After the mealmatch (seriously, I'm not making this up), I got my call from Looker--we had our first case.
Chapter Two: Suspicious Alleys
The request was a letter from a concerned mother. She was concerned about the growing number of children hanging out in the alleyways in Paris...erhm...Lumiose City. She mentioned her concerns, specifically, for her precious honor role child whom she wants to go do a top Ace Trainer Academy.
All the sighs.
Looke rtold me to start in the Southern Boulevard. It was there that I found the alley in question. It was filled withPreschool trainers with greatly over-leveled pokemon.
|Don't worry, Froakles is used to tight spaces.|
At the end of the gauntlet of the Children of the Damned, I found an Epurr named Mimi and a human who only referred to herself as "friend of Mimi". Looker soon join
Wow. I had forgotten that this sort of issue would exist. Even if you want to be theverybestlikenooneeverwastocatchthemismyrealtesttotrainthemismycause, this doesn't mean anything if you can't catch pokemon because you're poor. Pokemon has a socio-economic component to it--and for some people, it might just be financially impossible to be theverybestlikenooneeverwastocatchthemismyrealtesttotrainthemismycause.
Looker offered Mimi and friendofMimi a home at his bureau working as his assistants, but Mimi ran off. It would be my job to find and befriend Mimi.
Hippowdon/Leviathan/ lvl 67