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Discussion in 'River Street' started by Riley, Jul 7, 2018.

  1. Riley

    Riley Pokémon

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    Exploring
    Race:
    Human
    Age:
    25
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    Lawful Good
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    July 3rd

    For not the first time, Riley was grateful for pokeball technology. Having his more spacious teammates out and about in the middle of town. At least, having a 21-foot water-dragon-snake wandering around seemed like a pretty bad idea to him.

    But, he didn't have to worry about that, instead, he could focus on the little things. Like his latest job that would let him pass the time.

    While Riley didn't really like the idea of living somewhere permanently, he liked having money as much as the next guy. Since Pokemon battling didn't pay in Pandora, that left him getting random jobs for a bit before moving on again. It worked for him and his team.

    Handing out fliers to advertise some sale wasn't glamorous or exciting, but it did mean he had enough to buy some sweets for his team and himself. It always amused him to think about how much a sweet-tooth Entei had.

    So, he was giving away fliers, while Lucario stood beside him, silently judging everyone. Well, silently as far as anyone without aura abilities knew. Riley was struggling to keep a straight face while hearing so much sarcasm during an otherwise dull job. Little did he know, it was actually going to be pretty interesting.

    Not a lot of people were interested in taking the fliers, so Riley was stuck with a pretty big pile as people passed by. It was so tall that he needed to use his aura to see everyone around him. It was probably quite a sight, someone clearly blinded by the papers in his arms, dodging the moving crowd as if he knew people were there before they even got close.

    It was this that let him react to the problem faster than anyone else. A young kid, couldn't be any older than ten, was sitting on the sidewalk playing with some toy cars. He was out of the way of the moving crowd, but that wasn't very helpful when he dropped one of the toys in someone's path.

    The man was carrying a box full of something heavy, Riley didn't care. What he did care about was the fact that as soon as he stepped on the toy, he lost his footing and sent the box falling right onto the kid, who was too scared to move. Reacting quickly, Riley dropped all of the fliers and used his aura to create a force-field around the kid.

    Fortunately, he managed to send help just in time. The box bounced off of the shield with a loud 'thunk' and fell to the ground. Letting out a sigh of relief, Riley dropped the force field, which also meant his hands weren't glowing bright blue anymore. He didn't approach the kid to see if everything was alright. The fear was being replaced with confusion and gratitude, neither of which Riley needed to deal with. He was more concerned about the fliers he dropped into a puddle, ruining them; he was going to be in so much trouble.