CONTEST ENTRY: Mother MusharnaYouCONTEST ENTRY: Mother Musharna4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Who are you, and why did you come here?
Are you planning to capture me?
Please don't, I beg of you Mommy will be quite angry with you
And she'll punish you
Like she did all of the others who caught me
Including this one trainer
My Munna He's shown no sign of cheering up. He's been depressed every since I caught it last week. I don't know why; I've been really kind to it, as I have with all of my Pokémon, I've hugged it, fed it, gave it a home What am I doing wrong? I know it's not me Right? It was quite happy when I first encountered it, but he looked TERRIFIED when he saw me with a Pokéball. Maybe I should have left him alone. But, I caught him, so I'm going to try to make him as happy as I can.
It wasn't the trainer's fault
I was just sad for her
I knew something horrible was going to happen to her
She was such a kind person
Munna's been acting odd this week, and I th
Rune of Water - Chapter 1Between Rubys palms, the Pokeball burst open with a shining pulse of light.Rune of Water - Chapter 16 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Sapphire watched on, exhaustion finally claiming her. Everything that had happened
diving down to the seafloor
(and there we sealed them, for we feared them)
being caught between the titans struggle
(dare not claim those monsters, lest your soul be ruined)
training on Mirage Island
(even here where time runs strange, there is life)
watching Rayquaza force the trembling world to calm
(the Sky came down and parted Land and Sea)
had all ended here, was ending as she watched. Somewhere far away, Toro hissed in fear.
Sokay, Sapphire heard herself murmuring to her frightened partner. Sall over now. She laughed softly, despairingly, hopefully. The city that rose from the water was being claimed by the water Hoenn, seared and broken, would heal, but it would take hundreds of years befo
.::Deranged Pt. 1::.Part One.::Deranged Pt. 1::.4 years ago in Horror More Like This
My parents died when I was a little girl. That's probably the first thing I should mention. We owned a milk farm off in the countryside in Johto. It was a large patch of sunny meadow, our house taking up only a tiny portion of its space. I recall being a little girl and helping my mother milk the Miltank every morning. Well, it was more like my mother doing all the work while I ran around and goofed off. But it was still one of my better memories of my childhood.
One day, my parents went off to bring our famous milk into town ー and never came back. We had expected them home by at least dinner, with me hoping for a gift from the marketplace that I was usually brought. But six o'clock came and went with no sign of my beloved parents, so the maid that assisted in watching over me whisked me off to bed. I didn't know what had happened until I overheard our maid and farmhand talking about it in hushed voices the night after. A parched throat awoke me from a peaceful slumber.
CC Round One- pg. 2CC Round One- pg. 24 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The huge gray dog rose suddenly and leaned forward to knock Spoon completely over and pin him to the ground with one paw. Normally a dog with excellent balance, this being thrown to the ground was something Spoon was unaccustomed to, adding to his shock and disorientation.
"Oh, hey I see you're awake," he said in a slightly dazed voice.
"What was that about?!" The wolfhound snarled, black lips parting and teeth showing through the shaggy gray fur of her muzzle. From his peripheral vision Spoon could see two dogs lying nearby begin to stir. The larger of the two, a black and brown Kelpie-looking dog, lifted his head and poked the other, a reddish brown Irish terrier, awake, and the two circled around defensively (or curiously, on the terrier's part).
"Oh yeah, Beyra sent me to help wake everyone up. I'm supposed to "round them up" for the meeting," Spoon replied, reminded of his intentions for wandering the fairground in the first place.
At this the black and brown dog seemed to r
+Pokemon+ Not So AtrociousLEVEL FIVE+Pokemon+ Not So Atrocious6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Up. Going up. Why going up? Did not want go up. Wanted eat tasty thing. Tasty thing not so tasty. Now go up. Get caught by bird? That mean no go back to water ever. Want go back to water.
Want to survive.
Out of water. No bird. No fall back in water. Feels funny. Flop flop flop. Where water? What that thing? Thing take me out of water? Something goes away from thing. Now coming closer. Now bright light. Now very dark. But safe.
Is bright again. Back in water. Safe now? But do not want to swim away. Not know why. Thing there again, by water. Puts thing on my head. Why? Thing looking at two things. Two things fighting. No like fighting. Not strong. Bigger things win lots. Smaller things lose lots. Some no ever get chance to win. Small thing wins this time. Other thing goes away. Small thing goes to thing next to me. Feel stronger now. Not know why. But like. Like very much.
Me much stronger now. All thanks to big thing. Big thing called Naoko
EpilogueAs I floated through my dreams, I thought I heard an angels voice, guiding me away from the darkness and into the light.Epilogue7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I desperately wanted to waft in the darkness. At least the darkness held no pain.
The first indictor that I was not as quite dead as I had originally thought was the incessant beeping. The second was the pain.
The strong scent of cleaning products assaulted my nose. I fervently wished that I would drift back into the lulling peace of unconsciousness but the minutes dragged on, and I was still in the purgatory of the living. Reluctantly, I opened my eyes, blinking against the bright light.
Oh! Youre awake!
I whipped my head to the side, heart skipping a beat. The bright smile of a hospital nurse greeted me.
Youve had us worried! When they brought you here, you were just barely clinging to life we didnt know if you would pull through! She jotted a few things down on the clipboard in her arms. Ill go
AU Earth - Life in the 22nd CenturyIn an Alternate Universe, life on Earth is very different.AU Earth - Life in the 22nd Century3 years ago in Settings More Like This
In the middle of the 20th century, thousands of aliens arrived on earth, seeking refuge. As they were peaceful and promised advances in science and technology, they were welcomed. The aliens became known as the MTTs. Their great adaptability and respect and humility towards mankind helped the MTTs to quickly assimilate with human culture. With the help of the MTTs, mankind made huge leaps in developing new technologies and soon made their first ventures into space.
As the MTTs were integrated into life on Earth, the overall population of Earth started to grow fast, and the face of the world was altered greatly.
Life on 22nd Century Earth
Countries as such have disappeared. The entire Earth is now known as the United Republic of Earth and is controlled by a single government. The lines between different cultures and races are becoming increasingly blurred. There is only one currency, the United Earth Dollar, or UED.
MiSsInGnO wAnTs YoUMissingNo.MiSsInGnO wAnTs YoU4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
We all think of it as a CuRsE rIgHt?
I aM nOt A cUrSe!
I aM a ThInG oF B3$&5tY!@#
I had always heard about the mysterious MissingNo when I was growing up with Pokemon. I was curious about it, because I had never encountered it. I was about 10, and I was playing around with my new Action Replay. Seeing the MissingNo code, I was curious, and tried it out. My game froze. I never played the same game ever again- I restarted it. I don't trust MissingNo anymore...
It's been a few years now. I had done some research on this mysterious pokemon. MissingNo was originally a Marowak. The producers of the game had made Cubone become Marowak, and then made Marowak become Kangaskhan. But then they decided far too into the first game to not make that be the case, and tried to erase that Marowak. They didn't mean to, I think, but the ended up making MissingNo... That's why it evolved into Kangaskhan
Under the SeaThe seas were crying out to me. Crying out in terror, at her body being poisoned. I thundered through the waters swiftly until the beautiful sea turned purple, and a pungent smell filled my nose. It was so thick, it stung my eyes and invaded my mouth. I blinked away the sludge and stared out at the perpetrators. Humans. Why was I not surprised..? Dumping this poison into my lair.Under the Sea4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Instinct struck first, and so did I. I sunk my teeth into the leg of the human nearest to me and pulled him under. He screamed bubbles as the coppery taste of blood filled my mouth. I gathered speed and rocketed through the water and into the air, carrying the doomed human, who struggled uselessly. Others opened their mouths, some making no sound at all. The ones who did make sounds made high-pitched wails of their obvious distress.
Deeper I dove, before dashing the human against the rock walls. Bones cracked, blood leaked out and the human finally stopped his struggles, lying limp and broken. I let it go, wat
Creepypasta-Ferris WheelCreepypasta-Ferris Wheel4 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
By now, I'm sure you've played Black or White. You've marveled, or scoffed, at the new pokemon, beaten the gym leaders one after another, gasped at the plot.
You've been to Nimbasa City.
You rode the ferris wheel there with N, didn't you? If you were playing a girl, perhaps you giggled to yourself about N's rather flirtatious dialogue. It's such a cute scene. A few days later, maybe you returned to the ferris wheel, hoping for another ride with N, to find a trainer there instead. My first one was a waitress, who invited me to a battle, and then some girl talk. After you win against the trainer, you get to watch the animation of the ferris wheel again, and one half a conversation where they do all the talking and you, as usual, are silent. It's not N, but who would turn down a daily battle? You need to train your pokemon to the top after all, and every little bit helps.
Maybe you decide to go at night, once. You and I might be night owls together, staying up late glued to the
Ignorance is bliss.Ignorance is bliss.4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ignorance is bliss.
"All right. We haven't had much trouble so far. Let's continue on!"
A young female Cyndaquil smiled at her Riolu partner as the two adventurers steadily made their way through Mt. Avalanche, their footsteps making crunching sounds as they passed though the snow.
"Actually, I'm starting to get pretty hungry, Miku."
The Riolu frowned as he rubbed his paw over his belly and gave a soft whimper.
In response, Miku grabbed her bag and opened it, still walking forward.
"That's okay, Apollo. I'll just grab something for you real quick."
As she looked for something to eat, however, she did not pay any attention to where she walked. Before she knew it, something clicked underneath her feet.
"Oh no! Miku, watch out!"
Miku immediately stopped and looked around upon hearing her partner's voice.
It turned out that she had walked straight into a warp trap.
In another part of the dungeon, Miku landed face-first into the snow.
She let out a grunt of ann
Pokerus Gone WrongEntry 1: Mother told me to write in this journal every day that I'm in this rescue team thing. She said it might hold interesting stories that others would love to hear. Anyways, I joined the guild with my new partner. He's an Absol named Yin. I've never met him before, but after talking to him for a few hours at the guild, I think he's trustable. That's all I gotta report today.Pokerus Gone Wrong4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Entry 2: Yin and I got to go on our first mission today. It was really fun, and my partner is really strong and brave. I hope I don't slow him down.
Entry 3: Sentry duty today. It was interesting, as I have never done it before. I got in trouble for not knowing what Pokémon were what. I guess I should start studying footprints
Entry 4: Life at the guild is tough. I've noticed that over the past few days Yin has been getting slower and slower, even though he is leveling up like crazy and eating a lot. I sure hope he's okay
Entry 5: It's been over a month since I've started the guild.
SilenceSilenceSilence4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
There once was a mother who had lost her child. His name had been Zach, and he was only four years old when he disappeared into the Pinwheel forest. His mother was distraught and searched for him day and night for nearly twenty years. Her husband had left her, claiming he couldn't live with a woman stuck in the past. He told her that he missed Zach just as much as she did, but they both needed to move on. He'd been missing for twenty years, after all, and the man was lonely and sad. But the mother didn't pay any attention. She let him go without a word, only continued to stare out the window of her small apartment in Castelia city.
Her friends sometimes visited. They sat on the couch and watched her, sharing hushed words every so often. Many times they tried to draw her away from the window, but she would simply look at them, eyes glazed and far away, and say "No, I'll stay
pilot light //davespriteXjade//You suddenly remember what time it is and immediately rush to the window, hoping you aren't too late. You relax when you see her walk from the coffee shop next door. Good, you didn't miss her. She walks away from you, her hips swaying as she walks, long black hair tumbling past her shoulders. You're breathless, as usual. Seeing her always does that to you. She's just so goddamn beautiful.pilot light //davespriteXjade//3 years ago in Romance More Like This
You watch her from your spot until you can't see her anymore and sigh. God, you wish you can talk to her. But you can't. You're trapped inside your own home. Bro makes sure of that. He's usually a pretty easy-going guy, he lets you do whatever you want, as long as you never step foot outside the apartment. Ever.
Which sucks because it's the only thing you want to do.
You step away from the window and walk over to the shiny laptop Bro got you, and discover that the little crow Shimeji you downloaded are covering absolutely everything. Stupid brainless feathery assholes that you love for some reason. Yo
Reuniting the MeowrailsNepeta rubbed her eyes sleepily. Where was she? What in the world had happened? She blinked once, twice , three times without remembering anything. Then it all hit her in one large painful wave.Reuniting the Meowrails4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Gamzee finally sobering up, Equius revealing his feelings and trying to protect her. Her precious Morail...dying. She...She jumped out to avenge him but Gamzee had caught her wrist, breaking it with a sickening snap. She immediately, through green-tinged tears, felt her wrist. It moved fine and didn't hurt at all. Gamzee had beaten her, had made her bleed internally and she died painfully, though she died by her Morail's side.
She slowly and shakily stood up. Where was she? Looking around, She saw bushes and a small clearing. The faint smell of home drifted around Nepeta. Somewhere in between Aradia's, Equius's and her own hive. Equius used to play with them here...Though he mostly ignored Aradia.
Rustling on the other side of the clearing caught Nepeta's attention and she quietly focused on th
Love and VengeanceLove and Vengeance4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Fire engulfed my body, sending me to the ground. A Fire-Type Pokemon...curses. Despite my constitution, I cried out. She came to be before I even hit the ground. "STOP! STOP IT!"
I thrashed about on the ground, dousing the flames, but leaving my body charred. I was dirtied, hideous..
She cradled me in her arms, like she had done when I was a Snivy..my head resting against her shoulders.
"Stop..Stop! No more! Stop hurting my Pokemon!!" I looked over, seeing her Gothorita, her Cubchoo, her Gurdurr, her Leavanny and her Victini, all battered and bruised. My lower coils moved and rustled, showing my obvious annoyance.
She called for it to stop...She had called many times, begging for it to stop.
"NO!! NONONO!!" She shrieked. "It's okay, Naja...it's okay..I'm sorry, Naja. I should never have let this happen..it's all my fault." Her green eyes watered, and tears poured down her little cheeks, staining her breast.
I was enraged. How dare anyone make her cry...and over me!
"Serr." I comforted,
30. Hopeful Widow Rukario30. Hopeful Widow Rukario4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
With his back luxuriating in the burning sun while icy cold wind beat upon his front, the novelty of flying had quickly worn thin for Lucario. The bird he was riding on flew high above foreign places of every sort, ranging from cities and forests to plains and even an ocean. The large stretch of water quickly became the worst of these, as they were unable to set down for the night had had to fly for two days without rest.
Despite the varying scenery, the days passed very slowly, making Lucario wish he had brought something to read or at least someone interesting to talk to. The bird he was flying on insisted on keeping quiet as it would help him focus, and Lucario was not one to tempt fate and gravity by breaking this rule. Far beneath them there would occasionally be strangers in the shape of humans and Pokémon, looking up at them. His wounds from the battle with Zoroark had mostly healed by the fifth day, and so he silently hoped a trainer or wild Pokémon would pick a fight
Piplup's Love- CreepypastaMy first Pokemon game was HeartGold. I got it when I was nine, and at this point I was just looking for an excuse to get away from our Texas house and go to Target. I was quickly drawn into it. My starter was Chikorita, which I got because it was cute, but soon after learned that I was a bad choice. Grass Pokemon are not that strong.Piplup's Love- Creepypasta4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
So, after doing my research, I did my first hack. It made Chikorita pretty much invincible, and I loved the feeling of winning battle after battle without losing any PP or HP. It went on like this until I finally encountered Raikou. I couldn't, for the love of god, catch this thing. So, taking the easy way out, I entered a new hack. Now I had 900 Master Balls.
After that, I hacked whenever it got hard and frustrating. As you could guess, I goofed up the game pretty bad. The Kanto region wouldn't show on my map, and Suicune all but disappeared. Not wanting to delete my save file, I decided just to get a new game.
Thats how I ended up with Pokemon
Luca - Chapter 1 - A Rare Gift Part 1Luca - Chapter 1 - A Rare Gift Part 15 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Lady, Flamethrower!" I yelled in an attempt to end this long battle with a rather strange looking guy and his Lucario. He wore cloth clothes but they looked like they were from the middle ages.
"Water pulse." The man commanded without alarm, and the lucario threw his attack as if he'd already known what to do. Strangely though, the ball of water hit at my Ninetales' paws, and with how precise each of their moves had been I knew it couldn't have been a mistake. As the water attack impacted though I also knew the battle was over. Lady was worn out after the long fight, and even though the attack was grazing it was still a water type attack. The ball exploded into a short ranged wave of water. Though it wasn't a direct hit Lady was caught in the torrent, and tossed roughly at my feat with one last yelp as she was knocked out.
I quickly knelt to check her over and found she wasn't really hurt. She was just exhausted and that last hit was too much to weather. Satisfied she woul
A Peek to the Present -GamTav/GHBSum-A trembling could be felt in his skin, mirrored in my own. It was a tremor born of lust, the simple contact of my fingertips on his arm the cause of it. From relaxation to alert tension, his body responded in ways only youth and love allowed. From his inner arm to his bicep, from his bicep to shoulder, my hand roamed of its own accord, seeking more of his quivering, watching carefully as his sepia eyes hazed and dilated with adoration.A Peek to the Present -GamTav/GHBSum-3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The name came on a heated sigh, and despite my mind's cries of 'too soon, too soon', our lips were upon each other in a vaguely familiar dance. Pressure then lax, shift and turn, bumping noses with a whispering set of giggles. The steps were becoming second nature fast, given the frequent lessons under sun, moon, and rooftop. We were still young, innocent hearts in blossoming bodies. Breaking away was nearly painful, but we kept close, noses brushing as we pressed light noisy kisses upon one another's lips to keep the hurt at bay.
Book of DemonsIt was dark and cold in this room she sat in, all aside from the candles which laid around her in a circle. Her breathing was quiet but heavy. She had her eyes closed as she seemed to be in a deep trance. Her thoughts kept wanting to dwindle off, go towards distractions, but she pushed them back. She wanted to be focused.Book of Demons3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Once feeling completely relaxed, at least as much as she could have been, she opened her eyes. In front of her laid closed a book. It was old and tattered around its edges and appeared so delicate. She lifted her left hand and traced her fingers slowly and gently along its spine, feeling every bump, every tear, almost memorizing its features. She closed her eyes, almost euphoric from the touch as it made her feel empowered. Opening her eyes again, she reached to its mouth and wrapped the tips of her fingers around its edge then carefully pulled back its cover and a few sheets. The sound that escaped the book filled the empty room with its ripping and tearing at the dr
Victory Keep: Chapter 1Edgar stepped into a clearing and found a centaur suckling her child. He threw his hands over his eyes.Victory Keep: Chapter 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
'I am terribly sorry, madam!'
'It's all right.'
Her tone was scornful, but with better things to worry about, Edgar did not take it to heart. He uncovered his eyes. She was feeding the child like a mare, not a woman, so he felt no need for embarrassment. He stooped down a little, trying to determine the gender of the young one. As with foals, it was easy enough to tell.
'What a delightful little boy,' he said.
The mother smiled. 'Thank you.'
'Do you mind if I sit down here for a few minutes?'
'I am very tired.'
The centaur made no reply. She stood with arms folded and her back legs slightly apart, gazing out into the forest. Edgar was disappointed. The significance of the situation had not escaped him, and he hoped she would talk to him.
The first thing to do was find somewhere to