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Ryner Lute
from The Legend of the Legendary Heroes
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Current Timeline: episode 23 (after fireworks)

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tearsofademon: (to reveal what you've found)

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Until further notice, please refer to Route information.

Also as of May 30, 2016 (aka when Route 29 changed over to Victory Road), Ryner's canon point is DaiDenYuuDen Volume 8, Chapter 2. (Gosh I hope they're just waiting for the novels to finish before they animate the sequel... granted that'll be a long time at this rate, but...)
tearsofademon: (when our tale was begun)
Might as well set this up, I guess...

Um... well, I guess I'm not around right now, for some reason. So if you want to talk or something, leave a message and I'll get back to you when I can.

[And this would be where the beep goes.]
tearsofademon: (exactly what's in store)
[Well, here's a rare sight these days: a certain lazy mage is actually showing his face on the network. He's sitting in a chair, a tired expression on his features, his arms crossed over his chest...

...and a Clefairy popping up every few seconds, poking him with what appear to be an assortment of evolution stones. Moon is not among them.

He lets this run for about thirty seconds before speaking up.]

All right. Who gave her this idea, and why? Hell, I'd take an answer for what she thinks she's doing.

I'm not even going to ask where she got them - I'm sure that's where Gail and Julia were the other day, taking a trip to Goldenrod on their own. Just... what?
tearsofademon: (a surprise from every angle)
[So someone has decided to make a fort of blankets and pillows in the corner of the bedroom, and despite a certain Clefairy tugging at his pant leg to try and get him to come out, he's not budging.]

No way, Rose! Every time this happens, I get buried in crap or something else bothersome happens! I'm just gonna wait it out until everything calms down, and nothing annoying's gonna happen.

[Care to glitch into his room and prove him wrong?]
tearsofademon: (I see your face and wonder)
[The video starts pointing out the window, toward a yard where autumn-colored leaves are falling off the local trees. Ecruteak is great for that.]

So, we're halfway through October. It's been quiet so far, far as I know anyway. If things are going to be anything like the last few years, though, it's not gonna stay that way, so I guess this is kind of your friendly reminder not to go out alone this month. Not even for a five minute trip to the store, because you never know if a bunch of Duskulls and Shuppets are playing tug of war with a thing they shouldn't be for stupid reasons just around the corner.

[After a pause, he lets out a long sigh.]

That being said. Since you never know who's interested, and since some folks around this house still need to learn to let go of things that it'd be really nice to finally forget about...

[The camera view shifts to show that Ryner is standing... in the middle of a kitchen. And on the counter, there are a few bowls, a few containers of ingredients, a Yamask unsurely fiddling with a mini white board, and a Clefairy who looks very much like she does not want to be there.]

...Marian has agreed to teach everyone how to make dango. Anybody watching this, and me, and yes, you too, Rose.

["Fairy!" She is so very not pleased.]

Don't even try it today, this has gone on way too long and you know it. ...Well, anyway. Marian, whenever you're ready.

[he says as he puts the camera down where it has a good view of the whole counter. The Yamask trills cheerfully, and then pulls out and offers to Ryner... an apron. Mostly plain, though there's a little bit of lace at the bottom...

...He kind of stares at it for a moment.]

...Ahh, that's taking it a little too far, though. Why'd you even get that...?

And here's an OOC cut for some TL;DR on the cooking itself. )

[Once they're cooked, and put on skewers, and once Marian has happily written her final note that says "And that's how you do it! See? It's not hard at all!" Ryner offers Rose one of the skewers.]

Thanks, Marian. So, Rose. What do you think?

[She's notedly hesitant. Because on the one hand, dango is the best. But on the other, kitchens and Marian and her dear partner should not be involved with both of those combined.

...Eventually dango being the best wins out, and she takes the skewer and takes a small bite of the one on the end. And chews thoughtfully.

And then goes over to Marian's white board, grabs a pen of her own, and writes, "Its not as good as the stuff from the store." But it doesn't look like she dislikes it, either.]

...Ahh, well, if you're not spitting it out in disgust or anything, I guess it's not too bad for a first time, then, right?

[He'll just ignore the glare she's shooting him that screams "don't you even dare do this again Dear Partner" as he takes a stick to have himself, then grabs the camera to turn it off.]
tearsofademon: (mon dieu above)
[Well this is quite the frustrated mage, who is just kind of sitting there at his desk with his head in his hands. He rubs his temple, and breathes in once or twice as if to start talking, but lets the air out instead because how do you even phrase this.

It's a full minute of the feed before he actually says anything.]

...Has anybody ever had to deal with a Ditto transforming into you and flirting with a stranger without your knowledge?
tearsofademon: (exactly what's in store)
[Another fourth wall, another pile of critters in a field somewhere.

Only this time, instead of Larvestas or Slimes, they're cute little white blobby things. Poyomons, not that anyone would recognize them. Maybe a Pabumon here or there in the pile.

And as usual, Ryner is buried in them, though at least his head's sticking out this time, so he can breathe.]

Great. This again. Of course.
tearsofademon: (when our tale was begun)
Haa... Should've known. She only skipped last September 'cause of all the swarms, didn't she...

[The video shows a small pile of eggs, which a Carbink is hovering around, gently prodding with one of its ears in order to arrange them all just so.]

I have eggs for sale. Again. I'll add a list of what moves they should come with, I'm pretty sure I've got this down at this point... mostly, anyway...

...Ahh, also, has anyone around here dug a pond before? 'Cause I think that's gonna be the best thing for my Gyarados, not to mention the other fish, and I could use some pointers.

[about ten minutes after the video goes up, a list is attached to it. (There are still plenty of eggs available!)]
tearsofademon: (mon dieu above)
[The scene on the video is a filled bathtub, with a fish swimming around in it. Fairly contently, by the look of it, but given the amount of water that seems to have also made it outside the tub... there may have been a bit of a scuffle.]

...Y'know, it'd have been nice to have had a warning. Even if whoever it was wanted to keep the species secret. I get that. Surprises and stuff. Not something I'd bother with, but if that's your thing, more power to you.

But at least something saying "This egg contains a fish" would've been nice, don't you think? Would mean I would've been able to have some water handy. And I might've been able to plan around who was out where and when.

But then, I guess not everybody has a goddamn homicidal starfish to deal with, huh...

[...yes he hatched it late he's been busy okay he didn't want to be dealing with a baby on top of the business he's been dealing with]
tearsofademon: (℘ we've never had a king like this)
A letter found in Boys 1 earlier today )

[Out by the barrier, Ryner, eyes glowing with rainbow teardrops, is doing some complicated magic stuff.]

...aaaaand that should do it.

[With his final gesture shifting the spirits just so, the world almost yawns a little, and a tear opens in the barrier, showing a path that leads to two horses - one pure white, one pure black - and a sign post pointing in two directions, one to Roland, one to Nelpha.

Looks like a couple of folks are going home.]


Dec. 26th, 2014 10:48 pm
tearsofademon: (but the dead don't talk)
[so this happened

and as Ryner's body lies there, barely alive such that if you're not looking hard you might miss it and think he's dead, his consciousness awakens elswhere

in a squishy crimson corridor that he's seen before]
tearsofademon: (a surprise from every angle)
[So for once, Ryner isn't buried in random crap for a fourth wall. Although to be honest, he'd kind of prefer that. At least that's expected, plus once you get used to the pressure the piles make good blankets.

Nope, this time he's stuck in Pewter's museum, where there's a new exhibit on display.

A certain familiar (to him) mask.

Suffice it to say, Ryner does not look pleased.]

Haaa, I thought Ferris destroyed that...

[His pokemon, also, don't look pleased. Jehra is growling at it like it holds some kind of disaster inside it, and Rose is hissing at it angrily.

Also a certain ghost girl is in the background, staying over next to the wall and trying not to let the others' reactions bother her. Which, of course, Ryner notices, with a chagrined sigh.]

...Guys, this is completely different, okay? It's from back home. Nothing to do with that, so just stop it already.

[[Do watch out - if you put on the mask, you'll see a vision of all your worst fears lumped together. ...What, it's from an interesting side story.]]
tearsofademon: (you do not comprehend)
[So you know those foxes from the other day?

The video feed shows one of them happily chewing on tree branches.

...Or, well, they're actually not tree branches, but rather the antlers of a Sawsbuck. A Sawsbuck who is singing a cheerful tune and seems quite content at the fox thing gnawing on her antlers.

Even if the Sawsbuck isn't concerned, though...]

Er... Do you think I should stop this? I mean, if she was bothered she could probably get him off herself easily, but this is Ellie we're talking about...
tearsofademon: (see there)
[...well, some kind of storm seems to have swept through this inn room. And Ryner looks a bit beaten up even as he sits trying to calm down a couple of those cat things that have been falling from the sky. (They look terrified and quivering, and are kind of clinging to each other. But then, terrified is kind of their default, isn't it...)]

...Okay. Public service announcement time.

[...Ryner sounds like now would be a really good time for a nap in order to get away from a reality that has gone just a little too far this time.]

You know these cat things that're falling from the sky for no reason? Don't touch their ears.

No, seriously, don't.

[If you notice in the background, there's an Absol chastising a grumpy Clefairy, and if you speak Pokemon you might note that the latter is arguing that she didn't think that'd happen, geeze. But surely that's unrelated.]
tearsofademon: (all my life I wonder)
You know, there's this thing that's been bugging me for a while.

[Ryner's sitting at a desk, an open notebook and a couple of open books in front of him. Looks like someone's been doing something other than sleeping.]

In the Pokedex, it lists each kind of Pokemon and gives it a species classification, right? Like how Clefairy is the Fairy Pokemon, or Absol is the Disaster Pokemon, or Joltik is the Attaching Pokemon. And I mean, most of them are fine.

But then you've got Noctowl, the Owl Pokemon. And, well, I know what an Owl is, but they don't exist in this world, right? There aren't any normal animals here, only Pokemon and people. So why would they classify it as an Owl if they shouldn't know what an Owl is?

And okay, sure, owl is in Noctowl's name, but something like Buneary, the Rabbit Pokemon, or Cyndaquil, the Fire Mouse Pokemon. How do you explain those?

[Also, in the background, a Buneary might be seen rummaging through Ryner's bag while a shiny Togetic and a Munna look on, but that's probably not important...]
tearsofademon: (I dare to dream)
[Today, in a grassy field... somewhere... there is a bed. It is a large bed, and it looks like it is quite fluffy and comfortable.

It is also walking. Albeit slowly, and only once in a while, and only around the general area. The way it bends slightly at the end when it's stopped, it's almost like it's grazing or something. But surely there's no such thing as a living bed, right?...

Well, either way. There is a certain lazy mage taking a snooze on said grazing bed, along with several odd creatures. (There are two of that last one.) ...Also his Joltik in a top hat, but that's not too much of a surprise, honestly.

Pester? y/n

...Also, if anyone is curious, there is also a ghost girl sitting under a nearby tree, setting up a picnic.]
tearsofademon: (I don't know if you would listen)
All right, question.

[Despite how it's mid-afternoon, Ryner is flopped on his bed, hugging a pillow. He does have a notebook in front of him, though, so maybe he hasn't been napping for once? The tiny top hat-wearing Joltik on his neck certainly is taking a cute little snooze, though.]

How do you help someone to get over something? I mean, obviously the way I deal with things isn't gonna work for her, otherwise it'd be fine already, but I don't really have any other ideas, and it's been over a year... I just want everybody to move on already. Is that really too much to ask?

[Before he can continue, though, there's the sound of a cat-like creature jumping onto the bed, and an Espeon quietly dropping a note in front of Ryner's head, which he picks up and reads.]

Ahh, Jiru? Wha--oh. Ahh, I guess it is that time of year, isn't it. Nice of her to write a note this time...

[He reaches up to scritch the Espeon, who gives a happy "Eo~on" of approval at the attention.]

Haaa, guess the other part is, I've got eggs for sale. Again. Cleffas and Eevees, by the look of it. Delivery's not a problem, so just give me a couple minutes, I'll write up the egg moves they've got...

[The feed ends here, but a few minutes later a text file is attached with egg moves and prices.

(As of the time of this writing, there are still plenty of Cleffa eggs available if anyone wants them!)]
tearsofademon: (gazing at the people)
It kind of feels weird that Joltiks can't learn Thunder. I mean, I guess it's probably because they're so tiny? And if he evolved... eh, but if he doesn't want to, he doesn't want to. Not my place to push him one way or the other.

[Ryner is on one of the sturdier branches of a tree, lazing back against the trunk as though he's considering taking a nap right there (he probably is) and watching his party go about their business down below. It would appear as though five large pieces of paper with X-shaped targets drawn on them have been spaced out over the ground, and five of the six 'mons are eyeing them intently.

The sixth, the Joltik in question (wearing a tiny top hat), is standing on a stump in front of them, and with a "Tik!!" raises one of his front legs.

At that point, there is a loud roar, as all five of the other Pokemon - a Clefairy, an Absol, a Wigglytuff, an Audino, and a Staryu - use Thunder at the same time. All of them strike their targets true, except the Clefairy, who frowns with a pout.]

Not that it's that big of a deal, though. Thunderbolt's better anyway. Sure, Thunder gets you more power, if that's what you're going for, but look at the cost.

["Tik!!" The Joltik raises his leg again, and another roar happens as another round of Thunders go off. This time, only the Clefairy and Staryu hit their targets.]

Seriously, that lack of accuracy is pretty terrible. If it was Izuchi, I'd much rather go for a version that pinpointed exactly where I wanted it to go over power. ...Ahh, well, actually I'd be most likely to go for casting speed, honestly, but that's not really the point, and that doesn't really seem to matter as much for Pokemon anyway...

Besides, if you don't hit the right thing, you could end up causing damage where you don't--

["Tik!!" Once again, the roar and Thunders go off. This time, the only one who misses is the Staryu, whose Thunder hits dangerously close to the tree Ryner's in. Ryner is not amused.]

Hey! Watch where you're aiming that, Arius! Don't make me regret teaching you that as a reward for good behavior already...


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