Mountains West of Blackthorne City | Evening
As the smoke blew into Dawnfang's face from that stupid "present," that orb. Loud growls erupted from Dawnfang; she did not appreciate having such smoke blown in her face, as it irritated her eyes. With a super-fast lunge, she slammed her paw right next to the bird, who was next to the Ninetales and Absol.
"Bad move, little birdie," she snarled, but backed away from the red-and-white bird. There was no use picking a fight now....and that thing didn't stand a chance anyways. She stood back as the Absol said his farewells to the other Pokemon, keeping completely silent before the Absol vanished into the lonely mountains. Dawnfang barely knew him, she only had a name; Soul. But why would he just leave his friends like that, especially the Houndour who did not want him to leave? Sometimes Dawnfang really didn't understand others actions; who did?
"I barely knew the guy, and he just leaves," Dawnfang muttered angrily under her breath, but lifted her head to meet the eyes of the others. "You can call me Dawnfang," she stated simply, "Pardon my previous hostilities, these are dangerous times." Taking a moment to flick the fur out of her eyes, she continued to speak without a response. "What was with your friend? Why did he leave like that?" she asked with a voice empty of curiosity or any sort of emotion, really. As she waited for a response, Dawnfang evaluated her impressions of these guys so far. The Ninetales, Ujue, seemed to be the more powerful of the group. The unnamed birdie was quite annoying, while the Houndour seemed to be the sad one. If only my brother was here. He would know exactly what to say to these strangers. Duskfang had always been likeable and persuasive, perhaps not in the best manner, but he had a lot of friends when he was normal.
Dawnfang suddenly had the impression that the tiniest flicker of longing and sadness had come across her face, but she replaced it with her normal, untrusting look; it was the natural thing to do in her case. Suddenly, she had an inspiration; what if these guys knew where her brother was? What if they had seen him?
"By the way, I have a question. Have any of you seen an undead Mightyena around here? He has dark purple fur, a seriously burned face. and countless claw marks on his legs." It wasn't the best description, but it was all Dawnfang remembered of the last encounter with her dear brother. The sooner he was dead, and at peace, the better.