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Austin has a minion!

Cloud the Angelic Puppy




Austin


The Angel Montre
Owner: TIME

Age: 9 years, 4 months, 3 weeks

Born: May 22nd, 2010

Adopted: 9 years, 4 months, 3 weeks ago

Adopted: May 22nd, 2010


Pet Spotlight Winner
December 7th, 2010

Statistics


  • Level: 8
     
  • Strength: 20
     
  • Defense: 20
     
  • Speed: 16
     
  • Health: 21
     
  • HP: 21/21
     
  • Intelligence: 0
     
  • Books Read: 0
  • Food Eaten: 0
  • Job: Unemployed


Name: Austin Summers
Alias: Austin
Age: 20
Birthdate: May 22
Gender: Male
Species: Canine
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 150 lbs
Body: average build

Language(s): English
Orientation: Straight
Personality: determined, reckless, energetic, compassionate, restless

Hair: light blonde
Eyes: dark grayish blue
Skintone: light blue
Marking(s): clouds that move across his skin
Tattoo(s): none
Piercing(s): none

Likes: weather, stargazing, music, driving, frisbee, photography
Dislikes: death, school, cops, hospitals, mexican food

Located:Veta Lake
Living Quarters: The Devereux Family Mansion
Occupation(s): Meteorologist

Mother: Hannah Summers
Father: Matt Summers
Brother(s): none
Sister(s): none
Lover: none

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overlay by CycloneX
The murky gray clouds a mile away from Austin spun slowly around the funnel that had begun to snake down from the low wall cloud, eagerly reaching towards the ground. Soon a cloud of debris and dust twirled across the ground, heralding the arrival of the tornado. The storm was moving quickly and in several seconds the tornado was practically on top of Austin.

His ears popped and the roar of the winds became deafening as twigs and other small debris from the dust shroud began to hit his body. He could feel his palms sweating and prayed that the empty bottle he held tightly in his hands wouldn’t slip out of them. At the last second just before the tornado fully hit him, Austin held out the bottle, closed his eyes tightly and imagined the tornado being sucked into the bottle.

As soon as he heard the roaring stop he opened his eyes and quickly pulled a cork out of his pocket and shoved it into the opening of the bottle. When Austin raised the bottle up to his face to get a closer look, he could see a miniature of the tornado dancing away inside. “Cool,” he said with a grin. Although this wasn’t the first time he’d caught weather it was his first tornado and he couldn’t help but be impressed.

Austin had accidentally discovered his ability to capture weather several years ago. He had been holding an empty water bottle, waiting to refill it from the team cooler during a break at soccer practice when suddenly a bolt of lightning had forked down from the sky and leapt into his bottle. Shocked by this strange sight Austin screwed the lid back on and hid the bottle in his sports bag before any of his teammates could see it.

After some further testing with bottles Austin discovered he was able to catch lightning, whole thunderstorms, and blizzards. He also learned that weather wasn’t able to affect him. The strong downdrafts in thunderstorms didn’t even ruffle his hair, lightning didn’t shock him, and he couldn’t even feel the numbing cold of blizzards.

Now, staring at the tornado swirling around inside the jar, he knew what he wanted to do with his bizarre ability: catch dangerous weather to keep it from hurting people.

Pet Treasure


Autumn Rain

Bottled Spring Thunderstorm

Bottled Tornado

Bottled Lightning

Empty Beer Bottle

Clear Glass Square Bottle

Empty Pyramidal Bottle

Empty Corked Glass Bottle

Nightmarish Cloud

Fireside Performance Threatening Clouds

Fireside Performance Happy Clouds

Lightning Bolt

Cloud Watching

Cloud Fruit

Pet Friends