The Black Swan
Missingno. Master: You and Myrtle are still at conflict with each other, and in a place which is so obviously wrong, you don’t want to be at war. In all honesty, unlike others who have wandered in here in the past, you have already changed your mind and want to go home or to a Pokemon Centre so that your partner can recuperate. Myrtle refuses to show her weakness in front of you.
With reluctance you continue on, water sloshing about your feet as you exit what appears to be the captain’s cabin and out to a hallway. Myrtle sways after you, and you take a few steps along a hallway with heavy doors lining either side of you before something scares you out of your wits. Something screeches. It isn’t shrill, but sounds like a mixture of a computer connecting to dial-up and one of the doors protesting on its hinges. Myrtle swings round to face the source of the noise behind you both... But nothing is there.
“We’re not alone.” You realise, stating the obvious. Such stupid remarks don’t normally go down too well with present company. While your feet normally make noise moving, you try to listen, but the silence deafens you again. Unless this thing has slipped out of the ship as quickly as it apparently entered, it cannot have gone far.
What do you do?