This was just, plain torture now. The stench had almost completely overwhelmed Tybalt, any previous attempts at trying to catch the scent of the gathered pokémon successfully obliterated by the aroma of blood. His head felt like it was on fire, his nostrils practically burning as he emitted a whiney groan despite himself. There was another voice; almost quiet enough to have been missed were it not in such close proximity. The garchomp growled irritably, his rage at his blindness only heightened by the bloodlust. At least this guy knew what was happening to him. It was painful to fight such powerful instincts, but the garchomp persevered, he wasn’t particularly eager to sign his own death wish. Another voice soon alerted him that they would be unafraid to take action.
"Maybe you shouldn’t be downwind of it. Move away so we don't have to fight you, too, uh... sir."
‘Sir’? Had Tybalt not felt so incredibly pissed, he would’ve laughed at the title. The word seemed so classy and posh for an animal such as himself, but the male had spoken with good intentions – least he’d made an effort. Instead of voicing his appreciation, even humour at the absol’s words, the garchomp almost exploded.
“Move where?! I don’t know where the fuck you are!” He snarled, pure hatred dripping from his words as he turned away from the wall, facing the group. The guy didn’t deserve such a reaction, but now wasn’t the time for pleasantries. The garchomp’s mood had succumbed to the bloodlust; however, his body was still clinging onto the mind’s failing control. With a roar, brilliantly sharp fangs bared, Tybalt blindly staggered away from the safety of the wall, utterly lost in the darkness of his disability. He had no intention of harming them, instead eager to escape out of the smell’s vicinity, but that was easier said than done. He’d taken two steps and the aroma had intensified, causing him to clumsily swing around, his heavy tail proving a deadly menace to anyone unfortunate enough to cross paths with it.
This was ridiculous, he felt like a sitting duck, a battle of defiance racking his body.
“Where do I go?!” He roared, infuriated as he stood uncomfortably on the spot, head snapping from direction to direction in a vain attempt to judge the quickest route to solitude. All he could smell now was a victim. It was almost a pitiful sight; a hulking great dragon reduced to begging to find peace of mind. “Please...” It was a rare word for Tybalt to utter, but it was equally as rare for his determination to resist temptation. He’d never needed company before, never needed to go against his natural desire to kill, but blindness had forced him to seek assistance. He felt so vulnerable, so helpless; reduced to a weak, grovelling time-bomb as he desperately looked for guidance. Above the continuous growling in the back of his throat, Tybalt managed to choke out a pathetic piece of honesty. “I-I don’t want to hurt you...”