Consequences"Hell Yeah!" I shouted out loud as my level 56 Haunter destroyed another trainer. "Man he's on a serious roll today" but seeing as I was about to fight the Elite 4 (again) I thought I should have trained my Pokemon a bit more starting with my Haunter. As expected he began to destroy every wild Pokemon in his path with NIGHTMARE, after I was satisfied with all of my Pokemon's levels I decided to do have one more battle with my Haunter. After running around in the grass for what felt like an eternity I found a... thing.Consequences5 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
And that was the worst choice of my life.
I ran into what looked dark square that emited a sound that sounded more like screaming that an actual cry.
It's level and name were just an indescribable jumble of numbers and text, and thinking it was just a Missingno. glitch I decided to try and defeat it.
"Haunter used hypnosis" the text scrolled along.
"... did Nothing"
"Do you really want to attack it?" the text asked.
"Wha- OF COURSE I DO! What kind of dumb question it that
Ignorance is bliss.Ignorance is bliss.5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ignorance is bliss.
"All right. We haven't had much trouble so far. Let's continue on!"
A young female Cyndaquil smiled at her Riolu partner as the two adventurers steadily made their way through Mt. Avalanche, their footsteps making crunching sounds as they passed though the snow.
"Actually, I'm starting to get pretty hungry, Miku."
The Riolu frowned as he rubbed his paw over his belly and gave a soft whimper.
In response, Miku grabbed her bag and opened it, still walking forward.
"That's okay, Apollo. I'll just grab something for you real quick."
As she looked for something to eat, however, she did not pay any attention to where she walked. Before she knew it, something clicked underneath her feet.
"Oh no! Miku, watch out!"
Miku immediately stopped and looked around upon hearing her partner's voice.
It turned out that she had walked straight into a warp trap.
In another part of the dungeon, Miku landed face-first into the snow.
She let out a grunt of ann
.:.The Cursed Ones.:. The Cursed Ones.:.The Cursed Ones.:.5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Crystal, a young and feisty girl, couldn't wait to get started on her pokémon journey. She skipped to the lab of Professor Elm, and he was waiting for her happily. Three pokéballs were laid out before her, just like in all the stories she'd heard. But something shining caught her attention, an oddly colored ball in the corner. When asked what it was, the Professor's expression turned grim. He explained that it was a Friend Ball, and inside was a Kanto pokémon that had been sent to him by Professor Oak. Crystal became instantly excited and asked if she could have that pokémon, instead of the usual three. The Profess
Whited outI awoke in my room like any other normal day, changed into my clothes like any other normal day, and checked my computer for e-mails like any other normal day. There was no sense of forboding before it happened, no warning feeling like the instincts of an animal, just a typical morning. I stumbled down the stairs and found my mother sitting at the table. She was oddly still. I mean REALLY still, she didn't breathe or blink or talk until I tugged on her dress. A noise rang in my ears. I recignized the voice of my mother echoing against the kitchen walls. Her mouth didn't move. Stillness. The echo was loud and hurt my ears, so I curled over on the ground in an effort to drown the sound out. I then began panicing at the moment the echo stopped. I paid no attention to what the echo spoke, nor did I care. At first I was cautious, prodding her lightly. But she kept still and quiet, the same strange grin stretched across her face. I grew hysterical and tugged at her blouse, breaking down in tWhited out5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Stay Out of the Tall GrassStay Out of the Tall Grass4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Damn it all" I mutter under my breath. "I knew I should have brought my Abra"
I slowed my pace, constantly checking my sides. Grass to my left, and grass to my right. Once more I cursed the darkness. I look behind me, my majestic Mightyena I had been training for years look formidable and fearless.
"Toran" I said lowly "How you holding up back there?"
The fearless Pokemon looked up at me and let out a confirming growl.
"Of course" I thought. "When is he ever scared"
I stopped dead in my tracks. Facing the grass to my right. Toran approached my side, crouching low, the fur on his back furled and he barred his fangs. The tall grass rustled slightly and stopped. The wind howled in my ear and I chuckled.
"Its just the wind." but as I finished my sentence Toran growled lower and arced his back even more. "Something wrong?"
As I spoke he bolted, dashing head on into the grass. Calling out to him, I followed. I could see the slight path his slender body made but no clear visage of Tor
Forgotten ALICEI've always loved Pokemon. All the games...and I've collected Pokemon cards ever since I was a little girl. My favorite game, out of all of them, was the special Pikachu, Yellow version.Forgotten ALICE5 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
My aunt gave me a Gameboy Advance for my birthday, when I was about 5. With the gameboy, I got 3 games handed down to me from my cousins: Harvest Moon, Tony Hawk, and a Pokemon Yellow version.
First I played Harvest Moon, practically the whole time my relatives came to visit. I loved it, I played it for hours. Finally, I beat the game and I was bored.
I popped the Pokemon Yellow into the cartridge without a thought. The game started up with Professor Oak giving his speech about Pokemon. I named myself ADA and went on. The game progressed completely normally. No glitches, no hacks. Finally, I got the Pikachu you run into when you walk into the grass. When it asked me to name Pikachu, I immediately called the Pikachu ALICE. I've always loved that name.
ALICE and me were always together. Never once did I