I made the mistake of looking at reddit comments and man, people must have hated the original Adventure series.
Imagine that the other 6 don't get fancy cgi evolutions, the evolution growth to their final forms are mostly self-contained, and there's a fight almost every episode, even if it's just awkwardly inserted.
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How can one person be so many things.
Confidant..friend..my biggest frustration..my greatest fantasy..the one I can't stand, but the one I most desire..annoying when you don't shut up, but I bother you when you aren't talking to me..try to forget you, but give in and message you anyway...try to have an adult conversation and you laugh with a sly smile..till all I want to do is kiss you..forgetting what it was I was saying..laying with u both of us naked and vulnerable..bodies, energies, spirits, intertwined..the sighs and heavy breathing subsides..your tastes and smells fade away with rising of the sun, yet still gently linger..a faint memory of a pointless argument..a reminder of no matter how far we fall we does so together and find our way back to each other..your spirit and fire bringing me back always to you
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where: werewolf hideout, Kent
It was very unlike Amelia to ask anyone for help. Even more out of character for the woman was to voluntarily get her little brother involved in anything remotely dangerous or work-related. But the list of people she trusted was getting smaller by the day, and she knew this was a two-people job. She also, more selfishly, missed spending time with Edgar very much, and knew that the prospect of a secret mission would be a lot more attractive to him than grabbing coffee and bickering about the same old things. And she’d been right; all she’d had to do was ask him if he’d be interested in being her backup on a mission for Moody, and he’d been packed and ready to go that same day. So there they were, knocking on the door of a cottage in Kent which served as a hideout for a few of Crump’s werewolves friends from the circus, according to her research. There was no reason for the little interrogation she had in mind to go wrong, but with her brother by her side, she was still hyper aware of everything around them.
“Ready?” she asked him as she knocked on the door, which a kind-looking woman quickly opened. It looked like things might be as quick and easy as she’d hoped for a few seconds, until a sudden flurry of activity where the woman grabbed her wand, pushing Amelia to disarm her right away with a swift Expelliarmus, but not before she’d had time to scream “Aurors!” to whoever else was in the house. Amelia looked at her brother. “Be careful,” she whispered to him as they both entered the house, wands drawn, while she picked up the woman’s and softly charmed ropes around her wrists to keep her still.
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