Pokemon White...... I couldn't wait to get Pokemon White for christmas. My mom said she would get it for me, and I was glad. My other friends had it, and one, Kylie, told me there was a glitch. She didn't specify, but said not to get too into the game if the glitch had happened. It happened on used games usually.
Christmas came, and my mom gave me a used game. I popped it in, and clicked the icon. There already was a file, completed and all. But 6 pokemon. ONLY 6 pokemon. And the guy was named 666. The pokemon were Zekrom, Kyrum, Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, and Emboar.
The pokemon had weird names. Zekrom was named Linder, Kyrum was Ireeze, Cobalion was Fiteel, Terrakion was Fock (Wooow), Virizion was Gright, and Emboar was Fime.
I thought about it for a bit. Linder... I heard that last name. Linder had shoplifted almost 666 times, but was caught in he act. In jail, he decided to work
Sincerely- a creepypastaI opened my GBS and put my FireRed game in.I never played the original games, and I didn't really like the new games much. I skipped through the intro and went to the continue screen (or at least that's what I call it) and looked at my info. I had all the Gym badges and I was the champion. My time showed that I'd played the game for 208 hours total, and I had almost all the pokemon. I was proud of myself, even though I knew rotting my brain on a video game in which you fight cute little monsters for 208 hours when I could have been doing something useful wasn't much of an achievement.Sincerely- a creepypasta3 years ago in Horror More Like This
I pressed continue, and my sprite showed up in The buildings of celadon city. I opened up the menu and flew on my charzard to cinnabar Island. I quickly healed my pokemon and headed into pokemon mansion, armed with multiple repels, so I wouldn't have to worry about wild pokemon. I looked at a few of the journals scattered around the mansion, almost being able to quote them word for word.
PKMNCreepyPasta: NuzlockeRULESPKMNCreepyPasta: Nuzlocke4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Any Pokémon that faints is considered dead, and must be released.
The player may only catch the first Pokémon encountered in each area, and none else. If the first Pokémon encountered faints or flees, there are no second chances.
All caught Pokémon must be nicknamed.
I read these rules out loud, letting them sink into my memory in case I forgot them. I had never taken part in a Nuzlocke challenge before and had only just discovered what it was. The definition I had found online had explained it to be 'A set of rules ment for making the game harder and more of a challenge for the player'. I had already played though my Diamond game a good three times now and had gotten bored. From what I had heard, it sounded like a Nuzlocke sounded like a fun way to play threw my game a fourth time. After thinking it over for a while, I eagerly slotted in my game and started it up.
I selected 'New Game' and Professor Rowan appeared on the screen, gi
Weird Glitches in my Pokemon games-CreepypastaHere is a random collection of all the weird glitches in my pokemon games over the years:Weird Glitches in my Pokemon games-Creepypasta3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
- Two pachirisu's that I put in the day care (in pokemon pearl) had an unusual "relation ship" message. Like you know whenever you talk to the daycare man and he tells you how your pokemon feel about each other? And how he either says "They Prefer to play with other pokemon than each other", "They seem to get along" or "They seem to get along very well!"? Well I had this message: "They prefer to play with each other than other pokemon". Whenever I was little I read very slowly so I could make sure that I was reading everything right.And every time I went to the Day care man too see their relationship he said "They prefer to play with each other than other pokemon". I didn't realize that this wasn't supposed to happen until a year ago. I got a little creeped out whenever I read this so I want to get the game so I could release the pokemon I was able to find the game, no problem. But whenever I trie
Pokemon ZKhanI always read about people finding games or some weird glitch happening that mentally or physically scared some random kid for life. But I always thought that they were just stories. That they were all just made up. Little did I know that I would be writing one of my own some day.Pokemon ZKhan4 years ago in Emotional More Like This
I guess I should start from the very beginning shall I.
I guess this all really started two years ago when I first met him. We didn't really speak much until we both had a mutual friend. But the way I acted was like I'd known him for years. I don't know if it was just him being manipulative or if it was just something about him but I would have done anything for him. And I guess I kind of did.
It was getting towards the end of our high school years and he was getting really behind on his coursework, I couldn't just sit there and watch one of my best mates fail because we had a incompetent teacher. So I did what any good friend would do. I stayed behind for 2-3 hours every day, I stayed back 2-3 hours on top o
Queen Bee "Darn it, another Wurmple! Not again!" I let out a groan as the red caterpillar appeared on my screen. Once my Roserade was sent into the field, I selected the RUN option and fled from the battle. I sighed in disappointment and slathered more honey onto the tree. Grumbling to myself, I went to my party and had Staraptor use Fly from Floaroma Town over to Oreburgh City.Queen Bee4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Hopefully this tree will have a better Pokemon I thought to myself as I headed north to the Cycling Road. I had already been to five other trees, and I had encountered two Wurmple, a Silcoon, a Munchlax, and a male Combee. I was ecstatic when I saw the Combee go across my screen, but that quickly faded as I saw it was a male. I pushed those thoughts into the back of my mind as I approached the next tree. It wasn't shaking hard, but I still pressed A, figuring that I didn't have anything to lose. The battle scene s
Horus - Pokemon CreepypastaSighing as I double-clicked the icon for the Visual Boy Advance emulator. I watched the small window with the black, empty screen come up, and I selected Open from the drop-down menu. I decided to try out a new ROM I found, if I recall, it was named "Pokemon Desolation". It had piqued my interest, seeing as I loved creepypasta ROMs, so I booted it up. The intro played, and I pressed Enter at the screen for Pokemon LeafGreen. It gave me the New Game option, so I selected it. The usual introductory spiel played, and then Professor Oak appeared. He did what he usually did, told me that I was in the world of Pokemon, blah, blah, blah. Whenever I finished entering my name, however, the screen faded to black. I arched an eyebrow. I should've seen this coming, it was a creepypasta ROM, after all. A text box appeared on the bottom of the screen, saying, "You Why are you here? You're not meant to exist. You came here to kill us all."Horus - Pokemon Creepypasta3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
What I saw next looked routine. It was a zoomed-out view
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
Don't go out after NineDon't go out after Nine.Don't go out after Nine4 years ago in Drama More Like This
I had finally reached Lacunosa town in my pokemon black game, and there was only 1 thing I wanted to do in that town and 1 thing only. And that was be outside after Nine.
I only had 3 pokemon with me at the time, A victini named Fray, a Zoroark named Venos, and my grass starter Machieveli. I had put all my others away in the box for the moment.
I walked over to the pokemon center. To heal my team. I then decided since I had some time before nine I would go and level up my team some more. I walked over to the great chasm to see if I could get a glimpse of Kyurem before 9:00. And of course he wasn't there. So I decided to level up my pokemon in a nearby patch of grass. Big mistake. The pokemon looked like freaking ZOMBIES. Some had an eye hanging out of there sockets, some had fur missing and was splattered with blood, some had theyre body parts torn apart, theyre were even some with all three qualities. It eventually got around to being near nine so I quickly ra
Pokemon: Lavender Lock-On Ed.As one of the Lavender natives, I always get strange looks at school. I go to school in Celadon, and they all think I'm some kind of psychotic freak. But in actuality, I'm a normal kid just like them. In fact, the Youngster sprite from my Pokemon Sapphire game looks just like me; except I don't wear those goofy shorts and I detest yellow. But the game is correct on one plane: we're both under ten. I just turned eight last month. Despite the fact that Pokemon is for kids ten and up, more like at least thirteen, I am an avid fan of the manga, cards, T.V. show and books. I even have my own Pokemon, a Snubbull that I left unnamed.Pokemon: Lavender Lock-On Ed.4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Lavender gets a lot of visitors, whether they just want to bury their Pokemon or just see the town of nutjobs and verging suicides. That's why I wasn't surprised when I saw a group of people, if you can call it a group, ask me to take them to Pokemon Tower. I walked them to it and they asked me to escort them to the top floor, as the stairs confused them into get
LoserI was whimpering like a scared puppy. The only safe place I had now was a hole in the lake that was well hidden by moss and algae. "You going to come out, Loser?" I could Sharpedo's taunts from all the way in here. Lets start from the beginning. I'm a Magicarp. Yeah, I know your probably laughing. But can you blame me? Sharpedo nearly killed my sister, who's better now but I'm not taking any chances. I took a breath and tried to sound bold. "If I did I'd kill you!" Only it didn't sound all big and scary like I thought it would. It came out all shaky and shivery. I could hear the roars of laughter from Sharpedo outside of my den. "Magi-fart, I guess I don't have to waste my time on you anymore.'' I heard him swim away, and a deep rush of relief ran over me. I swam outside of my warm and safe den as quietly as I could. My breaths were shaking inside of my throat, but I managed. Thats when I saw the food that changed my life. It was a worm, swimming stupidly on top of the water. I smiled.Loser3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Creepypasta - 5CR34MIt all started when I was wandering through a thicket in the Kanto region. What's a thicket? Too many damn trees, that's what a thicket is. Every step brought a branch slamming into my forehead or scraping across my bare legs. It was nearing the end of winter, but the wind was still bitterly cold on my bare skin. "Why doesn't the Ranger Union give us a winter uniform?!" I mumbled angrily, rubbing my goose-bump covered arms... before walking straight into a huge and very solid tree trunk. I groaned as I fell backwards, my vision swirling around and flickering. Hey, where did all those Minun come from...? As my vision focused again I saw my partner Clues looking down at me in worry.Creepypasta - 5CR34M3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Min?" he asked, concern in his eyes. I laughed shakily.
"I'm fine, bud," I replied, ruffling the fur on top of the young Minun's head. Clues cried out in joy and got off my chest, helping (but really only hindering) me to get back up. I sat on my heels for a few minutes, gathering my senses back together aga
ObsessionA lone Farfetch'd lain under a shady oak tree; he only wanted to relax for a moment to escape the summer heat. He laid his leek stalk next to him as he made himself comfortable under the tree. The soft grass mixed with shade started to make him dose off into slumber. It didn't take long for Farfetch'd to be completely asleep.Obsession3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Hours passed by and Farfetch'd slept without a care in the world. A Purrloin though happened to spot the sleeping duck Pokémon and slowly made her way over to him. She was careful and quiet with her footsteps, so that she wouldn't wake the Farfetch'd up. It didn't take her too long to make her way over to him.
Purrloin didn't see anything of real worth but she did see the leek stalk. It was probably the only thing there that was work anything, mainly due to the fact that she could use it as food. After moments of thinking it over, she decided to steal it from the sleeping Farfetch'd. She though didn't want to steal though for the sole purpose of using for foo
The Perfect Crime The Perfect CrimeThe Perfect Crime3 years ago in Scraps More Like This
A lone female pokemon trainer cycled on a dirt road. When she suddenly began to feel dizzy. She pulled to the side of the road and held her head in her palm. After rubbing her eyes for a bit she continued on riding. Her rival had recently told her his egg was going to hatch soon and he wanted her to come and see it. As she continued closer to her destination she just knew she was going to be late. She began to feel more and more dizzy as well. The trainer stopped her bike and got off. She never had vertigo before, so she was naturally very worried. As she stumbled away from her bike, she felt a sharp pain shoot up her arm. The girl grimaced and clenched her chest as as she felt an intense pain in her heart. She doubled over be
Kara's MemoryI remember when I was a little kid, I wanted to dress up as Cubone for Halloween one year. My parents didn't let me, but I really wanted to, because Cubone was (and still is) one of my favorite Pokemon, and my favorite Ground type, tied only with Sandile and its evolutions, and Sandshrew and Sandslash.Kara's Memory4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
One thing that bugged me every time I fought Giovanni in the old games was the fact that he had a Kangaskahn, and that was his only non-ground type. To this day, every time I battle him when I restart LeafGreen I have a Pokemon use Surf first, then remember when it's too late that Surf won't be a very effective move.
It wasn't until just recently that I discovered just why I always forget and think that Kangaskahn is a ground type.
Apparently, it was said in an early interview with one of the game programmers/designers that Kangaskahn was originally supposed to be the evolved form of Marowak. This, for me, closed a lot of holes, like why Giovanni has one, and why it looks similar
Chandelure's MementoChandelure's MementoChandelure's Memento3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I remember Molly fondly. Her lavender locks of hair that curled down her perfect face. Those bright yellow eyes, and that small smile. I remember how much she loved when I was a mere Litwick, even though she could only meet me in secret since her parents never allowed her to be near me. In her fourteen years of life I was her first Pokemon. And her last
It was a warm night. I was a Lampent by that time. Molly had given me a watch, and taught me how to read it. I can't read or remember all the numbers, but I can still remember one special number. Ten. Molly taught me that every time the big stick faced up, and the little stick pointed at the ten, we could meet for what she would call "fifteen minutes".
A few weeks after the night she gave me the watch, she brought me a Dusk Stone. She said that the Dusk Stone was a present for me. I was confused. I didn't know what a present was, for I was never given one before in my afterlife. (I can't remember a
Spatial Distortion I loved Pokemon since I discovered it when I was a child. I never really had the chance to play any of the games back then, but sometimes people at school would bring their versions of red or blue to show everyone else. I even remember when I received my first Pokemon game, the Sapphire version, when I was just ten years old.Spatial Distortion4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Now sixteen years of age and able to go out and buy things with my own money, I was heading toward my town's game store to purchase the sequel to Diamond & Pearl: Pokemon Platinum. There was no guarantee it would be in stock, but I certainly had my hopes up. Shortly after I walked into the store, I saw a wall of DS games in the corner. I quickly walked over to see if Platinum was there or not, but my heart sank when I wasn't able to find a copy. Before I left, however, I figured it would be worth asking an employee if it's even sold here.
"Excuse me," I started, "do you have
Pokemon Creepypasta: RageI think the trouble with my Diamond game began when I bred my Espeon and Umbreon. My Espeon was named Lucius and my Umbreon was named Drusilla, but I don't see how that matters. I hatched my first egg from them, a male, as expected. After all, the gender ratio of Eevee is seven males to one female. I named him Julius, because it sounded cool. All was fine for a while. I leveled up Julius into an awesome Jolteon. I defeated the Elite Four for the eighth time with Julius at the head of my party.Pokemon Creepypasta: Rage4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Then his sister was born.
I named her Nixie, once again, because it sounded cool. She replaced Julius as the first in my party, and I switched her out at the start of every battle so she could gain experience without getting hurt. She got up to level 30 without ever being harmed. I evolved her into a lovely Vaporeon. I finally decided that Nixie could handle a battle on her own, and went to find one of the trainers I had sneaked around. A hiker, perfect. I grinned as he sent out a Geodude. Nixie
Creepy Pasta: Friends?Let me begin by stating I don't believe in magic. It is simply a variation of illusions and the trick of the hand. For I am a girl of science, one that believes almost anything can be explained through logic. Reason I say almost is because something happened...something even I can't figure out. Now before you close this note, and get on with your own life, let me repeat that I only list the facts and the facts go like this...Creepy Pasta: Friends?3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a quiet, sublime morning, which was a near impossible task in my household. Had it not been for the fact, my siblings were off, whether at work or studying at institutes, the home would have been a buzz of chatter and life. Yet the peace did little to stifle my unsettling nerves that creped along the vertebrate of my spine. I took to work automatically, eating a simple meal of cereal with a plastic spoon.
HuskIn a relatively normal suburb in Lilycove City, a young girl, barely seven years old, was having a tea party. Her guests included some much-loved Buneary and Teddiursa dolls, a patched- up stuffed Nidoran kissed nearly threadbare- and the little girl's very best friend, her most favorite doll.Husk4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was an odd little character, charcoal-gray with a tassel-like tail and a zipper for a mouth. It was, to most people, unsettling at the very least, but the little girl loved it as if it were a little sister, baking it mud cakes, pouring it imaginary tea and snuggling with it at night.
But years passed, and the little girl's tea parties became less and less frequent. The doll eventually moved from its customary place on her bed to the shelf, where it collected dust for a long time. Little by little, the corners of the doll's zipper mouth sank into a lonely frown as it watched its best friend grow up without it.
Eventually the girl's family had a yard sale. Into a cardboard box went Buneary and T
No BrainerLola called back her Squirtle back as the man in a black uniform with a huge red "R" on it, she learned that the guy went by the name of Rick. They had both knocked out each other's Pokémon, so it ended in a draw. She only had one more option left as she reached for her last pokéball. Slowly Lola called out her last Pokémon, Psyduck.No Brainer3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Seriously, is that the best you can do?" scoffed the Team Rocket grunt as he laid his eyes upon the Psyduck. It stared back at him dumbly, its head cocked to the side and its hands placed onto its head.
"Yeah," muttered the girl softly under her breath.
"Lame! Man, this is going to end quickly."
Rick unhooked his pokéball from his belt as a smirk came across his face. Quickly he tossed the ball into the air and a red light bursted out from it. A Dodrio cried out as the red light faded away. The bird looked at the Psyduck as it waited for its master to call out the first command.
"Dodrio quick attack, go!"
The three headed bird cawed at
Glowing EyesMy friend shoved the Platinum cartridge over to me. "Are you SURE this was new when you got it?"Glowing Eyes4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Yeah, why? I would never get you a used game for your birthday."
"It's screwed up. I can't keep it. Take it back."
He fidgeted nervously. "So I plugged the cart into my Action Replay "
"They're not going to take it back if I tell them you screwed with it like that."
"Let me finish! I was just trying out harmless stuff, like infinite money and 999 of everything, okay? So I fight this trainer, and after the fight she says, 'That's a lot of Revives in your bag, do you think I can have one?' Well, no one usually comments on your inventory, but I gave her a Revive anyway, I figured why not. Then every NPC seemed to want something from me."
"Did one of them ask for your soul?" I laughed.
"Sorry. Keep going."
"Eventually I ended up saying no to some trainer who wanted a Master Ball. He said 'Are you sure? It'll be easier for him to find you if you keep ru
The ViewpointYou know... It's funny in a way. Me and you, Chitter. We really did save one another from the bottomless, yet deceitfully elegant swirl of chaos. I suppose we never really did find one another. Instead, it was more of a magnetic pull. My Ma' always told me not to wander too far away from Verdanturf, but on one particular day... It just happened. I somehow knew I was supposed to walk away from it, and lo' and behold... You were there, with a nest of other Swablu. With one innocent look, a sweet twitter, and a tilt of your head... I took you away from your mean brothers and sisters... They'd never pick on you again, and you'd make my own problems go away. You seemed so upset... I supposed you had allergies to the flowers that stood all around. I knew you were the very reason I had felt urged to leave town.The Viewpoint4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
You... You were always there. Whether I wanted you there or not... You would always haunt my presence. I knew that fateful day when you found me that something unsettling was
Black Awareness_Pokemon CreepypastaBLACK AWARENESSBlack Awareness_Pokemon Creepypasta3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Recently, I bought from my friend one of the latest Pokèmon games, the Black version.
I was so happy to have it, 'cause I wanted so much that game,
but I hadn't enough money to buy it.
I turned on the DS and after the first animation I went to the menu.
There were, as always, the two options 'continue' and 'new game'.
I selected 'continue', 'cause I was so curious to see which pokèmons my friend left in his gameplay .
"Surely he'd caught all the pokèmons, I know him too well " I thought .
The little sprite of the character appeared.
He was in a house, standing near a bed placed in the down-right corner of the room.
I guessed it was the Player's house.
I was eager to look at the pokèmons my friend left there,
so I pressed the 'Y' button opening the menu, and then I opened the pokèdex.
Surprisingly, It said that my friend hadn't see any pokèmon except one.
"What the hell?! Are you
The Save File has been Deleted...I practically leaped for joy the day my Firered cartridge came in the mail. Charizard was my favorite Pokémon of all time, and I was finally going to get one! I had already beat SoulSilver, but I wasn't able to beat Red yet, and so didn't have a Charmander. And anyways, it was more fun to raise a Pokémon throughout the game than just hand it an Exp. Share and level it up in a few moments.The Save File has been Deleted...3 years ago in Horror More Like This
I decided that it wouldn't hurt to play Firered while I was waiting for Black and White to come out, and I had never owned any of the GBA games, so it would be fun to try one out. I was also itching to play something other than Yoshi's Island on my 'new' GBA that I had found at a thrift store.
I sat there, staring at the cartridge for a moment before finally grabbing my GBA, popping it into the slot. I was a girl, as usual, and named myself Lilly, like I always did. I named my rival Blue, breaking my tradition of naming rivals Kevin, simply because Blue is epic.
Of course, I picked Charmande