Errand #10 - Street Chariot Racing A huff rolled off Tor's mouth as he shook his head for the third time these past hour. "Too light. It might topple off if it was hit by a single attack." he said, knocking on the planks of the cart he was inspecting.
"Alright, moving on..." Tristan said, waddling along as his Shinx partner moved on to inspect another cart.
"Well, I think this one would do just well." the electric type said after he gave the simple wooden construction a thorough inspection. "A bit too light for my liking, but this one will do."
Tristan sighed in a 'Finally!' sort of way and went to grab the U-shaped handle attached to the front of the cart. With a slight jerk, he pulled the cart towards the shabby starting line –which was constructed out of a simple rope placed on the street. Tor helped him to push from behind. Other carts were already lined on their sides. Their occupants were seen getting ready for Cuffin's impromptu race.
Official Explorers App - Aecor EXPLORERS GUILD: [Aecor]
Date Joined: 27/08/2014
Current Funds: 2 St
-Characteristic: Highly Persistent
Gender: Male Age: 19
Ability: Swift Swim
Strength: 3 Agility: 1+2
Intelligence: 4 Charisma: 2
Total Points Left: 0/10
Type Bonus: [Water] -> [Agility]
Move 1: Surf
Move 2: Power-Up Punch
Move 3: Aqua Tail
Move 4: Dig
----Description: A simple black coloured arm band that I wore on my left upper arm.
----Description: “Allows the use of an additional color to one of a team's Pokemon in the form of markings.”
Errand #9 - Cart Blanche"Right. A missing wheel, broken axle, rotten planks, and rusted bolts. Is that all?"
Ardor nodded. "I think so." he said.
"All right." the bandana wearing Ratatta nodded, looking over the two broken carts that had been parked to the side of the workshop. Sounds of hammering, lifting, and the occasional shouts over the busy atmosphere were all around the large, open aired establishment.
Ardor and Derek had quickly scouted the alleyways of Andalusst after the errand notice was posted. It was quite the hard task to say the least. So many carts in Andalusst yet there were few which were abandoned or stolen. In the end, the two Hunters could only find two badly damaged and abandoned cargo carts at the outskirts of the city. It was half an hour before they could deposit them to the nearest carpentry.
"So, can you fix them?" Derek asked.
"Of course." the Ratatta grinned, giving the Chimchar a thumbs up. "Fujihiro craftsmen can fix anything- GAH!"
A large fist slammed down the Rata
Errand #8 - Nightwatch“I take it you’re doing Kara’s errand?”
Ardor sighed. “For the umpteenth time, yes.” He glared at the Honege who was currently hovering above the table, his long, intricately patterned green scarf swishing around lazily.
“I just don’t see how a scouting mission is going to benefit a ‘mon of your... job.” Cael said flatly.
“Look. I’m doing this because she asked the Hunters specifically.” The Quilava replied irritably.
Cael blinked his single, bright blue eye. “And that means you have to do whatever she asked?”
Ardor huffed in irritation. For a centuries old sword who was supposed to be wise and all knowing, Cael is hard to reason with. “She’s the Hunter’s Guild Proxy Luminary! You can’t just ignore your superior’s orders, can you?”
There were several moments of silence as Cael pondered Ardor’s question. “You can’t.” He said finally.
A Case of Identity“She’s coming over... oh, she’s not-aaaand she’s coming over again...and she’s not... and she’s walking over again... and she’s leaving... weird... now she’s coming back”
“I’ve seen those kind of behaviour before.” Jim said as he crumpled the paper he was writing on and threw it over his shoulders, hitting Leo on the back of his head.
Leo jumped and whirled around, glaring daggers at the Zigzagoon culprit. “Jim, for the last time, don’t throw your things at my head!”
“Pacing up and down the pavement always meant an affaire de coeur, and I really don’t have time for this!” The Zigzagoon shouted in extreme agitation, crumpling yet another piece of paper and stood up, glaring around with his intense blue eyes. “I told Spencer that he can take the cases to himself, but nooooooo, he just had to dump everything to me, hasn’t he? My study on Chargestone electromagneti
Team Datum Task 1 Placeholder"...Jim... tell me you're not going to blow this whole lab sky high."
"Of course not Doctor." the Zigzaggon replied flatly, carefully measuring the lump of Chargestone Dust and Flaverine Extract on the scale. "I'm just curious on how these two items would react to an electrical charge."
Leo's eyes widened. "Jim!"
"Relax. I've dampened their explosive attributes earlier with the oil of Veoli saps." Jim deadpanned, taking the two ingredients out from the scale and slowly filled them into a plain, cardboard tube with a domed end. "Now. Have you brought that gooey black stuff that I requested?"
"...what exactly are you doing with it?"
"Yes. Glue. An adhesive compound used to stick two or more objects together. Glue."
Leo made a sound that was a cross between a huff and a grumble. "Yes, I know what a glue is, alright."
"And it also serves as a time fuse. Surprisingly." Jim added after holding the gooey substance in his paws. "By the way, have you s