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Through New Eyes

Atira has always been peaceful. What happens when a curse is cast over a small village within this land?

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Introduction

The Atira region is a relatively secret region. Most people from other regions in the world haven't even heard about it before. And the people of Atira prefer it that way. With so few people outside of the region that know of its existence, there are fewer criminals, fewer troublemakers, coming through their homes. Here, most Pokemon can be found, from the bottom of the regions deepest lake, Whispering Lake, to the top of it's tallest peak, Mount Rapture, and even through the busiest city there, Arury. Everywhere you go, you can find Pokemon, whether wild or not.

And, deep within the regions largest forest, Enchanted Forest, lies a small village. Even to those who know the lands of the Atira region, this village is hard to find. Azmar village is by far the smallest village in Atira. It is made of us homes, one small inn, and a small restaurant. Everyone who lives there knows each other, and helps each other. But this small village is where Atira's troubles begin.

On a calm, normal day, the adult villagers bustle around, collecting or preparing food, collecting materials to make tools or clothing, or tending to their crops, or caring for their Pokemon. Children run around, screaming and shouting as they run around, playing. Wild Pokemon hide around the edges of the village, or scurry through the streets, through people feet, looking for food. A few even play with the children, or bother people for food. Some even play with the children. Other Pokemon, ones with trainers and owners, watch over the children, and assist the adults in their daily chores. A few trainers gather at the center the village, having their own battles. Some of the villagers occasionally stop to watch. These battles are the most exciting part of this tiny little village. The center of the village was even left empty, specifically for these battles, as their trainers work to improve their skills, and their Pokemon's strength.

However, on this particular day, one child in particular stops, pointing up at the sky, shouting. As the other children look up, they, too, start pointing and shouting. The adults follow their gaze and, instead of the curiosity of the children, show fear. Nothing much ever happened there, and this had them worried. A panic starts, as people start gathering their children and attempting to find a safe place. All the while, the light in the sky grows brighter and brighter, as though it is growing closer. Many people flee the village, bringing their children and Pokemon with them. Only a few stay, in an attempt to defend their village. However, there is nothing to fight, as the strange light envelops the village.

When these few come to, they soon realize they are no longer humans; they are Pokemon. And their own Pokemon, and pokeballs, have vanished. Now these humans, these "new Pokemon" have to find a way to survive, and a way to turn themselves human again. What caused this light that changed their forms? Where have their Pokemon run off to? And, most importantly, how do they reverse the situation? But the biggest question of all is where do they start looking?

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1. Original characters only, please. I want to see new, original people and Pokemon. Your character can either be a human, a human turned into a Pokemon, or a naturally born Pokemon.

2. I would like to avoid using legendaries as characters. If you are unsure, I use this list as a guide: https://www.serebii.net/pokemon/legendary.shtml And yes, I am including the sub-legendaries and mythical Pokemon in the list of legendaries.

3. As a human, you can not understand the language of Pokemon. Once you have been turned into a Pokemon, if you do turn into a Pokemon, you can speak with other Pokemon, but humans can't understand you. Pokemon can understand human speech, but can't use it themselves. Understanding and expressing emotions, however, is different, and entirely possible.

4. I would like notice ahead of time if you are going to be absent for a while. I can post every other day, usually, sometimes every day, but I will be more patient if people can only post once a week. However, I wouldn't like the posts to be any farther apart than that without notice.

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Character Portrait: Luna Spier "Wait, something's...not right..."
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Sacred Fields

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A large, open grassland within the Atira region.

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The largest forest in the Atira region

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The smallest village in the Atira region, located near the center of the Enchanted Forest.

Atira

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The Atira region.

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The largest lake in the Atira region, located within the Sacred Plains.

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The Forbidden Peaks and the only mountain range within the Atira region.

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The tallest Peak within the Atira region.

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Upon being course corrected, Flare turned to follow Luna, a bit miffed that she thought she knew the way better than he did. If the goal was to find some other human villages, wouldn't looking for one this way be just as good as looking for one the other way? Perhaps his Vulpix companion had been to other villages before, and that was the way they were now heading. It couldn't be too far off the truth, he knew well that some trainer Pokemon traveled to quite faraway lands to go along with the whims of their master.

"I've never been to the plains," Flare started smugly, almost as if he took pride in the fact that he had never wandered that way, "but I think you are right, kid. No trees. It's gotta be awfully bright there, don't you think?" Having spent the majority of his time in woods of medium density, Flare was used to being in the shade. Pokemon in the plains must be quite hot all the time from the sun beating down on them, he reasoned.

As they walked along, Flare tried to look for familiar things, which were becoming less and less frequent the farther they went from his usual romp. There went the edge of the village, and then that big tree with the branch that got burnt from some overzealous fire Pokemon. A few more minutes of walking and they would reach that rock he had sunned himself on that one time, only to almost be captured by some human. Their little ball trap had caught him by surprise, but for whatever reason it failed to open immediately, and by then the Growlithe was long gone. He hadn't been back since.

"What'r newly captured Pokemon like when your master used to bring them home? Don't they try to fight their way out?" Flare asked, the question a natural continuation of his train-of-thought.

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Luna glanced around as they walked. She hadn't been too far from home before, and not even outside the forest. And, when she had left, she had taken a path lose to this one. Still, because of the current situation, she didn't recognize much. It struck her once again that everything looked so very different from this new angle. She hesitated at his question. She had only had two Pokemon before. Her first Pokemon, her Oddish, was friendly from the start. But she had caught a Rockruff before. She thought about what he had been like after she had caught him.

"Well...I guess it depends on the personality of the Pokemon. I mean...I've only known one Pokemon that had been captured. He didn't fight much directly, just tried to run off a few times. But after a little while, he calmed down, and didn't try escaping anymore. I'm not sure if he gave up or realized he got along with the human, but he was loyal after that," she answered. Now that she had seen things from the angle of a wild Pokemon, she couldn't be sure whether or not her Pokemon actually liked her. Things just seemed so different now. She was uncomfortable, suddenly realizing that there was a possibility her Pokemon hadn't liked her, that they might even resent her. She shrugged that thought off. There wasn't anything he could do, not until she was human again.

She blinked, as she suddenly realized the trees were thinning. They couldn't have reached the edge of the forest already...could they? Well, having four legs did change things quite a bit. Or maybe she was so busy looking around and exploring things as a human, it had taken so much longer. Well, not so much exploring as getting lost. But that didn't matter much now.

"So...just out of curiosity, how do you think you'd react if a human had managed to catch you?" She asked, looking towards Flare.

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Glancing at the ground as often as he looked ahead, Flare made note of the interesting shadows the trees were playing along the ground, now that it was getting closer to midday. The irregular blots caused by the canopy above caused quite the patchwork of light and dark that was only broken up by the occasional forest or stump. A trio of Butterfree fluttering in the nearby glade drew the Growlithe's gaze upward before he answered Luna.

"Well, I wouldn't stay caught for long, that's for sure. But I'd be sure to let them feed me first, as long as it ain't those pellets" Flare responded, baring a cheeky grin back at the Vulpix.

Continuing their walk, the meadows and fields that were scattered through the forest seemed to grow with more and more frequency, until there was more open ground than covered. Finally, they seemed to the end of the final copse, and were out in the beaming light of the open plain. Flare couldn't help but craning his head skyward, feeling rather exposed now that there weren't any leafy boughs to keep him covered.

"I wonder what we look like from way up there. Would hate to be picked up by a passing Pidgeot!" Flare observed, blinking away in the greater light.

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Luna wondered about his answer. Sure, he thought that now. But, from what she had seen and heard, Pokemon couldn't just run away like that. She wasn't sure why that was but it never seemed to happen. At least, not that sh had heard of. Maybe it happened all the time, and no one ever really questioned it. She shrugged that thought off. Clearly she had quite a bit to learn now. He hesitated, looking around. They were, indeed, at the edge of the forest. They had reached the plains. She shifted, and looked up at Flares words.

"Um, I think Pidgeot usually keep to eating bug Pokemon, like Caterpie...but i suppose it wouldn't hurt to keep our guard up." However, as she returned her gaze to the plains, it almost seemed as though some of the Pokemon weren't as worried. A herd of Tauros were grazing peacefully, almost unaware of their surroundings. But she knew better than to bother them; her brother had mentioned before that they could be quite difficult, particularly when angry. She started ahead, being careful to avoid them, and found herself walking past a small lake. She paused, looking over the lake.

"Maybe a rest would be a good idea...? I mean, we've been walking since this morning, and I don't know about you, but I could use a break..." She glanced back to Flare, hesitating, unaware of movement in the waters.

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Flare followed Luna through the grass, borrowing the path that she had trampled down to make his own going somewhat easier. He couldn't help but wonder sometimes what it would be like to be a plant-eating Pokemon, like the Tauros in the distance. It seemed like you would never go hungry, especially in a place like this. Their meatless diet certainly didn't hamper their size, that was for sure. Perhaps it was good that they didn't know what they were missing.

His paws starting to ache, particularly his rear ones, Flare was quick to agree to his companion's suggestion to take a rest. "That's gotta be the first good idea you had today! Let's get a drink, kid" he responded with his usual bravado. He wasn't accustomed to walking long distances at a time. Rather, most of his day consisted of short bursts of activity when hunting or chasing followed by long periods of rest. This constant walking plod was new to him.

The water itself was in a slight depression, suggesting that the receded shoreline wasn't quite at capacity. The water seemed pretty calm, apart from the occasional ripple, and the normally cautious Growlithe saw no problem in approaching through the mud. Lowering his head, he took a deep draw of the fresh water.

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Luna glanced at Flare as he went to take a drink from the water. She looked up at the sky. Flare had seemed unsure of the openness of the fields. True, it was a little bright, but otherwise it didn't seem too ad to her. With a brief shrug, she turned to take a drink from the water, as well. After all, they had been traveling most of the day. A break like this was long over due. She blinked, hearing something strange. A small, high pitched sound. She looked up at into the lake.

"Did you...hear that?" she asked. Staring intently into the lake. At least, that was where she ha thought the sound had come from. It was a little hard to see, but she thought she had seen something blue moving through he water. She leaned in a little, trying to get a better look at...whatever it was. Suddenly, a stream of water splashed into her face, and she fell back.

She sat up quickly, looking into the water. Clearly something wasn't happy with them being here. Or maybe just with them drinking from the water of their lake. She sat up, watching as a Marill poked it's head out often water, watching them.

"Umm...I'm not so sure we're welcome here, Flare..."

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Flare saw the stream of water shooting out of the pond, but it wasn't until Luna toppled backwards that the Growlithe realized that she had been hit. He was tempted to laugh, and may have done so had the culprit of spray not risen to the surface. It was a water Pokemon.

"Well, he's just going to have to wait until we finish drinking our fill of his bathwater," Flare responded, directing his defiance at the obviously perturbed Marill. To punctuate his intention to stay, the fire Pokemon shot a small ember in the direction of the surfaced stranger, knowing full well that his attack wouldn't do much once it broke against the pond. It was meant to get the other Pokemon to back off, and stay out of water spitting range.

Satisfied with his small victory, especially with Luna's audience, Flare lowered his head once more. This time, however, he did not stare at his ripply reflection as he tried to drink, but kept his eyes fixed upward across the pond. He didn't doubt that the Marill would try to make a bit more of a fuss, but Flare wanted to make sure that he drank plenty before they continued. In a completely foreign land, he didn't know when the next chance to drink would be, so he may as well take the chance while he had it.

"Come on, kid. The sun is hot today so drink plenty" Flare coaxed, choosing to encourage her now rather than listen to her complain of being thirsty later.

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As the ame hit the surface, the Marill ducked down into the water, to avoid he hit. Luna shook her head, but stood up. The Marill clearly wasn't happy, but she knew she needed to drink. Hesitantly, he approached the water, looking across the lake as she did. She didn't want another surprise attack like that. Flare was right, she knew. It was hot, and the water was necessary for survival. She glanced over the lake one last time before looking back down to get her fill of the water. Internally however she winced at the idea of this lake being the Marills bath water. Still, she didn't her best to ignore that fact.

Luna made sure that, as she drank, she paused every now and then o search the like briefly. There seemed to be constant movement all throughout the lake, how she realized there were Pokemon in the water. Some movement was much less obvious, being deeper in the water than others. And now see thought she might know what she was looking for.

Even still, she didn't realize Marill had practically swam right beneath their faces. He didn't break the water this time, but shot off a dream of water that went right between the two fire types. Luna blinked, and backed up a step, looking to see if the water had hit anything else. Then realized that that was a ridiculous idea. What did it matter if anything else got hit? She turned her attention back to the lake. The Marill now refused to break the surface of the water, but remained close to it. Luna looked to Flare briefly before looking back to the Marill.

"It's almost like he's intent on fighting us. Or at least, getting us away from the lake," she noted, taking another small step back. She knew that she and Flare both were fire types, and weak to water. But they did need to drink. Maybe fighting was the best way? Or maybe another source of water? She knew that somewhere in these plains there was a river. But she had no idea where or how far away it was. It was probably best not to take any chances, she decided. But now that meant a fight with a water type. Why was this trip, this little exploration, so very hard? Her brother never complained of travelling being this difficult. Then again, he was human through his trips.

"So...do we fight...or hope we find water later?"

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Having hardly had a proper chance to slake his thirst, Flare grew annoyed at the Marill who seemed set on getting them to shove off. Why did this Marill think he owned the whole lake? Its not as if he was the only one in there. Flare never chased other Pokemon around for sitting on a tree stump, so why should this water Pokemon think this whole environ was his domain? Now, admittedly, they were strangers in another stranger's territory. But that was no excuse for hogging the only water hole.

"Psh, It's only one stupid water rodent, kid. Don't pass up whats in front of ya if you don't know if there's any more coming," Flare retorted, his attitude rather flippant for a Pokemon who would probably be bettered by the one he was insulting. Sure their adversary was a water Pokemon, but there was two of them. Well, one and a half of them, Luna wasn't exactly the best fighter in the field.

Defiant remarks aside, the Growlithe soon realized that there wasn't much he could do to the Marill at the moment. The mouse Pokemon was underwater and hardly surprisable, so a fire attack would be out of the question. Flare was loath to jump into the water to go after him in his own domain, especially if his opponent had other friends down there. No, if the Marill wanted to pick a fight, he would have to make the first move, and not just an idle threat. As long as the pair stayed on the shore, Flare was confident the Marill would have to come to the shallows if he wanted to face off.

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Luna hesitated, glancing at Flare before looking back at the water. Sure, they needed the water, but what could be done? This Marill was a water type; she knew who held the advantage in a battle here. Even if there were two of them and one Marill...she was still learning how to fight. She'd probably be more of a nuisance than a help in a fight. Sure, Flare had taught her a few things, but she still wasn't exactly overly confident in her abilities. She inched a tiny step away from the water.

"But...its a water-type...isn't that just a little...risky?" she asked, still watching the lake. If the Marill showed up again, she wanted to be able to at least move out of the way of the attack. She thought she might have the basics of a fire attack down, but she wasn't sure it would be anything more than a small flame. Not that that mattered much here.

"Besides, there might be a lot more under the surface...and if they all show up, we'll definitely be in a lot of trouble..." She was highly doubtful of this plan; of staying to get their fill of water when the Marill was being so very aggressive. This could be very dangerous.

"It's a big open plain; I'm sure we'll find another lake or pond or something...won't we?"

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"Hey look, Luna, the pup who pushes the most gets fed. You gotta take what you want or you'll never get anythin'" Flare responded, beginning to become exasperated at the Vulpix's hesitance. Arguing about getting a drink was making him even thirstier. The Marill had disappeared. Obviously he had backed off. It was time to take what they wanted and get moving.

Flare walked into the muddy shallows, his chin sticking out defiantly as he lowered his head to the water to take in a drink. He was beginning to wonder if he was going to have to argue with Luna every time some Pokémon got a little confrontational with them. It must have been a shallow world, being a trainer's pet. Never have to really work for anything. And the food had to taste rotten.

No, he wouldn't back down. For all the blustering he had just done to get them to stay, he would be angry with himself if he backed down.

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Luna glanced at Flare. He was probably right. Who knew when they were going to find another source of water? That didn't change her hesitance to fight another Pokemon. This was probably normal, everyday life for a Pokemon. Well, it had been like that in the forest, just not quite to this extreme. Still, she was getting thirsty. She remained near the edge of the lake, lowering her mouth to the edge of the water to drink, still watching the lake nervously. After a few moments, it looked as though the Marill had finally left them alone.

She had figured life was relatively rough for wild Pokemon, but having to fight for a little drink of water seemed to be a bit much. Why did Flare seem to like it so much? He seemed so set against humans, against being a trainers Pokemon. She shrugged the thought off. It wasn't really her business. Besides, after all he had done to help her so far, she didn't need to butt into his personal business.

Finally, satisfied, she picked her head back up, glancing around again. Everything looked to be clear now. Few wild Pokemon, especially in their path. She turned her attention back to Flare.

"Well, I guess, as soon as you're ready, we get going again. I'm guessing the more traveling we get done in the daylight, the better." Not to mention, she was almost impatient to see what she could find out. Maybe, if she could just see what was causing this whole thing...but now she was getting ahead of herself. First things first; another village.

"Are we ready to get going again, Flare?"

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Nothing was coming. Flare wasn't sure if he was disappointed or not. He kept his eyes fixated on the pond before him, his tongue stretching out farther than normally required so that his head could remain up. Well, what was disappointing about getting another Pokémon to shove off? Perhaps that water mouse had learned a manner or two.

Flare's ears flicked as Luna addressed him, and he turn towards her as he walked out of the mud. Shaking his paws haphazardly, he agreed with her rather forcefully. All that energy which had been building up for the confrontation had to dissipate somehow. "SURE kid! There's gotta be better company in this human village place than out here," he responded, his jibe directed at a Pokémon that was clearly somewhere underwater and beyond earshot.

Still tracking mud despite his brief shakedown, Flare made a move to lead on in the direction they had been heading. The sun beat warmly upon his orange and black back, and his creamy tail swished contentedly now that he was no longer thirsty. His mind wandered to what their eventual destination would hold. Besides the obvious trinkets and potential fire stone, Flare couldn't help but wonder if there were other Luna's to be found. What if the humans up and left the whole region? There would be helpless Pokémon stuck in human houses all over the place. Poor souls. Well, Flare couldn't feel too guilty about it, he had already done his part with this homely Vulpix.

"Say kid, you think there are other's like ya in this village place up ahead? You know, left trapped by the humans?" Flare asked, always curious about her opinions.

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Luna followed Flare, pausing occasionally to wipe mud off her paws. She noticed Flare was still pretty muddy, but she couldn't walk like that. She would much rather be at least somewhat presentable, just in case. She was pleased that there were no more attacks, though Flare's sudden force and energy caught her off guard. Maybe he was still a little wound up, or being defensive? She had no way of knowing for sure. Either way, they were off to the next village. She paused at Flare's question. she tilted her head o to one side briefly as she thought about what he had said. What if there were Pokemon that had belonged to trainers? Or what if they ran into more people like her; transformed into Pokemon. She thought a few moments before responding.

"I think it's a very real possibility. I mean, there's also the possibility that there are still people there, too. There are a lot of possibilities; we should probably be prepared for any possibility. Even if there are people there, we can still go through human's things, of course, if we're smart about it," she added quickly, not wanting to discourage Flare's willingness to explore the human village.

"But, if there are other left behind, they were most likely captured, and already know how to survive. There aren't many who bother raising young Pokemon, you know; bad for their battles." She paused. How was she much different? Granted, she had only caught three...well, two; one was given to her. But the main point was still the same; she had captured other Pokemon. She shook that thought off. It didn't do much good thinking about it now, and she needed to focus on the task at hand.

"I'm more curious as to whether or not others that have never been caught have already explored it. There weren't too many in the other village, but what if they're more inquisitive nearer this one? I mean, I don't remember any others being as aggressive as that Marill in the pond," she added. If others here were more interested, or aggressive, it could mean trouble. Or friends. But who knew? Either way, with any luck, she would be at least a little closer to figuring out exactly what had happened. Worst case scenario, they moved on to the next stop.

"You think we might actually find anything out? About what's happening to the humans?"

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Flare listened to Luna, grinning at her self-deprecating point about coddled-from-youth Pokémon being poor survivalists. He reflected with her as she wondered if other wild Pokémon may have drifted into the village they were exploring. Of course it was perfectly possible that he was not the only wild out there that found the world of the tame intriguing, but Flare found some small pride in thinking that his hobby was unique. It was a risky occupation, after all. Not ever Pokémon out there could pull off a heist like him. Even if his heists had usually consisted of sneaking off baubles from alleyways at night.

"I dunno, kid. It's like I said before. Humans are strange. They up and leave their perfectly fine dens just for another set to move right in. But I haven't ever heard of 'em leaving all at once like this," Flare responded, pausing for a moment to pluck a piece of grass. He was starting to get hungry, and chewing on the stalk took his mind off the weak pangs.

"But I think we gotta be more concerned with all the Pokémon they had captured. If their not being left behind like you were they are all being herded somewhere far away. Even if livin' with humans was a forced home, it was still a home, eh? It's what you've made it sound like, kid."

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