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Old 05-25-2017, 04:50 PM   #10
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CLOUD GARDEN


The Galea Foothills:
The Galea Foothills covers the greatest expanse of land in the Cloud Garden. Beginning with Galea Town, adventurers may follow along the Starline River up across the plains and into the mountain. Other areas include the Starline River, the Rose Garden, Galea Plains, Cloud Forest, and the Stone Shrine. The boundary of the foothills lies at the Starline Falls, a giant waterfall that cascades down from the incline above.


Rose Garden: A colorful garden that has been beautifully maintained. Roses among maybe other kinds of flowers of all sorts of colors and shapes make this scenic area a must-see for those who have come to sightsee. The fragrant aroma has made this garden the home for a number of species of grass and bug type pokemon. (Please reply in springgreen)
Mount Zephyria. For many years, people have lived under its shadow, beneath the eternal clouds circling the peak, and in recent times the noble spire had been off limits to many, with a giant floating island hundreds of miles away proclaimed by many to be known as the Cloud Garden. With the locals of Zephyria referring to their sacred mountain and regions as the Cloud Garden too, they saw the well-known one as a lesser land, a meagre pretender to their own utopia.

And then the meteor struck the floating island.

Nobody saw it coming, many saw it as an omen from the gods, and many proclaimed it a tragedy, the island and its many well-known locations, from Delibird Ridge and the Mystery Isle to the Rose Arch and Memory Lane. In a few short moments, reduced to nothing but flaming rubble tumbling into the ocean beneath, countless pokemon lives lost.

From the ashes, however, there was hope. With the old garden no more, Zephyria was deemed the new Cloud Garden by the new administration, and trainers began to migrate to the land once more, bringing in a new era of prosperity for the natives of the mountain.

One such trainer, Alex Blackhall, had travelled to the island for no reason other than to explore. Having left his fortress base, and passing through Galea Town, where he learned of the three constituent levels of the mountain, he set his sights on the rose garden first, for no reason other than acclimatisation and to enjoy the view. While he had interest in scaling the mountain and visiting the Colosseum in the future, so as to reinforce any doubtful that he scaled Zephyria, for now he was content with ambling through the natural garden.

By both sides waddled two pokemon, and the other hand of his intentions. With a slowly growing team, he felt the need to get to properly know some of his lesser team members, the ones who would be more on his casual side, rather than the squad of experienced combatants he referred to as his legion. While he was technically not in the Order as he used to be, he still held the title of Demonbreaker, those who would not falter in the face of evil but rather spit in it, bringing those who would threaten harmony to their knees, but even a templar against evil had to have their casual time. To his left, a short rodent with sandy plates across much of the body and small claws, while to his right, a larger blue rodent with prominent fangs protruding from a larger snout and bristling with small barbs. The Sandshrew and Nidorina, Alex admitted, had been interacted with rather seldomly, and as the trio wandered the garden, he felt he would do best with finding them something to do.

If that something also curtailed a potential new teammate, then the journey would be worthwhile. He planned to be in Zephyria for an extensive duration, anyways.
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