Welcome back to Medievalmon Quest!You are Ceil Millener, the son of a well known merchant. You recently received a letter from your deceased uncle. Following its instructions, you are now in training to become a full-fledged aura user alongside your partner Riolu. Currently, you’re traveling back to your hometown along with your friend, Lisa Fletcher.>Current Status>Ceil HP 10/10>Riolu HP 25/25>Froakie HP 15/15>Bagon HP 30/30>Abilities (Ciel/Riolu):> Aura Vision II> Aura Healing II>Aura Strike I>Abilities (Froakie):>Water Pulse I>Abilities (Honedge):>Shadow Walk I>One to Many I>Current Funds: 185p >Items: Red glaive, 3 Pecha berries, 2 Rawst Berries, 1 dose of Energy powder, basic travel supplies, sunstone, silver flute, meteorite, strange swordPrevious Threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=medievalmonTwitter: https://twitter.com/QM_Medievalmon
You’re currently speaking with Lisa in the yard behind her shop. You just finished explaining that you were using the ghost sword you found. Lisa seemed dubious as to the idea of it though. Maybe you should try explaining further?>Try and convince Lisa that the ghost sword isn’t dangerous anymore (Write-in)>Explain/show some of the things the ghost sword can do>Talk with Lisa about something else (specify)>Other (specify)
>>36417689>Explain/show some of the things the ghost sword can do
>>36417689>Explain/show some of the things the ghost sword can doBut explain that using it to much would be an unwise decision.
You decide to give a bit of a demonstration of the ghost sword's abilities. Maybe seeing how useful it is will convince Lisa that this is the right call."Here, let me show you," you say, moving to the shade of the trees on the edge of the yard. With a swift lunge, you find yourself at the other end, right next to the archery target Lisa was using before.>Ceil HP 9/10"Ceil!?" she exclaims, glancing between your new location and your previous one, "How did you do that? One moment you were there and then you melted down into the ground and then...""That's not all," you reply. Focusing in, you realize that the sword is the one who activated the duplication earlier, however as the thought springs into your mind, you notice the double already forming next to you.>Ceil HP 8/10You slowly begin walking over to Lisa, your duplicate matching your step. Lisa is currently staring at you dumbfounded by the sight. Carefully, she moves forward, slowly beginning to circle the two of you. You do your best to avoid glancing at her, lest your eyes give away which one is real. After a few minutes of her inspection she finally reaches out and gingerly tries to touch your duplicate. As soon as her fingers pass through however, it blinks away along a ripple of air."This is really weird," Lisa states, "At least I don't need to worry about two of you running around and getting hurt though. Are you sure these powers are safe to use?""I've already experimented thoroughly with them," you explain, "I should be fine as long as I don't use it too much in a short time span.""Well, if you're sure then," she murmurs, "At least it's not trying to possess you anymore.""No need to worry about that.">Talk to Lisa about something else (specify)>It's around time for lunch, ask Lisa if she wants to go somewhere>It's around time for lunch, ask Lisa if you can eat with her family>Other (specify)
>>36418074>It's around time for lunch, ask Lisa if she wants to go somewhere or eat lunch.
>>36418074>It's around time for lunch, ask Lisa if she wants to go somewhere
"Anyway," you say, sheathing the sword, "Did you want to go get lunch somewhere?""Really?" she replies, "Well, I guess we could go to Racco's. It's been a while since we had the chance to get some of their stew.""Sounds like a plan."After Lisa bids farewell to her parents, the two of you head off through the city to Racco's Tavern. It was mostly frequented by sailors in the nights and evenings, but the served meals during the day as well. Their stew was well known throughout the town, and you'd eaten there on many occasions.Once you arrive, you push the door open to reveal a rather crowded seating area. The bar is almost completely full, and only a few tables remain empty. You work your way over to one, noting the lack of clamor that you'd expect. It's only after you sit down that you realize most of these men must be sailors with no better way to spend their day.A waitress comes over and takes your order, and you find yourself speaking rather softly so as to not disturb the silence of the room. A few minutes later, she comes out with two rather heaping bowls of stew. You give her a handful of coins to cover your meal, and she flashes you a smile as she walks away.>Current funds 180Lisa cuts you a quick glance before focusing on her meal, taking her spoon in hand and starting to eat. You follow suit, and the taste is almost as good as you remember. It feels a bit off, but that might just be the somber atmosphere getting to you.>Talk about something as you eat (specify)>Just focus on your meal for now>Other (specify)
>>36418411>Talk about something as you eat (specify)See I missed this when we were on the road. Nothing like a good stew you can sit down and enjoy eating without worry of some wild pokemon running through camp. Good food with a great friend.
>>36418411Sounds good >>36418591
"See I missed this when we were on the road." you say, "Nothing like a good stew you can sit down and enjoy eating without worry of some wild monsters running through camp. Good food with a great friend.""Y-yeah," she stammers, "Me too."She quickly sips at another spoonful of broth. "It was kinda nice though," she continues, "Being able to spend more time with you.""Yeah," you reply, "We should really do this sort of thing more often."Lisa's cheeks turn a bit red as you speak, which is odd. You didn't notice the soup being particularly hot though. Maybe she just didn't let it cool enough.The silence lingers for a moment longer before you realize that you've almost finished your stew. Once you are, the waitress comes to collect your bowls as the two of you continue sitting.>Talk with Lisa about something else (specify)>Ask he to go with you to do something else in town (specify)>Offer to walk with her back to her house>Other (specify)
>>36418765>Ask he to go with you to do something else in town (specify)Wanna explore the town? We can see things we normally miss with more people around. Plus we can spend some more time together.
>>36418797That sounds fun
"Wanna explore the town? We can see things we normally miss with more people around," you suggest, "Plus we can spend some more time together.""Sure, that sounds great," Lisa exclaims, perking up at your suggestion. She glances around self consciously as a few of the heads in the room glance over, her outburst breaking the silence of the room."Well, let's get going then," she says grabbing your hand and pulling you towards the door.Once you're outside, you wander the market place for a while, though you notice most of the stands are rather barren. Most of the interesting stock seems to have already been sold, and you doubt they're in any position to restock due to the blockade."Hey Ceil," Lisa says, tugging your arm, "How about we check out that pet shop?"You glance in the direction she's pointing to see a rather picturesque storefront with a large window. You've passed by here several times, though you don't remember seeing this place. It was probably due to people crowding around it though. Glancing in the window, you spy the sleeping forms of a few baby monsters atop cushions. One seems to be a pup of the same type Jean has, with the telltale stripes. The other has the black fur of another hound you've seen before, though it's diminutive size makes it much more endearing than the normal guard dogs of its kind.You push the door open and you're greated with a faint welcome from the other side of the shop. You glance an see a young woman, busy feeding a few of the birds in their cages. You notice a few like Lisa's Pidgey, as well as some smaller red birds and even a few types you don't recognize. Elsewhere in the shop, you see a few more feline and canine monsters of various types, no doubt due to their popularity as housepets. There are even a few others that stand out, such as a tiny red fox with a pair of white tails. It seems to be yipping at one of the red birds, which tweets back in response.(cont)
Lisa is enamored with the entire display, moving quickly from one spot to another to look at the adorable young monsters. Quite a few seem to enjoy the extra attention, which you suppose there hasn't been a lot of due to the lack of customers.>Watch Lisa play with the animals>Look around the shop for animals to play with>Ask the shopkeeper about something (specify)>Other (specify)
>>36419272>Watch Lisa play with the animalsMaybe paly with one or two yourself.
>>36419272>Look around the shop for animals to play with
>>36419272Watch her and blush
You watch Lisa, who seems to have found herself sitting next to a rather sizable group of puppies. "They're all so cute!" she says, lifting one up to her face. The tiny animal then begins licking her nose and cheeks, prompting Lisa to burst out in a fit of laughter."Stop it! That tickles!" You look on in amusement as she rolls onto her back and a few of the other puppies join in as well, licking at her ears and arms. She seems to be giggling uncontrollably now. You never realized Lisa was so ticklish before."Ceil!" she calls out between a fit of laughter, "Help me! I'm stuck!"It's true, you don't see how she could get out from under that pile in her current condition, let alone with the large pile of animals that's weighing her down.>Help her>Tease her>Other (specify)
>>36419638Tease here while helping her.
"I don't know," you reply, "You seem to be having a lot of fun.""Ceil," she sputters while laughing, "Please""Well, you brought this on yourself Lisa," you continue, "If you had known you were so ticklish, then you shouldn't have tempted fate.""Please Ceil," she says, almost incoherent amongst all the giggling, "I'll do anything so please."Alright, that's enough fun for now. You head over and begin removing the puppies from Lisa and setting them off to the side helping her up once you're done."Thanks Ceil," she says, face flush red, "I guess I got a little carried away.""No problem.">Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Ask the shopkeeper about something (specify)>Do something else in the pet store (specify)>Offer to walk Lisa home>Do something else in town (specify)>Other (specify)
>>36419877>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Ask the shopkeeper about something (specify)How much are one of the puppies?
"Do you ant to get one?" you ask."One of the puppies?" Lisa says, "I don't know. They're really cute, but it'd be a lot of extra work. Plus I'm not sure my parents would want me keeping it in the house.""Well, are there any of them you like in particular?" you ask. "Probably one of the black furred ones," she says after a moment of pondering, "It's cute now, and then when it gets bigger it'd be good at helping me out with my hunting." Out of curiosity, you decide to ask the shopkeeper as well, who tells you that it'd be 30p for one of the common ones, and 60p for one of the rarer breeds.
The one Lisa pointed out is one of the common ones, so you wouldn't be springing to much getting it, but she also seemed rather indecisive about the whole thing. You feel like if you bought her one, she'd accept it, but you're not sure how much she really wants one.>Buy her a puppy (30p)>Don't buy her a puppy>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Ask the shopkeeper something (specify)>Offer to walk Lisa home>Other (specify)
>>36420261>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)Are you sure about this? I'm wanting to by you one but it has to be one you want. If you want we can come back later for you to make up your mind.
>>36420261Pretty much >>36420281leaning toward >Don't buy her a puppy
"Are you sure about this? I'm wanting to buy you one but it has to be one you want," you tell Lisa, "If you want we can come back later for you to make up your mind.""I'm fine Ceil," she replies, "Really, you don't have to constantly get me gifts or anything like that. That sort of stuff doesn't matter when you like hanging out with someone.""I guess," you say, "You seem to really like them though.""That's because they're adorable, lovable, and affectionate," she states, "That should be obvious.""Well, maybe some other day then.'"Maybe."The two of you linger for a few minutes more before departing. It's around mid afternoon.>Go somewhere else in town (specify)>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Go see Jean about Bagon's armor>Offer to walk Lisa home>Other (specify)
>>36420560>Go see Jean about Bagon's armor>Offer to walk Lisa home
aww, why couldn't we get one for Ceil? vulpix and growlithe are awesome
"Well, I still need to stop by Jean's to pick something up," you begin, "After that I can walk you home though.""Sounds good to me," Lisa answers, "I haven't had a chance to go see him since after I got back."The two of you make your way over to Jean's place, which is only a few streets away. You push the door open to see Jean, drumming is fingers on the countertop."Ceil!" he grins, "And I've see you've brought your lovely assistant as well.""Now I remember why I hadn't visited him yet," Lisa frowns."C'mon Lisa," Jean laments,"It was just a joke. It's nice to see you. How have you been?""Pretty well," she responds, "It's nice to see you too Jean.""So Jean, about Bagon's armor," you interrupt."It's right over there on that shelf," Jean gestures, "Anyway Lisa, about your trip..."You walk over to the shelf, picking off the two pieces of metal bound by leather straps. You call Bagon over, and slip the loops around him, tightening it so it fits snugly. Once you finish, Bagon looks at you inquisitively. Either he didn't notice you putting the armor on, or he just didn't care. Either way, he isn't in any discomfort, which means the armor is already fairly good. You head back over to the others."So," Jean continues, "Even after all that he still didn't-""Not one more word," Lisa snaps."The armor fits great Jean," you say as you pick the coins out of your wallet "I owe you forty right?""That'll cover it," he says, counting the coins, "Pleasure doing business as always.""Alright," you nod, "Ready to head home Lisa?"She gives a quick nod in response. You wave goodbye to Jean and walk Lisa back to her house. It's rather quiet, and it's getting to be later into the evening, almost around dinnertime.>Ask Lisa something else (specify)>Just walk quietly for now>Other (specify)
>>36420785The >Other option exists for a reason. If you guys want to stop by and by one later, you can.
>>36420884Ok why were you and Jean talking about me?
>>36420884>>Ask Lisa something else (specify)"So, what was that about back there with Jean?"time to cure Ceil of his Shiro Syndrome
"So, what was that about back there with Jean?" you ask."What was what back there with Jean?" she responds, glancing away."You know," you continue, "Why were you and Jean talking about me?""Who says we were talking about you?"You give her a look, and she squirms a bit before relenting."Alright, so maybe we were talking about you," she explains, "I told him about some of the things that happened on the trip, and then Jean latched onto some of it. I think he has a strong opinion about how you reacted during some of the times we were together on the trip. He's the last person I need to hear that from though.">Write-in (specify)
>>36421156"Strong how, did I do something wrong?"
"Strong how, did I do something wrong?""No, it's not anything you did," she shakes her head, "Jean's just sticking his nose into other people's business.""Well, what was the thing he was concerned with?""W-well," she stammers, "I may have mentioned the necklace you got for me, and maybe that time--never mind, that's not important."The necklace? Why would Jean be making a big deal over that? Unless...There's something Lisa isn't telling you, and you think you know what it is. The only question is how to address it.>Write-in (specify)
Well, I'd hate to do this at this moment, but unfortunately I'll need to end the thread here. Thanks for playing. I'll be sticking around for a minute for questions or comments.
>>36422012t-t-thanks for the thread
>>36422012Thanks for running sorry it was so slow.