Creepy Pasta:Pokemon BloodboneI'm sure we all know how this story starts. There's always someone, getting a game from Gamestop and I am no different. I had always wanted to own Pokemon Heartgold or Pokemon Soulsilver. I had remembered my days playing Pokemon Crystal version. Sure, I owned Black version and White version. But I didn't care. I wanted Heartgold or Soulsilver. One faithful day, I had dropped by Gamestop to check out the games. I was scavenging through a used game pile, when I found a tattered up copy of SoulSilver. The box was cracked in several places and the paper for the cover was ripped. There was a large stain on the front. I wasn't sure what the stain was.Creepy Pasta:Pokemon Bloodbone4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
I took the game to the man at the front counter and asked if the game still worked. "Yeah, that game works just as well as any other. But I don't think you'd like it very much. Everyone who buys it returns it the same day with new strange complaints." the man explained to me in response. "Now, I ain't never played it myself, but there must be s
Pokemon Creepypasta: JessicaI love Pokemon. I always have, and always will. Not just the game... but the characters themselves.Pokemon Creepypasta: Jessica4 years ago in Fan Fiction
When I was about six, my Dad bought me my first ever games console; a Yellow Gameboy Colour console with a copy of Pokemon Yellow. I was overjoyed; I had been a hardcore Pokemon fan ever since I started watching the TV shows with my brother and some friends, and every time I would start trying to re-enact some Pokemon. Due to my young age and naive nature, I didn't know it was just a kids' show and a game.
My brother was with me, and his own colourless Gameboy (the see-through one that shows all of the funky machinery inside of it) had a copy of Pokemon Blue. I would have gotten Red, but they were out of stock. My brother began his game, along with me, in the car on the way to my Grandmother's house and we were both instantly hooked. I fell in love with Pikachu instantly, and my mind being naive at a young age made me call it a weird name. Thinking of a girl who I knew who had moved rece