Within the Human Refugee Fortress| Dusk
There was no sounds other than his undead brethren and minions stalking, wandering for new prey. Their echoing calls resounded throughout the corridors, hungry and almost lonely. Lonely,
a figure mused as it sat neatly perched on a desk. ...As if they were capable of such an emotion.
If his beak were to allow it, he would have grinned.
He stretched his wings, not feeling any strain or pain. He rather enjoyed the afterlife. It had granted him what living had not: invincibility. He could feel no pain other than the continual gnawing of hunger. But aside from that, he was not a victim of a disease. He had no worries of food or water, no threat of death, no concerns of the world around him.
He was free
With that knowledge, he knew he was indestructible. No pokemon, no human, nothing would be able to stop him and his army. Which was why he and his flock had obliterated the human fortress. It had just been so easy, even with their technology and anti-airborne weapons...Pathetic.
Then, his murkrow sounded, cawing hungrily and viciously. He found it odd; with the terrible stench of death, normal uninfected never wandered near the fortress. He made his way to the open bailey, where he had massacred the humans, and amongst the circling tornado of his minions, there stood something he had never thought he would see.
A Legendary. The beautiful flowing blue locks of fur and the immense, glittering crystal atop its forehead gave away its identity-- Suicune. The others, Honchkrow wasn't too sure about. It didn't matter anyway. He mused happily at the fond memory of another Beast, falling to the Infection... What could this one do that the other could not?
The thousands of Murkrow within the bailey circled and attacked at the many other Legends, keeping them somewhat distracted. He immediately let out a guffaw, whether it was from surprise, joy or mere enjoyment, he wasn't even sure. "Well, well... Suicune, yes? How delightful!"
He stepped out more, opening his wings and taking flight to the top of the wall to look at the entire group. "You flatter me, coming all this way just to die like so many before you."
He turned and saw a glistening clear hulk; another Legend, that was lagging behind. He scoffed."I'm not sure what you and your band of merry Legends intended on doing here. All of the pokemon here have been turned or killed, as well as any moronic human that tried to take shelter here. But it is nice that, after the immediate crisis began, you finally got around to trying to do something. Not that it will do much good now...
He took to the air, the murkrow almost acting like a deep black cloud of death and disease that surrounded him utterly, cloaking him."However, I will leave you in peace to explore this place; there are some rather intriguing gems yearning for discovery. It's the least I can do for my mighty Legends."
He seemed to bow, his head dipping down before heading toward the glistening creature lumbering about. "In exchange, I'll take the creature lagging behind... this world has no room for sloths. After all, it's not the first Beast I've taken down..."
With that, he soared off, his dark cape of murkrow following him religiously, toward the Ice Golem.
With speed unknown to any living Honchkrow, the rotting bird dipped down and attacked mercilessly, taking eyes out and smashing it to the ground with attacks as the Murkrow followed suit. The other Legendaries, helpless as the Murkrow that stayed attacked, could only watch as, before their eyes, a Legend was killed. Honchkrow pecked out a Braille eye and swallowed it triumphantly, for he knew his power, he knew his potential. No pokemon would be safe. This was the future. This was how pokemon were meant to be.