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Offline Strangecuriosity

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Featherbrained Mistakes [F + Pokemon + Non-Anthro + Induced]
« on: October 10, 2018, 03:00:40 PM »
Welp, it's been about a year since my last story. Don't know what to say except sorry(?)
I've gathered enough nerve to make this one though />p>

Hope you like it!

Summertime. The season that made Shine's heart beat with content. Shine the Luxray purred softly as she laid on the smooth gray rocks that warmed her belly. The sun's rays felt so good on her fur, she felt that she could sleep for days. That was, until the voices of rambunctious children flowed into her ears. She growled lightly and opened an eye, seeing the small pride of cubs chasing each other around a sand dune. Leosear the Litleo was chasing Shinx kits Ray, Shia and Xion in a game of tag. The young Lavinia was close by, laughing at the kits as they ran around. Next to her was Hatch the baby Scyther. He was flailing his sharp claws around and giggling happily as he watched the others play tag.

With everyone accounted for, Shine closed her eyes and settled back down for dozing off.... Until she heard distant crying and various voices trying to shush the one crying.

"Shiiine! Shine come here quick!" Lavinia shouted as she came running around the dunes. Shine finally got to her feet and padded over to the developing scene. The three Shinx young kits were circled around a crying Hatch, and Leosear was sitting on the side of the little circle, sniffling and licking his paw.

"What happened?" Shine asked as she inspected Hatch's body. Lavinia walked up and pointed at Hatch.

"Hatch wanted to play tag with the others, so he ran up to them and started chasing them. When he got close, he tried to tag Leosear, but he tripped and ended up cutting him instead. Then he got mad and blew some fire at his claw, and it singed Hatch," Lavinia explained. Shine looked to Lavinia with a small blink, surprised at her attention to detail. She smiled and nodded her head.

"Okay then. Thanks Lavinia," Shine said as she approached the baby Scyther. She looked at the small singe burn on Hatch's claw, so she opened her mouth as she charged up her Ice Fang.

"Don't worry Hatch. Everything will feel better," Shine said as she took care of the burn.

When everything was said and done, Shine had helped the two with their minor injuries, and had them reconcile... Well, Leosear apologized, while Hatch made a little tantrum - she supposed it was him being mad at Leosear. She sighed and took him away from the rest of the youngsters, Lavinia close behind as the three wandered into the forest.

"What are we going to do now Shine?" Lavinia asked as she ran around Shine. The large feline smirked and shrugged her shoulders.

"I don't know. Perhaps somewhere with a good sunbeam," Shine said with a soft sigh.

After walking for a short while, Shine found a place that piqued her interest: a cluster of berry bushes that were bathed in constant sunlight. What a perfect place to stay for the while. The three could eat and sleep in the bushes, and she could stay in the sunlight while she watched the two play.

She settled down while the two ate and played around. Eventually, Lavinia and Hatch settled down and fell asleep peacefully beside Shine, the sun bathing all three in the warm light.


The forest was quiet for a long time as Shine slept. When she woke up, Shine was slow in getting herself all the way up. She stretched her legs out, and yawned a lazy yawn as she shook her fur.

"Mmmmm. Did you two have a good nap?" Shine asked as she sat down.

But there as no answer.

Confused, Shine looked around, and soon realized that neither Lavinia nor Hatch was beside her. Panic immediately set in, and she frantically searched the surrounding bushes to look for them. When she couldn't find them, Shine felt her head get dizzy. They were out in the forest - alone.

"Lavinia! Hatch! Where are you?!" Shine shouted as she dashed through the forest. She called out their name and searched under every rock, nook and cranny that she could imagine them to get under; when she couldn't find them, Shine's panic grew exponentially larger. Where were they? Where could they be? Were they safe? Shine panted as she whirled around, trying to think of a place that they could go. This forest was new territory, and the group had not yet explored every place there was.

"Lavinia! Hatch! Answer me if you can hear you!" Shine called out once more. When she still didn't hear anything, tears formed in her eyes. Why didn't she stay awake? Why didn't she wake up sooner? Then, a voice called out somewhere in the forest.


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Re: Featherbrained Mistakes [F + Pokemon + Non-Anthro + Induced]
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2018, 03:44:56 PM »
Boop! Welp, this is part 2! I've quickly noticed a pattern with my Shine story... Wait, can you claim a pattern if it's only your second story??? Oh great, now I gotta see about patterns and stuff.....  :-\

Anyway, hope you like it. Laters!

P.S -- still no sneezes yet.... But the last one will have them for sure... Otherwise why would I even bother with this story?  :P

... Oh god I think this is a pattern  :'(

Shine's ears perked up in surprise. Was that who she thought it was?

"Heeeelp! Shiiiiine help us!"

There was no doubt; that was Lavinia calling for help. She's heard her voice long enough to tell. Without hesitation, Shine ran towards the voice at max speed, rushing to save her little friend. She dashed through bushes and over logs, and when she was close enough, Shine heard more than just Lavinia's call for help.

"Lavinia! Where are you?" Shine shouted.

"Over here! Hurry!" Lavinia responded.

Shine turned right, and after a few feet, Shine passed a large bush to an enraging sight: Lavinia was hiding in a small burrow, and she was defending herself from a flock of Murkrow. The small Flying types were savagely pecking the dirt hole to get at her, and Lavinia was constantly trying to scare them away. Whenever they got too close, she retaliated with constant Bite attacks, but she missed her marks more often than not.

Shine's eyes glowed red at the sight, and she stepped out of the bushes with an angry roar. Her fur sparked and her eyes spoke her rage as she rushed the Murkrow to stand over the burrow, which scared the flock away rather quickly. When the squawking birds flew off, Shine huffed with irritation - how dare they pick on a young Pokémon like that! The irritation quickly went away when Lavinia peeked out of the burrow, and she gasped in happiness and relief when the young dragon embraced her.

"You found us! I was so scared," Lavinia said as she rubbed against Shine's fur. Shine lowered herself to the ground and nuzzled the Deino, tearfully thankful to have found her. Of course, she lifted her head with a scolding face.

"Don't ever leave without me knowing about it again! You gave me a heart attack. And why did you leave? And where's Hatch?" Shine asked. The answer came when the mentioned Pokémon cried out from the hole in the ground. Shine lowered her head to peek inside the burrow.

"Come on out Hatch. It's me, Shine," the Luxray said in a soft voice. The baby Bug type slowly crawled out of the hole and looked around, then to Shine with a tearful whimper.

"Mama!" Hatch cried out as he hugged Shine's snout.

"Hello Hatch. Don't worry, you're safe. You had Lavinia to protect you," Shine said as she took a glance towards the young Deino. Shine smiled and purred, using her tail to lift him onto her back; she did the same thing to Lavinia and got on her feet with a sigh.

"So, what were you two doing out here?" Shine asked. Lavinia looked down at her claws for a moment before speaking.

"Well... Hatch woke up, and he wanted to explore. I tried to keep him still, but he kept whining, and I didn't want to wake you up, so I figured we'd walk a little to tire him out. And then, we ran into some Murkrow who were eating berries. Hatch ran up to them and tried to be friendly, but he tripped and accidentally cut off the feathers of one of the birds. The Murkrow got mad and started to peck at me and Hatch. So I rushed him in the burrow and tried to keep him safe. And that's when you came," Lavinia explained.

Shine nodded her head at the story. She figured that they'd gone exploring.

"Lavinia, while I appreciate your consideration, you should've woken me up. I never want to lose you two again, so please, don't do that again. Besides, if I lost you, your mother would tear my hide," Shine said with a shudder. Lavinia's mother was a force to be reckoned with, and she had been on the receiving end of her rage once before. It was an understatement to say that the experience was unpleasant.

"Okay Shine. Besides, I think Hatch feels he's explored enough," Lavinia said with a small giggle.

As Shine walked, she noticed the increase of squawking noises in the trees. She looked up to see a slowly building congregation of Murkrow; they were commuting among themselves and staring at the three travelers. Shine lowered an ear and growled lightly to herself. She didn't like the looks of this. A small whimper from Lavinia suggested she noticed the same thing.

"Lavinia. You and Hatch hide in my mane. Don't come out until I say so," Shine said as she looked around. Lavinia nodded and retreated within the furry mane, and made sure she and Hatch were hidden. Shine kept going in her current path, but she kept her focus on the bird's above. Without warning, a Murkrow swooped down and pecked at Shine's side. It didn't hurt very much, but the fact that she was getting targeted was a concern.

She snarled and turned around, watching as the Flying types gathered around her. She flicked her tail, ready to attack at any given moment; she didn't care if they were weaker than her or smaller than her - if they pick a fight with a larger Pokémon, they assume the risk and consequences that go with it.

She decided to continue moving, where she was more close to running than walking. The birds followed her closely, making more and more noises as they kept close to her.  More and more Murkrow gathered the nerve to attack her with their beaks, and Shine showed no hesitation in retaliating. She swiped and whipped her tail at them; she got the cocky and negligent few, but they otherwise showed their agility rather well. Hatch felt that he needed to help, so he poked himself out of her mane and started to flail his claws around to scare away the Murkrow.

"Hatch! Go back under the mane!" Shine shouted. Lavinia poked her head out and tried to push Hatch back in the safety of Shine's mane, but he refused to listen.

Suddenly, a larger caw echoed in the air, and Shine lifted her ear when she heard it. She turned her head in the direction the noise came from, but she was suddenly struck in the head by a powerful blow.

Shine roared in pain as her head was forced to the other side, and stumbled sideways as she struggled to stay on her paws. She shook her head in a daze and snarled at the mystery attacker, opening her eyes to see who made the attack.

She gasped when she heard Hatch whimpering in a panic.

Hatch had been forced out of her mane... And now he was surrounded by a swarm of Murkrow.

Suddenly, the flock backed away to reveal a huge black bird descending down and putting a foot on Hatch's back to pin him. It was a Honchkrow, and it seemed proud to have gotten Hatch under his talons; he gave a sound that suggested he was chuckling, and clicked his talons on top of his fragile body. He smirked as he made the gesture of tipping his head feathers, as if giving a greeting.

"Hehehe... Well now. Lookie what we have here... A buggie youngun' that flew out of the nest, sorta speak....." the bird taunted.

Shine's fur sparked in a flurry of electric strands, her anger flaring up as she saw the baby Scyther being trapped under the Flying type's foot.

"Let him go! So help me I'll -" Shine's threat was cut short when the Honchkrow's wing glowed light blue and flung a thin but long blue wave of energy at her. She easily dodged the attack by jumping to the side, but that small distraction was all that was needed to let the large bird make his getaway. Shine gasped and watched as the crow ascended higher into the sky, with Hatch now actively crying with tears falling down his face. He flailed around in vain, and he kept crying for Shine as he screamed 'Mommy'.

"Thanks for the snack little kitty! We'll take it from here," the Honchkrow shouted as he flew off.

"Nooo! Hatch!" Lavinia cried out as she watched the young bug being carried away.
Shine's eyes widened and she felt her chest tighten to the point where she thought she couldn't breathe. The Luxray's ears flattened and her fur danced with electricity as her emotions flared up; even Lavinia was feeling the power of the electric energy from within Shine's mane; she flinched every so often from the sparks shocking her body despite her natural resistance.

".... S-Shine....?" Lavinia nervously questioned.

The silence was broken by the most fierce roar Lavinia had ever heard from Shine - she squeaked and retreated back under the mane, shivering from the anger she felt from her friend as well as the sparks. The enraged Luxray took off after the flock of Flying types, her eyes staying fixed on the leader as she dashed through the forest. She turned on her X-Ray vision to ensure that she would always be able to see past the trees, and Shine hopped around and through the various obstacles of the terrain of the woody forest. She had to get Hatch back. She would never be able to live with herself if she lost Hatch this way. She looked around to see where the most likely place the flock of crow Pokémon would be to consider themself safe to....

No. She couldn't let herself think that. She just had to figure out how to get the baby Scyther back.

Shine eventually fell behind from from such a long chase, but her anger, determination and X-Ray vision allowed her to track them from her current distance. She soon found the flock to settle themselves atop a huge tree. Shine stopped, panting hard as she caught her breath; she perked her ears, just barely hearing Hatch's cries from the distance. A low rumbling growl came from her throat.

"We're coming Hatch. Just hang on," Shine said softly.