Pokemon: PLEASE HELPPlease help.
I don't have much time left to explain why I need help so I'll type this as quick as I can.
It all started a few weeks ago. Luxray and I were just out on a walk when some pale cloaked guy oh god its knocking again just blocked our path. He pulled out one of his Pokeballs and just said "Battle". Being the ignorant fool I was, of course I accepted. He only nodded in reply. He started out with A Duskull. One crunch from Luxray managed to take it down. The next thing he sent out was a Gastly. "A ghost type trainer, eh? Well, I've delt with plenty of you in the past." Another Crunch From Luxray ended it. Instead of being worried, he only smirked. I thought it was strange at the time, but now I see why he was so smug.
His last pokemon was a Desukan. I didn't know it at the time, but it's haunting glare would be forever burned into my memory.
It took more than one crunch to take it down, but the trainer never ordered it to attack, or to even to defend itself. He just stood
Pokemon Creepypasta - CrystalI've always been a fan of the Johto region. Crystal was my favorite. Being able to choose a female character probably had something to do with it. After purchasing Soul Silver, I was really disappointed that they'd changed the design of the characters; both male and female.Pokemon Creepypasta - Crystal4 years ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
A few months ago, I was riding the light rail home. As we approached the next stop, the person sitting next to me got up and stood by the door. Something caught my eye in his seat. He'd left behind a copy of Crystal. I'm no saint, and my Crystal version had gone missing on a Greyhound bus during a cross country trip, so I silently snatched it up.
Upon arriving home, I sat down on my couch, grinning from ear to ear with my new treasure and my SP.
The cartrige looked a bit different than I remembered it and the sticker didn't seem quite right. But at the time I was too excited to care.
After the title screen, there were only two options. "Continue" and "New Game". I had thought there was supposed to be an "Options" me
Strangled...So, you've played through all of the original pokemon games huh? You beat the Elite Four, trounced your rival, and even ventured into that mysterious cave and took on Mewtwo. You've raised a party of Level 100s, have every pokemon in the game, hell, you even did the Mew glitch as well didn't ya? You've got em all, probably caught a MissingNo or two just to tempt fate and came out on top, without even your Hall of Fame scratched.Strangled...4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
But there is something you've probably not seen. We all have our theories what lies in that tall grass beyond the impassible walls to the west of Pallet Town. Sure, you can glitch over it with a game shark and wander the vast expanse of the field for fun, but game sharks have a nasty habit of messing things up, in this case, using one deletes the final secret held within the Pokemon Red version. If you want to see the secret the game shark shields you from, it is not hard.
Upon your complete conquest of the Elite Four and completing your Pokedex, ret
Pokemon Beta GoldBeta stuff in games has always interested me. I've always been the type to ask "What if this was in the final version?" Or "How come they took this out?" Most of the time I never found out, but it was fun to pretend and theorize. But an experience that happend a while ago has turned me off of beta theorizing, though.Pokemon Beta Gold4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It started a few years ago. Pokemon platinum had recently come out, and my intrest in pokemon had hit another peak. Like many other people my age, my favorite games were Gold and silver versions. After a small google search, I discovered the Pokemon GS beta.
I was ecstatic All of this stuff, beta pokemon designs, beta items, and at one point in the game you even got a skateboard. But the best part of all was the fact that it was on the original gameboy. I began to theorize like a madman.
A few weaks later, a ROM site that I usually visit had added a new rom to it's Database. Which was kind of strange, they usually make an announcement when ever they add new ones. I shrugge
Purple.Purple.Purple.3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was so cliché! An obviously hacked Pokemon game at a swap meet! But I couldn't resist. I called the attention of the owner of the stall. "Cuantos dinero?" I asked, purposely using a completely generic, American-trying-and-failing-to-sound-Spanish accent even though I had taken Spanish classes for six years. The stall owner laughed and shook his head at the apparently stereotypical teenage girl before him. He unlocked the case and handed the game to me, saying "Ten dollars. Wanna try it out, make sure it works?" I nodded and pulled my old Game Boy Pocket out of my bag, unplugging the Blue Version I had "inherited" from my mom after accidentally wiping out her save file years before. I replaced my beloved cartridge with the new one and turned the GB on. The usual opening battle scene came up. I pressed the A button, bored already with the monotony. But the game seemed to work, and if it didn't well, what was ten dollars?
I turned to my boyfriend, who had brought me t
Hiding.You never know..Hiding.3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
March 14 2010. Today I'm getting Pokemon Soulsilver. I'm happy, I've been saving up alot of money for today, And I heard the game was supposed to be good. It's a remake of one of my favorite Game Boy Advance games. I sent my mom out to buy the game since I wanted to play my Pokemon Diamond for a little while before I forget about it when I get my newer game.
Eventually my mom came back with my SoulSilver DS Cartridge. It was in a silver box that was shining, and had an odd texture to it. On the cover was Lugia in an attack-like pose with "Pokemon SoulSilver" marked on the near-bottom of the box. It also came with a Pokewalker, Which from what I heard was supposed to help kids get out more to raise their Pokemon.
Pleeease.. I said to myself quietly. I'm probaly not even going to use the silly thing anyways. Ignoring that thought, I opened up the case from the side to see my SoulSilver game Cover and my Pokewalker wrapped in some sort of packaging plastic.
Abandon Lonliness PROOFREADEDHello, all! I'm here to tell you about a bizarre Pokémon game that I once got my hands on. It's quite an odd story, but please bare with me and listen up.Abandon Lonliness PROOFREADED3 years ago in Horror More Like This
So, a while back, I was given a copy of Pokémon LeafGreen by a friend. She said she tried out the game, but fell bored of it very quickly. I could see just how quickly she got bored, as she had only 3 minutes of gameplay. She called her character "LEAF". I suppose it was maybe because of the game's title, "LeafGreen"? I wanted to play a new game, but I firstly wanted to see if she even bothered to leave Pallet Town to activate the event where Oak takes you to the lab and gives you a Pokémon.
I started up the game to find that LEAF was laying in her bed in her bedroom. Except, the bed was in the middle of the room, everything in the room was missing except the TV and bed, and the left side of the floor was a dark color, while the other side was lighter. Also, the area's name was "Emptiness", not Pallet Town. Perhaps she
Creepypasta- Unkown whispersIt was just an ordinary Monday, every child was outside playing, many cars were driving past my house, just the usual loud noises I always hear on a beautiful day like this. I couldn't just stay inside today, seeing how the sun was shining bright. I decided I would go to the park, and my mother made me take my little brother Josh with me... Josh was probobly one of the most annoying people in the world.Creepypasta- Unkown whispers3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
So we went to the park, and Josh took his toy shovel with him because he loved to play in the sandpit. I went on the swing for a while and a few minutes later Josh came running up to me all excited saying he had found something. I thought it would just be a stupid shell or something, but when I saw the thing he dug up, I noticed that it was a game for the gameboy colour. I was actually a little excited myself seeing how I still had my gameboy colour. I picked it up barely able to read the title of the game and I think it was a Pokemon game. It said "Unkown" and that was the title... I f
Creepypasta: PokeMon Platinum - The Mad KingI was bored one day and I didn't feel like playing through a lot of my games, since I played through them so many times to the point where they got boring. I looked through my games though to see what I could play. Then a game caught my eye; Pokémon Platinum. I haven't played much of this game since I got HeartGold and SoulSilver. I thought it wouldn't hurt to play this game again. Besides, I haven't even finished training some of my Pokémon to transfer to Pokémon Battle Revolution.Creepypasta: PokeMon Platinum - The Mad King2 years ago in Horror More Like This
I inserted the game cartridge into my Nintendo 3DS and turned my 3DS on. I selected the game and the screen faded into black. Then the intro to the game played like usual. Then the title screen appeared and nothing seemed to be out of the ordinary. I pressed A to go to the options screen. The continue option appeared along with the other options. I clicked on the continue option and the screen faded to black.
When the screen faded back from black, my character (named Alexa) was standing next to her rival (i
Nightmare's RevengeYou could say that I was one of those big Pokémon fans as a kid. I had first gotten into the fandom by the age of ten. My siblings and I watched the Anime every chance we got, we bought a few of the toys, along with the trading cards, and even saw each Pokémon movie we had the chance to see. It wasn't until the Christmas of 1999, the year my siblings and I became fans, that we each got a Pokémon game. My sister got Pokémon Blue, my brother Pokémon Red and I got Pokémon Yellow.Nightmare's Revenge3 years ago in Horror More Like This
The more we played our Pokémon, the more fascinated we became with the franchise. Eventually, we started getting more and more Pokémon games as we got newer consoles. By the time I got Pokémon Ruby in 2005 and I got all eight badges, I started to have trouble finding the Pokémon League. Due to my frustration of not only trying to find something, but also trying to "catch them all", I lost interest in the Pokémon video games. Since then, I had not played any o
Magikarp's WorthMy best friend Tom and I loved to play Pokemon, it was just one of the many things we would do together. Even better is the fact we would buy different versions of the game so when there was an exclusive pokemon, we would be able to trade them off as we wished. Anyways, when the new Ruby and Sapphire games came out, we both jumped at the chance to get them. Tom bought Ruby and I bought Sapphire.Magikarp's Worth3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
One day Tom came over to my house. He sort of looked like he hadn't slept in days. When I looked at him I was concerned, since, well he is my best friend. We both headed over to the living room.
"Dude, whats wrong," I asked as he sat down on the couch next to me.
"Nothing," he muttered under his breath.
"Fine, whatever," I said with a sigh. If he didn't want to tell me I wasn't going to force him. I pulled out my purple colored Gameboy Advance. "Do you want to have a Pokemon battle?"
Tom winced a bit when I said the word pokemon. "No, I'm good."
Now I was really starting to get worried. Tom was
Creepypasta- You Will...Okay, so I have always been a fan of all the pokemon games, and one of my favourites was Pokemon Diamond. When the game came out, I got mum to take me straight to EB games to buy it. I finished it over and over again and never got tired of it, and I always had to have a Riolu in my team. Riolu's were my favourite pokemon and I never evolved it into a Lucario, so I always gave it an everstone.Creepypasta- You Will...3 years ago in Horror More Like This
But a few years after the games release, I must have misplaced the game and I couldn't find it anywhere. Even though more newer Pokemon games had come out, I just really felt like playing Pokemon Diamond. I was so upset, and I really wanted to play it... It was a Sunday, and there was usually a market on those days, so mum and I went to have a look around. There were some guys on a stall selling some games, so I had a look. To my surprise, they had Pokemon Diamond! But there was one slight thing wrong about the cover. Instead of the title being Pokemon Diamond, it said Pokemon Diemond which I th
Unrescue Team Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team was the first Mystery Dungeon game I ever had. I first fell in love with the game years ago when I saw some kid playing it on the school bus taking me home. I was lucky enough to be sitting next to him when he pulled it out and started playing it.Unrescue Team3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was back then that I had first gotten into Pokemon and so when I first saw him playing as a Pokemon instead of training them I was amazed. How come I never heard of this game? I remember he was rescuing a Elekid in Tiny Woods.
When the bus came to my stop I got off but I still thought of the game. Never have I seen something so amazing. It was not long after that I begged my dad to drive my to Game Stop to see if they had it. It was a half hour drive to the store and when we got there I ran in to see a whole case filled with Game Boy Advance games.
I scanned the case over looking for the game even though I
Pokemon: FireRapidashI guess you can say that since I was out of touch with the mainstream games, I never really understood that "emotional bond" people always go on about between themselves and their Pokémon. I've always been more analytical about the games and thought that these creatures were nothing more than pixels which had to be strategically used in order to win.Pokemon: FireRapidash3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Maybe that's why this one ROM hack totally freaked me out. It kind of gave me a rude awakening to what I was really missing with these games. Before I go on, yes, this ROM seems to have been removed from the internet after I had played it, so don't bother looking for it. It's a stupid cliché, I know, but it's the utmost truth. I even went scouring for this thing again to share it with you, but to no avail, so I guess for now you're just stuck with my story.
I used to play Pokémon when I was young. Blue, Red, Yellow, Silver, Gold Crystal... yeah, I played them all. I only lost interest in the games after the Ruby a
Better than a BetaCongratulations! You've helped me become Champion!Better than a Beta2 years ago in Horror More Like This
You look surprised, but I guess I can’t blame you. The protagonists usually don’t talk to you, do they? At least Kris never did.
Well anyway, I want to thank you. Not only did you choose me, but you worked hard to get me to Champion status! And even better, I’ve never heard you say a negative thing about me, and you even admitted I was better than Kris! As a reward, I’m going to let you be one of the few lucky people I’ll tell my story to. You should be grateful that I have deemed you good enough.
Now what story could such a sweet and happy character have behind her? Well you see, I wasn’t always like this- a hero, famous, a champion. In fact, I was quite the opposite. Until I decided to do something about it.
I’m warning you, this tale is dark. I refuse to leave out the details, you need to know the full extent of what I went through.
But you wouldn’t hate me for it, would you? Of course
A channel with no nameHad I not been going to Vancouver with a bunch of friends, I probably wouldn't have found this game, for I had lost it for so long that I didn't even remember owning it in the first place.A channel with no name3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I am talking about my pokemon channel game disc, the infamous game that had gotten tons of bad reviews and bad scoring on game boards, as well as being called "the worst Gamecube game ever made". As a kid, I couldn't care less about its game play, for just being able to see pokemons and interact with a pikachu was more than enough to make me happy and spend hours in front of the TV.
Within a few days only I had already unlocked just about everything that could be unlocked, and as thrilled as a kid can be, I had brought it over to a friend's house to brag about my accomplishments and watch the full Pichu Bros episode together.
It looked like I had taken my memory card out of the bag pretty quickly once back home, but forgot about the game. Later on my mom probably stored my bag in the living room's wa
Don't turn off the power.Yeah Fang! Beat up that Salamance!"Don't turn off the power.2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
My name is Davey. And on my copy of Pokemon Heartgold, I was just about to beat Champion Lance in the battle, our final battle. I had gotten through Kanto now. He only had his annoying Salamance left, but my Feraligatr was kicking butt there. Owning it right in the face with Ice Beam!
"Yes! Yeeees!" I yelled, when the Salamance's Hit Points dropped down to zero after one final blow.
I had FINALLY Beaten the basic storyline! Finally!
Yes I knew you still had to beat Red. I didn't want to beat Red because I felt like theres nothing really you can do after that.
After the boring credits which I couldn't skip, I thought to myself, What now?
Yeah, what do I do now with my game? Keep going and beat Red? Leave it in my closet until I get Pokemon Black and transfer my Pokemon over once I beat that story? Nah, mom will never buy me ANOTHER expensive game after this one. Hmm, how about delete my save file and start a new one?
That's always sad though,
Glitch CityGlitch CityGlitch City3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It all started when Sol and I were hanging out at her house playing Pokémon. We both played it, but I only had third generation and up. She had a lot of the old games like yellow and crystal: the kind you can only buy used now. We started off with a mock battle on third gen; we both knew who was going to win, but it was still fun. She wiped out my Blaziken, Swellow, and Alakazam with her higher level Skeptile, Golem, and her signature Absol. She loved to play Sapphire just so that she could use Absol.
Next I wanted to show her some cool glitches that I was dying to test out. They only worked on gen one games so I begged to borrow hers. She was afraid it would mess up the game though; she had never tried glitches and did not want to loseall the time she put into it and her level 100s: Pikachu, Charizard, Blastoise, Venusaur, and Mewtwo. "Come on, you don't have to save the game. Most glitches are harmless anyway." I said. I showed her the bulbapedia pages and videos on
CreepyPasta- The HackI've always been a fan of the Pokemon games. I remember getting into the cards as a kid, and from there I went to the show, and finally, the games. And even though I got rid of my cards long ago, and I haven't watched the show in years, when the new games come out, I'm always excited to try them out and spend days playing them. And every once in a while, I go back to my old games for a nostalgia trip. Call me childish, but something about those old games keeps calling me back for more, no matter how many times I play through them.CreepyPasta- The Hack4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The problem is that my Pokemon blue version can't save anymore. Whether it's a dead internal battery or just a worn out cartridge after literal weeks of solid playtime, the game just couldn't take it anymore and gave out. My red version still works, but for some reason I always preferred blue. Maybe it's because of the color scheme, or because I got Blue version first, but I always liked Blue version better. I never had yellow, so playing that was out of the
Pokemon Ice Blue - Part 2"Do you like my art?"Pokemon Ice Blue - Part 23 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The music slowly faded to complete silence.
"It's been forever since I last had a visitor."
One more step...
"So I want your opinion."
The sounds and jingles seemed loud and heavy withtout background music.
Who was that? I wanted to know, so I kept going foward...
"Aren't my sculptures the finest pieces of art you've ever seen?"
"Aren't they the most lively and realistic sculptures
you've rever seen with your own eyes?"
Lively? What a strange choice of word.
"Of course they are...."
"And I have a question for you."
All this text showing up for each and every step I took made the game seem unsettlingly heavy, yet I was curious and wouldn't turn back.
"Would you like to JOIN my collection?"
My heart skipped a beat. All those ice statues were supposed to be dead beings trapped in a frozen shell? What kind of game producer would put that in a children's game? I grabbed the game box and looked everywhere. I couldn't find any ESRB rating, which further increased my susp
Pokemon Ice Blue - part 1"Oh, another creepy bootleg pokemon game story. How original."Pokemon Ice Blue - part 13 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I know that's what you're thinking right now.
You're not totally wrong, but not totally right either.
This story happened in 2004, when the Fire Red and Leaf Green versions came out. As soon as school was over for the day, I headed out to the local GameStop before going back home, trying to make up my mind about which version I should buy.
I peered over the counter at the GBA games, there were so many copies of the new generation... After a few minutes, I chose Pokemon Leaf Green. I paid and decided to stay a bit longer to have a look at the recent games.
I noticed a shiny blue box labelled "Pokemon Ice Blue Version" in a pile of older or less popular games below the display shelf.
"What's that game?" I asked the shop's employee.
"That?" He asked, pointing at it to confirm.
"Oh, we got it by mistake." He answered in an uninterested tone.
"What do you mean?"
"It was in the package of Red and Green games we ordered. If
A Hardened Heart Hardened Heart... A Creepy PastaA Hardened Heart3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Nuzlocke Run. I'd heard about it over Deviantart, and it seemed to be a fun new way of playing my old Pokemon games that I hadn't tried before. It was supposed to make the game more challenging and get the player more attached to their Pokemon I decided I had to do it for myself. Nostalgic, I dug out my old Gold version from the closet, (since I'd never even consider the notion of erasing my beloved Crystal version.) The old cartridge was cold in my hands, but I felt warm inside as I grabbed my old Gameboy Color and some fresh batteries.
I didn't bother to look at the previous game saved into the console for fear of heartbreak. I didn't know if I could delete my beloved Pokemon if I were to see them one last time Instead, I simply gritted my teeth and jabbed the delete button on my old game without a second glance.
I created a new character and named him Jeremy, after a story character I'd made up. T
Corrupted Gold "Corrupted Gold"Corrupted Gold2 years ago in Horror More Like This
It started like any other day. Mourning routine, school, and then my free time where I would play on my Nintendo DS since I was a fairly lonesome child without many friends.
Lonesome was an understatement I had no friends.
This turned me into a person that lived in the fantasy of my books, games and mind. My favorite escape was Pokémon. The little sprites would make me smile every time they uttered their crys. This child hood obsession left me on that day.
- - -
It was the end of the school day and the bullies had done a number on my mind and self-esteem and I started to make my long trek home since there
CacturneSo, you think you know about Pokémon?Cacturne1 year ago in Horror More Like This
Do you think it's a world where people and Pokémon live together and no harm is caused between either?
You thought wrong, you thought very wrong.
A new Pokémon trainer was travelling through the Hoenn region, he didn't catch too many Pokémon and only caught ones he knew he would bond with. So far he had a Marshtomp, a Linoone and a Swellow. He loved his Pokémon and treated them as his family. It was all good fun for the trainer, at least, until he met Cacturne. The trainer had always found something shifty about that Pokémon, its beady eyes piercing into your soul like a sharp knife through soft butter. Its stature always made it look like a bandit from a Western movie, it looked like it could sneak up on you at any time and rob you blind, or shoot you with its Pin Missile attack.
The first time the trainer saw a Cacturne up close was when they got their new goggles that allowed them to travel through the desert by route 111 without getting blind f
Creepypasta - An old friendI, as an avid Pokemon player, knew just about every secret in the first Generation games like Red, Blue, Yellow, you all know those.Creepypasta - An old friend3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Those were the days when I spent all summer training my Pokemon, watching the little Pikachu follow me around and talking to it. Sometimes I'd laugh when it shouted 'Pika!' at me other times I'd feel a little bad because it was angry at me for losing to a gym leader. Then I'd treat it to some lemonade and some vitamins then Pikachu would look content and I'd feel better again.
I enjoy all of the pokemon games, they were fun no doubt, even when the newer versions were released. Versions like Black and White, Heartgold and SoulSilver, and the Diamond and Pearl trilogy. I played them, and the hours piled up, by the time I turned 15 I could recite each and every pokemon in order (including the newer ones). I am such a nerd, aren't I? That's fine though, Pokemon was, IS my childhood and that's what I'm sticking to. Oh, the hours I spent huddled over my Gameboy