please explain this to me
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If You’re good enough friends with your pokemon sometimes they will just refuse to die for you im gunna fu cking cRY.,
this is honestly my favorite part of the new games. Your pokemon will land more critical hits, rid itself of status effects and fight to remain at 1 HP all because it loves you so damn much.
I TEARED UP REALLY HARD WHEN MY DELPHOX DID THIS AND I NEEDED TO TAKE A MOMENT BECAUSE I WAS THAT AFFECTED BY THE LOVE I SHARE BETWEEN ME AND THIS STUPID GAME
oops sorry im way too busy obsessing over my perfect girlfriend bye
go follow her ovo
um sorry I keep going on these mini hiatus’s without saying anything I just…. get shitty sometimes lol…….
He turned once he heard the fluctuation of the wind, the rough tug and shove of the air that swirled around rapidly around him as the girl fluttered her wings. He watched her, his arms gently rested across his chest. Patiently he stood there and waited for the female troll to land, eyeing her until she decided to plop down to the ground and greet herself. By then, Germany had lowered his limbs back down to his sides and steppes up, greeting himself in return.
Zat’s fine. I didn’t expect you to get here zat quickly.
But… it’s nice to see you as vell.
I-I’m sorry you haven’t been able to socialize viz ozers recently.
She smiled, her wings drawing to a splayed position as was most comfortable during rest. He seemed like he hadn’t changed a bit since she last saw him; he was still the same loyal, ridiculously muscular human man she had last seen him as. Then again, she didn’t see him much, so that was saying a lot. Maybe she needed to get out more.
Well, I said I’d get here faster than you’d believe, right? It probably would’ve been much faster if I waited to know where I was going, but…no reason to stress the details now!
Well…maybe saying I couldn’t was a bit out of proportion. I mean…the circumstances are more like I wouldn’t. But anyways…
You said you needed help cleaning, right?
After the country was completely ready to go outside and greet the grey-skinned, orange and yellow horned alien, he stood outside the door and scanned the area. No sign of her yet, which was to be expected. Even if that transportalizer took her anywhere she wanted to in the world, it doesn’t mean she’s going to find this place that easily. Germany knows for a fact that she’s going to get lost. She had no idea where his house was, nor did she ever visit somewhere in Germany. If he can remember correctly, all the two really did was usually meet up somewhere in the middle.
He stepped down his pathway, revealing himself from behind the covering trees and the shade from their blowing leaves. His back was straight and his feet were parallel as he strode down his yard to the sidewalk.
Now I can see her vhenever she decides to valk or fly by.
Hopefully she doesn’t do somezing too stupid.
She almost did it, though. She stopped herself at the last second, because she realized that doing something so rash would likely put her friend in danger, too, and her carelessness for her own life should not be extended to endangering his, as well. So, she didn’t shout. She did, however, buzz far above the heads of pedestrians, looking for some sign of her friend.
Eventually, of course, she found him. It took quite a while; after all, she hadn’t a clue where to look, in the first place. Perhaps it was just luck on her side, then, when she finally managed to catch sight of him, a little ant sitting by the side of the road. Without hesitation, she landed, soft as a feather, beside him.
Sorry that took so long. I probably should’ve waited for some details first. A nervous laugh. I was just…really excited. I haven’t been able to see anyone in…a very long time. It’s nice to see you again, Germany.
Aradia, vait a se—
Too late now, the girl had already hung up. It annoyed him how pesky that girl could be. He knew there was some sort of excitement deep in her. He could tell from the moment he stepped foot in front of her that her personality was a little too cherry for her own good. At least she seems happy about seeing the country; it’s something he doesn’t get that often. But then again, he isn’t really fond of spending time with random people either. However, Aradia isn’t just a stranger to Germany. She’s not close to him, but more of an acquaintance at that. A closer acquaintance that he wouldn’t mind talking to if he wasn’t annoyed.
Dammit! Can’t she see how dangerous it could be to fly around viz zat zing? Zere are going to be radars detecting her everyvhere!
He groaned and slammed the phone down back into it’s slot. He really hated some people’s stupidity. Even if the girl had had it in her basement before, that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t be cautious of what could happen around her. It’s demeaning to see her act like that, but he’ll have to deal with it. Just means he’ll have to watch another person atop of Savvy and Italy.
Standing up, Germany pulled his uniform’s sleeves back down before gently pushing in the office chair back into his fancy wooden desk. He listened to its wheels squeak against the ground before he mumbled out his thoughts.
I guess I should vait out zere und stand for her. I don’t zink she’s ever been in mein house, so it vould be a good idea to give her a visual.
Also to protect her if zings go vrong.
Of course, any worry that Germany had for her safety was not passed on to her.
Maybe that was because part of her wished she could die. Maybe that was because she felt so responsible for all the weight in the world, that she felt she could die a thousand deaths and not be undeserving of even one. Maybe that was simply because she knew that with her time turning music boxes, she was next to invincible, and being godtier, she came pretty damn close. It wasn’t that she was stupid; Aradia had learned as much as she could about the world she lived in for the four or five years she had been residing in it.
It was just that, honestly, she didn’t care.
She fluttered high above the ground, looking around for any sign of her old acquaintance’s home, which she had never actually seen. She probably should have waited for details; not that it mattered now, of course. She couldn’t just go back and call again. It didn’t work that way. Besides, soon, she felt, the people would start to get a little bit anxious at the alien flying high above their heads, looking for where she was supposed to land. Generally, on the ground, they simply assumed she was attempting some sort of theatrics, but up here…it would just be a mystery.
And so, she scoured the area for any sign of Germany, before smirking a mischievous smirk.
If she didn’t know where to find him, she was going to do this her way, and she didn’t give a damn how many people she roused in the process.
Without a care in the world, she readied herself for a powerful shout.