets, and quickly calmed down. This was Ryoshi's house, of course. Boy, was she stupid. Then again, it's not like she just casually invited herself over to the Mawile's house sometimes. At least, not yet.
But the sight of her samurai boyfriend on the floor made her realize that this was completely the opposite of the last time she was here the night that annoying Absol came in. She couldn't help but feel bad for him. True, she herself didn't feel that bad when she slept on the floor, but this guy was a Steel-type. Wouldn't it hurt much more for him?
True, he did say he experienced worse, but she still couldn't help but feel bad that she let him let her hog the comfortable bed last night.