Jack finally let him stop when he almost fell out of the air, and she carried him over to the table to get the weights of of him. There was nothing but relief coming from him whenever she started taking them off of him, and it was fine the way it was. He stretched out a little bit and trilled at the woman again, wondering when he was going to be able to sleep after all of this. He was pretty tired as it was she figured, and she could certainly feel it coming from him again and all that, and she smiled a little at him when he curled up in her hands and fell asleep. Jack put him on the table for a moment, gathered her things, then picked him up and went to the front desk to check out. It was time to figure things out again she figured, and the woman smiled a little and waved to the woman behind the desk as they left. Whether or not they had succeeded was for them to find out after she had reviewed the recordings she figured, and then they would be told if they had passed or failed.
Name: Tobi Gender: Male Age: Adult Species: Jibiji Statsp Level: 45 Loyalty: 90 Stamina: 2 Strength: 0 Resistance: 0 Dexterity: 4 Mentality: 1 Special Abilities: Fly, Empathetic Link Moves: Dodge, Sweet Song, Gale Winds, Echolocation, Peck, Slap, Scratch, Surprise!, Wing Buff Knows Step Up (1) Off (1) Wear Harness (1) Fly (3) Land (1) Hold (1) Drop (1) Get (Message) (1) Carry Load (2) Location (Jack) (1) Peck (2) Slap (2) Scratch (1) Surprise! (2) Wing Buff (3) Gale Winds (6) Dodge (4) =33
Back in the Gym. She'd thought about teaching him to loosen his feathers when gripped before doing this, but that had lost it's appeal pretty quickly. Honestly she could get it done after the Gym and they would be fine. This time it wasn't going to be as bad she figured with a little smile as she strode into the Gym with items tucked under her arm and Tobi on her shoulder. He was still the smallest animal to be trained in the Gym that she knew of at least, and that was kind of interesting to listen to at the same time. Some people didn't see the point of training up a little animal like she was doing, but she was determined to get it done and that was all there was to it, she figured. Jack sighed a little, she didn't know if she should do this in spurts or call it good at this point, so she wasn't sure what to think of things as of yet. She didn't know if she should do it in big chunks or little chunks, and she sighed a little as she thought of it a little. Jack didn't know what to do at the moment, which was fine, really, but there wasn't much else to do at the moment anyway.
Doing this in little spurts was probably the best idea, she figured with a little sigh as she glanced over at Tobi, she didn't know what else to do at the moment, it wasn't like there was anything else super crucial to do and all that. Giving a little shrug, she settled Tobi onto a post and looked around the room, trying to figure out how they were going to do this today. Gym training always sucked the life out of her it seemed, but that was fine, it was only going to help out her little Jibiji at the same time. She smiled a little as she thought of it, and she didn't really care what was going to happen at the moment. As long as he did better than he had been, things would work out between the two of them beautifully. Jack just knew it was going to take some time to get things done.
Jack thought about it for a little while, it didn't really matter what they did, as long as they did it, she figured with a small sigh. She shook her head, a little unsure of things at the moment, but at least she had a general idea of what to do, and she could always do big bursts later on if she started getting bored or whatever, which she probably would at this point. Jack chuckled a little and watched Tobi trill to himself softly on the post as she stood there surveying the area. She didn't know what to do at the moment, and that was fine. Sure there were things to do, but she didn't know which ones to do first, which was a little aggravating when all was said and done. Oh well, there wasn't anything else she could do at the moment, and she hoped that she would figure it out soon.
There was nothing for her to do at the moment except to put up the poles for a little while. Jack frowned a bit and shook her head, she didn't know what to do with herself, and it was a little aggravating. Tobi didn't really seem to mind at the moment, but she wished things would be a little more clear cut. Giving a sigh and a shrug, she settled the poles into the floor and then sat down with some of the power water and a bowl for Tobi to have during training, and a stop watch that was well used at this point. Maybe she would need to buy another one soon, but that could wait for awhile, it wouldn't hurt to have new equipment soon enough, she knew the wraps were done for at this point, but she didn't need those for the little bird anytime soon, if ever.
Jack settled down on the floor a little and called Tobi over to her. She patted him on the head a little and then had him start walking through the poles a little at a time. He would get tired a little quickly, she knew that much, even though his stamina was greater than that of a normal Jibiji at this point thanks to her training. Jack chuckled a little, not like he could take a hit from a Thundergug or anything, but that was fine at the same time. Nothing was going to prepare her for what was going on at least, and she smiled a little bit as she realized at the end of this training he was going to be flying through the poles to try to increase his dexterity a little bit. That would be fine, and fun to watch honestly, but until then, this was the next best thing.
Everything would go well, she knew it would as he walked through the poles, back and forth, back and forth. She knew something good would come of this, but it was going to take forever to get it done. That was fine, it wouldn't be Gym training if it went quickly, after all. Jack chuckled a little to herself as she watched Tobi, wondering when to give him the water this time. It would be fine she knew, whenever, and it wasn't like he drank too much at once or anything. Giving a little shrug, she poured some of the water into the bowl next to her and moved it closer to the poles so he could take a drink when he wanted to. Already he was having some problems it seemed, but that was fine no matter what. At least he was trying, and that was really all she could ask of him at this point.
While she watched him walk, Tobi wondered what he'd done to deserve this again. Sure the last time he'd had a bunch of balls thrown at him while he flew around, but she didn't know what else to do for him at the moment. He supposed this would work well enough, and he would be the quickest Jibiji around, but he didn't know if that would work well for him or not. There were still other things out there quicker than he was at this point, but that was alright he figured with a little sigh to his breath. He knew that things were going to go well for him when it was all said and done, he just hated the work involved with everything at this point. Jack watched him, feeling a few emotions running through their link, and hoped he didn't resent her for bringing him here again or anything.
Honestly, she just hoped he would get this done quickly and all that, that way they could get back to normal training before having to head back to the Gym again. There were two more trips to be had before the tournament, and she wasn't sure there was going to be enough time for all of that. She chewed on her lip a little and then shook her head as she watched Tobi, they would make time, she would make sure things would work out for them at this point. She frowned a little, ever so slightly, and wondered what to do with things at the moment. Sure there was another tournament running and all that, which was fine, and she really missed having Kro around all the time now that he was stuck at the Pit. But that was alright, she knew things would work out between them no matter what, she just needed to concentrate on Tobi.
Gym training drained her, and she wasn't even the one doing the training, Tobi was. She sighed a little again and leaned back on the floor, resting on her elbows as she watched the bird go through the poles one at a time, weaving in between them and all that. She shook her head, she didn't know what to do, but it looked like he was trying to pick up the pace just a little bit. Sure, he wasn't all that quick on the ground, but she hoped that things would take place in the sky and all that. It would certainly be nice, but she wasn't sure what to expect from him right now or anything. Jack shook her head, unsure of what to do for herself and all that. Jack chuckled a little at herself, it didn't matter if she was bored or not, though she wished she had brought a book, it mattered that he got his training in.
Tobi was bored too, however, and wished there was something else he could do at this point. He sighed a little again and shook his head, something he'd picked up from the woman as they trained together. There wasn't much for him to do aside from walk, and while he figured he could fly and do it as well, there must be some reason she didn't want him to yet. Maybe she wanted him to get extra tired before they tried that out, it made sense, though he didn't necessarily understand it all that well just yet. Frowning a little, Jack felt him falter and hoped that he would keep going. She'd given him the command at least, so of course he would if he at least remembered his training. She didn't know what else to do at the moment, and encouraged him with soothing feelings and thoughts, watching as some of the tension drained from him.
Nothing good would come of this if he didn't keep going, she knew that, and she knew that things would figure out well at the same time. Nothing else would happen, she figured, and she knew that things were going to happen. Jack smiled a little and closed her eyes, knowing Tobi would keep going even if she slept, but she wasn't planning on sleeping or anything, she just wanted to rest a bit. Working with him to sense danger that morning had been a little rough at the moment, which was fine at the same time, but she didn't know what else to do for him right now. Of course she had also taught him to dodge, he just needed a little more experience at the moment to learn everything right now. She smiled again and opened her eyes once more, wondering what was going to happen as Tobi walked through the poles.
Tobi was sure nothing was worse than Gym training, though the other animals at home might tell him otherwise at this point. Sighing a little, he continued to walk through the poles, varying his speed a little from time to time as he thought about it all. It wasn't like things would work out no matter what, he had to work at it before things went on at the same time. Jack smiled a little at him and waved as he walked, and he chirped in response. At least he was happy enough at the same time and all that, though it was going to be tough to figure things out right now. Everything was fine no matter what, he just had to work at things no matter what and all that, and she hoped that things were going to be fine as time went ahead and she hoped that he would get this done.
Already he was starting to get a little quicker on his feet, though it was hard for him to walk for this long, considering he was used to flying at this point. His chest muscles had gotten stronger and stronger the more he flew, and she knew that things were going to be great as long as he kept doing what she told him to do. They only had a few more things to train in at this point, which was fine at the same time, though she didn't know what she was going to do once his training was over and done with. Already he had a few things to do, but once they were over... Jack sighed a little and shook her head a bit, she didn't know what to do when his training list was over and done with, though she hoped it wouldn't be for a little while longer.
Jack watched as he danced around the poles a little bit, and she wondered what was going to happen when he realized he could fly. Of course she didn't want him to, and he probably wouldn't until she gave him the command, which was good on his part. She smiled a little, unsure of what to do, still wishing she would have brought a book, but who knew, it would be good for her to take some time to watch the bird as well. She didn't know what to do about things at the moment and all that, as she was getting pretty bored with everything. Giving a little sigh, she didn't know what to do at all times and all that, but she didn't know what to do about things. Everything would be fine and work out eventually, she knew that much, but she didn't know what else to do at the moment.
Ashe: When the credits have been handed over IC, and the transfer is posted. Threads are often left open a little longer, in case the customer wishes to RP their exit or anything else.
Sept 13, 2020 14:49:02 GMT -6
Renathan: I've been meaning to ask- is a person considered out of the shop when the shop transfer is posted/items are given, or when the shop thread is locked?
Sept 13, 2020 14:20:16 GMT -6
Flare: It was hinted in the discord, so nothing officially announced.
Sept 10, 2020 22:30:10 GMT -6
Riku: Oh, when and where was that announced? Lol
Sept 10, 2020 21:38:50 GMT -6
Xentus: Sarane eggs. Lil' egg hunt around the boards to get a brown with neat markings
Sept 10, 2020 13:45:16 GMT -6
Riku: What eggs...? 😅
Sept 10, 2020 13:40:49 GMT -6