The Sanctuary, Part 5, Pokemon TF x4.The Sanctuary, Part 5, Pokémon TF x4.The Sanctuary, Part 5, Pokemon TF x4.2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Another day at the Sanctuary, as sixteen kids, each one turned into a Pokémon, continued their vacations.
This time, they've start a Pokémon battle tournament, Double Battling each other. The Tournament's just now reaching its finals: Dustin the Mawile and the Anthro Arbok vs. Leon the Riolu and Yukio the Buizel.
"Um... Before we begin... Why did you partner up with Arbok?" Leon asked.
"Like I wanted to be partnered up with this freak show. I am only taking him on, because he really wanted to be my partner in this." said Dustin
"Hey, what happened to 'wow! Your coil up and hypnotize trick is a win ticket'?" Arbok argued.
"I had to come up with some kind of strategy for you to do didn't I?" said Dustin.
"But you have to Agree, we ARE a good team... Right?" Arbok asked, the last word having hints of doubt and fear.
"Yeah, thought I do wish you were better to look at." Dustin said in a teasing manner. He did feel that a snake with
Born this wayThis was the big day; there was no turning back at this point. In about twelve minutes, and seven seconds, the big time was going to waiting.Born this way2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was almost time for the start of the fifth annual Song of Dreams glee competition finals. Over the course of five months, about hundred and twenty-two glee clubs and show choirs from around the country have been singing the best they could, competing in music challenges and either making it into the next round, or being eliminated from the contest. All this was for the chance to win $127,000 for their home town towards anything that town might need.
Now only seven groups remained, and representing Denver, Colorado was a very special group, one that not many thought could make in this far. A group that beat the odds, a group that had become a favorite to win, and it was a group of teenagers and kids.
These kids lived in a smaller neighborhood in Denver, one with a lot of younger residents, but lacking plenty of things. Finally having had enough