Non-battle post #1
The feather drifted through the air, like a kids swing set. Back and forth until it was only a few inches from the floor. Then Amonea grabbed it. Quickly she tucked the feather behind her ear, but not before she ran it over the uncalloused parts of her hand, feeling its smooth surface against her skin.
The source of the feather, a rather peckish Wingull, sneezed and took flight out of the open window. As its wings spread out, it sent a spray of rainwater backwards and into the ranger station. Ignoring the water, Amonea slammed the window shut irratably and glanced at her watch.
It was early afternoon, around 1:00. Where was he? The trainer she was supposed to be taking into the park. It was the first one she had taken in several months, after a pro-longed illness and then a rush back to the mainland to care for her ailing grandmother. And after all her hard work, he was late!
Or perhaps not. The door suddenly swung open onto the drizzly day, allowing entrance to the new park goers.
"Welcome. I am Ranger Amonea. Don't you dare forget to wipe your feet!" she added sharply. Lack of sleep mixed with nerves made her more cross than usual. Without waiting for a reply, she pulled a black raincoat on pulled its hood over her long red hair.
"We'd normally take the cart, but I am not fooling with it in the rain. The jeep will do just fine. Follow me, please." Grabbing a set of keys, she marched into the wet parking lot, earning her a disapproving look from a fellow ranger and a pointed nod at an old sign hung above the door: 'Politeness and courtesy go a long way!'
Selecting an old white jeep that was actually quite comfortable, Amonea started it up and cranked the heat to full. It was then she glanced around for her trainer, a Mr. Carpenter.
Trainer: Nicholas Carpenter
Location: Meteor Valley
Park Ball x 2
Super Ball x 1
Super Potion x 1
Pokemon: Electrode <In ball>
Nickname: Issac Newtorb
Pokemon previously encountered:
Area Effects: Raining
Area temperature: Inside station it is 72 degrees farenheit; outside, it is 60 degrees.