Deja vu - PrologueOther Pokemon are strange, are they not? I've been alive for longer than I care to figure out, and in that time there hasn't been a single one that I've felt I've truly known. I've gotten along with countless ones, engaged in meaningful conversation with many, worked alongside dozens, and shared my life with a small few. I've gotten a good impression of all of them, some impressions far more accurate than others, but at the very end, when all is said and done, I can't claim to truly know any of them. I know the stories they tell, the ways they live, and even how they think, but I never know the reason why for any of it. I have come very close on just a few occasions, but everyone goes away in the end, leaving me to live on, knowing them as no more than a well-known stranger.
I've decided long ago that I was tired of that inevitable chain of events, so I've decided to neglect showing fondness towards anyone. A rather cold decision, I will admit, but when you've l
Gunpowder Story 2.0An assortment of bird Pokemon could be heard chirping, the smell of breakfast had just begun to fill the air, and the sun had just started to poke it's smiling face from betwixt the clouds. This was a rather rare occurrence in Tao Village as of late, what with the arrival of all the snow. Still, it was a picturesque morning to everyone residing there. Or almost everyone, at least.Gunpowder Story 2.04 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The one displeased with such a morning was Gunpowder, a bitter and miserable soul trapped inside the body of a blue land-dwelling shark. The projection of the sun's rays into his cave were an alarm clock of sorts. Normally, he'd ignore it and sleep in, but.. well, actually, today was normal. As expected, he groaned and rolled over to face the dark side of his cave.
"Just five more minutes, aye..."
Gunpowder shot awake after a couple more hours of shut-eye thanks to a nightmare reminding him of a job he had to do. A job for PK. At the best of times, her and Gunpowder didn't get along, so when he me