Julia Verne
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'Patience,' Murkrow spat, but it was only because his partner had been alone much longer than any female her age had a right to. Of course, there were points where Murkrow was like a finicky father, anxious about every smile and glance the two shared, but he meant well. In a way, he wanted to thrust the two of them together and say: "now be happy and have babies" but on the other hand he also wanted to throw Clyde off the side of aerodactyl and then cling to Mimzy, telling her that she never needed to get married and that all she needed was him and Togekiss. But it was Togekiss who kept speaking with Spinda. She was the one who didn't need convincing, because she could see that he was a good person. 'Not this soon?' she mused, shaking her head. Murkrow was obviously displeased, sticking his feathers out as he heard.

What went on between the pokemon was not heard by Mimzy as she felt herself break off into deep conversation with the knight. Surprisingly enough, they had more than enough to talk about. You would think that a knight and mage would have a hard time relating, but she found that he was just as eager to listen to what she had to say as she was to listen to him. She only heard them when Clyde dozed off. She could have kept going. Long days of studying gave her a bit of insomnia. With no way of telling night from day, Mimzy slept rarely and when she did it was only for a few hours. She glanced in the direction of Togekiss. The pokemon got up and sauntered toward her. 'Wise choice, you do need to sleep and regain your energy. I'll be quiet so I don't put anyone else to sleep,' she assured Mimzy, taking a seat next to her, before chirping Sing softly in her ear.

It only took a few seconds of being exposed to the move before Mimzy slouched, out cold. Togekiss buckled down for the rest of the ride, curling up beside Mimzy.

Mimzy woke up, greeted by the misty lowlands. Aerodactyl had landed and they were over the mountains. It was hard to see too deeply into the fog. It must have been early morning. "Where..." she started groggily just as a too familiar roar broke through the air. She jerked up and shook Clyde furiously. "Clyde, Clyde wake up! Aggron raiders and a lot of them," she said, reaching for her shortstaff in desperation, though she didn't know what she could do to faze such large men and pokemon.