League TreatsMay was one of the best Trainers in Hoenn. She beat every Gym Leader, including her father. Now she just needed to beat the Pokemon League. She was standing at the entrance, checking her Pokemon and making sure her team was in top shape. Then Brendan ran to her.League Treats2 minutes ago in Humor More Like This
Brendan was Professor Birch's son and May's rival. Unlike May, he wasn't a very skilled Trainer. He focused more on studying Pokemon rather than training them. While she was training her Pokemon, he gave up at Lilycove City and helped his dad while she was gone. Today was different, though. He decided to congratulate May before she got to the League.
Unfortunately, right when he was just a route away from May, something awful struck him: hunger. He hadn't eaten breakfast yet and his stomach was audibly rumbling. Clutching his stomach, he winced for a second and mumbled, "Err, I'll get some food soon." He then proceeded to walk through the rest of the route until he approached May at the League entrance.
His food came a little s
The Other Side of the City--Chapter 106The figure in front of Phoenix stopped short. “Mama?” he whispered.The Other Side of the City--Chapter 1063 minutes ago in Drama More Like This
She had never heard him say that word to her, not in addressing her, not when he was a boy or when he’d become fully grown as a man. But she recognized the voice that said it, a voice that she often thought would have been one of her own household if things have been different, who would have called her that.
“Oh, Crevan!” She opened her arms, exposing her chest and torso to any attack that may come to her. Her skin crawled, arguing with her mind that she not leave her vital organs exposed. Her eyes became fuzzy as tears welled in them, so all she saw once again was a white blur.
The silver fox rushed at her, his teeth showing, his brown eyes curled into half moons. “You’re alive!”
She wrapped her arms about him as he hit her, her lips coming to his furry cheek. Then she recognized the voices of others in the room, her frien
toxIcCookIngTox drifted into the kitchen, bored out of her mind and hungry. Her moirail was off doing PRODUCTIVE THINGS, ooh it sent a chill up her spine. But hey, she was the ‘Overlordessa’, according to Ravio, and had a job to do. People-er, goats to rule.toxIcCookIng3 minutes ago in General Fiction More Like This
As the ghost looked around, she poked her head through the pantry door and inspected the food. The first thing she noticed was the lack of cereal.
“Shoot. We need more, AGAIN. Maybe I shouldn’t have eaten the whole box this morning…”
She thinks for a moment before shrugging and drifting over to the fridge, opening the door and gazing inside with boredom before an idea popped into her head.
“Eggs. Omelet. Yes.”
She tugs out the egg carton and searches for the milk before growling under her breath, deciding to use water instead.
What a mistake.
After several minutes of trial and error and a highly disgruntled Ravio being shooed out of the kitchen, Tox finally had a plate of eggs. She inspected them
Dreams - Chapter Three ~ Blue eyesDreams - Chapter ThreeDreams - Chapter Three ~ Blue eyes3 minutes ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
My face collides with somebody's chest, and everything seems to stop, and start moving in slow motion. Bean leaps out of my arms as the rest of my falls forward, scratching my wrist slightly with sudden movement. I hear her claws skid on the hard ground as she bolts in the opposite direction, running from the man that had been following us. My eyes squeeze shut as I fall toward the cold floor. The blackness beneath my eyelids is the most comforting thing there is right now, as my hands and bare knees hit the floor hard. the force of the fall making my vision blur, my ears ring, and my knees and palms burn in fiery pain, but it's over as soon as it was there. I don't even realize that there is a boy kneeling in front of me, repeatedly asking if I am okay, if I am hurt. Slowly, my vision begins to clear and my ears stop ringing. My eyes snap open wide, staring at the marble floor. My sleek black hair falling over my face as I hang