Title: Awakening (The Samaya Court Book 1)
Characters: Yuugi Mutou, Jounouchi Katsuya, Anzu Mazaki, Miho Nosaka, Honda Hiroto, Officer Junsar, Eevee, Spinarak, Jiro the Jorogumo (Prisoner 777)
Fandoms: Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokemon
A/N: Sorry this is late. I got stuck on how to write this chapter. Couple things: First, this took an unexpectedly dark turn. Trigger warning for a Pokemon’s death. Second, the first major deviation in canon. If you aren’t familiar with Season 0 or the manga, you may not recognize it. Also, a fun fact: In the manga it is Prisoner 777 who escapes, and he’s never given a name. In Season 0, this character is split into two characters: Tetsu the Hedgehog and Jiro the Jorogumo. This always seemed odd to me, so I made Tetsu (Prisoner 777) Jiro the Jorogumo and returned it to just one character.
Finished making my spinarak earrings
I am starting to draw lots of lil wild pokemon around Diane/Jody on my askblog…
There is a reason for that!
I’m literally going with the cliche logic of
“Princesses attract wildlife” kind of trope.
I personally just… find it funny that the sisters just attract various wild critters no matter what gioadhoighadioghdsg
Did some blushing and cleanup work on the charms
Sculpting some spinarak earrings and some net balls
Went back to SOS hunting this time! It took a few days but it wasnt in succession. I only opened my 3ds here and there while I wasnt doing anything so honestly it felt like it was less than 100 sos calls for sure.
Not sure what to target next!
Spinarak, the String Spit Pokemon
& Ariados, the Long Leg Pokemon
Spinarak: The web spun by Spinarak can be considered its second nervous system. It is said that this Pokémon can determine what kind of prey is touching its web just by the tiny vibrations it feels through the web’s strands. Some fishermen weave its sturdy thread into nets to catch fish Pokémon.
Ariados: Every night, it wanders around in search of prey, whose movements it restrains by spewing threads before it bites into them with its fangs. It spews threads from its mouth to catch its prey. When night falls, it leaves its web to go hunt aggressively. Ariados’s feet are tipped with tiny hooked claws that enable it to scuttle on ceilings and vertical walls. This Pokémon constricts the foe with thin and strong silk webbing.
Correspondences of Spinarak & Ariados
Signs to take into consideration when Spinarak & Ariados appear
Magical associations: Lucid dreaming, creative energies, meditation, scaling the tree of life, finding connectivity.
Spinarak: 5 (Broken down from its Pokedex number, 167. 1 + 6 + 7 = 14. 1 + 4 = 5)
Ariados: 6 (Broken down from its Pokedex number, 168. 1 + 6 + 8 = 15. 1 + 5 = 6)
Day of the Week: Monday, Friday
Planet: Moon, Pluto, Mars
Western Zodiac: Aries, Scorpio
Tarot Cards: The Empress, Queen of Cups, Queen of Swords, The World
Spinarak & Ariados as a Situation in reading: Diving into your dreams for deeper meaning; conquering fears of the unknown; sitting down and planning for the future; a time where you are asked to be patient; utilizing your creativity.
Spinarak & Ariados as a Person in reading: The wise grandmother; an author; a book keeper; someone who balances their needs with their wants very well; a role model who encourages doing what makes you happy.
Keywords: Patience, Connectivity, Creation
Requested by: @mechanicalwitch
Spinarak would make a great starter Pokémon for you; they are very calm ambush hunters who enjoy relaxing in solitude for long periods of time. So long as your home is warm and has good, dark corners to hide in, a Spinarak will be very happy. They are also one of the least dangerous Bug/Poison-Types to own, considering their lack of aggression. Skorupi are great as another Poison arachnid, but are more energetic and likely to sting an unexperienced trainer.