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Canalave City | Afternoon 1
The sun was high in the late sky, boring down in harsh, bright rays upon the gray hued city. It was small for a human settlement, but there was a harbor splitting the actual city in half, ships that have lond been abandoned still in the water. However, the only thing connecting the two parts of the city, the thick wooden bridge, was unusable, to say the least. The only part of the path that was left was a few feet of splintered wood on both sides of the rushing water beneath; it looked as if a battleship had smashed it's way throuh the bridge, destroying it, and that wasn't far from the truth. On one side, a dark shape paced back and forth near the edge of the harbor, mere inches behind were the fence had been before to keep humans from falling over the edge. He was a dull gray color, his legs a much darker shade that matched the longer fur along his spine that became his tails. Leather straps wrapped around her shoulders and chest, sharp onix colored spikes giving him an intimidating appearance, not that he needed help with that. The Mightyena's neon colored eyes flashed with anger as his faded muzzel pulled back in another frustrating snarl, his teeth were dulled and a nasty yellow color from age.
A few sunrises ago he had been investigating the human city of Canalave when his luck ran out. An infected Wailord had forced it's way through the harbor, thrashing and spouting water everywhere, trying to get to the dark type for an easy meal. He had easily defeated it once it left the harbor, but the monsterous thing had done the damage. Demolishing the edges of the harbor, leading to less land once the water rushed to overtake the areas where the land had been smashed, tearing down the fences where the harbor's edge still stood... And completely destroying the bridge.
So now Bear was stuck on one side of the damn city. The one without a way to reach the mainland. He couldn't try jumping without risking a smash into the hard concrete or the water nor could he swim Cross for even the smashed parts of the harbor were still too high for him to reach. He was stranded, hungry, and pissed.
Bear snarled and howled up to the sky in anger as he continued his pacing.