Julia Verne
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Mimzy reached up and touched her hair when he complimented it. It had been the reason why she was forced into being a pariah. To think that someone thought it was beautiful was astounding beyond belief. For a moment, she thought he was lying or maybe even making fun of her, but she then realized that he was being honest. "Thank you, that's the first time someone has ever told me that," she finally managed out, running her fingers through the tangles of her hair. She had witch's hair and someone thought it was pretty. She had never felt so... elated, yet strange in her entire life. There was a tingling in her chest, one that she had never felt before and the female didn't like thing she couldn't explain. However, this feeling, was slightly uncomfortable and made her face and ears burn. Thankfully, Clyde continued on the subject, dragging her away from her fluster. [color=]"Kids are kids, despite where they are from,"[/color] she chuckled just before they somehow got closer.

'Good, good,' Togekiss cooed just before she and Murkrow were swatted away like bug pokemon. Disdainfully, Togekiss plopped down and ruffled her feathers, glancing in the direction of the two. 'It is about time, she's well past the humans' marrying age. And I am no Xatu, but-' it was Murkrow who interrupted her angrily. 'Don't get too far ahead of yourself! They've only known each other for a short while.' Togekiss spared him an amused glance. 'What fate weaves shall happen. They met for a reason and perhaps for more than just saving Ho-oh. Look at the two of them-' she motioned to the pair. 'Awkward and inexperienced. NOTHING is ever going to happen between them if neither makes the first step.'

'Patience,' Togekiss shushed, before looking back in the direction of the two. "My family..." Mimzy repeated. She hadn't really thought much of them until that day. "I wish I could say I missed them. I was a bit of a disgrace to them. Their oldest daughter who didn't have proper manners and rolled in the mud like a wild child with the pokemon. They already had a hard enough time finding a betrothed for me and then... when I finally was of age my magic released and nearly had me burned at the stake if not for The Wizard. I don't think that I'm much of a welcome sight... The Wizard was my true family. I mean, it would be nice to see the village and how things are going... but I don't think I would be welcome. The northerners were very apprehensive in even accepting The Wizard. It's only because he's equally skilled with a sword that they even tolerate him," she sighed, glancing at her hands. If only she knew how to use a real weapon. Then maybe that wold make things slightly better.