Daddy Dearest - HoennchampionshippingThinking back on it, it was a curious thing that I met his father before I met him. Now, I couldn't imagine what we would be like if I had never met his father. In fact, maybe I wouldn't have met him at allor maybe he would have been just like every other trainer out there. But because I met his father, he meant something to me.
So, it was fate that I met his father.
I had only been trying to do the right thing; Team Aqua had been wrong in stealing Mr. Briney's Pokémon and the Devon goods, and I was simply in the right place at the right time to stop them. I didn't ask to become Mr. Stone's personal delivery girl, nor did I intend to make the job permanent. I was simply the "reliable" one.
As the "responsible and reliable girl" that I was, Mr. Stone, the president of the Devon Corporation requested that I deliver both the stolen-and-then-retrieved goods and a letter for him. The goods would go to Slateport, where I needed to pass through anyways in order to make it to Mauvil
Steven Stone x Reader: When The Time is RightSteven Stone x Reader: When The Time is Right7 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
You were walking amongst the rocks, boulders and craggy hillside in search of a rock, ground or even steel type of pokemon to prepare for the next gym battle.
“I need something cool, cute, or at least interesting. These geodude are getting annoying” you sighed as you kept climbing.
“Huh?” you looked over to see a little Beldum floating on its own, looking miserable. You felt bad for the poor thing, it looked like it was fairly young, it was a baby.
“Beldum, come here little guy” you cooed as you held out your hand. The Beldum shivered and slowly backed away from you.
“I bet your hungry, I have something for you” you smiled and pulled out a few berries for it. The Beldum seemed interested and floated over to you. It examined the berries before taking one and eating it. The Beldum chimed with joy and nuzzled you with its steel head.
“Oh I see now, you’re a shiny Beldum” you awed at the unique coloration of the little steel
Steven x Reader: GemstoneI stood in front of the jewellery store as I stared at the displayed necklaces. They were mesmerizing, especially the one on the middle. The necklace itself was golden in color, and the pendant was a simple aquamarine gemstone, shimmering beautifully as the rays of light hit it. I wasn't able to stop staring at it—it was just... beautiful.Steven x Reader: Gemstone7 months ago in Romance More Like This
"Do you like that necklace?" A voice crept on my right ear, making me jump. I quickly glanced to my back to see light blue haired male, and the same colored eyes.
"Steven," I exhaled as I held my thumping heart, "You... shocked me."
"Ah, sorry about that. I was just wandering around as I suddenly saw you sparkling whilst staring at that necklace." He nodded upwards as he stared at the aquamarine necklace, "Do you want that?"
"Eh," I continued staring at the displayed necklace, "... Not really... It's just pretty, that's all."
Steven rose one of his eyebrows as he cast his eyes on me, and so did I. Our eyes met for a moment before I quickly look
Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Steven/MayIf you had a chance to do everything over, would you?Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Steven/May3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
I gave up, against the advice of everyone I had ever met. They just didn't understand that there was no reason for me to care anymore. Why bother? No one else seemed to care, so why should I? It was easiersimplerfor me to just quit and go on living my life like none of this ever happened. Like Wally never happened.
My mom and dad told me it was normal to feel angry and confused, but I shouldn't have cut everyone off like I did. They didn't have a clue. I wasn't angry with them, and I certainly wasn't confused. I knew why it happened. And it hadn't been anyone's fault but my own that Wally had died. The only person I was angry with was myself.
He wouldn't have died if it hadn't been for me. They told me that he'd been healthierhappier¬because of me, but I didn't believe it. I could see it in their eyes at the funeral when they looked at me. If I
Fragments - Steven Stone X ReaderFragments - Steven Stone X Reader8 months ago in Romance More Like This
"These ones are absolutely beautiful, _____! The way they've been eroded over the years and have obtained this form is simply amazing, don't you think?"
You sighed a little, turning to look at the owner of the voice.
"Uh-huh. They’re pretty, Steven," you murmured softly, glancing at the stone in your boyfriend’s hands quickly, before meeting his gaze.
You and Steven had been dating for almost two years. You'd met when he had been travelling around Johto, and had travelled together for a brief time while you had been out on your Pokemon journey. Those few short weeks you were together was all it took for the young man to steal your heart.
You promised you would meet each other again someday, and so, when you had managed to save up enough, you took the first boat you could over to Hoenn. After all, rumour was that the old Champion had returned.
The look on his face when you had climbed those steps to the Champion’s room in Ever Grande City was priceless - you'd decided
P.S: I Love You (May x Steven)P.S: I Love You (May x Steven)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
May/Sapphire x Steven (HoennChampionshipping)
It was raining.
May sat curled up by the window, watching the storm as rain pelted the windows and thunder rolled. Lightning flashed, briefly lighting up the dark before fading into black once again.
Rolling her head, May looked across her apartment and let her dead eyes rest on a small picture sitting on a desk. It was a picture of her and Steven about a year back. Steven stood behind her, his arms wrapped around her waist and they were both smiling.
May had forgotten how to smile, ever since that day two months ago.
The world began to fade as the memories came.
May stood inside her kitchen at the sink, washing the dishes and humming a merry tune. It was a beautiful spring afternoon and the birds were singing and the sun was out.
Her husband of almost three years, Steven Stone, was scheduled to return from an expediti
Across the Sun - Chapter Twenty-TwoChapter Twenty-Two – Towards the SunAcross the Sun - Chapter Twenty-Two2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“May, are you ready to go?”
I poked my head into her hospital room, glancing around the room for her. The sheets had been pulled up on the bed, and she was instead sitting in one of the chairs facing out the window. She didn’t turn around when I walked into the room, and when I sat down in the chair next to her, she didn’t tear her eyes away from the window either.
“It was safe here,” she muttered quietly, probably more for herself to hear than for me. I reached out and held her hand, squeezing her fingers, and she finally looked at me. Her face was fuller now, her skin peachy once again. When we first came, her eyes lost much of their fire, but I was starting to see it again.
Now, though, she seemed a little sad, even when she smiled at me. I couldn’t blame her, really. Things had been chaotic once everyone found out that May was alive and back on the map. When the police got word that two men
Hope Springs Eternal - Steven/May"Are you sure you don't want anything, Miss? A shot of our hardest liquor, perhaps?"Hope Springs Eternal - Steven/May3 years ago in Romance More Like This
I laughed, my head propped up only by my hand. I knew it was rude to have your elbow on the table, especially at a classy little restaurant like this, but I was exasperated. The waiter was even offering hard liquor to me. At this classy restaurant. I had pretty much surpassed the point where anyone cared what I did now.
Pity. That was what it was. Damn pity.
"He's coming," I said for what felt like the fiftieth time tonight. It probably had been that many, maybe a few more. I assured my waiter of this every time he walked over, every time he tried to offer me food or drink. He's coming, I would say, but we both knew that he wasn't. If he was coming, he would have shown up two-and-a-half hours ago, as scheduled.
The waiter frowned at me, but he didn't say anything else before turning around and walking over to another table where an older couple sat. I eyed them covetously, watching as the man ge
EternityHoennchampionshippingEternity2 months ago in Romance More Like This
Crowds bustled relentlessly throughout the city. From murmurs of Lisia’s latest contest victory, to chatter about the sunny weather, to gossip about the silver-haired man in a suit running through the market, the Slateport townsfolk seemed to have all the bases of noteworthy conversation covered.
Steven hustled through the crowds, apologizing as he accidentally elbowed a person or two. Dress shirt sticking to his body from sweat, he was short on breath, but he didn’t stop running.
Through parted lips, chapping with each labored breath, he smiled as the lighthouse was within his sight.
His heart was pounding rapidly from running, but it didn’t compare to the knots forming in his chest and down to his stomach when he saw her sitting beneath the lighthouse.
Everything seemed gray except for her. Only she could illuminate a dull world with her tranquil radiance. She sat on a bench, staring intently at the ocean in front of her. The early summer
Kiss In a Cloud Strewn SkyKiss In a Cloud Strewn SkyKiss In a Cloud Strewn Sky5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Note: I took a stab in the dark for creativity's sake and decided to make Steven 17.
"Wow!" May couldn't help but poke her head out the window, taking in a breathtaking view of the ocean west of Pacifidlog town. In fact, she could actually see the buildings floating on logs. The only way to describe her position in the Sky Pillar was "This view is incredible!"
It barely felt like she had taken any time ascending the enormous tower, as though she had taken a five minute hike up a flight of cloud stairs to reach the level she now resided on; but in truth, it had taken over an hour. The reason, probably, that she felt so free time-wise is because of the lack of Pokémon in the tower; she was seldom attacked, and only by Golbats that she had disturbed.
It struck her as curious that there were so few Pokémon in the tower. She had heard from the villagers of Pacifidlog that terrifyingly powerful
Cherish the Simple ThingsHoennchampionCherish the Simple Things7 months ago in Romance More Like This
Coffee. That sounded better than anything to him at the moment. That, and changing into a more comfortable pair of clothes.
Though Hoenn was certainly not known for the coldest of winters, those native to the Hoenn shores were not used to even the slightest of snowfall.
Steven was one of those people.
He had been in Fallarbor, along with the Devon Chairman of Fossil Research and the Rustboro gym leader for a fieldwork project that Mr. Stone had funded.
If there was a chance that rare stones would be involved in the excavation, Steven needed no persuading to join the research team. However, he didn’t anticipate there would be snow in Fallarbor. Needless to say, he couldn’t wait to get back to his warm, albeit plain house.
His fingers fumbled with his keys; the cold was making his extremities slightly numb. He felt the rush of warm air radiate from inside as he pushed the front door open.
And that was when he was nearly blinded with a mass of colorful ligh
Fifty ObliviashippingFifty Obliviashipping5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The second she saw him playing on the swing set with a lopsided grin, the time her heart raced with a fast beat.
Natsuya laughed as her cheeks puffed out in annoyance, he commented on how she looked; she fainted.
They sat in silence, enjoying each others company; that was until Pichu played a romantic tune on his tiny ukulele.
They were a duo since the very beginning of his journey, they wouldn't have it any other way.
Minami knew that he would ignore the fact he was sick, who kept saying he was fine; she dragged him to his bedroom as she cared for him.
Minami looked down to see if she could find his body, the one who had just saved her Redeye's attack.
Natsuya wasn't the one much for romance; finding Minami a special gift was harder than he thought.
Everytime she gave a smile at him, Natsuya could feel his face heat up each time.
They stared into deep memorizing brown, not noticing their
10 Theme Challenge- SequelShipping10 Theme Challenge- SequelShipping3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
1. Holding Hands~
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"What are you waiting for? Let's go get your pokemon!" Hugh exclaimed, looking at Rosa with a slightly annoyed expression. The brunette nodded happily and started to walk towards the lookout with her childhood friend beside her, who didn't miss a single step that she took.
'I wonder if mum has gone to work yet...She did leave me a note on the bench, after all.' Rosa wondered as she approached the sliding glass doors of the pokemon centre, only to be stopped by Hugh grabbing her hand.
"I was just in there, there's no need for you to go into a Pokemon Centre anyway." He stated, pulling the excited brunette away from the door. Rosa pouted.
"Meanie." She stated as the pair, once again, started to walk towards the lookout. As they approached the stairs to the lookout, Rosa looked down and blushed heavily.
"U-Uhmm, Hugh?" The brunette started, looking down at their hands.
"What?" The bluenette asked in an annoyed tone. Rosa's fa
Twihate- A Hateful Twilight listReasons to hate twilight-Twihate- A Hateful Twilight list3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
1. Bella has no personality. No tripping over your shoelaces, the garden fence, your truck, your hair (WTF?!) and your toothbrush don't contribute to personality.
2. There's zilch description about Bella
3. Bella is the perfect little unique snowflake that's different from everyone, thinks she's plain ( though every other boy is in love with her by the 2nd chapter) and therefore is super modest.
4. There's a town full of guys madly after her and she chooses between the two unnatural, fantasy creatures who go sprinting through the jungle , sparkling their asses off. If that ain't disturbing
5. Bella is portrayed as super clumsy. This shows also that she's super dependent on Eddikins and Jacobie
6. Vampires sparkle in the sun. NO, they should go boom!
7. Bella falls in love with Edward solely based on his appearance. WTF?!
8. Edward is 100 years old and he falls in love with a 17 year old and apparently, that's okay.
9. Edward is shockingly immature f
A Special Stone (Steven Stone X Reader)A Special Stone (Steven Stone X Reader)7 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
(Name) sat on the cliff facing the sea and the night sky filled with stars, her legs dangling over the edge of the cliff. She sighed calmly as a gentle breeze blew around her, making her (h/l) hair dance through the wind. The scenery from the cliff was extraordinarily beautiful, and the night sky would definitely be more beautiful when the people of Mosdeep City started setting the fireworks off for the festival's grand finale. It would be even more wonderful to watch since she would be watching them along with her amazing boyfriend, Steven.
"Enjoying yourself, (Name)?" The sound of Steven's voice got her undivided attention as a smile formed upon her face.
"Yeah, I am," (Name) said enthusiastically. "The Mosdeep festival was amazing."
Steven smiled softly and sat down next to her. "Just wait until you see the firework show in a few minutes. Then you'll know what amazing really is." Steven handed a (favorite flavor) ice cream cone to her while he was eating his own. "I got this for you
Metronome || Water Pulse [Siebold x Reader]Metronome || Water Pulse [Siebold x Reader]1 year ago in Romance More Like This
*Soul mate AU where your soul mate's name forms on your wrist when you turn 16*
*Potential spoilers to the The 1st Mega Evolution Special! (you should watch it! I plan to write a drabble for the main protagonist, Alain!)
You stared out the window from your bedroom, absentmindedly stroking your wrist. Your mind often wandered to the name tattooed on your (dominant hand) wrist. Siebold, was the name. You were twenty-one now, and you were beginning to have doubts if you ever would meet your soul mate. Your mother had assured you that you would, since she had the same problem, being unable to meet her significant other until her late twenties.
This upset you. The thing was- you wanted to meet your soul mate early on in life. You had already adventured around Kalos for a few years after you turned sixteen to search for Siebold. Now all you wanted to do was settle down in a nice house with someone.
Rightfully Yours - Chapter TwentyChapter Twenty EpilogueRightfully Yours - Chapter Twenty3 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was amazing how fast five years could go by. One day, I was arriving in Viridian City with no idea what I wanted to do with my life other than get married, and the next, I was sitting on stage holding my diploma in my hands and waiting to give a speech at my graduation from the Pokémon Academy. It was as if I had blinked at the years blurred right by without any warning. And it was amazing how much I would miss this place after everything.
The remaining years of the Pokémon Professor Training Program went by without any more issues. I received another internship the following year after my internship with Professor Oak, this time with a woman named Professor Ivy. The year after, I graduated from the training program and received my license; of course, I still had a little bit of schooling left, but here I wasfinally done.
Oh, and Hilbert? He was here today for my graduation, but he had returned to Unova to work with Professor Jun
Emerald Dreams CHAKAOUUUWW!Emerald Dreams4 years ago in Romance More Like This
White snapped up. Her heart boomed against her chest, shocking her awake. She gazed outside the window. It was raining, thunders crackling on the gloomy sky. A short sighed escaped her lips. Her eyes glanced at her clock 2.06 in the morning. It was still too early to wake up. Grunting sourly, White lay her body back in bed, hoping that the thunder wouldn't disturb her elegant dreamland.
Her eyes were almost seized shut, until a shaken whimper filled her eardrums. Scared as hell, she quickly flicked the light switch, almost commanding her Banette to wake up and attack the shadowed intruder.
She led out a huge gasp of relief as she saw who it was.
"N, what are you doing here?"
N twiddled his fingers, his head faced down. He didn't know why he was standing in White's room in the first place. His emerald eyes danced on her red carpet, trying to think
Moving ForwardHoennchampionshippingMoving Forward7 months ago in Drama More Like This
“Are you all right?” Concern filled the Champion’s voice as he tried his best to look at the young lady sitting behind him.
“This is freaking awesome!” The energetic young woman threw both arms in the air, feeling the rush of wind all over. The cold gust hitting her skin was almost as exhilarating as riding on the back of a legendary, sacred Pokémon.
“May, we’re making a turn. You need to hold on or else you’ll fall.”
“Stop worrying! I’ll be o-- oh shit! Clearly underestimating the rush of flying, May hardly lasted three seconds before losing her balance. She didn’t have a moment to think before grabbing onto the nearest possible thing, which was unfortunately, Steven.
He didn’t know whether to say “told you so” or to laugh. May didn’t say anything, but she kept her arms around him in fear of actually falling. Steven looked ahe
New ExperiencesNew Experiences3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"I've beaten Team Galactic and won the title of Sinnoh Champion, but what do I do now?" I asked. I was eating breakfast with my two friends, Barry and Lucas, at the Pokemon Center after staying overnight. However, I was the only one not eating breakfast, my eyes bored holes into my Pokemon Charms cereal and I ignored the pleas of my stomach. By now my cereal was probably soggy anyways. Barry frowned at this.
"Please eat, Dawn." I glanced up from my cereal to look into his citrine eyes; I could see my pitiful look in the reflection. How could I not be? My journey that seemed so long nearly a year ago was finally over, and I'm not even twenty yet! Lucas must be upset too, he'll be back in the lab again doing nothing. Barry let loose a heavy sigh and put a free hand into his pocket.
"I wasn't going to tell you and Lucas this till we got back to Twinleaf Town, but if this'll cheer you both up " He paused. Lucas and I leaned in to get a glimpse of what was in his pocket. Then he pulled
Home - LyraxSteven StoneWhen he offered me a place to stay, I never expected to turn his house into my home. But somehow, it felt that right to me. Like I could stay there forever, like it was my own home, like I wanted to stay. It was so comfortable to me, despite its empty walls and simple layout. It didn't need more than that.Home - LyraxSteven Stone4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I traveled to Hoenn on a whim, up and leaving all of my friends and family behind in Johto. They wished me all the best, hoping I would have a good time in Hoenn, but I wasn't going for vacation. I was going to collect all of their Gym Badges. But I had planned this too late, never booking a reservation for a hotel to stay in when I got there.
It had to be fate, then, that I ran into Steven Stone. The same man who had given me my Torchicwho had now evolved into a handsome Blazikenand helped me find Latios. That had been a few years ago, though, and I doubted he even remembered me. I had left behind my childhood in Johto, and I was now a woman, not a girl.
But he recognize
Red x Reader [Hugs and Kisses...From Charizard?] Red truly loved you. He loved you because you were the only one who would care to stay atop Mt.Silver with him. He loved you because you cared for everyone, and all the Pokémon, yours or not. He loved you because you were sweeter than Rare Candy and that you were so gentle and caring. Red loved you.Red x Reader [Hugs and Kisses...From Charizard?]1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Today you'd come to visit the Champion again, and you were cuddled up against Red and Charizard with a nice, warm fire crackling. Outside, it snowed heavily.
Red was silent, watching you talk to Charizard and tell him about the Pokémon you had that were spending time in the Daycare. Even though the Fire-type was a blazing brute on the outside, he was a super soft cookie on the inside. He loved seeing the little baby Pokémon you were raising when he came down with Red to visit you. He was always so gentle and kind to them. You promised Charizard he'd get to see them soon.
The large Pokémon's
Phasmatic - Chapter OneChapter OnePhasmatic - Chapter One5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Death wasn't what I had expected.
In fact, death felt the same as life. Just quieter. More peaceful. Lonelier. But I walked on the same plane as those still living, with no Heaven or Hell to go to. Was I supposed to be here, walking with the living? Then again, I had been one of them only a day ago, alive and well, young and thriving. I was only eighteen.
When I woke upor, perhaps, when my soul woke upafter dying, everything seemed the same. I could smell and breathe. I could feel the wind moving through my hair, a gust knotting it up. I could see and think, and I felt rational. The only hint I had that I was dead was that I had risen up out of my wet, salt-covered body, dragged from the sea.
It wasn't the fact that I had risen out of my body that freaked me out, nor was it the fact that I was dead at all. As I reached out to touch the shoulder of the man that had pulled me out of the sea, to tell him that I was all rightthat I was right herem
Phasmatic - Chapter TwentyChapter TwentyPhasmatic - Chapter Twenty5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He had nothing else to say. It was a firm, "No," and that was all I was going to get. It would take a whole lot of arguing to get him to change his mind, and a part of me wanted to just give up now; I wouldn't get my way. Yet the other part of methe stronger parttold me that I could definitely win this fight. Morty had a weakness, and that weakness was me. He would do anything to keep me here, I was sure, but I just needed to convince him that I didn't want to be here anymore.
"Fine. Break your promise," I said, sounding like a five-year-old. But if this was what it took to get him to help me, since I could not exorcise myself (and Silver couldn't even see me), then so be it. I rose to my feet, and Morty scrambled up beside me, looking horrified. Silver stood up beside him, waiting to be told what was happening. "I'll find a way to move on without you. Thank you for all your help thus far, Morty. I'll see you on the flip side."
I began to walk aw
Across the Sun - PrologueTo whom it may concern,Across the Sun - Prologue2 years ago in Romance More Like This
When I was a little girl, I dreamed of seeing the world and training the strongest Pokémon. I would watch television every night and stare at the screen with wide eyes, praying for the day that I could leave home. It is a rite of passage in our country, as you may or may not very well know, and it was one for which I felt ready for a long time.
My mother assured me that I could leave home when I turned sixteen, and she always kept her promises. On my sixteenth birthday, she gave me a bag and some running shoes and sent me off on my very own adventure. The local professor in my town gave me a rare Pokémon, a Torchic with which I was entrusted, and it became my duty to raise and care for that tiny creature.
Why do we do this? Why does our country insist that we teenagers leave home and roam the world without anyone to tell us where to go or who to talk to or who to trust? To bring us back? To make it so we always return when we realize that there are som