Seion made it to the edge of what was left of Olivine City. He had been here once before when he first arrived in Johto. He did wish he could go back home to Hoenn, at lest there he felt at home. But here he was in unknown land. He didn’t have enough time to explore, and get the lay of the land, but at lest he knew his way around here. Everything looked the same only it was empty… and quiet.
Seion slowly slithered through the city, his tongue flicking in and out every second, as to make sure he was truly alone. He may be immune to the infection, but he still had to watch his back, cause he could still be ripped apart. His bladed tail dragged agonised the stone road, making a sound that was similar to a sword being sharpened. If any infected where to jump out at him, he wanted a sharp tail to slice them with.
Seion could see the fast ocean in the distance. As he got closer to the beach, its salty smell overwhelmed his senses. He was never a big fan of the salty air, but he knew he could get used to it. Like he already got used to the epidemic. He knew he could swim, but how far would he get before he got to tired that he wouldn’t be able to keep his head above water. He knew that Hoenn was South West of Johto, how he knew that he didn’t really know. He could just feel his homeland in that direction.
The lighthouse that Olivine was famous for was silent and without its light. There was a flock of infected Pidgy at the top. Why they would be up there was beyond him. Seion then heard a scream coming from the very same spot that the infected where swarming. “Was that? Another survivor?” he said to himself. It seemed that he had been running into quite a few of them. First there was those four at the farm, and now it seemed there where some here as well. “Well, I might as well check it out. Who knows, I may find out something useful if I help them,” so without a second though he began to slither in the direction of the lighthouse.
He made it there without much trouble, and without running into any infected. Seion looked up, it was a lot bigger up close then it was far off. He could see the Pidgy swarming around the top, making there way into the top of the lighthouse to be the first to get a piece of the prey that was surly up there. So he made his inside, the elevator was out of order, no surprise there, so he had to take the long way up. So he began to make his way using the stairs. Hoping that when he got there, one of them might still be left alive.
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