CREEPYPASTA HungerA Story about a Trainer and a PichuCREEPYPASTA Hunger3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a wonderfull sunny day in the Pokémon World. Everyone was enjoying the weather. One Trainer called Jack enjoyed the weather aswell so he took a break from Pokémon Capturing
He had a 100 Pokémon and his team was Serperior, Samurott, Flareon, Cubone and Kabutops. He wanted to capture a Pichu but never had a chance to see one
"If only I saw a Pichu..." Jack said to himself.
His Pokémon were eating Pokésnacks he had bought from the store. They enjoyed it very much and kept eating it.
Just then Jack saw it. A Pichu walking by and looking at him. It had a ear that was a bit bigger than the other, a tail that was missing a piece on the end so it went down like a "V", it's black details on it's chest were longer than normal and it's eyes were crystal blue.
It walked over to Jack and was looking at the food his Pokémon were eating.
"Want some?" Jack asks. "Here you go!"
He gives him a plate of Pokésnack and the Pichu
Creepypasta - RedIt's an endless loop.Creepypasta - Red3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
I don't mind it so much, I guess. I've gotten to know the different terrains really well, and I always loved exploring. It's what I always wanted to do, after all, this journey. Maybe I should be thankful that even when it ends, I get to do it over again. When you choose your starter, and release them for the first time, the look of trust and love in their eyes... Well, even jaded as I've become, it's the one thing that never fails to melt my heart. Maybe I'm lucky. Not everyone gets to live out their dream over and over again.
"I love you, mom."
"All boys dream of traveling. It said so on TV."
There are good parts. Meeting new friends for the first time. Raising them to their true potential. It's the first time for them, and their enthusiasm is infectious. And some things, like watching all that hard work pay off when they evolve, never get old. I can be happy. Sometimes I laugh. Sometimes I forget that it's this way.
It broke Green.
He was my best friend, always
Pokemon Abandoned LovePokemon Abandoned Love3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I have been playing Pokémon Mystery Dungeon for a very long time. I really loved the game so much but the thing I loved most
was my Hacked Male Eevee. I wanted to be a Eevee so much in the game but it was only Female. So I used Action Replay to get a
Male Eevee. My partner was another Eevee that I named Eevia and it was a Female. They were my favourite team ever in a PMD
game. When I beated the game I kept on playing it. But a game has to end when it has to end. When there was nothing more to
do in the game I stopped playing it.
I moved on to Pokémon Black and had 2 Eevees in that game aswell. Oh I forgot to mention
that my PMD Male Eevee was named Happy. I had a Eevee named Happy that was a Male and another one named Eevia that was a
I then stopped playing that game for a while since I wanted to try out a old game I had. I then saw my old Pokémon
Mystey Dungeon Explorers Of Time. It was the game I had my Eevees on! I felt like playing it again just to see their
Creepypasta - CursedAn old woman knelt in front of the grave, a bouquet of violets in herCreepypasta - Cursed3 years ago in Horror More Like This
arms. Her body shook with sobs, and there was a small, wet stain on
the floor where her tears had fallen. A carved Ninetales was crouched
on top of the stone in front of her, and an inscription was carved
into it in slanted, elegant letters.
"Here lies Moonshine, the best Pokémon her owner could ever ask for."
The Ninetales's eyes were a pair of blue gemstones, and the tips of
its tails were covered in slightly rusted copper. It was beautifully
detailed, with each little claw carved out, each strand of fur viSible
if one looked hard enough.
Only the best for her little Ninetales.
Oh, what she wouldn't give to see her again.
It was Eve's tenth birthday, and around the table were scattered
presents, their wrapping paper covered with intricate designs,
shimmering bows stuck onto each of them. The little girl squealed
excitedly, almost shaking from anticipation. She couldn't wait!
After snapping several pictur