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  1. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "If we want to get information from them," Mhynt said, "we'll likely need to build up strength ourselves, won't we? Hmm." She nodded. "It's something to consider for later unless we find someone from that clan interested in humoring us as we are."
  2. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "Mm." Mhynt nodded. "Thank you for the help." In the end, there wasn't a lot to glean from this other than some information about the death of Zapdos and perhaps others. If that was the case... "We should tell the others," Mhynt said. "We might get answers if we inform the party delving into a...
  3. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    Arceus is simply not known here. A forgotten individual, or never existing in the first place? Time to check for patterns. "Are there any tales of Dialga, Palkia, Giratina?" Mhynt asked aloud. "My far-foreign world speaks of things like that."
  4. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "Oh, so that's true here, too," Mhynt murmured to herself, nodding. "Then what happens when there is no heir?" she asked. "Does Arceus descend to find one himself? Forgive my ignorance. I'm very foreign."
  5. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    To this, Mhynt cocked her head to the side, curious. Her pupils dilated and narrowed. "Not only were they around, but their deaths were also recorded," Mhynt said. "Do we know the cause?" And, perhaps more importantly, when did humans being to crop up? After? ...Or before?
  6. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "In my world, 'Stormbringer' was a title for Lugia," Mhynt commented. "I could see it applying to others..." She scanned the shrine for signs and symbols that could tell the story.
  7. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    Mhynt walked after them, wiping her eyes quietly of a few tears. In moments, she was back to her stoic self again and said, "These trees are very strong for where they are. They haven't weathered a storm in a long time, but I can sense they used to." Calm their own storms. Hm. Mhynt could see...
  8. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    Mhynt was now hugging the tree with her eyes closed. For some reason.
  9. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "Curiosity," Mhynt replied. "Part of the deal when it comes to exploring around the frontier and its neighbors." She studied the tree, running a finger along the trees thoughtfully. She closed her eyes and breathed gently with the wind, wondering what kind of attunement she had with her element...
  10. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "Well, where I'm from, most of them are trapped in a dimension of torment and darkness, so I doubt it can be much worse here," Mhynt commented with a thoughtful hum. "Myself included, but that's beside the point. So. Where is this shrine..."
  11. Namohysip

    Sojaveña Wilds Stormbringer Shrine

    "Nostalgia," Mhynt replied in her usual, cryptic way. Perhaps even needlessly so. The Treecko eyed the surroundings, then looked over at Jade. "This seems like a good place to drag someone to never be found again," she remarked idly. "Think that will be relevant later?"
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