The Great Marsh [Ranger Station] || Noon [Raining]
Lu'req 12 || Johvani 12
Lu'req listens to the music of the outside world. The hum of the rain, call of the storm, whistling wind, and the boom of approaching thunder. No doubt it was speeding up, and would pass the worst of it over them soon. Did they continue on during the eye, how much time would they be afforded? Would these Pokemon be able to keep pace? He counted the beats and tried to deduce how much time they had. The dragon takes full advantage of the rest, re-hydrating with fresh rain water and appreciating the storm as well without interrupting his moment. "No! No more secrets! It's dry now, so its time you start explaining." The pipsqueak eeveelution yowls at him indignity, but the small Radeon does not so much as flinch at her outburst.
He heard no concerning noises but alas, he would not be allowed to focus. "Do you always yell to get your way?" He jives, expression unchanged. This child was irritating, how did these Pokemon put up with her, how had she not gotten herself killed from running her mouth? "Who are you? You talk all high and mighty but you're skulking about this awful swamp, so who do you think you are?!" A vein pulses on the side of his temple. "I think I'm the one who got your sorry asses out of the danger zone." It was not the most dangerous section but you'd have to be a moron to wander it so blindly.
Johvani's faceted gaze slides over to Reed, asking, seeking, but not at all pushing to answer the stream of questions. Did he wish to quiet her, to learn from these Pokemon, or continue to wait until the coast was truly clear? His deep maroon eyes blinked slowly, the weight of choice clearly tossing about in his mind, but he did not give a tell on a decision either way. Shuffling their shoulders Johvani paid it no mind; they would answer when the time came.
"You said this place was clear, so don't pretend we need a better spot to chat freely." The juvenile continued to bark, the outburst only working her up more. Her companion spoke gently, trying his best to calm her down and prevent what Johvani could only assume was a coming meltdown. It was odd, they thought, that this young one could be so patient some moments and so childish the next.
"Do you think your safety is constant while treading in a Luxray's den?" Reed hisses, fangs peaking from beneath his fangs. Lightning flashes again and he takes a quick glance at the sky outside. The bolt lit up the clouds if only for a moment, and he squinted to spot anything of concern. The Sylveon continued to pacify her but it did little for the pounding feeling growing in his head. "You act so clueless its hard to believe."