Ellie is a normal elephant that says “li'l one”. I decided to do a “girl’s night in” photoshoot with her! 🥳
I’m on a mission to see the house of every villager in ACNH, and do a cute little photoshoot with them! I’m slowly working my way backwards through all the amiibo cards. Check my profile and the hashtag “acnh villager photoshoot” to see the villagers I’ve done so far!
The song thrummed in your ears as you hummed to yourself. People swayed with each other all around you, and the sight of everyone with a partner made your heart clench. I miss Ellie, you thought to yourself.
As the words flashed across your mind, you scolded yourself instantly for letting you think those three words. She left you, you remind yourself, she doesn’t love you anymore, y/n.
Every time you had to recall those facts, it only made you long for her touch more. You missed her. Desperately at that, but you knew the hard truth.
Ellie walked into the crowded living room, a blank expression on her face as she moved. You straightened almost simultaneously. It had been a little more than a month since the two of you had broken off, and it was the hardest month you’ve ever had to go through.
When the water level went down, they’d loaded some of the food and water from the boat into the bag Darby had made. She took the first turn carrying it as they walked through the very shallow low-tide water towards the cave, where they hoped they’d be a bit safer. Ellie and Lux were both holding the fishing rods they’d taken, on the lookout for other tributes who may be taking advantage of the lower water level.
They made it into the cave and rested for a bit out of the sunlight at last, but soon enough it got dark and there was a great sound from outside.
They went out to investigate, Darby bringing the bag with them so as not to have it be taken or swept up in the water that had begun to rise. They were wading now through calf-deep water and she didn’t want to know what would happen if the water kept rising.
Outside there was shallow enough water on the shore to walk, hugging the cliff walls, around towards the bay where the water was choppy.
“The cave may flood,” she said, clutching her breathing device in her hand, watching the water nervously.