"Listen drama queen," Nevan's ears flinched at the words. Her body still shuttered, and the sound of this new voice was unfamiliar and definitely not a kind one. "You can't just lay there. Get up and show some spine. It's not the end of the world unless you let it be." If the Espeon was one with a short fuse, she definitely would have jumped the gun. However, she was much calmer and sweeter, and as her eyes looked around her at the droplets of scarlet that were scattered across the earth her body couldn't help but to cringe. The damn memories... they just wouldn't leave her alone! She hated death, and seeing someone die only seemed to send her into the darkness of her mind. Her lungs felt constricted, but she knew she had to stop her quivering. Her body had gone numb out in the open from a few memories, and if it wasn't for this new Pokemon the Ratatta would have easily been able to take them out.
Slowly, she lifted her upper body with her front paws. Sitting up with her ears drooped to the side as her eyes burned holes into the meteor that had crushed the Umbreon.
"Um, Nevan, are you alright?" Paladin's voice pulled her from her thoughts and she immediately looked up and nodded her head.
"I'm fine... y-you evolved!" Her eyes looked the new creature over. Just what this new form of his was though, she wasn't sure. With a quick glance around her, as if expecting the Hydreigon to return, the Espeon hesitantly lifted her body up and took a single step forward. "How are you feeling Paladin? We still have that Potion if you need it," she staggered over to where she had left the vile and thankfully it was still there. Her own back still ached from the encounter with the Stantler, however she would easily be able to sleep that off.
"What's your name? I-I'm Paladin." Her eyes soon drifted to the new face. It was another species of Pokemon that she had never seen. Nevan still seemed fairly out of it. After what had happened to Blade. Her eyes were constantly moving around the skies, while her tail swished from one side to the next. Maybe it was just her, but it was nerve wrecking to have a shower of blood rain down from someone she had been talking to only a few short minutes ago. It was hard letting the thought go, so she tried expelling it with more pleasant memories. Particularly one revolving around her trainer taking both her and her brother to a lake to fish. At least this way she could find a bit of solace.