"...Suit yourself, Creepy," Luzige's grin widened even more, letting out a yip of joy as he hopped up and down. This is gonna be soooooo much fun!
Thoughts ran through his mind, completely ignoring the 'Creepy' comment. Hoards of infected and the likes began to pour from the broken door, and slowly dragging his tongue across his lips before leaping at a delicious Beedrill, clinging to it's lower body as if it were his life.
The bug began to shake frantically, hissing and screeching as it attempted to throw the Arachneon off, but he stubbornly clung, diligently dragging his tongue across it's exoskeleton gleefully. "So delicious... Sweet tinted with sour..." He jabbed Acrobatic legs into it's body, before withdrawing his paws and licking any substance that was caught on them. The Beedrill began to shake violently, before the bug-type eeveelution used a second Acrobatic to kill it.
As he nibbled on one of the bug's wings, his ears flicked back and forth. His ears were large, perfect for picking up noises, and was there... A buzzing sound somewhere? Must be the delicious bugs, calling to me to eat them...
he mused. But... Maybe it was a group of undead coming from behind them? In his curiosity, he shot a Spider Web onto a branch, climbing up and surveying the area. His eight eyes caught something... Yellow in the distance. Maybe it was a Kakuna! Hungrily, he dashed through the foliage, stumbling and skipping towards the yellow blotch.
Luzige's thoughts proved wrong when the figure turned out to be an Abra... But a living one! Living were always more delicious than undead, they had a much more pure taste. What were those things that the psychic-type wore on it's face? Tilting his head to the side, he carefully popped his head through a bush, flicking his ears. "Hiiiii! I'm Luzige, who're you?" he asked, cheerful as ever. "Oh, and how'd you get to Viridian Forest? Never seen you before." He'd never
seen an Abra in the forest, nor this particular living. [Although he's never seen the giant red dragon, pretty kitty, and delicious bug either.] His two tails swayed quietly, ready to latch onto a branch if needed.