“Well, no I haven’t,” he replied as some Starly flew overhead. “I must say though, your world does have some interesting wildlife,” he remarked, not realizing they were Pokemon. Of course, he hadn’t had too much exposure to Pokemon to begin with. Aside from what few he’d seen around that his friends owned, Ienzo didn’t know too much about them. Sure, he had a Pokedex that Vance had given him, but if he didn’t know they were in the Pokemon world, how would he know to use it?
“You talk about this world like I do about Radiant Garden,” he smiled at her. “Like it’s the perfect paradise that you never want to move from.”
As he spoke that last line, Platina realized something. She realized that he was speaking the truth. She was a wild spirit, a spirit that craved to travel the world and become the best that she possibly could be. But what if the best that could be offered was right here? What if it was hidden within the pages of the books stored in the Canalave library? Or written on the walls of the ancient caves in Mount Coronet? What is everything she had been looking for was right where she always had been?
Suddenly, the world felt much smaller.
She broke through her thoughts and returned her attention to Ienzo once more. “Yes, Sinnoh holds some of the most magnificent Pokemon in all of the regions. It truly is a paradise.”Curiosity pricked at her skin, her thirst for knowledge slowly crawling to the surface. “Tell me about this.. Radiant Garden.”
“Then I believe I shall. Who knows what I’ll find out,” he smirked. This might be a lot more fun than he’d initially thought. And he was likely to have fun no matter how this turned out. Platina might well have met her match with the youthful scientist before her as he studied her. Hmm. The name she gave and her air means she comes from a family of wealth. Possibly old money, too, from how regal she acts. Definitely the result of tradition. She’s smart though. Might try to keep me on my toes, he thought as he looked at her.
“How interesting…I’ve never been to this Sinnoh place before… what an interesting world…” he murmured. “What is this world like?” he asked.
"You’ve never been?" Platina asked, surprised, as she turned her head to look at him. Odd, she thought, Sinnoh is the place to be. It was true; the northern region housed one of the most diverse lands in all of the Pokemon world, and there were many wonders about this mysterious place, including the obvious one—Mount Coronet. The great mountain split the nation in two, exactly down the middle. The precision of the border between halves was unexplainable.
What was this world like? …Did he mean there was more than one world? No. It couldn’t be.
"It’s wonderful," She answered simply, platinum eyes breaking his gaze to cast themselves over the swirling waters along the Canalave City coastline. "To put it short and sweet, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else."
“Or I could just take the time to research into it on my own. It shouldn’t be too hard, after all. I know what you look like, so asking around might well be easy enough. Now, which world does this happen to be? It isn’t Radiant Garden, I’m sure,” he replied. He may not have known anything about her. But then, she didn’t know about him, either.
"Go ahead, if you’d like." Platina’s family may have been rich, but it wasn’t like she was famous. Even Diamond and Pearl hadn’t known who she was until they’d snooped around and uncovered her disguise. Sure, her first name being kept a secret was true to the Berlitz family tradition, but she didn’t care much for it. Although, she didn’t mind toying with this "Ienzo" character, either.
"This is Canalave City," Platina answered, "In Sinnoh." Radiant Garden? What was that?
Silvia really didn’t care about anyone. Since Wally had disappeared, everything seemed cracked and broken. She had returned to her cold, hard self. She had decided a while ago that she was meant to be alone and that no-one was good enough for her. This girl seemed to be a little too prim and proper to be anything like her. Then again, no-one was ever like her.
“Then fuck off, princess.” Silvia smirked after she spoke. She knew how to get rid of pests.
Platina felt her blood boil. If there was one thing she hated, if there was one thing she just absolutely despised, was to be called a “princess.” She had worked hard all her life, she had worked for everything she had earned. Just the thought of being associated with low-life, undeserving brats such as those angered the girl.
But instead of scowling and retaliating, Platina let a teasing smile curl her lips. This boy was a fool. He had no idea what she was like.. why should she care?
The young, male-looking girl looked puzzled as the new person approached her. She recognized the clothing, but not the person sporting it. Silvia stuffed her hands into her pockets and scowled. Her hair fell into her eyes and shielded her face somewhat, masking her identity as best she could.
“What do you want?”
Platina blinked, her long eyelashes making her platinum eyes appear larger. The girl had a graceful presence to herself, along with a “lady-like” stance she had sported since a very young age. She was always calm and collected, and rarely showed an excess of emotion, but the way this person addressed her with no respect at all made her eyes narrow in the slightest.
So, I belong to this fantastic group (KHT) on another one of my accounts, and we’re in need of new roleplayers. Its not really serious, we just derp around and it’s really really fun. :3 So! I’m just advertising this to get the word out; we’d really like to have you~!
Oh and I’m Tigger btw.~
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