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Okora

A seasoned and confident Saiyan woman whom is Misokai's ever superior rival. Generally sarcastic, and always seems bored with life, even in a fight.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by ClockworkTowers

Description

Description
Okora is a Saiyan, a race of naturally aggressive warriors from a far part of the universe. She is very similar to a Human with a darker skin tone on the outside, with the main thing separating her as something else being her monkey-like tail. She lacks some of the size and muscle common with most of her male counterparts but compensates with a seemingly increased agility and affinity for manipulating her ki energy (she is by no means less powerful than any other Saiyan). Saiyans are commonly seen with black hair, and Okora is no exception to this. Her hairstyle is a medium straight cut that has not changed since her youth. She has dark irises, which are extremely common among Saiyans as a whole. While Saiyans age somewhat similarly to Humans, they retain their younger appearance far longer (well into their sixties even), making it nigh impossible to tell exactly how old they are. Okora's weight is also a mystery.

Being a pure-blooded Saiyan, Okora has a tail, monkey-like in appearance, and covered in brown fur. Normally a particularly sensitive area of a Saiyan's body, causing pain when grabbed, Okora has trained herself out of this and wraps it around her hip to keep her balance adjusted to the gravity of wherever she is. The tail is also very prehensile and has been used by Okora to grab things, as well as aid in attacks and combat maneuvers. The final benefit of the tail is that it allows Okora to ascertain a powerful form under the light of a full moon provide she stares at it for long enough. She has lost her tail in the past, and sometimes culls it purposefully, although it always grows back. She has learned how to control herself while in her transformed state, retaining her cognitive function.


Personality
Okora is a Saiyan first and foremost, and this carries a natural love of conflict and fighting over a peaceful camaraderie with other races. It also leaves her with a strong-willed personality and a lax sense of humor, though she also seems to exude an almost chronic level of laziness. At times, she can be overly sarcastic, and generally keeps a general appearance of being bored with everything. She has a not quite modest air of superiority over others and enjoys giving them advantages just to try and keep things interesting. As a whole, when it comes to close friends and new comrades who've proven themselves, she gives them her respect. In the heat of combat, she can keep a level head, even in close calls, and never seems to fully let her emotions control her outside of rare circumstances.

While transformed into a Great Ape, she retains much of these same characteristics, only becoming slightly more bloodthirsty (she retains a proper friend or foe differentiation). While a Super Saiyan, she retains much of these same characteristics, only becoming somewhat more sarcastic and violent.

Currently, Okora works alongside her friend, Sesame, as a mercenary for hire, taking any and all jobs that pay. She seeks ever stronger tutors and opponents to continue furthering herself, and also travels with a tree-based creature called a Snover, having discovered and befriended the creature during her time on the planet Ruula.


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Equipment
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Okora's Attack Ball
Okora has access to an Attack Ball. It is a spherical spaceship roughly one-and-a-half meters in diameter. It houses an advanced environmental system and an incredibly fuel-efficient faster-than-light drive. While traveling inside the ball, Okora is kept in a state of suspended animation that minimizes the resources needed to keep her alive.

The Attack Ball is also heavily armored, to allow for safer planet entries at high speed. The average Attack Ball has enough fuel for roughly three years of travel without stopping. A ten minute stop on a suitable planet allows the environmental system to replenish itself and minimize strain on the passenger. Attack Balls have the capability to travel at a speed surpassing light and do not need any external force for takeoff, being self-sufficient enough to launch themselves into space on their own.

Okora also has a Remote Control for her Attack Ball that allows her to recall her Attack Ball to her location, or trigger a self-destruct sequence. The controller resembles a calculator and has buttons on it that implies it can command more than one Ball at a time. If Okora needs a Great Ape transformation, and no moon is present, the Attack Ball can make a holographic projection of a moon that is proper for the transformation to take place.


Okora's Battle Suit
Okora has her own unique combat armor that she's spent quite a large sum on over her career. It's made of highly advanced and resilient materials and comprises of dark green chest armor with dark gold shoulder guards and a plate in the center bearing her logo, with the entire piece trimmed in light silver. She also has dark gold knee pads and wears dark green thigh leggings that cover her left leg. Underneath her armor, she wears a black sports tank, black briefs, and black socks. She also wears a pair of black gloves and black boots, both made of similarly durable and flexible material as the armor, with the boots sporting dark gold armored toe guards. The suit is far more durable than it appears at a first glance and is difficult to damage or destroy (though such an action is possible).

Okora's Scouter
Okora's custom Scouter that she is almost always wearing. Its lens is colored green, with the ear attachment piece colored light silver. It can read her opponents' power relative to her own in a method of battle estimation and will display their available means of attack once it has recorded such a thing. It also has several auxiliary functions, such as communicating information to other receiving devices, tracking the locations of people, places, and things, and acting as timers and alarms, among other mundane functions. Quite resilient, much like her armor.

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Abilities - Techniques
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Ki Blast
The most basic form of energy wave. Okora attacks with green colored energy.

Flight
The ability to fly with the use of ki.

Pinnacle Press
A rush attack where Okora charges at her opponent before vanishing. She then reappears above them and brings her legs down onto them in a hard and pressing double leg drop. After vanishing, but before reappearing, Okora can cancel the Pinnacle Press to reappear where she started, assuming her special Perfect Poise fighting pose.

Exemplary Express
A rush attack where Okora charges a green aura around herself and rotates her attacking arm. She then charges at an opponent with wicked speed to deliver a powerful punch capable of severing limbs and punching straight through even the most hardened materials, causing excruciating pain and major damage to the opponent. The longer she charges energy, the further and faster she can travel before she strikes.

Total Trouble
A rush attack where Okora delivers a swift combination of powerful hand chops and spin kicks successively in an impressive display of martial prowess. Okora deflects or cancels out projectiles while in the middle of the combination.

Mint Musket
A ki blast technique where Okora extends an arm and fires a green energy sphere it in a straight line for significant damage to whatever it strikes.

Superior Split
A ki blast technique where Okora extends both hands before her to fire a green energy bolt in a line. It explodes on the first target hit, dealing significant damage. While the bolt is traveling, Okora can split the energy bolt into two, with each bolt firing in opposite directions perpendicular to their original trajectory.

Unknown
No doubt Okora has more techniques, whether created by herself or learned from others, but they've yet to be seen.

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Ultimate Techniques
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Consummate Charge
An ultimate strike technique where Okora charges up and surrounds her body in a sphere of green energy that shields her from attack. Then, she charges forward, using the energy sphere as a protective aura during the charge. Headbutting whatever she strikes, the attack inflicts a massive amount of damage. She cannot change directions once she launches herself but can end the charge with no penalty at any time prior to impact.

Optimal Orb
An ultimate ki blast technique where Okora creates a massive sphere of green energy before her. She then dropkicks or punts the sphere forward, causing it to detonate on impact, or after a certain distance traveled. The sphere deals extraordinarily large amounts of damage across a wide area when it explodes.

Unknown
No doubt Okora has more techniques, whether created by herself or learned from others, but they've yet to be seen.

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Defensive Techniques
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Best Buckler
An evasive technique where Okora generates a shield of energy behind her left forearm that can be swung to deflect, block, and nullify, most attacks as if it were a shield. Every attack blocked drains her energy, however. The shield can damage opponents struck directly by it.

Unknown
No doubt Okora has more techniques, whether created by herself or learned from others, but they've yet to be seen.

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Special Techniques
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Wood Hammer
A rush attack where Okora's forearm becomes surrounded with a green aura that takes the shape of a stump. She then slams her arm down on her opponent. The attack hits with incredible power if it connects, but damages Okora proportionally whenever it does.

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General Techniques
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Movement Techniques
Okora can employ Rapid Movement and is capable of utilizing Afterimages, as well as the Sonic Sway.

Transformation Techniques
Okora can become a Great Ape if conditions are right, giving her a massive increase in all areas. She can turn into a Super Saiyan when sufficiently pushed, and can access the second and third forms when the conditions are dire enough.

Saiyan Power
Okora's power in all areas is temporarily and dramatically increased when she is severely wounded, and permanently improved when she recovers from any kind of injuries that force her near death. All Saiyans possess this technique.

Unknown
No doubt Okora has more techniques, whether created by herself or learned from others, but they've yet to be seen.

So begins...

Okora's Story

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The ship landed softly, nestling itself behind foliage that would provide adequate cover to hide it from view. It's door opened up shortly afterwards, allowing a woman to step out. She stretched a bit before taking a quick look around, walking through the bushes and coverage her ship had taken refuge in, so as to get herself into the open.

"Well, this place seems nice, I guess. Best get to seeing what is around here. I could go for a large meal and a warm-up exercise."

She activated the device she wore over her left eye, the device whirring and scanning the surrounding area to identify any nearby threats of any strength, as well as any indicator of civilization, or others in general. She was also getting a read on the temperature and weather, and seemed quite bored of the entire process, despite its necessity. Her armor was not anything natural to the area, though she didn't seem to mind the idea that she might stick out like a sore thumb.

The device was showing a few clusters of beings: A large city, and a smaller city being the notable. The device also indicated there were smaller bands of beings around the area, as well as more normal animal lifeforms.

"Ugh, windy. Bothersome, and why does it feel so arid? It looks lush for how arid it feels. Well, it's only for a bit. The ship won't take long. Perhaps I can hunt some animals for a quick bite. Shouldn't be too hard."

She would keep the device active as she turned her attentions to whatever animals she could find, intent on hunting in her own fashion. The first nearby deer or jackrabbit would find itself the focus of the woman's attention as she would begin to give chase.

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Following an extended session out in the fields, and having sat down to cook and enjoy her meal, the woman threw aside the last bits of bone.

"I suppose that's good enough. Venison is always robust, regardless of where it is from. But I should be going. I've been here long enough. Let's see... Where to start?"

Pressing the button on her device several times, the lens continued to show the readings from before.

"Guess I'll take a look around. A world tour could be fun to get comfortable again. Maybe I'll find something fun on the way."

With not any further a word, she took off flying into the sky, seeking adventure perhaps.

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A solitary woman flew across the sky, looking at the land below her, the device over her left eye constantly displaying various shapes, symbols, and numbers, in a foreign language.

"So, a single large city, based on the readings, and quite a lot of unknowns in the surrounding wilderness. I'd best stop by the city first and see what's up."

She sped her own flight up as she flew for the city. As shifting forests turned to impeccably confusing desert, Okora relied on her small device to guide her to the city. Due to the city's location, it was not hard to see once she did get somewhat close.

"Huh. The city seems to be atop a large table hill... Clearly no urban planning at all, but seems very-well lit. Far too many smokestacks, and are those wind-turbines? How backwards are they? Well, given the surroundings, I guess they make do. Perhaps someone there can give me some more information on this planet."

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As the woman flew into the city's airspace, weaving and dodging the few attacking airborne creatures she did encounter, she would greatly slow her speed as she descended. An entrance with an elevator looked like a front gate enough for her to select it as her starting location.

As she slowed almost to a halt, lightly landing on the ground, she looked around with an almost disinterested expression, though her thoughts were anything but. Having landed before Barnable and Sonora, she stood observing the pair as a lens-based device over her left eye displayed several symbols resembling some kind of foreign language. It seemed to be displaying these symbols in two separate tables.

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Target: Local Citizen A
Armed: Yes (Firearm: Pistol)

Known Abilities...
-: N/A

Threat Level: Low


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Target: Local Citizen B
Armed: Unknown

Known Abilities...
-: N/A

Threat Level: Unknown


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"So they aren't really much, though the lady with traits of a canine is to be watched carefully. I don't think I'm in any real danger."

She pressed the button on the device's earpiece twice, apparently putting it onto some kind of local persistent scanning mode. Returning her attention fully to the conversation, she seemed to notice the hesitation in Barnable as he was engaged by the coyote-woman. Seeing an opportunity to eavesdrop for information, Okora waited her turn with a measure of politeness that could easily be mistaken for a lack of actual care instead.

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Seeing she wasn't going to get addressed anytime soon, the woman cut her losses and once more took to the sky. Flying away to another area of the world.

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Having come back from an unsuccessful trip, she flew across the Dark Continent, following her device back to her "base" of sorts.

"The ship is done recharging, and I don't think anyone else here will be worth investigating. Perhaps something interesting will come up next time? Well, I should get going."

She flew back to where she had landed far earlier.

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Having returned, the woman walked back toward the brush her ship was hidden behind, climbing inside.

"Well, time to move on. This was a short stop after all. Onward to the next location. Hopefully I'll find a job there."

As the hatch closed, the orb lifted into the sky and flew out into space once more.

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Two sonic booms could be heard as a spherical ship entered the atmosphere of the planet, and before long, the residents of Snowpoint City would be able to witness a shooting star that was going to impact in the water, a short distance from the city's port. Quickly slowing down, the ship nonetheless crashed into the water with an intense splash, disturbing the water. After several moments of tense hissing noises, the spherical ship surfaced, allowing a door to open outward.

In moments beyond that event, a hand would grip the side of the door as a woman pulled herself out of the ship, placing one foot on its hull as she looked up. Her dark brown hair was straight, and her skin was darker in tone than expected. Black irises quickly regained their bearings as she looked around.

Her armor was not anything natural to the area, though she didn't seem to mind the idea that she might stick out like a sore thumb. Dark green in color, the armor looked durable, though was not made of metal. Underneath, she wore a black shirt bodysuit. The guards and plates on the armor were dark yellow, with the exception being a single plate on the chest, bearing only a green logo across a grey plate. She also bore boots and gloves to match, but no pants, or tights, just a pair of black briefs.

"Well, this place seems nice, I guess. Best get to seeing what is around here. I could go for a large meal and a warm-up exercise. Whoa, I just got some familiar feelings there."

Stretching, she activated the small green device across her left eye, attached to a silver machine mounted to her left ear. The device scanned the surrounding area to identify any nearby threats, of any strength, as well as any indicator of civilization, or other natives in general, of which Snowpoint quickly registered. She seemed to also be getting a read on the temperature and weather, and somehow seemed quite bored of the entire process, despite its necessity.

"So, the planet Ruula... Seems fair, if cold, though it could just be the area. I appear to have landed near a city. Several lifeforms present, most seem to have limited fighting capabilities, but they have with them others who are far stronger. I should use caution anyway. No use getting overconfident on a foreign world."

She would keep the device active as she turned her attentions to the city she was close to, flying into the air as she used a remote to have the ship close its door, and sink into the water once more. Then, she made to fly towards the shore and dock.

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Character Portrait: Pitch the Eevee Character Portrait: Okora

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Of all the places in the world Pitch had to run off to, he managed to pick the one that was the polar opposite of what he'd been.

The Eevee exhaled, a steamy cloud produced from his breath and dissipating around him as he shivered. Good Arceus, it's cold today! he thought to himself as he ventured through the snow-scuttled alley and onto the streets once again. He had to keep moving to stay warm, but that wasn't too bad. Running around cities was his forte and he was definitely built for it. The real problem was finding a place to bunker down for the evening since it was obviously colder at night.

But he managed. He always did.

Constantly, he would check the little side pack he'd found at his previous residence to see if his personal item was still there. That thing he'd been told to protect and safeguard with very little insight as to why it needed guarding in the first place. Pitch wondered what significance it would bring him down the line...and what dangers it would bring about. He already knew Castol would be after it, but he was hashing his bet on him not following him out of Nimbasa City...especially not to Snowpoint City.

But for once, his mind wasn't on that right now. His mind was on the crazy shooting star turned meteor that crashed into the chilly water outside of town. He, like many of the residents in town, was very curious as to what a meteor looked like and wanted to see it for themselves.

So down the street Pitch sprinted, nearly slipping on a patch of ice here and avoiding a snow drift there. He had to dodge and weave through the flood of human traffic heading down towards the water front, but that was a normalcy in his life. The event also provided decent cover, as so many were too distracted by what was going on to take notice of a wild Eevee running through the streets.

Pitch rounded a corner and froze. Standing in front of him was a large mob of people all gathered around the pier, looking outward. The Eevee scrambled to a stop and started snaking his way through the crowd's legs, trying to find the front. All the while, he kept his ears perked and was listening to the others's gossip around him.

"Did it sink?"

"No, it...I think it's floating."

"Why do we get all the foreign objects crashing into our city?"

"Hey, I think someone's on top of the-"

"Wait! Is someone...flying?!"

"It's probably a Flygon or something."

"Flygon? Whuzzat?"

"My dad was telling me all about 'em. They're in this island region called Hoenn and they've got these wings on their back-"

"Sure. And your Snorunt stands a chance against my Chimchar!"

As the people around him continued to murmur, bicker, and chatter, the Eevee finally got a glimpse of the water, his shiny eyes glancing around the sparkling water for any signs of what they were talking about. He saw movement from his upper peripheral and he glanced up to witness the being in the sky. It was hard to distinguish features against the sun behind it, but Pitch could make out a head with long hair behind it and some shoulder pad-like things around it's torso. Pitch felt a small shiver go down his spine, only this time it wasn't from the cold.

Why am I getting a sense of deja vu? he wondered to himself as he watched.

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The woman would close the distance quite fast before slowing down as she slowly landed on the ground, in front of the crowd. Her little eye device was constantly beeping as unknown text and symbols kept flashing across it.

"A welcoming party. Somehow, I don't feel they're entirely passive. I'd best keep a guard up."

She crossed her arms as she looked across the gathered individuals, almost as if trying to maintain some kind of dominant presence, yet her expression resembled one of an almost apathetic disinterest.

"Heh. A Ruulan greeting party assembled just for me? I suppose I should be honored. I rarely get such treatment when I arrive on a new world."

Her voice sounded bored, and perhaps a bit sarcastic, though she didn't seem to be immediately hostile.

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Gasps of shock rippled through the crowd as she landed in front of them.

"It's a human!" one of them cried out.

The gathering became a hive of murmurs and whispers of various comments as they continued to watch her, mostly commenting about her hair style, her attire, and particularly the brown fur wrapped around her torso. They couldn't see her back, so they assumed it was a belt of some kind. However, they questioned what species it was fashioned from.

The crowd parted ways for their own delegate to step forward...a young lady with black hair tied in braids behind her and a long, smooth bang across her face. She was pasty pale, which made her light brown eyes that much softer. Her outfit was rather uncanny for the city's atmosphere: a white, button-up blouse with a bow tied underneath the collar and a light brown skirt. No pants. She did have a sweater, but it was tied around her waist rather than being worn. She had a confident glimmer in her eyes, accentuated by her thin eyebrows.

"Hello! Candice welcomes you to Snowpoint City!" she proclaimed, "You made a heck of an entrance there. Don't think I've met any humans that could fly without a Pokemon."

As Candice began speaking to the strange being, Pitch watched from the crowd, trying to place where he might've seen this person before. So much happened in his lifetime that he couldn't exactly place certain events. As a result, he didn't recognize her...and yet he did. But as he stared on, he couldn't help but get this pit in his stomach. Something about her distant glance, her disinterested stance with her crossed arms...

Whatever that memory was, it wasn't a good one.

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"Well, I suppose it isn't a universal skill. Most of the humans I know are incapable of the feat, though I assume the Ruulans are different from Earthings and Terrans in other ways, despite similar looks."

The woman flashed a brief, if somewhat smug smile, her tail unwrapping itself to flow freely behind her, in a way of perhaps testing the gravity of the world. Her hands moved to her hips.

"Candace, it was? The name's Okora. I'm not from around here, though I gather this is one of your settlements, judging by the creatures present among all of you. Are you perchance the Ruulan in charge?"

Okora's smile faded back to her disinterested expression as she took note of any creatures present, in particular, Pitch himself, speaking to herself in her mind the entire time.

"What odd creatures. These must not be the ones used for food. That little brown one barely looks like it could feed one of the children, though it some how has a stronger fighting power than any of these Ruulans do. I guess that makes sense in a way. The standard Terran was weaker than the standard Gorilla on their planet from what I witnessed, at least without a weapon. That must be what those spheres the Ruulans have with them are."

It was clear she was interested in Pitch, though Okora never moved from her spot, not while engaging in conversation with Candace.

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"Ah, you are from Terra then?" Candace's left eyebrow wagged up and down before continuing, "I don't think I've met a Terran before. Not many of them like to walk this far and Castelia City is pretty far away from here. Actually, Candace guesses that isn't too big of a deal for you, given you can fly and all. Anyway, Candace is in charge of Snowpoint City. If you're looking for someone higher up than Candace, then Shirona is your next bet. Beyond her...well, I guess that would be the Grand Champion Iris herself! At the very least, what can Candace do for you?"

Pitch felt the gaze of the one called Okora on him, almost as if she was reading through him...seeing what he was made of. Analyzing him and breaking him down behind that strange glass monocle in front of her left eye. It appeared to be beeping rapidly. Much like-

The Eevee gasped as he remembered what happened. Nimbasa City...the invasion...

Five creatures wearing similar armor had been there. Not all of them looked like Okora in appearance, but one of them did. He remembered seeing them being driven out of the city by a swarm of Pokemon united together to fight off all the invaders. He knew this because he'd met the Pokemon that had helped lead the charge against them. They were very capable fighters, Pitch knew. And if this one was here to cause trouble...

He had to warn somebody...

Very quickly, Pitch whipped around and scurried back through the forest of human legs behind him. He was already used to running through tight spaces, so his movement was fluid enough to not accidentally bump into one of the humans around him. A few did see him and proceeded to move out of his way at the urgency of his pace. Through the crowd and past it, Pitch now broke out into a gallop back towards the city walls. He had to find some Crimson Guild members. He didn't know where they were at, but he'd know who they were when he looked upon them.

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"I'm not Terran either. They're too much like you Ruulans. I'm what most would call a Saiyan, a warrior race that was proud and strong. While a significant portion of us no longer exist, many of us can still be found across the universe."

Listening to Candace's explanation in full, Okora nodded.

"Okay, good to know. So, for starters, food would be fine. The creatures seem plentiful here, so I assume the food must be easy to come by. I could also do with some directions. If I'm going to spend some time on Ruula, I'd best figure out what local entertainment is. Hopefully, I can get some good fights in. I could use a warm u-"

Her scouter interrupted her with a clear beeping alert. Turning her head to follow it's indication, she noticed the Eevee scurrying away, quickly moving out of sight through the sea of people gathered. Her eyes narrowed as the device continued registering the distance to the Eevee that was steadily increasing.

"No one reacts to the creature rushing off like that? Interesting."

Okora smirked at a thought that came to her mind.

"Anyway, yes, a warm up. After a long trip, some unwinding is always good. Is the wildlife a good challenge? One of the creatures has caught my attention."

She crossed her arms again, her gaze resting fixed in the direction the Eevee ran. Her question about the wildlife lingered with a bit of an uneasy air, though the voice delivering it was no different than it had been. Okora's tone was a consistent one of disinterest, even when her expression seemed otherwise for brief moments.

"Hunting can be fun, but I should wait to see what Candace has to say. It cannot hide anyway, I'll always be able to find it."

As she awaited Candace's response, or the response of anyone else present, she tapped a few buttons on the device to stop the beeping. It made a few more different beeps that seemed to indicate some kind of record saving function.

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Another ripple went through the crowd...this time uneasy towards the implication of eating the Pokemon they've befriended. Candace was quick to interject.

"Oh, we don't eat the Pokemon. We have many other methods of gathering food, but unless you have some kind of wish to piss off the Pokemon God, we don't eat the wildlife it creates. Of course, we befriend the creatures. And if you're wondering about entertainment...well, you're a warrior from the looks of it. Maybe you'll enjoy a good Pokemon battle. If you're looking to watch, there are plenty of battles going on at the Pokemon Gym." She pointed towards the outskirts of the city. "It's out that way. Look for the building with the green dome."

"if you want to battle yourself..." Candace's brows furrowed as she looked towards the lake in thought, "Hmmmm...Candace doesn't know how strong you are, but if you are mighty, you could be capable of fighting some of these Pokemon yourself. Candace has heard stories, but I don't think I've met any creature other than other Pokemon that could do it. If not, you can always stop by the PokeMart and pick up some PokeBalls to try and catch the wildlife. They look like this."

Candace reached into her skirt pocket and pulled out one of those tiny spheres that were half red, half white. It was tiny, but not even a second passed before it had grown and now fit comfortably in the entirety of her hand. She went on.

"All you have to do is throw one of these at the Pokemon and it'll warp right in. It'll wiggle three times and then you'll hear a click. That means you caught it! Though, they're often pretty escapable if the Pokemon is strong enough or determined enough. You'll either have to weaken it or befriend it to actually catch one. Candace'll give you this one for starters, but if you need more, you can stop by the PokeMart. It's right in the center of town."

She tossed the PokeBall in Okora's direction, expecting her to be able to catch it.

"Anything else Candace can help you with?" she asked.

Meanwhile, the Eevee she'd spotted had disappeared into the maze of the city behind her. If Okora's plan was to go hunting, the hunt was on indeed.

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"Angering the local deity? I see. So you find alternate sources of provision. Well, I'll see what's on offer then."

She glanced toward the building Candace described.

"Green dome. Right. So that's the place for entertainment."

Okora seemed interested when Candace mentioned fighting, her eyes focusing on the size varying sphere Candace brandished.

"Hmm. I'm pretty sure I can handle an engagement with one of those creatures myself, though I'll admit that that sphere is interesting."

She reflexively, albeit lazily, caught the Poke Ball tossed to her.

"A Poke Ball, huh? So either make nice with, or wear them down, before using this device on one of the creatures. Seems simple enough a weapon to wield."

Okora held the Poke Ball beside her as a green aura enveloped it, after which the sphere began hovering beside her on its own, her arms returning to their crossed position.

"I think you covered most of it, Candace. You've been helpful. More than I can say for most natives of the planets I've visited in the past. I think I'll explore the area if you don't mind."

She took another glance around the snowy environment as she stood before Candace, not intent on moving until the conversation was done.

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"Alright. Candace wishes you good luck! And be careful. Some of the Pokemon you may encounter are much tougher than others!"

With that, she turned around and started walking towards her gym. The crowd began to disperse, going back to their regular activities they had partaken to before Okora's space ship landed. Now the Saiyan was free to do whatever she wished, unabated by the regular conformity of polite conversation. Lucky her.




Now Pitch didn't quite have a grasp of the city layout yet. He'd been here for at least a little bit, but the shocking change in weather made him more recluse than usual. As such, he didn't explore Snowpoint City to it's fullest extent and he ended up making a left turn instead of a right.

Dangit... Pitch cursed silently in his head as he spotted a brick wall in front of him. However, he was already running towards it and didn't want to try and stop himself out of fear of slipping on the slick ground and slamming into it full force. Instead, he diverted course, hopping against the wall to get more air time and actually make it onto the dumpster. Even then, he had to scramble to successfully scale the wall and drop down the other side.

All these buildings kind of look the same... he thought, frustration building. This wasn't Nimbasa City, where the buildings looked unique on every street corner. Even though Snowpoint City was smaller than his previous home, it felt like running through a gingerbread maze. If only he were taller.

But he still didn't slow down. He couldn't afford to. Turning left out of the alleyway, he made his way up the slight slope of a street, passing underneath a decorative arch that doubled as a bridge between two buildings. Around the bend he continued to run, feet flying and kicking up snow behind him. He knew where he needed to run at least. And he knew all he needed to do was travel in one direction and he would get there.

The forest...

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As Candace left, and the crowd dispersed, Okora reactivated her scouting device, resuming it's tracking functions. The hushed, though still audible beeping sound identified Pitch's location before the beeping stopped, a solid value now displayed for Okora's benefit.

"Bingo. It's still around. I'll track it down later. Right now, I figure I should explore the surrounding area. I can reacquire its signature easily enough."

She would proceed to lift off the ground and fly into the sky, proceeding outside of town in the sky.



When her device made an alarming beeping noise, she stopped and looked where it was indicating.

"Okay, so that must be one of the bigger creatures, though there are two signatures. Both are far stronger than the other creatures in this area, and those are stronger than the signatures in the city, so I should be cautious until I know for sure. The last one... That's a ship! But what is it's purpose? It doesn't look like a trade ship. It also has a large power on board. How complex. Maybe entertainment if I play it right."

She would fly towards the scene, intending on keeping a distance where she could observe events.

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The Galaxy Police officer offered a swift nod, but that was briefly broken by the approaching shuttle.

"I want you to form a perimeter around the city and tell the citizens to hunker down. I'll get on the comms with my superiors and get some backup on the way; hopefully they won't be needed." She said, while making a run towards the landing site.

She seemed to run quite a bit faster than a normal human, easily reaching running speeds of about thirty miles per hour. Her legs were moving swiftly, and she was kicking up a small plume of dust.

Nearly falling flat on her face, Haruko stopped at the landing site and moved her hand towards her weapon. She looked up, eyes narrowing at the subtle changes in the light.

"Something's up there..." Haruko said, getting into a fighting stance, eyes moving swiftly towards the droid.

"Under the authority of the Underdeveloped Planets Preservation Pact! I demand you identify yourself at once!"

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Yes! Pitch thought as he weaved through the trunks of snow-covered evergreen trees surrounding him. She managed to escape the winding city streets of Snowpoint, but now came the next challenge: finding someone that could spread the word to the wildings who needed to hear it. The good news was now that he was in the forest, he was not the only wilding roaming these parts, making him a harder target to track. The bad news was, he didn't know how much time he had before the being known as Okora would find him...if she found him.

Regardless, he kept his eyes out for some Pokemon...any Pokemon that could carry the message. He finally spotted a pack of Snover tromping through the snow down a hill. Quickly, the Eevee raced to cut them off, sliding to a stop in front of them and sending a wave of snow drifting against a tree.

"Hey!...Quick favor!" Pitch panted, out of breath, "Can you guys...send a message...to the Crimson Guild?"

The pack of Snover looked at each other before the head look back towards Pitch, shrugging his shoulder, "We don't know who you're talking about."

Pitch sighed, shaking his head in disappointment, "Alright...thanks anyway..."

He took off running towards the west, searching for another Pokemon he could ask. It wouldn't be a moment later before he heard voices...the sound of conversation between others. He quickened his pace, practically gliding through the snow towards them. It was just over this rise...

"Under the authority of the Underdeveloped Planets Preservation Pact! I demand you identify yourself at once!"

Pitch came to a screeching halt, perking his ears up in partial confusion. That didn't sound like any Pokemon gathering he knew. There was too much vocabulary...vocabulary he expected to hear from humans. Perking his ears in interest, he hid low, not daring to peek his head up, and stayed out of sight. He would listen, but not be seen.

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"Already on it, Officer," Shirona replied curtly. "The city's mayor has already been notified and is getting everyone to stay inside under the pretext of a massive snowstorm on the way. Meanwhile, our forces out here are working to form a perimeter around the crash site. We don't want it to get into the city or by the lake where Uxie sleeps!"

Shirona wasn't quite as quick on her feet as Haruko, but long legs afforded by her height enabled her to keep pace for a little while.

"Caitlin! I need a team of speedsters to follow the officer and secure the crash site, I'm going to try to get to Lake Acuity before it does! Let's go, Braviary!"

Hopping on the eagle-like Pokémon to get a better view and be unhindered by terrain, Shirona was sorely disappointed at the sight of Candice entertaining a newcomer. Sure, it was important to keep up appearances, but still, this was government cover-up time. And if what happened in Nimbasa and Lumiose were any indication, this was only the beginning...

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The Viper Probe knew it was cornered... but it also knew help was incoming. It scanned the woman shouting at it noting that her uniform bore the same symbol as the ship it saw earlier. It couldn't speak but made an alert sound...a small gun raised from it head but then the droid went quiet and fell to the ground. A remote shutoff?

A few moments later the Imperial Shuttle landed nearby and a deployed Lt. Akiran and her team of six Snowtroopers. One of the troopers held a gatling like gun, another a sniper rifle, the rest standard blaster rifles.

Akiran stepped forward. "Well Hell..this is Awkward." Akiran sighed "I am Lt. Akiran of The Night Raiders. We are here on orders to retrieve that droid and make peaceful contact with the Locals... I assure you we mean no harm.."


Above head the cloaked TIE Phantoms hovered guns aimed at the officer. Akiran was sent a message in her helmet that only she could hear from one of the TIE pilots "She's in our sights ma'am...we have you covered"

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  1. Request GM review as there is no way for the Taiyou ship to see the cloaked Star Destroyer there is no "shimer" all that any ship would see is empty space I add a vid link to prove this https://youtu.be/hbkz0VWb2f0

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Still standing in a defensive stance, Haruko watched the surrounding events unfold. Using her personal communicator, she had sent word to HQ, and they had sent out the call to any available military assets in the area.

She watched the droid go limp, narrowing her eyes she took a step forward, and unsnapped the blaster from her hip; it was a Taiyou weapon, a standard Solar Blaster, which used a combination of Magitech and sophisticated high-power lenses to fire a focused beam of intense light.

She was appalled when the shuttle landed, though, and resolve filled her to the brim, as the weapon was freed from it's holster.

"I am a Galaxy Police officer, operating under the authority of the International Court; your presence here is in violation of the Underdeveloped Planets Preservation Pact, your possession of advanced weapons... landing a warship without clearance from the AXIS or the local government!?"

Haruko was incredulous, but she could sense the TIE Phantoms putting their sights on her, and this made her all the more defensive.

"I order you to lower your weapons and surrender, I am placing you all under arrest!" She called out, readying her weapon. "You can explain to the International Council why you should be allowed to interact with these people."

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Seemingly from the shadows of the planet, a lone Taiyou Nagato Class Battleship emerged, the sunlight radiating from it's hull as it presented itself for everyone to see. What this meant for the Umibozu team planet-side no one could foresee.

The crew of the ITN Tokimi Kami Sama (訪希深神様) worked diligently through blaring alarms, and the calls of the Galaxy Police officer to bring itself to bear against the lone star destroyer in orbit of the planet.

Vice Admiral Juzo Okita, an older man with a large, bushy grey beard, and white hair was in charge of this prestigious Taiyou Battleship, and while he had his orders, the call from a Galaxy Police officer was paramount.

His new orders were to, in accordance with the UP3: Intercept and deter the unidentified, larger capital ship from committing further violations of the treaty.

Admiral Okita's call went out to the rest of the nearby fleets in the sector, before his message was transmitted to the Nexus.

"Unidentified Warship, you are in violation of the Underdeveloped Planets Preservation Pact, disengage your weapons and prepare to be boarded, if you resist it will be construed as an act of hostility, and measures will be taken."

The Admiral's voice was gravely, thickly accented, as his grasp of the Common tongue was limited at best, he only hoped wiser heads would prevail in this situation.

"Your only other peaceful option, would be to vacate this star system at once, with all due haste."

With the message transmitted, the Admiral nodded towards his crew.

"Prepare to fight, load all batteries with shock rounds, and fire only on my command."

The Admiral looked back up to the display, as the Taiyou Battleship began to move closer, the shimmering outline of the cloaked vessel coming up on scanners. It didn't take much to defeat the cloaking, and Admiral Okita knew this well, by re-calibrating the wide-spectrum sensor arrays, and tracking the trajectories of both micrometeroids in orbit, and the charged particles of the solar wind emitted by the Ruulan sun they could garner a faint reading, as in order to avoid this method of detection, the ship would have to some how not interact with solid matter at all; the rest he hoped he could bluff, or reveal them for higher fidelity targeting through the use of shock rounds.

The Taiyou ship took it's next action shortly after, with a launch bay opening up near the rear of the ship, Type 99 Cosmo Falcon starfighters began to emerge, one by one, while burning hot towards the planet.


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Captain Antori frowned as a ship came into view. it was of an unknown origin to the Captain and his crew. Captain Antori looked annoyed when the vessel hailed demanding surrender...

"This is Captain Antori of the Night Raider vessel Nexu. We do not know who you are or what this treaty you speak of is. We are here under orders From our Grand Admiral to make peaceful contact with the people of this planet. We can not allow you to board our ship, nor can we just leave as we already have a team on the planet on route to contact the locals. We can not leave them behind." he stated.

After turning off the comm an officer spoke up "Sir message from Shuttle Tyconia They are being harrassed by a woman claiming to be part of some sort of galaxy police. They say she spoke of this treaty as well and is trying to arrest them."

Captain Antori sighed "I would love to blow these bastards from the sky...but the Grand Admiral wants a peaceful answer... Tell the Lt. and her squad to go along with this for now..." the Captain then added "and have the B1s on the shuttle locked into standby mode and have the Phantoms move to intercept patterns should this turn... stupid..."


Planetside the Lt. and her troopers lowered their guns "I don't know who you are or what this treaty you speak of is but our commander says we are to comply...."

The Lt. didn't add the for now and her mind was hoping that the Captain knew what the hell he was doing.

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Shirona listened to the Lieutenant's request, and after a brief conference with Caitlin, made a counter-offer. "Negative, Lieutenant. As duly chosen representative of the Sinnoh Region, I order you to retrieve your drone and leave without making further contact. We've had enough visitors to Ruula these past couple of years, and most of them tend to do more harm than good. Changing the landscape for their needs with no regard for the wildlife, trying to outright raze a metropolis, the list goes on. One of these days, a crash landing like that might upset a legendary Pokémon, and it would not be a question of if we would be wiped out, but how."

The Frontier grunts and their Beartic took a step forward to close the perimeter, trying to subtly increase the pressure on the landing crew to accept this proposal.