Matthew's Trial Chapter 4Blessed are those who are persecuted.Matthew's Trial Chapter 42 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Veilstone city courthouse was a scene of frenetic activity as Jenna and the others approached. The area around the courthouse where Matthew would be tried was surrounded by reporters and news crews. It was the first time in history that a league champion had been tried for misconduct on their Pokemon's part and the media was drooling all over it like a Meowth with a Magikarp.
Jenna moaned loudly when she saw the huge number of reporters surrounding the courthouse. Bradley had warned her early on that her opponent would try to use the media coverage of the trial in an attempt to demonize Matthew publicly. It sickened Jenna that the media would use her and Matthew's plight as an excuse for a good story but that was just the way the world worked, she didn't have to like it, she just had to put up with it.
She idly looked over to her left side and was surprised to find Sam and Ace flying only a few meters away. In the background Bradle
Matthew's Trial Chapter 6A meeting of every Pokemon on Jenna's ranch was a rare occurrence. The meetings could only be called by the current leader of the ranch Pokemon, which in this case was Veruka, and were undertaken with the utmost seriousness. So when she had called a meeting the second she had arrived home without Matthew, everyone immediately knew that something had gone horribly wrong.Matthew's Trial Chapter 62 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As soon as Jenna had arrived home she had immediately gone off to her room to be alone. Ina had been about to go and comfort her friend when Zorro had suddenly shown up horribly wounded. Ina had immediately taken him to her lab to treat his wounds while Sam and Luke took over Jenna's chores. Once all the Pokemon had been fed and Ross had been given his meds they went to see if they could offer Jenna some measure of solace after what had happened. This left all the Pokemon on the ranch, including Sam's and Luke's Pokemon, free to discuss what had happened.
As Veruka looked over the dozens of faces before her she felt her
What Makes Home, HomeWhat Makes Home, HomeWhat Makes Home, Home2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a rare, quiet, and peaceful day. No work to do, reports to fill or file, not even one client to see. It was an odd feeling, not having anything to really do, but one I had grown used to other the last few weeks. Thorn sorry, Rose, had become an amazing help ever since she got to hold her own Pokemon in her hands.
It was a cool, warm day with none of the regular distractions at the time. (It's such a nice day ) I thought from my work bench. I shook my head and went back to work. I had to finish today or I'd never hear the end of it. As it was I couldn't enjoy the day just yet
("Hey Master.") a familiar voice said as its owner walked into the room behind me.
"Hey there Mia. Something the matter?" I replied, my attention still on my work.
("Does something have to be wrong for me to say hi?") she joked from where she stood, giving me a tired look from below me. I couldn't help myself and smiled.
"I guess I'm just not used to ever seeing
Ghostly AttractionGhostly Attraction3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a quiet Autumn day in the Hoenn region as various flying Pokemon flew about the sky enjoying the warm weather. The woods were alive with life as Pokemon prepared for the colder winter months to come, collecting food and preparing their nests for hibernation.
Sam Kellner took all of this in at a glance, his dark blue eyes sweeping across the landscape before stopping on a small gap in the foliage that lined the path he was walking on. He was an imposing figure standing well over two meters tall with short cut brown hair and a flaming red goatee on his chin. Standing next to him was a large male Sceptile with a scar across it's left eye. Walking along on his other side was a large Umbreon with a sash wrapped around the top of his head and a barely visible scar on his right shoulder.
To the casual observer they were a strange group, but to those who truly knew them they were closer than just trainer and Pokemon. They were a tight knit family that would never abandon each other.