Join date: 2011-12-05
Location: USA D8!
|Subject: Bonbon The Clefairy Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:42 pm|| |
Pokedex Number: 035
Ability**: Friend Guard
Moves: Sing, Bestow, Gravity, Moonlight
History: Bonbon is a secretary, aiding the guild in managing records. Bonbon has an incredible knack for organizing and keeping track of things. She has patience when it comes to any nonsense that could occur and can keep a stack of papers in place. Bonbon can work night or day to get her work done, and does it with full attention and devotion to her job, often shutting out what is going around in the background of her work zone, even if the Guildmaster is screaming in anger. Growing up, Bonbon had a tendency to keep everything tidy and in order, and thus was always reorganizing and organizing things out of boredom instead of going outside and playing around with the other Pokemon. She was never one for exploring or fighting and preferred to stay indoors, only venturing out when she really has to.
Other: Bonbon uses her Sing attack to calm down others, Bestow to give important information and items to those who request it, Gravity to keep her papers from flying away and any flying Pokemon from creating wind around her stacks of paper, and Moonlight to keep herself going when she starts to wear down from the hard work. Sometimes you'll catch her at the cafe, getting a drink and a meal when she needs to eat or wake herself up.
Bonbon wears a pair of black secretary glasses, and has a nail file to sharpen her nails when there is no work to do, although she finds something sooner or later.
Last edited by Bellacrose on Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:00 pm; edited 3 times in total
Join date: 2011-02-24
Location: The TARDIS
Team: ShadowFern/DesertWind /Voltage/Obsidian/Storm /Oncoming Storm
|Subject: Re: Bonbon The Clefairy Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:44 pm|| |
As long as Im with you, time will never end ...They’ve promised us that dreams come true - but forgot that nightmares are dreams too.The good things don't always soften the bad things, but vice-versa,
the bad things don't necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant.