Julia Verne
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The description was actually quite spot on, but telling a northerner that didn't always please them and it was clear that there was great amount of disdain on Mimzy's face. She was filled with joy to be called a friend. Clyde was probably the first her own age she had made. "Perhaps it seems that way to those who come from a place with rich flora like Vinland. But there is a sense of security, being able to see everything before you instead of having it hidden behind trees. Some might feel exposed, but that is what the north is. Exposed. The land and people have nothing to hide." She then quieted to listen to aerodactyl and Clyde bicker. He has to be the one from the legends. Why isn't he telling Clyde? Should I tell him? But one thing Gruncle told her was to have patience and trust fate. If it was meant to happen, it would with time. Rushing things could have unknown repercussions.

She smiled in amusement as spinda yanked Clyde down and ended the fight before it began. She listened to him speak, smirking the whole time, only acknowledging him when he spoke to her. She was about to ask when he lifted her and plopped her next to Clyde. She understood the pokemon's reasoning and it worked just as well as he intended. As if suddenly being queued in, Murkrow swooped down from the sky and landed on aerodactyl's back, just across for them. 'Did I arrive in time for the show?' he asked Spinda as he dropped Mimzy's hat and sat on it. Mim didn't hear him, but instead glanced up when Clyde asked a question. She was about to answer, but found herself speechless when she saw the color of his eyes. They were... so familiar.

"You have such beautiful eyes..." she was about to add "just like the high king's", however her voice failed her before then. Suddenly realizing what she had blurted out the female averted her gaze, her face turning quite red. 'Did I miss anything?' Togekiss breathed as she landed as well. "Oh, for fun we'd play games. Like warrior, pretending we had arcanines and were the high king's warriors..." she said quickly, trying to cover herself for what she had just said. The game she spoke of she had never played, but she had watched the other kids play it.