Arrrrrrrrrmageddon is upon us...
Drakonnas / Ashen
Galen Windrose stood at the helm of his ship, The Nightengale, looking over the calm seas. It really was a beautiful evening, and as he inhaled, Galen smelled the salty sea air, and couldn't help but feeling at home here on the ocean, as he always did. This was where he belonged. This was where he wanted to be.
The older man stood with his hand firmly on the wheel, as the ship rocked back and forth. His crew were up and working hard, singing sea shanties as they did. They were fiercely loyal to him, he was very respected among his kind. He had a short, neatly trimmed white beard, and a bushy mustache, but his hair appeared a little bit unkempt, due to the wind. He had his fair share of battle scars, and his face was both kind, and yet stern at the same time. A beautiful silver feather hung around his neck, suspended by a silver string. It shone and glistened in the morning light, sparkling gently.
A tall, green pokemon stood next to him, ever watchful, and ever present. His Decidueye, Nightengale, was his first pokemon, and it had been with him for many countless years. The two of them had grown up together, and Nightengale was very protective of his trainer. Besides his Decidueye, Galen had two other pokemon; one was currently swimming alongside the ship, creating ripples and waves as they went. A huge Gyarados called Levias poked his head above the water. Notoriously hard to train and tame, Levias was about as well trained as they came. He was absolutely loyal to Galen, and they had spent many, many years together as well. His final pokemon was an Ampharos, Luxia, who currently resided in the Crow's Nest, shining her light out for them to see.
All of his crew had their own pokemon as well, and together, the ship was busy.
"Good evening, Cap'n!" One man called. "It's been a beautiful day, eh? The seas are calm after the storm? I reckon we'll get a good bounty this week."
Galen nodded, and replied, his voice solemn and wise as always. "Aye, that it be, Calvin. I'm feeling good about being out here today. It's nice to be back on the water. Visiting Kanto was nice, but the seas be my home. That storm blew us off course. See if you can figure out by how much. I expect a report back before noon."