Julia Verne
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The pokemon's stubbornness was admirable when it should have been irritating. Perhaps it was because Mim had recalled her father once telling of an enormous aerodactyl and its rider in the days of his youth. He mentioned that the rider vanished when she was but a babe and that the duo were legends. The tale of the rider had really faded with age and Mimzy hadn't heard the story since she was a child. But seeing the great pokemon made her wonder if this was the creature from the stories and if Clyde's father had been the rider. But if this was the case, why would he leave the north? Unease settled in the pit of her stomach. First the arcanine and now the aerodactyl from the stories. Clyde was tied to the north more than he realized and in a way, Mimzy was jealous.

She did well to mask her disdain. Just who was Clyde? She had thought he was just a knight, originally. But with the passing over the day, she was questioning if there was more just waiting for him over the mountains. She listened, hearing aerodactyl's words and agreement to take them. She breathed a laugh at the ancient pokemon's words. "There isn't just one person in a relationship. It's not going to be that easy for him to get rid of me," she told aerodactyl. She then glanced up into the sky, a soft whistle, like that of a song bird, catching Togekiss's attention.

"You mind giving me a foot up?" the nearly 5 foot tall bird sailed down, she untucked her legs and hooked her talons onto the back of Mimzy's cloak. With her powerful wings, she whipped a strong wind beneath them. While Togekiss could not carry Mimzy, who was heavier than her, for long distances, she could kick up enough air underneath her to help Mimzy scramble up and onto the back of aerodactyl. Once the Togekiss was satisfied her partner had a good seat, she released her and dove toward the sky, joining Murkrow. "My old home is in the plains. I would love to see it again."

|| feels ? |D please explain, or is it took late ? ||