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As the bright sun touched the horizon, the sky turned beautiful warm tones with hints of pink and purple. Flocks of taillow and pidgeys flew over and created a nice gust of wind which blew leaves to surround and comfort the two teenagers sitting on a bench.
"-But Nero, you want to be a gym leader, raise Pokemon to be strong, battle many other trainers- you have so many great goals you want to achieve. I don't have anything," said Mae with a heavy heart.
"Mae…" The light blue haired boy was concerned about his close childhood friend.
"What can I do, Nero? My parents, they want to sell Pokemon for money. Do you know how horrible that is? I love Pokemon, I want to raise and care for them. I don't want to use them for money like they do. All they care about is wealth. I can't make my parents happy. When I found my vulpix, my family was so disappointed that I didn't want to use her to battle with and earn money. I can't make myself nor anyone else happy."
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Mae Reed Bio
NEW DESIGN AS OF 2014... horrible anatomy.. LOL SORRY. She's shorter than Nero ;w; and Nero is shorter than Roy
Her hair stands tie in the back, making a Y shape, and where it meets, it's braided!
Name: Mae Reed
Age: 15 [new generation introduction age]
[However, we see her grow from a young child to an adult]
Mae is from a town called Littleroot. She has grown up there since birth. Everyone from the town knows her because of this- however, many other kids made fun of her. Mae was never interested in Pokemon. Her parents were successful and important "business" people. They would trade off Pokemon for a profit. They also ran several businesses across the region. Since her parents always had a busy schedule, Mae was mainly
The MeetingLoud bursts of laughter could be heard coming from within the Reed household. The giant mansion was well lit and the smell of baked goods and a delicious meal drifted in the air.The Meeting in General Fiction More Like This
“Mae, your father and I will be leaving for quite some time. You will be in the care of your grandparents now,” said a slender woman with dark shoulder length hair. She showed off the whites of perfect teeth. “Will you be okay, darling?”
Not even the quietest sound escaped from the timid young girl.
“Honey, your mother asked you a question, you should respond,” stated the gentlemen who sat across from the woman who spoke. He rubbed his freshly shaved face as he waited for a response.
“Maybe she’s just a little hurt about the situation,” a gentle voice said. It came from a beautifully aged woman who was cutting into freshly baked apple pie. “This is a lot to take in for her age. Darren had to deal with a similar situation when he was mu