A Hero's WelcomeRed never slowed down. With him it was always a race against the world, a triathlon against time. He had no reason to look behind him, he only faced ahead. He was anxious to see what adventures lay ahead of him, not bothering to think back to the people he left behind that didn't make a significant impact, the adventures he already had. He wanted to see more, learn more. He wanted to experience all that the world had to offer, to continue growing stronger. He wanted, no, needed to feel strength surge through his veins like blood. If not for him, then for his Pokémon. If not for them, then for his friends and family. They were important to him, and he wants them to see that he is important, that he is strong.A Hero's Welcome5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Because something Red never does is forget. He sometimes goes off track, but he never loses his way. He knows his mom worries for him. He knows that Professor Oak expects great things from him. He knows that Pallet Town was, and always will be, his home. His sanctuary, his saf
Notes'I'm back!' the young woman called out, looking around the room. Her boyfriend was normally back by this time, but he was nowhere to be seen. 'Red?' Yellow put her things down and slowly walked forwards, head looking around.Notes3 years ago in Romance More Like This
As she walked forwards a little more, she noticed a small piece of paper stuck to the wall. Yellow detached it and silently read the words, which seemed to be written very carefully and neat.
Yellow looked at the note in confusion. She didn't feel hungry, so why was this note saying she was? Taking another glance at the paper, she noticed a small sentence underneath.
Seeing as this is your first one, I'll give you a hint. If you're hungry, where are you going to go?
'The fridge?' thought Yellow, looking over to the kitchen. She put the note back on the wall, and started to walk over to the kitchen. The young woman couldn't help but wonder why there was a note there. Was Red up to this? She smiled as she thought of him doing something li