Post by Deleted on Nov 23, 2016 0:04:52 GMT
tapu village, alola
TEAM SKULLPokemon Trainer******
physical appearance ;;With a childish face and an almost ever-lasting smile, Lily's general attitude is easy to tell based on her appearance alone. She has large, grey-colored eyes and a fair skin. Her black her, as a result of extended exposure to sunlight, has oxidised some and changed from the original black of her birth to a slightly faded, brown color. Being a hot-blooded girl as well, her repertoire of faces is vast, and in general, she is very expressive. As a fourteen year-old girl, Lily is finally beginning to show signs of puberty on her physique. She is a girl of moderate height, standing at about 5 foot two inches. She displays modest curves.clothing ;;Coming from the laid-back Alola Region, Lily brings her culture with her on her way. Her choice in attires tends to go more towards shorter, looser clothes that are easy to move in. She's mostly fond of skirts and walks around wearing sandals (no matter the situation). She is more flexible with a top piece though, not exactly favoring one style over the other, though still preferring something that doesn't restrict her movement that much. That said, as she was used to a hot environment, she doesn't do well in cold climate and dislikes overly puffy clothes. She's not fond of winter attires neither is it easy to convince her to get used to it.misc. ;;The most notable aspect of Lily's attire would be the ever-present hairpin shaped like a skull. It also happens to be her most prized possession, and the item she feels that truly defines her and her agenda.face claim ;; katsuragi elsie;; kaminomi zo shiru sekai******
- team skull
- cute pokemon
- small spaces
- spicy food
- the police
personality ;;Lily... Obviously has a screw loose in her head. It's safe to say, that the girl is not overly smart at first sight. She is dense, forgetful, and tends to make up 'logic' on the spot. She's more than willing to try plans based on how she guesses it would go, rather how it would in theory. On top of that, she doesn't immerse herself as much as enough in reading for her own good as she would like, and can be even scatter-minded. Though, she is not a bad girl in the slightest. What she lacks in overall brains, she has in her attitude. Lily is very accepting and generally kind; an extrovert in every sense, and a people's person. She is happy to acknowledge new things, much as she doesn't give it too much thought. She holds a happy-go-lucky attitude, with a strong passion for the things she loves backing her up.
Contrary to what one might think, the girl actually has some discipline. She may have been doted upon and still loves receiving gifts, but she makes sure to sort out her responsibilities and can fully commit herself to something she does, if she just puts her mind to it. That said, her interest has to be sparked for her to really take action; because, as luck would have it, she's easily whiny about troublesome things. While most of the time acknowledging that 'it can't be helped' and said things must be done, Lily is spoiled and would rather someone else did the meddlesome work for her, rather do it herself. Lily is also materialistic, very much connected to matter over spirit.
Among those, one thing truly stands out about the girl, and that happens to be her borderline unhealthy obsession with her own region's Team Skull. Lily absolutely adores everything about the team; from their outfits, to their style, to the motives and Pokemon. She will gladly go on and on about the great things about them, and why they are such an amazing team and organisation. Among the things she doesn't accept, is anyone talking smack about her idols. That said, however, it is very much possible that a high majority of the things she nonchalantly spouts about them isn't pertained to true facts, and while consistent for the time being, is bound to change in time - again.******
history ;;What happens when fear is distorted and turns into something else? Such is the case of Lily and her adoration.
Lily's childhood wasn't overly eventful. She was born as the only daughter to a loving couple, and while her mother died giving birth to her, she grew up rather content, with her father by her side. She was taught to love Pokemon from an early age, getting familiar with them as often as the chance came. She laughed, cried, slept, made friends, and cried some more. As the single daughter to a lone man, she was heavily doted upon.
The actual spice came one day, when young Lily ventured out on her own some place she was not supposed to go. Lost and alone, the girl looked for someone to help her find her way home; when she came across a couple of scary-looking, masked men. She watched them having their way with a wild Pokemon and was petrified. She was certain they were going to have their way with her as well, and by the time they noticed her, she was completely overcome with fear. Simply crying on her spot with thoughts rushing through her head. When the masked men approached her, young Lily's heart raced, and she fainted.
She soon woke up on her bed, having came down with a cold. While recovering, Lily came to learn that those two scary-looking men she met, belonged to an organisation called Team Skull. The years went by since then, and the child grew older. As time passed, the image in her mind remained, but details concerning it began to twist and fade. Lily's feelings, in time, changed into nothing short of absolute obsession with the team and their 'supposed' motives. She has decided to one day join Team Skull, or create a gang of her own and dedicate their cause to helping her adored faction.
But despite her views, most of her hometown, or rather, the Alola Region, didn't share such sentiments. As such, Lily inferred that, the organisation must be working in secret. Once she turned fourteen, Lily finally set out on her Pokemon journey, finally having received the approving word from her single parent. She was sent to Kinji with a considerable amount of supplies to help her go by. What he didn't know however, was that his girl was secretly assuming alliance with the same Team Skull she so adores.******
ooc name ;; hollow
how did you find us ;; advertisements!
rp sample ;;"..." Completely still, Upa continued to watch. His eyes caught this being's lips (those were lips, right?) moving about, a very faint voice coming out as it spoke. Attempting to listen in on the stranger's words was meaningless; he picked up the odd creature's relatively calm and highly cautious tone, but while it spoke several words the boy was familiar with, a large number of them sounded complicated, perhaps a foreign language even. What was this thing saying? 'Relocation'? 'Machines' and 'dinosaurs'? 'Deactivation'... None of it. Let alone that he was barely in range to take in the unknown creature's words, making out some of it seemed futile. At the very least, it proved fluent in common tongue, to a degree...
And then, it looked like the stranger turned to Upa himself! Did he know he was in that bush? Was hiding any further pointless? Regardless, the boy kept himself unmoving. If he could as much as create an idea that can doubt his presence in the area, he would choose that course of action. Masking his presence was his top priority right now.
It seems that he was warned about something. This piece of monologue, unlike the previous one, was uttered much more clearly, and involved a very to-the-point matter. The language was simpler too, for the most part. Though, if what he was saying was true, and a bunch of lizards really were headed towards his tribe, the boy would have to hold them off. He could make it back in time to his tribe to spread the warning, and with gathering some reinforcements, they could even score a feast to last for days. But that was in the least of his worries now; as this undetectable being still lingered! What is that?
The moment Upa could secure a chance, he sprung out of his hiding place. The exact moment this creature turned to reshape the ground, the boy jumped out, and hurried to act. With a mighty yell to alert any in the surrounding area and instill fear in his target. A ferocious expression on his face, as if he was hunting an animal. The dark-skinned boy closed the distance in less than a mere second, assuming his yell would cause his target to freeze for just enough time, to deal a decisive blow against its only noticeable weakpoint: the neck. Like the experienced hunter he was, Upa treated this being as well, like prey. He couldn't see its aura, but did confirm that it was conscious.
Sure, he wasn't going to eat this thing. Especially if it proved not to hold any meat in the first place. Not at all; he had in mind the idea of knocking this thing down with a single strike, and drag it towards his settlement, where an expert would inspect it.