The Ariados felt herself choke, eyes wide as her attack was intercepted by her beloved black-furred companion. She watched in silence as e stalked off, the arceus-damned Yamask following and calling him her knight
. She had hurt him...why did he block that attack for the ghost...? Her body shook in rage as she glared at the teal-colored phantom. "Filthy WENCH!
she snapped, mandibles clicking in fury as se balled her hands up into fists. "How dare she steal cutie-patootie away from me...little bitch."
she averted her gaze in an attempt to calm herself, stomping towards where the dead Typhlosion carcass lay, before draping it around her neck.
".I may not know what you been through, but all the same we all have something in common. Fighting other survivors isn't my style and I won't let you stop me from finding him." the Ariados felt herself on the brink of flying into a fit of anger, eyes narrowed into a menacing glare as she spoke, in a surprisingly steady voice. "Yeah, you don't know what I've been through, and I've reckon I've seen more than you have. The only thing we have in common is a life and you're wasting it."
she snapped, scowling. "You'll never find your stupid human. Haven't you noticed? Humans don't exist on this planet anymore. Not a single one."
she crossed her arms. "You'd be better of making your life goal something fucking useful, like, I dunno, saving lives? At least that's a goal that's in your reach. Don't try to grab the stars in the sky."
She watched as the fire-type walked up the hill, hollering for whoever was there. The Ariados stood still, eyes gazing at her surroundings before absentmindedly petting her Boo-Boo. She sighed a little, her demeanor surprisingly calm before she sat on the ground, picking the weeds around her. "Stupid, stupid Glinyua...you weren't able to save all the others, were you? 14...maybe even 15? Ah, I've lost count...they're all dead..."
she muttered under her breath. "Face it Glinyua...you're a failure...you're not cut out for this kind of thing."
she looked to the clear skies. "This just isn't your kind of play...you were always only good at the Shakespearian stuff, anyways."
She perked up when the Charizard cried for help, before saying. " We need to get out of here. They sniffed us out." Glinyua felt her eye twitch. Leave...? That's what she said earlier, right? She promised that she would leave with them...with the Frosslass, the Espeon...and oh arceus the Spinarak...she never even learned his name, yet they had become so close. The psychic-type, Sunshine, was it? She had left with Elliot to who knows where, but they were supposed to escape together...
Well screw them.
She stood up stiffly, casting a ferocious glance at the ground. SCREW THEM!
She wasn't going to leave, she would never leave...they had all abandoned her, will cutie patootie abandon her too? She never even learned his name... I don't want to be...alone...
With confident stories se made her way to where the fire dragon was, glancing at the undead Vibrava in mild disgust. Her gaze traveled to the growing horde, grinning a little. "We're not leaving."
she spat. "The fun has only begun!"