With a grin more like of a cross between a smirk and a smile, Riley would quite easily "borrow" something that isn't his, or mess around with someone's mind. In fact, he would probably do a lot of things, marking his personality downright daring. For a good joke, Riley would even go as far as to give up his soul, as long as the prank works. Riley can act easily, and really well, tricking people into doing what he wants, or giving him something. When he stops being mischievous, he can be kind hearted, but that rarely happens-around once in about a blue moon. His major fault would be that he gets depressed easily mainly when "A well thought out plan" gets broken, or evaded. In his daze he sometimes tells the person that it was him who did it, before snapping out of his daze and getting chased by the person he pranked. A more minor fault is the fact that he's quite forgetful, sometimes talking to a person that he tricked a few days ago, not remembering the small fact. Appearance:
- The one on the left:
Riley was born into a family of psychics in Goldenrod City, who were poor, but extremely good in predicting the future, and reading minds-however could barely move the lightest of boxes. On the day he was born, the eldest predicted however that he would be different, in fact the exact opposite. He was to be strong in the physical area-like telekinesis, but weak in the telepathic area. His parents were interested in having a "well-rounded" psychic group, and started training him as much as possible at a young age at their level of ability in the area which he was "destined" to be. It was apparent at age 5, that Riley was far beyond their learning, whenever he was hungry he would take some cookies which were propped high up in an attempt to stop him from eating it to no avail. Finally when they felt as if he couldn't be trained more, they attempted to ship him off to Saffron to learn from Sabrina. They took him to Safforn and told him to wait and walked back planing for one of the psychics to take him to the gym. However in the young boy's eyes as his parents walked in the train and were about to leave, they were going to abandon him, and in his anger and sadness he caused the passenger carts to move and as they were ripped off the tracks, the carts with all the people in it started ramming into everything, smashing in the walls repeatedly before finally falling on the ground in an exhausted heap. From all the energy he exerted Riley passed out, but his parents fared far worse. They along with around another 100 people died in the train as it was tossed around.
The words of the elder seemed to resonate in the air:Born different from the others,
Massive strength caused loss of mind.
However with strength comes with a cost.
Severing lives, scarring lots.
The last few lines which were ignored came back to haunt them long after their mistakes were made.When he finally awoken from his long nap, Riley was put in prison, for even by accident he killed many people. Underestimating his power, when they came back to bring him to court, there was a hole in the wall-it was made for psychics of some-what okay power to ensure that they couldn't escape. Searching for the 7 year old boy, wanted by everyone and disowned by his family he ran to Vermilion City and told one of his first lies, that he was lost and orignally from Lillycove-the boat said that it was headed towards there-and tricked him into taking him out of Johto into Hoenn. The news haven't reached the area yet, and for a while he was safe-nobody knew him, nor see him for maybe a glance. Soon the young boy grew hungry, and like he would with a cookie using the smallest amount of power possible, steal from homes food and materials needed for living. However the news reached Hoenn and even though they rarely seen him directly, the people were suspicious of the small blur with hair that could have been blond that dashed around the city, and nobody claimed the boy as theirs. Finally at 8 he left, but by then got the basic rules of survival down. Riley ran down Route 121, without knowing where the next city, when he encountered a Wingull. Thinking the "poor defenseless" boy needed someone to help him, the Wingull took him to Lavaridge, where he was taken in by the one of the elders by keeping up his ruse. After a while, the somewhat quiet bored him and to cause "excitement" Riley took the mud and dug a small hole, and started making a sandcastle just a bit away from the trench. A person came by and kindly looked at the young boy and he walked closer, before tripping in the hole and landed face-first in the ground. Riley barely talked his way out of punishment, claiming it wasn't his fault and it must have happened before since you couldn't see that there was a hole from the perspective that he was at. Figuring out that he could do many things without them knowing it started developing his trickster like personality. At age 14 almost everyone had been pranked by him, including himself, to redirect the attention away from himself. At that point, the people were used to it, and even joking about the pranks sometimes. Somewhere in their hearts they in a way knew that it was him, but they wanted the person to remain a secret, for it seemed much more intresting if there was an unknown person who is so good he/she can slip away without people knowing. Time passed and at 16 he-still with his mischevious and deceptive personality mind you-decided to seek his fortune in the new town of Fernoia, the horrible memory almost completely forgotten. And the moment he left, the mysterious prankster from Lavaridge left as well...Extra:
He never used, or is rarely likely to use the amount of power that he used back then.
IT'S OFFICAL, HIS NAME IS RILEY SAGATO NOW
-Transfered from Feronia-