“Can I fit down it?” Mel asks Mathias and the charizard knew full well that she couldn’t get past it. The opening was tosmall to fit her body in. Despite him being calm, Mathias was worried for Arry’s safety. In a sense, he wanted to scream damn it with all his breath but it would alert the enemy to their position. Looking at Mel, Mathias then tells her. ”You won’t be able to fit more than just your head. If only if we seen him sooner. Damn it.” There was an instance in Mathias’ mind to go search for him himself but if he ran into trouble or they went to attack Mel while he was away, there wouldn’t be any chances. The only option they had was to wait for the rest to return after dealing with the houndoom.
Bastet continued to keep ahold of the unconscious aipom and listened to what options they have. “It doesn't matter what happens with it. If we give it back or not, they'll know where we are. They know the aipom went this way, it won't take much to figure out where we are if it doesn't return. We can't stay here long, either way. Best we start moving before they get wise and send stronger pokemon down here.” Yet using the aipom to get information one way or another was possible. ”Exactly, Its better to bring it. Maybe we'll find a use in real time.” Any use for it would be a bit harder but Bastet can try to see if she can uncover anything from the aipom’s mind however it would leave her unable to move while she does so. “Maybe you could use it as a projectile.” Knowing that using other enemies as projectiles was not unheard of, it did however have its risks including accidentally killing them if thrown too hard. “Follow it up with a fireball and they will never see it coming.” It sounded a little brash to Bastet but this is a battlefield and its a life or death situation. Killing it would be a potential waste so what better option is to just use the aipom scout as a projectile to knock down any of its comrades. ”We could use him as a projectile, knock his comrades down and force them to stay back with a fireball. The stronger ones might prove a bit of a challenge.”
Mathias stuck his head into the chute seeing literally nothing except what’s on the bottom. ”A knocked down hamper. If Arry did fall down there, he must have either landed on that and landed inside and tipped it over himself. It looks like the width could only fit something as small as him or any small pokemon around his size.” He then pulls his head out as he backed up. There’s no way either of them can fit inside without getting stuck very quickly. ”There’s a hamper down below, likely for sending towels and rags to get washed. However, we can’t fit inside without getting stuck immediately.” The charizard confirms to Mel.