Cheren~ Two Years Back “Ahh, the Swanna fly across the evening sky tinted orange with the setting sun.... It’s things like this-- this extraordinary beauty that makes my pure heart flutter like a free-willed Beautifly! Cheren, isn’t it that same for you?”
The buggy Gym Leader turned to me, his arms spread wide and face basking in the evening sun. I just couldn’t hold back the smile forming on my lips. Burgh had apparently gone looking for me, to offer his form of congratulations and advice for my becoming of a Gym Leader. Right now we were standing on Aspertia Lookout, and I was secretly enjoying how sidetracked my poetic friend could get.
Burgh, completely ignoring my lack of an answer, twirled around and started pacing, a look of foreign concentration on his features. “But-- one must take into account the tragic fact of Lenora’s resignation. She, as you know, was the organizer of the Unova World Leaders tournament. Without
Pokemon are our LightVolcarona, the shining sunPokemon are our Light1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
Gave the world light when it had none
And Rapidash, the flaming steed
Shouldered out weight with blazing speed
Absol, made of darkest night
Warned us of disaster’s might
As Excadrill, with claws of stone
Dug the tunnels to lead our own
And Dragonite, of legends told
Saved stranded sailors since the times of old
Celebi, the traveling maid
Spread peace to cease the restless blade
As Leavanny, in gracious green
Sewed clothes from leaves, the forest queen
And Shaymin, in both Sky and Land
Helped gratitude spread from hand to hand
Togekiss, through times old and gone
Flew to herald the coming dawn
The playful prince, young Manaphy
Connected hearts across the sea
Always, Pokémon have helped us survive
Sharing our shelter, our food, our lives
By our side, faithful and loyal
Doing their part in our ceaseless toil
So take time to thank them for all that they’ve done
For it hasn’t been always that we’ve seen the sun
The Legend of Black and White: a PoemThe Legend of Black and White: a Poem1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Twin dragons, twin heroes,with opposites alike
Betwixt truth and ideals; the black and the white
Both seeking the world to change with their might.
But a great war erupted, bringing the brothers divide
And the whole of Unova fell to ruin.
With the land lying in waste, the two dragons fought on
Guided by the brothers' brawn
While Unova pleaded for white flags to be drawn
But on the dragons fought, until they were gone
And retreated into the Light and Dark stones.
The heroes vanquished, Unova was left without aid
Towns to rebuild, with debts to be paid
But what better for their pride to be laid?
Though lives were taken, memories fade
Of the ambitions of two foolish rulers.
But mark my words, the legend lives on
Destined to continue some other dawn
Two new heroes will lay each pawn
The dragons again will rise, and choose to serve right or wrong
As the battle for the future of Unova begins afresh.
Now learn from this lesson, aye, don't be a fool
A coward to fight but proud to rule
Arms of the Angels: Chapter Two~ Foretelling Snowfall looked out over the decaying wasteland. It was as if all life had been torn from the earth. Blackened trees lay on the ground, torn up by the roots, foul-smelling smoke filled the once-blue sky, and everywhere she dared look, Pokémon were lying, sick, injured, and hopelessly miserable.Arms of the Angels: Chapter Two~ Foretelling11 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Who in the name of Lord Arceus could have the heart to do this? She thought, her heart going out to all the helpless creatures. Look at all these Pokémon. Their homes have all been destroyed, and it’s impossible to breathe in this smog. They never did anything.
The little Reshiram trudged over the burnt grass, staring in disbelief at the world around her. Her left footpaw struck upon a hard stone. Snowfall stumbled, but caught herself before she hit the ground by digging the claws at her wing-tips into the sickly-smelling dirt. Pushing herself up, she took a swipe at the rock, but missed. As always, her aim was poor. She picked it up and was about to chuck i
Grovyle: Dawn of a Thief Our story starts on a moonlit night, many, many years ago. Durallo the Grovyle Chieftain had been walking across the meadow, his three-clawed footpaws treading the grassy ground soundlessly. He had come far, and for all his years as the leader of a peaceful tribe of Grovyle, he was still in fit shape, yet wizened by time. Walking was his favourite pastime, though insignificant it may seem to some. He liked to tramp on, sometimes miles away from his peaceful home, because it gave him the time to think. To think about such things as life, death, and all in between was, to him, very entertaining. And at times he came to an answer, one that had been spelled out right in front of his snout seconds before, had he taken the time to notice. He was bound to come across an answer sometimes. And tonight’s answer showed itself a very strange way.Grovyle: Dawn of a Thief9 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
A human child, lying hurt in the thicket, caught his attention immediately. At first the Chieftain
Celebi's TeachingsIn my life I have learned many thingsCelebi's Teachings9 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
And I’ll share them if I may
Feel the autumn’s breeze, the changing leaves
And the beauty of the world each day
There was a time when I knew none of this
The world was without Time, in the dark
I knew not of the beauty of the fresh-fallen snow
Until my world lit up with a spark
I met someone, and determined he stood
To bring the world back into the light
He fought so very hard, against unfathomable odds
But knew the consequence of this fight
For if history was changed, those of the Past
Would be spared from merciless pain
But we, of the Future, would cease to exist
I decided, and thus on the line my life was lain
I fought for a future in which I had no place
If we succeeded I was destined to die
But after we’d won, I saw the rising sun
And now, of all times, I began to cry
I had given my life so that this world
Could live and be led by my wake
Hough my time was up, through my tears
For the first time I saw dawn break
Such a beauti
Pokemon World Terms, Slang, and Swearwords ReportArkeben: One of the three religions in the Pokémon world. It is the second most common, and very similar to Arkeon. The only difference is that Arkebens believe that humans did not start the Grand WarPokemon World Terms, Slang, and Swearwords Report11 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Arkeon: One of the three religions in the Pokémon world. Arkeon is the most common by a little. Arkuics believe in Arceus
Aroma Trainer: An Aroma Trainer is a person who raises only Grass-types
BattleBall: A popular sport alongside Boccer. A BattleBall game consists of a group of eighteen creatures and three teams. Three humans and three Pokémon are allowed for each side to be on the field at a time. The game is over when time runs out and one team has the most points
Bluecaps: Another name for Team Galactic Grunts, commonly used by those fighting against them
Boltling: A baby Electric-type
BTKO: Battles to the Knock Out is an acronym that is usually found on signs in Pokémon Centers and Doctor
Aura Guardian ReportAn Aura Guardian is classified as any person able to control and manipulate aura. They can do the following once trained in the ways of their ancestors:Aura Guardian Report2 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Read the emotions and thoughts of others
Slip into memories of other creatures
Sense the location of certain objects
Send thoughts to others
Use the attacks Aura Sphere, Force Palm, Bone Rush and Metal Claw
Send pain to another being or take the pain of another into themselves
Use aura to bring health to another; with great cost to themselves
Send the Spirit outside the body to explore in shades of Aura
Walk in the dreams of others
Being an Auroan has many downsides as well. They include:
Being prone to fever by receiving too many unwelcome emotions
Powers backlash when in danger
Targeted for centuries by those wanting to use the Auroan power for evil
There are several key points that are needed to know in order to fully understand Aura G
Pokemon Energy Report Life Energy, or Energy is:Pokemon Energy Report11 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
•The driving force behind all life on the Pokémon planet.
•The substance that powers all Pokémon’s moves and Abilities, regardless of the Type, size or form.
•The material that makes up Pokémon blood.
•A slivery-white liquid when taken outside the functioning body.
•Held in a small core in the chest area of all living creatures.
•Aura in all forms.
•When Energy is bled from a minor cut it can be seen to float away in small “bubbles,” which drift on the wind toward the sky and eventually dissolve.
•If the circumstances were to turn out that a creature could no longer be allowed to exist, they would be surrounded by these bubbles of Energy and be whisked off to the Spirit World.
•Energy from a creature can be drained and, by use of technology, used for personal gain. This is highly illegal, as it most often results in death of the creature.
•When a Pokémon, or any creature,
Arms of the Angels: Chap. One~ The Silver Deerling Snowfall never knew of her destiny. She never once thought, on her first cold, freezing nights in the snow-blown land, that she could rise up to become more of a hero than any other dragon in the chronicles of time. She wasn’t your usual hero. She wasn’t a great, sword-wielding warrior or the chief of a mighty army, nor was she the reckless challenger who dove into boiling waters in order to save another. No, she wasn’t any of that. What she did happen to be was a tiny, mewling, baby Reshiram in the frozen Northlands of the Pokémon world. But the one thing that set her apart from all other Pokémon, even those of her own species, was that she was, in fact, blind.Arms of the Angels: Chap. One~ The Silver Deerling11 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The dragons that ruled over the Land were of many kinds. Among these were the kind-hearted Latias and Latios, the strong-willed Haxorus, the valiant Flygon, and of course the Reshiram and Zekrom. Each of these last two were the actual descendants of the o
Sir Aaron's PeaceFrom the glittering stars aboveSir Aaron's Peace6 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
To the murky depths below
Across the fields of fragrant flowers
I watch compassion grow
But never have I seen a bond
In my centuries being a spirit
Than that of a boy who has my blood
Though he does not brag to wear it
Weaving down twisted paths of Dreams
As they sleep under starlit skies
I enter to say just one thing
That I never did before I died
This boy is brave—and stubborn too
A Guardian both by name and blood
Though he never knew me, I know him well
For many times I have seen him do good
He helped my apprentice learn his last lesson
Then fought to put things right
He doesn’t know I still watch his time
Beyond the world beyond sight
He was willing to give his life
Just as I did before
And I whisper “Thank you,” in his ear
As the moon shines over the starlit shore.
Pokemon: Paul's Story. Confessions to an Infernape(Note:If you want to see Paul break down crying and find out why he's so mean at the same time, you probably want to read this.)Pokemon: Paul's Story. Confessions to an Infernape2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was around midday at the Professor Oak Laboratory. The sun smiled lazily at the inhabitants of the building through the glass, which was painted colourfully with the hand and paw prints of starting Trainers and their Pokémon. Inside stood two lithe Infernape along with Professor Oak, a renowned Pokémon expert. A little Chimchar climbed nimbly up the male Infernape's shoulders and all around the tough Fire-type. Infernape smiled as it jumped down and into the Professor's arms. Then a familiar cold voice rang in its ears.
"Professor Oak. I'm back." Acting purely upon instinct and reflex, Infernape sprang and Mach Punched the intruder. The tall, purple-haired boy stuck his arm out in a matter of seconds to intercept it. The powerful punching attack came to a halt in the Trainer's palm. They broke away, Infernape wondering ast
Grovyle's Goodbye “Wait a minute,” whispered Grovyle the Thief to his partner. The girl tensed, looking out over Barren Bluff to find the source of the disturbance. Grovyle took a step away from the Passage of Time, which was glowing on a ledge on top of the cliff. “Something’s not right. Celebi, Juna, stay close.”Grovyle's Goodbye9 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
Juna tightened her grasp on the bag containing the Time Gears. “Grovyle,” she said in warning, “We can’t stay here. There’s too much at stake if we wait any longer.”
At first the Wood Gecko didn’t respond. Finally he raked the ground with a three-clawed footpaw and whispered, “Dusknoir.”
“Let’s go, then!” said the girl decisively. “There’s no point in waiting around for him to reach us.”
“No. Don’t.” On Celebi’s warning the other two turned
BW2~ Before it's too LatePart TwoBW2~ Before it's too Late1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
Find Ghetsis, thought Rosa. Gotta find Ghetsis. Silently she stole through Team Plasma’s icy ship as her friend Hue and his Emboar fought madly above decks to buy them time. She smirked as she came across the electric fences protecting the inner sanctum. Password protected, as locks always were.
“Well, this is easy enough,” she mumbled happily to herself. Opening the keypad, Rosa punched in the word “liberate,” guessing the result. One by one the fences deactivated with a slight sizzling sound. “Yes!” she cheered quietly, shaking her head at how thick Plasmans could be. “Really, ‘liberate,’ like anyone wouldn’t guess that on their first try.”
Rosa could see the green-glowing warp panels that led to different places on the ship. But something else was nagging her, something that had to be taken care of before she took a step further.
Taking a red-and-white
Pokemon Anime PoemsJust Waiting on a FriendPokemon Anime Poems9 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
Through blinding sun and blowing snow
I will wait for you
'Midst drowning rain and driving hail
I'll keep your word as true
The magic that binds me here
Keeps my faith in you alive
A hope stays lit inside my heart
Of which no one can deprive
But as I lie beside the fire, listening to the night
Somehow I know that it can't be true
But even though the years have gone, Master
I will wait for you.
Heroes: the Movie
Do not cry, little one
For it's not as you believe
Though he lives not under the sun
He stays inside of you and me
When the Soul Dew was forever lost
Your brother knew it was he to set the pace
Stop the wave no matter the cost
And take your father's place
Don't cry, my little friend
Don't cry your heart so sore
Please remember, this is not the end
You don't have to be invisible anymore.
Paul and Chimchar: Battle Dimension
Master, please tell me
What'd I do wrong
Your cold voice scolds me
Like I was not strong
But please! Will you listen?
I don't understa
Arms of the Angels Chap Nine: Quest for the Stone Rang and Eddy had been walking for several days now. The duo had made it out of the snowlands and were trekking ever onward toward the Eveyn Volcano, and the Houndoom-ridden lavalands. A brief skirmish with the Empoleon clan was about the only exciting thing that had happened over the travels to their new destination. But every step brought them closer to Reckshire territory.Arms of the Angels Chap Nine: Quest for the Stone5 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Rang wasn’t completely sure how the white dragons would react to a Zekrom passing through their territory. In fact, Rang had been ripped from his homeland by a Skarmory, who never succeeded in bringing him to the Reshiram kingdom. He doubted they would recognize him as the prince of a rival kingdom, but they were still bound for trouble. The Reshiram and Zekrom of the Lost Land were extremely hostile to the other. They seemed to always find fault in the other’s actions. This bickering was something that would tear the Land’s defense apart if the humans we
Arms of the Angels: Chapter Four~ New Beginnings Ranguvar the Zekrom sped away from the prison, an elated feeling of freedom coursing through his heart. His shoulder, where Clover the Shaymin was stationed, was a black blur along with the rest of Rang’s body as he flew at top speed away from the scene of the breakout.Arms of the Angels: Chapter Four~ New Beginnings10 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Clover’s voice, strangely thin, was just barely audible above the roaring of the wind over his ears.
“Rang! Just up ahead here—a couple leagues past that oasis right there—there’s a small wood. I know a Pokémon who can help us!”
Rang still didn’t trust the Shaymin after she had turned him in, but the benefit of the doubt stands to reason, so he complied. Spinning the motor in his tail to an even faster pace, Rang rushed up to the slowly-dispersing woodland, fully intent on traveling further, when it struck him.
A well-aimed Air Slash. Rang felt the attack make a jagged cut in his armour; he changed directions almost instantly and looke
PMD: Too Many Tears It was the fiery conclusion to a blazing summer's day. The sky was beautifully painted with a Smeargle's tail of fuchsia pinks, bloodred scarlet, with lavender hints surrounding the creamy white Togekiss wing clouds. I was walking wearily over to Sharpedo Bluff after a tiring day of rebuilding the destroyed town. The pink Explorer's bandana flapped at my still heaving chest, a symbol for my belonging to the Wigglytuff Guild. Beside me as always was my Exploration partner, Sandra, a lively Eevee who had been with me since I could first remember. We were covered in dirt stains, sawdust collected from cutting down trees, bruises of all kinds... Plus my ears were still ringing from the last time Loudred shouted, "TIIIIMBERRR!" before I blasted him with flame.PMD: Too Many Tears1 year ago in Romance More Like This
I smiled at the thought as we descended the ancient stone steps leading to the secret hideaway in the jaws of the sandstone Sharpedo. Sandra gave a happy yip and ran over to the jagged t
Arms of the Angels: Chapter Three~ Lost Prince Destiny is a strange beast. Many lives live within its chambers, twisting and turning, weaving together over the course of time to form the ultimate legend. Destiny doesn’t always follow a set path. I can imagine that I, too, would get bored of way things are planned to turn out, if I were in control of the fates of countless creatures. But the thing to ask oneself is not what we will become, but what we do when we get there. And sometimes all it takes is a single, hastily-made choice that can change the way the world is seen for eons to come.Arms of the Angels: Chapter Three~ Lost Prince10 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Ranguvar wasn’t a normal prince. He was an outcast, torn from his family at a young age by a cyclone that ripped through Mt. Kallika four moons ago. In the tempest Ranguvar had lost everything. Now, not only did he have no way of knowing where he could find his kin, he had lost all connection as the prince of the kingdom of Bellator, where dragons of immense strength held home. Like I said, he wasn’t your normal Zekr
Lostlorn Forest: Shadow of a Doubt Two years ago feels like yesterday. I remember it well. All my friends, my family, were abandoning our beloved forest, turning tail and fleeing like a pack of cowardly Patrat. But I was among the few who stayed. Even the forest outsider, a nice lady who fed us when there was no food to be found, had moved out as the predator moved in. Yes, the rumours were true. A Zoroark had come to Lostlorn Forest.Lostlorn Forest: Shadow of a Doubt1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
At first she came to hide her cubs, three troublesome little Zorua, from the prying eyes of hunters and poachers. But without as many Pokémon in the forest, Berries and fruit grew plentiful, and it became increasingly clear that the secluded wood was the perfect spot for her family.
As a Pansage, I am a mainly diurnal creature. So only being able to go out in the daytime wasn't a problem for me, as Dark-types are mostly night-based. But even in the daylight, I noticed that the f
Arms of the Angels: Chapter Seven~ Grief Snowfall... thought Ranguvar as he sat in the gloom. It’s too bad I never got to know you better.Arms of the Angels: Chapter Seven~ Grief6 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Zekrom looked around at the scene about him. The “Artificial” Pokémon had accumulated a good number of prisoners from their raids. Pokémon of some strength were smote over the head with promises of fortune and praise at the paws of the Humans, and those of wealthy status, along with those who resisted, were chained and carted off to wherever the Verse they were sending the young creatures. Ranguvar neither knew nor cared, as it was his vow to destroy the humans who had destroyed his friend.
The black dragon ground his teeth together, his green eyes set with some determined light as he thought of what he would do to the Artificials if given the chance. There were even whispers of something greater, a destroyer far beyond any recruit, but Rang just didn’t care. He would take out anyone standing in his way to get his revenge. It
Arms of the Angels: Chapter Five~ Journey “What did you just say?” asked Snowfall the Reshiram, raising a white eyebrow at her companion, her white coat seeming to glow in the gathering dark.Arms of the Angels: Chapter Five~ Journey10 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Ranguvar the Zekrom, confused but retaining his cocky manner, responded bluntly. “Well... I was just saying that you can’t fly, you know, because you’re blind.”
Whether Snowfall was affronted by the statement, Clover didn’t know. The Shaymin was seated on Snowfall’s shoulder, drinking in (and obviously enjoying) Rang’s complete cluelessness with female Pokémon. When it had been just herself and Rang, he competed with her to a fault, neither willing to admit loss. But with a Pokémon like Snowfall, Rang was, and this was plainly obvious to a girl’s perspective, smitten. But like all boys, he had an unusual way of showing it.
“Do you really think that? Because I will bet you that I can beat you in a flying race.”
Pokemon: Grovyle's Promise "We'll never make it!" I shouted to my one comrade as I took down another Sableye. "There are too many of them!"Pokemon: Grovyle's Promise2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Just keep trying!" Snow the Minccino panted back as she took on two of the foes at once. Coming to her rescue, I Quick Attacked one and Pounded the other. "Thanks," she said to me before launching back into the fray. Quick as a Thunderbolt, a Sableye latched itself onto my back while another readied Shadow Claw. But before he could I landed a heavy Rock Smash to his stomach, toppling him over backward. I then shook off the other and Pounded her with my tail 'til she was down for the count.
Then I heard the voice I hated immensely command in a disgustingly pleasant way, "A special reward to the Pokémon that knocks them out." This exited the Sableye greatly, and in their rush to attack us I was soon overwhelmed by the numbers and disappeared under the mass of the Fury Swiping Darkness Pokémon. Next thing I
.:PMD -Watch the Dawn- poem:.From the point I awoke.:PMD -Watch the Dawn- poem:.6 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
On this strange, open land
I knew not who I was
As I lied on the sand
But someone came to me
I rushed to her aid
And together our Team
Of two had been made
Searching up, searching down
We found no clue
To guide me to my past—who I was
Before my memory blew
Then, things got interesting
Changing every day
A prophecy? Disasters?
I knew not my way.
What I did know, frankly
Was that it was up to us
To lead the world to victory
And end distrust
But in the end, my choice
Was the toughest yet
And in my paws
Balanced regret and regret
I had to choose
Between my wonderful dream
That I had longed for, and hoped for
And fought to achieve
Or I could do the right thing
Go to the Tower of Time
And take my last breath
So that the sun would still shine
I chose to be brave
And walk my fate
While ridding the land
Of senseless hate
Sometimes I wonder
If I was right all along
But when I think that
I watch the dawn